UN thugs in Haiti
2010-01-15 0:00

From: brasschecktv.com

Ed comment: The elite have been trying to “get to” Haiti for various reasons for a long time. This could be because of resources. It could also be because they want to get rid of people who still practice "ancient knowledge” (voodoo in this case)… who knows. The questions is, was the latest 7.0 mag. earthquake in Haiti another demonstration of advanced technology? Was this earthquake created? Was it another attempt to break the spirit of the Haitian's?

Remember this: Poor Haitians resort to eating dirt




In 2004, democratically elected Jean-Betrand Aristide was kidnapped by US and Canadian forces in the middle of a coup attempt and taken to "safety" in Africa.

Aristide was elected by wide margins twice and thousands protested Aristide's removal and demanded democratic elections that included him as a candidate.

This is how protestors, mostly from poor neighborhoods, were treated by UN "peacekeepers."

Among other things, Aristide is the author of the book The Eyes of the Heart: Seeking a Path for the Poor in the Age of Globalization, which used Haiti as a case study of globalization.

In it Aristide specifically points out problems with the World Bank and the IMF in creating larger problems within Haitian society and the economy.

Video from: brasschecktv.com



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