Skip to comments.Honduras to Open New U.S.-Funded Naval Base
Posted on 12/12/2011 9:27:36 PM PST by Texas Fossil
Honduras will inaugurate a new naval base on Guanaja Island next month. The base, which was financed by the U.S., will be used to support joint U.S.-Honduras counternarcotics efforts.
He visits Obozo in the White Hut.
He was seeking advice on police matters.
Obozo stated in his campaign he wanted a U.S. police force funded as well as the military.
Now Honduras is using it's military in police matters. (I almost understand with the drug related violence)
Somehow I just don't believe this will end well.
Under a team combination of a Conservative Republican US Administration, and a non-communist Honduran administration (certainly not under that deposed red Zelaya), then maybe something good would come of this. Certainly it would ruffle the feathers of both Ortega in Nicaragua and Chavez in Venezuela. But with Obozo in charge, one never knows what they will end up doing.
Obastard is a committed Commie. He has done all he can to force a dictator (Zelaya) back in power against the will and constitution of Honduras.
He was exposed and failed.
Now he has bought Mr. Lobo.
This will not end well if Obozo has his way.
Yes, Obama is as Red a Marxista as they come, no doubt about it.
Yep, they silenced the best of the policemen who blew the whistle on internal corruption.
He was an outspoken opponent of the Drug Cartels.
He was removed by Mr. Lobo. (probably at the direction of Obozo) And now he is dead. And his wife injured.
Why do you think Lobo was involved?
What happens when he tried to steal the Nov. 2012 election with voter fraud. (all Commies lie, cheat & steal)
It is coming. Will they be able to have judges redistrict the states like they are attempting to do in TX?
His removal from office will be a tough battle.
Con el nacimiento de la Comunidad de Estados Latinoamericanos y Caribeños (Celac) los latinoamericanos podemos estar más unidos y seremos más fuertes todos porque somos pueblos con muchas similitudes; tenemos tanto porque estar unidos, espero que todo vaya de lo mejor, destacó el presidente de Honduras, Porfirio Lobo. El jefe de Estado hondureño llegó al mediodía de este viernes al Aeropuerto Internacional Simón Bolívar, de Maiquetía, para asistir a la cumbre fundacional de la Celac, que se desarrollará este 2 y 3 de diciembre, en Caracas. Tras ser recibido por el vicepresidente de la República Venezuelano, Elías Jaua, expresó que los pueblos latinoamericanos tienen muchas expectativas con el nacimiento de la Celac, el cual será un organismo de unión. Un total de 33 países participarán en la instalación de la Cumbre de América Latina y el Caribe (CALC), que dará paso a la Celac, y en la que se prevé la amplia participación de los Jefes de Estado y de Gobierno de la región que han llegado al país desde este miércoles. AVN
Honduran President Lobo arrives in Venezuela for CELAC meeting, and seen with (cancer-ridden) Hugo Chavez
Major boon for the drug cartels. If Mexico is any indication, the people of Honduras are in big trouble. It seems our government is neck deep into the drug business, has been for years, but they are no longer even trying to hide it.
Because of Mr. Lobo’s actions.
Immediately after he took office he supported UN recognition of a Palestinian State. Honduras had always been a good ally of Israel.
He fired all the chiefs of Police & Security.
He was received in the Oval Office with Obozo himself about police issues. And asked Obastard for guidance.
Mr. Lobo is a traitor to Honduras and to free people.
We shall see where this takes us, but I am confident it will not end well for Honduras or the U.S.
I am not suggesting he had direct involvement in the murder of the X-Security Officer. But he is keeping very bad company.
With the birth of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean (ECLAC) “Latin Americans can be more united and we will be stronger because we are all people with many similarities, both because we stand together, I hope everything goes the best,” the Honduras President Porfirio Lobo. The Honduran head of state arrived at noon on Friday to Simon Bolivar International Airport in Maiquetía, to attend the founding summit of the Celac, to be held this 2 and 3 December in Caracas.
After being greeted by the Vice President venezuelana, Elias Jaua, said the American people have high expectations with the birth of Celac, which will be a joint body. A total of 33 countries will participate in the installation of the Summit of Latin America and the Caribbean (CALC), which give way to Celac, and which provides the broad participation of the Heads of State and Government of the region have arrived in the country from Wednesday. AVN
Thanks, I wasn’t aware of those things. That stinks. Honduras is the only constitutional republic like the U.S. in the western hemisphere. Maybe the world.
Very interesting, I had taken my eye off this ball. It appears worse than I thought. Maybe they “had something on him”. No wonder Hitlery and Obongo got so quiet suddenly. There was something fishy that they would actually accept a communist defeat (Zelaya kicked out) in Central America and let it stand, as they vigorously opposed interim Pres. Michelleti and also wanted Zelaya restored. Seems like they kind of got their wish anyways. There used to be some good conservative Central American think tanks out there. Wonder if anyone good has a good readout on Honduras of recent. Yikes.
I do recall now that Zelaya himself was somewhat “center right” to start out with, then got Marxism in his blood and turned “Hugo Chavez/Fidel Castro” on his country. I guess Pepe Lobo could do the same thing, eh?
I thought Michelleti was a pretty good guy, of course he was temporary, but I never really found out what Lobo was about. It’s true, Zelaya began as pretty conservative. A former cattleman who should have understood what communism/socialism would do to business. I guess the Kool-Aid of the spotlight got to him and turned his head to the left.
We need a Naval Base in Haiti—heck we have paid them enough over the years and it would put there people to work—it might be better than Gitmo.
Those never accomplish anything but to inflate traffickers' profit margins.
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