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The Clinton Foundation’s $20 million off-the-books mystery
The little-known Haiti Development Fund, an LLC incorporated in Delaware in August 2010, was created by the Clinton Foundation with an initial endowment of $20 million from shady Canadian mining mogul Frank Giustra and Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim.
The Fund was supposed to supply desperately needed seed money to Haitian entrepreneurs after an earthquake devastated the country in January 2010.
But The Post found only one project that it funded with a fraction of the start-up cash.
“This cries out for an audit or an investigation,” said Ken Boehm, chairman of the National Legal and Policy Center a Virginia-based watchdog group.
“Its director was in bankruptcy and there’s almost nothing in the public record showing what happened to the millions of dollars it supposedly was going to use to help poor Haitians.”
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WikiLeaks Haiti: The Post-Quake ‘Gold Rush’ for Reconstruction Contracts
Disaster capitalists were flocking to Haiti in a “gold rush” for contracts to rebuild the country after the January 12, 2010, earthquake, according to a secret cable from US Ambassador Kenneth Merten.
When the earthquake struck Haiti, many people stepped up and donated tons of money.
Most of that money never reached Haiti.
Haiti still looks much like it did immediately after the quake.
New luxury hotels are being built using the money as the Haitians die from the Cholera the “relief effort” brought with them”!
2015 – Complete failure to rebuild Haiti and it now becomes another nation for investors to rape without giving much back.
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U.S. issues Haiti Travel Warning:
How Dare They!
Malaika Kambon
January 11, 2013
This article previously appeared in the
San Francisco Bay View
It is a classic game of the criminal blaming the victim
Supporters of Haiti President
Jean-Bertrand Aristide
In the wake of the Obama administration’s gaffe in their attempt to replace the bloodied hands of Hillary Rodham Clinton with the bloodied hands of Susan Rice, comes now another historic and cruel irony.
According to a recent
Associated Press article
"State Department warns Americans about Haiti travel to inform U.S. citizens traveling to or living in Haiti about the current security situation."
Contrary to U.N. and U.S. propaganda, Haitians have always resisted oppression.
On September 21, masses of Haitians marched across Haiti against 'the corruption of the Martelly regime,' but not a single mainstream U.S. news outlet filed a story in English.
In other words, Americans living in or about to travel to Haiti, must beware of incipient 'robbery, lawlessness, infectious disease and poor medical facilities' as cultural inhibitors against living in or visiting the Caribbean nation.
The absolute nerve of them!   How dare they!
Robbery?   Lawlessness?   Disease?   What poor medical facilities?   What "security" situations?
Port-au-Prince
January 3, 2013
When President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, the twice democratically elected president of Haiti was in power, there were only 3,500 policemen in the entire nation of Haiti and there was virtually no crime.
But since U.S.-Canadian-French usurpation of Haitian sovereignty, Haiti has suffered not only from a lack of national security in the sense of borders and territorial integrity but also an ongoing crisis of human security, the right of each person to live in peace and with the guarantee of basic rights.
The U.S. government cannot stand the thought of grassroots democracy
Aristide, through two terms in office — both of which he was deposed in the middle of — was sabotaged at every step by the U.S. CIA, USAID, the European Union, the Canadian government, the IMF, and the World Bank.
Why?
So the U.S. government could blame everything that was 'wrong' with Haiti on anyone but itself.
This century it chose Jean-Bertrand Aristide to be its scapegoat.
Because the U.S. government cannot stand the thought of grassroots democracy and cannot stand the fact that the achievements of Afrikans who defeated entrenched slavery are of monumental significance to Black people in the Diaspora — and that Black people have the right to take and to define our place in the world without requesting anyone’s sponsorship and without needing anyone’s approval.
Haiti struggle and resistance has taught the world these facts, much to the chagrin of the U.S. State Department.
Cross memorializing victims
Haiti 2010 earthquake
So now, in retaliation, the U.S. State Department seeks to criminalize Haiti.
