HONDURAS’ former President ZELAYA subjected to TOXIC GASES and radiation (ENGLISH, FRANCAIS, ESPAÑOL, DEUTSCH, ITALIANO)
1. Our objective is not to take side with the political ideas of Mr Zelaya nor with such other opinions.
2. Whatever Mr Zelaya’s political ideas are, we want to show the authenticity of the electromagnetic,chemical and ultrasound attacks that he is suffering.
3. The electromagnetic,chemical and ultrasound aggressions against Mr Zelaya are far from being imaginary for various reasons:
a) Mr Zelaya is undoubtedly an intelligent man. He knows perfectly what the risks would be, were he to invent such a story. Shouting from the rooftops that you are remotely tortured with electromagnetic , chemical and ultrasonic weapons, whereas you are not, would be tantamount to putting your head in the lion’s mouth, because the cowardly criminals would not wait one minute to use a big lie to punish the liar. Some authors in Europe and in the United States had already experienced this sad fate.
b) So it is quite difficult to imagine how an ex-president could tell a lie which could lead to his own destruction. The criminals knew perfectly that Mr Zelaya would speak about his torture and as this torture is bordering on science fiction, the perpetrators rejoice, because Mr Zelaya’s statements would only discredit him in the eyes of the public who is completely unaware of the existence of these remote torture weapons.
4. Mr Zelaya is a former state leader. It therefore shows that no citizen of this world is safe from this type of remote crime. Everybody, from the bottom to the top of the social ladder, can be a victim of this kind of torture.
5. May I conclude by reminding that for us victims, it is not a question of defending or rejecting a politician, it is only a question of defending the truth or the authenticity of a fact.
1. Nuestro objetivo no es tomar partido por las ideas políticas del Sr. Zelaya ni por tales otras opiniones.
2. Cualesquiera que sean las ideas políticas del Sr.Zelaya, queremos demostrar la autenticidad de las agresiones electromagnéticas,químicas y con ultrasonidos que él sufre.
3. Las agresiones que el Sr.Zelaya está subiendo estan lejos de ser imaginarias por diversas razones:
a) El Sr. Zelaya es ciertamente un hombre inteligente. Él sabe perfectamente a lo que se arriesgaría, si tuveria que inventar tal historia. Gritar por todos los tejados que usted es torturado a distancia por armas sónicas y químicas, mientras que no lo es, equivaldría a echarse en la boca del lobo, porque los criminales cobardes no esperarían un minuto para sacar provecho de una gran mentira para castigar al mentiroso. Unos cuantos autores en Europa y en los Estados Unidos conocieron esta triste suerte .
b) Pues, imaginamos muy mal cómo un expresidente optaría por mentiras que conducirían a su propia perdición. Los criminales sabían perfectamente que el Sr.Zelaya hablaría de las torturas que sufre y como estas torturas rozan la ciencia ficción, los criminales se alegran, porque las declaraciones del Sr.Zelaya sólo lo desacreditarían a los ojos del público que ignora totalmente la existencia de estas armas de tortura a distancia.
4. El Sr. Zelaya es un antiguo jefe de estado. Pues, eso muestra que ningún ciudadano de este mundo está al abrigo de este género de crimen a distancia. Todo el mundo, desde el más bajo a la cumbre de la escalera social, puede ser una víctima de este tipo de tortura.
5. Concluyo recordando que no se trata para nosotros de defender o de rechazar al hombre político, se trata para nosotros de defender la verdad o la autenticidad de un hecho.
2. Was auch immer die politischen Ideen des Herrn Zelaya sind, wir wollen hier die Wirklichkeit der elektromagnetischen und chemischen Angriffe, die er erleidet, aufzeigen..
3. Die elektromagnetischen und chemischen Angriffe gegen Herrn Zelaya sind aus verschiedenen Gründen, nicht als imaginär zu sehen:
a) Herr Zelaya ist ohne Zweifel ein vernünftiger Mann. Er weiß sehr genau, welches Risiko er eingeht, wenn er eine solche Geschichte erfinden würde. An die grosse Glocke zu hängen, dass man aus der Ferne von elektromagnetischen und chemischen Waffen gefoltert wird, obwohl es nicht wahr ist, würde bedeuten, dass man sich in die Höhle des Löwen wagt, weil die Verbrecher ohne zu zögern, die Gelegenheit solch einer grossen Lüge ausnützen würden, um den Lügner zu strafen. Es gibt Autoren in Europa und in den USA denen dieses traurige Schicksal widerfahren ist.
