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Honduras, Act IV, Day 9

Posted by Charles II on September 29, 2009

Update2: Tremendous stuff being done around the web.
Honduras Coup 2009Two Four more radio stations threatened with closure
-Oligarch Adolfo Facusse offers Zelaya jail instead of imprisonment in the embassy (it might be a more constructive offer, but that’s how the papers are playing it)
-State Department (Amselem, Llorens, Crowley) as incoherent as a herd of hyenas
– Gen. Vasquez says the crisis is almost over.
– The virtually secret decree, PCM-M-016-2009, silencing the media.
AdrienneAgustina Flores, teacher, being tortured
Amselem cursed Sister Dianna and called her a lesbian (see links to BoRev and Machetera)
-Sisters of Mercy of the Americas asks US government to speak against human rights violations.
-More on Adolfo Facusse’s offer
Honduras Oye-Adolfo Facusse wants UN troops
Al Giordano
Lewis Amselem, monster
Tiempo on the decree silencing the Honduran media
Hermano Juancito– Father Carlo Magno of Tegucigalpa demonizes Zelayists while calling for reconciliation
A Lovely Promise
Nell writes letters
Update: It was too good to be true. Vos El Soberano had a story titled “Cámara de Comercio de San Pedro Sula, podría ser arsenal de Bombas lacrimógenas,” which translated as San Pedro Sula Chamber of Commerce could be an arsenal for chemical agents. But it turns out this is the Camara de Comercio e Industrias de Cortes. Same general class of people, but one step removed from Tom Donohue.

I remain certain in my heart that the US CoC is actively aiding the coup.
Probably light posting today.

In light of the US threat not to recognize any election if the suspension of the Constitution is not reversed, Micheletti has said that he will restore rights… after leaving the opposition media in ruins, requiring months of repair and hundreds of thousands of dollars. Not to mention the likelihood that all computers will have to be replaced simply for fear of backdoors having been installed.

And, of course, what’s to stop him from doing it again?

DemocracyNow had a massive segment here and here.

One Response to “Honduras, Act IV, Day 9”

  1. A-yep.

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