Friday, July 03, 2009

MEL the Thief STEALS $80,000 in FIVE DAYS

From the people of Honduras...mostly poor...he has used this money to finance his escapade over the five days past in purchases of luxury items and so forth...even more outrageous to me was the fact that he had rented over 50 vehicles and 61 cell phone lines...why in the hell did he need 60 phones and 50 vehicles? He can´t drive but one...

He spent 600 million lempiras in his illegal 4th ballot box program...for those who do not know the exchange rate it is 18.89 for one American dollar. Essentially he spent 32 million dollars in tax payor money to propagandize a campaign that had been ruled illegal and he knew it.   This was 32 million dollars that could have went to fix the damage from the 7.3 earthquake that occurred on May 28, this is 32 million dollars that could have went to pay the poor trash collectors who had not been paid in FOUR months.  This is 32 million dollars that could have went to purchase medicine and supplies to combat the H1N1 virus.  This is 32 million dollars that could have went to pay the teachers who had also not been paid.  OUTRAGEOUS. Then this pig wants to come back into this country and to come back in with the FMLN at his side...FMLN is nothing but terrorist THUGS.  How much more ignorant can you get? This idiot is not for the poor he is for exploiting the poor in the worst way possible...the lowest paid workers in the government are municpal workers who make about 60,000 lempiras a year.  That is less than the minimum wage he supposedly instituted.  SO he fails to pay 5,000 lempiras a month to his poorest workers yet he claims to be the advocate of the poor...some advocate he was.

FLMN Behind Violence and Vandalism in Honduras

The FLMN is hiding behind the name of Bloque Popular to try to enforce marxism on Honduras.  They are pretending to be something they aren´t and are a terrorist organization who has said nothing is wrong with killing people to achieve power by force.

Several foreign members of FLMN have been arrested in Honduras for theft, vandalism, inciting violence and so on.  

Here is a link to who the FLMN is and their influence on Latin America.  This group is a narcoterrorist group that kidnaps and attacks normal citizens.

http://www.fas.org/irp/threat/terror_90/latin.html

Removal of Zelaya is Not Negociable says Supreme Court

The first reunion of the General Secretary of the Organization of American States OEA, in Honduras has not been able to unblock the political crisis that is siezing the country.  Jose Miguel Insulza has traveled to Tegucigalpa to ask for the reinstatement of Zelaya who was removed last Sunday by the military.  

Insulza interviewed with the president of the Supreme Court immediately upon arrival.  Jorge Rivera Supreme Court President(Chief Justice) advised him that the removal of the power of the ex president is not reversable.

Isulza landed in the Honduran capital with heavy mediums of security, the manifestations were stronger and more numerous than before.  He has planned to interview with Congress and representatives of certain sectors and people from society, but not with President Micheletti. However, Micheletti still wants to try to gain a meeting. Micheletti is completely isolated internationally, but is backed by judicial powers and legislative powers and by the Armed Forces and most of the population.

The General Secretary of the OEA who last night gave an ultimatum of 72 hours to the new government to return power to Zelaya is looking to convince powers to change what they did and find a way to return normalcy to the country.

After the arrival of Insulza the new exterior minster, Enrique Ortez declared to local media that the presence of the General Secretary implies a  recognition of the government of Micheletti and that the world should be paying attention that he is in Honduras and protected by the Honduran government.  Ortez also assured that if Insulza was going to insist on the restitution of president Zelaya that it is better for him to not come because that is not negotiable.

If the General Secretary of the OEA does not settle anything in his trip that the principle effect can be the suspension of participation of Honduras in the OEA who has only one time before decided to do such a thing and that was in 1962 against Cuba who still has not returned.  This Saturday exactly when the time of the ultimatum expires the organ is meeting in Washington for the second part of the General Assembly to debate the situation that has been created by the removal of Zelaya.

Meanwhile, the  impeached president left this Friday  from El Salvador with an unknown destination.  He has said he will return to Honduras when the date of the OEA´s ultimatum is expired even though the date is not written in stone.  His private secretary Eduardo Enrique Reina affirmed by phone that from a secure location that the impeached president will return to Honduras  regardless of the result of the visit of Insulza.

March in SPS today in front of 105 Brigade was HUGE




I went to the march that started at 10 am...it seemed that a lot of people were paying attention..even Al Jazeera was there listening.  Thousands upon thousands and we all said the same thing...this wasn´t a coup and we support the removal of Zelaya for his crimes.

You can complain about how we went about it. Yes, perhaps that wasn´t the best way, but I am not so sure.  The prime minister of Spain has made some comments that suggest that it may have been the only option that was available considering the situation that was occurring at the moment in Honduras.  He admitted that Zelaya committed crimes against Honduras.  This is a huge step in the right direction.

Taiwan and Israel have both pronounced themselves in favor of the removal of Zelaya from the presidency and said they support Honduras completely.

http://www.laprensa.hn/Ediciones/2009/07/03/Noticias/Mel-pudo-haber-cometido-delitos-Zapatero