La mise-en-scène du retour d’Aristide et le choix de sa dauphine Maryse Narcisse en Haïti
Dady Chery


Tweet Une fois de plus, Jean-Bertrand Aristide est utilisé comme un front pour aider à légitimer le pillage d’Haïti par la communauté internationale. Le 29 et 30 septembre, tandis qu’un groupe de plus de 15 partis politiques haïtiens organisaient une … Continue reading

Staged Aristide Return to Push Haiti Elections
Dady Chery


Tweet By Dady Chery Haiti Chery Once again, Jean-Bertrand Aristide’s person is serving as a front to help legitimize Haiti’s pillage by the international community. On September 29 and 30, while a group of more than 15 Haitian political parties … Continue reading

Earthquake Coup and Cholera Elections
Dady Chery


Tweet Dady Chery Talks to Anita Stewart About Haiti – Part 2 The following interview is part 2 of a three-part series on Challenging the Rhetoric on August 26-28, which was originally broadcast on Wise Women Media on August 5, … Continue reading

Doutrina Monroe Imperial Vigente: Golpes Silenciosos na América Latina, o Caso do Equador
Dady Chery


Por Dady Chery, Haiti Chery | Traduzido do inglês por Murilo Otávio Rodrigues Paes Leme. A estabilidade da América Latina, contudo, é a estabilidade de paciente comatoso. Começou com maciça expansão em tempo de paz de forças policiais e militares em Argentina, Brasil e Chile (ABC), começando em torno de 2004, com patrocínio das Nações Unidas. (Inglês | Português)

Pensée impériale


Par Michel-Ange Cadet, Haiti Chery | Tableaux de Gerard Fortuné. “Leurs intérêts pour l’homme, les races humaines, et les nations se réduisent à ce que ces hommes peuvent leur rapporter. L’appétit pour l’or, la richesse, la gloire, et pour dominer et assujettir constituent l’essence même de l’idéal impérial.”

Copa Mundial 2014: Hermoso juego muestra fea desigualdad


Por Gilbert Mercier, Haiti Chery | News Junkie Post. Durante décadas, “joga bonito” era una manera inocente de la vida. Ahora bien, es un gran negocio en el que la corrupción, la codicia, la mentalidad de mercenario, y el comportamiento criminal, incluso francamente proliferan.

Jean Matulnes Lamy: Haiti’s ‘Peasants Built Ile a Vache!’ – Part II


Introduction and translation by Dady Chery, Haiti Chery | Second part of the interview of Jean Matulnes Lamy and Louis Jean Gadi, both members of the Organization of Ile a Vache Farmers (Konbit Peyizan Ilavach, or KOPI), with Sonny Esteus of Radio VKI. Mr. Lamy is currently imprisoned in Port-au-Prince’s infamous National Petinentiary, where he was taken without charge or trial on February 25, 2014. The protests continue.

Jean Matulnes Lamy: Haiti’s ‘Peasants Built Ile a Vache!’ – Part I


Introduction and translation by Dady Chery, Haiti Chery | This interview of Mr. Jean Matulnes Lami, together with Mr. Louis Jean Gadi, both members of the Organization of Ile A Vache Farmers (KOPI), was with Mr. Sonny Esteus of Radio VKI. It was originally broadcast on January 17, 2014 and rebroadcast on March 10, 2014. Lamy and Gadi discuss the history of land ownership and beautification at Ile a Vache and the issues that currently trouble the islanders, including their exclusion from the development decisions.

Haiti’s Peasants Fight Land Grab of Offshore Islands for EcotourismLes paysans d’Haïti luttent contre l’usurpation des îles du pays pour l’écotourisme
Dady Chery


Sources: Haiti Chery | Radyo VKM | AlterPresse | Caribbean Journal. Reported and translated by Dady Chery for Haiti Chery. Haitian farmers, on the unspoiled offshore 20-square-mile island Ile a Vache, object to the appropriation of their lands by the government to dredge a port, build an airport, golf course, roads, manicured villages and sustainable farms for ecotourism. (English | French)

Aaron Swartz’ s Guerrilla Open Access Manifesto


By Aaron Swartz | Haiti Chery. “The world’s entire scientific and cultural heritage, published over centuries in books and journals, is increasingly being digitized and locked up by a handful of private corporations….”

Gee-Whiz Science or Biopiracy?


By Sifelani Tsiki, The Herald | Editorial comment by Dady Chery, Haiti Chery. Pharmaceutical, cosmetic, and food companies have made millions on plant species that have been used for generations by indigenous groups. Africa could be losing more than US $15 billion from its biodiversity as medicines, cosmetics, agricultural products from indigenous knowledge are illegally patented by multinational companies without benefits accruing to local communities in the countries of origin.

India Shut Down By General Strike Against Neoliberal Reforms


By Staff, News Track India. An opposition-called shutdown against economic reforms hit normal life in many states of India, where shops and businesses in these states were universally shut. Rail and road transport was also badly hit, inconveniencing millions. The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) estimates that the Indian economy lost $2.25 billion because of the pan-India work stoppage.

Deadly Denim


By Staff, International Labor Rights Forum. Two separate fires in Pakistan killed more than 300 trapped workers: 289 workers in a Karachi apparel factory (sweatshop) and 25 workers in a Lahore shoe factory on Tuesday September 11, 2012. National Trade Union Federation of Pakistan (NTUF) leader Nasir Mansoor called this the “darkest and saddest day in the history of Pakistan’s labor movement.” The fires are considered to be the logical result of the low prices buyers offer the factories and the quick deliveries they demand.

Occupy: Where Do We Go From Here?


Interview of Michael Novick with Gilbert Mercier, New Junkie Post | Editorial Comment by Dady Chery, Haiti Chery. Occupy is one year-old. One would think from the news that this nascent movement is merely a series of arbitrary skirmishes between protesters and police. But if there is one area where Occupy has shined, it has been in its alliance with Labor. This excellent December 2011 article and interview of an Occupy Los Angeles organizer discusses one of the earliest efforts by Occupy to ally itself with Labor and nicely articulates the hopes for the movement.