Haiti

Haiti is a nation in the Caribbean transpiring with a magnificent history. Circumstances in that part of the world accumulate with triumphs and grave sufferings. There has been the recent January 2010 Earthquake of Haiti (whose capital is Port au Prince) where over 50,000 people possibly have died. It’s a very catastrophic quake with a 7.0 on the Richter scale. Folks from America, the UK, Germany, China, and nations all of the world are sending relief efforts into Haiti. The magnitude of the disaster is incredible incalculable to describe. Doctors without Borders wants infrastructure to be built along with rescue workers to find survivors in the huge rubble inside of Haiti. That’s a legitimate action to take since assistance is always a necessity to help our human beings in a meaningful fashion. A large Haitian community exists in America, so many Haitian Americans are trying to contact their relatives in Haiti to see if they are fine or not. Haiti have been plagued with huge poverty. We should hope that Haiti will be much better than it is now. It’s also important to give a massive amount of aid to people who need it in Haiti. The world is indeed starting to respond to cries of help from the great nation of Haiti. Dozens of

folks are being saved from the existence of crushed rubble in the buildings throughout Haiti. We shouldn’t stop with humanitarian aide until Haiti is definitely on its feet again. Haiti fought for their independence and it was the first name to achieve independence in the Caribbean in 1791. A slave rebellion that became the Haitian Revolution under the leadership of Toussaint l'Ouverture established Haiti as a free, black republic by 1804. Haiti became the world's oldest black Republic, and the second oldest republic in the Western Hemisphere, after the United States. Toussaint Louverture was kidnapped by military General (and Napoleon’s brother in law) Charles Leclerc. He was accused of plotting an uprising. He was jailed and died of pneumonia in April of 1803. The remaining two-thirds of Hispaniola were conquered by Haitian forces in 1821. Many Haitian people fought against the British inside the U.S. during the American war of independence. They won a decisive battle in Savannah, Georgia where a stature commemorate that victory. In 1844, the newly-formed Dominican Republic declared its independence from Haiti. Other nations gained independence from European nations in the 19th century. To this day, some states in Caribbean are controlled by European powers. Problems in Haiti existed even early in its country’s history. After Haiti achieved its independence, Haiti was forced to pay huge reparations to France. Haiti struggled to pay off the debt in over a century. There has been foreign intervention in Haiti for imperial purposes like the long U.S. military occupation in the early 1900’s at July 28, 1915. This occupation came at the urging of the National City Bank of New York. The deal with was that certain bankers and corporations (like the Haitian American Sugar Company) didn’t like the people of Haiti getting rid of the puppet dictator Jean Vilbrun Guilaume Sam. Sam was known for torturing and executing political prisoners. President Woodrow Wilson gave 330 Marines to Port-au-Prince. Secretary of the Navy, Admiral William Deville Bundy was told to protect American and foreign interests. Wilson claimed to maintain peace and order, yet they wanted to promote the interests of National City Bank of New York and the Haitian American Sugar Company. Later, Haiti experienced literally slavery.

The U.S. forced Senate Philippe Sudre Dartiguenave as the head of state. “When the National Assembly met, the Marines stood in the aisles with their bayonets until the man selected by the American Minister was made President,” Smedley Butler later wrote. Butler would administer Haiti’s local police force. The U.S. supported other Haitian dictators like “Papa Doc” (who is estimated to have killed as high as 30,000 people) and “Baby Doc” Duvalier. Duvalier supported death squads. Butler commented that he acted as a brainwashed person in his mental faculties while he worked in Haiti. The U.S. police force was called the Gendarmerie d’Haiti. The Gendarmerie made conscripted labor (or slavery) by forcing Haitian peasants to work on roads for three days a year. Workers were forced to work being bound with ropes for weeks and even months at a time. This caused a rebellion by 40,000 Haitians in 1918 and the Marines killed 2,000 people. An admirer of Mussolini named Louis Borno was installed as President of Haiti after Dartiguenave refuted to repay debts to the National City Bank (or the Citibank today). The National City Bank ruled Haiti’s National Bank and the railroad system. This was when U.S. forces killed about 15,000 Haitian and imposed a $16 million loan on the Haitian government to pay of its “debt“ to France. The American loan was paid off in 1947 making Haiti bankrupt according to author Randall Robinson. Even in 1986, the IMF gave Haiti a $24.6 million loan under its Structural Adjustment Facility program. Its condition was that Haiti was proposed to cut public spending, close “inefficient public enterpises” and liberalize its trade policies. Some believe that lowering Haiti tariffs on rice made many Haitian rice farmers to be forced out of business (along with being harmed by government subsidized U.S. farm exports). Paul Street accused the female and captive labor force of being forced into working in slave like condition in mostly U.S. owned export oriented assembly plants and sweatshops. During the 1990‘s, 20,000 U.S. troops and peacekeepers pacified Haiti to make it submit to the IMF & Western hegemony. Jean-Bertrand Aristide was

