Eva Golinger: The Streets Would Be Safer If People’s Needs Were Being Met

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RussiaToday
January 18, 2010

More than 2,000 Marines arrived in Haiti today. Theyre joining the 1,000 American troops already on the ground there. Meanwhile, some leaders are criticizing the United States saying they should be sending doctors and food, not men and women with guns. Eva Golinger talks with RTs Kristine Frazao about concerns with the presence of troops in Haiti.

see

Chavez: US uses earthquake to occupy Haiti + Ortega warns of US deployment in Haiti

A lootin’ an’ a burnin’? By William Bowles

Disputes emerge over Haiti aid control – Guns, Not Aid Have Arrived

The Right Testicle of Hell: History of a Haitian Holocaust by Greg Palast

2 thoughts on “Eva Golinger: The Streets Would Be Safer If People’s Needs Were Being Met

  1. Taking care of popular social needs by definition denies the exercise of the needs of those who seek power. Who will they abuse if no one gives them a “reason”?

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