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PostSubject: Haiti Conspiracy - Was Haiti an occupation?   Mon 25 Jan 2010, 12:17 am

When I first heard about Haiti, I knew it wasn't a "natural disaster".

My journey for ruth about Haiti started in an amazing message board thread...

... Now I NEVER recommend people to visit ATS (AboveTopSecret.com) as it's just another military operation disguised as a "truther" site... but this thread is GOLD:
http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread536010/pg1
(Remember to ignore the obvious distractions from the paid shills).

It's great to see some people waking up.

From this thread I was able to connect some dots:

- SouthCom was running a disaster drill the night before the "earthquake". They were actually in Haiti just prior to the "event":
http://www.nextgov.com/nextgov/ng_20100115_9940.php
http://www.airforcetimes.com/news/2010/01/airforce_haiti_major_011910w/

(Every false flag operation uses the cover of a drill -- everything from 9/11 to 7/7 to Oklahoma City to all school shootings. Haiti was no different.)

- There are no cracks in the pavement in Haiti. Take a look at any video or pic next to any of the rubble and the streets are in flawless condition. I even understand not a leaf of a tree fell. What's up with that? Here's just one of many videos to inspect:
http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/world-news/in-pictures--haiti-earthquake-aftermath-14638152.html

- The military took over the country almost instantly. The military is refusing to accept donated products (just like during "hurricane" Katrina). I had a friend deliver a truck full of bottled water and he was refused to hand it out (and ordered at gunpoint to return back home here in Pensylvania). Same in Haiti. The only thing you can donate is cash (via that wonderful organization with the red Maltese cross). That same organization takes your donated blood and sells it for a profit to hospitals.

- The country is rich in newly-discovered oil reserves:
http://www.margueritelaurent.com/pressclips/miningresources.html

- The country is rich in newly-discovered gold reserves:
http://www.thestar.com/News/article/238365

- One of Haiti's monopolies has some VERY interesting board members:
http://www.continentalgraincompany.com/continentalGrainCompany/boardOfDirectors.aspx

- Once again ZAKA was on the scene "assisting" -- it never ends with this front organization as they admit being on the scene of every false flag event:
http://www.zaka.us/index.asp

- We know the criminal, global elite are the luckiest people as all disasters seem to benefit them... Haiti's consul in São Paulo, George Samuel Antoine, said: "This catastrophe is good for us here, it will make us known."
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010/jan/15/haitians-donations-radio-rush-limbaugh

- And the media is using "psychic driving" in their headlines to try and convince the sheeple that this was indeed a "natural disaster"... take a look at the few headlines below (I grabbed them from Google News' first few pages):

NEWS ANALYSIS: The true cost of a natural disaster

Haiti: Natural Disasters and Religious Belief

The natural disaster in Haiti is, quite rightly, receiving a large amount of public attention, as well as US humanitarian aid.

Haiti is known simply as The Earthquake. That's because unlike hurricanes — nature's other well-known natural disaster — earthquakes get no names.

When an overwhelming natural disaster such as the Haiti earthquake kills many thousands of people, there is a natural human tendency to look for causes and assign blame.

"Realistically, I am aware of the difficulties that this terrible natural disaster has posed."

Unfortunately for us, pride is a lot more dangerous than any natural disaster.

With direct access by road from the capital, Port-au-Prince, made impossible by the natural disaster that shook the Caribbean island on January 12 and killed 75,000 people, according to current United Nations estimates, it was not until this Tuesday that mass supplies started to be delivered.

"The United States cannot use a natural disaster to militarily occupy Haiti," he told reporters at the presidential palace.

Since the natural disaster, officials at Adoption Hope International in Myrtle Beach say their agency has been flooded with calls from hundreds across the state willing to adopt those children left without a family.

While charities and other non-governmental organizations are often the first to begin rebuilding homes and other structures in the aftermath of a natural disaster, the report notes that experts in construction and other sectors should be brought into the early planning for rebuilding to make sure that structures are sound against future environmental risks.

