Joe Emersberger

Joe Emersberger is an editor of HaitiAnalysis.com.

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Reuters depiction (6/7/19) of Venezuelan refugees. (Photo: Pilar Olivares/Reuters) Views
Friday, June 14, 2019
Study Linking US Sanctions to Venezuelan Deaths Buried By Reuters for Over a Month
I emailed Stephanie Nebehay of Reuters on May 22 about her article, “Venezuela Turns to Russia, Cuba, China in Health Crisis” ( 5/22/19 ). Her article depicted the impact of US sanctions as an allegation that Venezuelan government officials are alone in making. The article stated: The opposition...
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A van with a billboard in support of American whistleblower Chelsea Manning and WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is parked outside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London Views
Saturday, April 13, 2019
Assange’s ‘Conspiracy’ to Expose War Crimes Has Already Been Punished
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange should never have been punished for working with a whistleblower to expose war crimes. Chelsea Manning, the whistleblower, has done more time in prison, under harsher conditions, than William Calley , a key perpetrator of the My Lai massacre. Remarkably, Manning is...
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Tuesday, February 12, 2019
Facts Don’t Interfere With Propaganda Blitz Against Venezuela’s Elected President
The Miami Herald ( 2/8/19 ) reported, “Venezuelan leader Nicolás Maduro continues to reject international aid—going so far as to blockade a road that might have been used for its delivery.“ The “Venezuelan leader” reporter Jim Wyss referred to is Venezuela’s elected president. In contrast, Wyss...
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Wednesday, March 23, 2011
Note To Progressives Who Back a No Fly Zone on Libya
Iraq alone should have made any progressive support for Western military intervention in Libya negligible. It is very sad to see that didn't happen. The corporate media has, again, succeeded in getting many well intentioned progressives to think within its box.
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Tuesday, January 25, 2011
NYT Promotes Destructive Myths About Aristide
Ginger Thompson wrote in the New York Times on January 19 that former Haitian President Jean Bertrand Aristide “rose to power as a champion of Haiti’s poor but became notorious for his violent crackdowns of political dissent.” [1]
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