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Madame Boukman - Justice 4 Haiti 🇭🇹 Aug 19
Spontaneous visit by Chavez to in 2007, three years after George W. Bush sent Marines to kidnap President Aristide at gunpoint and shipped him to Africa. Tens of thousands took the streets to welcome him and chanted, "Chavez, the country is yours" and "Down with Bush."
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ANTICONQUISTA 10h
Today In History | August 22, 1791 | 🇭🇹 Enslaved Africans in northern Haiti (previously known as Saint-Domingue) organized a massive rebellion against their French colonizers, initiating the Haitian Revolution. ✊🏿 Art by Ulrick Jean-Pierre
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Jacqueline Charles 23h
Ladies and gentlemen the Chamber of Deputies in is officially flooded. If it's not gang violence or sheer refusal to work, it's rain that's now disrupting lawmakers' ability to meet. Haiti is truly the land where the impossible /unthinkable is possible.
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Madame Boukman - Justice 4 Haiti 🇭🇹 Aug 18
Minions and "rebels" celebrating the 2004 overthrow of Aristide. Like the "Arab Spring" and Hong Kong protests, this was the work of the bipartisan CIA-NGOs. See the US flags? The "rebel" leader is currently imprisoned in Miami after being used to destroy his country.
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Madame Boukman - Justice 4 Haiti 🇭🇹 Aug 18
Short clip on the atrocities of the neo-colonial army in . The video failed to mention Raoul Cédras who slaughtered thousands was trained at the School of the Americas in Ft Benning, GA, and Clinton's invasion was more about ushering in an era of neoliberal subservience.
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Madame Boukman - Justice 4 Haiti 🇭🇹 Aug 19
Yvonne and her husband Joel Trimble have been in since the 1970s and make 400k per year as Christian missionaries, according to their tax returns. They're probably spooks.
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Madame Boukman - Justice 4 Haiti 🇭🇹 Aug 18
Replying to @madanboukman
In 1994, CIA contractor and coup mastermind Raoul Cédras was given a golden parachute of 1 million dollars by Bill Clinton to leave after slaughtering thousands. US military escorted him to Panama where he still resides in luxury. This is the army they want o revive.
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Madame Boukman - Justice 4 Haiti 🇭🇹 Aug 14
The Mexican military is training soldiers in . The problem is since 1915, the Haitian army has been loyal to the colonizers who trained them. They've killed, raped, tortured, and overthrew presidents at the behest of their neocolonial masters. The hand salute says it all.
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Jacqueline Charles Aug 16
A reminder of the issues concerning ’s army: Familiar faces head new Haitian army | Miami Herald
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Liseberth Guillaume 8h
You glow different when you’re Home❤️!
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Madame Boukman - Justice 4 Haiti 🇭🇹 Aug 20
Why are some of the president of 's most strongest allies suddenly abandoning him? Now that the CIA's National Democratic Institute controls 's protest movement, via their front group Nou Pap Dòmi, they can now build fake opposition to replace him with a new puppet.
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Madame Boukman - Justice 4 Haiti 🇭🇹 Aug 17
The "army" was a terrorist organization. Aristide disbanded it in 1995 after being overthrown in 1991, and some former members were recruited and trained by US Special Forces in the Dominican Republic to oust him again in 2004. 👇🏿👇🏿👇🏿
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Nathan Dize Aug 20
Today in the archives I got to marvel at Langston Hughes’ drafts of Troubled Island, his opera about This is the beautiful nature of as he credits & thanks others throughout the creative process
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B👑 Aug 16
Baby boyyyyyy. Representing 🇭🇹🇭🇹🥰
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Age of Revolutions Aug 19
"Haiti and the Colonial Predicament of Language in Zamoyski’s Napoleon, A Life" by
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Jacqueline Charles 12h
Four school principals in have been summoned to see the country’s chief prosecutor today after multiple patents complained that school fees increased exponentially. Among the schools: the prestigious Saint-Louis de Gonzague.
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Nadia Todres Aug 20
Haiti never ceases to amaze me... at the glorious sandbanks of Anse á Galets, off the coast of La Gonave
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Nathan Dize Aug 21
Received this morning, the beautiful new journal, Revue d'Histoire Haïtienne published by . It begins by memorializing those who left for the peyi san chapo this year.
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Madame Boukman - Justice 4 Haiti 🇭🇹 Aug 17
As UN "Peacekeepers" leave, the multi-billionaire, tax-evading, arms trafficking, coup-plotting Zionist Bigio family and his ilk need an army to maintain their economic dictatorship. 's pact with the devil was allowing the neo-colonizers into the country. Yeah, I said it.
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Madame Boukman - Justice 4 Haiti 🇭🇹 Aug 15
Why is so quick to establish an army when 6 million are hungry? Since 1915, the US co-opted the army to protect the oligarch families pictured in my pinned tweet and overthrew leaders that stood up against them. Ex: Daniel Fignolé in 1957 and J.B Aristide in 1991 and 2004.
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