For the first time, all major news networks have sent doctor-reporters to the scene of a natural disaster, producing a dramatic kind of participatory journalism, the Washington Post said.

After a devastating earthquake ravished the island nation of Haiti last week, the music world is coming together on Friday for a massive global telethon to raise fund's for the victims of the natural disaster.

The admiral also used the natural disaster to add credence to his concerns of having too large a portion of the Navy's carrier fleet consolidated in Hampton Roads.

One of the things I always find striking after a major natural disaster such as the recent earthquake in Haiti is how religious believers and non-believers quickly reach diametrically opposing conclusions about the implications of the disaster.

Amazing, eh?


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PostSubject: Re: Haiti Conspiracy - Was Haiti an occupation?   Mon 25 Jan 2010, 1:46 am

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PostSubject: Re: Haiti Conspiracy - Was Haiti an occupation?   Mon 25 Jan 2010, 2:12 am

I had read some of this in other places but the oil and gold were not included. The monopoly with kissinger and the other piles of poo was a good find too.

VERY INTERESTING: Not a crack in the roads.

I am well aware of HAARP, this could definitely be one of these operations. The pinpointing of spots where buildings fell and no road cracks seems a bit hard to deal with from a HAARP standpoint.
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PostSubject: Re: Haiti Conspiracy - Was Haiti an occupation?   Mon 25 Jan 2010, 8:36 am

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I had read some of this in other places but the oil and gold were not included. The monopoly with kissinger and the other piles of poo was a good find too.

VERY INTERESTING: Not a crack in the roads.

I am well aware of HAARP, this could definitely be one of these operations. The pinpointing of spots where buildings fell and no road cracks seems a bit hard to deal with from a HAARP standpoint.
I fixed the broken link -- thank you.

I only knew about the road crack issue because someone at my site had a friend in Haiti, and IM'd him asking about things there. This is what he said (I changed the names to protect anonymity):

X said:
hey chris
how's it going?
Y said:
going ok, despit all the crap
X said:
do you have any relatives stuck in there?
Y said:
all haitiens have lost at least 1 person
X said:
did you lose anybody? if you don't mind me asking....
Y said:
yes, about 1 million people
X said:
i understand how you feel, but i mean on a personal level
meant*
Y said:
i meant it too
but i get frustrated when talking about it
X said:
ok i'm sorry, it's just that i'd like to hear from somebody whose family might have been affected
Y said:
with all the money everybody is giving and taking. The action on the ground are too slow to be acceptable
X said:
don't you find it weird that all these charities only accept money?
no clothes, food etc..?

Y said:
there are MANY weird thing
example
All the major infrastructures have been destroyed, schools,hospitals, political structures, businesses
but the streets are INTACT
An REAL earthquake breaks everything

X said:
woow....that's incredible
Y said:
i have some1 that was there when it happened
he said the building fell straight down
the type you see in artificial building destruction
so the roads dont break
AND
Although its an ISLAND, not a leaf fell on the other sife
side*

lots of incoherence
X said:
chris....did you know that the US military(SOUTHCOM to be exact) was a having a drill depicting Haiti being it by a tornedo?
Y said:
no but i know they've been studying our mineral wealth for years
X said:
http://www.nextgov.com/nextgov/ng_20100115_9940.php
Y said:
and they are the ones who are planning to rebuild the place with their contractors
X said:
read the link i posted
Y said:
so all that money ppl are sending is going in their pockets
I stopped reading or watching tv regarding it
I KNOW EXACTLY what will follow
I have that type of vision
its all planned
and im smart enought to know what i would do to profit to the MAX with that kinna event
and so far I've been right
X said:
chris, have you heard of HAARP?
Y said:
but sometimes they show to be less discrete then i would be
yes i have but i dont think its them
It was underground bombs
some planted
it might be them
X said:
people reported seeing lights in the sky before the quake, just like in China
Y said:
I want to know if they heard explosions
X said:
that's what HAARP does
when experimenting
Y said:
ye
this was a "Earth manipulation" experiment
and those million ppl that are dead or NOT being saved by SOLDIERS that are on the gound are collateral damage for them
its pretty twisted and disgusting
now they are brainwashing ppl with Tv
X said:
look at the HAARP activity level during the day it happened
http://137.229.36.30/cgi-bin/scmag/disp-scmag.cgi?date=20100111&Bx=on
it's off the charts
Y said:
I know its them
X said:
there's lots of money to be made in Haiti
Y said:
its a businness catastrophy
X said:
minerals, as well as coffee
Starbucks is making big money becuase of this

