HAITI TODAY: ECONOMIC CALAMITY, FOREIGN INTERFERENCE

Hello Concerned Citizens!!

If you happen to be around the Winnipeg area, consider coming to this speaking event tonight. Roger Annis will drive another nail into the coffin of the notion of Canadian humanitarianism and benevolent foreign policy this evening, as he relays information gathered during his recent visit to Haiti. Please refer to his blog site below for an important perspective that you won’t see or hear via complicit media outlets such as CNN, CBC, CTV, Global, etc…

Should we blindly trust the intentions of the government and business interests of countries such as Canada, the USA, and France in Haiti!??! METHINKNOT.

Roger (niceguy) Annis dispels the delusions and helps to show what regular people can do to put a wrench into the repressive designs to keep poor people poor, and rich people stinking rich.

Tuesday, September 11th/07

HUMAN RIGHTS DELEGATE TO HAITI TO SPEAK IN WINNIPEG

MAIN PUBLIC SPEAKING EVENT:

HAITI TODAY: ECONOMIC CALAMITY, FOREIGN INTERFERENCE

MONDRAGON BOOKSTORE, 91 ALBERT ST (EXCHANGE DISTRICT)
7 PM

ADMISSION: FREE (donations accepted)

Roger Annis, trade union activist, and member of Haiti Solidarity BC, and
the Canada Haiti Action Network (CHAN), participated in a human rights
delegation to Haiti from August 5 -18, 2007. The delegation, sponsored by
the US based Fondasyon Mapou and the Haiti Priorities Project, had
arranged meetings in Haiti with US/Canadian/French embassies,
representatives from international financial institutions in Haiti,
grassroots and popular organizations, and Haitian government
representatives.

Further information about the delegation can be found at:

http://www.fondasyonmapou.org/delegation.shtml

Mr. Annis also posted a blog while in Haiti, which can be accessed at:

http://thac.ca/blog/9

Posted by on September 11th, 2007 in Activism