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  1. #46
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    You seem to have a very clear understanding of my motives- except that I do not intend to kill anyone or anything, I just want to go on an adventure and find the Lost Aztec Gold and undercover one of the world's greatest secrets. And I understand the risks but I am young (18) and my spirit cannot be broken through threats. In fact the human spirit should never be underestimated, it is one of the hardest things to break, and mine is no different. Just to clarify a few points, what is the actual name of your local village, does it happen to be in the state of Michoacan (think I spelt it wrong) ??

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    And when you say pack of dogs, how many dogs are we talking

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    Threats? You are the one who made threats. You said you'd come in here, in spite of hostile dogs and bullets, and you WOULD take out what was there, even if it meant violating Mexican law and private property rights including mine.

    Oh, excuse me. You and your team. How could I forget the team?

    All I did was tell you in very technical terms what happens to people who try stuff like that, here. No threat. Just standard farmers protecting their property with some local police work.

    Thanks for letting us know you are 18. I'd have guessed primary school.

    And, no, you don't understand the risks. If you did you wouldn't be telling us that you would get the treasure out in spite of bullets and hostile dogs. And, you would know the difference between threats and textbook police work in Mexico.

    So, living in GB, where did you learn to shoot, dude? They don't let you guys have guns. Video games?

    >>I do not intend to kill anyone or anything, I just want to go on an adventure and find the Lost Aztec Gold and undercover one of the world's greatest secrets

    So does everyone else, dude. We have a man on this URL who also has reason to believe he lives near a large amount of treasure, though not Moctezuma's treasure. He also simply cannot go there because he well knows bad things will happen to him if he tries it.

    And, how on earth can you get past bullets and hostile dogs without shooting back? Superman was fiction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by youcefkouidri1 View Post
    And when you say pack of dogs, how many dogs are we talking
    Hee, hee. Nothing stops you, does it? I thought you just said you understood the risks. As far as exactly how many dogs, you will have to come to find out, won't you?

    I did give you a clue when I told you one of the toughest men in the village won't go there in broad daylight. Use your clues, man. Er, boy.

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    You see, dude, if you really understood the risks, you would know what the dog issue is like in rural Mexico. You live in a childish dream world with no contact with reality, imagining what Mexico might be like instead of what it is like.

    Every year, foreigners who view Mexicans as dumb tequila sippers lying under a cactus come down here for one thing or another, and end up in a Mexican prison. No a/c. No heat. Not a good way to spend the next 5 years of your life.
    Last edited by piegrande; Sep 16, 2014 at 09:52 AM.

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    Also, you come right out and ask me to tell you the name of my village, though I have said I am not going to tell you. And, after your open threats to come in despite Mexican laws and private property rights, I am going to tell you? What are you using, dude? A lot of us would like some.

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    And that is exactly why the treasure has never been found, because people are scared of the consequences and risks of trying to find it. And yes I could die, but that is exactly the risk I am willing to take. As to how I intend to carry out my plan, well you will have to find out. In fact I may well be seeing you again. And as for shooting, it is true that I have never owned a gun and don't intend to use one. There are many other and more effective ways of operating than using a gun whose sound will draw attention to your position for miles around.
    And when you mention bad things (e.g. torture, decapitation, being killed etc) I know exactly what you mean. However I am a unstoppable force, lets find out what happens when I meet an immoveable object!

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    And yes it is my dream to find the treasure, and I won't just turn my back on it

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    Our high school students in the USA are also being taught the same nonsense. Do not let anyone stifle your dreams. If you dream it, you can do it.

    Now you accuse us of cowardice.

    No, I don't necessarily think you will be killed. First, don't think you will ever make a serious expedition to Mexico seeking gold. You have no grasp of reality.

    And, also if you do come out here, you won't be killed. It could happen, I suppose, but more likely you will spend many years in an unheated uncooled pig pen. And, by the end of the second day in that pig pen, you the mighty hero with the unbreakable spirit will be crying yourself to sleep.

    As far as I can tell you haven't ever paid your own rent; bought your own food; bought your own car; or done much of anything. Another spoiled 18 year old living off Mommy and Daddy, who imagines he can rule the world if he simply avoids negative thoughts and fear.

    By the way, you don't need a gun to call attention to your position. That pack of dogs will let the people with guns know you are there.

    Big Talker.

    You claim to know other ways to do things without guns. Have you actually been taught how to kill without guns? I was, long before you were born. So, were the other people on here who know where treasure is, but realize they can't go there because of many other people who are going to stop them. The folks you are accusing of cowardice.

    I think you are suffering from a thing called soplisism, not sure of spelling. That is when a person thinks they are the only human, and everyone else is just a stage prop in their life. As you imagine you can get past entire military and police forces and do what you want there are hundreds of people who will be there with guns to stop you. Grow up.
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    Your criticisms are meaningless. I can and I will. And when I am sitting on top of a pile of gold I will make sure that I send you a picture.

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    Ohhhhhhh, when you say our high school students in the USA you sound like that is a reference to the fact that you live in the USA, along with other things I have picked up. Is the location you speak off actually in the USA (SW) and that is why you have consistently written it off as a location?? because you want it to be kept a secret. I thought you were from mexico

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    Sounds like this might be a good new thread since this one is supposed to be about Montezuma leads in Colorado.
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    Randy tell me about it.....this guy consistently slagged off the SW USA as a possible site......it just so happens that the area he speaks so highly off is actually located in SW USA. I m working on it as well- I don't know for sure yet!

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    Gentleman if you resort to 'Threats & Name calling this thread will disappear faster than gold. Comprende?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tnmountains View Post
    Gentleman if you resort to 'Threats & Name calling this thread will disappear faster than gold. Comprende?
    Thank you
    Could you please do that? He has openly threatened to come here in clear violation of Mexican law and private property rights. That alone should be enough to dump this thread or at least his part of it. Thank you.

    I threatened absolutely nothing. I simply told him what would happen if he did that, and none of it would be by my hand (except blocking my driveway). Nothing but standard Mexican property owner defending his property and standard Mexican police work in such cases.

    Just like telling someone what would happen if he drives way over the speed limit on the highways.

    If you don't want to do that, can you go back to where he stated he would come in spite of bullets and hostile dogs, and delete that and all after that?

    I have some more information, but will take Randy's advice and put it on a new thread.

 

 
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