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Palestinians Starve While White House Feast Honors Kenya’s Killer President Ruto: Biden Backs 1000 Kenyan Troops to Enforce US-imposed Haitian Dictatorship

by Joe Allen, published on Socialist Action, July 11, 2024 [Editor’s note, Jeff Mackler (of SA): We reprint here Joe Allen’s CounterPunch account of “Genocide Joe” Biden’s May 23 White House state dinner with 500 dignitaries invited to honor Kenyan President William Ruto. Allen’s article was originally entitled, “Brandon Johnson [ChicagoMayor] Dines with Biden, While Protests at the DNC Loom on[…]

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South Africa’s Case at the ICJ Exposes the U.S. and the West

by Margaret Kimberley, published on Black Agenda Report, January17, 2023 South Africa’s charge of genocide against Israel proves that this very serious word should be used more often instead of being treated as a rarity. The U.S. and the nations of the west have committed countless genocides and their actions must be labeled as such. On January 11, 2024, the[…]

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Haiti: U.N. Sanctioned Occupation is a Done Deal

by G. Dunkel, published on Workers World, August 18, 2023 The U.S. government has finally found a country in the Global South willing to lead a U.N.-approved intervention “to assist Haitian police in restoring security.” Secretary of State Antony Blinken confirmed Aug. 1 on X (formerly Twitter): “We commend the government of Kenya for responding to Haiti’s call.” Since Kenyan[…]

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In Haiti, Kenya Chooses Imperialist Servitude Over Pan African Solidarity

by Black Alliance for Peace Haiti/Americas Team, published on The Black Alliance for Peace, August 09, 2023 AUGUST 3, 2023—The Black Alliance for Peace (BAP) condemns in the strongest possible terms Kenya’s proposal to lead what amounts to a foreign armed intervention in Haiti. Kenya has offered to deploy a contingent of 1,000 police officers to help train and assist[…]

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War in Africa and War in the Americas: Accelerating the End of White World Supremacy

by Ajamu Baraka, published on Black Agenda Report, August 2, 2023 “The structural crisis of capitalism in its neoliberal form has created a legitimacy crisis for the capitalist rulers, making the use of force a permanent strategy for maintaining their dominance.” (from the Black Alliance for Peace Website) The U.S. recently deployed troops to Peru to shore-up the coup in[…]

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No To U.S. Occupation of Haiti

by Marty Goodman, published on Socialist Action, August 4, 2023 US imperialism now has a willing partner in yet another imperialist contemplated occupation of Haiti. On July 29, Kenya’s Foreign Minister Alfred Mutua volunteered to do Washington’s dirty work in Haiti. He promised to lead an armed intervention with 1,000 Kenyan police officers. On July 14, the United Nations Security[…]

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The U.S role in fomenting violence in Haiti

by G. Dunkel, posted on Workers World, May 5, 2023 María Isabel Salvador, the author of the April 25 report from the United Nations Integrated Office in Haiti (BINUH) to the U.N. Security Council on the current situation in Haiti emphasized “the urgent need for the deployment, authorized by the Security Council, of an international specialized force.” Based on the last[…]

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No to U.S./U.N. Military Occupation in Haiti! No U.S. Aid to Haiti Dictatorship

by Marty Goodman, published on Socialist Action, May 6, 2023 U.S. imperialism and its U.N. proxies have not yet decided who would take part in the third imperialist  occupation of Haiti but the answer may come soon. An intervention will surely be pitched as a “humanitarian” multi-national mission to curb Haiti’s rampant gang violence, mass hunger and a re-emerging cholera[…]

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