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Re: Diplomatic decolonization
« Reply #90 on: January 27, 2022, 08:45:56 pm »
Harris actually does some work for a change?

https://www.yahoo.com/news/kamala-harris-attend-inauguration-incoming-130141394.html

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Kamala Harris to attend inauguration of incoming socialist Honduran president with anti-Semitic ties
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Harris will be attending the inauguration of Honduran President-elect Xiomara Castro on Thursday following Castro's victory to the Central American nation’s highest office after running on a socialist platform.

The vice president has maintained a line of communication with Castro since the Honduran president-elect’s win, taking a call in December to "deepen the partnership between the United States and Honduras," according to Harris spokeswoman Sabrina Singh.
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Castro’s running mate, First Vice President-elect Salvador Nasralla. carries some serious baggage as well, having made past unsavory comments about Jews and Israel.

In 2020, Nasralla claimed that outgoing Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernández’s "boss is the government of Israel" and said in a debate that Jews control the global money supply.

All New World countries should cease to recognize Israel ASAP, following the example of Venezuela:

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Also raising eyebrows is Castro’s husband, former Honduran President Mel Zelaya, a wealthy landowner in the country who was deposed from his presidency by a military coup in 2009.

Zelaya was Castro’s campaign manager and is a polarizing figure in Honduran politics. The former president was ousted after trying to recreate the policies of Venezuelan socialist President Hugo Chávez.