Monday, September 21, 2009


Zelaya in the Brazilian Embassy in Tegucigalpa!

The Road to Zelaya's Return

Ben Dangl

Nearly three months after being overthrown in a violent military coup, ousted Honduran president Manuel Zelaya has returned to Honduras. "I am here in Tegucigalpa. I am here for the restoration of democracy, to call for dialogue," he told reporters. The embattled road to his return tested regional diplomacy, challenged Washington and galvanized Honduran social movements.

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london said...

I think he is come here for create a violence not for any restoration of democracy.

El Duderino said...

Yeah, with what army?

Maybe those holding the guns are the ones we should worry about.

Bina said...

London, you need new glasses. The violence was all on the part of Gorilletti, who sent in the army to oust him in the dead of night, and is now setting armed thugs on peaceful demonstrators outside the Brazilian embassy.

Would it kill you rightards to admit that you just don't give a rat's ass for real democracy? Why must you resort to these fraudulent, elaborate apologia? You're not fooling anyone.

susan banks said...

just let's work towards freedom in this county so that their people can stay there or go back to their homeland...this would make them happy.