Again!
After perpetrating a reign of superpower terrorism that includes 33 coups d’etat, financing right wing paramilitarism, the terrorizing, abduction and murder of human rights activists, the hijacking of loans meant to establish sources of clean, potable water, hospitals, and clinics, dismantling the democratic election process, forbidding the existence of the largest political party in the country, Fanmi Lavalas, and fomenting the spreading of disease, starvation, mass murder and U.S. hegemony via the Monroe Doctrine, many Haitians believe that the U.S. State Department is now in firm control of the monster it has created.
Not only that, but it is also believed that the U.S. is playing a cruel game, running people against their very own monster.
It is a classic game of the criminal blaming the victim.
U.S. trained U.N. MINUSTAH occupation forces cannot handle the popular opposition of the Hait people to the current lawlessness of U.S. imposed puppet, Michel Martelly
Thus, in 2012 the U.S. continues to spread the contempt of Haitians held by the Anglo-Saxon power structure.
Reminiscent of the views expressed by Woodrow Wilson’s Secretary of State William Jennings Bryan so long ago when he said, "Imagine! Niggers speaking French!" the State Department has begun its 'official,' for-sound-bite-use-only pogrom, couched in a 'travel warning' to America.
Port-au-Prince
January 6, 2013
However, this pogrom is liable to bite Anglo-Saxon hegemony in the ass, even when it has an Obama face, because the idiots don’t realize there are more Afrikans with a command of the French language than those whose limited command is of English alone.
That being said, it is now evident by this little noticed State Department 'travel warning' to Haiti that their U.S. trained U.N. MINUSTAH occupation forces cannot handle the popular opposition of the Haitian people to the current lawlessness of U.S. imposed puppet, Michel Martelly.
For, in the finest traditions of semper fidelis and the 1915-1934 invasion, occupation and racketeering of Haiti led by Gen. Smedley Butler and the U.S. Marine Corps,
Michel Martelly is robbing the people and the Haitian treasury blind.
Just like old times, making Haiti safe for the National City Bank boys — or whatever bank is fashionable nowadays — to collect revenues in.
And the illegal U.S. inspired coups d’etat of 1991 and 2004 that robbed Haitians of their twice democratically elected President Aristide, were transparent as U.S. instigated regime changes in Haiti.
This doesn’t inspire belief in a law-abiding U.S. State Department.
Not when considered in light of
Michel Martelly’s receipt of "more than $2.5 million in bribes for providing non-bid reconstruction contracts to companies in the Dominican Republic," working in consort with Bill Clinton to force U.S. born businessman Laurent Lamothe into the post of prime minister despite Lamothe’s lack of qualification for the post, and Martelly’s blatant and arbitrary alteration of the 1987 Haitian Constitution, re-establishing laws to limit the basic human rights of Haitian citizens.
Displacement camps 2013
for Haiti 2010 earthquake
And especially not when former U.S. President and current U.N. Special Envoy William Jefferson Clinton legitimizes the s/election of Michel Martelly as president of Haiti by less than 16 percent of the vote and embraces former dictator for life Jean-Claude 'Baby Doc' Duvalier at a ceremony held nearly one year ago, on Jan. 14, 2012, to 'commemorate; the second anniversary of the Jan. 12, 2010, earthquake.
They kill you and then dance on your grave
The ceremony was held in Titanyen near Port-au-Prince.
Duvalier couldn’t leave Port-au-Prince while awaiting trial for human rights violations and crimes against humanity.
The trial didn’t happen.
And the Martelly-Clinton-Duvalier presence at Titanyen was a travesty and an insult, for Titanyen is the burial ground of earthquake victims and has been for decades the dumping ground of the bodies of Haitians murdered by the infamous Ton Ton Macoutes and other Haitian death squads commanded by Duvalierists, approved by the U.S. State Department, and trained and financed by the U.S. and the CIA.
