Washington’s war on Haiti and the neocolonial charity-industrial complex – with Kim Ives (video)

[The Haitian Revolution of 1791 was the largest and most successful slave revolt, culminating in Haiti’s independence from France in 1804. However, to this day, the Caribbean nation continues to be subjugated to imperialists -- the United States and France in particular. From the ousting of the popular, democratically elected and anti-imperialist government of Jean-Bertrand... Continue Reading →

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We Weep for Haiti: Cholera Rips Through Countryside

[A few weeks ago we discussed the dangers facing Haiti in the wake of Hurricane Matthew. We now find that Haitian society is in complete collapse. Foreign aid trickles in, people are so desperate they loot food right off the ships. In Haiti, having too much food puts you in danger even if you plan... Continue Reading →

Hurricane Matthew: Caribbean in the Cross-hairs!

[As Hurricane Matthew gains strength it is important to remember how these extreme weather events caused by global warming effect people from Third World nations.  Many have expressed concern for Haiti in particular. Haiti is the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. It has been the victim of the most US military interventions in history.... Continue Reading →

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