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Democracy, Haitian Style by Stephen Lendman

May 10, 2011


Here is yet another assessment of Haiti’s new President, Michel Martelly.  The author, Stephen Lendman, provides excellent political analysis and forecasts how Martelly might perform his two most important tasks — keeping the U. S. happy and keeping the Haitian pe0ple in check. DEMOCRACY, HAITIAN STYLE By Stephen Lendman (about the author)       Page 1 […]

CNN Video: Camp of 5,000 Haitians Without Food, Jobs and 12 Long Miles from Port-au-Prince

May 27, 2010


This is Camp Corail and for all it’s worth it might as well be the moon.  Yet, for the US and UN, it is  5,000 less Haitians in Port-au-Prince which serves the ultimate goal — dispersing dissent.

Port-au-Prince Heads to the Provinces: Little Food, No Infrastructure and No Jobs

March 15, 2010


Haitians who fled capital strain impoverished towns in countryside By William Booth Washington Post Foreign Service Monday, March 15, 2010; A07 LASCAHOBAS, HAITI — The earthquake that struck Haiti’s capital city has also jarred the impoverished countryside, sending 600,000 people into the provinces — where locals are now overwhelmed with the task of feeding and […]

No More Food Aid, Says Haitian President Rene Preval

March 8, 2010


No more food aid, Haitian leader urges By Marc Burleigh (AFP) – 1 hour ago  PORT-AU-PRINCE — International food aid to Haiti has to be scaled back so the quake-ravaged nation can find its feet through its own domestic production and employment, President Rene Preval said Monday. Preval told reporters he would make that point […]