On October 17, 2018 over one million people in Haiti (some estimates go up to two million in Port au Prince alone and three million altogether, here and here) took to the streets in over 10 cities to march against corruption, colonial leadership and the abuse of public money by the colonial politicians. For the complete report go to: October 17, 2018: Nearly a million people took to the streets nationwide in Haiti | Kouwon pou Defile | If I am a whole human being today I have to say : Thank you Desalin!; Activists: PetroCaribe protests in Haiti a new movement and here and at Affaire Petrocaribe : Les dessous d’un complot sordide entre les élites et l’international contre le peuple haïtien.
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Aba Sistèm Enpinite, Bandi Legal e Neokolonialist la! Men yon Plan Pwovizwa Pou Nou Nonstwi Yon Nouvèl Ayiti
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Mobilized Haiti Oct 17, 2018 remembering its liberator, Janjak Desalin and protesting against neocolonialism corruption, lack of progress and impunity of currently approved Western puppet politicians who squandered $3.8 billion in PetroCaribe funds.
This video shows the magnitude – over one million Haitians protest across 10 cities, organized and peaceful, asking for an end to government corruption, for justice, a stop to apartheid and the social and economic exclusion of the majority, for the right to jobs, infrastructure, healthcare, education, security and different future for the children.