They kill you and then dance on your grave.
I repeat, the U.S. State Department’s duplicitous actions are hardly trustworthy.
Most particularly when coupled with the disappearance of human rights hero Lovinsky Pierre Antoine in 2007, the premature death of Father Gerard Jean Juste in 2009, which was caused by prolonged incarceration and mistreatment under the U.N. occupation, and the pictures of
U.N. soldiers killing mourners at the funeral of Father Jean Juste.
Haiti’s occupation was instigated and engineered by the U.S., Canadian and French governments.
U.N. MINUSTAH forces now maintain that occupation.
U.N. Special Envoy William Clinton’s embrace of Baby Doc Duvalier and Michel Martelly is greatly illustrative of a U.S. State Department’s design to turn back the clock on democratic progress and the people’s participation in the process of democracy in Haiti established by the twice democratically elected President Jean-Bertrand Aristide.
Carrefour, Haiti
December 11, 2012
No wonder the U.S. State Department now wants the world to view 'travel' to Haiti as fraught with 'robbery, lawlessness, infectious disease and poor medical facilities.'
They’ve implemented and now practice what they preach: robbery, lawlessness, the spread of infectious disease and the destruction of proper medical facilities to destroy any hope of democracy in Haiti.
Whatever is the State Department to do but to increase their attempts to re-criminalize Black Haitians?
The U.S. State Department’s design is to turn back the clock on democratic progress
It might do to remember, on this first day of January 2013, that 209 years ago in 1804, Haiti celebrated its independence by crushing chattel enslavement of Afrikan people everywhere.
On this day a victorious Jean-Jacques Dessalines specifically de-criminalized Black people.
This scared then president Thomas Jefferson to death.
Perhaps now, hushed State Department dinner conversation analysts will try to subvert the feelings of the Haitian masses about
U.S. attempts to return the brutal, Papa Doc military to power, but the terrorist ploy won’t work.
Displacement camps 2013
for Haiti 2010 earthquake
The nearly 700,000 people still living under old sheets since the 2010 earthquake will speak out on the lawlessness of an Obama regime that sends a U.S. military invasion force to occupy injured, starving, homeless Haitians after a 7.2 earthquake instead of sending doctors, food and medical supplies.
This is the same regime that controls the U.N. occupation forces and is backing Martelly’s forced eviction of earthquake survivors from refugee camps in 2012.
If this was Obama’s prep for the U.S. armies being sent to 35 Afrikan countries in 2013, who knows — maybe the Marines will again be sent to Haiti to quell the cholera infected and those injured from the lack of infrastructure after Hurricane Sandy.
After all, most of those poor medical facilities could use that $20,000 per day per diem that Washington’s pet buffoon, Michel Martelly, gets daily when he travels, don’t cha think?
And I don’t know, do you think that maybe the populace could appear on TV with Martha Stewart and show the world how to bake mud cookies?
For those who do not know the recipe, read the following: First get some special clay containing calcium and other nutrients from near the town of Hinche in the Central Plateau.
'Combine' it with salt and vegetable shortening.
Then dry the result in the sun and eat.
Do you think Ms. Stewart would wanna make Haitian mud cookies a dietary staple of her customers?
Displacement camps 2013
for Haiti 2010 earthquake
No?   No!  'Cooking with Crisco' this time around, in the finest tradition of that old American idiom for making everything run smoothly?
The Obama regime sends a U.S. military invasion force to occupy injured, starving, homeless Haitians after a 7.2 earthquake instead of sending doctors, food and medical supplies
Well then, consider the crucial question asked by the great Jamaican columnist John Maxwell: "Is Starvation Contagious?"
That is the issue that must be addressed when the country whose enslaved labor kept all of Europe fed before the Haitian Revolution is reduced by soaring food prices and
globalization to eating mud!
