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NOW segment on Miami FTAA
by now Saturday, Feb. 28, 2004 at 8:07 PM
NOW segment on what went down in Miami last November.
A number of indymedia folks and activists spent hours helping the NOW producers with this segment. Now that it has finally aired, the question being asked is, "was it worth it"?
Timoney Looked Bad
by Baltimore & CA Perspective Monday, Mar. 01, 2004 at 9:18 AM
I was in Miami, but was not able to see the Bill Moyer's Show. My Dad sent me an e-mail saying, "The segment on "Now" about the Miami confrontations was disturbing."
He went on to discuss Haiti, Saying:
He was looking into CINTAS Corp. in Haiti. "Well of course there IS a connection between CINTAS and Bush, but even
a cynic like me didn't expect it to be this amazing. Check out this article and note who the biggest contributor was --Dick Farmer the Chairman of the board of CINTAS."
So the trail twists like this: CINTAS corp. takes advantage of virtual slave labor in Haiti; CINTAS Chairman gives $685,000 to Bush and other Republicans; turmoil in Haiti threatens CINTAS profits; Bush kicks out Haiti president and sends in Marines; Dick sends George a thank you note and more money.
FTAA, Miami Model and Haitian Coup are related, of course.
See Link for more thought on the Miami Model.