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Haitian Migrants A Problem, Will Haiti Join BRICS as Option to U.S. Migration?

History of Haiti Climate, Migration and...Why Haiti is not allowed to access its own riches that would make it the wealthiest country per capita in the West?

Haiti's multi trillion dollar iridium reserves are located in its Southeast there is a mountain of it guarded by UN troops. Besides the village of Beloc, where iridium was discovered in early 1990 by Alan K. Hildebrand, Haiti has the 2nd largest deposit next to South Africa, the extremely valuable metal $183.00 a gram also exists in the town of Bainet.

The destruction of fields and the loss of crops, as temperatures soar, water sources dwindle, and landslides have a considerable impact on the lives of Haitians. These extreme weather events have physical and financial consequences in the community.

Mean annual rainfall is projected to decrease by 3% by 2030 and by 6%–9% by 2050. Rainfall variability will increase, and rains will be more intense during the wet season. As a consequence, climate-related hazards in Haiti will become more intense or more frequent.According to the most recent data, 28,903 undocumented migrants were encountered in Florida back in February 2024, which is a slight jump from January’s numbers.

THE LACK OF SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE is deeply enforced in Haiti. Haiti does not have the basic social infrastructure to allow a viable economy its infrastructure is created to take goods out of Haiti not to empower Haitian citizens and its leaders are chosen and sanctioned by foreign powers under the watchful eye of foreign religious leaders who make regular reports about who might empower Haiti. There are inadequate roads in the rural areas. Thus shipping goods to the market in Port-au-Prince is expensive and risky. Travel by workers is difficult and extremely time-consuming because of bad roads.

After years of rumors that mining companies were exploring in Haiti, in 2012 Canadian and U.S. corporations confirmed they had permits to mine gold in more than 1,000 square miles in northern Haiti. Haiti's then prime minister said the estimated $20 billion worth of minerals in Haiti's hills would help liberate it from dependency on foreign aid and rebuild from the devastating 2010 earthquake. But the country never saw a dime from those mines and the foreign aid only aided in making Haiti more and more ripe for theft of resources every year! The BME is the only legal institution authorized to deal with the research and development of the riches of Haiti’s subsoil, whether in terms of exploration, research and granting of permits, but who controls the BME?

As difficult to work with as it is rare, iridium is found in large quantities in Haiti’s southeast, which has the second largest reserves in the world. This metal is today worth more than gold and Bitcoin. Its resistance to high temperatures and corrosion makes it almost indispensable in the manufacture of aircraft engines and deep water pipelines. Its exploitation could be a lever for the revival of the Haitian economy and the creation of millions of jobs, argues the economics professor, Dr. Henry Vixamar.

Haiti has one of the largest iridium reserves in the world. The country is second in iridium reserves after South Africa, says economics development specialist, Dr. Henry Vixamar. He says that this assessment comes from South African experts following a study carried out in Haiti in 2014. This information and its sources are also known by Haiti’s Bureau of Mines and Energy (BME), emphasized the professor.Iridium is a very profitable metal, especially during the year 2021. During 2020, the average price per ounce (12.5 grams) of the metal was $2,550 US. But for the month of March 2021, its value had reached $6,000 US per ounce, nearly three times the price of gold for the same month.

Haiti has always been invaded to stop the Haitians from controlling their own resources even African nations seeing how they were inundated with self hate and corruption refused them entry into the African Union. Now some factions are considering partnering with BRICs as a way to stop anothr one hundred years of foreign enforced poverty,corruption and disruption! Washington fears that desperate Haiti might approach the BRICS (an alliance of Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa), seeking investment, aid, and trade.

The GFA was signed into law on Dec. 20, 2019 by President Donald Trump with full bipartisan support. It is endorsed by the Biden administration as a means to “advance America’s national interests on the world stage” at “the dawn of a decisive decade.” The Biden administration hopes the GFA will establish the United States as a “trusted partner — a force for peace and stability in the world.”But the way the US treats Haitian immigrants tells a different story and those migrants are spreading the word about the actual nature of the beast. If Haiti gains control of its resources it will become the richest nation in its hemisphere and the USA is doing everything to stop that from happening including using soft power to lull haitians into feeling their best interests are USA's best interests.What remains to be seen is will they fall for it again?

Only the wealthy in Port-au-Prince and foreigners in major regional towns have running water. The masses do not have access to potable water and death and disease related to water is critical. 80% of all disease in Haiti is water-borne rainwater and simple filtration systems could be set up but the Haitian government does not invest in those things as they are traditionally ruled by foreign powers. Sewerage systems are limited to Port-au-Prince’s elite. The rest make do with outhouses or worse, just use the outdoors. This presents a terrible medical problem in the crowded slums of the capital. Electricity is not available except for a tiny percent.

Following the assassination of the Haitian President in July of 1915, President Woodrow Wilson sent the United States Marines into Haiti to restore order and maintain political and economic stability in the Caribbean. This occupation continued until 1934.The playbook was no different from the playbook France used in Africa.