And maybe during a commercial break, folks could be quizzed about how it feels to eat, sleep and take care of their young while standing 'at home' in 2 feet of dirty flood water with no food, in their tent cities paid for by starving Haitians instead of said people having access to
billions of mismanaged post-earthquake funds that find their way into U.S. government pockets and into the pockets of overseers Bill Clinton and George Bush — overseers, I might add, who were specifically placed in Haiti by Barack Obama.
Yes, the U.S. State Department’s lawlessness knows no bounds. And apparently financing Martelly’s corrupt government is one of the more creative and innovative ways that France and her U.S. allies have used the $22 billion France extorted from Haiti for having thrown off chattel enslavement, thus 'depriving' Europe of its entire source of income.
Maybe the Associated Press should caution wealthy Americans 'traveling' to Haiti about how the U.N. MINUSTAH’s cholera epidemic won’t touch their lives, as they are not likely to see piss and feces from U.N. soldiers in their drinking water or be raped by blue helmeted so-called peacekeepers to earn protection as 'travelers' under U.N. MINUSTAH aegis.
Displacement camps 2013
for Haiti 2010 earthquake
The AP should also tell American travelers to Haiti that they’re not likely to be shot while brushing their teeth in their swank hotels or on the way to work, because the latest U.S. puppet, Martelly, will personally see to it that they survive to be robbed or killed by his — and only his — staff.
After all, 'tis the season to be jolly, and the U.S. State Department and their quislings are some of the happiest killers on the planet, din’t cha know?
Yeah.
The U.S. State Department should indeed warn Americans about the dangers of spending
'Christmas in Hell: Or A Dread of Black Freedom,' where the coins of exchange are a history of resistance to oppression and naked U.S. engineered aggression, terrorism, starvation, disease and death.
The U.S. State Department’s lawlessness knows no bounds
But this article is a call to action.
There are political prisoners in Haiti, people who have been put in jail for saying 'Enough!' of the thefts of our land and money, enough of the massacres, enough of the starvation and death.
And recently, there are 21 newly imprisoned young men and women — seven young women and 14 young men — who have been imprisoned for nothing more than speaking out against the brutality perpetrated against Haiti by the US-Canadian-French triad, by the U.N. MINUSTAH forces, by Brazil, the European Union and by the Haitian elite.
This is what has been going on in Haiti.
It is time for Euro-America and its allies to break with the legacy of rape that has marked their relations with Haiti.
Haitians have always resisted.
It was Haiti who broke the chains of slavery.
This latest demonization of Haiti is part of what has happened since the days of Haitian independence, when slavery advocates and slave owners designed the U.S. foreign policy that continues to be followed to this day.
And that needs to be changed.
Malaika H Kambon is a freelance photojournalist and the 2011 winner of the Bay Area Black Journalists Association Luci S. Williams Houston Scholarship in Photojournalism.
She also won the AAU state and national championship in Tae Kwon Do from 2007-2010.
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The blood pours: UN soldiers shoot at Haitian mourners outside church funeral of Father Jean Juste in Haiti
by Marguerite “Ezili Danto” Laurent
June 19, 2009
Today, June 18, U.N. soldiers gunned down Haitian mourners outside the church, Port au Prince Cathedral in Haiti, the largest church in the country, during the funeral for Father Gerard Jean Juste.
But undeterred by U.N. guns, Haitians continue to run towards the darkness, using their bodies, breath and soul to light the world — liberty or death!
Crime committed by so-called U.N. peacekeepers
Famous Haitian artist Zapzap has been reported arbitrarily detained, arrested and transported to an unknown location.
Jack Lieberman, who worked closely with Father Jean-Juste, sent these details upon his return to Port au Prince from burying his friend:
“What occurred at the end of Father Jean-Juste’s funeral at Port Au Prince’s Cathedral this morning before my trip was a crime committed by the so-called U.N. peacekeepers, who attacked a peaceful funeral procession in an attempt to arrest a prominent Aristide supporter, Yvone Zapzap, who was attending the funeral.
