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Why is Haiti militarily occupied?
amérique centrale / caraïbes | impérialisme / guerre | presse non anarchiste Tuesday January 07, 2014 21:47 by Alix Saintil
January 1, 2014 is another vexing day for Haitians in particular and Africans in general. This day will find the First Black nation and the beacon of freedom under a military occupation one more time. The deafening silence of the progressives, peace and freedom loving people of the world and the indifference it insinuates is painful and should be intolerable. Let us examine the facts.
Haiti does not have an army hence poses no threat to its neighbours. Cuban and the Dominicans military commanders are not loosing any sleep anticipating an Haitian invasion. This worry, especially in the case of Cuba, stems from another source with a historical record to justify so. The UN, prostituting itself on behalf of the international aggressors, flashes crime as a justification for its occupation of Haiti through the notoriously criminal (rape, theft, and the deliberate introduction of diseases) MINUSTAH. This is of course a deadly farce because had it been the case, Jamaica with one of the highest murder rate in the world would have been a more appropriate target.