Imperialist agreements not only condemn the workers of Mexico rather they do it to all workers of the world. The main contradiction of the epoch is that one existing between labor and capital. The fact that Mexico is a dependant country does not render void the fact that there are national monopolies that are exporting capital, such is the case of CEMEX, TELMEX, Televisa, Grupo Elektra, Televisión Azteca, citing a few, and these have beneficiated from NAFTA.
In fact these monopoly groups in tune with the North American are suggesting –in open rejection to the dogmas that they praised in the 90’s when they beneficiated from the privatization of the state section of the economy- that state intervention is required; that is how it was analyzed by the Central Committee of the Party of the Communist:
“..it is important to go to the bottom of the question of our class position and our Marxist-Leninist ideology and to unmask any intent of capitalist way out of the situation, even if it resorts to a humane façade, to ways out intended to present to us a capitalism with human appearance.
As communist we have clear that the actual crisis is the manifestation of unavoidable contradictions in the capitalist production mode and that due to all its characteristics it is a crisis of overproduction and over accumulation that covers the whole of the world capitalist system. We will not make any concessions to the approach that a Neo Keynesian reform is possible. It’s our job in this period to have as aim the socialist revolution, working in that only sense, opening true perspectives to the working class and to the peoples.
In the chaos scapegoats are looked for, and its own creators sit neoliberalism in the dock; because of necessity they have to stomp on arguments that two decades ago they presented as theend of ideologies, as the non plus-ultra of freedom and democracy. The wheel of history inexorably charges its vengeance, two decades in the clock of history are merely a second and the triumphant neoliberal discourse today is barely a fetid and unburied discourse; one again the state fattens, it get overweight, in a desperate maneuver to escape from total bankruptcy. Again the great mass media worship the State and the protectionist discourse is reborn. Privatization cedes its place to state-owned companies. But that generates very dangerous illusions, fed by social democracy, that consider progressive measures adopted by Bush and now by Obama, betting on a capitalist reform that would show a new welfare state.”
Two centuries of struggle for Independence: socialism is the perspective
In the X International Meeting of Communist and Workers Parties effected in Sao Paulo some of the present parties approved a declaration Regarding the bi-century of the independence in Latin America and the Caribbean that indicated the struggle against colonialism specially Spanish one. It highlights the task raised by the Conference of Communist and Workers Parties in Latin America that took place in Habana in 1975 on the quest for a second and definite independence.
The liberating processes of the 20th century, from the Mexican Revolution of 1910 and the Cuban Revolution of 1959 frame actual processes in the dialectics of anti-imperialism and socialist revolution. Other ways whatsoever despite the liberating aspects would end up recompose the domination of the exploiting classes. The Mexican Revolution is an example of this since it lays out the following question: ¿What sense does it have that the State controls 70% of the economy if this State is bourgeois?
The Great Socialist Revolution of October had the merit of breaking the ice, of showing the way. It opened the epoch of transition from capitalism to communism. Today it is impossible to separate the tasks of economical emancipation of dependant countries without placing the question of political power conquering by the working class and the construction of socialist society, which has as a premise communist parties and Marxism-Leninism ideology of the vanguard class in the present epoch.
* Marco Vinicio Dávila Juárez is director of El Comunista, central organ of the Central Committee Mexican Communist Party of the Communists
 La Crisis del capitalismo y las tareas de los comunistas en México. Mimeographed edition of the Central Committee of the Party of the Communist; March 2009
 Lenin, Vladimir Ilich; Selected Works in 12 Tomes; Progress Editorial; Moscow; Page 459
 The important role played by the Mexican indigenous and peasant’s rebellion against NAFTA shouldn’t be ignored, exactly on the day that it became valid on January 1st of 1994. Organized in Chiapas in the Mexican Southeast by the EZLN, the armed uprising expressed with crudeness that the imperialist agreement was a death sentence for the indigenous peoples.
 It is well known that capitalism is no longer in the free competition phase, which historically belongs to the past.
 Recently a new military base in Colombia, that of Palanquero, that of course is aimed to continue the bloody war against that brother country and its revolutionary forces, but that reaches the Andes area, the Caribbean and Central America. By the way, among other things, it confirms that the North American president continues the same route that his predecessors. Obama also ratified all the resources promised by Bush to the Merida Initiative, discrediting the opportunist Mexican left that talked about a new era and that enthusiastically saluted the election of the North American democrat.
 Among many other the academic John Saxe-Fernandez in a study with the same name, where he documents that NAFTA means for Mexico the annexation, that would complete the expansion started with the violent war of 1847 against Mexico, prior to the masked annexation of Texas and the acquisition of other territories as Louisiana. In his book La compra-venta de México he says: “For the United States the Louisiana purchase and the Treaty of Guadalupe of 1848 were crucial in its rise as continental, hemispheric and international power by the geographical dimensions of the territories and the mineral, then after Hydrocarbon, resources that nature had so generously laid within them.”
 It is curious that the government and the bourgeoisie have mounted a propaganda campaign alerting that the North American crisis won’ affect us, and that any negative effect in the economy would be result of provocative groups specialized in sabotaging. After they said that it was just “a petty cold” and now they have said it is a “big hole”, “tsunami”, “shock”, “earthquake”, etc.
 As general minimum wage has received a rise of 12.6%, the prices of edibles, meanwhile, have raised up to 339.4%, this is the case of green bean, chicken has received a rise of 243.4%, oil 107.7%, rice 139%, salt 77.2%, white bread 53%, tortilla 42.8%, wheat flour 54.4%, beans 35.5% and eggs 49.8%.
 The crisis of capitalism and the tasks of the communist in Mexico. Mimeographed edition of the Central Committee of the Party of The Communist; March 2009
 10° Encontro Internacional de Partidos Comunistas e Operários; Edited by the PCdoB; p. 48