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Haiti’s Struggle For Freedom: US Imperialism, MINUSTAH And The Overthrow Of...

AFRICANGLOBE - Since the Haitian Revolution and it’s resistance to slavery, Western nations has managed to keep Haiti enslaved. From Internal conflicts that divided Haiti to successive dictatorships and a constant fear against a French invasion in the decades that followed, Haiti has always experienced a struggle for freedom.

The United Nation’s Role in Haiti’s Cholera Outbreak

AFRICANGLOBE - Just over 2 years have passed since the Haiti's cholera outbreak which started its deadly march killing 7,568 people and infecting 600,885

The UN’s Cholera Epidemic in Haiti

Haitians have had a long and arduous struggle just to achieve the rights that most people in the rest of the hemisphere have enjoyed....

Paramilitary Gangs Join UN Force in Preying on Haitians

Young men behaving like wannabe Tontons Macoutes have taken over the former bases of Haiti’s disbanded army – a force the U.S.-backed Haitian president...

Imperialist Powers Prepare to Keep UN Forces in Haiti Against the...

Amid new controversy, the United Nations is debating renewal of the mandate of the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti. Known by its French initials, MINUSTAH, the “mission” is comprised mainly of UN soldiers and police, and has occupied the country since shortly after the overthrow of democratically elected president Jean-Bertrand Aristide by the CIA.

Protesters In Haiti Clash With UN Peacekeepers

AFRICANGLOBE - Hundreds of protestors in Haiti hurled stones and other objects at United Nations peacekeepers calling for their removal from the speaking country.

WikiLeaks Cables Detail US Military Designs on Haiti

WikiLeaks has released cables from the US embassies in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and Nassau, Bahamas, detailing the US government’s interest in forming and maintaining a UN military force for the occupation of Haiti after the February 2004 removal of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. Mindful of both Haiti’s history as a French colony and the United States’ long history of occupying the country militarily, the US government moved to use the UN as a fig leaf and proxy.