But because the last events in my contry gave me a reason to post about something very important.
Sorry I can't explain it on japanese, but my japanese skills are still really low.
This article cames from Wikipedia:
On September 26, 2014, 43 male students from the Raúl Isidro Burgos Rural Teachers' College of Ayotzinapa went missing in Iguala, Guerrero, Mexico. According to official reports, they had travelled to Iguala that day to hold a protest against what they considered to be discriminatory hiring and funding practices by the Mexican government. During the journey local police intercepted them and a confrontation ensued. Details of what happened during and after the clash remain unclear, but the official investigation concluded that once the students were in custody, they were handed over to the local Guerreros Unidos ("United Warriors") crime syndicate and presumably killed.
Mexican authorities believe Iguala's mayor, José Luis Abarca Velázquez, and his wife María de los Ángeles Pineda Villa to be the probable masterminds of the abduction. Both of them fled after the incident, along with the town's police chief, Felipe Flores Velásquez. The couple were arrested about a month later in Mexico City. The events also led to attacks on government buildings, and the resignation of the Governor of Guerrero, Ángel Aguirre Rivero, in the face of statewide protests. The mass kidnapping of the students arguably became the biggest political and public security scandal Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto had faced during his administration. It led to nationwide protests, particularly in the state of Guerrero and Mexico City, and international condemnation.
On November 7, 2014, the Mexican Attorney General Jesús Murillo Karam gave a press conference in which he announced that several plastic bags containing human remains, possibly those of the missing students, had been found by a river in Cocula, Guerrero. He said that 74 suspects had been arrested, including members of Guerreros Unidos who had confessed to killing the students and disposing of their remains. Investigations are underway to identify the remains.
The sad thing is that these students came from rural, poor communities, and were preparing to become rural teachers. They just wanted to protest against government and that was the only reason they were probably killed. The sad truth is that when you disappear in Mexico, you're are probably dead. The nation is crying at the side of the student's parents and are speaking about finding the truth, why did this happened. People wants the president to give explanations and to quit his charge because they think he knew about the planned killings.
Then, in social media we were informed that in support of the disappeared students we should have marchs all around the country, wear black clothes and protest at the cities' centers on November 20th. The biggest one happened at the Zocalo (Plaza) in Mexico City. During the night things started to get dangerous. Some people organized the burning of a doll that looked like the president Peña Nieto and then they threw things like molotov bombs and fighted with the police. It's just because we are so tired of crime here, everyday, every year.
The protest went out of proportions.
I know it´s hard to understand, but my country is pretty bad right now. I don't know if we need a revolution, more protests, to change the government completely, but this won't get better for several years, until crime linked to politics will completely disappear from here. I hope it will happens someday soon.