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Posts Tagged with "Clorox hunger"

Haiti’s largest political party banned from election process

January 12, 2010

The Haitian government-under-U.S.-U.N.-occupation has again excluded Haiti’s largest political party from participating in upcoming elections financed, orchestrated and supported by the United States and the international community. This time, it’s the February and March 2010 legislative elections.

Haiti’s food crisis: Imposing hunger on the people of Haiti

August 10, 2008

In Haiti, they have a name for hunger. It’s called Clorox hunger – meaning something that eats you from the inside. But it’s an imposed hunger, an imposed starvation on the people of Haiti. It has a history. Until the 1980s, Haiti was self sufficient in rice production. But with the lowering of tariffs, Haitians got what we call “Miami” rice. Haiti was flooded with cheap rice imports and Haitian peasants couldn’t compete.

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