Yellow Point Lodge
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... so that the "statistics" show an improvement, but somehow it is obvious that the wave of violence just continues. Someone forgot to tell the newspapers to stop publishing every day the photos of the bodies accumulating on the streets. Violence and bad news are still the staple diet for most newspapers.
Then something curious began to happen. Everyone knows that the current government is a dictatorship established by the USA with a coups d'Útat ...
... her children. While she has a good defence, the Honduran legal system is a sham. Less than 10% of murders are even investigated. Judges and the police are linked to organized crime and the drug cartels. Consequently the court system has a history of "throwing the book" at the simple cases usually involving the poor who cannot afford a proper defence.
Even if Magna is not condemned by the legal system she has huge barriers to moving forward. She is ...
... Jesuits and the two women who worked for them. It is a reminder to the workers of RP and ERIC, that you do not need to be a Jesuit but only an associate or co-worker to be so despised and feared by those in power.
I traveled to the campesino community of Guadalupe Carney, and was again fed by Chabelo┤s mother and again by his wife Juana, people who live very poorly but for them it was important to take care of us their visitors. Do˝a ...
... levels of anger and concern. I would wish to retire and simply ignore the rest of the world. But this is impossible because I have good people calling me to become active - in the struggle for the Palestinian people, in the struggle to protect the heritage I received in Canada which is being threatened and lost to my children's generation, in the struggle for justice here in Canada and the world, the need to accompany those whose minds and hearts are clearer than mine and whose ...
The first stop of the day was at Cathedral grove,
which is a protected forest. Here we saw some of the largest trees in Canada, including
one we could all stand in together. There were also the weirdest looking slugs
I’ve ever seen called banana slugs ,which were all over the place. As we
were coming out of the trail we were approached by protesters fighting the
cutting down of the forest which I thought was supposed to be protected. They
were very kind ...