Tuesday, June 30, 2009

United Nation: President Zelaya is here in New York.

Due to the high activity of drug trafficking in the area of the coast of Honduras by families linked to the drug mafia in Mexico, it is necessary that the international central banks at the start to crossing information on deposits and bank transfers by coups and coup d'etat affiliation of the beneficiaries with the plot to overthrow the President Zelaya because I know from my experience in similar dossier they hit the link-corrupted state officer- arms and drug trafficking, with some exceptions. We have to think that the fundamental objective of these activities is to reach the U.S. market with the drug based on puppeted democracies of banana republic as that is happenning in Mexico, if we don't take action, Mexican goverment will became weaken and isolated in the hands of the drugs families that very easy now can control Honduras and later hit Costa Rica and Guatemala.

With the conspirators ,with criminals, It is my conviction, that this brutal crime against democracy, the Constitution and the people of Honduras will not go unpunished, for the moment the usurpers of power in Honduras can end now in one of two roads, or lay down their arms and return to the real President, or end up as Noriega tried as criminals before an international court of justice.

There can be no dialogue with the perpetrators of a crime against the First Judiciary equivalent to the assassination, a crime defined internationally in the public international law.

Gualterio Nunez Estrada, Sarasota, Florida 34233.

In a conversation with Danger Room, U.S. Coast Guard Commandant Adm. Thad Allen said that between 75 percent and 80 percent of all the cocaine moving toward the United States – on go-fast boats, fishing vessels, and narco-submarines — first goes to Mexico, where it can be broken into much smaller packages that are harder to detect.

“The southern border that should be of concern to us as well is Mexico’s southern border, between Mexico, Honduras and that area with Belize,” he said.

(..)According to sources at the U.S. Embassy in Tegucigalpa, Honduras passed by about 100 tons of drugs annually to their country(United States).(link)http://www.radiolaprimerisima.com/noticias/resumen/53221

If we go by what is happening in Mexico, all those responsible for the coup in Honduras should be internationally monitored for suspected links with the families of drug dealers operating in the area since Honduras is classified as a "narco state" long time ago. ..
When the Mexican Drug Trade Hits the Border
http://www.stratfor.com/weekly/20090415_when_mexican_drug_trade_hits_border








US ready to beef up UN peacekeeping operations
By EDITH M. LEDERER – 10 hours ago
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The United States is prepared to provide more military observers, police and civilian staff to beef up the U.N.'s far-flung peacekeeping operations, the U.S. ambassador said Monday
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Until that point the drug mafias operating in the area intensely Guatemala-Honduras-Mexico are involved in the coup in Honduras to destabilize the state and sought to penetrate the U.S. market for cocaine, although we do not know exactly, but if we go by the statements of important personalities of the Honduran society and the link is tested coup d'etat with the drug market, the overall head of the UN blue helmets should be prepared to take action at any time. Gualterio Nunez Estrada, Sarasota, Florida 34233.
... most Hondurans felt was their top concern – the lack of personal safety and the growing drug trafficking, she adds. “He had completely ignored that,” Foglia Sandoval says. "This was becoming a narco state.”(...)*
*Jacqueline Foglia Sandoval, former president of the American Chamber of Commerce in Honduras
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http://www.latinbusinesschronicle.com/app/article.aspx?id=3500


Honduran Interior Minister Jorge Arturo Reina (shown on the screen), who is also the permanent representative to the United Nations, speaks during the urgent meeting held by the UN General Assembly at the UN headquarters in New York June 29, 2009. The UN General Assembly held the urgent meeting on Monday to discuss the situation in Honduras, where President Manuel Zelaya was ousted by a military coup.(Xinhua/Shen Hong)

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