A heroic and lasting inspiration to the oppressed everywhere
Appalling ‘humanitarian’ record of the ‘international community’ continues
Haiti’s earthquake survivors – overwhelmingly poor before the disaster struck – now homeless and unemployed.
Bankers to pocket $100 billion in bonuses, while impoverished Haitians struggle to cope with disaster
Impoverished masses face new disaster
Slum poor ‘candidate’ Rene Preval favourite to win
This year marks the 200th anniversary of the Haitian revolution, when the black masses abolished slavery and won national independence. Their deeds were an inspiration to the masses of the Caribbean and the working people […]
The president of Haiti, Jean Bertrand Aristide, the former “radical slum priest”, fled the country on 29 February, under pressure from the Bush administration and the threat of armed rebels.
Mass protests against autocratic rule