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Update on Haiti: Disorganized and Ineffective Relief Efforts and Reasons for Military Occupation

The Haitian Disaster in a Historical Context

The Militarisation of Aid to Haiti: Selected Articles

HAARP Low Frequency Signals Recorded Before Haiti Quake

Media Disinformation regarding Emergency Relief in Haiti

Oil in Haiti: Reasons for the US Occupation

Haiti’s Oil, Gold & Iridium Resources Explains the Post Earthquake Occupation/Invasion

Crowds seeking aid in Haiti met with pepper spray and rubber bullets

The Militarization of Emergency Aid to Haiti: Is it a Humanitarian Operation or an Invasion?

Nine Latin American and Caribbean Countries Meet on Rebuilding Quake-hit Haiti

Chavez writes off Haiti’s oil debt to Venezuela

ALBA Countries Allocate $120 Million in Aid to Haiti

The Destabilization of Haiti: Anatomy of a Military Coup d’Etat

The US Navy has anchored one of its secret prisons in Haitian waters

US Mercenaries Set Sights on Haiti

US Security Company Offers to Perform “High Threat Terminations” and to Confront “Worker Unrest” in Haiti

Cost Dispute Halts Airlift of Injured Haiti Quake Victims

The United States has suspended its evacuations of critically injured Haitians until a dispute over who will pay for their care in Florida and other states is settled.

Toxic Wastes and Haiti

What the TV doesn’t tell us about Haiti

The world’s TV is showing, as we might expect, a false picture of reality. In the case of Haiti, this is all the more outrageous given the circumstances. With barely disguised racism they paint the picture of a people who are suffering but “ignorant” and “barbarous”, incapable of “keeping order” by themselves after the earthquake, necessitating a renewed colonial occupation, with a fresh US invasion.

Of course, no-one mentions the two-hundred-year sentence capitalism and imperialism imposed on the Haitian people for having carried out the only successful slaves’ social revolution in history. Still less do they tell us about recent events, like the significant workers’, students’ and peasants’ struggles against colonial occupation and Preval’s puppet government which developed in 2009.

Tree by Tree: Reforesting Haiti

 

PREVIOUSLY: 1/22/10 – Haiti Update: The News That’s Not On Your TV

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