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Haiti WikiLeaks Spark Political Furor and Elite Drama

July 21, 2011


10 Haiti Wikileaks Spark Political Furor and Elite Drama by Dan Coughlin The release of secret U.S. Embassy cables has provoked a maelstrom in Haitian politics, threatening the approval of a prime minister-designate, damaging the career of a leading right-wing politician, and throwing Haiti’s tiny and ultra-rich elite into a paroxysm of public mea culpas. […]

Special Report from Kevin Pina on Wyclef Jean Throwing Hat(s) in Ring for Haiti Prez

August 5, 2010


A special report from Kevin Pina on the decision by Wyclef Jean to run for president of Haiti. Listen to the report that begins at 40:00 minutes into the program. Guests include: Brian Concannon, Director, Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti Andre Joseph, Miami-based radio producer and political commentator Wadner Pierre, Haitian Journalist in […]

Latest Updates on Haiti: Kevin Pina Interviews Journalist on the Ground and Reps from Haiti Emergency Relief Fund, Aristide Foundation and Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti

July 7, 2010


Live from Haiti: Flashpoints Radio broadcast June 28 Kevin Pina interviews independent journalist Ansel Herz about growing desperation in the survivor camps, where an estimated 2 million Haitians are trying to survive as rains fall and the threat of hurricane is ever present. The program also speaks to Robert Roth of the Haiti Emergency Relief […]

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 […]