Selected Articles: Haiti: History of US Regime Change, Trump’s Entry Ban and the Neo-Con Agenda, Quebec Mosque Attacker Falsely Depicted as Muslim


U.S. Imperial Ways in Haiti. A History of “Regime Change”

By Greg Guma, January 30 2017

Between 1915 and 1934, U.S. occupation led to the destruction of Haiti’s democratic potential, the creation of a repressive police apparatus, and a climate of exploitation, repression and racism that set the stage for much of what followed.

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African Union Elects New Commission Chair, Criticizes Trump’s Entry Ban Directed against Muslims

By Abayomi Azikiwe, January 31 2017

Dlamini-Zuma during the AU Summit criticized the U.S. administration of President Donald Trump for his executive orders banning entry into America from three Africa states: Libya, Sudan and Somalia. Noting that it was the U.S. which had enslaved Africans for over two centuries is now barring its citizens from access into the country on spurious grounds. These African states along with Yemen, Syria, Iraq and Iran in the Middle East have rejected the notion that their nationals constitute a threat to U.S. security.

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Trump’s Entry Ban against Muslims: Linked To Global Warfare and The Neo-Con Agenda?

By Chandra Muzaffar, January 31 2017

President Donald Trump’s ban on nationals from 7 Muslim majority countries in West Asia and North Africa (WANA) entering the United States of America for a period of 90 days has brought to the fore the role and influence of some of the forces that shape US foreign policy in the region. With the exception of one country, the Trump list is similar to a purported list of 7 countries that the US planned to attack “in 5 years” that a Pentagon official had allegedly revealed to former US General Wesley Clark in 2001, a little more than 7 weeks after the 9-11 tragedy. The list had all the countries in Trump’s list except Yemen. Instead of Yemen, there was Lebanon.


US Soldiers Shoot and Kill 8-Year-Old Girl in Yemen

By Middle East Monitor, January 31 2017

While the media attention has been focused on the death of one US serviceman who was killed during a raid in Yemen, one of the most tragic casualties of the assault ordered by President Donald Trump was an eight-year-old girl.

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Suspect in Quebec Mosque Attack Quickly Depicted as a Moroccan Muslim. He’s a White Nationalist.

By Glenn Greenwald and Murtaza Hussain, January 31 2017

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer exploited the attack to justify President Trump’s ban on immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries. “It’s a terrible reminder of why we must remain vigilant and why the President is taking steps to be proactive rather than reactive when it comes to our nation’s safety and security,” Spicer said at this afternoon’s briefing when speaking of the Quebec City attack. But these assertions are utterly false. The suspect is neither Moroccan nor Muslim.

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