I was in the crowd where the incident occurred moments earlier and it was a completely peaceful event with the crowd reflecting Father Jean-Juste’s belief that Haiti’s democratically elected president Jean Bertrand Aristide must be returned to Haiti.
According to several eyewitnesses, when members of the funeral procession blocked the provocative attempt to arrest Zapzap, the U.N. troops became enraged and one of them shot one of the attendees of the funeral at point blank range.
This outrageous attack on a peaceful funeral procession mourning the passing of a leading Haitian human rights activist should be protested against internationally.
We must demand that Bill Clinton, the U.N.’s newly appointed representative overseeing their Haitian operations, take immediate action to investigate this criminal attack and to insure that it is not repeated.”
Haiti mourner at the funeral of Father Gerard Jean Juste gunned down by U.N. soldiers June 18 2009
Picked up body of young man killed
I would submit the attempt to arrest a popular musician at a funeral full of his fans, the funeral of a priest whose death tears Haiti’s heart, is a direct U.N. provocation to incite violence and chaos, display their dominion and control and then blame the resulting death on the peaceful mourners.
In the fracas, the people immediately took the body of Father Jean Juste to protect it from being vandalized, because when mourners were coming out of the church, the U.N. started shooting.
The people also picked up the body of a young man who was killed in front of the church by U.N. soldiers and marched it to the front of the National Palace despite the fact that they were being shot at by the U.N. soldiers to prevent their getting there.
There are reports of many cars being overturned and burned in Port au Prince.
Radio Ginen
has been reporting and broadcasting these events live on the radio and online.
The caravan of mourners were on their way to the cemetery from Port au Prince to Kavayon, which is two hours away, where the body of Father Jean-Juste was laid to rest beside his mother’s.
Responsibility for the deaths of the mourner and of Father Jean-Juste in dispute
An early report from Press TV quotes Sophie Boutaud de la Combe, spokeswoman for the U.N. forces in Haiti:
“It seems that one person was killed close to the cathedral. The first reports we have show that the soldiers fired in the air.”
Searching for some sort of excuse, she added:
“The blue helmets were apparently attacked by stone-throwing demonstrators from different parts of the town center.”
Later she told Reuters:
“We can confirm that our troops shot about five times in the air.
But only a ballistic test could finally determine whether the victim was killed by bullets fired by U.N. troops or not.”
She told the Associated Press:
“That the shooting was under investigation and that an autopsy would be quickly carried out.”
Still later, AFP reported in a story headlined “UN ‘categorically’ denies shooting death in Haiti”
that the young man died not from a gunshot wound but due to a “head injury inflicted by a stone or a blunt object.”
A look at the photo of the young man lying in a pool of blood from his head would puts the lie to that statement.
Reuters quotes a man named Jean Mathieu who said he was nearby:
“I saw several U.N. troops firing gunshots and immediately after I saw the man laid on the ground.
I did not see anybody else shooting.
I am sure the U.N. soldiers are the ones who shot the demonstrator.”
According to Reuters:
“Some (mourners interviewed after the funeral) accused the government of former Interim Prime Minister Gerard Latortue (who took office – without benefit of an election – following the coup) of causing Jean-Juste’s death by imprisoning him in 2005 on charges that later proved false. Jean-Juste became ill with leukemia while in prison. …
“Many demonstrators accused the former Latortue government of jailing Jean-Juste in 2005 to prevent him from running for president.”
“Latortue and his government should be tried for Jean-Juste’s death,” said Maurice Legrand, a 37-year-old demonstrator.
“When you jail somebody for political reasons and you prevent him from getting medical care, you are a criminal …
“Latortue had repeatedly refused to release Jean-Juste to allow him to receive medical care in the United States, despite an independent diagnosis of leukemia and other complications.
“Jean-Juste was released in January 2006 under intense international pressure, including from a number of U.S. Congress members, and went to Florida for treatment.
