Dilma Rousseff, do Brasil: Não Golpe, e sim Reparação por causa de Corrupção Sistêmica
Dady Chery


Por Dady Chery e Gilbert Mercier Haiti Chery Traduzido por Murilo Leme Em votação pública aberta, a câmara baixa do Brasil votou esmagadoramente em 17 de abril de 2016 pelo impeachment de Dilma Rousseff. Os votos, 367 favoráveis a impeachment, em contraste com 137 … Continue reading

Brazil’s Dilma Rousseff: Not a Coup but Payback for Systemic Corruption
Dady Chery


UPDATES UPDATE #3, August 31, 2016. In a vote of 61 to 20, Dilma Rousseff was impeached by the Brazilian Senate. The count for impeachment exceeded 75 percent of the Senate, which was well above the required 66 percent. Rousseff … Continue reading

Boston Marathon Bombing: More Justification for Repression and Endless Global War on Terror
Dady Chery


By Gilbert Mercier and Dady Chery Haiti Chery We might never learn the motive behind the Boston Marathon bomb attack on Monday, April 15, 2013, which is reported to have killed three people and injured more than 170. It could … Continue reading

Love’s Celebration Is Worth Life’s Struggles
Dady Chery


By Dady Chery, Haiti Chery | News Junkie Post. “‘Why fight?’ Some ask, when we have probably passed the tipping point in climate change…. One might as well ask: Why live the best lives we can, although we will all die?…. But on accepting the human condition, we also discover that there is pleasure in cherishing what we cannot possess.”

Sandino: Beyond Borrowed Masks, True Identity | Sandino : el abandono del disfraz a favor de la identidad


By Toni Solo, Tortilla con Sal, Haiti Chery | Introduction by Dady Chery, Haiti Chery. Imperialist collaborators take pride in the degree to which they assume the posture and masks they borrow from the oppressors of the world’s peoples, the United States and Europe. The predecessors of Augusto Cesar Sandino and inheritors of his legacy make it possible for people to abandon those masks so as to recognize their own faces, know their own minds and find their own souls. (English | Spanish)

Nicaraguan Youth Reclaim Their Country


Courtesy of Tortilla con Sal, You Tube | Dady Chery, Haiti Chery. Nicaragua and Haiti have shared the same history of repelling a U.S. occupation only to face the harder task of resisting the unpatriotic army the occupation left behind. Nicaraguans are reclaiming their country, with the youth leading the charge and being the living proofs that the smiles are well worth the process.

A New Reserve Currency to Challenge the Dollar – What’s Really Going on in the Straits of Hormuz


By David Malone, Golem XIV. Many business transactions between countries no longer use the dollar. For example, the stand-off with Iran in the Straits of Hormuz over sanctions has a great deal to do with Iran’s moves to replace the dollar. Once it becomes more profitable for countries to use a basket of currencies tied to the yuan, then the yuan will effectively become the world’s reserve currency. UPDATE Feb 28: Central Bank of Iran formally announces that it can trade for gold and currencies other than the dollar.

Mithra: The Pagan Christ

300-400 CE

By S. Acharya and D. M. Murdock, Truth Be Known | Edited by Dady Chery for Haiti Chery. Mithra was born on December 25 of the virgin Anahita, wrapped in swaddling clothes, placed in a manger and attended by shepherds. Mithra became a great traveling teacher and master, with 12 disciples. He performed miracles. As the “great bull of the Sun,” Mithra sacrificed himself for world peace and ascended to heaven. He was viewed as the good shepherd, the way, truth, light, redeemer, savior, and messiah. Mithra is omniscient. He was identified with both the lion and the lamb. He set his marks on the foreheads of his soldiers. His sacred day was Sunday. His religion emphasized baptism and had a eucharist or Lord’s supper.

Christmas Without Jesus: Birth of the Unconquered Sun


By Staff, Essortment | Edited by Dady Chery, Haiti Chery. Christmas’ origins can be traced back to winter solstice celebrations like the Babylonian Feast of the Son of Isis, Roman Saturnalia, and birthday of Pagan sun god Mithras. In 350 Pope Julius I picked Mithras’ December 25 birthday as the date to celebrate Christ’s birth, although he was probably born in September. Hearty celebrations of the rebirth of the unconquered Sun!

Understanding the War in Libya

Editorial, Granma. In the war against Libya, Washington is simultaneously pursuing several objectives: taking control of oil, protecting the safety of Israel, preventing the liberation of the Arab world, hindering African unity, and setting up NATO as Africa’s watchdog.

Inequality: of the 1%, by the 1%, for the 1%

By Joseph E. Stiglitz, Illustration by Stephen Doyle, Vanity Fair. Americans have been watching protests against oppressive regimes that concentrate massive wealth in the hands of an elite few. Yet in our own democracy, 1 percent of the people take nearly a quarter of the nation’s income—an inequality even the wealthy will come to regret.

Haiti: A New U.S. Occupation Disguised as Disaster Relief?

By Arun Gupta, Z Magazine. Official denials aside, the United States has embarked on a new military occupation of Haiti thinly cloaked as disaster relief. By Arun Gupta, Z Magazine. Official denials aside, the United States has embarked on a new military occupation of Haiti thinly cloaked as disaster relief. By Arun Gupta, Z Magazine. Official denials aside, the United States has embarked on a new military occupation of Haiti thinly cloaked as disaster relief.

Haiti 2010: An Unwelcome Katrina Redux

By Cynthia McKinney, Z Magazine. “While the tears of the people of Haiti swell in my own eyes, and I remember their tremendous capacity for love, my broken heart and wet eyes don’t dampen my ability to understand the grave danger that now faces my friends in Haiti.” — Cynthia McKinney