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Haiti WikiLeaks Spark Political Furor and Elite Drama

July 21, 2011

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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

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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

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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

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     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 […]