Y said:
The Money is already coming in by these charity thingys
X said:
most charities are frauds, remember that
Y said:
i know so
Their lack of action proves it
X said:
also remember that anything that gets big media attention is either engineered/fake
Y said:
So all thats on my mind right now is how to not lose the entire country
cause i know this is an invasion
its a orchestred war
X said:
the US military has ousted many Haitian governments before, most recent being Aristide
if you got some spared time, i reccommend you read the first long blog post. it's pure gold
http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread536010/pg1
Y said:
A brain the biggest wealth 1 can have
a thinking, progressiv mind
if you dont have that, you become collateral damage
thats 1 lesson i got from all this mess
anyways dude I'll be going to sleep
X said:
ok good night
may god bless you
Y said:
I avoid reading about it because information is biased, my mind is more reliable to me
X said:
and your people
Y said:
Thanks alot dude
good night

This IM got me looking into the street crack issue. It's really hard to find pictures that show both rubble and the street. I think we should string together a bunch of photos showing that no cracks are in the pavement -- that is SO smoking gun.

About HAARP... too many alternative "truthers" throw out the "HAARP did it" one liner... and that concerns me. Does HAARP exist? Perhaps. But it seems that it's a cover for the real weaponry responsible for everything from the Tsunami to 9/11 to Oklahoma City to Haiti.
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PostSubject: Re: Haiti Conspiracy - Was Haiti an occupation?   Mon 25 Jan 2010, 8:53 am

Wow. Google just updated their map of Haiti... most of the country is just fine -- take a look:

http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&source=hp&q=Delmas%20haiti&aql=&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&tab=wl

And once again, not a single road appears to have any cracks.

What in the world did they use to create this "natural disaster?"
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PostSubject: Re: Haiti Conspiracy - Was Haiti an occupation?   Mon 25 Jan 2010, 12:31 pm

This shit pisses me off so much.

Tech exists that's beyond our wildest nightmares and the mind control is everywhere 24/7, saturating everything.

Tell someone and you're a kook. Fuck.
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PostSubject: Re: Haiti Conspiracy - Was Haiti an occupation?   Mon 25 Jan 2010, 1:07 pm

Is it really feasible that they can make an earthquake happen? Perhaps there really wasn't an earthquake and the whole thing has been staged? Perhaps with a clever use of explosives, seismic generating devices, and camera tricks?

It really seems like they WANT us to think it was HAARP, maybe so we will all feel like what rama expressed above, how we all feel at times?

They have to know that we are watching them, trying to bring them down.
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PostSubject: Re: Haiti Conspiracy - Was Haiti an occupation?   Mon 25 Jan 2010, 2:48 pm

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Is it really feasible that they can make an earthquake happen? Perhaps there really wasn't an earthquake and the whole thing has been staged? Perhaps with a clever use of explosives, seismic generating devices, and camera tricks?

I thought about that too. Drugging the water supply. Cel phone towers working on some freaky frequency, 24/7 NLP on TV and radio, indiscriminate shooting of starving people. What's with that white dust? I don't put anything past greedy psychopaths.
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PostSubject: Re: Haiti Conspiracy - Was Haiti an occupation?   Mon 25 Jan 2010, 3:51 pm

OMG, They staged an Earthquake!

