Mexico is for drug traffickers and violence, not mariachis: FaitelsonMediotiempo
For many foreigners, Mexico is synonymous with fiesta, mariachi and tequilabut according to david faitelsonwho was in Qatar for a couple of months to cover the World Cup, the current image of the country in the rest of the world it has to do with violence, insecurity and drug traffickingAs an example, what recently happened with Ovidio Guzmán in Culiacán.
Not long ago, some Argentines mocked Mexico describing it as a “country of shit” due to the viral images of the drug blockades and attacks after the arrest of the son of Chapo Guzmán. Regarding this and with his work experience in the Middle East, Faitelson assured that the image of Mexico is badly damaged.
“I have spent two months outside the country, in different cities, cultures, religions. I am afraid to tell you that “the fame” of Mexico from being a country of joy, beaches, music, beer and a vast culture have changed for the image of a nation of drug traffickers and war“, published the communicator on Twitter.
David Faitelson does not live in Mexico
Faitelson’s views are always polarizing, and this was no exception. Some users shared his feelings about the sad situation of the country in terms of drug trafficking and organized crime, although many others criticized him for “live in a bubble” if it took two months to go to another part of the world to realize the crisis of violence.
Not only that, there were those who remembered that David Faitelson does not live in Mexicosince the driver has been living in the United States for more than a decade, from his early years at ESPN in Bristol, Connecticut, and now residing in Californiafrom where he regularly travels to Mexico to intervene in person in some television programs.
2 months? You haven’t lived in Mexico for years
— Oscar Velazquez (@oscarivaneitor1) January 8, 2023
Let’s remember that Mexico will host the 2026 FIFA World Cup and it is precisely violence, corruption and drug trafficking some of the issues that most concern to the rector of world soccer for its maximum fair, which will also be organized by Canada and the United States together with the Aztec nation.