Monday, September 21, 2009

Zelaya Returns to Honduras

Breaking news has reported that ousted Honduran President, Mel Zelaya, has returned to Honduras and is, apparently, holed up in the Brazilian Embassy in Tegucigalpa.

As of this moment, no one knows quite how Zelaya managed to get into the country. I have heard from some of my colleagues who have been reading up on the matter that he supposedly made it to the Brazilian Embassy by his own means and was not shuttled there by any foreign power.

This upsets the whole scenario in Honduras and will complicate the situation tremendously. The "de facto" Honduran government, which deposed Zelaya through a military coup, denies that Zelaya is in the country, yet has already declared a curfew in order to stem the tide of Zelaya supporters from occupying the streets of the capital, Tegucigalpa, at night.

How this will end is anyone's guess at this point, but it's certainly an escalation that doesn't promise peace. We shall see ...

10 comments:

D-BB said...

That happened to me. The coffee at the Brazilian Embassy in Tegucigalpa is horrible and nobody speaks Enlish.

Also, the scales were in the metric system, you know, the wrong way to measure stuff and I put on 5 lbs which I think is equal to 47.6 centipedes....or something.

Anyway, no one gave a rat's ass about my predictment and quite frankly Hucky and I don't mean to sound rude but I am not quite sure wbhy anyone suppose to care about Mel. Seriously, we're still getting over thye loss of Paula Abdul.

D-BB said...

That happened to me. The coffee at the Brazilian Embassy in Tegucigalpa is horrible and nobody speaks Enlish.

Also, the scales were in the metric system, you know, the wrong way to measure stuff and I put on 5 lbs which I think is equal to 47.6 centipedes....or something.

Anyway, no one gave a rat's ass about my predictment and quite frankly Hucky and I don't mean to sound rude but I am not quite sure wbhy anyone suppose to care about Mel. Seriously, we're still getting over thye loss of Paula Abdul.

berkshire said...

Zelaya's come back in Honduras can create some major complications in Honduras.

9th Ward said...
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D-BB said...

Let me re"fraise" dat. Now you have to ignore me 2 times....or is it 3 times since my comment had the wrong name on it?

Huck said...

D_BB - I ain't ignoring you, amigo. I'm just too busy trying to teach the young co-eds, all the while I'm also spending time in the New Orleans Parish Criminal District Court Jury Pool Lounge waiting to put our own bad boys and girls behind bars. As much as I try to change it, there just ain't enough hours in the day.

susan banks said...

just let's work towards freedom in this county so that their people can stay there or go back to their homeland...this would make them happy.

9th Ward said...
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D-BB said...

OK, Google is drivin' me nuts but anyways as I was sayin'.....

Susan I'm with you. We need to send in troops!!!!! BTW Susan, if you ever leave a comment on my award winning blog with a name that links back to some scuzzy, rip off timeshare/dump/vacation ad,I will send my troops into invade you.

This is serious stuff here and we ain't here to fool around with nonsense.

Hey Huck...co-eds????? Need any help?????

D-BB said...

BTW Hucky.....that jury duty thing. If you get on, always remember, those people are there for a reason.......always vote "GUILTY". I promise you, even by some fluke they're innocent, I promise you they did something else and didn't get caught.

Sincerely,
D-BB Esq.