Canada in Haiti

Waging War on the Poor Majority

By Yves Engler and Anthony Fenton  

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While western leaders make speeches about building democracy, their actions speak louder than words. Based upon documents gathered using Access to Information requests, human rights investigations and in-country interviews, Canada in Haiti tells how Canada, the USA and France undermined the overthrow of Haiti’s elected government. In a country already the poorest in the western hemisphere, this has led to thousands of deaths, unimaginable suffering and further impoverishment. Canada in Haiti is a cry to the citizens of rich countries to understand what is being done in our name to the descendants of the world’s only successful slave rebellion.

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Contents

  • An Introduction to Haiti and the Aristide Government
  • Destabilizing ‘Unfriendly Governments’-Why and How-and We’ve Seen It All Before
  • How CIDA and USAID Used ‘Civil Society’ to Destabilize an Elected Government
  • Power in the Barrel of CIA-supplied Guns
  • Ottawa Takes the Initiative
  • Lining Up the OAS, the UN and the Media
  • When a Coup Is Not a Coup
  • The Aftermath-A Human Rights Disaster
  • What next? Will We Let Them Get Away With It?

Authors

  • Yves Engler

    Former Vice President of the Concordia Student Union, Yves Engler has been dubbed “one of the most important voices on the Canadian Left today” (Briarpatch), “in the mould of I.F. Stone” (Globe and Mail), “ever-insightful” (rabble.ca) and a “Leftist gadfly” (Ottawa Citizen). His six books have been praised by Noam Chomsky, Naomi Klein, William Blum, Rick Salutin and many others. “Yves became a foreign-policy expert by working as a night doorman in Montreal…He’s in the mould of I. F. Stone, who wasted no time with politicians, who all have an agenda, but went instead straight to the public record.” - Rick Salutin, Globe and Mail

  • Anthony Fenton

    Anthony Fenton is a Vancouver-based writer and solidarity activist.