Sicherlich waren die Verbrecher sich bewusst, dass Herr Zelaya über die Angriffe gegen ihn sprechen würde. Da dieser Typ der Folterung an Science-Fiction grenzt, und da die Existenz dieser Waffen zur Folterung aus der Ferne unbekannt ist, machen seine Erklärungen ihn in den Augen der Öffentlichkeit ziemlich unglaubwürdig.
5. Ich schließe damit ab, indem ich daran erinnere, dass es für uns nicht darum geht, den Politiker zu schützen oder zu verurteilen, sondern die Wahrheit oder die Echtheit einer Tatsache zu verteidigen.
2. Qualunque siano le opinioni politiche dell’On. Zelaya, vogliamo solo dimostrare l’autenticità degli attacchi elettromagnetici,chimici e con ultrasuoni che ha subito.
-a) L’On. Zelaya è certamente un uomo intelligente. Lui sa che cosa avrebbe potuto accadere, se avesse dovuto inventare una storia. Gridare ai quattro venti che lo stanno torturando a distanza con armi elettromagnetiche,chimiche ed ultrasoniche, mentre non è affatto vero, equivarrebbe a gettarsi nella tana del leone , perché i criminali vigliacchi verrebbero avvantaggiati dalle sue bugie per vendicarsi e punirlo. Non aspetterebbero un minuto per sfruttare una grande bugia per castigare il bugiardo. Alcuni autori in Europa e negli Stati Uniti hanno sperimentato questo destino.
-b) Dunque, avremmo difficoltà ad immaginare come il presidente andrebbe a farsi scudo dietro ad una menzogna che potrebbe condurre alla sua rovina. L’On. Zelaya non puó essere un bugiardo. I criminali sapevano perfettamente che l’On. Zelaya avrebbe parlato delle sue torture, e siccome queste torture confinano con la fantascienza, avrebbero esultato , perché le dichiarazioni dell’On. Zelaya non avrebbero fatto che screditarlo agli occhi del pubblico che ignora totalmente l’esistenza di queste armi di tortura a distanza.
4. L’On.Zelaya è un ex capo di Stato. Ciò dimostra che nessun cittadino di questo mondo è al riparo da questo tipo di aggressioni a distanza. Tutti, dal più basso al più alto della scala sociale, possono essere vittime di queste torture.
5. Concludo ricordando che per noi, vittime, non si tratta di difendere o respingere un uomo politico (cioè l’On. Zelaya), per noi, si tratta di difendere la verità e l’autenticità di un fatto.
|http://www.miamiherald.com/1506/story/1248828.html They’re torturing me, Honduras’ Manuel Zelaya claims
by Frances Robles
“I prefer to march on my feet than to live on my knees before a military dictatorship,” Zelaya said in a series of back-to-back interviews.
Honduras’ ousted President Manuel Zelaya, talks while a supporter rests inside the improvised room in the Brazilian embassy in Tegucigalpa, Thursday. It’s been 89 days since Manuel Zelaya was booted from power. He’s sleeping on chairs, and he claims his throat is sore from toxic gases and “Israeli mercenaries” are torturing him with high-frequency radiation.
“We are being threatened with death,” he said in an interview with The Miami Herald, adding that mercenaries were likely to storm the embassy where he has been holed up since Monday and assassinate him.
Zelaya was deposed at gunpoint on June 28 and slipped back into his country on Monday, just two days before he was scheduled to speak before the United Nations. He sought refuge at the Brazilian Embassy, where Zelaya said he is being subjected to toxic gases and radiation that alter his physical and mental state.
Witnesses said that for a short time Tuesday morning, soldiers used a device that looked like a large satellite dish to emit a loud shrill noise.
Honduran police spokesman Orlin Cerrato said he knew nothing of any radiation devices being used against the former president.
“He says there are mercenaries against him? Using some kind of apparatus?” Cerrato said. “No, no, no, no. Sincerely: no. The only elements surrounding that embassy are police and military, and they have no such apparatus.”
