Honduras unrest

Honduran riot police and army were out in force keeping the peace during political rallies by both sides of the political aisle. There was no violence. Much of the rhetoric that has surfaced is a throwback to the past, where the “peace” that the conservative elite speaks of and promotes means, to the left, submission, and where they are worlds apart on what “democracy” means.

( Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times / July 3, 2009 )

Honduran riot police and army were out in force keeping the peace during political rallies by both sides of the political aisle. There was no violence. Much of the rhetoric that has surfaced is a throwback to the past, where the “peace” that the conservative elite speaks of and promotes means, to the left, submission, and where they are worlds apart on what “democracy” means.

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