Haiti and H.A.A.R.P.
by, 01-24-2010 at 03:18 PM (3562 Views)
HAITI and H.A.A.R.P.
"My decision to destroy the authority of the blacks in Saint Dominque (Haiti) is not so much based on considerations of commerce and money, as on the need to block for ever the march of the blacks in the world." - Napoleon Bonaparte
I am not saying that HAARP does not exist, but what I do find is it was relatively convenient that Haiti, being the only Black administrated republic in the western hemisphere, has continued to suffer weather related and other "natural" disasters that have not been brought to bare on any other peoples in the world vis-à-vis the number of them, the relatively short time span in which they have occurred, and the convenience to which they would devastate an island nation of Black peoples in particular who had heretofore won their freedom and independence by daring to put up a fight, and win, which was and is incomprehensible by any stretch of the European imagination.
I see this as an attempt to break the peoples of Haiti's daunting spirit, that formidable African Zulu warrior spirit that Haiti embodies like no other group of Blacks in the western hemisphere, save possibly the Africans in the U.S.A., but even if that be true, African Americans still have not a nation to themselves. Haiti is very unique in this respect.
Haiti has been, literally, ostracized by every country in the western hemisphere, tossed and strewn about, used, battered and abused, and were continuously thwarted from making economic headway by all kinds of tricks and manipulations put in their path even to the point of control of their very own government by none other than the big bad bully of a beast on the block, the United States of America. I find the timing of this earthquake’s assault on Haiti all too convenient in the continuing saga of world geopolitical war games.
What are the odds of a country suffering this many catastrophic occurrences - 4 hurricanes and a devastating 7.3 earthquake in four years - in this short time span? No statistical odds in the world would support this. There is not a school of mathematical thought that could offer an explanation for these statistically unheard of odds of devastation and destruction visited upon a tiny nation of Haiti that is roughly less than 300 miles square. This would be akin to hitting the Mega-millions lotto jackpot 5 times.
In the end, adversely so, Haiti will be occupied by America under the guise of providing aid to the “poorest and most illiterate nation in the western hemisphere.” Now America can do what it has always wanted to do for which it didn’t have an inroad beforehand. They will use this as a impetus to occupy and control the only Black Republic in the Americas under the guise of providing aid, which will thwart all influences from governments of the radical left, mainly Cuba and Venezuela. This is and was the West’s ultimate goal. Hugo Chavez is looked upon as becoming too powerful, and his influence with other governments in the Americas is becoming a power to be reckoned with, especially with the larger more populous and strategically influential countries of South America like Argentina, Brazil and Columbia. This changes the power structure in the world.
Hugo Chavez has begun the initial stages of establishing strong diplomatic ties with Iran which could possibly lead to a formidable alliance. Iran has become the arch nemesis of America’s nuclear power granting authority. It has challenged this authority, whereby, along with China and Pakistan, would present another nation armed with nuclear weapons whom are not 100 percent European controlled, influenced or their direct fair skin descendants. This power granting authority challenges any nation who wishes to have access to the implements of nuclear annihilation.
Haiti’s independence had become worrisome for the powers that be in America and the West. It’s strategic location, particularly its proximity to all countries in Central and South America, and it’s potential to be influenced and enticed into the Hugo Chavez camp became too much to bare. It had to be taken down for the balance of power to be shifted back in America’s favor. Another pawn in the game of chess, albeit a deadly one.
“Our policy with regards to Haiti is plain ,we [never] can acknowledge her independence. The peace and safety of a large part of our Union forbids us even to discuss it.” - United States Senator, South Carolina, Robert Y. Hayne - ca. 1824
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