overthrown for his short reign in 1991 (and other years in the 1990‘s and early 21st century). Aristide was known for rejecting the neo-liberal policies of NAFTA, etc. Ironically, he was democratically elected. The Haitian armed forces were disbanded and the U.S. State Department hired the mercenary company DynCorp (a documented CIA cut-out for covert operations) to provide “technical advice” in restructuring the Haitian National Police. Michel Chossudovsky believed that the IMF caused high Haitian unemployment. Aristide made reforms of Haiti and has been accused of corruption. The U.S. military have been in Haiti today as well They say that they want to aide in humanitarian efforts in the nation in 2010. Evidence have proven that historically, U.S. military intervention into Haiti haven’t been a tranquil setting to say the least. Today, the Department of Defense, USAID (or the U.S. Agency for International Development), and the State Department are involved in the relief effort. USAID is sending food aid in Haiti being distributed by the World Food Program. So, much of these agencies are ruled by the Pentagon. There is the aircraft USS Carl Vinson with supporting ships already in Port au Prince. The U.S. government just allowed itself to taken over several governmental functions in Haiti. An extension of the Western military is SOUTHCOM (or the US. Southern Command).

Haiti had been destitute because of these issue and recently (just before the earthquake), Haiti tried to develop itself in radical means. Like always evil eugenicists are exploiting the Earthquake tragedy in order to promote their nefarious goals of population control and abortion. One example is how U.N. officials have explicitly promoted sterilization and abortion. Now, one abortionist named Joyce Tarnew (she killed as many as 800-900 unborn babies a year before closing her abortion clinic) admitted to the New York Times newspaper in July 2004 that she sterilized as many

people as she can. She is indeed a very wicked woman. She is definitely in my opinion bigoted against the Haitian people. Tarnow told the New Times at the time that she supports population control because America "can't take all the people in the world." "We need to help nations that can subsist and let others wither on the vine," she said. She told the newspaper that Haiti, and third-world nations like it with high populations, "has denuded the whole land." Her advice for the country? "Stew in your own juices." Tarnow hasn't changed her stripes since targeting low-income Haitians in south Florida with abortions. Now she is the president of the anti-immigration group: Floridians for a Sustainable Population. This organization bashes even legal immigration, but immigration has been a blessing in American society for centuries. Numerous backgrounds of people sacrificed a lot and continue to give America an unique flavor of diversity, culture, and strong ties among the whole nation of America. Tarnow is a liar and a bigot (this is ironic since plenty of pro-abortionists are very racist against people of color. You just don’t witness it in the mainstream media. Harry Reid‘s comments are a recent example of this. To his credit, Reid apologized) since it’s apart of our humanity to help as many people as possible. CNN reported the United Nations told doctors to let Haitians die. All human beings have value and if a human being is hurting, able bodied human beings have a personal responsibility to assist their fellow man. Overpopulation have conclusively proven to be a total lie and stats (even from the establishment) bear this reality out. Not to mention that throughout human history, problems existing in a society have been overcome through resilience action and compassionate activities. I don’t believe in selfishness, but selflessness in other to bring out justice and improve the conditions of all people. Every race of people in

humanity have done great things in the world and this truth will continue to inspire us to be better morally, spiritually, and intellectually. Yet, beyond this, people should help Haiti in any legitimate way
possible.

