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Sunday, November 07, 2010

NGOs and Haiti

Al Jazeera's Imtiaz Tyab, reporting from the capital, Port-au-Prince, on Sunday, said Haiti's minister of health had claimed that NGOs were exaggerating the spread of the disease.
"He [the minister] went on to suggest that he thought it was a way for them to attract more donations to fund cholera projects or projects to fight cholera.

"Haiti has for a very long time had a very complex relationship with the NGO's. In fact, there are more NGOs operating out of Haiti than anywhere else in the world per capita.
"These NGOs have an astounding amount of money and have also spent a lot of money here but many Haitians say that they have very little to show for it."

While I would heartily agree that NGOs (No Good Organizations?) are notorious the world over as at best a self serving racket and at worst the racist operatives of a neocolonialist scheme of keeping the so-called third world deliberately undeveloped and starving, I would not take the threat of not only cholera but far worse pandemics arising out of the living hell that is today's Haiti. That this is a deliberate policy of promotion of UN and global financier's making there can be no doubt. The same Obama administration that is carrying out what amounts to nothing other than a false flag protection racket for the heroin trade in Afghanistan, (recently lavishly admired by none other than George W. Bush) to the tune of hundreds of billions of dollars, has refused to lift a finger to save Haiti. It is of a piece with the same logic that has Bernanke doing everything to save the cancerous bubble of speculative debt at the expense of the world's population...

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