S?bado, 18 de julio de 2009
 
 
 
 
 
Supporters of ousted Honduras' President Manuel Zelaya
 protest outside the site of talks to resolve the leadership
crisis in Honduras in San Jose, Saturday, July 18, 2009.
Zelaya, who was forced into exile in a June 28 military coup,
gave negotiators meeting in Costa Rica until midnight
to restore him to office, threatening to return to Honduras
 in secret and attempt to retake power on his own if no
agreement is reached. He indicated he would reject any
power-sharing agreement, a proposal to be discussed
at the talks. (AP Photo/Kent Gilbert)
 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
NOTE: SAME MAN LOOK ALIKE CHE  IN COSTA RICA TODAY WAS IN HONDURAS BEFORE

 
Thursday, July 02, 2009

Contrasting Demonstrations in Honduras: Violent Communists for Dictatorship vs. Peaceful Democracy

Guess which side Obama is on?

Citizens of the small Central American country Honduras are getting tired of the bad rap they have taken by removing their President before he could declare a dicatorship. They've taken to the streets for the past few days eager to send us all a message about what is really happening.

A pictorial of their demonstrations contrasts with the image of communist inspired violence in the streets:

Photobucket

People demonstrate against ousted president Manuel Zelaya and in demand of peace and democracy, at Morazan Square in central Tegucigalpa, on June 30, 2009. Tensions were running high in Honduras Tuesday with new street protests planned as deposed Zelaya vowed to return only days after being ousted in an army-backed coup.

Photobucket

Supporters of ousted Honduras' President Manuel Zelaya hold up placards during a march in downtown Tegucigalpa July 1, 2009.

Photobucket

A man holds a banner during a demonstration against ousted president Manuel Zelaya and in demand of peace and democracy, at Morazan Square in central Tegucigalpa, on June 30, 2009.

Photobucket

Photobucket

The poster reads, "Yes to democracy, not to dictatorship of Chavez".

Photobucket

A woman holds a sign reading: "We are happy Mel. Do not come back."

Photobucket

Contrast the above with this:

Photobucket

A demonstrator throws a Molotov cocktail during clashes between supporters of ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya and armed forces in Tegucigalpa on June 29, 2009.

And if you want to know who is behind the violence, here's a clue:

Photobucket

A demonstrator holds a banner of the late Argentine-born revolutionary Ernesto "Che" Guevara during a show of support for ousted Honduras President Manuel Zelaya outside the Ministry of Foreign Relations in San Jose July 1, 2009.

Yep, the same old communist evil that has been directly responsible for the deaths of tens of thousands and the oppression of millions more thoughout Latin America.

Photobucket




Tags: HONDURAS CHE COMMUNISM

Publicado por Corazon7 @ 23:14
Comentarios (0)  | Enviar
Comentarios