Salvador Borrego

Borrego Salvador Escalante ( Mexico City , 24 of April of 1915 ) is a journalist and writer Mexican , leading exponent of historical revisionism about the Holocaust of Nazi Germany in their country. 1 He was technical director of 37 newspapers and founding director of several of them. He has published 53 books in the fields of Military History , Politics , Economics , Sociology , Journalism , Philosophy and Religion , texts that have been strongly criticized and been accused of anti – Semitism because it places the international Jewish capital and the Zionist ideology as the cause Of World War II . Together with Joaquín Bochaca, he is considered one of the first representatives of the historical revisionism of Spanish speech [ citation needed ] . It has been considered by some critics and readers as an apologist and sympathizer of fascism 2 .


Salvador Borrego studied law degree, History, Philosophy, Economy. He studied Sociology, History, Economics and Journalism and during his youth he did military studies.

He worked from 1936 to 1965 as a reporter, editorial secretary and editor in the Mexican newspapers Excélsior and Últimas Noticias . He was an adviser, founder of The Sun of Guadalajara, The Sun of Mexico, The Sun of San Luis Potosí, The Sun of Durango, The Sun of Aguascalientes; (1965-1974) of the ” Garcia Valseca ” chain (37 newspapers) owned by the businessman José García Valseca . Founder (1949) and director (1949-1955) of the Theoretical-Practical Academy of Journalism “García Valseca”. In addition, he was professor of journalism at the Mexican Women’s University, honorary president of Mexicanos Defraudados, AC and wrote monthly articles in “The Combat Sheet” for 32 years.

National Socialist sympathizer

Holocaust denier, one according to several interviews published on the Internet, [ citation ] started sympathizing with National Socialism from 1937, after seeing a propagandistic manipulation of press information in order to mislead the reader. Borrego then worked in the newspaperExcélsior ” where, he says, he witnessed a partial internal handling of the news about Nazi Germany that favored the allies . He states that he followed the course of events day by day before the war began, and that it became increasingly apparent that there were contradictions between the approaches of one side and the other.

In one of the interviews, Borrego states that in Mexico a group of advertisers had been formed, headed by a man named Jackes or Jacques Sustel , who warned of their intention to withdraw their publicity from the Excelsior House, for allegedly favoring the Nazis. Latest news was the first publication from which such advertising was withdrawn, being the newspaper that first published the events of Europe. The then director of the newspaper, Miguel Ordorica , founder of the latest news , asked Mr. Sustel to spend a morning in the newsroom to examine for himself how the newspaper was made. Sustel accepted; He was shown the messages coming from the Associated Press based in New York . Mr. Ordorica said to Mr. Sustel: ” You, in your commercial warehouse, display the merchandise that most attracts the attention of your buyers.” The most important news is on the front page, if they deserve it Even put eight columns, “and added:” The war is not won in Mexico, but in Europe . ” It is known that the group of advertisers managed to cancel the newspaper’s advertising. Ordorica was removed from the address.

With the new nationalist tendencies in Europe and after the fall of the Soviet Union, this author is being reviewed not only on its ideological basis, but on a more intellectual basis.


  • Transcending Journalism (1951) (Text used in journalism schools)
  • World Defeat (1953), 630 pages. (Capital work of the author, centered on the origins, development and consequences of World War II, prolonged since the second edition by the Mexican philosopher José Vasconcelos , who was known for his interest and sympathy for Nazi Germany.In this prologue he wrote: ” It’s one of the most important books ever published in America .”
  • America Peligra (1964), 568 pages.
  • World Infiltration (1968), 343 pages.
  • Mexico Future (1972)
  • Metaphysical Battles (1976)
  • Youth 1977-2006 (1977), 164 pages.
  • Impoverishing Inflation. Impoverishing Deflation. Tongs of Supracapitalism (1980) 107 pages.
  • Political Goals (1983)
  • Arma Económica (1984), 112 pages.
  • How Garcia Valseca Founded and Lost 37 Newspapers and How Eugenio Garza Sada Tried to Rescue and Lost Life (1984)
  • What about EE? UU. (1985), 103 pages.
  • Dogmas and Crisis (1985) 113 pages.
  • Captive Peoples (1987), 122 pages. (In English: Puzzling Neighbors: A Historical Guide to Understand Modern Mexico )
  • Decisive years: 1993-2003 (1988)
  • Action Gradual (1989), 103 pages.
  • I am the Neoliberalized Revolution (1989), 98 pages.
  • Dialogues (1990)
  • Yatrogenia: Damage caused by the doctor (1991), 131 pages.
  • Psychology-War and the New Age 2000 (1994)
  • Reflections: 38 Voices of the Common Sense (1994), 153 pages.
  • Neoliberalism: What it really is (1995), 112 pages.
  • Destructive Economics (1995), 99 pages. (Critique and analysis on the current Economy)
  • A Possible End of the Crisis (1997), 95 pages.
  • Panorama (1998), 122 pages.
  • The Cross and the Sword (1998), 122 pages.
  • Dissolution Social (2000), 121 pages.
  • 2001-2006. What You Can Expect (2000)
  • Waffen SS: Criminals or Soldiers? (2001), 147 pages.
  • Energy in Motion is Action (2001) ( Political Novel)
  • Youth Betrayed , Aries Editorial
  • Where we want to take us (2002), 104 pages.
  • Imperialism and Theology (2003), 125 pages.
  • Luftwaffe (2004), 151 pages
  • Submarine Warfare (2003), 165 pages. ( Chronicle on the Battle of the Atlantic )
  • Traumatic Disillusionment (2004)
  • Stifling Democracy (2005), 157 pages. (Critique and analysis on democracy in Mexico and China mainly)
  • Semblance. Painter, Soldier, Fuehrer (2005), 301 pages. (Biography of Adolf Hitler )
  • Calderón: 2006-2012. What can be expected (2006), 127 pages. (Speculations on the future of the government of Felipe Calderón Hinojosa )
  • Globalization (2007) 156 pages. (Critique and analysis on the neoliberalist tendency towards Globalization )
  • Revolution in March (2009)
  • Germany Pudo Vencer (2009)
  • Mexico Betrayed (2008), 181 Pages.
  • The Government Summit Goes to Mexico (2010)
  • Synthesis (2010)
  • Mexico in Guerra Ajena (2011), 163 Pages
  • World Economic and Moral Disorder (2011), 136 Pages
  • III World War with Different Means (2012), 203 Pages

Of his books there are a total of 248 editions until May 2012.


  1. ↑ Jump to:a b Gall, 2016 , p. 72.
  2. Back to top↑ Borrego: current “world defeat”. Process .