Haiti: Enough Is Enough, Bring on the Revolution!
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Tweet By Dady Chery Haiti Chery Ask Haitians on the street why they have put their wiry bodies in the paths of the bullets and tear-gas canisters of Haiti’s various mercenary forces, foreign and domestic, and they will tell you … Continue reading

Cholera in Haiti and Africa: The Peacekeepers’ Footprint
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Tweet By Dady Chery Haiti Chery Like the plantain weed, Plantago major, which so reliably matched the movements of European settlers through North America that it became known as “the white man’s footprint,” the cholera epidemics of the last 15 … Continue reading

Haiti’s Lead Export: Brazil’s New Slaves
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Tweet By Dady Chery Haiti Chery It is a heritage of colonialism that its predatory economic systems outlast its victims’ independence declarations. And so today, paradoxically, slavery remains the top export of Haiti, the country that first broke its shackles. … Continue reading

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Haiti Elections: Circus for Diaspora, More Kaka from MINUSTAH
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Tweet UPDATES UPDATE #9, February 7, 2016. Michel Martelly’s failure to hold two rounds of legislative and local elections, and his departure today, leave Haiti with no president, no legislature, no local executives (mayors, governors), and a bogus prime minister who was … Continue reading

Earthquake Coup and Cholera Elections
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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

When Will MINUSTAH Leave Haiti?
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A man sharpens his machete inside Port-au-Prince's Petionville Club, a golf and tennis resort where some 50,000 Haitians displaced by the earthquake have set up makeshift shelters. The residents of the sprawling camp have also opened barbershops, beauty salons, and a market.

Tweet By Dady Chery Haiti Chery A reevaluation of the withdrawal of the United Nations (de)Stabilization Mission, MINUSTAH, from Haiti was discussed at a September 16, 2015 meeting of the UN Security Council (UNSC). This was a working meeting of … Continue reading

From Haiti to Guatemala: MINUSTAH’s Edmond Mulet Comes Home to Roost
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By Dady Chery, Haiti Chery. Today, we have a big shot returning from the United Nations Mission for the Stabilization of Haiti (MINUSTAH), one who descends from the Guatemala of Efrain Rios Montt (1982-1983): we have Edmond Mulet, the Assistant Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations at the UN and probably Guatemala’s next president.

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

Imperial Monroe Doctrine in Force: Quiet Coups in Latin America, the Case of Ecuador
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Tweet By Dady Chery Haiti Chery The appearance of stability in Latin America is preferable to any kind of political upheaval. The Monroe Doctrine is very much in force, but from a superficial look at elections and the constitutional order, … Continue reading

Yet More Brazilian Military Train to Take Command in HaitiMilitares treinam para exercer comando no Haiti

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CCOPAB, Brazilian Ministry of Defense, Air Forces | Translated from the Portuguese by Haiti Chery. Forty-two soldiers from the Brazilian Navy, Army and Air Force concluded on Friday, January 30, 2015 an Internship in the Preparation of Commanders and Staff (EPCOEM) for the 22nd Brazilian contingent for the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH). (English | Portuguese)

Haiti: Time for Clinton and Co to Pack and GoHaïti: L’heure du départ pour Clinton et compagnie a sonné
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By Dady Chery, Haiti Chery | News Junkie Post. This is not the first time the United States has occupied Haiti and been evicted from it. There is no other choice for the Clintons but to leave Haiti, together with their international cohort of parasites, including MINUSTAH, the NGOs and USAID. (English | French | German)

Brazil Tests Military Technology in Haiti, Trains Rising UN Troop Numbers

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By Olivia Freitas and Fabio Zanini, Haiti Chery | Brazil Soberano e Libre. Translated by Dady Chery. The Brazilian army and its industrial partners are using Haiti as a testing ground for their latest armored vehicle, called the Guarani, which is meant for domestic repression and sale to other countries like Israel for use in Gaza. Brazil is also training rising numbers of “peacekeepers” for deployment to Haiti, although the mission in Haiti is supposedly being reduced. High-level Brazilian military cite Haiti’s low risk level (i.e. the fact that they are not being shot at) as the reason for Haiti’s use as a testing ground and for training.

Et Tu, Brute? Haiti’s Betrayal By Latin AmericaEt Tu, Brute? Traição do Haiti pela América Latina
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By Dady Chery, Haiti Chery | News Junkie Post | zqxjkv0.blogspot.com. Translated from the English by Murilo Otávio Rodrigues Paes Leme. Current-day occupiers of Haiti from the regions that had been freed by Bolivar like to recall the “glorious relationship of Bolivar and Petion,” as if this could hypnotize Haitians and ever be a distraction as these occupiers continue a tradition of betrayal. (English | Portuguese)

GDP, Money and the World Cup
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Tweet By Gilbert Mercier and Dady Chery Haiti Chery No. It’s not only a game. The World Cup is about money. Lots of it. Quite apart from the $15 billion that Brazil spent “pacifying” the favelas and building stadiums in … Continue reading