One week after the quake hit on January 12, reports are surfacing from many sources that Haitians are still being deprived of food and medical aid. The MSM woudl have us believe that the problem stems from ‘criminals’ roaming the streets with machetes, preventing first responder from distributing food, water and providing medical aid. This is purportedly due to the fact that the 4000 inmates of Haiti’s destroyed prison survived the quake and are now on the loose. The inherent prolem with this widely-circulating snippet of propaganda is that it is based on assumption that prisons keep populations safe and that correctional facility inmates are sociopaths who immediately revert to depravity the moment they are released into the population.
I don’t doubt that there are men wielding machetes, much like there would be men or women wielding handguns or whatever arms they can in any situation of complete chaos where their lives are at stake. I cannot know wether they really are outstanding degenrates, seizing the opportunity to pillage merchandise in order to enrich themselves. When you are shown a picture of a man standing holding a gun on a pile of rubble and you are told he is a criminal, you really have no way to know whether that is true or whether, in fact, he is the owner of the destroyed store and is keeping looters at bay himself. A picture of a teenager with a machete can easily horrify the public, but we have no way of knowing what he is doing with it. We haven’t seen any pictures of people actually using machetes on one another, have we? So where is the proof that the Haitian victims are acting any differently than survivors of any disaster would, give that they are being left to fend for themselves without food, water, or medical help?
Beware of ‘Help from the West’, I always say. The US has a long history of meddling in Haiti’s affairs, of working with the UN to destroy this country, to keep out of power all but the puppets who will betray Haiti to the NWO- the Globalist Elite’s agenda of depopulation and total control.
Now that Haiti has been largely destroyed by this massive, catastrophic earthquake, who is there to ‘help’? The Haitian government has given the US control of the airport and US soldiers are coming into Haiti by the thousands. In every article on relief efforts in Haiti, it all seems to be about the US military: who has designated them this role? Of all the countries in the world, the US military, known for leaving a trail of destruction everywhere is goes, is the only one who can get the situation under control- by using, naturally, military power rather than true humanitairan aid? Is that so?
Keep this in mind when you hear reports of those escaped convicts and ‘gangs of youths roaming the streets weilding machetes’. Before you believe what you have been hearing in the media, ask yourself the following questions:
Can the US and UN Wehrmacht really not handle a few youths with blades?
If the airport runways are congested, why are supplies not simply being air-dropped?
If the Haitians were fierce, savage, murderous people, why are reports by non-MSM eyewitnesses describing them as showing the utmost civility to one another as they await food and water distribution? (see Democracy Now link below)
I am trying to gather information from various sources on what is going on in Haiti and why relief efforts are being impeded. Please have a look at the links posted below.
Jan 16: UN told Belgian doctors the area was not safe, would not provide guard overnight but only armed escort out. All doctors left under UN escort, took supplies with them. There is talk that the UN ordered the Belgian doctors out, but the UN claims this was not the case. Imo they gave them an ultimatum.
Twitter posts by Dr Sanjay Gupta
- at field hosp. the UN evacuated the docs, but my crew stayed with me. 25 patients – injured badly, but we are making sure they get good care 10:55 PM Jan 15th from UberTwitter
- http://twitpic.com/ytwxj – the haitian spirit. people waiting patiently for h2o under hot sun. no armed guards. no pushing. obvious respect 12:11 PM Jan 19th from TwitPic
Does that sound like a bunch of savages so fierce that even the US/UN can’t manage to facilitate the distribution of supplies?
The ‘looters’ are trying to get to food from a collapsed supermarket, after having been without food for days. ‘Logistics’ blamed or lack of aid coming in. US military in place. Supplies should be air-dropped. Only 1 navy hospital nearby, 1 hospital on land. Pictures of ‘looters’ show men coming out with cardboard boxes, not stereos. For all we know, the boxes contain food or maybe even stuff recovered from their own homes
“‘There have been some incidents where people were looting or fighting for food. They are desperate, they have been three days without food or any assistance,‘ U.N. Undersecretary General for Peacekeeping, Alain Le Roy, told The PBS NewsHour.
Haiti’s shell-shocked government has given the U.S. control over its main airport to bring order to aid and food flights from around the world and speed relief to the impoverished Caribbean nation”
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1243718/Haiti-earthquake-Machete-wielding-gangs-roam-streets-fears-grow-death-toll-hit-200-000.html#ixzz0dE6mv0Ak
Clinton Bush Haiti fund:
Talk about the fox guarding the henhouse. Bush is known to have years ago appealed to Americans to ‘just send cash’ when it comes to giving aid to Haiti. Send it to Bush-Clinton, of course, so they can decide what to do with it.
Chavez says US is occupying Haiti, not delivering aid
“”I read that 3,000 soldiers are arriving, Marines armed as if they were going to war. There is not a shortage of guns there, my God. Doctors, medicine, fuel, field hospitals, that’s what the United States should send,” Chavez said on his weekly television show. “They are occupying Haiti undercover.”
“On top of that, you don’t see them in the streets. Are they picking up bodies? … Are they looking for the injured? You don’t see them. I haven’t seen them. Where are they?”
Chavez promised to send as much gasoline as Haiti needs for electricity generation and transport.
A perennial foe of U.S. “imperialism,” Chavez said he did not wish to diminish the humanitarian effort made by the United States and was only questioning the need for so many troops.
The United States is sending more than 5,000 Marines and soldiers to Haiti, and a hospital ship is due to arrive later this week.”
Democracy Now, Jan14
The World Health Organization said it had sent specialists to help clear the city of corpses, and the International Red Cross was sending a plane loaded mainly with body bags. Medicine, food and water are in short supply. And Haitians are desperate for aid.
Aid or Betrayal?
Read blog post at “Surviving the Middle Class Crash” blog at wordpress
“The Militarization of Emergency Aid to Haiti: Is It a Humanitarian Operation or an Invasion?” by Michael Chossudofsky
“The military component of the US mission, however, tends to overshadow the civilian functions of rescuing a desperate and impoverished population. The overall humanitarian operation is not being led by civilian governmental agencies such as FEMA or USAID, but by the Pentagon.
While presidents Obama and Préval spoke on the phone, there were no reports of negotiations between the two governments regarding the entry and deployment of US troops on Haitian soil. The decision was taken and imposed unilaterally by Washington. The total lack of a functioning government in Haiti was used to legitimize, on humanitarian grounds, the sending in of a powerful military force, which has de facto taken over several governmental functions. “