The United States Government's interests in Haiti existed for decades prior to its occupation. As a potential naval base for the United States, Haiti’s stability concerned U.S. diplomatic and defense officials who feared Haitian stability might result in an Empowered and wealthy Black rule of Haiti. In 1868, President Andrew Johnson suggested the annexation of the island of Hispaniola, consisting of Haiti and the Dominican Republic, to secure a U.S. defensive and economic stake in the West Indies. On May 16, 1868, in a dramatic call of the roll, 35 senators voted to convict the president of "high crimes and misdemeanors." Johnson hated black people and wanted to make sure US blacks and Haiti never united to form a free nation not under white rule. Johnson vetoed legislation that Congress passed to protect the rights of those who had been freed from slavery. Johnson wanted the Confederates to be able to do whatever they wanted (Have a free hand) to free blacks including kill or imprison them, This clash culminated in the House of Representatives voting, on February 24, 1868, to impeach the president.

France, as the former hated colonizer of Haiti, retained strong economic and diplomatic ties with the Haitian Government by threatening to invade if they did not pay them back for gaining their freedom from France. In the 1824 Franco-Haitian Agreement, France agreed to recognize Haitian independence if Haiti paid a large indemnity for killing the former slave-masters, enslavers, torturers, and rapists that had run Haiti. In modern times Haiti is just one of many countries where United nations peacekeepers have raped women and girls, or sexually exploited them in exchange for food or support. United Nations peacekeepers have also guarded Haitian mines and kept Haitian citizens and even members of the government from accessing the wealth that foreign companies would steal. This attitude has kept Haiti in a constant state of debt and placed France in a position of power over Haiti’s trade and finances in the past and the USA in present day times. The greatest fear of the West is that Haiti gets help to access its own wealth.

From 1889 to 1891, Secretary of State James Blaine unsuccessfully sought a lease of Mole-Saint Nicolas, a city on Haiti’s northern coast strategically located for a naval base. In 1910, President William Howard Taft granted Haiti a large loan in public he said it was a loan in hopes that Haiti could pay off its international debt, thus lessening foreign influence. In actuality the loan was so President William Howard Taft could introduce American businesses to Haiti in order to take over Europe's influence. The attempt failed due to the enormity of the debt and the internal instability of the country. But it gave the US an interest heavy debt that it could exploit against Haiti as well.

Florida is home to the largest community of Haitian Americans in the United States. Many of them, with deep ties to their country and with relatives back home, are grappling with the uncertainty of not knowing what will happen next. Some are gripped with fear when they are unable to reach a loved one by phone. The current turmoil is not completely new to the Haitian American community here. That population began growing rapidly in the 1970s and 1980s as people escaped political repression and economic hardship during dictatorships created and funded by outside powers with an economic agenda to steal Haiti's riches under wraps and keep the country at large from realizing how wealthy they actually are in iridium alone they could buy fort Knox a dozen times over and every President they elected who talked about Haiti using its own resources was mysteriously assassinated.

Many settled into neighborhoods like Little Haiti in Miami, where colorful murals decorate the streets and Kreyòl is heard everywhere. Haiti, with about 11 million people, has been in turmoil since the still-unsolved assassination of President Jovenel Moïse in 2021 led to widespread violence. President Moïse had broke the cardinal rule of leadership in Haiti do not empower the Haitian people! Moise built the second-largest hydropower plant and agricultural water reservoir in Haiti after Peligue. He built the "Barrage Marion" in Marion, Haiti, which can produce electricity and water the farmers land in the North of Haiti.

A group of 28 foreign mercenaries, mostly Colombians, were alleged to be responsible for the killing. First Lady Martine Moïse was also shot multiple times in the attack, and was airlifted to the United States for emergency treatment. Later in the day, USGPN (L'Unité de Sécurité Générale du Palais National, or The General Security Unit of the National Palace, headed by Dimitri Herard) killed three of the suspected assassins and arrested 20 more. A manhunt was launched for other gunmen as well as the masterminds of the attack. Haitian chief prosecutor Bedford Claude confirmed plans to question Moïse's top bodyguards; none of the president's security guards were killed or injured in the attack. US authorities have since arrested eleven suspects alleged to have conspired in the assassination. Martine Moïse and Claude Joseph, who succeeded Moïse as President of Haiti, have been accused of conspiring in the assassination and were formally charged on February 19, 2024. But it is unlikely anyone who actually was involved in the assassination will be allowed to testify.

Many different powers are active in making sure Haiti doesn't rise. While the Vatican has always denied it operates an intelligence agency, Eric Frattini, author of The Entity, has written extensively about Vatican ties to espionage across five centuries including its sacred secret service founded in 1566 and known as 'The Holy Alliance' (later renamed 'The Entity').Since 1886—when General Salomon completed his first term of office—there have been twelve Presidents of Haiti, no one of whom has served his full term of seven years. Of these twelve, four have been killed and six driven from office. A long-simmering crisis over Haiti's ability to govern itself, particularly after a series of natural disasters and an increasingly dire humanitarian emergency, has come to a head in the Caribbean nation, as its de facto president remains stranded in Puerto Rico and its people starve and live in fear not realizing that all of this is part of an organized manipulation from foreign powers to keep Haiti from power and to retake their land, the war in Haiti NEVER ended!

Divide and conquer is the playbook essential guiding principle of white supremacy.


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