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VIDEO: Canada’s Police State – Scenes from the G-20

July 8, 2010

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O, Canada, no wonder you are such a good surrogate for your master to the south.

The G-8 Inviting Trouble? More Like Causing It for its LatAm, Caribbean and African Invitees

June 15, 2010

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 Any time the G-8  invites a country to a meeting about combatting “security challenges,” it means two things:  millions of dollars for the purchase of weapons and other equipment and selling  the country’s soul by allowing the US to use land and military (or paramilitary) to achieve goals that will destroy relationships with neighboring countries. Welcome to the next G-8 meeting to be held […]

HAITI: Canadian PM Harper Today, President Sarkozy Tomorrow and Those Damned Photo Ops with Haitian Kids

February 16, 2010

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Harper lauds troops in Haiti, takes swipe at Liberals Prime Minister Stephen Harper greets two Haitian girls on Feb. 16, 2010 during a visit to a Canadian Army field hospital in Jacmel. AFP/Getty Images      ‘To do soft power, you need hard power,’ Prime Minister says of Canada’s relief efforts    Léogâne, Haiti — […]

UPDATE on MONTREAL Mtg. on Haiti: Haiti PM Bellerive Throws a Left Curve

January 25, 2010

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Three articles follow: As of 6:00 PM EST UN to Host Haiti Donors Meeting in March People walk through rubble in the market area in Port-au-Prince, on Jan. 18.People walk through rubble in the market area in Port-au-Prince, on Jan. 18. (Gerald Herbert/Associated Press) International donors will meet in March at the United Nations headquarters […]

MONTREAL Mtg. on Haiti: Where Deals Will Be Cut and An Open Letter to Cancel the Damn Debt Will Be Ignored

January 25, 2010

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Below is a report about today’s Haiti meeting in Montreal where governments will come together to remix the dough and cut the pie into self-serving pieces.   Keep your eye on Canada — the perpetual proxy of the US and France in all things dealing with Haiti. Further below, is an open letter to governments attending the Montreal meeting, […]