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And this reality, from the perspective of a human rights organization, is unacceptable and reprehensible. A recent article by Tom Burghardt describes in detail how the U. is indeed the prime source of the grisly violence plaguing this region. S., in fighting the so-called "war on drugs," is fueling the conflict with guns and advanced weaponry -- weaponry which helps to prop up repressive governments such as those in Mexico, Honduras and Colombia; which in any case ends up in the hands of the very drug cartels the U. is claiming to fight (e.g., through the Fast & Furious program); and which is killing massive numbers of civilians (50,000 in Mexico and 250,000 in Colombia).
No wonder then that the entire region was united against the U. and Canada in calling at the Summit of the Americas for the end to this war and to the de-criminalization of drugs.
COFADEH has taken on renewed importance in Honduras after the 2009 military coup against President Manual Zelaya which was at least tacitly supported by the United States.
Since that time, the types of killings and disappearances which led to COFADEH's creation have started again, and are entirely the responsibility of the U. Thus, according to a wonderful February, 2012 piece in the by Dana Frank, who relies heavily on COFADEH's figures, "at least 34 members of the opposition have disappeared or been killed, and more than 300 people have been killed by state security forces since the coup," including at least 13 journalists. army] protected under the new hegemonic concept of the "war on drugs," legalized with reforms to the 1953 Military Treaty, violates our territorial sovereignty and kills civilians as if it was in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya or Syria.