So What Do You Think Of Your Handiwork Now, Lanny Davis?
Posted by Phoenix Woman on November 19, 2014
Only a few years ago, Honduras had an increasingly functional democracy and a leader, Manuel Zelaya, who cared enough about his people to try and make sure they had something resembling a living wage. It now has, thanks to a coup whose chief propagandist was none other than Lanny Davis, slid down into the depths of neofeudalism and narcostatehood.
All because the rich pricks who pay Davis’ fees wanted to keep forcing their workers to make t-shirts for US export for pennies a day.
There have been untold thousands of tragic murders and other atrocities in the years since Davis’ golpistas kidnapped and deposed Zelaya. Almost none of the Latin American stories about them have been translated into American-English-language media, and it’s not because the US has a shortage of Spanish speakers.
The following set of murders has only slipped past the US’ media gatekeepers because one of the victims was a beauty pageant celebrity:
The bodies of Honduran beauty queen Maria Jose Alvarado, 19, and her sister have been found nearly a week after the two women disappeared.
Ms Alvarado and Sofia Trinidad, 23, vanished on Thursday after being seen leaving a party near the northern city of Santa Barbara.
They were shot and their bodies buried in a field by a river, police say.
Two men have been arrested, and one of them has reportedly confessed to killing and burying the women.
Ms Alvarado had been due to compete in the Miss World contest in London.
Honduras is now the most violent country in the world, a state it achieved as a result of the coup Lanny Davis worked to install and protect.
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