Haiti Surrenders its Sovereignty For $10 Billion Of “Promises”

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[ … paging Naomi Klein … ]

https://graphics8.nytimes.com/images/2008/03/23/world/22haiti-600.jpg

In other words, the U.S. and other “agricultural powers” would provide Haiti food,

“freeing up” Haitian farmers to go work in U.S.-owned sweatshops,

thereby ushering in “an industrial era,”

as if the cinder-block shells of assembly plants represent organic industrialization.

Read the rest here

h / t :  WRH ]

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