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. Continue reading
After the earthquake attack on Haiti to plunder its gold bullion stored at their Central Bank, scores of humanitarian NGOs, e.g. Red Cross, United Nations and the Clinton Foundation used the disaster to make money for themselves through non-implementation of projects that global donations pouring in were precisely intended for.