CIA/FBI pedophile blackmail videos, Seattle APEC, "underage boys provided as prostitutes to visiting dignitaries attending the weeklong November conference of 15 Asia-Pacific nations", Bangkok APEC, "Thai security at the empty orphanage explained to a teacher that the children had been removed for President Bush, for security at the Bangkok APEC conference, and to express gratitude to Thai soldiers serving with US troops in the mideast".
It is because of the above constitutional articles' provisions and a particular legal precedent that concerns former Senator Rudolph Boulos Mr. Moise, who represents the northern region of Haiti in parliament, is inclined to commence parliamentary proceedings against the alleged usurpers to subsequently remove them them from their functions, and ultimately, see them all sentenced to prison for a long duration of time after they face Haiti High Court of Justice or Supreme Court.
The latest turning point justs ad to the continuing and ever occurring political crisis of dictatorial nature in Haiti, where less than five days ago a chief prosecutor submitted his letter of resignation to his hierarchical chief instead of navigating in President Martelly's world of illegality, such as issuing fraudulent arrest warrants, even against assumed political opponents.
John DeCamp asked his friend Bill Colby, "What do Ronald Reagan, President George Bush (Sr.), former CIA Director William E. Colby, Democratic presidential candidate Bob Kerrey, billionaire and second richest man in America and now head of Salomon Brothers - Warren Buffett, and Ronald Roskens, the current administrator of USAID, all have in common?" Colby replied, "I give up, what could that group have in common?" DeCamp answered, "Three things, all of them a burden at times for those who have to carry them. The three things are me (John DeCamp), a case called Franklin, and a man named Larry King."
Lawrence E. (Larry) King was the manager of Franklin Community Federal Credit Union, when it was raided by federal agencies and shut down. Nearly $40 million was missing from the coffers of the credit union, as the financial scandal turned into something more. It became known children from Omaha and its surroundings said they had been flown from city to city to be abused at parties held by Franklin's officers, well-known Nebraskans, and Republican activists.
Jorge Torres-Puello, a man who provided legal advice to the 10 American Baptists accused of kidnapping 33 Haitian children after the earthquake there was arrested Thursday night in the Dominican Republic for human trafficking, the country's anti-narcotics agency said Friday.
The man, identified as Jorge Torres-Puello, is linked to a network that trafficked in Haitian and Central American children and is wanted in the United States, El Salvador and Costa Rica, the National Drug Control Agency said in a news release.
Torres-Puello had been hiding in the Dominican Republic after he was accused of using the country to take 33 Haitian children to North America.
Ten Baptists from the Idaho-based charity New Life Children’s Refuge could be prosecuted in America for child trafficking. Haitian Prime Minister Max Bellerive said his country is open to having the Americans face US justice, since most government buildings - including Haiti's courts - were crippled by the monster earthquake. 'It is clear now that they were trying to cross the border without papers. It is clear now that some of the children have live parents,' Bellerive said. 'And it is clear now that they knew what they were doing was wrong.'
Haitian investigating judge Bernard Sainvil said he would need to check whether there was any prior connection between Dominican Republic national Jorge Torres-Puello and Laura Silsby, the leader of the U.S. group that said it had plans to shelter the Haitian children in an orphanage it was establishing in Dominican Republic(?!).
The missionaries have been in jail since they were arrested on January 29 trying to take the 33 children across the border to the Dominican Republic 17 days after the magnitude 7 earthquake that killed at least 212,000 people in Haiti.
Port-au-Prince, Haiti (CNN) -- The group of American missionaries in Haiti facing kidnapping charges for trying to take 33 children out of the country last week made an earlier, unsuccessful attempt at taking dozens of other children, a Haitian police officer said Monday. He had stopped the 10 Baptist missionaries, including group leader Laura Silsby, on January 26 as they tried to transport 40 children on a bus from Haiti to the Dominican Republic.
The officer said he discovered Silsby and the nine other Americans on a bus in the Port-au-Prince neighborhood of Petionville in the early afternoon of January 26 after receiving a tip from a concerned citizen.
He stopped the group and ordered the children to get off the bus. He then directed Silsby to the Dominican embassy.
"I said what happened, and she (Silsby) told me, 'I have the paperwork to cross the Haitian Dominican border with 100 children,' " the officer said.
According to Atty. Ezili Dantò, Haitian Lawyers Leadership Network, the network is dealing with 16 similar cases and she believes the issue of child molestation in Africa and Haiti is pandemic. Recently, 110 UN peacekeepers were deported out of Haiti for starting a brothel and funneling children in and out of their tanks for sex, she said, adding that much of these activities occur under the cultural narrative that White American and foreign charitable workers like Mr. Perlitz are superior to the Haitian people so whatever they do is more important than what Haitians are doing.
