Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Zelaya comes to Honduras and violence ensues, thanks to Obama and the UN

From La Gringa's Blogicito:

After several weeks of relative peace and calm in Honduras - and no curfews, despite what the international media consistently misreports - former president Mel Zelaya returned to Honduras Monday and instigated violence again.

Virtually every private car in the area of the Brazilian Embassy where Zelaya is hiding was damaged by breaking out some or all of the windows and ruining the tires. Ironically, Mel Zelaya's own mother's car was parked on the street and was likewise vandalized.

Private homes in the area were broken into and robbed. Citizens were assaulted. Death threats were sprayed unto neighbors' walls...

At least one woman's house was completely ransacked, robbed, and her two employees were terrorized. The Zelayistas smoked marijuana as they destroyed and smashed everything in her house up to and including the ceilings, doors, and windows...

Other neighbors were terrorized, assaulted, threatened with rape, and forced to prepare food by the rioters while they were being robbed. Numerous citizens called the police about home invasions.

This video [click
here - (the video is in Spanish)] shows the above mentioned woman's angry reaction to the violation. She holds Mel Zelaya, the Brazilian Embassy, and Brazilian President Lula directly responsible. She also demands that Human Rights organizations and Washington answer whether she has any human rights....

Banks, businesses, and government offices were similarly vandalized and robbed. Employees of one fast food restaurant were threatened by Zelayistas with burning the building down with them inside.

Stores were destroyed and robbed of everything, up to and including refrigerators, washers, dryers, and computers. A bank branch was robbed of L. 500,000...
Click here to read the rest of the post.

Hmmm, now that Obama and the UN are working multilaterally to create a new world order, it seems like things are starting to look up again! And, undoubtedly, Mel Zelaya and Hugo Chavez couldn't be any happier!

Praise the Messiah!

1 comment:

La Gringa said...

Thanks for the mention. I had a chuckle at your ironic comment at the end. From here in Honduras, the world definitely looks upside down.