Report New Documents Detail Canada's Role in Haiti Coup (2004) in Federal Politics Posted July 21 New details have emerged concerning Canada's role in Haiti's 2004 coup, specifically the conspiracy to plan and kidnap Haiti's then democratically elected president, President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. Even more interesting is the Liberal government's rationalization for the "Ottawa Initiative on Haiti" given the context of a reluctance for the invasion of Iraq (2003) and its own "Responsibility to Protect" rationalization for interventions (e.g. 1999 Kosovo War), now widely discredited by many UN member nations as "humanitarian imperialism". Quote Canada played a key role in planning and building the rationale for the overthrow of Haiti’s government in 2004, leading to a decade and a half of violence and corruption that culminated in the assassination of president Jovenel Moïse last week. Documents reviewed by The Breach contain new details about a secretive meeting hosted by the Canadian government in Ottawa and Meech Lake in 2003, which laid the groundwork for a military intervention a year later by U.S. and Canadian forces, and supported by France, against Haiti’s elected President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. https://breachmedia.ca/new-documents-detail-how-canada-helped-plan-2004-coup-detat-in-haiti/ Haiti has been purposely destabilized for over 100 years by American, Canadian, French, and other interests. The latest assassination just continues the legacy of corruption, violence, and international complicity.