Dropped some buildings, bridges and other infrastructure. Flooded the media airways with propaganda. Rigged the Richter Magnitude Scale.

Then they send out Slick Willy and his boy, Pappa Bush to fleece the World of cash.

I gotta hand it to these boyz, they certainly are creative.
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PostSubject: Re: Haiti Conspiracy - Was Haiti an occupation?   Mon 25 Jan 2010, 5:10 pm

Just reading over the OP at ATS, and it looks to me like the earthquake is nothing more than a public offering to fund Haiti's infrastructure development so that it can be assimilated into the NWO Global System. It's just that the investors, the suppliers of the funding, don't get a share in equity.

Kind of like Katrina. It gave the establishment what they wanted for years anyway: level the place and let the taxpayers fund the rebuilding for the monopoply that's already scooped-up the ownership deeds.

Interesting about the Earthquake being faked (didn't happen), and the propaganda machine going to work to tell the world that it was real. I would tend to believe that explanation before I'd buy-into a HAARP initiated Earthquake, as I'm not convinced of that tech yet. Seems so much easier to manipulate minds than manipulate nature.

But I can see that it would be ATS's role to plant the seed of a HAARP created event, as that sends one into la la land and is an easily discredited vector.

Markus, who is the person that posted this OP at ATS? My guess is that he's the COINTEL operator, inserting the vector that is meant to discredit anyone who grabs on to it.

In short, I think these guys are clearly manufacturing a financial windfall Haiti and getting the public to fund it, which could be a discussion that could get traction in some mainstream circles (an LIHOP, if you will) - let's call this Vector A. But when they tack-on the HAARP explanation (MIHOP) to that discussion, you end-up in Alex Jones land and any discussion stops right there - let's call this Vector B. So, that's why ATS released this vector combination (A+B), to make sure Vector A was framed such that it would self-destruct, becuase Vector B is attacked to it. Attaching a discredit vector, like vector B, to it, actually provides a very strong indication that vector A is accurate.
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PostSubject: Re: Haiti Conspiracy - Was Haiti an occupation?   Mon 25 Jan 2010, 5:55 pm

Yup, they've got their cronies out there pushing Vector B (see previous post) in all the right places.

Chavez says US 'weapon' caused Haiti quake
http://www.presstv.ir/detail.aspx?id=116688&sectionid=351020704
http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?t=227839


I believe the incident at Haiti was caused by a Tectonic Weapon
Author: Brian D. Hill
http://uswgo.com/i-believe-the-incident-at-haiti-was-caused-by-a-tectonic-weapon.htm
http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?t=227557

Notice how the articles push hard on Vector B, but Vector A is not mentioned? This is a great example of "vectoring" (or mass manipulation of a message to given audiences).

So, from this, in-part, I deduce that Chavez, Brian Hill, Presstv.ir, and USWGo.com are mostly likely controlled assets dispensing an "authorized" vector to non-mainstream audiences.
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PostSubject: Re: Haiti Conspiracy - Was Haiti an occupation?   Mon 25 Jan 2010, 6:21 pm

I have no idea who started the thread at ATS. Like I said previously, ATS is an obvious military operation.

Chavez is a Jesuit. That's always a BIG red flag to me. All of the big players in the top seem to be part of the professional wrestling crew. Divide and conquer.... mission accomplished.

Important: Instead of trying to figure out what might have happened (and get easily debunked with nonsense), I choose to go with what could NOT have happened. That's why no one really ever attacks me (except for name calling). Works much better and recommend the same for you.

Onward.

I'm still stuck on this:
http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&source=hp&q=Delmas%20haiti&aql=&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&tab=wl

Most of Haiti is just fine. And not a crack in the streets. Not a single leaf hit the ground (very odd).

Google of course is a military operation, too. So anything Google does is suspicious...