“He hid behind this religious persona and I thought it was critically important that I unveiled that religious persona because that persona is hiding a lot of mess in Haiti right now. I call it false benevolence, this idea that there are 16,000 NGO's in Haiti, and Haitians are dying,” Attorney Dantò said.
“There are 16,000 charitable organizations and they're all raking in the dollars to pay for their lifestyle on an island with maids, butlers and nice seafood to eat. They are living off in the hills and people are dying on the streets. They've collected almost $2 billion off our name and most of it is earning interest in charitable organization executives' bank accounts,” Attorney Ezili Dantò said.
In Morne Cabrit, Constructora Hadom, a Dominican construction company, which designed and built sitecast reinforced-concrete construction prototypes at the 2011 ‘Building Back Better Communities’ Expo at Zoranje, received a contract from the Government of Haiti for a new -1,000-unit development and swiftly set up a neighboring concrete plant and imported all materials and labor.
Emboldened by the lack of consequences for subverting the U.S. constitution and breaking international law during the Iran-Contra scandal of the 1980s, a Bush administration group known as “the Vulcans” planned a bigger drive to crush Communism once and for all. They waged war against the Soviet Union and Iraq under George H.W. Bush, and against Iraq and Afghanistan under George W. Bush. Belonging to this group were Dick Cheney, Don Rumsfeld, Colin Powell, Paul Wolfowitz, Richard Armitage, and Condoleezza Rice.
The Vulcan’s drive to bring an end to the Cold War was fueled by a covert war chest invisible to congressional oversight. This war chest would be known by several names: Black Eagle Trust, the Marcos gold, Yamashita’s Gold, the Golden Lily Treasure, the Durham Trust or Project Hammer. The program also seems to have lined the pockets of the individuals that executed this policy. This was done to the tune of a staggering $240 billion dollars in covert and allegedly illegal bonds, which appear to have been replaced with Treasury notes backed by U.S. taxpayers in the aftermath of September 11.
In 2001, George W. Bush sent a Navy Seal team to the Philippines to retrieve a portion of the loot. The younger Bush has been a player in the black market for gold for sometime. His representative to purchase the gold was William S. Parish, his nominee as ambassador to Great Britain, and the manager of his blind trust. James Foley was appointed as ambassador to Haiti by George W. prior to the Bush inspired revolt in 2004. Foley was another player in the Black Eagle Trust. Which leads to the question, did money from the Black Eagle Trust finance the arming of the Haitian rebels? -- Guy Phillippe destabilizing for CIA, excusing US/UN occupation 2004-present.
The World Bank, controlled by the US, insisted on collecting the Haiti quake donation dollars at the UN and this was supervised by Bill Clinton. This was unprecedented, in the entire history of the UN, as the UN has its own UNDP banker that traditionally holds such funds. Ezili's HLLN has been shouting this duplicity and theft since both the World Bank and the UN's banker took an "administrative fee" off the top, from every dollar meant for homeless and traumatized Haiti quake victims. We're told, though we'd like more verification that the fee taken off the top, was 7% or so, by each of these entities (that's 7% of billions of quake dollars!!) and leaving Haitians in tarps, with cholera, no shelter but Warren Buffet/Bill Clinton formaldehyde trailers and saddled with cholera insurance for destitute market women to purchase!. But we believe the thievery goes deeper, is more shocking. It seems that mining magnates, other financiers and robber barons may have curried political and military favor from the US to steal Haiti mining resources and lands by giving the Clinton Foundation what may have amounted to a bribe. Perhaps folks reached by the Ezili Network would consider researching this further. We need this assistance. For further direct those interested, suffices it to say that a new article, revealed this week that big backers of the Clinton Foundation with Swiss Bank accounts, invested/"donated" to the Clinton's Foundation. One named Clinton Foundation investor with a Swiss Bank accounts is Canadian mining magnate Frank Guistra. Consider 1. the details explored in our article here titled: US to Rewrite Constitution to Better Serve the One Percent ; Consider 2. Giustra team with Clinton, Slim on Haiti
"Mr. Giustra and Mr. Clinton launched the Clinton Giustra Sustainable Growth Initiative (CGSGI) in 2007, as an offshoot of Mr. Clinton's own charitable foundation. Mr. Giustra, who made his fortune in Canada's rough and tumble junior mining sector, initially pledged $100-million to the CGSGI, which provides aid and funding for small businesses in areas of the world that have been affected by the mining industry.
