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"That's my blood down there" Ezili Dantò of HLLN speaking in Chicago, at Saviours Day, about the Haiti Earthquake - the worst disaster in modern times. "Haiti has been a reflection of Euro/US inhumanity towards the poor and African since their "New World" and updated feudal social order began. It's still an international crime scene hidden behind false benevolence, false brotherhood, false charity, false aid. Those billed as the “do-gooders” are about initiating or exacerbating catastrophe then capitalizing on catastrophe. That's the profitable, parasitic formula. The privately-owned relief groups, the UN and US/Euro military, they’re mostly protecting the Montana Hotel and the like, tourism, resource extraction monopolies and other profitable industries, not the human rights of the majority to shelter, medicine, food, water, justice, inclusion, dignity and living-wage jobs. Duplicity and hypocrisy is hard to absorb, especially as the media coverage mostly trumpets, ad nausea, the private world relief organizations’, large NGOs and UN/US policymakers' “good intentions” in Haiti in comparison, that is, to Haiti’s always corrupt and presumably evil-intended governments. Don't take the path of least resistance. Mare vent nou byen rèd - face the evil, the malice and bottomless avarice directly my people. No matter how hard it is to absorb, how disemboweling, how marginalizing, how unpopular, how science-fiction it is to believe. Believe it. The paradoxical is yours to use. Ginen poze. No one can give you what’s yours naturally. Only a Ayiti-African-led force shall mobilize the people-to-people international tsunami torrents to lift up the ugly colonial truth and sweep away Haiti's containment-in-poverty, dependency, debt and domination."

Ezili Dantò/Haitian Lawyers
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End the oppression, rapes, sexual abuses of children. End the slaughter - End UN occupation of Haiti


Ezili Dantò Vodun Remembrance
To Honor Quake Victims. As special guest of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan
February 27, 2010 at Saviours' Day in Chicago

"Over 300,000 Haitians gone in 33 seconds at 4:53 on the 12th of January. Jete dlo -
pour libation. Beat the drums, beat the drums. Louder please. Louder for those alive and living under sheets, tarps, tents and old cardboard. Suffering still. Endlessly before January 12th. Unimaginably after. Our blood and suffering waters the Haitian soil, 517-years still...Never felt so much pain, an unending agony ... If crying could raise the dead, every mother would still be alive. Into the Ancestors' hands we place all our souls.The next part is left to us...Our love is stronger and survives every energy transformation. We Are The Haitians. Nou fè yon sèl kò."
- Ezili Dantò of HLLN, Saviours' Day, 2010

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by Ezili Dantò of HLLN, May 2010
Source: Ezili Dantò @ http://bit.ly/an03OK  


Shinning the white pearl again...

Photo captures: The squinting glee of bi-partisan tyranny in Haiti. Former presidents Bill Clinton of Rwanda genocide neglect/Haiti agriculture destruction and George W. Bush of Katrina hurricane neglect and the bloody 2004 Bush Regime Change in Haiti, appointed by President Barrack Obama as joint head of Haiti Earthquake "Relief." (See also, Cash for Clinton — in the U.N.'s New Haiti Peacekeeping Budget ; Following the Aid Money to Haiti and Why Donít They Spend the Money Now, When People Need It?)


Haiti For Sale

Few people know that the US simply took an island belonging to Haiti and has never looked back. It's par for the course. Similar to what UN/Clinton is spearheading, presiding over, RIGHT NOW, in terms of Haitian territories like Mole St. Nicolas, Ile de la Tortue, Gulf of La Gonave, or at Fort Liberte.

Few people know that enslaved Blacks from the US were sent to two Haitian Islands. In one instance to work US mines, in the other as an effort for solving the US Black enslavement issue faced by Abraham Lincoln during the Civil War. Few people know of the blood spilled, death and sufferings resulting from US institutionalized malevolence towards defenseless Haiti and Blacks from the US as played out on two Haitian Islands.

No, it's not the island that's the subject of this essay. Not La Gonave. But Ile de la Vache and Navassa Island in Haiti.

Ile de la Vache and Navassa Island

Abraham Lincoln deported over 400 enslaved Blacks from the U.S. to a then, fairly isolated Island of Haiti called - Ile a Vache. But the US government did not inform the Haitian authorities of their use of Haitian territory, so Haitian authorities didn't know the US Blacks were there or needed help... Many starved to death on Ile a Vache. (See, Lincoln and Haiti: The African American Exodus that Didn’t Happen and, more recently Haiti (Ile a Vache) island unscathed by quake, but tourists stay away .)

Blacks starving in Haiti, due to US government policy, is well illustrated by the recent empty Clinton apology and the continuing "HOPE II" legislation mandating sweatshops at .38 cents an hour wages, dumping of Miami rice and other such "aid" and "reforms" for Haiti by the "do-gooders." As a result of these US free trade policies, 830,000 rural Haitian jobs were lost and hundreds of thousands of Haitians were forced into the capital looking for work, where eventually they would meet up with Jan 12 at 4:53. The Island pillaged and plundered. The people die and die as a result. Navassa Island is a perfect example.

Navassa Island in Haiti was a fairly uninhabited Haitian island, not much different from Ile a Vache back then. The US simply stole it from Haiti in 1857 for its guano resources, and mining took place between 1865 and 1898.

"Guano phosphate was a superior organic fertilizer that became a mainstay of American agriculture in the mid-19th century. In 1889 the island's actual operation passed to the Navassa Phosphate Company of Baltimore, Maryland. The Navassa Phosphate Company mined Navassa with African-American laborers."

African-American blood was spilled on Navassa Island also, not just Black Haitian blood. (For more, go to - Navassa Island Incident 1889-1891. Abusive and inhumane conditions provoked the African American workers to revolt against the mining company bosses. US war ships and military took over security operations for big-business mining after the African-Americans workers exercising their human right to self-defense were brutally subdued.)

Today, as President Obama sits in the White House, the US is busy taking Haiti's deep water ports, strategically located islands and the mainland. Period, no comma. And the beat goes on, on and on... La Gonave, Ile de la Tortue, Labadie beaches, Mole St. Nicolas, Miragoane ports and shores, Jacmel...Blacks are NOT supposed to own prime lands much less oceanfronts, seas, islands and mountains after mountains.

The road to justice is long for Ayisyen.

zilibuttonFor entire essay, go to - Vision of Plantation Haiti - A White Pearl, Again!

Ezili Dantò, Saviours Day, 2010
ThankYouMinister Farrakhan 

For a sampling of Ezili Dantò essays on the United States' use of quake relief to extract wealth and power for the NGOs, Haiti Oligarchy and US big business on the death, suffering and tears of Haiti children, go to: Colonization of Haiti's food and seeds is not earthquake relief; The Poverty Pimps' Masturbating on Black Pain: Monsanto joins the pack and Vision of Plantation Haiti - A White Pearl, Again! and The Plantation called Haiti: Feudal Pillage Masking as Humanitarian Aid and, Tell The Truth About Haiti Forum with Ezili Dantò of HLLN.

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