Archive for August, 2009

Tyrannies and dictatorships not welcome in Honduras…

August 31, 2009

Some people seem eager to prove the old adage “There are none so blind as those who will not see”. Mark Twain is quoted as saying “A lie can travel halfway around the world while the truth is still putting on its shoes”. Such is the case in Honduras.

It seems the super–rich business elites of the international socialist cartel, with publicly visible faces like George Soros and the Foundations, and Castro, and more shadowy forces like whoever is funding the disinformation operatives showing up all over the Internet repeating the slanderous lies about the peaceful freedom-loving Hondurans. They want to eliminate all possible opposition with any kind of local economic clout.

Not to mention the liars and spin-twisters in your face on news broadcasts and reports. Trying to play up the numbers of Mel supporters, knowing how scant few they are. Hondurans know. 100,000 in San Pedro Sula on June 20 rallying against Mel and in favor of the new interim constitutional government, and the best the Melistas have been able to muster has been 1,000.

Everybody wanted dictator Zelaya out of there. Hondurans are very satisfied with their constitution as is, thank you very much. We are dear friends of many poor in Tegucigalpa, and they all agree.

We have hundreds of Honduran friends here in Miami. All of them despise Mel and spit sulphuric acid when they hear his name, except for one poor lone guy. Just one of hundreds. What’s the percentage.

The poor are the bottom line, but this people has moral fiber, moral turpitude. Their fiery disgust with the guy who wanted to throw his whole country to the wolves because they promised he could be lord of the manor, has made them more than willing to muddle through the hardships.

After all, you don’t have a worse dictatorship in the Americas than Cuba during the last fifty years, and they toughed it out for tyranny, Honduras can do it for “representative democracy”, or freedom as they say. Like one caller to Michael Savage’s program, about Obama she said “What is he thinking?!” Then “We don’t want Communism in my country!!!”

The Congress was elected by the same poor voters that voted for Zelaya, and they voted 144-4 to confirm Michelletti as president under the constitution.

As soon as he pushed Honduras into the ALBA dictators’ club, Zelaya took off his sheep’s clothing, what big teeth you have Grandma!

Constitutional violation. No budget for Congress in 2008 for the next fiscal year, as required by law.

Multiple violations. Funds diverted from programs for the poor to his criminal coup fraud.

Multiple violations. Taxi drivers paid to bring a car full of people to his rallies, and government workers brought in, all at the people’s expense.

Multiple violations. Breaking the constitution even by announcing the effort to re-elect himself under cover of a fraudulent constitutional convention, violating Articles 1, 2, 3, 4, 42, 239, 373 and 374, which also declare it to be “treason” and an offense that causes “immediate cessation of official capacity”.

It even says that Mel’s efforts to keep power justifies a constitutional insurrection against such a perpetrator.

Another violation: The Congress is the only body empowered to change the constitution, so he just ordered one.

Another violation… Dictator Mel Zelaya ordered the independent Supreme Electoral Tribunal to carry out his criminal so-called “survey” fraud. They refused, so he ordered the more pliant Statistics Department to do it. Meaning his own guys will organize the count, take the count, compile the count, compute it, and announce it.

Another violation… He orders the head of the Armed Forces to help him distribute these false “ballots” or “forms”, still trying to keep a semblance of PR fraud cover for this coup. He refuses this illegal order, as ordered by the Supreme Court, and in this case specifically empowered to do in the Honduras Constitution.

Another violation…Supreme Court unanimously orders him reinstated, and he acts as if the order has no effect.

The biggest action in violation… He brings about 1,000 of his people together on June 25, 2009, to march on the Air Force base where the illegal ballots are housed, that had been confiscated at the airport when they came in from Venezuela. They violently break the lock to recover them, and carry them off, and begin distributing them throughout the country.

1.Having broken laws respecting legal accountability for budget and funds,
2.violated existing constitutional limits,
3.dealt with foreign powers to subvert the Honduran constitution,
4.ordered the Armed Forces to carry out a military coup d’etat,
5.subverted the legitimate functions of government departments by decree to overthrow democratic constitutional order,
6.by his actions, invoked the constitutional clause that removed him from being president,
7.tried to incite violence on the part of his followers on various occasions following,
8.and continues his illegal criminal treason, so constitutionally defined, in the exterior of the country, doing harm daily to the country and insisting that outside nations force Honduras to overthrow its own democratic constitutional order and install him in power again.