... In fact Google continues to push a whopper of a lie in Google Maps -- compare the size of Greenland and Africa here:



Do you see the problem? Africa is almost 14 times bigger than the size of Greenland! But not according to Google. (Actually, every map I've checked displays Greenland as about the same size as Africa -- conspiracy anyone?)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Africa <-- 11,668,599 square miles
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greenland <-- 836,109 square miles

Oops. Flat earthers are celebrating this fact:>

You might also search YouTube for PatchMatch (Adobe's "latest" image manipulation program)... you can manipulate entire scenes in just a few mouse clicks. Did Google use something like PatchMatch to "update" its latest image of Haiti?

Also, take a look at this pic:




Something about this pic doesn't look real to me... the sunshine cast through the back of the dumptruck looks too perfect to me. Anyone else agree?

Welcome to la la land.

Time to make my famous deep-fried quesadillas for my family. Yum!

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PostSubject: Re: Haiti Conspiracy - Was Haiti an occupation?   Mon 25 Jan 2010, 6:41 pm

Are you sure the google street maps get updated? I thought it just used old satellite photos.
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PostSubject: Re: Haiti Conspiracy - Was Haiti an occupation?   Mon 25 Jan 2010, 6:47 pm

Kraig wrote:
Are you sure the google street maps get updated? I thought it just used old satellite photos.
Normally Google does use year's old satellite pics.

But they apparently updated Haiti's area... we can assume this is true because we see some rubble and some tent cities.

The question is, did Google use PatchMatch to fake the rubble and tent cities in their recent update?
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PostSubject: Re: Haiti Conspiracy - Was Haiti an occupation?   Mon 25 Jan 2010, 8:47 pm

I've been digging into the problem with Google maps showing Greenland as about the same size as Africa.

It seems flat-based maps use Mercator Projection. The problem is land masses furthest away from the equator are not to scale. Sounds like nonsense to me, but I'd thought I'd run this by you.
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PostSubject: Re: Haiti Conspiracy - Was Haiti an occupation?   Mon 25 Jan 2010, 9:07 pm

MarkusAllen wrote:

Something about this pic doesn't look real to me...

Yeah, what's with the Gunman off in the distance?

Disasters, whether natural, man-made or faked, are a great time for a purge, wouldn't you say? I wonder how many of the dead are also political opponents and threats to the establishment?

This is a lot bigger than just map perspectives and image manipulation software. I suggest that we leave the magical thinking tendencies to the millions of other trash sites out there that live for that stuff.
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PostSubject: Re: Haiti Conspiracy - Was Haiti an occupation?   Mon 25 Jan 2010, 10:42 pm

My conditioning has lead me to first spout off HAARP without even considering that maybe there wasnt even an earthquake. it takes practice and insight to consider that maybe no such event happened in the first place, or at least earthquake wise. thanks for the help all.
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PostSubject: Re: Haiti Conspiracy - Was Haiti an occupation?   Mon 25 Jan 2010, 11:53 pm

stilltrying wrote:
My conditioning has lead me to first spout off HAARP without even considering that maybe there wasnt even an earthquake. it takes practice and insight to consider that maybe no such event happened in the first place, or at least earthquake wise. thanks for the help all.
My pleasure to help.

This is a MUST WATCH video showing the capabilities of Adobe PatchMatch -- you'll never trust another pic or video again:



As controlled opposition Alan Watt reminds us, technology is obsolete the moment we the profane find out about it. Very true.
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PostSubject: Re: Haiti Conspiracy - Was Haiti an occupation?   Tue 26 Jan 2010, 1:17 am

Desert of the Real ....Simulacrum .... Hyperreality

I think most people came here because they have a general understanding of Buadrillard and the Hyperreality that we exist in. If not, please revisit one of this forums introductory blog posts.

http://wwws.forummotion.com/introduction-announcements-must-reads-f16/what-is-the-simulacrum-t46.htm

In summary....

