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Clinton Garners $20M from Mexican Telecom Billionaire and Canadian Mining Exec for Haitian Business Loan Program

June 17, 2010


What does it mean when a telecom billionaire and a mining executive contribute $20M for a business loan program in Haiti?  It means that these guys just bought themselves total access to the telecom and mining industries in Haiti. Commission Pledges $20M to Help Haitian Businesses BY TRENTON DANIEL AND JACQUELINE CHARLES PETIONVILLE — Former President […]

The G-8 Inviting Trouble? More Like Causing It for its LatAm, Caribbean and African Invitees

June 15, 2010


 Any time the G-8  invites a country to a meeting about combatting “security challenges,” it means two things:  millions of dollars for the purchase of weapons and other equipment and selling  the country’s soul by allowing the US to use land and military (or paramilitary) to achieve goals that will destroy relationships with neighboring countries. Welcome to the next G-8 meeting to be held […]

A Very Canadian Coup in Haiti: 10 Ways Canada Aided 2004 Coup and its Reign of Terror

June 14, 2010


     Pic above:  After the coup, the US-French-Canadian cabal “selected” Haiti’s new leadership:  former head of the Haitian Supreme Court, Boniface Alexandre (center) became President and Gerard Latortue (right), a former UN functionary who had retired to Boca Raton, FL and had his own TV talk show, became Prime Minister.   These two were just what the cabal doctors […]

UN Official Frustrated with Haiti Progress. Does He Not Understand it is Going According to Plan?

June 6, 2010


The original coup plotters — the US, France, and Canada — and the occupier, the United Nations, have been trying to deal with a dilemma for the last six years. In 2004, the coup cabal kidnapped the much-loved, democratically-elected president, Jean-Bertrand Aristide, and appointed a murderous de facto government to replace him — two  actions […]

Haiti “Safe” in the Cradle of Capitalism -Senate Ready to Issue $3.5B for Rebuilding

May 24, 2010


It must be hard for Haitians living in miserable homeless camps with nothing but tarps for cover, little food and water, and on the verge of a diptheria outbeak (among many others) to see how they will be helped by the US Congress’ intention to authorize $3.5 billion for Haiti reconstruction projects which will be awarded to US businesses, […]

Haitian Prison Guards Execute Unarmed Inmates – Article and Video

May 23, 2010


In yesterday’s New York Times, I was surprised to see a story about a NYT investigation into prison guards killing unarmed inmates on January 19 in a Haitian prison located in Les Cayes.  I wasn’t surprised that the the guards killed the men in cold blood, but, I was flabbergasted that NYT would devote seven pages to the story […]

“We Want Our Voices to be Heard”: Democracy in Haiti’s Earthquake Zone

May 5, 2010


“We Want Our Voices to be Heard”:  Democracy in Haiti’s Earthquake Zone  by Laura Flynn “We are living in the mud.  We are wet and we are hungry.  Those in charge have left us without hope. If they have a plan we do not know it.   We are asking about the future.   And we want […]

Preparing Haiti for Exploitation and Plunder

May 1, 2010


May 1, 2010 at 05:07:45 Preparing Haiti for Exploitation and Plunder By Stephen Lendman (about the author)      For OpEdNews: Stephen Lendman – Writer Preparing Haiti for Exploitation and Plunder – by Stephen Lendman Over 15 weeks post-quake, Haiti’s imperial takeover is proceeding. It began straightaway after the calamity, Haitians victimized by denied aid, appalling repression, […]

Haiti’s World – According to the UN (Moon, Mulet, MINUSTAH) 2 articles

April 28, 2010


“Falling behind in this regard would “seriously undermine the stability we have been working towards in Haiti for many years,” he stated.”  –Edmond Mulet Say What???   Secretary-General requests rapid boosting of Haitian mission’s technical capacity 27 April 2010 – Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today urged the Security Council to endorse a rapid strengthening of the […]

Haiti Union Leader Interview: “We’re Looking for Solidarity. Charity We’re Not Interested In.”

April 26, 2010


  CUPE BC President Barry O’Neill (left) and Secretary Treasurer Mark Hancock with Dukens Raphael, April 24, 2010. Interview with Haiti union leader Dukens Raphael in Vancouver During the 47th annual convention (April 21-24) of the British Columbia division of the Canadian Union of Public Employees, CUPE Communications sat down with international guest speaker Dukens Raphael, secretary-general of […]