Sunday, June 28, 2009

Who is behind the coup d'etat in Honduras?

Jose Manuel Zelaya, Constitutional President of Honduras
Photo: Thomas Coex / AFP/Getty Images

Honduras coup d'etat leader
General Romeo Vazquez
He was trained by the United States Goverment
at the infamous School of the Americas.

That is the question, I am sure, that many people are asking themselves. The United States has always had a predilection for that type of “democratic” initiative.

Uncle Sam never condemned or repudited the coup d'etat by General Fulgencio Batista on March 10, 1952. He was supported by his friends in the White House and the State Department.

You reap what you sow. If Uncle Sam continues to support coup d'etats he will continue to get Revolutions.

Anytime that you have a government that serves the interests of the people you are going to find the United States in opposition to that government. The U.S. government only serves the interests of huge corporations and the filthy rich.

The United States government has never broken diplomatic relations with governments which came to power via a military putsch. Richard Nixon and his Jew water carrier went to work immediately against democratically elected Salvador Allende, and as recently as 2002 Uncle Sam was an active supporter and participant in the attempted coup against democratically elected Hugo Chavez.

Aljazeera: Military arrest President of Honduras.

Juventud Rebelde: Secuestrado Presidente de Honduras

Coup in Honduras: President tells of his 'brutal kidnapping'

World condemns coup in Honduras

Update: Sunday June 28, 2009 6:00 p.m. A statement that was just issued by Barack Obama fell short of calling for the reinstatement of Zelaya as the legitimate president.

JG: I see the evil hands of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton as instigators and promoters of this military coup. This spring President Manuel Zelaya was a leader in the effort to re-admit Cuba to the Organization of American States. Hillary and Obama were repudiated at San Pedro Sula, Honduras. Hillary was so bitter, that she left the city without addressing the OAS.

Now we really know what kind of "democracy" Obama and Hillary promote in Latin America. Shame on them!

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