Lenin's Tomb comments on shades-of-Katrina racist reporting that Haitians are making roadblocks with corpses.
Prog Gold writes that "Pat Robinson is right," but it's not what you think. Read it.
Al Jazeera has a series of photos of people waiting for aid.
Bill Quigley on Democracy Now! talks about US treatment of Haiti and its effects on the current situation there. So does Ashely Smith here, with particular emphasis on former US President Bill Clinton's past role in that country's "development," and now - never missing an opportunity to get in the limelight (shocker) - as the UN's special envoy to Haiti. In the same vein, a video broadcast by Al Jazeera, summarising the history of imperialist exploitation of Haiti and their connection to this "natural disaster."
Bill Quigley also provides a list of "Ten Things the US Can and Should Do for Haiti."
Speaking of lists, Naomi Klein comments on Democracy Now yesterday, referencing what she wrote that afternoon on her website about the Heritage Foundation's Shock Doctrine opportunities in Haiti.
Spending the night in revamped trams and trains
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