The duo came under scrutiny when it was revealed that the former president had travelled to Kazakhstan in 2005 and met with that country's president Nursultan Nazarbayev along with Mr. Giustra. Shortly after the meeting, Mr. Giustra was able to close a deal to acquire uranium assets in the former Soviet republic. Both Mr. Giustra and Mr. Clinton have denied that the former president has helped Mr. Giustra in his business dealings."--Giustra team with Clinton, Slim on Haiti
UN occupation force,MINUSTAH, is not truly a “peacekeeping” force, as there is no armed conflict in Haiti, however, Canada wouldn’t be the first country to use MINUSTAH for diplomatic or political reasons as opposed to legitimate security concerns. In fact, as we have previously noted, diplomatic cables released by Wikileaks show the motives behind Brazil taking the lead for MINUSTAH were largely political. One such cable, from March 2008 asserts:
Brazil has stayed the course as leader of MINUSTAH in Haiti despite a lack of domestic support for the PKO [peacekeeping operation]. The MRE [Ministry of External Relations] has remained committed to the initiative because it believes that the operation serves [Foreign Minister Celso] Amorim's obsessive international goal of qualifying Brazil for a seat on the UN Security Council.
The International Finance Corporation (IFC), the investment wing of the World Bank, has invested in Eurasian Minerals, partner to Newmont Mining in Haiti. As of the end of 2012, the IFC owns 7.1% of Eurasian Minerals stock (see Eurasian Minerals, Corporate Overview, March 2013). Meanwhile the World Bank intends to help Haiti rewrite its Mining Law.
Kambale Musavuli, of Congo, on a speaking panel at Brecht Forum with Ezili Danto of Haiti Lawyers Leadership Network, said that World Bank rewrote mining laws in Congo, as it did in Haiti, and, also as in Haiti, at the same time had the same conflict of interest by its investment wing, IFC, having an equity interest in a large mining concern in Congo.
Is there something wrong with this picture? This is most certainly conflict of interest and outrageously so.
While giving lip-service to having other priorities, the IFC’s major concern appears return on investment. Thus, what favors Eurasian Minerals-Newmont, favors the IFC. In short, it is essentially letting a mining company help rewrite the mining law. In fact, one can suspect that they have let Newmont and others help them write policy and laws. The IFC seems very warm and snuggly with Newmont, and the closeness between Newmont and Eurasian must certainly have been instrumental in their decision to invest. The decision was made prior to the earthquake. Newmont owns 6.3% of Eurasian Minerals and Eurasian CEO, Dave Cole, worked for Newmont, prior to Eurasian, and was part of the Newmont exploration team for the notorious Yanacocha mine in Peru.
Wikileaks made the relevant “cablegate” documents available in October 2008. Then-Ambassador to Haiti Janet Sanderson wrote that MINUSTAH was “an indispensable tool in realizing core USG policy interests in Haiti.” Sanderson noted that an early departure of MINUSTAH could lead to “resurgent populist and anti-market economy political forces.” Sanderson continues:
"In the current context of our military commitments elsewhere, the U.S. alone could not replace this mission. This regionally-coordinated Latin American commitment to Haiti would not be possible without the UN umbrella…Without a UN-sanctioned peacekeeping and stabilization force, we would be getting far less help from our hemispheric and European partners in.."
Further, the leadership role of Latin American countries helped further the U.S. goal of isolating Venezuela and Hugo Chávez, as a cable from June 2007 explains:
"An increasingly unifying theme that completely excludes Chavez, and isolates Venezuela among the militaries and security forces of the region, is participation in international and regional peacekeeping operations."
But for Canada – at least according to MacKay, “Soldiers are good diplomats.” He reportedly went on to add: “They’re great representatives of our country. They bring with them significant experience and in many cases . . . the mission-specific training that they go through makes them wonderful representatives of our country.” Training: JIA flag shown below from IACD-CIAD Fort McNair in DC.
But many of the international soldiers who have taken part in MINUSTAH have been anything but “good diplomats.” As we have detailed in the past, some troops have assisted police in deadly raids in slums that resulted in innocent people (including children) killed, are accused of lynching a boy for stealing, have violently attacked demonstrators, have impregnated minors, many Haitians have accused them of stealing livestock and other possessions, and they have raped women, children, and young men, among other crimes. These are all reasons why calls for MINUSTAH’s withdrawal from Haiti are getting louder. On June 1, marking nine years of MINUSTAH’s presence in Haiti, civil society groups from all over the world and including many in Haiti issued a statement demanding the mission’s withdrawal, noting that:
"...Junta Inter Americana, Fecha Conmemorativa, 27 Feb 2014, Día de la Independencia de República Dominicana"
"MINUSTAH has failed miserably to achieve the goals set out by the United Nations Security Council, the only objective accomplished being the military occupation of the country on behalf of interests that are not those of the Haitian people."
March 12, 2010 President Paul Kagame’s Rwanda is the Pentagon’s proxy, 140 Rwandan police..heading to Haiti.
