Honduras Coup - Day 324 - May 17, 2010
- Bad Journalism
By hondurasculturepolitics.blogspot.com : May 17, 2010
Proceso Digital is a fairly new Honduran digital newspaper, formed by two professional journalists, Marlen Perdomo de Zelaya and Orfa Sofia Mejia Maradiaga.
- Activist of Honduran Resistance Killed
By insidecostarica.com : May 17, 2010
Gilberto Alexander Nunez, activist of the National People's Resistance Front (FNRP) in Honduras was killed when he was returning home after participating in a teacher's demonstration. According vos el soberano.com site the man, 27, was member of the FNRP's committee of safety and discipline and had received several death threats.
- Imperialism And The Washington Office On Latin America
By Michael Barker - swans.com : May 17, 2010
Today the dominant discourse of liberal intellectuals is human rights; while at the same time the dominant discursive ideology intent on deforming life is imperialism. Yoked together these two ideologies present a formidable tool in the capitalist war chest, which critical intellectuals like Noam Chomsky rightly criticize.
- Honduran strongman and twice-president Lopez Arellano dead at 89
By AP - metronews.ca : May 17, 2010
Honduran strongman Oswaldo Lopez Arellano, who led two military coups and served as president for more than a decade, died on Sunday, his family said. He was 89. His family released a statement saying the former general and twice-president died of prostate cancer at a private hospital in Tegucigalpa.
- A wolf with no direction, a government with no compass
By Ismael Moreno - hondurasenlucha.blogspot.com : May 17, 2010
Honduras is still wounded by the dynamics unchained by the coup d'état. Wanting to come out well with everyone, Pepe Lobo organized a cabinet that is a Tower of Babel. Of the government it is only known that Lobo decides nothing and everybody else tends to their own business to their personal benefit, without there being a credible and consensual authority. In this misgovernment, it is the violence of organized crime which has taken the tiller of the nation in their hands.
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