Arizona Groups Calling For CEMEX Boycott

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Posted by Arizona Resistance

Commentary: This email was sent to me last week. Although the buyout occurred early last year, it’s surprising how many Americans are unaware of it. I guess it’s just another example of the crumbling of America that the mainstream media propagandists were told you didn’t need to know about.

I encourage you to click on the links provided below. You will see maps and “doing business as” names all over the country that are CEMEX owned. Chances are if you have had a cement truck out to your house or jobsite in the last year, the money you paid for it went straight to Mexico.

I know one small concrete plant in my area that only has a few trucks. Because they’re NOT owned by CEMEX, I can tell you I will do all I can to see that they get a whole lot busier.

Cemex, a huge Mexican owned company which manufactures, concrete, cement, asphalt, and concrete pipe, has bought out the Rinker Group and is now one of the largest suppliers in the world. This aquisition resulted from a hostile takeover and gives Cemex over 100 locations in Arizona alone.

A Mexican company is now the largest supplier of ready mix concrete and cement in the USA !!

Our global economy at it’s best. Thank you Global George and your CFR friends !!

See article:
http://www.concreteconstruction.net/industry-news.asp?sectionID=718&articleID=512442

Now we find out, from a very reliable source who lives on the Arizona border and is employed in this industry, that Cemex will not allow any of its locations to bid on any construction project which relates to border security on the Arizona/Mexico border !!

Could this practice be a result of pressure from a Mexican government doing its best to ensure the easiest possible access for millions of illegal aliens streaming across the border into Arizona?

Could it be the influence of the Gulf Drug Cartel, which is also based in Monterrey, Mexico? Certainly they have the money, power, and incentive to interfere with our efforts to secure the border.

Whatever the reason, it certainly will have the approval of John McCain. That lying worm.

This practice is wrong and needs to be exposed. Cemex belongs at the very top of all boycott lists.

Look at all their locations in Arizona alone:
http://www.rinkermaterials.com/locations/States/locnST_AZ.shtml

While you’re there, take a look at Florida. The profit from every sale they make goes back to the elite in Mexico who could care less about their working class, and we keep hearing how poor Mexico is.

Please pass this on and encourage a boycott of these Reconquista invaders.

Danny Smith

American Freedom Riders

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5 Responses to “Arizona Groups Calling For CEMEX Boycott”

  1. arealpatriot Says:

    This is just the tip of the “iceberg” as one would say. I work for a locally AMERICAN owned concrete company here in the Phoenix area, and Cemex is known for underbidding large jobs just so they can take them away from the American-owned companies. Even if they loose large sums of money on them.
    Companies like Cemex are part of the reason that our economy is so bad because they funnel all profits to Mexico, while taling work away from American companies.
    My company does many of the border security jobs and I am happy for that.
    We are all hoping that Cemex just goes out of business in the USA and goes away soon. We all will be better off for it!

  2. First of all let me just say that I believe border security (especially in southern Az) is a very important issue and I hope we do anything and everything we can within the law to enforce the laws of this country when it comes to immigration. However, when you talk about this boycott I just have to wonder if you are planning on boycotting SRMG and Az Portland CEMENT CO.? These are two huge(if not the biggest) powder cement plants in Az and guess who they supply an enormous ENORMOUS! amount of powder cement to! Yeah thats right! CEMEX! so I’m just curious if you plan on boycotting them too! Or what about Chemical Lime Co. In Nelson/Peach Springs Az who supplies cemex with lime? Are you going to boycott them too? I dont like the idea of billions and billions of dollars that are being made in America going to mexico either but it’s not all going there. Cemex is a “Global” company there are Cemex facilities all over the world and I know that there are alot of people who depend on Cemex to keep a little change in their bank accounts…myself included! so not only would a statewide or nationwide or yes even a global boycott of Cemex put thousands of Cemex employees and sub-contractors in one hell of a bind it would do long lasting harm to the economy…Just think what it would be like in the state of Az ( a state who’s construction market was booming like nowhere else the last 2 decades) if there was a boycott and Cemex was out…SRMG was out etc. what then? not only are we going through a recession but now when the time comes to boom again Az cant do it! why? Well we cant do it because a bunch of Az citizens think there is a difference between the U.S. selling Coca Cola globaly… And Mexico running a Redimix company in the states! what the difference? Please tell me….Also it may help you to know that in 2007 I personaly hauled aprox. 375 tons of sand and rock down to one of the border security jobs in Naco Az…Ill give you one guess where the material came from! I should also tell you that I wasnt the only truck my company sent down there, there were thousands of tons of material a week being moved down to the Naco job. I really don’t know what else to say I mean now that it is known that I am a truck driver the chances that you are still reading this is pretty slim…Anyway that was my 2 cents!

  3. arealpatriot Says:

    The only reason that Cemex is still in business is because they have
    the mexican drug cartel money behind them. Any American company that is using
    them is supporting the mexican drug cartels and should be boycotted and this is
    a big list.
    Pulte Homes, Sundt Construction, Kewiet Construction and many others.
    As Americans we must boycott any companies that continue to use Cemex.
    Cemex is bad for our economy and is a direct cause of our economy to
    fall apart.

  4. arealpatriot Says:

    TAKE ACTION BOYCOTT CEMEX

    Cemex, a huge Mexican owned company which manufactures, concrete,
    cement, asphalt, and concrete pipe, has bought out the Rinker Group
    and is now one of the largest suppliers in the world. The acquisition
    resulted from a hostile takeover and gives Cemex over 100 locations
    in Arizona alone.

    A Mexican company is now the largest supplier of ready mix concrete
    and cement in the USA !! Our global economy at it’s best. Thank you
    Global George and your CFR friends !!

    See article: Cement Giant Cemex Buys Rinker for $15.3 Billion

    Now we find out, from a very reliable source who lives on the Arizona
    border and is employed in this industry, that

    Cemex will not allow any of its locations to bid on any construction
    project which relates to border security on the Arizona/Mexico
    border !!

    Could this practice be a result of pressure from a Mexican government
    doing its best to ensure the easiest possible access for millions of
    illegal aliens streaming across the border into Arizona?

    Could it be the influence of the Gulf Drug Cartel, which is also
    based in Monterrey, Mexico? Certainly they have the money, power, and
    incentive to interfere with our efforts to secure the border.

    Whatever the reason, it certainly will have the approval of John
    McCain. That lying worm.

    This practice is wrong and needs to be exposed. Cemex belongs at the
    very top of all boycott lists.

    Look at all their locations in Arizona alone: Rinker Materials
    Locations – Arizona While you’re there, take a look at Florida. The
    profit from every sale they make goes back to the elite in Mexico who
    could care less about their working class, and we keep hearing how
    poor Mexico is.

    Please pass this on and encourage all!

  5. arealpatriot Says:

    Sorry-the above post is a bit of a repeat of you original post.

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