–aec

Honduras: Teachers on strike, nothing new

August 8, 2009

The clueless International Media is either badly uninformed or badly deceitful in many of their stories about Honduras. We see another example now, saying teachers are just striking now to bring Zelaya back. But teachers have a long history of strikes. Take a look at the lagringasblocito. She details a long list of strikes and walkouts by teachers just in the last 12 months, including several times to demand back pay promised by Zelaya:

http://lagringasblogicito.blogspot.com/2009/08/honduran-teachers-czars-of-strikes.html

Reports lagringa, “In the past eight years, the teachers have been on strike, oh, probably more than 100 times.”

One of the sorest points most repeated by union leaders during this year of 2009 is the complaint that pay for teachers was behind, often my months, while the money in the Zelaya administration did not lack for international travel or for the “cuarta urna”.

Venezuela today, who next?

August 2, 2009

The people in Honduras have not faltered in their insistence in obeisance to their Constitution, and to the democratic order. They still refuse to accept the Usurper as president.

If they needed any more reason to keep their backbone, Chavez is giving them more than enough with their attacks on free press and free speech in Venezuela.

Venezuela is closing down a few hundred radio stations and working on the last dissident television network left standing in the country.

The Chavez government also said it’s going to give those radio bands to “community-based” ownership, meaning, of course, those that can convince the Thought Police that they will serve as official mouthpieces. Everybody knows this, both inside and outside Venezuela.

Americans up North, take notice!

Venezuelans are protesting at some of the radio stations getting closed down as we speak. Representatives of the first one getting shut down, say they have complied with every administrative and legal request, but they are being closed down for failing to do so. Who can believe the Chavez government now?

They are already running a criminal trial against the owner of Globovision.

But when the judge in charge of that case started made her first rulings that the Chavez autocrats and plutocrats wanted her to make, she was immediately and summarily removed as judge and replaced with one more pliant.

Intimidation did not worked for the media, so he’s forced to open his sheepskin a little bit and show his Dracula fangs.

Four years of prison for anybody who is voices or writes anything that this new dictatorship doesn’t like, says a law that is on its way to law in the The Chavista Congress in Venezuela in almost those very words. There’s a clause against even damaging the “public order”, or “mental or physical health” of the citizens.

The thing is such an obvious abomination that it boggles the mind that anybody would claim that it is an internal Venezuelan matter, like the secretary-general of the OAS told the persecuted “democratically elected” mayor of Caracas.

All of the above comes just as Mayor Ledesma of Caracas visited Isulza. Ledesma was kept out of the official city government offices, along with the entire city government personnel, by Chavistas who occupied the buildings. The national militarized police force refused to dislodge them.

Meantime the Caracas city employees worked without pay as they could, because it comes from national treasury, until the mayor went on a hunger strike. That got them because they were about to get a martyr. The Filipinos and the Nicaraguans know the power of having a martyr.

—trutherator

The Google search formula is a dead end.

August 2, 2009

Typing “Columbia Venezuela news” at Google, the first link that came up in search results was to the official Chinese news agency Xinhua news agency:

http://www.google.com/#hl=en&q=columbia+venezuela+news&aq=f&oq=&aqi=&fp=-Pw1cEIpNGU

What’s up with that? The Google formula of counting links is as dead as a doornail, DEAD.

These are the guys who have firewalls to keep out any news they don’t like from coming in. And Google happily complies with this evil and does this evil in China.

What’s happening in Venezuela is of import, and helps to understand what happened in Honduras. That’s where they recently stopped the Zelaya auto-coup before this Chavez got momentum with all that taxpayer money he was using.

In Honduras they do not want a Chavista-style coup d’etat.

And one of the reasons that the Honduran people are singing the praises of the Armed Forces is precisely because they were not bought off by the big money Zelaya gave to them.

Chavez told him to buy them off, but they obeyed the Constitution all the same. Chavista imperialism is not welcome in Honduras.

There are only a rare few demonstrators for Zelaya there, but the gangs are taking advantage of the cover to break into stores and just rob. We have friends that work downtown and this is what they report to us.

And there’s another report. Another friend is a very poor lady that works for a government agency. There, the poor were getting shafted, pay was missing with the most ridiculous of excuses, despite the abuse of the word “poor” by the would-be dictator.

But now, the paycheck is right on time, every time, and the amount is complete.

–trutherator