I haven't really commenting the Pat Robertson's words in Haiti not the Net until now. Robertson said that the Devil made a curse with the people of Haiti and this caused Haiti to experience the Earthquake. He insisted that Haiti’s misfortunes reflect a supposed pact with the Devil made by Haitian rebels during the war for independence from France. Robertson is a liar since no evidence shows that and the Earthquake was a natural occurrence not a result of a curse. It’s even unscriptural to assume every Haitian person (even faithful Haitian Christians) are bound under a curse that don’t exist at all. The rumor of the pact with the Devil story (in order for Haiti to have political independence from France) has been debunked by many researchers like Jean R. Gelin , Ph.D. & Greg Sager (although I don’t agree with all of Sager’s views as we should never get involved in voodoo or occult spiritualism). Boukman’s “pact with the devil” is a myth concocted by Catholic missionaries who were fighting the influence of voodoo at the time and subsequent to Haitian independence, a myth later seized upon by Protestant missionaries for similar reasons. Tons of Missionaries are great people, but you don‘t promote lies in order to spread the Gospel at all. Since this pact never exist, then

there can be no reason to justify Pat’s words anyway. That slick trick to demonize the Haitian people collectively don’t work at all. Pat Robertson notoriously outlined false prophecies during his broadcasts spanning years. Most people in Haiti are Roman Catholic in about 80% of the people while 16% of Haitians are Protestants or Baptists. There are voodoo worshippers there and a growing population of Muslims in Haiti. Robertson is controlled opposition in order for the worldly society to give a convenient excuse to demonize all conservative Christians in general when Pat isn't even a real conservative Christian (He's a Dominionist and a Charismatic with ties to the Council on National Policy. He was a protégé of the late Knight of Malta J. Peter Grace) Pat Robertson is a radical. People like Pat Robertson don’t give

Christianity a bad name. Pat Robertson and those of his ilk gives themselves not Christianity a bad reputation. He was born in Virginia like
me. For the record, not every Virginian is like Pat. We Virginians have been always been a liberty loving people. We‘re aren‘t perfect, but we always eloquently displayed our opinions dedicated to the proposition of dealing with humanity fairly and equitable with love. Bill Clinton and George W. Bush (who are puppets of the elite) talk about helping the people of Haiti. This is interesting duo to say the least. There is nothing wrong with humanitarian help, but both of these men have been involved in war crimes plus other immoral foreign policy transgressions. Bill Clinton promoted the terror campaign in the former Yugoslavia, facilitated the death squads in Colombia, bombed Iraq, and bombed a crucial pharmaceutical factory in Sudan (not a terrorist hideout). George W. Bush had been involved in the Iraq War (where over 1 million people die. There was the scandal of Abu Ghraib, the destruction of Falluja and Ramadi, plus civilian massacres in Haditha, etc.). Bush bombed Afghanistan and Pakistan like the current Barack Obama is doing. His father George H. W. Bush allowed other bad policies. Ironically, the US Air Force have taken over the airports in Haiti. Some patriots and other truth seekers believe that this covert U.S. military domination of Haiti is used a backdrop for the West to militarize Haiti (along with trying to confront Cuba and Venezuela). Military bases from America are all over Latin America already. People take cover as U.S. soldiers from the 82nd Airborne land with Sea Hawk helicopters at the garden of the damaged Presidential Palace in Port-au-Prince in January 19, 2010. If an American city had an earthquake and foreign military troops came into that city to have strict rules of engagement under the guise of “humanitarian aide” there would be a huge outcry among us. Similar things are occurring in Haiti now. I don’t agree with the over militarization of Haiti by U.S. forces since they might not give the Haitian nation the opportunity to rebuild their civilian government. Foreign military occupation is never a way to enact just aid toward the Haitian people at all.
There was recently a 6.1 aftershock that occurred in the vicinity of Haiti. This was the strongest jolt since the initial earthquake began. There is still a search for survivors. Some survivors have been discovered in the collapsed ruins of buildings and other structures. There is some violence going in Haiti, but the vast majority of the Haitian people have acted in a legitimate fashion to seek fundamentally basic survival in their

moment of suffering.

