Attn. Clinton Foundation: Hurricane-ravaged Haiti needs the $2B in donations you stole from its earthquake relief funds

Once again, Haiti is devastated by a natural disaster, this time by Hurricane Matthew.

Before the hurricane plowed into the southeast U.S. coast, where it caused major flooding and widespread power outages, “Matthew” had struck Haiti, the poorest country in the Americas, killing 877 people and displacing tens of thousands.

No doubt, there’ll be a drumbeat asking you to donate to Haiti’s hurricane relief, if it hasn’t already begun.

Don’t!

Below are the reasons why.

In 2010, a massive 7.0 earthquake devastated Haiti, killing more than 200,000 people, leveling 100,000 homes, and leaving 1.5 million people destitute.

As Dinesh D’Souza recounts for National Review, July 18, 2016, countries around the world, as well as private and philanthropic groups such as the Red Cross and the Salvation Army, provided some $10.5 billion in aid, with $3.9 billion of it coming from the United States. But very little of this aid money actually got to poor people in Haiti.

Bill Clinton & George W. Bush inspected the devastation of the Haiti earthquake, March 22, 2010.

Bill Clinton & George W. Bush inspected the devastation of the Haiti earthquake, March 22, 2010.

Bill Clinton was the designated UN representative for aid to Haiti. Following the earthquake, Bill Clinton had with media fanfare established the Haiti Reconstruction Fund. Meanwhile, his wife Hillary was the U. S. secretary of state, in charge of U.S. aid allocated to Haiti. Together the Clintons were the two most powerful people who controlled the flow of funds to Haiti from around the world.

Read more about what the Clintons did with the billions of dollars meant for Haiti’s earthquake relief, here.

In 2015, Vice.com sent an investigative reporter to Haiti, who was shocked to find Haiti still devastated 5 years after the earthquake, with many people homeless or living in self-made shacks, without running water or plumbing, despite the $10 billion in relief aid pledged around the world.

Here’s the video of the report;

Quotes from the above video:

6:28 mark: “So not only were no real homes built, but the survivors were left in the same primitive conditions as the refugee camps, squatting [among garbage] in a permanent reminder of our aid intended to give them.

Here’s an example of a “model home” built with our donation dollars for Haitians made homeless by the earthquake, which just stands there, unoccupied:

unoccupied-model-house-in-haiti-built-by-earthquake-relief-donations

7:21 mark: “What’s odd is that the Haitians who received little to no foreign aid actually seem to be doing than those in the designated relief areas.

8:06 mark: “But there was one permanent structure that was built here for the earthquake survivors. For some reason the International Olympics Committee [IOC} thought that these people could use an $18 million state-of-the-art soccer field and recreation center [instead of plumbing and running water], adding insult to injury in a community lacking in even the most basic amenities.”

8:32 mark: “But this [the IOC soccer field] wasn’t the only strange reconstruction project we saw foreign aid invested in. Seven hours north of the earthquake, over $300 million of foreign aid was spent in the district of Caracol, [a town that wasn’t affected by the earthquake]…. But even though the town wasn’t affected, it didn’t stop our government aid from being invested in another soccer field [that actually cost $2.9 million to built, not the $300 million spent by the contractor. The State Department’s records say the cost of constructing the Caracol soccer field was even lower — $2.3 million.] And when we looked at the cost of many other projects, we noticed the same contractor kept coming up [– Chemonics, the largest USAID recipient across the world, including in Afghanistan….] There’s been a number of audits that have shown lack of progress, the lack of oversight. Here, this is a contract of Chemonics with USAID. All the cost information throughout the contract, that’s all redacted, and we just have [blank] pink sheet after pink sheet…25 pink sheets [in total].”

11:21 mark: “USAID’s real investment here [in Caracol] is the more than $260 million spent for the Caracol industrial park — the largest U.S. development project in the aftermath of the earthquake…. [T]here’s paved streets, there’s sidewalks, there’s electricity and there’s drinkable running water which is actually unheard of in Haiti. Unfortunately, it only provides roughly only 10% of the jobs it promised. Its main tenant is a South Korean garment manufacturing company which enjoys cheap labor, tax exemptions and duty-free access to the U.S. market. Worst of all, none of the employees we met were earthquake survivors, and the plan for the park was drawn up before the [earthquake] disaster even happened.

13:17 mark: “While many attempts to reform the system have been made, to date, nothing has changed, and the result is the failed disaster capitalism we see in Haiti, where aid has become an industry of pro-profit companies. In fact, only a month after the earthquake, our own U.S. ambassador was quoted in a leaked document claiming ‘The gold rush is on.’ And now these same companies are using lobbying groups to ensure reforms never come. It’s often said that waste, inefficiency, corruption, these are problems that are unique to the developing world, that are unique to Haiti. The reality is that these are actually fundamental aspects of the U.S. foreign aid complex. Instead of relying on potentially corrupt money, we simply give it to U.S. companies and allow them to take 25% off the top. It’s a different form of corruption, and without realizing that, we’ll continue to make the same mistakes going forward.”

I stopped donating to disaster relief funds years ago. The last one I donated to was the Catholic Relief Services’ (CRS) charity drive for the Philippines after Typhoon Yolanda in 2013. I will never do that again, as CRS is staffed by pro-aborts. See “98% of Catholic Relief Services’ contributions go to pro-abort politicians”.

The standard advice for donating to charities is “Keep it local,” i.e., donate only to local charities where you can keep a better eye on how your donations are spent.

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~Eowyn

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15 responses to “Attn. Clinton Foundation: Hurricane-ravaged Haiti needs the $2B in donations you stole from its earthquake relief funds

  1. This is the same way bill and hill stole the money from the old folks wit there “white-water” rip off. old man bush sitting on so much money dat he has stolen until its made him crazy now.

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  2. Pingback: Attn. Clinton Foundation: Hurricane-ravaged Haiti needs the $2B in donations you stole from its earthquake relief funds — Fellowship of the Minds | kommonsentsjane

  3. Dr. Eowyn, thank you for your great ongoing work, an example of which you present with this posting. Now, please stand back for a moment while I open a window, stick my head out, and scream, “THIS IS THEIR ORDER OUT OF CHAOS!” Thank you, I feel a little better now. Of course, depopulation is part of that humanitarian program. Henry Kissinger, “Depopulation should be the highest priority of United States foreign policy towards the third world.”

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  4. Reblogged this on necltr and commented:

    Henry Kissinger, “Yes, many people will die when the New World Order is established, but it will be a much better world for those who survive.” That was an agreement with H. G. Wells’ writing many years ago.

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  5. I’ve already heard suggestions on MSM, even on TWC, that people should donate to Haiti through the Clinton Global Initiative. The nerve of them! Why doesn’t Faux Nooze interview some of Clinton’s and Bush’s victims in Haiti to learn the raw truth about how they did nothing other than robbing and destroying what little hope they had left. The Haitian victims are still living in cardboard boxes.

    The globalist Bushy Boys must be very proud of cousin Billy for providing this destructive Trump video for release at such a cleverly-planned time. MSM is eating it up, while Hillary’s treason is getting another pass. NWO, here we come!.

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    • “Why doesn’t Faux Nooze interview some of Clinton’s and Bush’s victims in Haiti to learn the raw truth about how they did nothing other than robbing and destroying what little hope they had left.”
      A rhetorical question/statement, I assume?

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  6. Where mere cents of every dollar go toward actual relief operations…

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  7. Enter the following into a search engine “US AID CIA front”.

    As for Bubba showboating around Haiti with GWB, well it was probably his dress rehearsal for his position as U.N. Secy. General.

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    • The UN Security Council has nominated the next Secretary General – a job that carries a five year term. The chosen one is not Bubba Clinton, they may have loftier goals for him, but former Portuguese PM Antonio Guterres, age 67. The nomination needs approval from the UN General Assembly. Between 2005 and 2015 Tony’s title was UN High Commissioner for Refugees.

      Tony here has much in common with governments and foundations when it comes to finances. Seems large sums of money just slip through the fingers, never to be seen again. He is a member of the Socialist Party. Conservative Fox News has been investigating this guy for some time.

      http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2016/10/06/next-un-secretary-general-has-some-history-to-overcome.html

      ~One of the big questions for the Secretary General-designate might well be: can he do a better administrative job in his new role than he did in the past, as the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)?

      In that area, Guterres has some history to overcome. Midway through his ten-year tenure as UNHCR, in 2010, the U.N.’s own book-keepers warned that his agency’s sloppy handling of funds for refugees imperiled future contributions from U.N. member nations.

      Five years later, U.N. auditors were raising much the same flags in another report that faulted Guterres’ office for failing to adequately oversee the handout of nearly a billion dollars to other relief organizations.

      His agency has also been criticized, in a U.N.-sponsored independent evaluation, for engaging in turf wars with other U.N. agencies over how to handle a flood of some 4.6 million refugees from the catastrophic civil war in Syria.~

      On the opposite side we have UNHCR itself, just claiming a staggering funding gap of US $3.47 billion.
      http://www.unhcr.org/en-us/news/latest/2015/6/558acbbc6/funding-shortage-leaves-syrian-refugees-danger-missing-vital-support.html

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  8. But but but, the Clintons do use some of that money for their over paid staff and their private air travel in their global warming world.
    Haiti, what about it, they don’t need no stinking money. That’s for the rich folks.
    Wouldn’t you love to have an audit on every one involved?

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  9. I thought dirt bag Clinton went to Haiti to molest women.

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  10. The Samaritan’s Purse home office is in my town of Boone, NC. Although I’m biased with a favorable opinion of their relief work all over the world, I really do think they’re a reputable organization to send donations to.

    Here’s a link to their Haiti blog showing their efforts since the last disaster in 2010: http://blog.samaritanspurse.org/our-work-in-haiti/

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  11. Margarita Sainz

    We were in Haiti building a prefab house after the earthquake and Bill Clinton sat inside that house along with Hillary and Michelle Obama and after admiring the free house sample with solar panels and all Bill Clinton asked my brother flat out how much we would give to the Clinton Foundation to make sure we would get the contract.
    The Clinton foundations built a casino, a few houses which cost 3x as much and aquired a “satellite” for a (phone system). Why hasn’t this been brought out by the media.
    Now we have hundreds of Haitians dead because of Hurrican Mathew. Dead because they didn’t have the decency to build housing that they promised. The housing that they needed. There is so much corruption in that family.

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