A decade ago, Haiti was devastated by an earthquake. It’s still devastated. And what I wrote a decade ago remains too relevant. If you want to understand Haiti, you have to understand two and a half centuries of … READ MORE
The Department of Homeland Security, after a five-year hunt for Osama, finally brought charges against… Greg Palast. As America crawled toward the fifth anniversary of the September 11 attack, Homeland Security charged me and my US producer Matt Pascarella with violating the anti-terror laws. Don’t you feel safer? And I confess: we’re guilty.
A BUZZFLASH INTERVIEW The White House knew [the levees broke] because the Army Corps of Engineers sent them photographs. Again, I want to emphasize that the White House had the photographs of the levees breaking, and didn’t tell state and local officials who had stopped the evacuation because the hurricane missed New Orleans. Everyone thought they dodged a bullet, but the White House didn’t tell anybody the levees broke and were drowning the city. — Greg Palast Greg Palast is just unstoppable, and after you watch his remarkable new DVD, “Big Easy to Big Empty: The Drowning of New Orleans,” you’ll understand why.