Articles by Justin Podur

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Why It’s so Hard for Most Countries to Be Economically Independent from the West—Look No Further than Brazil
Justin Podur | Independent Media Institute – TRANSCEND Media Service, 17 Dec 2018

Western countries insist both on “free trade” with poor countries and farm subsidies for themselves.

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The Carnage of Demonetisation in India
Justin Podur - teleSUR, 26 Dec 2016

People have already died from Modi’s sudden assault on 80 percent of India’s economy.

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Haiti 101 Years after US Invasion, Still Resisting Domination
Justin Podur – teleSUR, 1 Aug 2016

28 Jul 2016 – The U.S. invaded and occupied Haiti 101 years ago today, and remained there for 19 years. Accomplishments of the occupation include raiding the Haitian National Bank, re-instituting slave labor, establishing the hated National Guard, and getting a 25-year contract for the U.S. corporation, United Fruit.

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LIMITED COMPASSION FOR HAITI
Justin Podur – Znet, 26 Jan 2010

Everyone agrees that the Haiti earthquake is a serious situation. Serious enough for the US to send thousands of Marines, to take over the airport, to suspend Haiti’s sovereignty and take over the operation. Serious enough to unify the bitter partisan divide and put Bush, Clinton, and Obama together to raise funds. Serious enough for […]

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