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Manuel Zelaya returns home by Latuff2 Manuel Zelaya returns home by Latuff2
In a dramatic move that seemed like something out of a Hollywood movie, ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya sneaked back into his country and turned up Monday at the Brazilian Embassy in Tegucigalpa, the capital. (Source: Pakistan News)

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MAKYDOZENT Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Zalaya, el peor presidente de la historia de centroamerica; personas como el me da pena ser hondureño
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DarkPrince2007 Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2009
Did anybody noticed that Zelaya was center-right? OMG there are no good guys or bad guys...
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:iconmatiasmatiasmatias45:
Why don't you draw Uncle Sam behind Micheletti?

Salutes from Argentina!!
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Khan-Krum Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2009
Yeah I support this question! And I dare to ask why not Obama?
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Castlegrade Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2009
Perhaps because Obama has been trying to get Zelaya returned to office in either a knee-jerk act of leftist sympathy or an attempt to display his supposed magical touch in diplomatic affairs?
I find it interesting that this series of cartoons conveniently leaves out the fact that Zelaya was thrown out not because he was so hard on the rich (and apparently the church, if this representation speaks any form of truth) but because he decided to change the constitution in an unlawful manner. The Supreme Court of Honduras said no, the Congress said no, even the majority of his own party said no and yet he made preparations to go ahead with an illegal referendum anyway.
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Khan-Krum Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2009
Lies, lies, lies and black propaganda.
I suppose you are not stupid this leaves only one option, you are plain evil. You know exactly that Zelaya did NOTHING of which you and other terrorists accuse him. All he PLANED was to include a non-binding question to the ballot. A question which would not have kept him in power. Since you seem capable of reading you must know this fact. Your lies about it unfortunately disqualify you for any further discussion. You are a liar and your only arguments will be further lies so pleas don’t post on this page anymore. If you want to continue do it on your own page.
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LuciusC Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2009
Great :)
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husseintr Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2009   Writer
;)
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Darth-Satanus Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2009
And with his arrival, the Honduran Masses REJOICE!
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Gulril Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2009  Professional Interface Designer
A ver si esto se arregla de una maldita vez. Cuesta entender cómo ha durado tantísimo un golpe de estado que no se llevó el reconocimiento de ningún país en sus cabales... bueno, no cuesta tanto.
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