Wednesday, November 29, 2017

CIA supports Honduras voter fraud and murder - Update

Update: Juan Orlando Hernández: Wanted for Murder

US suports election fraud and drug trafficking in Honduras

Once again the CIA meddles in a foreign country's democratic election. As soon as the incumbent president who changed the constitution without a referendum started to lose, they stopped counting the ballots. People resumed their protests over the current president's corruption and a European Union electoral observation mission criticized the electoral court for its lack of communication about the results. Now all of a sudden the delayed results are mysteriously changing and the people are crying foul about the fraud.

DW dot com is reporting that "The court interrupted its live broadcast to say the rest of the ballots would be brought to the capital from 400 remote areas by military trucks to be counted." Military intervention in a democratic election. Where have we heard that before?

The Financial Times is reporting that " A results blackout by the Supreme Electoral Court (TSE), which lasted more than a day, fuelled fears of fraud. Unconfirmed reports suggested parties had discussed immunity from prosecution for officials in Mr Hernández’s scandal-hit government."

InSight crime is reporting that "The brother of the president of Honduras has reportedly traveled to the United States following the revelation that he is considered a person of interest in a high-profile drug investigation, marking a significant development in an already explosive case."

"Honduras is a major stop for drug traffickers; corruption is rampant. Many experts say things got markedly worse after the 2009 coup that ousted democratically elected President Manuel Zelaya" which the CIA supported and orchestrated.

Honduras: The northern front for the contra's cocaine

In September Reuters reported that "The son of former Honduran President Porfirio Lobo was sentenced to 24 years in prison on Tuesday after pleading guilty to a U.S. charge of conspiring to import cocaine into the United States. Lobo’s father was elected president of Honduras in late 2009 after a military coup ousted then-President Manuel Zelaya. Porfirio Lobo left office in January 2014, when current president Juan Orlando Hernandez took office."

Wikipedia is reporting that "The Honduran drug lord Juan Matta-Ballesteros was the owner of SETCO, an airline which the Nicaraguan Contras used to covertly transport military supplies and personnel in the early 1980s. Writers such as Peter Dale Scott and Jonathan Marshall have suggested that the U.S. government's desire to conceal or protect these clandestine shipments led it to close the DEA office in Honduras when an investigation began into SETCO, allowing Matta-Ballesteros to continue and expand his trafficking."

Don't support the CIA's drug trafficking network any more.

God Bless Tegucigalpa and God Damn the CIA.

In 2015 protesters hit the streets demanding the resignation of President Juan Orlando Hernández after a "reporter revealed that copies of checks were written by the phantom companies to the campaign commission of Mr. Hernández’s National Party, money that appears to have funded his 2013 presidential campaign. A congressional report found checks for $190,000 made out to the national party from companies involved in the social security scandal."

More protests in 2015 objecting to "the Support Mission Against Corruption and Impunity in Honduras, known as MACCIH, as a toothless initiative that won’t be able to root out corruption as effectively as the independent U.N.-backed International Commission Against Corruption and Impunity in Honduras, known as CICIH, long proposed by popular movements demanding an end to fraud and impunity in massive protests for months in 2014." The CIA backed commission was ineffective because the CIA are the root of the problem. They are the drug traffickers.

Voter fraud has trampled their hopes of cleaning up corruption in the Hernández government. One civilian has already been killed in violent clashes with riot police.

This is a petition confronting the Hernández government's corruption and current voter fraud.

Update: The unrest continues and the real election results are still withheld from the public. Where there is no justice there will be no peace. Yet looting is not the answer. That is counterproductive. The turmoil we are now seeing in Honduras is exactly how the CIA helped create the Communist Revolution in Cuba by supporting the corrupt Batista government which caused the people in Cuba to revolt. Communism is not the answer. That is like jumping out of the frying pan into the fire.

You can be left wing or right wing. That is your right. It falls under the freedom of association. However, Fascism and Communism are both bad. One is no better than the other. They both lead to the same place: the destruction of civl liberty compounded with atrocities.

America is not bad, the CIA is. The US Constitution is an excellent model for a free republic. The Communist Manifesto is not. There are no human rights in Communism. There is no civl liberty in Communism. There is no free speech or democracy in Communism. None of those exist in that system. In the book Fidel on Religion, Castro admitted that he recruited the help from Christian Marxists in his revolution. Yet after he seized power he shafted them all for helping him by establishing a Marxist Leninist Atheist State.

Cuba was a watered down form of Communism where religion was technically allowed but you could not be a member of the Communist Party if you had a religious affiliation and there was only one political party allowed, the Communist Party so you were not allowed to run for office. That is not a democracy. In contrast, the motto behind the French Revolution was Liberté, égalité, fraternité - liberty, equality, fraternity. That is what we need. Freedom from corruption and from Communism so we can live in peace.

The US Constitution is a good model. The Communist Manifesto is not.

Pray for Honduras. As God lives, what's done in the dark will be brought to the light.

The Guardian is reporting that "A teenage girl was killed as troops opened fire on unarmed protesters in the Honduran capital on Saturday, after the government declared a 10-day curfew and suspended constitutional rights in an attempt to contain an escalating political crisis fuelled by evidence of electoral fraud. Six days after the election, the winner of the presidential race has still not been declared by the beleaguered electoral commission (TSE), which is controlled by Hernández’s National party."

"The opposition Alliance leader, Salvador Nasralla, was five points ahead until a spate of irregularities including mysterious delays in rural votes and computer glitches saw his seemingly insurmountable lead overturned. “The fraud can no longer just be called fraud,” Eugenio Sosa, a sociologist and political analyst, told the Guardian. “This is a type of electoral coup against the president-elect, Salvador Nasralla.”

Opposition Calls For New Election. One where the votes aren't counted by the governing party.

The corrupt government they have been protesting against since 2014 was finally defeated in a democratic election so the corrupt president stops counting the votes right before they are all counted then imposes a military curfew on the people for objecting to the fraud. Donald Trump can save Honduras if he supports democracy and stops letting the CIA overthrow it.

Juan Orlando Hernández: Wanted for Murder

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