State of Emergency

It's worth noting, as RAJ does, that Micheletti's constitutional order involves suspending the constitution, first de facto, and now openly. A State of Emergency has been declared and the Constitution suspended. It's time for us to brush up on our Agamben.

Hooded soldiers invade Brazilian national territory

Heavily armed soldiers are currently invading the building next to the Brazilian embassy, breaking through to get access to the Brazilian embassy.

Military surround hospital to disappear the Hondurans they put there

The Hospital Escuela, which reports 17 critically injured patients (3 already dead) from the military attack outside the Brazilian embassy, and the Social Security Clinic, are currently surrounded by military soldiers, attempting to remove the patients.

Stop the Brutality of the Military Coup (by Dr. Juan Almendares)

Stop the Brutality of the Military Coup

Dear friends:

We confirm the terrible news that teargas and pepper gas canisters have been thrown from airplanes and by military troops, not only at the Brazilian Embassy but also around its perimeter so that the gas covers an extensive area, along with gunshots. This situation puts President Zelaya's life in danger, along with the diplomatic corps and all the members of the Resistance who have stayed outside the whole night, peacefully accompanying the legitimate President of Honduras.

All airports shut down

A clear attempt to prevent Insulza, Arias, and any observers from entering the country.

Police shooting into peaceful crowd outside Brazilian embassy

The military are forcing protesters away from the embassy, shooting at them. It is feared that they will invade the embassy.

Let us embrace the dreams of hope and liberty, by Juan Almendares

Let us embrace the dreams of hope and liberty

Juan Almendares, translation by RAJ

To planetary humanity, to the friends, men and women, of International Earth.

To the Movement for World Peace.

Today we add to the local and worldwide jubilation for the heroic return
of the legitimate president of the Republic of Honduras, Manuel Zelaya
Rosales, who has received the popular warmth and the hospitality of the
Embassy of Brazil and who expresses a spirit of dialogue, of openness and
of firmness so that the constitutional order will return, without

Micheletti's goons ransack Burger King

...wearing black hoods, pretending to be black bloc, trying to provide an excuse for the repression to come. The provocateurs are out in force tonight, as the resistance, standing by the elected president of Honduras, peacefully ignores the 26-hour curfew.

Clinton's colonialist games

Clinton and Arias had a brief press conference today. The transcript is available at It was little better that her outrageous claim, earlier this summer, that Zelaya, on attempting to return to his country as legitimate president (and Honduran citizen) was acting "recklessly." In fact, it may have been worse. A brief point-by-point of what's so wrong with it:

De facto government issues 4pm curfew

In a desperate attempt to maintain control, the de facto Micheletti government has declared via national radio (as usual, avoiding legal channels) a state of siege from 4pm today until 7am tomorrow morning. Throughout the country, Hondurans daring to go outside risk being shot by the military or police.

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