There can be hospitals, food, water, and other supplies going over there without the militarization efforts. There are tons of contribution of Haitian people to the human race in a wide spectrum of ways. Back in the late 1950’s, tons of educated Haitian doctors, lawyers, and engineers came into New York City, Mount Vernon, Nyack, Spring Valley, and Miami. Their motivation for their journey into America was because of the oppression of the Duvalier regime. There are tons of Haitian people that made a difference in the world. Here are some of their names. Rose Anne Auguste is a nurse, social worker, and human rights activist. She was born in November 29, 1963, in Jérémie. She risked her life to rescue patients at the general hospitals when soldiers came to finish off those wounded while resisting the cup. She used a clinic to treat hundreds of women, men, and children per day. In 1994, she received the Reebok Human Rights Award, which she later donated to Partners in Health in support of destitute women in Haiti. Marleine Bastien fought to have development of Haitian communities in South Florida. She worked to oppose domestic violence, child abuse, and she fought for breast cancer prevention. Jacques Roumain was a writer and political activist who fought for Haitian nationalism. His efforts help to end the U.S. occupation of Haiti that lasted from 1915 to 1934. He was a great poet, although I don’t agree with him forming the Haitian

Communist Party when Communism was funded by the international bankers just like monopoly capitalism (as proven by Anthony Sutton and other authors). It’s easily found that Stalin and Mao were funded and supported by Wall Street. Via Morgan, Rockefeller, etc. Leon Trotsky was given millions of dollars to forment the Russian Revolution. Lenin was provided a free pass to travel across Europe with the help of Max Warburg, head of the Rothschild-affiliated Warburg bank. He was put in a sealed railway car with over $5 million in gold from the German government and upon reaching Petrograd was joined by Stalin and Trotsky. “The course of Russian history has, indeed, been greatly affected by the operations of international bankers,” Rep. Louis T. McFadden, chairman of the House Banking and Currency Committee throughout the 1920-30s, explained. “The Soviet Government has been given United States Treasury funds by the Federal Reserve Board… acting through the Chase Bank.” David Rockefeller endorsed Mao’s reign of terror killing about 70 million people in his own words: “…Whatever the price of the Chinese Revolution, it has obviously succeeded not only in producing more efficient and dedicated administration, but also in fostering high morale and community of purpose. The social experiment in China under Chairman Mao’s leadership is one of the most important and successful in human history…” Why would Rockefeller do this when he’s supposedly a “capitalist.” The truth is that Communism and cartel-capitalism are both tools not to really help the poor, but to centralize wealth unto a select group of people wherefore the super rich consolidate plus control most of the wealth on Earth. This is explained by Gary Allen as in these words: “…Communism or more accurately, socialism, is not a movement of the downtrodden masses, but of the economic elite..” Even much of Barack Obama’s administration are made up of banker agents from the Federal Reserve and Goldman Sachs. Glen Beck rants about Communists, the Cold War hoax, and the Red Scare of the 1950’s (which violated civil liberties of numerous people) ignore the truth that the global elite ruled international Communism as a springboard to create globalization (and to centralize wealth more efficiently in the hands of the super rich). Even in Haiti, the Westerners like in America, France, and Great Britain put oppressive sanctions and other evil policies in Haiti. That’s why Haiti have had a hard time to build up itself after all of these years. So, I want to make that point. Some believe that HAARP technology caused the earthquake. There is no conclusive evidence for this, but it wouldn’t be surprising for me if this is true. Machines causing earthquakes, hurricanes, rain, snow, etc. have existed since the 1960’s. Imagine how advanced this technology is today. HAARP is based in a research facility in Alaska. It studies the atmosphere. There has been rumors that HAARP is blamed on the January 9 quake in Eureka, California and the 7.8 magnitude quake in China (that had killed almost 90,000 people in 2008). Former U.S. Defense Secretary William Cohen admitted that "terrorists" can set up earthquakes, alter climates, set off volcanoes using electromagnetic waves remotely. He wanted to intensify his counterterrorism efforts back then. Cohen was talking about longitudinal EM wave interferometers (LWI) technology (also known as “Tesla howitzers”). LWI waves can effortlessly pass through the ocean and earth. Experts claim LWI waves can in fact pass through the earth and emerge on the other side. The United States and Russia have possessed this technology for decades. Cohen use of terrorists using this technology is

