Haitians Want No Charity, Prefer Freedom from Fake Humanitarian NGOs

Haitians Want No Charity, Prefer World Freeing Them from Fake Humanitarian NGOs

Haiti was struck by a manufactured disaster back on 12 January 2011 to pave the way for US ground invasion, NGO exploitation, and the corporate systematic plunder of its natural resources including gold. Of the billions that the concerned people of the world gave to Red Cross, the humanitarian agency was only able to build 7 houses for the Haitians.

No sources of potable water were ever developed out of the $13 billion raised by the Clinton Global Initiative either. Indeed, the Clintons have adapted themselves well from their Vatican masters, who themselves have the habit of sucking in most of what goes into their own Red Cross, of course.

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  • Rosaliene Bacchus  On April 8, 2018 at 3:41 pm

    The Haitian story is a blow to my heart and to humanity: the callous soul of capitalist greed.

  • Mark  On April 8, 2018 at 8:01 pm

    Who to vote for in America? Trump is a racist bigot and Clinton is involved in NGO scandals. I’ve actually seen the hotel that Bill Clinton owns in Haiti. It’s among several of the tallest buildings in Haiti.

    It hurts my heart to see how my fellow Haitians have suffered tremendously because of non-profit corruption. Those foreign NGOs have misused the funds for constructing tall buildings and luxury hotels instead of using it for the Haitian people. The worst part is that many of these luxury skyscrapers (to Caribbean standards) are heavily guarded by armed guards and very angry dogs.

    I’ve seen for myself the recipe of using the sun’s heat to “bake” dirt cookies. It is made with wet soil, a tiny pinch of cane sugar and sometimes a bit of other spices to make it more palatable. The nonprofits in America, Canada and Europe have caused poverty onto Haiti and swindled donors of their monies to enrich themselves to build fancy hotels and resorts in Port-au-Prince.

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