“October is not too far away, and those Haitians who are not slaves know only one God beneath the almighty Bondye. The spirit of all omnipresent good and beauty is neither Paul Farmer, Bill Clinton nor cholera-MINUSTAH.” – Ezili Dantò of HLLN, August 27, 2011 Paul Farmer is not a God but the face of […]
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Recommended HLLN links: Zili Dlo photos on Facebook , HLLN website , and Flickr ***** Ezili’s HLLN denounces the massacres of Haiti Vodouist accused of responsibility for the cholera outbreaks; holds UN responsible for inaction Ezili’s HLLN denounces the murder and massacres, to date, of at least 75 Vodouist in Haiti accused of being responsible […]
Zili Dlo- Dlo pwòp pou tout moun: Grand launching in August for Bwa Kayiman, 2011 Support Clean Water for Haiti, Support Ezili Dantò’s work Ezili HLLN has been working to positively impact the cholera epidemic facing Haiti and the Haitian people. Cholera ravages Haiti and solutions are needed to prevent further death and misery. Access […]
Haiti defines resistance: Stop the fake do-gooders and replace the Global White Supremacist Syste...
By Ezili Dantò, Haitian Lawyers Leadership Network (“HLLN”) and Free Haiti Movement, written for Haitian Perspectives, July 6, 2011 (See also, HLLN Links to honor of Drèd Wilmè and all the UN victims in Site Solèy and Photo Essay: Quiet Genocide in Haiti from FDR to Obama – How It’s Wielded). Haiti defines resistance – […]
At today’s U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations Bernadel and Sassine said the top three things for increasing private investment (aka increasing private profit in Haiti) is Diaspora dual citizenship, ability to buy land, and I forget the other. (Bernadel may have mentioned health and education but later, on another question, he specified also supporting […]
“Even assuming that Haiti had a government that was willing to act in the interests of the majority of its people, it is hard to imagine how it could be expected to bring about significant change because of the inherent difficulty in transforming Haiti’s peripheral position and relative powerlessness vis-a-vis other States and international institutions […]