Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Coup in Honduras: the return of the gorillas or the tactics of attrition?



Não deve ser socialistas ou comunistas que entender que uma sociedade como a de Honduras, onde 75% da população depende de um grande aliado com a oligarquia militar, com elevados níveis de corrupção, uma porta aberta para o tráfego de drogas e armas não é produtivo em termos de economia de mercado mundial, impedindo a participação política de todos os seus cidadãos e, assim, os investidores estrangeiros deixam de operar em um país cheio de analfabetos, sem estatuto jurídico, sem acesso aos meios de comunicação, altos níveis de mortalidade infantil, e com salários que não cobrem sequer a possibilidade de uma cesta básica. Gualterio Nunez Estrada, Sarasota, Florida 34233.
Do not to be socialist or communist to understand that a society like that of Honduras, where 75% of the population depends on a large oligarchy allied with the military, with high levels of corruption, a door opened to traffic in drugs and arms is not productive in terms of global market economy by preventing the political participation of all its citizens and thus foreign investors fail to operate in a country full of illiterate, without legal status, without access to means of communication, high levels of infant mortality, and with wages that do not even cover the possibility of a basic food basket. Gualterio Nunez Estrada, Sarasota, Florida 34233.
Ne pas être socialiste ou communiste, à comprendre qu'une société comme celle du Honduras, où 75% de la population dépend d'une oligarchie alliée à l'armée, avec des niveaux élevés de corruption, une porte ouverte à la circulation d'armes et de drogues n'est pas productif en termes d'économie de marché mondiale de la prévention de la participation politique de tous ses citoyens et, par conséquent, les investisseurs étrangers ne parviennent pas à opérer dans un pays plein d'analphabètes, sans statut juridique, sans avoir accès à des moyens de communication, des niveaux élevés de mortalité infantile, et avec des salaires qui ne couvrent même pas la possibilité d'un panier alimentaire de base. Gualterio Nunez Estrada, Sarasota, Florida 3423
No hay que ser socialista, ni comunista para entender que una sociedad como la de Honduras donde el 75% de la poblacion depende de una oligarquia de latifundios aliada a los militares, con altos niveles de corrupcion, una puerta abierta al trafico de drogas y armas, no es productiva en terminos del mercado de la economia global ya que impide la participacion politica de todos sus ciudadanos y de esta manera los inversionistas extranjeros se abstienen de operar en un pais lleno de analfabetos, sin personalidad juridica, sin acceso a los medios de comunicacion, altos niveles de mortalidad infantil, y, con salarios que ni siquiera cubren la posibilidad de una canasta basica de alimentos. Gualterio Nunez Estrada, Sarasota, Florida, 34233.
Niet te worden socialistisch of communistisch te begrijpen dat een samenleving zoals die van Honduras, waar 75% van de bevolking hangt af van een groot oligarchie met de geallieerde militairen, met een hoge mate van corruptie, een deur geopend voor handel in drugs en wapens is niet productief in termen van de mondiale markteconomie door te voorkomen dat de politieke participatie van alle burgers en dus ook de buitenlandse investeerders niet werkt in een land vol analfabeten, zonder juridische status, zonder toegang tot middelen communicatie, hoge kindersterfte, en zelfs met de lonen die betrekking hebben op de mogelijkheid van een fundamentele voedsel mand. Gualterio Nunez Estrada, Sarasota, Florida 34233.

"...the AFL-CIO put out such a strong statement in solidarity with the Honduran workers who are facing repression for demanding the return to power of president Zelaya. The Honduran unions are organizing a general strike, for which we must find ways to provide significant solidarity."



http://www.anarkismo.net/article/13618

The coup strategy, which encompasses the paradox of opposing the reforms in the Latin American context, that is, forms of "counter-insurgency" in the absence of a revolutionary movement, can be summarized as follows: the necessity of stopping any process of social change, even the most tepid. The big problem for the oligarchy is that the time when a military dictatorship could be accepted without complications has passed. We are not in the'70 and the U.S. is more interested in keeping up the appearance of democracy and comes out with other methods to impose its will rather than through the shortcut of coups d'etat. Therefore the strategy of a coup has the main disadvantage to thes oligarchy of not being sustainable in the long term in the context of Honduras [2].

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