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Democracy, Haitian Style by Stephen Lendman

May 10, 2011

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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

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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

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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

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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 […]