Real humanitarian aid would include:
•An end to occupation
•Aid without conditions
•Borders open to refugees
•Cancellation of all debt
•Funding of public and community associations
•Repayment of colonial “reparations”, interest and penalty payments
Haiti coverage in this month’s Socialist Review:
Haiti – the making of a catastrophe, by Mike Gonzalez
The taking of Haiti, by John Pilger
Haiti – Repression and Resistance, by Mike Gonzalez
Haiti – who are the real looters?, by Patrick Acureuil and Pepijn Brandon
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