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Making money from the earthquake in Haiti

August 7, 2010
| Monsanto and American Rice are just two of the transnational corporations who are taking advantage of the humanitarian disaster in Haiti to improve their bottom lines.
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Naomi Klein issues Haiti disaster capitalism alert

Journalist and author Naomi Klein spoke in New York last night and addressed the crisis in Haiti: “We have to be absolutely clear that this tragedy -- which is part natural, part unnatural -- must, under no circumstances, be used to, one, further indebt Haiti and, two, to push through unpopular corporatist policies in the interest of our corporations. This is not conspiracy theory. They have done it again and again.”

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