Haitian Migrants at US-Mexico Border: An Exclusive Report


By Christiane Ndedi Essombe Haiti Chery California border, December 2016 The US-Mexico border witnessed at its doors in 2016 thousands of Haitians who sought to enter the US. At the San Ysidro port of entry alone, south of San Diego, over … Continue reading

Haiti’s Depopulation: A Globalist Project
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By Dady Chery Haiti Chery A full two-thirds of the earthquake casualties in Haiti on January 12, 2010 were directly due to policies that the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), World Bank, and United States Agency for International Development (USAID) put … Continue reading

Clinton and Associates’ For-Profit University
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“Let me tell you about the very rich. They are different from you and me.” F. Scott Fitzgerald Education is the latest public commons that is being turned into a commodity by a group of the world’s arrivistes, including Douglas Becker, … Continue reading

Aid-Money Laundering as an NGO Racket
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Dady Chery Haiti Chery It took the January 12, 2010 earthquake in Haiti to expose the rot in the world’s charities. Well-meaning people and their governments donated about $12 billion dollars of emergency aid, virtually none of which reached individual … Continue reading

Cholera in Haiti and Africa: The Peacekeepers’ Footprint
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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 years … Continue reading

Cinco de Mayo Battle of Puebla Victory Over the French


By Christopher Minster, Latin American History/About.com. Cinco de Mayo is a Mexican holiday that celebrates the victory over French forces on May 5, 1862 at the Battle of Puebla. The French attacked Mexico to try to collect a debt from this country after Mexican President Benito Juarez declared bankruptcy from a civil war, but the French were soundly defeated by a cavalry led by young General Porfirio Diaz.

Argentina Invokes Universal Jurisdiction for Crimes Against Humanity | Argentina invoca la jurisdicción universal para crímenes contra la humanidad


By Marcela Valente, IPS, Periodistas En Español | Princeton Principles of Universal Jurisdiction, Univ. Minnesota Human Rights Library. A judge in Argentina has begun to investigate human rights crimes committed during Spain’s civil war and the dictatorship of General Francisco Franco (between 1936 and 1975). The case is invoking the principle of universal jurisdiction for crimes against humanity and has landed in Argentina because Spain’s justice system is not effectively taking action. Indeed Spain is currently persecuting Judge Baltasar Garzón. This story is important to watch. Summary of Principles of Universal Jurisdiction included. (English | Spanish)