"there is no longer any critical distance between truth and falsehood -a hyperreal. Within Hyperreality, truth and lie can blur to create an ambigious substance which answers to any demand made upon it. While God replied only with silence, the hyperreal mirrors our dreams and feeds them back to us. We consume shadows."





In particular, pay close attention to the very beginning of this second video, where he says:

"the simulacrum is never what hides the truth, it is truth that hides the fact that there is none. The simulacrum is true."

Hence, there is no truth in this Haitian Crisis. The Crisis hides the fact that there is no Crisis and that there is no Crisis Response team. It is just a "gigantic play."

Now, we can discuss the specifics of how this simulacrum is manifested.... the details of their techniques, or we can discuss the larger implications of such large scale hyperreal events.
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PostSubject: Re: Haiti Conspiracy - Was Haiti an occupation?   Tue 26 Jan 2010, 5:09 am

I think we 'saw' what happened with 9/11 and it's implications. Can we expand that hyperreality to a macro level?
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PostSubject: Re: Haiti Conspiracy - Was Haiti an occupation?   Tue 26 Jan 2010, 10:36 am

ramallamamama wrote:
I think we 'saw' what happened with 9/11 and it's implications. Can we expand that hyperreality to a macro level?

I don't think it could be effective if it did not exist on the macro level of American society if not world society.

To me it seems like after mankind's advancement in knowledge and technology, they have been able to take a few steps outside of Plato's cave - only to have their rulers quickly reconstruct a new cave around them, while using the same knowledge and technology that was thought to set man free.
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PostSubject: Re: Haiti Conspiracy - Was Haiti an occupation?   Wed 17 Feb 2010, 1:42 am

http://abeldanger.blogspot.com/2010/01/did-mining-and-oil-drilling-trigger.html

The UN, the US & the Canadians are not in Haiti for Humanitarian Goals or Because They Care about Haitian Rights…There is an Economic Track” Marguerite Laurent

<BLOCKQUOTE>Did the mining of Haiti’s riches since 2004 GW Bush regime change cause the earthquake?

Listen to Marguerite Laurent, known as Ezili Dantò, on mining Haiti’s riches and concern for environmental degradation by the foreign companies.

“The idea that human activity can cause seismic activity is widely accepted in the scientific community …the connection between oil production and earthquakes dates back to at least the 1920s, when geologists in South Texas noted faulting near the Goose Creek oil field…A 1967 human-triggered earthquake in western India linked to the Koyna Dam registered a 7.0 earthquake.”</BLOCKQUOTE>Since the earthquake, I’ve had occasion to ponder, like many others, about what may have caused this heretofore-unknown natural disaster in Haiti? Was it a natural occurrence or man-made? Haiti has not had an earthquake in 270 years. Why now? The nation of Haiti is only 206 years old, so Haitians have no experience with earthquakes whatsoever. They did not know that for an earthquake you run away from the house. So, when the trembling started they did the worst possible thing—ran into their houses as they are used to, for protection, with hurricanes. The houses all collapsed on them.
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PostSubject: Re: Haiti Conspiracy - Was Haiti an occupation?   Wed 17 Feb 2010, 1:46 am

http://theflucase.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=2658%3Aare-haitis-children-being-flown-out-to-paedophiliacs-with-the-knowledge-and-help-of-the-un-and-usa&catid=1%3Alatest-news&Itemid=64&lang=en

