US Empire on Haiti: dictatorship and genocide
The version that the earthquake on Haiti on January 12, 2010 was artificial came up on the first days after the disaster.Then 250,000 Haitians died, about 300,000 were wounded and more than two million people (2% of the population) became homeless. Thousands of buildings including the Presidential palace, the parliamentary building, the UN peacekeeping mission’s headquarters, trade centers, schools and hospitals were destroyed.
According to some analytical articles published on the Internet, Pentagon stood behind the disaster: Haiti became a training area for a test of a seismic weapon (the earthquake machine). A strike of seven points on the Richter scale hit the targeted zone. That “earthquake” had no consequences in the neighboring Dominican Republic.
Almost right after the earthquake Pentagon brought its contingent on Haiti: the 82nd airborne division, the marine infantry and engineering units. Pentagon took control over the remaining components of the infrastructure, the US flight operations officers took control over the airport of Port-au-Prince. As a consequence there was a discrimination of flights with humanitarian cargos from “populist countries”, creation of obstacles for the work of Cuban and Venezuelan rescuers and doctors. The US made it clear to the representatives of the non-friendly countries that they were not being regarded as partners in the humanitarian operation. On Haiti the US is using all means – surveillance, provocations, threats – in order to get rid of those who supplied energy resources to Haiti, helped it to improve the health care services and fight illiteracy long before the disaster.
Comparando a acção dos E.U.A. com esta notícia, dá-me comichão nos co… tovelos:
Cuba Provided the Greatest Medical Aid to Haiti after the Earthquake – ProjectCensored.org
Cuba was the first to come into Haiti with medical aid when the January 12, 2010, earthquake struck. Among the many donor nations, Cuba and its medical teams have played a major role in treating Haiti’s earthquake victims. Public health experts say the Cubans were the first to set up medical facilities among the debris and to revamp hospitals immediately after the earthquake struck. Their pivotal work in the health sector has, however, received scant media coverage. “It is striking that there has been virtually no mention in the media of the fact that Cuba had several hundred health personnel on the ground before any other country,” said David Sanders, professor of public health from Western Cape University in South Africa.
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