More than 48 hours after a devastating earthquake leveled much of the city of Port-au-Prince, millions are without shelter, power, food and water. The estimates of the death toll range from 50,000 to ten times that number: here.
This video says about itself:
Haiti – Nou Pito Mouri Kampe (We Would Rather Die Standing)
This is a documentary about the ongoing violence in Cite Soleil in Haiti and the brutal & sensless murder of it’s people by the MINUSTAH (Mission des Nations Unies pour la stabilisation en Haïti) (Translation: United Nations Stabilization Mission In Haiti)
In a statement on the earthquake in Haiti, President Obama spoke of the “long history that binds us together.” Neither he nor the US media, however, want to examine that history and its relation to the catastrophe confronting the Haitian people: here.