There should be no doubt about the U.S. decisive role behind the now-crumbling military coup in Honduras. As commander in chief of the U.S. armed forces, the blame for this intervention lies solely on President Obama.
The White House, however, would like you to believe that they attempted to convince the Honduran military not to intervene.
"Jose Antonio Zepeda, President of the Central American Union Movement, says that when a caravan carrying peasants and union members towards Tegucigalpa reached a roadblock near San Pedro Sula, the 105th Infantry used machine guns to shoot out the tires on their busses. Undeterred, the unionists and peasants continued to Tegucigalpa on foot."
The question has now become not what we can do, but what we must do; not what we are comfortable with, but what we are fully capable of; not what is convenient, but what is completely necessary to stop the destruction of our home.
The Boston Anarchist Education Workinggroup presents:
A workshop and discussion on Workplace and Unemployed Organizing, part 2.
July 7th, 5pm, at the Lucy Parsons Center, 549 Columbus Ave. Food will be provided.
Cost: Free (but donations accepted)