Friday, October 2, 2009
Zelaya's Chief Propagandist Endorses Hitler and the Holocaust
Wednesday, September 30, 2009 | Sultan Knish
Not long after ousted wannabe Marxist dictator Manuel Zelaya issued a bizarre rant about Israelis attacking him with high frequency radiation and toxic gases, his chief propagandist, David Romero Ellner, who heads up Honduras' Radio Globo went on the air to suggest that Hitler had been right and that it was unfortunate that he had not gotten the chance to finish off the Holocaust.
David Romero Ellner and Radio Globo are significant because the media aims to make them into the newest martyrs of the Honduran government's "crackdown" on civil rights. Reuters and other media outlets are already carrying touching narratives of the police raid on Radio Globo and David Romero Ellner continuing to carry on broadcasting over the web.
And this was what the tragic martyr, David Romero Ellner said on Radio Globo;
“There are times when I ask myself if Hitler was or not correct in finishing with that race with the famous Holocaust. If there are people that do damage in this country, they are Jewish, the Israelis. I want to name, this afternoon here in Radio Globo, by name and last name, who are the two officers of the Jewish army who are working with the Armed Forces of our country and who are in charge of carrying out all these conspiracy activities and undercover actions and everything else that is happening to the President of the Republic.
“After what I have learned, I ask myself why, why didn’t we let Hitler carry out his historic mission. Forgive me for the grotesque expression. But I ask myself after I have realized this and many other things. I believe it should have been fair and valid to let Hitler finish his historic vision…”
The original audio recording is embedded with the video below:
David Romero Ellner, currently being praised as a hero of the free press by the liberal media, began his career as an activist with the Communist party. He co-founded the People’s Revolutionary Union, better known for its Cinchoneros armed wing which carried out numerous terrorist attacks. In 1981 they hijacked Flight 414 to New Orleans and took its crew and passengers hostage, demanding the release of other Honduran leftists.
In 1988 they carried out an attack on US servicemen in Honduras wounding four outside a disco. Their overall attacks on US troops claimed 28 casualties. They also kidnapped the Vice President of Texaco and seized an OAS office and took hostages. And ironically, considering David Romero-Ellner's outrage over the raid on Radio Globo, seized radio stations to broadcast leftist propaganda.