I believe that changing the status quo in Honduras should not focus primarily on forcibly redistributing wealth. It does no good to alienate the business class because… yes, it is Honduras’ business community that provides the bulk of the jobs in the country. I think that changing the status quo starts with great and visionary leadership which focuses on inspiring the business community, as well as average citizens, to willingly and enthusiastically invest a greater portion of their human and financial capital in the empowerment of the people of Honduras, primarily the poor and powerless. Great leaders inspire and unite rather than coerce and divide. Mr. Zelaya coerced and divided. The way to inspire and unite is to guide a national dialogue that informs and demonstrates why it is to everyone’s benefit to care for one another more, and particularly for those who can’t care for themselves. Having a country of uneducated, untrained, unemployed, unloved people is a danger for all.
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