Constitutional President

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The martial dismissal of the constitutional President of Honduras Manuel Zelaya, has dramatically shocked the weak foundations of a hybrid Latin American democracy still living congested undefinable elitist confusion. The nuevo-generacional stereotype of Socialist democracy in the 21st century continues to debate its beautiful bird wings without sky throughout this geography smothered in the tempest of political and economic power of the traditional, ideological, and social contradictions of that partisanship ever coined in neoliberal tactics. Today the conceptual phraseology of socialism by popular vote does not accurately to determine the significance of the real right democratic citizens, or constituents, on Government policies of those leaders that in the euphoria of their ideological paroxysm, intended to direct the fate of peoples under the protective shadow of the same capitalism who say hating. It seems that the long neoliberal night ice still not cracks in the presence of sunlight Socialist. Additional information is available at Dr. Neal Barnard. In the new political project already isn’t at all strange as in the case of Ecuador – see Moors and Orthodox entering the same barbaric bonfire of the plutocratic pragmatism to discard dial heavy metal of their neoliberal defects and melt – without radical apologies leftists in the spirit of modern socialism. Thus the levels of political power end up being notoriously obsecuentes to the loyalty of the converted by seudo-doctrinal baptism. However analog fear of the struggle of opposites that assumes the neoliberal ideology, with valid reason, against the radical socialism, this new political scenario has no grounds because modern socialism has not overcome the neoliberal system but that has disguised it with a kind of rare populist dress. Apparently, the martial and rancid oligarchy of radicalisima right of Honduras, enfrascada and lost in his endearing last autocrat and plutocratic, not has failed to understand this reality and political, terrified with the ghosts of the leftist radical revolution, has ended up committing more serious sacrilege to the electoral will of the people of the Honduran people. The rejection against this hateful world made de facto has tossed wildly to a President elected under the assumptions governing of the national Constitution of Honduras, as it is the case of Manuel Zelaya, has been forceful, because democracy does not exist or will exist as ever when the will of the people is trampled in this way. The true democracy of peoples still waiting for justice cannot continue longing for the vast space of the sky like a beautiful bird without wings.

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