Police responded to reports of looting throughout the city Tuesday night. Civil disturbances subsided Wednesday afternoon, when a crush of people rushed grocery stores and gas stations in the capital.
Israeli government sources in Miami said they could not confirm the presence of any “Israelis mercenaries” in Honduras.
Zelaya, 56, is at the embassy with his family and other supporters, without a change of clothes or toothpaste. The power and water were turned back on, and the U.N. brought in some food. Photos showed Zelaya, his trademark cowboy hat across his face, napping on a few chairs he had pushed together.
“Look at the shape he’s in — sleeping on chairs,” de facto President Roberto Micheletti told a local TV news station.
Micheletti took Zelaya’s place after the military, executing a Supreme Court arrest warrant, burst into Zelaya’s house and forced him into exile. The country’s military, congress, Supreme Court and economic leaders have backed the ouster, arguing that Zelaya was bent on conducting an illegal plebiscite that they feared would ultimately lead to his reelection.
Micheletti said he was prepared to meet with Zelaya and a delegation from the Organization of American States, but only to discuss one topic: November elections.
On Wednesday, the U.N. cut off all technical aid that would have supported and given credibility to that presidential race. Conditions do not exist for credible elections, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said.
“I proposed dialogue, and they answered with bullets, bombs, a state of siege and by closing the airport,” Zelaya said.
Zelaya told The Herald that Washington should be taking a stronger stance against the elite economic interests that “financed and benefited” from the coup that ousted him three months ago.
If President Barack Obama hit Honduras with commercial sanctions or suspended free-trade agreements, the coup “would last just five minutes.”
The Obama administration suspended economic aid to Honduras and withdrew the visas of members of the current administration.
About 75 percent of Honduras’ commerce depends on the United States, Zelaya said. And because powerful economic forces were behind Zelaya’s ouster, Obama should hit those forces where it hurts most, Zelaya said.
“I have told this to Obama, to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, to the U.S. Embassy here and anyone else who will listen,” Zelaya said. “They know how to act. Until now, they have been very prudent.”
With Micheletti showing a new willingness to talk with the OAS, and the U.N. Security Council set to meet to discuss the embassy situation soon, it isn’t the moment for more penalties, the U.S. State Department said.
“Right now, when there are openings for dialogue, is not the time to announce new sanctions,” a State Department official said.
Dates for the OAS visit, which could include emissaries from 10 countries, are being worked out, the official said.
Spokesman Ian Kelly said the U.N. Security Council meeting came at the request of the Brazilian government. No date has been set for the meeting.
“In general, we continue to work with our partners in the U.N. and the OAS to come up with means to promote a dialogue and defuse the tensions, of course with the ultimate goal of resolving the crisis,” State Department spokesman Ian Kelly said at a media briefing in Washington. “And we’re continuing our consultations with our partners in the region, and enlisting wherever we can their assistance in this process.”
The U.S. Embassy here spent the day denying rumors that Zelaya planned to move to American grounds. The rumor may have started because U.S. Embassy vehicles were used to evacuate Zelaya supporters who left the Brazilian Embassy willingly Tuesday.
“The embassy has been turned into a bunker for Zelaya,” Assistant Foreign Minister Martha Lorena Alvarado de Casco told The Herald. “He’s turned it into his headquarters, and he is using it to call for insurrection.”
Brazilian Foreign Minister Celso Amorim told CNN en Español that his government asked Zelaya to tone down his rhetoric while he remains an embassy guest.
“The word `death’ should not even be mentioned,” he said.
Rioting broke out in various parts of the capital Tuesday night, and lines hundreds deep formed at supermarkets when desperate shoppers scrambled to buy food after a round-the-clock curfew was briefly lifted.
“I have no food in my house,” said Patti Vásquez, a housewife who, after two hours, still had not reached the front doors of a supermarket in an upscale shopping mall. “I need to get milk and juice and eggs.”
Zelaya says he has no plans to leave the embassy anytime soon.
“I am the president the people of Honduras chose,” Zelaya said. “A country can’t have two presidents — just one.”
Miami Herald staff writer Jim Wyss and special correspondent Stewart Stogel contributed to this report.