St Louis Honduran Community Plans Protest– "Up With Freedom – Down with Marxism"
Yesterday was Honduras Independence Day.
188 years and they are still fighting for it.
Sadly, the US isn’t so keen on their commitment to democracy. For the first time in history the United States government is siding with Marxist leaders Hugo Chavez, Daniel Ortega, Raul Castro and Evo Morales against the pro-democratic Honduran government of Roberto Micheletti.
The Honduran Congress and Supreme Court along with the military ousted Leftist President Manuel Zelaya from power after his illegal moves to secure his presidential post as a lifetime position. Zelaya was, of course, supported by regional Marxists in Venezuela, Bolivia, and Cuba. The Honduran government appointed Roberto Micheletti president until the planned elections in November. At that time he will turn over control to the democratically elected successor. Now, the Obama government is saying they will not recognize the winner of this November election.
But, the Hondurans are fighting back against the misguided Obama administration foreign policy. The St. Louis Honduran community is planning a Freedom Protest on Tuesday September 22nd.
Here is the information on the Honduran Freedom Protest:
Followers of Peace and Democracy
Join us Tuesday September 22nd at 6pm to demonstrate against the Obama Administration’s Honduran policies and show the world our solidarity with the legitímate Honduran government.
Here are a few of the items we will discuss:
• We want the Honduran government to be recognized by the United States.
• We don’t want Honduras to become another Hugo Chavez Puppet Regime.
• Honduras wants peace and democracy.
• Honduras does not want to become another Marxist state.
• Honduras is defending their constitution and it’s not fair to be alianated.
This is a peaceful demostration of solidarity with the Honduran people, so we will be wearing blue and white.
** Bring Honduran and American Flags **
¡Trae tu bandera Hondureña!
Let’s show the world that St. Louis stands with the Honduran people and that we want peace and democracy in Honduras.