Last week, Austria's ORF reported that planes with small children on board leave Haiti every day with the permission of the UN and the USA even though, as John Pilger notes in a report (below), the US military and UN have taken control of all airports, ports and roads in Haiti.
One airplane with 106 children aged between six months and seven years old from Haiti's capital was reported to have landed in Eindhoven in The Netherlands. The adoption agency, which organised the flight, told reporters that all the children apart from nine had new parents in the Netherlands and Luxemburg.
Haitian children are also being flown out in large numbers for adoption to to people in the US and Germany under the eyes of US and UN personnel.
But the Austrian government said that no one in Austria had applied for adoption, thereby underlining that adopting children has to follow a formal and lengthy procedure in normal cases?
Why is this procedure not being followed now? How can children be taken from Haiti before a thorough effort has been made to find any suriviving parents or relatives, something that could take months given the scale of the earthquake disaster. How can they be sent flown through airports guarded by the US and UN to people whose background has not been adequately checked and without an adequate monitoring system?
Why are these children not being given safe shelter in Haiti?
The extent to which the "power elites" indulge in paedophilia has been well documented by the case of Marc Dutroux in Belgium. Recently the French Minister of Culture Frederic Mitterand described in his autobiography paying Asian boys for sex.
The scale of paedophila today is well known.
The UN and WHO are not only vehicles of the climate change and swine flu scam. They have also become vehicles to supply the "elite" with helpless children for their paedophilic practises.
There should be an immediate prohibition on flying any children out of Haiti. The adoption agencies who are engaged in this business should be investigated by the police as should the people who have adopted children, and the children should be returned to Haiti.

The kidnapping of Haiti
John PIlger
http://www.johnpilger.com/page.asp?partid=564
In his latest column for the New Statesman, John Pilger describes the "swift and crude" appropriation of earthquake-ravaged Haiti by the militarised Obama administration. With George W. Bush attending to the "relief effort" and Bill Clinton the UN's man, The Comedians, Graham Greene's dark novel about exploted Haiti comes to mind.

The theft of Haiti has been swift and crude. On 22 January, the United States secured “formal approval” from the United Nations to take over all air and sea ports in Haiti, and to “secure” roads. No Haitian signed the agreement, which has no basis in law. Power rules in an American naval blockade and the arrival of 13,000 marines, special forces, spooks and mercenaries, none with humanitarian relief training.

The airport in the capital, Port-au-Prince, is now an American military base and relief flights have been re-routed to the Dominican Republic. All flights stopped for three hours for the arrival of Hillary Clinton. Critically injured Haitians waited unaided as 800 American residents in Haiti were fed, watered and evacuated. Six days passed before the US Air Force dropped bottled water to people suffering thirst and dehydration.

The first TV reports played a critical role, giving the impression of widespread criminal mayhem. Matt Frei, the BBC reporter dispatched from Washington, seemed on the point of hyperventilation as he brayed about the “violence” and need for “security”. In spite of the demonstrable dignity of the earthquake victims, and evidence of citizens’ groups toiling unaided to rescue people, and even an American general’s assessment that the violence in Haiti was considerably less than before the earthquake, Frei claimed that “looting is the only industry” and “the dignity of Haiti’s past is long forgotten.” Thus, a history of unerring US violence and exploitation in Haiti was consigned to the victims. “There’s no doubt,” reported Frei in the aftermath of America’s bloody invasion of Iraq in 2003, “that the desire to bring good, to bring American values to the rest of the world, and especially now to the Middle East... is now increasingly tied up with military power.”

In a sense, he was right. Never before in so-called peacetime have human relations been as militarised by rapacious power. Never before has an American president subordinated his government to the military establishment of his discredited predecessor, as Barack Obama has done. In pursuing George W. Bush’s policy of war and domination, Obama has sought from Congress an unprecedented military budget in excess of $700 billion. He has become, in effect, the spokesman for a military coup.

For the people of Haiti the implications are clear, if grotesque. With US troops in control of their country, Obama has appointed George W. Bush to the “relief effort”: a parody surely lifted from Graham Greene’s The Comedians, set in Papa Doc’s Haiti. As president, Bush’s relief effort following Hurricane Katrina in 2005 amounted to an ethnic cleansing of many of New Orleans’ black population. In 2004, he ordered the kidnapping of the democratically-elected prime minister of Haiti, Jean-Bertrand Aristide, and exiled him in Africa. The popular Aristide had had the temerity to legislate modest reforms, such as a minimum wage for those who toil in Haiti’s sweatshops.

