Haiti: The Epic of a Great Popular Uprising By Carlos Aznarez

17 June 2019 — Internationalist 360°

For almost two weeks now, the people of Haiti have been the protagonists of a large-scale insurrection. Two weeks, if not two months, two years or two centuries. But despite this, the world continues to ignore the bravery of these women and men who, as Haitian wrestler Henry Boisrolin rightly says, “have nothing left to lose because even their lives have been taken away”.

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Haiti Facing Worst Crisis Since 1986? By Nancy Roc

10 April 2019 — Global Research

While Haiti’s failure is reaching a peak, the international community’s behavior needs to change to allow Haitians to turn things around themselves.

“Here we go again in #Haiti. Another messy morning in #PAP where getting gas has become a matter of who you know because pumps are only delivering on a privilege basis. This station at Bois-Patate says it’s only giving diesel to intl organizations”. This tweet from Miami Herald’s Caribbean correspondent, Jacqueline Charles, on April 2, 2019, captures the mood of what Haitians face on a daily basis..  And not just for fuel.

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Ghosts of Massacre in Haiti Haunt Bolsonaro Government Generals By Leonardo Fernandes

18 March 2019 — Internationalist 360°

Atuação no exterior teria formado uma "casta" dentro das Forças Armadas brasileiras, segundo especialistas - Créditos: Hector Retamal/AFP

Working abroad would have created a “caste” within the Brazilian Armed Forces, according to experts / Hector Retamal/AFP

Generals who have been at the forefront of controversial actions by the Peace Mission in Haiti hold strategic positions in government

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Remembering Emmanuel Drèd Wilmè, Lovinsky Pierre Antoine, Haiti freedom fighters

4 July 2014 — HLLN

This (July 4, 2012) re-post is dedicated to Emmanuel Drèd Wilmè, the most hunted Black man in Haiti stood up against the US occupation behind UN mercenary guns in 2004 for 17-months until he was assassinated by UN multinational guns on July 6, 2005.  HLLN honors the life of the Haiti hero for the 21st century, Emmanuel Drèd Wilmè (See info below). HLLN also remembers with honor and maximum respect, Lovinsky Pierre Antoine, Haiti human rights icon, disappeared in UN occupied Haiti, August 12, 2008.
Ayisyen kote nou ye?   http://www.ezilidanto.com/zili/2012/07/4100/
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Haiti: Thousands Demonstrate Calling for End of UN Occupation and Resignation of President and Prime Minister By Thomas Péralte

3 April 2014 — Haïti Liberté

Fanmi Lavalas Calls for the Resignation of Lamothe, but Not of Martelly

manifestation_29_mars_2014_326747180On Sat., Mar. 29, 2014, the anniversary of the 1987 Haitian Constitution, tens of thousands of people took to the streets of the capital, Port-au-Prince, and Haiti’s second largest city, Cap-Haïtien, to demand the unconditional departure of President Michel Joseph Martelly, despite a strange reticence from the Lavalas Family party’s Executive Committee.

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Dominican-Haitian Tensions: Wag the Dog or Prelude to Genocide? By Dady Chery

2 December 2013 — News Junkie Post

A decision that strips citizenship from over 200,000 Black Dominicans was passed by the Dominican Republic’s Constitutional Court on September 23, 2013. This highly flawed ruling designates at least four generations of DR-born individuals who descended from migrant Haitian laborers between 1929 and 2007, as being the offsprings of transients and therefore unqualified for citizenship. Continue reading

HLLN: UN shoots five bullets into 14 year old unarmed student / Like Haiti, Honduras has World Bank, IMF to thank for its poverty…

3 December 2013 — HLLN

Recommended HLLN Link: Honduras has World Bank, IMF to thank for its poverty Its current plight is, for the most part, by design http://bit.ly/1g34OOZ

Haitian migrants risk Dominican deportation: Thousands of descendants face expulsion from adopted homeland following court ruling http://aje.me/1846mpk

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On Working White Liberals | Paul Farmer, special envoy for criminal UN mission in Haiti | A Free Haiti – Nov. 18th Vertierres Post | Boycott the DR announcements

9 November 2013 — HLLN

Recommended HLLN Links: Vertierres – The greatest battle ever fought on this planet http://bit.ly/12PGpmg

Legal responsibility of UN for reckless transmission of a contagious disease http://bit.ly/15kOuCZ

UN claims to be above the law, says its legal to kill 8000 Haitians with impunity – http://bit.ly/YjAMKs

 

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Victims of Haiti cholera epidemic sue the United Nations By John Marion

24 October 2013 — WSWS

On October 9, a lawsuit was filed against the United Nations in the US federal court for the southern district of New York by lawyers from the Bureau des Avocats Internationaux, the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti, and a Miami law firm. The suit, brought on behalf of the families of five victims of the Haitian cholera epidemic, seeks class action status for all victims of the epidemic, which to date has caused at least 8,300 deaths and left more than 679,000 sick.

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Haiti's New Dictatorship By Justin Podur

19 December 2012The Bullet • Socialist Project • E-Bulletin No. 747

What constitutes a dictatorship? Haiti had an election in 2006, which the popular candidate won. It had an election in 2011, which had one of the lowest turnouts in recent history and which was subject to all kinds of external manipulation. Given these elections, is it unfair to call Haiti, a country that suffered 30 years of classic dictatorship under the Duvaliers from the 1950s to the 1980s, a dictatorship today? Continue reading

Ezili's HLLN on truth in a time of universal deceit

17 March 2012HLLN

 

“These insects invading Haiti are reprobates, racist and narcissistic, analogous to the rich and high-born serial killers conducting their depravity at private clubs – gated compounds left alone by police because of the pathology of power, respect for old money and Ivy League reputations.

 

Their shameless reign is called Western civilization, hope for Haiti and the ultimate in technology-transfer and US democracy when its nothing if not high classed criminals disemboweling their defenseless preys in  Haiti with everyone’s eyes wide open. Refusing to see…”

 

For complete essay, go to Haiti’s cholera case against UN in light of USUN recent admissions

 

http://www.ezilidanto.com/zili/2012/03/haitis-cholera-case-against-the-un-in-light-of-unus-recent-admissions/

 

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