Browsing All posts tagged under »Jean-Bertrand Aristide«

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

February 5, 2010

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    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, […]

ALLARD’s 2005 Article on Architect of Haiti’s Destabilization: Bush’s Proconsul, Caleb McCarry

January 26, 2010

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  Caleb McCarry doing what he does best:  dreaming up ways to screw the people of Haiti 10/28/05 Granma International (Havana) CALEB McCARRY: Bush’s man for Cuba author of the Haitian disaster   BY JEAN-GUY ALLARD-Special for Granma International   Havana, October 28, 2005   BY using ex-soldiers, henchmen and criminals to destabilize the government […]

HAITI: UN Shoots into Funeral Procession, Population Demands Preval Resign and Aristide Return

June 18, 2009

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The UN Peacekeeping mission has never been a force for peace in Haiti for the same reason that Israel has never been a force for peace in the Middle East– it is not to their advantage AND murdering Haitians/Palestinians has not been to their disadvantage.  The more that Israel can justify the threat from Palestinians, […]

IN HAITI, ARISTIDE LIVES

May 26, 2009

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LIBERTE 26 May 2009 IN HAITI ARISTIDE LIVES! by Charlie Hinton http://www.haitisolidarity.net/article.php?id=315 Four elections prove it. In 1990 and 2000, overwhelming majorities elected Jean-Bertrand Aristide president, but military coups overthrew him both times. In 2004, the U.S., France, and Canada led an occupation force that kidnapped and exiled him from the Americas. A United Nations […]

HAITI: Bill Clinton, Haiti’s Great White Hope? by John Maxwell

May 25, 2009

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“Haiti’s Great White Hope? COMMON SENSE JOHN MAXWELL Sunday, May 24, 2009 History is littered with treachery. In the noisome Slough of Dishonour are mired thousands of reputations, most of those who betrayed their own countries, like Pierre Laval, Vidkun Quisling, Jonas Savimbi and Augusto Pinochet. JOHN MAXWELL The deepest pits, though, the most purulent […]

HAITI: Canada’s NED? Whose Rights? What Sort of Democracy?

October 29, 2008

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Canada’s NED? Whose Rights? What Sort of Democracy? Haiti by Yves Engler Global Research, October 24, 2008 ZNet – 2006-09-16 These are the questions that must be asked of “Rights & Democracy,” a Montreal-based political group funded almost entirely by the Canadian government. This week Rights and Democracy has taken part in a smear campaign […]

Haiti Liberte: Guy Philippe Eludes Capture and Announces Candidacy

April 2, 2008

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Haiti Liberte:GUY PHILIPPE ELUDES CAPTURE AND ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY by Kim Ives Four years ago, former "rebel" leader Guy Philippe stood on the balcony of Haiti's former Army Headquarters and proclaimed: "I am chief. The military chief. The country is in my hands." Today, he is spends his time dodging capture by militarized teams dispatched by […]

HAITI: Video Evidence Released of UN Massacre in Haiti

January 25, 2008

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Video evidence of UN massacre in Haiti The release of the footage adds to the already controversial role of the UN in Haiti at a moment when they are trying to portray conditions as normalizing following the election of Rene Preval as president in 2006. 11.jpgojiqcm.jpg, image/jpeg, 720×480 A Haitian web site has released footage […]

VENEZUELA: Wash Post’s Obsession with Chavez

January 17, 2008

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If you are in the mood to submerge yourself in someone else’s hissy fit, check out this week’s Washington Post editorial on Hugo Chavez, Ally to Kidnappers: Venezuela’s Hugo Chávez endorses Colombian groups known for abductions, drug trafficking and mass murder. The subtitle gives you the basic thrust and makes it easy to dispense with […]