Canada Called to Support Haitian Freedom Verily

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Canada Called to Support Haitian Freedom Verily

Haitians to U.S./Canada/Europe/OAS/UN:

“You kidnapped our real leaders and installed your puppets!”

“End Apartheid in Haiti!”

“The foreign occupation and its puppets have failed: return Haiti to Haitians!”

“We thirst for water, your brought us Cholera!”

Ottawa July 9, 2018

Dear Prime Minister Trudeau,

Once again, we call your attention to the persistent message a group of Haitians and Canadians have been bringing so consistently and tirelessly to your office, over the past decades: We must fix Canadian policy towards Haiti.

On Monday July 9, 2018, over lunch time on Parliament Hill, we will reiterate our support for our Haitian brothers and sisters who stand for their right to be ruled by a real Haitian government, of their own choosing. This entails an immediate end to the ongoing 14 year-long disastrous foreign occupation of Haiti which was established by the 2004 coup and maintained under disguise, ever since.

The unnecessary suffering of our Haitian brothers and sisters haunt us day and night. Can you hear the faint voices of half-naked children, reproaching us:  “We thirst for water, you brought us Cholera”?

Concerning the most recent upheavals, Haitians have been crying out to the world, looking specifically towards the U.S.-led Core Group of foreign decision-makers: “You kidnapped our real leaders and installed your puppets!”.

Dear Prime Minister Trudeau, we echo the Haitian People’s heart-wrenching cry for freedom and dignity as we reiterate the messages we had delivered two years earlier on Parliament Hill:

  1. End Canadian support to coup d’État and foreign-controlled puppet regimes in Haiti;
  2. Support normal commercial relations with Haiti, whereby Canadian mining companies would negotiate with democratically-elected officials who demand fair and environmentally-sound exploitation of Haiti’s natural resources;
  3.  Withdraw all Canadian military and police from Haiti;
  4. Redirect Canadian public funds currently being misused in repressive action by Haiti’s backward oligarchy and their foreign allies against the People (the impoverished Black masses) towards science-based, institution and infrastructure building initiatives – areas of recognized Canadian strength and evident Haitian needs;
  5.  Support the Haitian People’s legitimate claims for reparations from the United Nations (on behalf of over 1 million victims of Cholera contagion brought about by UN troops who were illegally-deployed on the island to consolidate the 2004 coup);
  6. Leave the Core Group of foreign entities meddling and messing in Haitian politics since over a decade.  Send a clear signal that Canada recognizes the need for radical positive change in our relationship and that we truly respect the Haitian People.

Dear Prime Minister Trudeau, we count on you to show that, under your leadership, Canadian foreign policy is truly 2018-ready and aligned with core Canadian values of justice and equity. Let it not be in vain that our nation has recently embraced the International Decade of Peoples of African Descent. Our Canada must unequivocally stand against socio-economic Apartheid in Haiti. Haitians have always rejected repressive White-minority political rule through puppet Black proxies. In their noble struggle, they deserve nothing less than our full and honest support.

Sincerely yours,

Jean Saint-Vil, Gatineau, Québec
Darlène Lozis, Gatineau, Québec
Yves Engler, author, Montreal, Québec
Christian Legeais, Gatineau, Québec
Barry Weisleder, Socialist Action / Ligue pour l'Action socialiste
Jooneed KHAN, retired journalist, writer, Human Rights activist, Montreal, Québec
Marie-Cécile Cavé, Gatineau, Québec
Anthony Fenton, Vancouver, B.C.
Peter Elgin, Kitchener, Ontario
Emmanuel Dupont, Gatineau, Québec
Colin Stuart, Ottawa, Ontario
Marie-Josée Renard, Ottawa, Ontario
Phil Taylor, Toronto, Ontario
Marème Thiam, daughter of Senegal, Ottawa, Ontario
Kevin Skerrett, Ottawa, Ontario
Larry Hannant, Victoria, BC
Francoise Roy, Gatineau, Québec
Anna Di Carlo, National Leader of the Marxist-Leninist Party of Canada
P. Soublière, Gatineau, Québec
Jordan Samolesky, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Louis Lang, Gatineau, Québec
Nick Lin, Ottawa, Ontario
Sabine Beaubrun, Ottawa, Ontario
Shaeed Kareem, Ottawa, Ontario
Elio Janvier, Ottawa, Ontario
Jean-Claude Bien-Aimé, Ottawa, Ontario
Jean Jolicoeur, Orleans, Ontario
Nouini Lozis Saint-Vil, Gatineau, Québec
Lanmoukaji Lozis Saint-Vil, Gatineau, Québec
Joel Kalonji, Seattle, Washington, U.S.A. (visiting Canada)
Isiah Brooks, DesMoines, Iowa, U.S.A. (visiting Canada)
Yvon Villarceau, Ottawa, Canada
Hegmann Germain, Ottawa, Canada
Mimi Beaubrun, Ottawa, Canada
Garito Clédanor, Ottawa, Canada
Norma Forte, Gatineau, Québec
Trevor Haché, Ottawa, Ontario

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