Revolution in Honduras
Revolution in Honduras
Documentary about the revolution ongoing in Honduras. From the halls of power in Washington DC to the Resistance Movement in Honduras fighting it.
Documentary about the revolution ongoing in Honduras. From the halls of power in Washington DC to the Resistance Movement in Honduras fighting it. Read more
About this project
This is going to be a documentary about the revolution ongoing in Honduras. It will explore the relationship between the power brokers in Washington DC and the Resistance movement in Honduras which fights for freedom and democracy from oppression. Those who risk their lives daily to obtain freedom from the Oligarchs in Honduras who run Honduras with an iron fist will be examined.
It will also explore the regional dynamics in Olancho Honduras where the impoverished live and how their lives are affected by what goes on around them. It will take a look inside the lives of those who have almost nothing in which to live on, and how the ongoing struggles for freedom affect them and their families. It will explore the resistance movement from its birth to the way people are fighting the government now in power in Honduras.
It will also explore the power relationships between US corporations and how they wield power against the poor in Honduras in order to enslave them and keep them enslaved..It will then explore the power brokers who run Honduras and how they live while those around them who fight them die in the streets.
It will examine the power and money relationships in Washington DC as well as the effect that money has on people in Honduras. It will also explore how Honduras was bankrupted by the World Bank all in the nature of forcing Hondurans to migrate to the United States to find work, all to be able to send money back home to those who cannot afford to even eat a daily meal.
It will explore the wages of typical Hondurans which live on less than 30.00 dollars per month and how Mel Zelaya, the ousted leader of Honduras, worked hard to increase the wages for the poor and was summarily removed from office because of his work and struggles to help those less fortunate.
It will also explore those who die or fight each day risking their lives for democracy and freedom and a way out of being enslaved to the multinational corporations who go there seeking the cheapest labor one can find and how those same corporations work to keep the people in Honduras as slaves.
It will also look at and explore the right wing Ex-Pats who come to Honduras from the United States seeking a tropical paradise in which to live, but at the same time seeking to have maids, servants and people to lord over or use as slaves because they could not obtain that back in the United States. It will also explore how these ex-pats from the states support the new coup government, because that government supports their ability to stay in power and protect their investments that they have made in Honduras. It will show how they live compared to how the poor in Honduras live whom they employ.
The documentary will seek to show the elections upcoming in Honduras in November, and will capture the ongoing struggles that Hondurans have with trying to elect a new representative for them; when no candidates are available that will support them because all the candidates that are available are all part of the coup and the corporate elites who run Honduras.
It will show the money trail from Washington DC to Honduras, and will follow how that money is used to bankroll those in power now, while secretly funding small resistance movements to overthrow the current regime. It will examine those involved in the current struggles, as well as the training they receive from outside sources; including but not limited to OTPOR in Serbia, which is now training resistance movements all over Honduras, showing them how they defeated Slobodan Milosovic in Serbia, and showing Hondurans how they can do the same. It will seek to show if these efforts are paying off or if they have failed.
It will also show the reason that Hondurans migrate to the United States because of how the World Bank used Honduras as a playground for their ideas on how the economy should work in Honduras, which was totally flawed to begin with, and actually helped destroy Honduras as seen in this video
For more information you can visit these links below.
For more videos one can view these below
The reasons for the current food and migration crisis in Honduras
This project will explore all the players involved in Honduras, and also seek to show others in the world what is really going on there, and also how they can help to change things as they are now, and towards helping those who have no way out of their current living conditions.
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