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After Honduras, Nicaragua? Several Important Articles

April 23, 2010


After Honduras, Nicaragua? Managua, Apr 22 (Prensa Latina) The aggressive escalation started in recent days by the anti-Sandinista parties in Nicaragua seems to be part of a more extensive plan, in which this Central American nation is probably considered the most favorable scene for that plot to succeed. In a strategy clearly aimed at fostering […]

GOLINGER: 8 Years After Venezuelan Coup, “Coup and Countercoup, Revolution!”

April 14, 2010


President Chavez returns to the palace after 2002 coup   Coup and Countercoup, Revolution! By Eva Golinger – Correo del Orinoco International, April 13th 2010    In just 47 hours, a coup d’etat ousted President Chavez and a countercoup returned him to power, in an extraordinary showing of the will and determination of a dignified […]

News-Feb. 18: L’Agence Haitienne de Presse (AHP) – Coup Under Cover of Humanitarian Aid? Haiti to Become International Protectorate? and More

February 24, 2010


  AHP News – Feb. 18, 2010 – Eng. Translation (Unofficial) Please see the official site of AHP/Radio Solidarité at News Topics:  Patrick Elie urges sustained solidarity, warns of a coup under the cover of humanitarian aid , urges government reorganization,  Questions remain about the CEP — Mayors in the Metro area meet with […]

DEM NOW: Danny Glover Reports on Recent Visit with Former Haitian Pres., Jean-Bertrand Aristide, in So. Africa

February 11, 2010


Actor, Activist Danny Glover: Former Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide “Mystified” at US Resistance to His Return (TRANSCRIPT FOLLOWS – CLICK ON LINK ABOVE TO VIEW DEM NOW VIDEO OF INTERVIEW) Actor, activist and TransAfrica Forum chair Danny Glover joins us just after returning from South Africa, where he met with the ousted former Haitian president […]

LETTER TO HAITI: A proud, weeping, loving, and powerful ode to Haiti

February 7, 2010


FEBRUARY 7, 2010 Letter to Haiti by M. Nourbese Philip Photographer: Leah Gordon Haiti, I weep for you. I hide my tears because I’m on a flight from Kelowna, British Columbia, to Toronto, and who knows, with all the heightened security I fear they may think something’s amiss. That I’m weeping as a prelude to […]

The Destabilization of Haiti: The Anatomy of a Military Coup d’Etat by M. Chossudovsky

January 27, 2010


 The Destabilization of Haiti: Anatomy of a Military Coup d’Etat By Michel Chossudovsky Global Research, January 25, 2010   “Washington seeks to reinstate Haiti as a full-fledged US colony, with all the appearances of a functioning democracy. The objective is to impose a puppet regime in Port-au-Prince and establish a permanent US military presence in Haiti.  […]

VIDEO Salute to the Honduran Resistance As They Bid Farewell to Pres. Zelaya

January 27, 2010


President Zelaya is supposed to be granted safe passage out of Honduras today by the incoming Presdient Porfirio Lobo.  The Honduran Resistance will assemble at the airport to bid him farewell.  This seems like a good time to look back at the last seven months  and honor the Honduran Resistance which hit the streets June 28, […]

New Kevin Pina Video “Haiti: We Will Bend But We Will Not Break”

August 21, 2009

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HIP – A new educational video released today by journalist and filmmaker Kevin Pina entitled Haiti: We will bend but we will not break highlights the resistance before the coup of Feb. 29, 2004. In this 20-minute video we see the roots of Haiti’s movement representing the majority of the poor struggle to contain the […]

HONDURAS: FIDEL CASTRO, “What Should Be Demanded From the US”

July 17, 2009

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What Should Be Demanded From The United States Reflections by Comrade Fidel Castro The meeting in Costa Rica didn’t, nor could it, lead to peace. The people of Honduras are not at war, it’s just the perpetrators of the coup who are using weapons against the people. One should demand that they cease their war […]

HONDURAS: “The Country of Nada” – To Understand the Coup, Go Back to the 1980’s

July 14, 2009

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In an attempt to get background on the Honduras coup which took place on June 28, especially about the days when John Negroponte served as the US’ ambassador in Tegucigalpa, I stumbled upon the following article entitled, “The Country of Nada.” This article was written in 1986 and covers a wide range of issues: Honduran […]