“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 […]
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.
Ezili Dantò discusses the eleven-year US occupation of Haiti outsourced to
the UN military, the charitable industrial complex fronts, the 5th year
anniversary of the earthquake, the squandering of $9 billion collected in the
name of Haiti earthquake victims, the coming dissolution of Parliament on
January 12, 2015, the new generation of patriotic revolutionary forces that’s arisen since
the occupation began to resist state tyranny, foreign occupation