Duhmerica Invades Haiti
21/01/2010 § Leave a comment
Much to my disquiet, it seems, here we go again. From the very beginning, U.S. assistance to Haiti has looked to me more like an invasion than a humanitarian relief operation.
“There is evidence that the United States found oil in Haiti decades ago and due to the geopolitical circumstances and big business interests of that era made the decision to keep Haitian oil in reserve for when Middle Eastern oil had dried up. This is detailed by Dr. Georges Michel in an article dated March 27, 2004, outlining the history of oil explorations and oil reserves in Haiti and in the research of Dr. Ginette and Daniel Mathurin.
“There is also good evidence that these very same big U.S. oil companies and their inter-related monopolies of engineering and defense contractors made plans, decades ago, to use Haiti’s deep water ports either for oil refineries or to develop oil tank farm sites or depots where crude oil could be stored and later transferred to small tankers to serve U.S. and Caribbean ports. This is detailed in a paper about the Dunn Plantation at Fort Liberte in Haiti.
“Ezili’s HLLN underlines these two papers on Haiti’s oil resources and the works of Dr. Ginette and Daniel Mathurin in order to provide a view one will not find in the mainstream media nor anywhere else as to the economic and strategic reasons the U.S. has constructed its fifth largest embassy in the world – fifth only beside the U.S. embassies in China, Iraq, Iran and Germany – in tiny Haiti, post the 2004 Haiti Bush regime change.”
Rahm Emanuel’s refrain ‘Never waste a good crisis’ came to mind immediately after hearing of the Haiti quake. As the Russians have just signed an agreement with Cuba to develop Cuba’s offshore oilfields its a good bet that those resources span the Windward Passage that separates Cuba from Haiti. Were the Russians to employ directional drilling that would impinge on what the Duhmerican’s have deemed to be their own. Hence the Invasion of Haiti by Duhmerica.