A Haitian proverb, “Kaka poul pa zé,” translates to “Chickenshit ain’t eggs” or, put more politely, “What issues from a chicken is not always an egg.” International aid began to arrive in Haiti with the 1972 inauguration of Jean-Claude Duvalier as president, one year after the death of his father Francois Duvalier. The aid came from the U.S. government (USAID), the World Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank, and it required that Haiti’s economy be changed from a sustainable domestically-oriented economy into an export-led economy – to benefit the U.S. The motivations for foreign aid to Haiti remain the same today.
The aid agencies provided funds to wealthy Haitian landowners on condition that they switch large tracts of Haitian land from production of foods for the domestic market to the production of fruits and vegetables for the U.S. market. Because the U.S. market was nearby, the foods could be sold fresh there while in season; alternatively, they would be processed for export. Based on growth of GDP, the aid policies would look like a roaring success.
The expected consequences for Haitians are elaborated in numerous USAID and World Bank reports. Briefly, famine would ensue for Haitian peasant farmers and they would be displaced in huge numbers from the rural areas to the urban centers.
When the rate of urbanization proved slower than predicted, the Haitian creole pig was wiped out as part of a $23 million eradication and restocking program. This was the first major blow to the peasant subsistence economy, for which this pig had traditionally served as a savings account.
Another blow came with flooding of the Haitian market with cheap Arkansas rice during the Clinton years.
Yet a more recent blow came with the U.N.-introduced cholera epidemic that caused a large migration from the most fertile region of the country – the Artibonite river valley. Currently, less than 40 percent of the food for Haitian consumption is produced locally; as recently as 1986, this was 80 percent.
Since the late 1980s, Haiti has known real hunger. Garment-factory wages have hardly budged from 14 cents per hour. Corporations and their owners have paid no taxes.
US Government-Steered ‘non-governmental organizations’
The advent of NGOs in Haiti began with a large influx of funds to subvert the democratic process between the expulsion of Jean-Claude Duvalier in 1986 and the election of Jean-Bertrand Aristide in 1990. During this period, the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) funneled over $2.3 million into Haiti. According to USAID’s own estimates, by 1988 U.S. funds reached at least one third of the 1,200 or so NGOs in the country. The current number of NGOs has grown to 16,000 – one NGO per 560 Haitians.
As the association between USAID and the NGOs has solidified, the hunger has intensified. Since 1990, for example, those U.S. NGOs that accept aid from USAID have been allowed to cover their expenses by selling non-emergency food aid in Haiti’s markets, in a policy called “monetization.” ((“Sak Vid Pa Kanpe: The Impact of U.S. Food Aid on Human Rights in Haiti,” New York School of Law Center for Human Rights and Global Justice, Partners in Health, RFK Center for Justice & Human Rights, Zanmi Lasante, 2010. By 2010, Haiti’s domestic food production had plummeted to a mere 40 percent, and Port-au-Prince’s population had tripled to over 2 million from its 1981 number of about 800,000.)) The food is generally of poor quality and foreign to Haitians. For example, this has included unfortified Arkansas rice that caused scurvy in prisoners.
If Haiti has become poor, let us be clear on the fact that it was not always so.
Long ago USAID predicted that, if successful, its aid policies would cause famished farmers to migrate from the Haitian countryside into urban areas, and this would in turn cause the population of Port-au-Prince to double to 1.6 million by the 21st century.
The population swelled as predicted.
Yes, the earthquake has hurt Haiti, but capitalism caused untold thousands of those quake deaths by pushing Haiti's pig and rice farmers into substandard urban housing that collapsed in the 2010 earthquake.
-The three Haiti questions all Haitians and world citizens should have an answer for:
1. QUESTION: What’s so important in Haiti that the US would built its fourth largest embassy in the world there, while funding a UN proxy occupation force for nearly 10-years now?
Haiti homicide rate is 6.9 per 100,000. But the Dominican Republic has FOUR times more violence than Haiti at 25.0 per 100,000. Why is the UN not bringing stability to the more violent DR?
2. QUESTION: Why is there a UN, Chapter 7 peace enforcement mission in Haiti for nearly 10 years? A country not at war, without a peace agreement to enforce and with less violence than most countries in the Western Hemisphere?
3. QUESTION: Haiti has trillions of dollars in natural resources - gold, oil, natural gas, iridium, copper, et al-- why does Haiti need Obama/Bush/Clinton's meager 41cent an hour sweatshop jobs or US charity (false aid) with so much of its own resources to develop the local economy?
Legal responsibility of UN/US for reckless transmission of a contagious disease
"19th century, the U.S. Army disseminated contaminated blankets to the Indians for extermination purposes. Smallpox, now available in a dry state, and CHOLERA were very effective..."