Saturday, September 19, 2009


By: Emile Schepers

Not much new or earth-shaking today. Just the following:

1. U.S. Actor Danny Glover, in Cuba, announced that he will be traveling to Honduras in solidarity to the resistance to the coup. No date was given.

2. The de-facto, illegal Micheletti regime is bitching and moaning that those yanqui imperialists in Los Angeles have violated diplomatic procedure by forceably ousting the personnel of the Honduran consulate in Los Angeles on September 17. Of course, the personnel in question were coup supporters and the US authorities acted on the request of the legal government of President Manuel Zelaya and foreign minister Patricia Rodas. The Micheletti gang claim that U.S. State Department officials physically attacked the people in the consulate, but this should be taken with a grain of salt. As Bobby Kennedy is supposed to have said about Lyndon Johnson. "How can you tell if Lyndon is lying? If he wiggles his ears, that doesn't necessarily mean he's lying. If he raises his eyebrows, it doesn't necessarily mean he's lying. But if he moves his lips, you know he's lying". Goes double for Micheletti and his ilk.

Next week there is important action at the UN as Zelaya is coming up to give a speech on Wednesday, September 23. So stay tuned.

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