Things are getting HOT in Honduras

Reports are coming out of Honduras that the legally deposed president Mel Zelaya, with the help of Venezuela’s Chavez and Nicaragua’s Ortega, is preparing to send in personnel and guns over the Nicaraguan border to start an armed insurrection on the streets of Tegucigalpa. Sources inside Honduras are saying that there are already forces from Guatemala, El Salvador, and Nicaragua inside the country awaiting the orders from Zelaya to take to the streets and begin a bloody attempt to topple Hondura’s constitutional and democratic government.

Guatemalan, Salvadoran, Nicaraguan enemies already inside Honduras waiting for Zelaya’s return

Tegucigalpa, Honduras could become another Tehran by tomorrow night.

Hondurans are trying to get word out by Twitter that they are receiving threatening text messages on their cell phones tonight, telling them to stay inside and not leave their homes tomorrow night.

“Now more than ever I will be the first one out the door,” Honduran Pedro Martinez told Canada Free Press tonight. Pedro Martinez is the pseudonym we gave to the young Honduran professional that Canada Free Press (CFP) walked through Twitter hookup last week.

“Tomorrow might be a bad day,” Pedro tipped off CFP on twitter. “People are infiltrating Honduras thru (sic) Guatemala, El Salvador, and Nicaragua with the intention to create chaos.”

Looks like deposed Honduran leader Manuel Zelaya, who has called for a popular insurrection in his own country so that he can be returned to power after soldiers removed him at gunpoint on June 28, is on the way back.

With the verbal cunning of good Marxists the world over and the backing of tyrant Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, this is Zelaya’s message today from the safety of Guatemala: “The Honduran people have the right to insurrection.”

It is a fight between freedom and tyranny, and we will have to wait to see which side the Obama administration will take. Based on its previous history of siding with tyrants and oppressive regimes, I do not think that will be much of a mystery.

13 thoughts on “Things are getting HOT in Honduras”

  1. I believe this is the worst thing Obama has done. And that’s saying something when the list of damages he is responsible for is so long.
    I hope the Honduran people will get help and survive and make fools out of those who would seek to destroy their freedom. What is it going to take to make the American people see what they have for a president?

  2. God help the Honduran people, because, as with Cuba, practically nobody else will (unless, of course, Zelaya had been a right-winger).

  3. Pototo, it may too late for all of us. Herb Denenberg of The Bulletin nails it: “We have a president, a state department, a U.N., and an Organization of American States (OAS) that is now backing the communists, Marxists, socialists, and tyrants that want to take over Honduras. This is a case study of how a radical socialist president, backed by Congressional majorities, and a mainstream media in the tank, can do the most outrageous things and get away with them.

    This is light years behind incredible and outrageous and what is happening is clear as a bell to anyone who is awake: We have a president, Barack Obama; a state department headed by Hillary Clinton; and a government that is now on the side of the Communists, the Marxists, the tyrants and dictators of South America. I knew Obama was a fraud, a faker, a phony, and a fibber. I knew he was a socialist, but the new evidence suggests you have to add communist sympathizer and/or communist to that long list of Obama descriptives.

    If you’re getting the facts instead of the mythology spun out by our President, our State Department and the mainstream media, you know what is going on in Honduras. Instead of supporting those that stand for freedom and democracy, we are supporting the Communists and the likes of Hugo Chavez and Fidel Castro.”

  4. Mr. de la Cruz:

    In your breathless frenzy to connect the Obama administration with tyranny, you left out the pertinent information.

    So do tell, Alberto, who are all the “tyrants and oppressive regimes” that the Obama Administration has been siding with these last 7 months?

  5. That’s a tough question, RicBuc, let me see…

    (thinking ::: thinking ::: thinking)

    That wasn’t so hard.

    Well, off the top of my head:

    1. Zelaya
    2. Ahmadinejad
    3. Palestinian terrorists

    Do you want some more? Don’t you have some important official work to do instead of trolling the internet during work hours?

  6. I know Mike, but I don’t want to overwhelm him. It’s hard enough for him as it is spending all his time screaming like a bratty schoolgirl every time someone points out a fault in his idol. Let’s not over do it, he may hurt his vocal chords.

  7. My prediction would be that Chavez and Co. are going to end up taking the govt by force.

    Maybe Vargas Llosa was right when he spoke of “a trap” laid by Chavez.

    Now once Zelaya takes over by force, he’ll never leave.

    I’m not sure Miami has room for 500,000 Nicraraguans though.

  8. They should have shot the maricon while they had the chance. Showing mercy to a leftist is like giving a snack to an alligator, they come back and bite you.

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