1. Intro to this post – Corrupt Dominican Rulers, Stop Mass Deportations: No to Apartheid and civil genocide. 2. In this video we see Haiti women merchants fleeing the Dominican Republic. 3. Ezili Dantò interviewed on HuffPost Live segment with Marc Lamont Hill on Dominican denationalization, June 16, 2015. 4. Mark Steiner Show interview with […]
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UN rape, pedophilia, sex slavery and enforced prostitution in Haiti 1. Ezili’s Legal Analysis and Discussion: UN rape, pedophilia, enforced prostitution, forced pregnancy and sexual slavery in Haiti. Video of the HuffPostLive Ezili Dantò Interview on the UN report showing vastly understated numbers of UN sexual abuse of Haiti women and girls. 2. Comment One: […]
“Hey, hey Hillary, Hey hey Obama, Hey hey CIA, Hey hey Council on Foreign Relations: Haiti Demonstrators Say: ‘Go Pick Up Your Trash in Haiti’— Haiti protestors outside Hillary Clinton’s Brooklyn headquarters, April 23, 2015 Haiti Earthquake Used to Enrich the Clintons Source: Fox News Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com During the two terms […]
“The right to own property does not extend to the coasts, springs, rivers, water courses, mines and quarries. They are part of the State’s public domain.” – Haitian 1987 Constitution, Section H, Article 36-5.” — See, US to Rewrite Constitution to Better Serve the One Percent by Ezili Dantò of HLLN and The Free Haiti […]
Brief Summary: In 1937, in a systematic campaign of extermination, the Dominican Republic slaughtered 30,000 Haitians in only five days. The Haitians were massacred in the most horrific ways by Dominican soldiers and civilians wielding machetes, bayonets and rifles. No Haitian or dark-skinned Dominican suspected of being Haitian was spared — women and children were […]
Brief summary of post content (click on links for sections you wish to read. Please check back often for updates): 1. More Than 17 People Died In Haiti Carnival Tragedy Evidence shows the carnival tragedy took the lives of more than the 17 people claimed by the Martelly regime. Families demand access to the missing […]
Condemn the racist lynch-mob in the Dominican Republic that lynched Henry Claude ‘Tulile’ Jean. Boycott the Dominican Republic for making apartheid and racism legal by revoking the citizenship of up to 220,000 Haitians of Dominican descent. It is the state repression that emboldens mob violence that hung Tulile from a tree in the public park at Santiago. Boycott Dominican Republic goods, services, tourist travel and trade for making racism legal. Stop the civil genocide, legalize violence, apartheid and ethnic cleansing by law in the Dominican Republic.