Blatant Fraud in Haiti Elections: Form Unity Government
Dady Chery


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

Haiti’s Rainy-Day Presidential Elections Without Clinton Thunder
Dady Chery


UPDATE #6, Dec 23, 2016. Haiti Elections: Rules Changed so Verification Proceeds With Only Alleged Cheats Starting at around 5:30 pm on Thursday, December 22, the verification of the voters lists and tabulation sheets proceeded without the lawyers of the … Continue reading

Six Ways Trump Can Help Haiti Recover from Clinton Disaster
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By Dady Chery Haiti Chery Donald Trump won the United States presidency against Hillary Clinton because he was the only candidate who seriously competed against her. One of President-Elect Trump’s major prizes in the election was the swing state of … Continue reading

Haiti’s Assembly Workers Promised 87 Cents Per Hour
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By Dady Chery, Haiti Chery. Haiti’s sweatshop factory owners enjoy unprecedented duty free and quota-free access to the U.S. market, and only prison wages come close to the scandalously low 30 to 50 cents/hour earned by Haiti’s workers.

Colonialism of the Mind – Part II
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By Dady Chery, Haiti Chery | News Junkie Post. Of all the campaigns to undermine Haitian culture, the one to discredit restavek adoption — in which a biological parent collaborates with a respected adult to care for a child — enjoys the most zealous support from the west’s NGO and alternative press.

U.N. Uses Private Military and Security Contractors

By Kim-Jenna Jurriaans, IPS | UPDATE from Haiti Chery. The United Nations is increasingly hiring Private Military and Security Companies (PMSCs) for its missions across the world, raising concerns over the use of firms known for participation in human rights abuses, as well as an overall lack of accountability structures governing these contractors within the U.N. system. UPDATE 1: DynCorp boasts of having trained 400 “Haitian police” and is awarded a $48.6 million contract to insert 100 contractors and 10 advisors into the “UN police force” in Haiti.

Interview of Hezbollah Leader Nasrallah with Assange Opens “The World of Tomorrow”Julian Assange estrena su programa “El Mundo del Mañana” con una entrevista al líder de Hizbulá


Interview of Hassan Nasrallah with Julian Assange, Cuba Debate (RT, Reuters) | Translation by Dady Chery for Haiti Chery. Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, who is under house arrest in London, made his debut today as the host of a Russia Today television show with the first interview in 6 years of Shiite guerrilla and Lebanese Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah.

Bradley Manning Receives Nobel Peace Prize Nomination, Faces Court Martial


By Lauren Indvik, Mashable | By Naomi Spencer, WSWS. The entire Icelandic Parliament and the Oklahoma Center for Conscience and Peace Research are among those who have nominated twenty-four year old U.S. Army private and Wikileaks whistleblower Bradley Manning for a Nobel Peace Prize. On Feb 23, after 9 months of detention without charge, 22 formal charges were brought for the first time against Manning during the opening hearing of a military court martial.

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)

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.

WikiLeaks Haiti: The PetroCaribe Files

By Dan Coughlin and Kim Ives The Nation Préval’s dramatic inauguration day oil deal won high marks from many Haitians, who had demonstrated against high oil prices and the lack of electricity. But it ushered in a multiyear geopolitical battle … Continue reading