National Resistance Front Marches

The march has begun which was organized by members of the National Resistance Front, that is planned to culminate at Toncontin Airport. The participants will then await their leader, former President Manuel Zelaya Rosales, who expects to leaves the country today, heading for the Dominican Republic. Zelaya has been granted a one year visa to the D.R. by that country.

One of the coordinators of the popular movement, Rafael Alegria, announced that his fight for Zelaya and social reform, “does not end here,” but rather marks the birth of a movement with political aspirations to bring together all sectors of Honduran society.

The march started from the National Pedagogical University, with posters, slogans, flags and banners being waved, some saying goodbye to ex-President Zelaya.

4 Responses to "National Resistance Front Marches"

  1. Axel Reyes Bogran  January 28, 2010 at 12:23 pm

    The one monumental problem with people like those from the ‘Resistance’ is that they do not accept the opinion of a majority, ever.

    They do their thing based on their firm belief that nobody else is as aware of what the people really need, as examples I give you the following:

    1). Zelaya knew (and had known for a while) that the people of Honduras are not pro Socialism, but he still acted and behaved as if it did not matter to him, he still tried to imposse that system on the people.
    He broke so many laws that it is hard to keep track.
    But in matters like this, it is not only that which matters, he also dared call for civil chaos and destruction of private property, and if this was not bad enough, he asked for Hondurans to attack fellow Honduran brothers, he call for Honduran blood to be spilt in his name.

    Do not give him amnesty, he has debts for which to be held accountable.

    2). Chavez knows that he is destroying what used to be the one of the strongest economies in the South American region, all in the belief (his) that he is doing what is best for the country, its people and the region.

    3). Another example would be Fidel castro, who took over power in Cuba to free that country of the tirany brought over by the “Batista Regime”, only to turn (again) one of the strongest economies in the Caribbean into a horribly poor country.

    The list would go on forever if I kept on going, but let me close with this:

    The amount of people that have been killed in the name of Communist / Socialist reform outnumbers any other kind of record, more than religious wars, more than some plagues even.

    The so-called leaders of countries that are ruled by Socialist regimes feel like they have the right to do whatever they think is right for the regime (which simply means the people in power) to survive, even if it means killing thousands, some times even millions of their own people, as it has hapenned in China & Russia, Vietnam, Korea, Cuba, Venezuela and many others in the European Continent.

    All of this has one intent only, and it is that the people of Honduras do not forget that Pepe Lobo went to school in Moscow when the Soviet Empire was on full swing.

    If you see him leaning too much to the left, stop him, for he will not stop on his own.

    Imagine if you may, if Communism can break the backbone of a good economy, what can it do to a poor country like Honduras?

  2. loui ayala  January 28, 2010 at 10:07 am

    Your heroes are going down fast….like a lightning….your “uncle Hugo” is buying a lot of amunitions from “RUSSIA” to defend his communist ideology, but he is saying it to camouflage the problem that it is in defense from “Colombia”. but the fact is, people are starting to revolt with his
    criminal ideas….people are not ignorant anymore,Mr.Alegria, we are already in the 21st century, i do not know about you? maybe your ideas are still “primitive” ….if you can get some people to support you ,it doesn’t mean that you will ignore the majority.So, look around and make some
    mathematical equations ,how many are with you and against your ideas ? if you see that you lost give up….and help the people the kind of government they want, that is for an intelligent man’s decision…but i do not know about you? if you are one of those, or not?……..he!he1he!….SAYONARA

  3. Axel Reyes Bogran  January 27, 2010 at 5:23 pm

    “Birth” yeah;
    For Mr Alegria’s information, the movement to change the type of Government in Honduras from a Democracy to a Socialist Police State was born over 70 years ago, and since then it has been continuoslly beaten in every attempt to take over the country.

    You better start thinking clearly, the signs of poverty in Venezuela do not indicate that Chavez is going to be able to support your farce for long.

    Just shut up, move to Cuba and stop bothering the Honduran people.

    The marches in protest rejecting Zelaya were overwhelming, the voters came out to show you we were not to listen to Zelaya’s call for abtensionism, and the polls show you that over 85% of Hondurans do not want him pardoned nor do they want amnesty given to him and his cronnies.

    Who are you trying to fool.

    And why don’t you stop showing some respect for the children of Honduras and keep the teachers out of this?

  4. loui ayala  January 27, 2010 at 3:34 pm

    I cannot believe it that this “moron” Rafael Alegria is doing this. I just can’t comprehend that he is sending off that ” criminal” as if he did something good to the country….give me a break!!!! Mr. Alegria, how much money did your “Uncle Hugo”
    gave you to create this mess…believe me if nobody is supporting you with big “mula” you will be quiet like a lamb… if i were you better think again and help the people of honduras in guiding them in the right path…..not your stupid communist ideology.

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