Engler, Yves

2019 Dec 7 - 3:15am
Most Canadians would be surprised to learn that the sun never sets on the military their taxes pay for. This country is not formally at war yet more than 2,100 Canadian troops are sprinkled across the globe. According to the … Continue reading →
Tags: Military
2019 Dec 1 - 8:27am
Why would an alternative media website that questions government and corporate policies about climate change and the environment have so much trouble understanding that the same sort of skepticism is necessary regarding Canadian foreign policy? Imagine a self-declared progressive media … Continue reading →
Tags: Uncategorized, bolivia, Canadian Press, Haiti, Linda Solomon Wood, National Observer
2019 Nov 19 - 4:28am
Organization of American States election observers have played an important role in subverting Bolivian democracy. While some may find it hard to believe that a regional electoral monitoring body would consciously subvert democracy, their actions in the South American country … Continue reading →
Tags: Canada in Haiti, Haiti, Latin America, Uncategorized
2019 Nov 12 - 4:34am
In yet another example of the Liberals saying one thing and doing another, Justin Trudeau’s government has supported the ouster of Evo Morales. The Liberals position on Bolivia’s first ever indigenous president stands in stark contrast with their backing of … Continue reading →
Tags: Latin America, Chrystia Freeland, evo morales
2019 Nov 10 - 3:56am
  “Say my name, say my name If no one is around you Say baby I love you If you ain’t runnin’ game Say my name, say my name You actin’ kinda shady Ain’t callin’ me baby” — Destiny’s Child … Continue reading →
Tags: Canada in Haiti, Haiti, Catherine Dorion, Etienne Côté-Paluck, Jovenel Moïse, Luc Chartrand
2019 Nov 1 - 6:17pm
If the New Democratic Party wants to be part of the solution and not a barrier to creating a better foreign policy it needs to start telling the truth. Stephen Lewis is a liberal imperialist who largely ignores Canada’s contribution … Continue reading →
Tags: Canada in Africa, NDP, Janet Solberg, responsibility to protect
2019 Oct 28 - 5:43am
Haiti is the site of the most sustained popular uprising among many that are currently sweeping the globe. It’s also the most explicitly anti-imperialist, which is part of the reason why it has received the least coverage. For six weeks … Continue reading →
Tags: Canada in Haiti, Haiti, Concertation pour Haïti, Jovenel Moïse, Marie-Claude Bibeau, Solidarité Québec-Haïti
2019 Oct 25 - 10:47pm
How could a prominent opponent of racism and hate ally with B’nai Brith? A recent Ontario Federation of Labour supplement in the Toronto Star prominently profiled Barbara Perry. The Director of the Centre on Hate, Bias and Extremism at the … Continue reading →
Tags: Canada and Israel, israel, Anthony Housefather, Barbara Perry, Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs, Jewish Defence League
2019 Oct 10 - 8:57am
Justin Trudeau recently apologized for dressing up in blackface. He acknowledged that it was a racist act. But he has continued the much more significant racism of his government’s actions towards Haiti, the country that delivered the greatest ever blow … Continue reading →
Tags: Haiti, Justin Trudeau, Jean-Bertrand Aristide, Luigi Einaudi, Michel Martelly, Ottawa Initiative on Haiti
2019 Oct 9 - 2:03am
Is Trudeau really a climate criminal? During a rally/press conference before the September 27 climate strike/protest in Montréal a friend interrupted the Prime Minister to label him a “climate criminal”. When Trudeau joined the enormous march, I dogged him yelling … Continue reading →
Tags: climate, Justin Trudeau, Uncategorized
2019 Oct 5 - 7:49pm
Sustained committed activism is unraveling the dominant media’s shameful blackout of Canadian imperialism in Haiti. But, the bias against putting Canadian policy in a negative light is such that small breakthroughs require tremendous effort. On Monday 15 Haitian community members … Continue reading →
Tags: Canada in Haiti, Haiti, Jovenel Moïse, Justin Trudeau, Solidarité Québec-Haiti #Petrochallenge