Hurricane Matthew Devastates Haiti’s Southern Peninsula

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By Kim Ives Haiti Chery Hurricane Matthew, a Category 4 storm with sustained winds of 140 mph, slammed into Haiti’s southern peninsula in the early morning hours of Tuesday, October 4, 2016, leaving a swath of ripped off roofs, stripped … Continue reading

Carnaval 2012: A Musical Indictment of Corruption in Haiti

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Music by Don Kato, Boukman Eksperyans, Vwadezil, You Tube | Introduction by Dady Chery, Haiti Chery. Nearly every Haitian Carnival 2012 song is an indictment of the current state of affairs — corruption, cholera, rapes, MINUSTAH. We dance to it all. We’re not partying to forget but to remember. The truth does not take away our joy. By all means, drop all inhibition and get those hips rolling. (songs in Creole)

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.

Cholera for Sale In a Blue Plastic Bag: Infected Water Distributed in Haiti as Purified

By Dady Chery, Haiti Chery. As of October 28, 2010, over 300 Haitians have died and over 4,000 have fallen ill of cholera. The press immediately blamed “poor sanitation in the camps” for the outbreak, although the outbreak began in the pristine small towns of St. Marc and Mirebalais that had not suffered any earthquake damage.By Dady Chery, Axis of Logic. As of October 28th, over 300 Haitians has died and over 4,000 has fallen ill of cholera. The press immediately blamed “Poor sanitation in the camps” for the outbreak, although the outbreak began in the pristine small towns of St. Marc and Mirebalais that had not suffered earthquake damage.By Dady Chery, Axis of Logic. As of October 28th, over 300 Haitians has died and over 4,000 has fallen ill of cholera. The press immediately blamed “Poor sanitation in the camps” for the outbreak, although the outbreak began in the pristine small towns of St. Marc and Mirebalais that had not suffered earthquake damage.

The Battle in Haiti for a Town Called Ganthier: Complicity of NGOs in a Land Grab

By Dady Chery, Haiti Chery. A wealthy man in the Ganthier area is accused of expropriating over 9,000 acres of land coveted by various NGOs and selling the majority of this land to high-level members of the police force, former ministers, a former representative of Ganthier in Haiti’s parliament, and the wife of the current Minister.By Dady Chery, Axis of Logic. A wealthy man in the Ganthier area is accused of expropriating over 9,000 acres of land coveted by various NGOs and selling the majority of this land to high-level members of the police force, former ministers, a former representative of Ganthier in Haiti’s parliament, and the wife of the current Minister.By Dady Chery, Axis of Logic. A wealthy man in the Ganthier area is accused of expropriating over 9,000 acres of land coveted by various NGOs and selling the majority of this land to high-level members of the police force, former ministers, a former representative of Ganthier in Haiti’s parliament, and the wife of the current Minister.

Bill Clinton’s Dictatorship in Haiti

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By Dady Chery, Haiti Chery. Things haven’t cooled down in Haiti. Quite the contrary. They’re just starting to simmer. By Dady Chery, Axis of Logic. Things haven’t cooled down in Haiti. Quite the contrary. They’re just starting to simmer. By Dady Chery, Axis of Logic. Things haven’t cooled down in Haiti. Quite the contrary. They’re just starting to simmer.