International Scandal To Destroy Haiti’s Future: Assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse
The global community is saddened by the recent assassination of Haitian President, Jovenel Moise, which occurred on the hot summer night of July 7, 2021. Unbeknownst to most of the world, there has been an international scandal to destroy the hope and future of the Haitian people for quite some time. This has been going on since the early 19th century during the days of Thomas Jefferson, America’s third president, when Haiti defied the white supremacy ideology by overthrowing the greatest European powers of the time at the height of the Atlantic Slave Trade.
What Do We Know About President Moise Slaying?
Twenty-six Former members of the Columbian Army and two Haitian-Americans were involved in the raid of Jovenel Moise’s home at one o’clock in the morning. Martine Moise, the first lady was also shot and left struggling for her life. She was found alive and whisked to Florida in Fort Lauderdale and then a hospital in Miami. The first lady returned to Haiti after being hospitalized for a week to plan and attend her husband’s funeral on July 23rd. There have been several arrests in connection to the planned murder of Moise. Joseph Vincent and James Solonges, the two Haitian-Americans have both been arrested with ties in South Florida. Dimitri Herard, the head of the General Security Unit of the National Palace (USGPN, by its French acronym), is the subject of a US law enforcement investigation related to arms trafficking in Haiti. However, the president was aware of it, stating that “The US will handle it.”
The United States has been involved in the “Haitian Cookie Jar” since 1915 when the US Marines invaded Haiti and occupied the island until 1934. During their unwelcomed stay, the US successfully changed the constitution, increased the land/border in favor of the Dominican Republic to make their landmass even larger; let’s not forget to mention that the USA also conveniently gave the DR thousands of assaults rifles to protect their borders. This was interesting due to the intense hatred that the Dominican government and many of its residents have towards Haitians. Giving them those automatic weapons only added fuel to the fire. The US Embassy in Haiti isn’t an embassy per se, but an army base with the veneer of an embassy; used to store the looted goods of the island (possibly: cash, drugs, gold, and diamonds).
Hundreds of thousands still remain in tent cities after the so-called “earthquake,” 1.5 are still homeless.
Why Assassinate The President?
None of us knows why exactly, except for those involved in the hideous plot. It could’ve been due to the PetroCaribe Oil Scandal (2008-2016), where 4 billion dollars vanished. President Moise and his high-ranking political associates were still under investigation for that missing money.
Could it have been anything to do with the Columbian drug money laundering case that Moise was under investigation for prior to campaigning to be the 50th president of Haiti? Everyone knows that Columbia produces 70% of the world’s cocaine and has been flooded with mercenaries since the days of Pablo Escobar, the $26 billion a year drug trafficker who smuggled 15 tons of coke a day into the US and was tracked down and killed by the Columbian police back in 1993. Was it that his Columbian partners wanted to shut him up before he would have to testify in court?
We do know that Jovenel Moise traveled to Turkey on an official visit on Thursday, June 17, 2021, for Antalya Diplomacy Forum. Security, energy and investments are on the agenda for the Head of State. In August 2020, Haiti and Turkey strengthened their cooperation ties with the signing of seven agreements. According to Haiti Libre.com mid-November 2020, President Moïse and his Turkish counterpart, Reccep Tayyip Erdogan, had telephone conversations as part of negotiations for the establishment of two floating power plants capable of extending electricity services to Port-au-Prince and Cap Haitian. This would’ve been a game-changer for Haiti, as it was projected to bring constant electricity and internet to the country.
What Most People Don’t Know About Haiti
Thanks to General Toussaint Louverture Haiti become the world’s first independent nation formed as a result of revolting against their slave owners from 1790-1804. Believe it or not, Haiti has the second largest deposits of iridium, which is worth six times more than gold. One ounce of iridium is worth $6,000, one ton of the precious metal is worth $19,2000,000. Guess what, Haiti has mountains of it. Let’s not forget that 40 billion dollar’s worth of oil, gold, and various natural minerals were found in Haiti after the devasting so-called “earthquake” that many geologists believe wasn’t natural. I agree with former president Hugo Chavez that the United States military has been using HAARP in their rapacious search for gold and oil. With all of this newfound wealth, there are bound to be sharks lurking, and unfortunately, the shareholders in Canada and USA are only paying Haiti’s government 2.5% of every ounce of minerals and oil that they find—that’s if they’re paying them at all. Could it be that the billions of dollars that Haiti has within its soil-rich dirt and mountains is the cause of President Moise torture and murder?
Article written by: King Kevin Dorival, international author, speaker, and activist.
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