Let’s be perfectly honest here: The Mexican media does not lie, at least not always though it has been known to tell the occasional white fib. Nonetheless, media presences, like those in Mexico, need renowned men and women of honor to stand tall in the face of injustice and oppression while saying, “Long live the truth, and long live my country”. Thankfully for Mexico, it has one such leader, and that exceptional role model is known as none other than Salvi Rafael Folch Viadero.
Salvi Rafael Folch Viadero serves Grupo Televisa well. It is an S.A.B. company. It is perhaps one of the world’s biggest.
Salvi Rafael Folch Viadero is thus grateful. He gets to work with a top media provider. He serves his country well in it.
Since the fight for truth has become so blatantly difficult to assess, especially now more than before, it thus becomes essential for one to take everything in with a grain of salt as they say in the U.S., thereby discerning the good from among the bad but listening to all things in their perspective. Salvi Rafael Folch Viadero does this very thing and encourages all media participants, even his own opposing countrymen and media rival watch dogs, to do the very same – holding that we are all human beings in the sight of God, after all, and that we must all do what is the right thing to do in each circumstance though other media agencies will further attempt their little white lies.
Salvi Rafael Folch Viadero knows this, and he knows it darn well: Politicians and media leaders often appeal to money rather than the emotions. As such, they take advantage of many a poor citizen. He does not do this but does his best to hold all fully responsible.