“Many of his supporters believed he could have better coped with the disease if he had received treatment earlier.”
Upcoming elections, student protests increase tensions
Tensions can only continue to escalate with runoff elections for 11 senatorial seats coming Sunday that the Fanmi Lavalas party, which represents at least 70 percent of Haitians, is boycotting as it did the first round on April 19, when turnout was only about 3 percent, Lavalas candidates not having been allowed to run.
The thousands of mourners at today’s funeral were again demanding the return of the leader of Lavalas, the democratically elected President Jean Bertrand Aristide, living in exile in South Africa since he was kidnapped by U.S. Marines during the coup d’etat of Feb. 29, 2004.
Protests led by medical students for the past month are making several demands, including an increase in the minimum wage and the removal of the 9,000 U.N. troops that have remained in Haiti since the coup.
“On Wednesday, student protesters attacked and burned a U.N. police vehicle,” the Associated Press reports.
How you can help
The U.N.’s trigger happy occupation force in Haiti does the bidding of the U.S. Because President Barack Obama is defending dissent in Iran, to be consistent he must also condemn the shooting of peaceful, unarmed protesters in Haiti — outside the largest church in the country at the funeral of the priest who would have been Haiti’s president if he had not been jailed.
And Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her husband Bill, now the U.N. special envoy to Haiti, must seek more than opportunities for U.S. corporations to exploit Haiti’s “cheap” labor.
Tell them how you feel about the apparent attack by U.N. “peacekeepers” on mourners at the funeral of Father Jean-Juste, called by some commentators the Martin Luther King of Haiti.
Tell them whether you agree with most Haitians that it’s long past time for the U.N. occupation force to leave Haiti.
The Haiti Action Committee
reports that “the work of feeding up to 3,000 every day continues at St. Claire.
(As pastor of St. Claire, a church in Port au Prince,) Father Jean Juste organized and built the feeding program with financial assistance provided by the What If? Foundation, a non-profit that can take tax-deductible donations to continue one part of his ministry.”
Support for this work is an excellent way to honor the memory of the saintly priest.
Human rights lawyer Marguerite Laurent — or Ezili Dantò — is dedicated to correcting the media lies and colonial narratives about Haiti.
A writer, performance poet and lawyer, Ezili Dantò is founder and president of the Haitian Lawyers Leadership Network (HLLN), runs the Ezili Dantò website, listserve, eyewitness project, FreeHaitiMovement and the on-line journal, “Haitian Perspectives.”
Bay View staff contributed to this story.
Another story by Ezili, “Mourners at Father Gerard Jean-Juste’s funeral accuse Catholic church, Haitian leaders of complicity in his death,”
provides essential background for this one.
C.I.A. Formed Haitian Unit Later Tied to Narcotics Trade
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U.S. Interfered In Foreign Presidential Elections 81 Times From 1946-2000
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Haiti poor
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A daughter arrives at her parents’ house high in the hills of Port-au-Prince, her father is home, lying in the yard, under a tree, vomiting
Also in Meille was a battalion of Nepalese UN military working for MINUSTAH, the United Nations Controlling The Poor Mission in Haiti
This same strain of cholera had broken out in Kathmandu on 23 September 2010, shortly before the UN military forces left for Haiti to control the poor and preserve the status of those who have money
In Haiti, which means the poor have nothing, the rich have everything
Mexico
They initially asked for 300 pesos, or $20.00 USD
San Quintín Valley — You come here and sell everything because you haven’t got a cent and here is definitely worse, because you come with promises, illusions, and nothing happens.
Grassroots mobilizations and work stoppages, caravans and tours through different towns and cities in Baja California and the country to publicize their fight and make alliances.
Complicity between the State and business owners not only promotes this state of affairs, but also assumes that the economically and politically powerful can act above the law.
The money that the workers should, but do not, receive is therefore redirected to employers.
 
 
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