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UN Official Frustrated with Haiti Progress. Does He Not Understand it is Going According to Plan?

June 6, 2010


The original coup plotters — the US, France, and Canada — and the occupier, the United Nations, have been trying to deal with a dilemma for the last six years. In 2004, the coup cabal kidnapped the much-loved, democratically-elected president, Jean-Bertrand Aristide, and appointed a murderous de facto government to replace him — two  actions […]

Ban Ki-moon Visits Haiti: Urges Donors to Keep the Money Flowing

March 14, 2010


UN chief urges donors to keep Haiti funds flowing Joseph Guyler Delva and Marine Hass PORT-AU-PRINCE Sun Mar 14, 2010 7:48pm EDT PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) – U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon vowed on Sunday to work to keep donor funds flowing for Haiti’s recovery and reconstruction following the devastating January earthquake in the poor Caribbean state. Making […]

Venezuela’s Anti-Hegemonic Aid in Haiti

February 23, 2010


Venezuela’s Anti-Hegemonic Aid In Haiti February 23rd 2010, by Kiraz Janicke – In a February 17 article “Venezuela’s Renegade Aid” published in the Huffington Post, freelance journalist Patrick Adams implies that there is something untoward and problematic about the Venezuelan aid effort in earthquake ravaged Haiti. Venezuela’s main crime appears to be its non-participation […]