Brutal Repression in Honduras Targets Teachers, Popular Resistance

Weeks of demonstrations continue against de-facto regime and its plans to privatize public education. From David Dougherty at The Real News:

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"For many of the hundreds of

"For many of the hundreds of thousands of Hondurans who have risked their lives to fight the coup, Zelaya is beside the point. Many are not even Zelaya supporters. They are protesting the takeover and militarization of their country by a small group of wealthy elites. The situation in Honduras today is not a power struggle between two Honduran strongmen; it's a class war declared on the poor by the wealthy. The latter owns all the media, weapons, and institutions of government, including the public funds being depleted to fund the violent suppression of the people."

I'm sure you live in the US. Would you like to live under constant repression, like the life cubans and venezuelans have to stand up to? Honduras fought for their democracy, we defended our constitution, but most of all, we united and told CHAVEZ to f*** off. I'd love to see you live for one day in Venezuela, which was what we were starting to live, to see if you change your mind about all this nonsense you're talking about in your blog.

Chavez to F... off - Lol...

I think Chavez told Honduras to F... off...

It was good to see our Honduran President Pepe Lobo in Cartagena, Colombia - April 9. 2011 - shaking hands with Chavez...
Good to see Pepe asking Chavez - if maybe Honduras can return to the Organization of American States (OAS)...
And maybe have PetroCaribe return to Honduras...

I would have loved to see the face of Adolfo Facussé when he saw Pepe with Chavez...
I do not buy for a second Facussé said willingly - on April 5.2011 - Lobo should meet with Chavez...

¨I'd love to see you live for one day in Venezuela, which was what we were starting to live,..¨
· Titolopez

¨Would you like to live under constant repression, like the life cubans and venezuelans have to stand up to?¨
· Titolopez

I am confused Titolopez...
Maybe I live in another Honduras...
Not the same one you live in...
Seeing my Aguan Campesino countrymen on the ground with gunshots to the head November 15.2010...
Watching Honduran policeman shooting school teachers March 30, 2011...
I guess now with that guy Mel gone...
And you sent Chavez packing...
Honduras is so much a better place...

Or are you going to give us the same old tired disinfo dogma...
The Aguan Campesinos and school teachers were shot by hooligan thugs from Venezuela...

Lobo with Chavez - http://youtu.be/CtEn9L2dxko