interesting since there are different forms of terrorism. Some people in government (not all) are terrorists. Professor Gordon J. F. MacDonald was the associate director of the Institute of Geophysical and Planetary Physics at the University of California in Los Angeles, California. He was a member of the President's Science Advisory Committee. In 1966, he published papers on the use of environmental control technologies for military purposes. Other purposes of this technology are about earthquake engineering, weather manipulation, climate modification, polar ice cap melting or destabilization, and ozone depletion techniques. “The revealed secrets surprised legislators,” writes Dr. Nick Begich. “Would an inquiry into the state of the art of electromagnetic manipulation surprise lawmakers today? They may find out that technologies developed out of the HAARP experiments in Alaska could deliver on Gordon MacDonald’s vision because leading-edge scientists are describing global weather as not only air pressure and thermal systems, but also as an electrical system.” The HAARP program has been discussed in detail via Jesse Ventura's "Conspiracy Theory" television show. There is no evidence yet that the Pentagon used HAARP to create the massive earthquake in Haiti. What is true is that the U.S. have used the earthquake as a convenient excuse to militarily occupy Haiti. You see how UN “peacekeepers” are firing rubber bullets into innocent Haitian crowds. There are extensive foreign NGOs coming into Haiti to stagnant the Haitian people to develop their own political and economic self-determination. Some Haitians were deported from America and this was stop with the January 15, 2010 announcement. This announcement by the Obama administration says that Haiti would join other nations (they are Honduras, Nicaragua, Somalia, El Salvador, and Sudan) and be given TPS status or temporary protected status by the Secretary of Homeland Security. Some like Ms. Laurent believes that Haiti’s offshore oil and other mineral riches are being utilized to be built as a transshipment terminal for U.S. supermarket. She (or known as Ezili Danto) is apart of the HLLN or the Haitian Lawyers Leadership Network. She wrote that: “…There is evidence that the United States found oil in Haiti decades ago and due to the geopolitical circumstances and big business interests of that era made the decision to keep Haitian oil in reserve for when Middle Eastern oil had dried up. This is detailed by Dr. Georges Michel in an article dated March 27, 2004 outlining the history of oil explorations and oil reserves in Haiti and in the research of Dr. Ginette and Daniel Mathurin…There is also good evidence that these very same big US oil companies and their inter-related monopolies of engineering and defense contractors made plans, decades ago, to use Haiti’s deep water ports either for oil refineries or to develop oil tank farm sites or depots where crude oil could be stored and later transferred to small tankers to serve U.S. and Caribbean ports. This is detailed in a paper about the Dunn Plantation at Fort Liberte in Haiti…Ezili’s HLLN underlines these two papers on Haiti’s oil resources and the works of Dr. Ginette and Daniel Mathurin in order to provide a view one will not find in the mainstream media nor anywhere

else as to the economic and strategic reasons the US has constructed its fifth largest embassy in the world – fifth only besides the US embassy in China, Iraq, Iran and Germany – in tiny Haiti, post the 2004 Haiti Bush regime change…”

Wyclef Jean is a famous musician talking about the Haitian tragedy. Wyclef Jean has been demonized by the media, because some believe that he was promoting methods of donating to charities where the money actually goes to the victims instead of being swallowed up by giant transnational charities (that has been caught stealing money before). Wyclef Jean, George Clooney, and others (in the Hollywood crowd, etc.) lead a telethon to create money in order to assist the victims of the Haitian Earthquake. Many of the celebrities were on phones receiving phone calls from people in America and the world who desired to send money to various charities. There was music shown and a lot of stories describing the various instances of tragedy plus hope that existed in the surroundings of Haiti. Also, it just proves that humans are flawed, yet we are always capable of compassionate behavior to our fellow man. Some selfish people say worry about America only. No, we’re all human beings and we should help all people all of the time globally including America, Haiti, etc. I want to mention this. We should have a great deal of concern for Americans too including those who live in the poor communities of America (that make up many black people, Native American people, white people, Hispanic people, Asian people, etc.) with the same intensity as many of us have shown to

the Haitian people. That‘s a real thing to mention in my eyes. It’s important to send food and clothing donations in Haiti as well not just money. We should be careful where the money is going to, especially with people like George W. Bush and Bill Clinton in the helm of tons of money send by people to their groups. Also, Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon is a famous Haitian-American actress, model, and public speaker. Garcelle cried that she was glad that world finally cared about the horrendous plight transpiring in the country of Haiti. The reason is that for so much very few human beings actually cared about the goings on in Haiti. We should all have dreams. One of my many dreams in life is that Haiti will get out of these complications and change itself into a fruitful nation in the Caribbean indeed. By Timothy

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