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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The “Enforcers”: MINUSTAH and the Culture of Violence in Port-au-Prince

28 November 2011 — COHA

This analysis was prepared by COHA Research Associate Courtney Frantz

  • Although at first glance it may seem that Haitian protests against the presence of the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) are due to scattered incidents of violence committed by its members against locals, a close examination reveals a pattern of systematic acts of heavy repression against the population. Continue reading

Black Agenda Report: Occupying Wall Street: Demands VS Deeds, Iran in Crosshairs, BA Report for Oct 19, 2011

19 October 2011 — Black Agenda ReportNews, commentary and analysis from the black left

This week in Black Agenda Report
Occupy Wall Street: What You Can Demand versus What You Must DO

by BAR executive editor Glen Ford
Occupy Wall Street activists are under some pressures to come up with demands to make of the powerful. However, “in many cases, there is no point in demanding anything from your enemy, except that he drop dead in a hurry.” If Wall Street is an unadulterated evil as many OWS folks claim – and they are right – then what is to be demanded of the banksters and their friends? That they commit suicide, forthwith? And how do you reform a cancer away? “Well before 1999, Wall Street power had passed the point where it could be controlled by conventional regulation.”

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UN TOURISTAH (MINUSTAH) troops dump deadly disease on Black Haiti then blames the victims "preexisting condition"!

6 May 2011 — HLLN

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Since October 2010 when the UN-imported cholera outbreak was unleashed we knew this new international and imported excrement would kill thousands upon thousands of innocent Haitians, destroy our Artibonite breadbasket further than Clinton’s Arkansa rice-dumping US policies, sweatshop/export economy and unfair trade already has.

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Haiti's cholera misery: 5,000 dead – and UN peacekeepers to blame By Guy Adams

6 May 6th 2011 — independent.co.uk

Five thousand dead, 300,000 ill, and a medical emergency that has already lasted six months; now the people of Haiti have someone to blame for the cholera outbreak which has swept through their earthquake-ravaged country: the blue-helmeted peacekeepers of the United Nations.

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Haiti: Just When You Think It Can't Get Any Worse By Bev Bell

4 May 2011 — dailykos.com

We may soon look back on this period in Haiti with greater appreciation. Amidst the world-historic levels of death and suffering from last January’s earthquake, citizens have at least been spared the scale of government violence that has marked much of their nation’s past (not-with-standing attacks against internally displaced persons during forced evictions, and occasionally against street protesters.)

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Will Martelly Really “Change the System” ?

5 May 2011 — haiti-liberte.com

Upon returning from his three day trip to the U.S. last week, President-elect Joseph Michel Martelly summarized the different meetings he had during a press conference last Tuesday, Apr. 26.

In his presentation, Martelly contradicted statements he had made only shortly ago, such as about the Haitian Army’s restoration. “On the matter of the country’s security, when journalists asked us, we said that we were going to establish a force which will be called the Nation of Haiti’s Territorial Defense Force,” Martelly said. “It could cost between $10 to $15 million as opposed to the MINUSTAH [U.N. Mission to Stabilize Haiti] which costs $864 million. We all know that MINUSTAH was supposed to be something provisional, isn’t it?”

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“Haiti: We Must Kill the Bandits” – Recently Released Documentary Offers Searing Indictment of UN Intervention in Haiti

17 January, 2011 — Global Policy Form

Recently Released Documentary Offers Searing Indictment of UN Intervention in Haiti

While the world focuses on the one-year anniversary of the earthquake that devastated Haiti, a recently released documentary is a welcome reminder that Haiti’s history didn’t start in 2010. Haiti: We Must Kill the Bandits offers an uncompromising perspective on the years 2004-2005, when Haiti went through a coup that ousted democratically elected President Jean-Bertrand Aristide and a subsequent occupation by foreign troops under a UN Security Council mandate. The director, Kevin Pina, a Creole-speaking American journalist who has lived in Haiti on and off for 15 years, tells a story that has so far largely been outshone by the official narrative.

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CrossTalk on Haiti: failed aid — RT

13 January, 2011 — RT

On this edition of Peter Lavelle’s CrossTalk, he asks his guests why aid efforts in Haiti have largely failed. Who is to blame? Is it the UN, the US and its NGOs, or is it the fault of the Haitian people?

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OAS Diplomat's Words Rattle Haiti's Occupation Regime By Roger Annis

28 December 2010 — upsidedownworld

As the one-year anniversary of Haiti’s earthquake approaches, a brutally frank account of the plight of its people has been delivered by a highly placed diplomat. Ricardo Seitenfus, the representative to Haiti of the Organization of American States, delivered a hard-hitting assessment of the foreign role in that country in an interview published in the December 20 edition of the Swiss daily Le Temps.[i]

The interview also appeared in the right-wing, Haitian daily, Le Nouvelliste. For his words, he was immediately recalled from his posting.

Seitenfus is Brazilian and a graduate of the Institute of Advanced International Studies in Geneva. The truths he pronounced in the now-famous interview are not unique; they have been voiced by many Haitians and their allies abroad. But to hear them uttered by someone of his standing is a sign of the unraveling of a miserably-failed foreign military and political occupation force in Haiti.

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