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The Revolutionary Act of Telling the Truth

The Revolutionary Act of Telling the Truth John Pilger telling it like it is, as always. One of the last true journalists I read and trust. “Wondrous technology has become both our friend and our enemy. George Orwell said, “In … Continue reading

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Hello, I’m Calling From ‘La Mafia’

Hello, I’m Calling From ‘La Mafia’ For people who own buses in Honduras, making payments to gangs is now shockingly routine. When they talk about it, they use a really ordinary word. They call it “rent.” Honduras has the highest … Continue reading

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Hillary Clinton admits role in Honduran coup aftermath

Hillary Clinton admits role in Honduran coup aftermath This is why I would never vote Hillary Clinton for president (among other reasons)! Another Neocon, war hawk, warmonger, pro-surveillance state stoog. I already had my reservations about her, but after she … Continue reading

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Honduras Makes Big Move For Indigenous Population

Honduras Makes Big Move For Indigenous Population This is awesome news! I am Mískito Creole, I was born on this land – Puerto Cabezas, R.A.A.S., Nicaragua (Región Autónoma del Atlántico Norte (Spanish for “North Atlantic Autonomous Region”), these are my … Continue reading

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Honduras to shoot down planes suspected of drug trafficking

Honduras to shoot down planes suspected of drug trafficking Honduras lawmakers have passed legislation authorizing the country’€™s Air Force to shoot down aircraft suspected of carrying drugs in an effort to curb the cocaine trafficking through the country to the … Continue reading

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Honduras’ political violence threatens to undermine its November elections

Honduras’ political violence threatens to undermine its November elections If democracy is to flourish in Honduras, such violence and intimidation must not be tolerated, either by interests within the country or by other nations. Especially given its historical involvement in … Continue reading

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Cold War Documentary-Episode 18: Backyard (1954–1990) As Latin America marks 60 years since Fidel Castro’s 1953 uprising that paved the way for revolution in Cuba, a lot of Latin American’s, especially those in the US of A are ignorant and … Continue reading

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The risk of Honduras becoming a failed state

Sad. Again, I saw this coming a mile away after the “silent” military coup d’état of Manuel Zelaya in 2009. A coup no one really talked about, because, well Zelaya was a “Left-winger” and Right-wingers readily welcomed this, just as … Continue reading

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Honduras City Now World’s Most Violent, San Pedro Sula becomes murder capital

A surge in drug-related violence has made San Pedro Sula in Honduras the murder capital of the world. Some 1,143 of its 719,447 residents were murdered in 2011, giving it a murder rate of 159 people per 100,000 citizens—even higher … Continue reading

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DEA agent kills suspected trafficker in Honduras

DEA agent kills suspected trafficker in Honduras The “war” on drugs is like the “war” on terror, it will last for ever and ever! This charade has been going on now for at least 41 years, since Tricky dick, Richard … Continue reading

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