Tijuana bishop denounces “educational” songs that exalt drug traffickers

.- Bishop Rafael Romo Muñoz of Tijuana, Mexico, is denouncing the inclusion of songs that exalt drug trafficking in textbooks promoted by Secretariat of Public Education. Bishop Muñoz said the songs demonstrate that “today everything is possible, and that regardless of the consequences, we should be ‘pluralistic’ and be open to everyone that violates the law.”

“And then we cry about the consequences, and we can’t bear the deaths that result from drug trafficking, and yet we want to allow drug traffickers to be praised, to be made into idols and heroes, and this shouldn’t be,” the bishop added.


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