Politics and Democracy

Approximately 10 loose sentences of the catracha crisis

Copy of 06-03-09_0829... after giving me two pinches on the arm, I ended up accepting that I was not dreaming.


Yes Honduras denounced the letter of the OAS with immediate effect, and the OAS expels Honduras, Zelaya is in the air?


… So many Nicaraguans and Venezuelans in the cities; something they are up to.


... some are half obsolete, they talked about putting a replica of Radio Venceremos and get aerial photographs on the black market, they told them that with the Internet and Google Earth it is no longer necessary.


... that ironic, this year by request of Honduras the penalty to Cuba in the OAS was removed, and this same country was suspended.


... while the United States celebrates its independence 233 today, Honduras gains global repudiation.


... how terrible, there could be an invasion of Chávez today and the whole world would applaud him.


… When I was in sixth grade, and we came to the teacher with a complaint because someone had hit us, she always said: "show me your blood." So if the president wakes up with bunny pajamas in Costa Rica, without blows, then there is no blow?


IMG_0096 ... between falling into the meddling of capitalism, the invasion of Chavismo or the complicity of petty interest groups ... makes you want to go to eat at another restaurant. Hunger could wait six months, pressure, who knows.


... to all this, if I do not agree with either end, is it no longer a village? because that's the name of the two.


This Polache if that became famous, they sing it in the meetings of the Alliance for the Democracy and execute live with the Resistance against the coup.


... when the town realizes that it continues eating mT3rda, the poles will change, and thus they could continue until, out of exhaustion, Ursula calls them to order.

Golgi Alvarez

Writer, researcher, specialist in Land Management Models. He has participated in the conceptualization and implementation of models such as: National Property Administration System SINAP in Honduras, Management Model of Joint Municipalities in Honduras, Integrated Cadastre-Registry Management Model in Nicaragua, Territory Administration System SAT in Colombia . Editor of the Geofumadas knowledge blog since 2007 and creator of the AulaGEO Academy that includes more than 100 courses on GIS - CAD - BIM - Digital Twins topics.

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  1. My dear Enrique, the politicians of the trade (because politics itself is not bad) have put the country in a eggplant, which now have no idea how to remove.

    Everything is summed up in the interest in power, this is recognized by the population (although not all are bad), on both sides there are many apples with few sanitary conditions.

    … Ambiguity could be good, as long as there is no winner. It works for me because I have a lot of pessimistic optimism; I am convinced that new leadership must emerge.

    All the best

  2. I read your blog for a couple of months and I admired your skill with the software and the management of maps. Now that I have had a chance to investigate your position regarding the problems that afflict your nation, I admire your intellectual ability too much (not surprisingly, given how you carry the blog).

    With regard to loose phrases. Joer! Ambiguity is a situation that leads us to put aside the final positions regarding the crisis and this can become against us sooner or later.

    We call ourselves apolitical (I include myself because I suffer from being a skeptical technocrat, that is, I only believe in politicians who do their job well for society, even when it is not entirely clear what society wants 😉 ) and many cross us out of being in favor of those who are against and against those who are in favor. But it is that way of seeing things in such a way that they allow us to live and live as well as possible that many fundamentalists and ideologists do not fit in their heads and the "people" are hardly interested in knowing.

    To conclude, since my idea is not to argue about who is right, I leave you another couple of interesting questions:

    If everything has been under the legal framework why close media, cut off energy and internet, persecute politicians and send exiled to the deposed president? Usually when they judge someone they are apprehended and locked up, they do not banish him directly.

    Failing that, if there really was an arrest warrant, why did not they let the so-called guy get off the plane and get him arrested? Maybe because he came with other presidents they could not have done it. then, for what to put the show.Le had closed the airspace and period.

    I am very sad to know the situation that they begin to live and I am worried about the message that the power groups (called from right) send. It would seem that once you have control of the armed forces, the rest must have you without care. Total, if someone does not like it, you can catch or kill, as appropriate.

    On the other hand: do these power groups really exist? or simply joined several heads and agreed to overthrow the president, after the old market lawsuit.

    Failing this: What would have happened if Zelaya's “popular survey” had been allowed and, based on these results, the taking of command by force had been postponed? I prefer not to imagine.

  3. Civilian vans with armed soldiers or police or “para” soldiers – or whatever they call them there – with their faces covered are seen on TV in Honduras.
    I hope people know whose fault it is. Neither Chavez, nor the OAS, nor anyone from outside… let those who are “in charge” take charge and assume – in the future – full responsibility for their actions. No outside army is going to invade anyone. Honduras – in my opinion – is already invaded and by Hondurans themselves. It is a pity. Good luck, really. Hopefully what I think follows in these cases does not come. In case anyone asks what I'm thinking, here's the list:
    – Violence, Fear, Deaths, disappearances, human rights violations, indebtedness of the country, economic concentration, private indebtedness that is nationalized, entry of a couple of North American monopolies, “sale” of public companies, precariousness of education, health and other social and public services, censorship, media control, social control.
    I hope I'm wrong ...

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