Blatant Fraud in Haiti Elections: Form Unity Government
Dady Chery

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UPDATES UPDATE #1, January 3, 2017. In a decision that defies any statistical analysis, Haiti’s thoroughly corrupt Interim Electoral Commission court (National Electoral Litigation Office, BCEN) announced that it has excluded from the election those randomly selected voter tabulation sheets … Continue reading

I, Hillary Rodham Clinton: Haiti’s Pay-to-Play IHRC
Dady Chery

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By Dady Chery Haiti Chery From its inception, and well before it made $10 billion of earthquake aid money disappear, Bill and Hillary Clinton’s Interim Haiti Recovery Commission (IHRC) was a vicious joke on Haitians. The original name, Commission Intérimaire … Continue reading

Amaral Duclona: Bogeyman of Haiti’s Foreign Occupation

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UPDATES UPDATE #1, February 12, 2016. Incredibly, Amaral Duclona was acquitted of all charges today on appeal! By Dady Chery Haiti Chery If you did not know the man’s name, and you were unfamiliar with the Western press’ habit of … Continue reading

The Clinton Plan for Haiti
Dady Chery

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By Dady Chery Haiti Chery When news of Haiti died down in the mainstream media two months after the earthquake, things had not cooled down: quite the contrary, they had just started to simmer. A highly controversial State of Emergency … Continue reading

Dominicans Are Not Haiti’s Enemies, Corruption and Occupation Are
Dady Chery

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By Dady Chery Haiti Chery We love blood, don’t we? As if, by staring at our reflections in this viscous red liquid we might lose fear. We are horrified and entranced by the eviscerated child in Gaza, or the naked … Continue reading

Haiti’s Puppet Masters By Another Name | Les marionnettistes d’Haïti par un autre nom

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By Staff, Radio Metropole | Translation and editorial comment by Dady Chery, Haiti Chery. With the recent reactivation of the defunct 2005 Council of Economic and Social Development (Conseil de Développement Economique et Social), Haiti establishes a permanent dictatorship — with elections. The CESD replaces the Interim Commission for Haiti Reconstruction (ICHR). (English | French)

Poison Seeds, Herbicides, Pushed Again on Haitian Farmers | Des semences empoisonnées et des herbicides encore forcées sur les paysans haïtiens

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By Edner Son Décime, AlterPresse | Benjamin Fernandez, Le Monde Diplomatique | Marie-Monique Robin, YouTube | Translation and editorial comment by Dady Chery, Haiti Chery. Unwanted Monsanto hybrid and genetically modified (GMO) seeds are once again being pushed as aid on Haitian farmers. Together with expensive fertilizers, and harmful pesticides and herbicides, these seeds that cannot reproduce themselves are not genuine aid but a project to convert Haitian farmers from producers into helpers. Includes full-length documentary video “The world according to Monsanto.” (English | French)

Where the Devil Did the Reconstruction Money Go? | Mais où diable est passé l’argent de la reconstruction?

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Bill Quigley and Amber Ramanauskas, Courrier Internationale | San Francisco Bay View | Live from Haiti, Video. Emergency aid funds for Haiti were used by the U.S. mostly to pay itself. An alternative way to think about this story is to consider that earthquake-ravaged Haiti donated massive amounts of aid funds to the west — especially the U.S.– and Haiti is the world’s biggest “aid donor” per capita. (English | French)

Massive Rally Marks Anniversary of Aristide Landslide in Free and Fair ElectionsRassemblement de Fanmi Lavalas à l’occasion du 21ème anniversaire des élections libres et démocratiques en Haïti

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By Staff, AHP | Translated by Dady Chery, Haiti Chery. Thousands of Fanmi Lavalas supporters rallied on Friday December 16th to commemorate the 21st anniversary of the elections that brought Father Jean Bertrand Aristide to the presidency of Haiti with more votes in 1990 than both presidential candidates combined received in the 2011 2nd-round elections. (English | French)

Wikileaked U.S. Cables Paint Portrait of Brutal, Ineffectual and Polluting U.N. Force in Haiti

By Dan Coughlin, Haiti Liberté. United Nations forces occupying Haiti were poorly trained, spied on student groups, impaired elections, and recklessly shot, killed and wounded hundreds of civilians, according to secret U.S. diplomatic cables.By Dan Coughlin, Haiti Liberté. United Nations forces occupying Haiti were poorly trained, spied on student groups, impaired elections, and recklessly shot, killed and wounded hundreds of civilians, according to secret U.S. diplomatic cables.By Dan Coughlin, Haiti Liberté. United Nations forces occupying Haiti were poorly trained, spied on student groups, impaired elections, and recklessly shot, killed and wounded hundreds of civilians, according to secret U.S. diplomatic cables.

Haiti: After the Quake

By Sebastian Walker Al Jazeera Sebastian Walker saw firsthand how Haitians dug up their dead from the rubble with their bare hands. He witnessed people struggling to recover from an earthquake, violent weather and disease. Millions throughout the country were … Continue reading

Let Them Live on $3 a Day | Usines Levis et Hanes ont combattu, avec l’ambassade des É.-U., l’augmentation du salaire minimum en Haïti

By Dan Coughlin and Kim Ives, The Nation. Contractors for Fruit of the Loom, Hanes, and Levi’s worked in close concert with the US Embassy when they aggressively moved to block a minimum wage increase for Haitian assembly zone workers, the lowest-paid in the hemisphere, according to secret State Department cables. (English | French)

U.S. Awful Treatment of Haiti, According to WikiLeaks

By Adam Clark Estes, The Atlantic Wire. To block the PetroCaribe deal between Venezuela and Haiti, which would have saved the Haitian government “USD 100 million per year,” but the U.S. enlisted the help of Chevron and ExxonMobil to refuse to transport PetroCaribe oil, a necessary requirement for Haiti to sign the deal. Meanwhile U.S. garment companies opposed raising the minimum wage from $3 to $5 per day.