When I was last in Haiti, I watched very young girls stooped in front of whirring, hissing, binding machines at the Port-au-Prince Superior Baseball Plant. Many had swollen eyes and lacerated arms. I produced a camera and was thrown out. Haiti is where America makes the equipment for its hallowed national game, for next to nothing. Haiti is where Walt Disney contractors make Mickey Mouse pjamas, for next to nothing. The US controls Haiti’s sugar, bauxite and sisal. Rice-growing was replaced by imported American rice, driving people into the cities and towns and jerry-built housing. Years after year, Haiti was invaded by US marines, infamous for atrocities that have been their specialty from the Philippines to Afghanistan.

Bill Clinton is another comedian, having got himself appointed the UN’s man in Haiti. Once fawned upon by the BBC as “Mr. Nice Guy... bringing democracy back to a sad and troubled land”, Clinton is Haiti’s most notorious privateer, demanding de-regulation of the economy for the benefit of the sweatshop barons. Lately, he has been promoting a $55m deal to turn the north of Haiti into an American-annexed “tourist playground”.

Not for tourists is the US building its fifth biggest embassy in Port-au-Prince. Oil was found in Haiti’s waters decades ago and the US has kept it in reserve until the Middle East begins to run dry. More urgently, an occupied Haiti has a strategic importance in Washington’s “rollback” plans for Latin America. The goal is the overthrow of the popular democracies in Venezuela, Bolivia and Ecuador, control of Venezuela’s abundant oil reserves and sabotage of the growing regional cooperation that has given millions their first taste of an economic and social justice long denied by US-sponsored regimes.

The first rollback success came last year with the coup against President Jose Manuel Zelaya in Honduras who also dared advocate a minimum wage and that the rich pay tax. Obama’s secret support for the illegal regime carries a clear warning to vulnerable governments in central America. Last October, the regime in Colombia, long bankrolled by Washington and supported by death squads, handed the US seven military bases to, according to US air force documents, “combat anti-US governments in the region”.

Media propaganda has laid the ground for what may well be Obama’s next war. On 14 December, researchers at the University of West England published first findings of a ten-year study of the BBC’s reporting of Venezuela. Of 304 BBC reports, only three mentioned any of the historic reforms of the Chavez government, while the majority denigrated Chavez’s extraordinary democratic record, at one point comparing him to Hitler.

Such distortion and its attendant servitude to western power are rife across the Anglo-American corporate media. People who struggle for a better life, or for life itself, from Venezuela to Honduras to Haiti, deserve our support.
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PostSubject: Re: Haiti Conspiracy - Was Haiti an occupation?   Thu 11 Mar 2010, 11:38 pm

AUSTRIAN TIMES
09. 03. 10. - 11:45

US military behind Haiti quake, says Innsbruck scientist

Innsbruck political scientist Claudia von Werlhof has accused the USA of being behind the Haitian earthquake in January, it emerged today (Tues).

Werlhof said that machines at a military research centre in Alaska used to detect deposits of crude oil by causing artificial earthquakes had intentionally been set off to cause the Haitian earthquake and enable the USA to send 10,000 soldiers into the country.

Ferdinand Karlhofer, the head of the Innsbruck Political Science Institute where von Werlhof works, has slammed her comments. He said such conspiracy theory had no scientific basis and her claim would damage the reputation of the Institute abroad.

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  • Henry Todd wrote on 11. 03. 2010 from Canada
    Actually, Claudia is correct and Ferdinand is in denial. Since that quake the US has rocked Chile and Turkey. Could North Korea and Iran be next? Tune in next week...
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PostSubject: Re: Haiti Conspiracy - Was Haiti an occupation?   Fri 12 Mar 2010, 4:49 am

Look for Werlhof to go 'Amy Bishop' sometime soon.
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