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The road to hell is paved with corporate profits and compromised NGOs

From The Blog

  • Burundi: L’ingérence de Washington et de l’UE ne sont pas inévitables

    “Shinduje est un ami de longue date de Samantha Power, actuellement l’ambassadrice états-unienne au Conseil de Sécurité. En effet, en 2001 il a mis sur pied, avec Samantha Power qui en a été la co-fondatrice, la Radio Publique Africaine. La RPA a obtenu très vite un accord de partenariat avec la Voix de l’Amérique, la radio officielle internationale de Washington.”

  • Creating Failed States | Next up: Burundi

    As noted by Charles Kambanda, a former professor at the University of Rwanda, what really is happening in Burundi is that multinational corporations are seeking to create a failed state — as they did previously in the Congo — in order to plunder the resources of the region. Avaaz*, an NGO co-founded by Perriello, has called on the UN, US and EU to send in the troops–much like it did in Libya and Syria.

  • Murder in Honduras

    “Murder of indigenous activists in Honduras has prompted the UN Special Rapporteur on Indigenous Peoples, Victoria Tauli-Corpuz*, to issue a warning about state-sponsored ethnic cleansing there, where, since 2010, 44 indigenous activists have been killed to facilitate free market development. Unfortunately, Corpuz fails to mention the US role in this atrocity. “

  • Co-opting Indigenous NGOs

    “Ford Foundation propaganda at Indian Country Today is meant to co-opt indigenous NGOs in support of Wall Street-funded initiatives. As a supporter of World Bank mega-development on indigenous territories, Ford supports the corporate and state neglect of indigenous human rights. Dependence on Ford and its brokerage International Fund for Indigenous Peoples limits strategy.”

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