Slums and domestic servitude
Objectively, paying Haitian workers less than US$0.50/hour has produced slums and squalor. The US foreign policy to promote US corporate interests as a matter of national security has undermined Haitian sovereignty and supported a culture of labor exploitation. The aftermath of these policies is also domestic servitude. Conveniently there is a narrative that wants to represent the problem from the point of view of "slavery" but in reality is a phenomenon driven by extreme poverty. The social engineering experiments in Haiti must stop.
UN "Peacekeepers" that recently left #Haiti spent over a decade working with police to repress workers at the sweatshop factory where this woman is employed. Today, she and her fellow workers took the streets to denounce slave wages and demand the resignation of the president. pic.twitter.com/ajt0piaBea
— Madame Boukman - Justice 4 Haiti ?? (@madanboukman) October 28, 2019