Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Incestous relations and the "silk stocking" revolutionaries

My...oh my...guess who came to dinner at the expense of the U.S. taxpayers for the 4th of July celebrations at the US Embassy in Tegucigalpa? Need a hint...those who have repeatedly derided the US and who have accused it of organizing the so called "golpe de estado" that removed Ex-president Zelaya from office.

Here is a photograph from those libations to the US...The list includes such leaders of the "Resistencia" and/or Supporters of Manuel Zelaya Rosales as Marlon Breve, Rodil Rivera Rodil, Edmundo Orellana, Victor Meza, Aristides (Tito) Mejia, Milton Jimenez Puerto, Enrique Flores Lanza, and interestingly enough Hector Zelaya, one of Manuel Zelaya Rosales son's. The later by the way and according to some reports, only wanted to be photographed with the US Ambassador.

This group of people are just folks who have been extremely able in manipulating the system and who adopted the "revolutionary" disguise to achieve their personal advancement. These are not the true "Resistencia" leaders, these are just opportunistic fellows. By the way, the other imputed leaders of the "Resistencia" will probably show up in another countries' independence and donor celebrations...sometime in July perhaps..

I respect those people who are true believers in the "Resistencia" in the sense that they want an improvement in the life of those who are poor and forgotten in my country. I do not agree with their policies and recommendations to solve them, when one can hear such policies as mostly people revert to generalities which do not tell us much about what they propose. I cannot have one iota of respect for these people seated around the table with Ambassador Llorens.

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