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AFRICOM and the Recolonization of Africa: The Legacy of the Berlin Conference of 1884

April 18, 2010


  AFRICOM and the Recolonization of Africa The Legacy of the Berlin Conference of 1884 by Itai Muchena  Global Research, April 15, 2010 The Herald (Zimbabwe) – 2010-04-07 The hodgepodge of geometric boundaries that today divide Africa into 50 plus irregular nations under Eurocentric subjugation all started in Berlin, Germany on November 15, 1884. The […]

Chomsky Post-Earthquake: Aid Should Go to Haitian Popular Orgs, Not Contractors or NGOs

March 5, 2010


  Chomsky Post-Earthquake: Aid Should go to Haitian Popular Organizations, not to Contractors or NGOs Keane Bhatt For decades, Noam Chomsky has been an analyst and activist working in support of the Haitian people. In addition to his revolutionary linguistics career at MIT, he has written, lectured and protested against injustice for 40 years. He […]

Angry Demonstrators Demand Sarkozy to Pay Up and Return Aristide to Haiti

February 18, 2010


  For article, please click below: Angry demonstrators demand Sarkozy to pay up and return Aristide to Haiti The Haiti Information Project (HIP) is a non-profit alternative news service providing coverage and analysis of breaking developments in Haiti. Winner of the CENSORED 2008 REAL NEWS AWARD for Outstanding Investigative Journalism For further information about the […]

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 […]

A Giant Step for Mankind-Made in Haiti: The Bwa Kay Iman Uprising Against Slavery

February 5, 2010


    This is an excellent survey of the history of the brave people of Haiti.  A photograph of a slave ship in 1860   A Giant Step for Mankind – Made in Haïti The Bwa Kay Iman uprising against slavery   By Jean Saint-Vil Global Research, August 11, 2009   There was a time, not so long ago, […]

The Fateful Geological Prize Called Haiti (So This is What the U. S. Is Up To)

February 1, 2010


    The Fateful Geological Prize Called Haiti By F. William Engdahl Global Research, January 30, 2010 President becomes UN Special Envoy to earthquake-stricken Haiti.Behind the smoke, rubble and unending drama of human tragedy in the hapless Caribbean country, a drama is in full play for control of what geophysicists believe may be one of […]

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.  […]

HAITI: Can You Say “UN Trusteeship?” Zbigniew Brezhenski Can and Does

January 24, 2010


on Fareed Zakaria’s Sunday show, GPS.  Click here to see the interview.  Daniel Schorr called for a UN trusteeship on his National Public Radio program. And, here is an article in the Canadian Military Journal written a few years ago, “The Case for International Trusteeship in Haiti.” While a trusteeship for Haiti has been floated […]

HAITI: UN “Peacekeepers” in the Gaza Strip of the Caribbean

January 20, 2010

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The original article on this topic, “Haiti, the Gaza Strip of the Caribbean,” was written just after a July 6, 2005, UN massacre in Cite Soleil, one of  poorest neighborhoods in Port-au-Prince. The following article has much of the same information as the original with some updates.  In this article, the terms “UN” and “MINUSTAH,” which is the French acronym for the […]