Dady Chery Discusses Haiti’s Struggle Against Occupation with Ruthann Amarteifio
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By Dady Chery Haiti Chery Ruthann Amarteifio: It has been a long time. So Dady, you have been writing a book called We Have Dared to Be Free, for five years. Before the dreadful earthquake in Haiti in 2010, you … 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.

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 the … Continue reading

Charlemagne Peralte’s Call to Arms, Declaration of War | L’appel de Charlemagne Péralte aux armes et sa déclaration de guerre

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By Charlemagne Peralte, Haiti Chery. “Despite the principles of international law usually adopted by civilized nations,… the American Government got involved in the internal affairs of the small republic of Haiti and imposed a rule whose approval by the Haitian Parliament was guaranteed enforced by military occupation….”

Genocide in Haiti: Carelessness or Malice?

By Dady Chery, Haiti Chery. The United Nations and 42 non-governmental organizations (NGO) are asking to be paid about $600 for every Haitian to be contaminated with cholera. The exact numbers are $164 million for 270,000 Haitians to be contaminated. There is money in cholera.By Dady Chery, Axis of Logic. The UN and 42 NGOs are asking to be paid $607 dollars for every Haitian to be contaminated with cholera. That’s right. The exact numbers are 164 million dollars for 270,000 Haitians to be contaminated. Do the math. There is money in cholera.By Dady Chery, Axis of Logic. The UN and 42 NGOs are asking to be paid $607 dollars for every Haitian to be contaminated with cholera. That’s right. The exact numbers are 164 million dollars for 270,000 Haitians to be contaminated. Do the math. There is money in cholera.

Tout Moun Se Moun: The Haitian Revolution as a Permanent State of Mind

By Dady Chery, Haiti Chery. It is Haitian Independence Day, and I am in a mood to celebrate year two-hundred and six. The stereo blasts a wild, up-tempo, tune. Haitian drums burn! As I dance, I explain to my befuddled husband that this exhuberant song is about a woman who survived a storm. She is stuck up a tree and singing that her day to die has not yet come.By Dady Chery, Axis of Logic. It is Haitian Independence Day, and I am in a mood to celebrate year two-hundred and six. The stereo blasts a wild, up-tempo, tune. Haitian drums burn! As I dance, I explain to my befuddled husband that this exhuberant song is about a woman who survived a storm. She is stuck up a tree and singing that her day to die has not yet come.By Dady Chery, Axis of Logic. It is Haitian Independence Day, and I am in a mood to celebrate year two-hundred and six. The stereo blasts a wild, up-tempo, tune. Haitian drums burn! As I dance, I explain to my befuddled husband that this exhuberant song is about a woman who survived a storm. She is stuck up a tree and singing that her day to die has not yet come.

The Humanitarian Myth

By Richard Seymour, Socialist Worker. Within days of Haiti suffering an earthquake registering 7.0 on the Richter scale, the U.S. government had sent thousands of 82nd Airborne troops and Marines, alongside the super-carrier USS Carl Vinson. “We are there for the long term.” – Alejandro Wolff, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations.