Haiti Post-Quake – Devastation, Depravation, Exploitation & Oppression – Stephen Lendman

(Rense) – Two and half months post-quake, the major media mostly ignore Haiti, the calamitous conditions on the ground, and the growing desperation of millions forced to largely endure on their own – out of sight, mind, the concern of world leaders, and UN, USAID and other aid organizations diverting most of the $700 million + donated to contractors and profiteering NGOs. Continue reading

Haiti’s Suffering – Mumia Abu-Jamal

As we near two weeks after the devastating earthquake and terrifying aftershocks in Port-au-Prince and Zacmel, Haiti, we face the inevitable media wall, that closes up, unless a story emerges of such surprise and delight that it’s able to shine through. Continue reading

The Haitian Disaster in a Historical Context

A devastating earthquake, the worst in 200 years, struck Port-au-Prince on the 12th of January 0, laying waste to the city and killed many thousands of people. The quake detonated more than 30 aftershocks throughout the night to the following morning. Continue reading

Haiti and the seismic weapon

The controversy that followed the publication on our website of an article entertaining the possibility that the earthquake in Haiti was caused artificially, calls for clarification. Yes, seismic weapons do exist and the United States, among others, have them. Yes, the U.S. military forces were pre-positionned to be deployed to the island. These facts are not conclusive in themselves but they certainly warrant heightened scrutiny into this matter. Read More Here

Video: Chavez and the Russian Fleet – U.S. Used “Earthquake Weapon” On Haiti – Kurt Nimmo

(Infowars) – Earlier this week, a Spanish newspaper quoted Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez as saying the U.S. Navy caused the Haiti earthquake with a tectonic weapon. The Venezuelan media reported that the earthquake “may be associated with the project called HAARP, a system that can generate violent and unexpected changes in climate,” Press TV reported on January 21. Continue reading

Ex-minister warns of US ‘takeover’ of Haiti

(MorningStar) – Haiti’s former secretary of state for national defence and human rights activists has warned against the militarisation of quake relief efforts as Washington confirmed that it had 12,000 US troops deployed in or around Haiti. Continue reading

Haiti Earthquake News

(InfoClearingHouse) – Our Role in Haiti’s Plight

If we are serious about assisting this devastated land we must stop trying to control and exploit it. Read More Here

(GlobalResearch) – The Haitian People Need Emergency Assistance — NOT Suppression and Further Domination!

The world’s eyes are riveted on scenes of horror in Haiti . The world’s hearts are straining. People everywhere are trying to support the Haitian people in any way they can. Meanwhile, the clock ticks very urgently, as people literally die beneath the rubble and perish on the streets as well for lack of medical care, water, food, and shelter. Read More Here

(GlobalResearch) – What You’re Not Hearing about Haiti (But Should Be)

In the hours following Haiti’s devastating earthquake, CNN, the New York Times and other major news sources adopted a common interpretation for the severe destruction: the 7.0 earthquake was so devastating because it struck an urban area that was extremely over-populated and extremely poor. Houses “built on top of each other” and constructed by the poor people themselves made for a fragile city. And the country’s many years of underdevelopment and political turmoil made the Haitian government ill-prepared to respond to such a disaster. Read More Here

(DailyMail) – Haiti earthquake survivors blockade roads with piles of corpses in protest at lack of aid

Desperate Haitians have set up roadblocks of corpses in Port-au-Prince to protest at the lack of emergency aid reaching them after the catastrophic earthquake. Read More Here

Haitian Earthquake: Why the Blood Is on Our Hands

As grim accounts of the earthquake in Haiti came in, the accounts in U.S.-controlled state media all carried the same descriptive sentence: “Haiti is the poorest country in the Western hemisphere…”
Gee, I wonder how that happened? Read More Here

Haitian Earthquake, Made In The USA?

Why were 60 percent of the buildings in Port-au-Prince shoddily constructed and unsafe in normal circumstances, according to the city’s mayor? Why are there no building regulations in a city that sits on a fault line? Why has Port-au-Prince swelled from a small town of 50,000 in the 1950s to a population of 2 million desperately poor people today? Why was the state completely overwhelmed by the disaster? Read More Here

Haiti and America’s Historic Debt

Announcing emergency help for Haiti after a devastating 7.0-magnitude earthquake, President Barack Obama noted America’s historic ties to the impoverished Caribbean nation, but few Americans understand how important Haiti’s contribution to U.S. history was. Read More Here

Red Cross Says Quake Killed Up to 50,000

As hundreds of thousands of earthquake refugees lay sprawled in Haiti’s streets with aftershocks still rumbling beneath them, President Barack Obama today announced an immediate $100 million in aid, saying “the largest relief effort in our recent history is moving toward Haiti.” Read More Here

(RawStory) – Possible peacekeeping role for US troops in Haiti

The US relief mission in Haiti remains focused on saving lives but American troops could be called on to help keep order if security deteriorates, officials said. Read More Here