Honduras Coup - Day 84 - September 19, 2009
- Channel 11, Channel 36, Radio Globo, CableColor, and El Tiempo attacked
By hondurascoup2009.blogspot.com : September 19, 2009
Yesterday they made a move to take almost all of the resistance off the air. The public prosecutor, CONATEL, and hooded police invaded the facilities of Cable Color and Channel 11 in San Pedro Sula on Friday. The focus of their "investigation" was the internet service and satellite uplink service Cable Color provides to its subscribers, which includes the internet broadcasts of Channel 36 and Radio Globo, among others. They also challenged Cable Color's offering of VOIP service for international calling.
- Honduras Resistance Warns of Provocateurs on the Internet
By Al Giordano - narconews.com : September 19, 2009
A sure sign that the Honduran people's resistance against the June 28 coup d'etat continues to enjoy massive public support comes from the continued disinformation campaigns against it. After all, if the coup regime really had, as its defenders claim, won the battle for Honduran hearts and minds, it wouldn't need to persist in its overstated PR and disinfo campaigns against coup opponents. Yet Honduran TV and radio airwaves are still daily bombarded by slick advertisements that seek to legitimize the coup regime and demonize its opponents. Pro-coup newspapers – owned by the same few families that control most of the country's economic means of production – serve up similar daily fare.
- Honduras: Resistance front calls international solidarity conference
By links.org.au : September 19, 2009
On behalf of the resistance in Honduras, we send combative and fraternal greetings to all those assisting us in this process of struggle for the restoration of constitutional order and for the installation of a National Constituent Assembly in Honduras. The National Resistance Front against the Coup in Honduras calls together the first internationalist conference against the coup d'etat and for a National Constituent Assembly in Honduras. The conference is to be held on October 8, 9 and 10, 2009 in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.
- Hard to Get Thrown Out of a UN Meeting
– Honduran Golpista Ambassador Shows How It's Done
By hondurasoye.wordpress.com : September 19, 2009
If you haven't been following the Honduras news closely over the last week you might not know that the UN Human Rights Council, meeting in Geneva, denied "observer" status to Honduran golpista ambassador, Delmer Urbizo. Why? Well, stick with me here, because the guy that sent Urbizo to Geneva, Roberto Micheletti, is not the legal, constitutional president of Honduras and was involved in the illegal, unconstitutional removal of the legal, constitutional president, Manuel Zelaya.
- Spain slaps entry ban on top Honduras government officials
By expatica.com : September 19, 2009
Spain on Wednesday banned ten top officials of Honduras' de facto government from entering the country following the ouster of Honduran President Manuel Zelaya in a coup in June.
- Honduras Resistance Remains Firm
By prensa-latina.cu : September 19, 2009
The National Front against the coup d''Etat stated that the resistance to the de facto government remains firm and it could not be defeated despite repression.
- Central America Celebrates Independence from Spain
By periodico26.cu : September 19, 2009
On September 15th, 1821, lands under the yoke of Spanish colonial rule gathered in the General Captaincy of Guatemala, today called Central America, agreeing to become independent from Madrid and to form a sovereign state, without firing a shot or brandishing a sword.
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