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Are they that sick? Did U.S. weather weapon destroy Haiti?

January 29, 2010

by Junious Ricardo Stanton

Was the earthquake that destroyed Port au Prince, capital of Haiti and home to 2 million Haitians, that killed 200,000 and caused tens of thousands to lose limbs man made? Did a U.S. weather weapon trigger it to secure Haiti’s vast riches in gold, silver, copper and oil? – Photo: Shaul Schwarz, Getty for TIME
The military has had about 20 years to work on weather warfare methods, which it euphemistically calls weather modification. For example, rainmaking technology was taken for a few test rides in Vietnam. The U.S. Department of Defense sampled lightning and hurricane manipulation studies in Project Skyfire and Project Stormfury. And they looked at some complicated technologies that would give big effects. ‘Angels Don’t Play This HAARP’ cites an expert who says the military studied both lasers and chemicals which they figured could damage the ozone layer over an enemy. Looking at ways to cause earthquakes, as well as to detect them, was part of the project named Prime Argus, decades ago. The money for that came from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA, now under the acronym ARPA). In 1994 the Air Force revealed its Spacecast 2020 master plan, which includes weather control. Scientists have experimented with weather control since the 1940s, but Spacecast 2020 noted that ‘using environmental modification techniques to destroy, damage or injure another state are prohibited.’ Having said that, the Air Force claimed that advances in technology ‘compels a reexamination of this sensitive and potentially risky topic.’” – “The Military’s Pandora’s Box” by Dr. Nick Begich and Jeane Manning, www.haarp.net

Recently I wrote a piece detailing why Haiti is so poor, how the U.S. and its European allies have conspired since 1804 to choke and strangle the people and economy of this island inhabited by the descendants of Africans. Haiti is peopled by the sons and daughters of the Africans who soundly defeated France, Britain and Spain to gain their independence and freedom, to become a beacon of possibility for freedom-loving people in this hemisphere.

The whites have never forgiven those Africans or their heirs for debunking the feeble notions of white supremacy and superiority. The U.S. elites and New World Order devotees still hold a deep seated animus towards Haiti and the Haitian people to this day.

Immediately following the “earthquake” that hit Haiti on Jan. 12, 2010, I started seeing reports that the earthquake was not a random occurrence or happenstance. These were the same rumblings I heard following Hurricane Katrina.

After the devastation of Katrina I started seeing reports about HAARP, High Frequency Active Auroral Research. I did some research and discovered HAARP is an extremely high frequency radio transmitter military operation located in Alaska and Puerto Rico. HAARP is a military project both the U.S. Navy and U.S. Air Force have signed on to for conducting experiments and tests using high frequency electromagnetic waves.

The U.S. military has been using HAARP to slice the earth’s ionosphere, stab into the oceans in search of submarines, penetrate deep into the earth’s core and impact all life on the planet. Some speculate the U.S. and Russia have engaged in stealth weather warfare for decades.

The U.S. government is tight lipped about HAARP and its clandestine uses. However if you do some cursory research, you will discover alarming but not surprising facts, that for me confirm what the Last Poets said is true, “The white man has a god complex.”

This is the HAARP Research Station in Gakona, Alaska. HAARP’s official website, www.haarp.alaska.edu, states its purpose: “HAARP is a scientific endeavor aimed at studying the properties and behavior of the ionosphere, with particular emphasis on being able to understand and use it to enhance communications and surveillance systems for both civilian and defense purposes.”
“HAARP is part of the weapons arsenal of the New World Order under the Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI). From military command points in the U.S., entire national economies could potentially be destabilized through climatic manipulations. More importantly, the latter can be implemented without the knowledge of the enemy, at minimal cost and without engaging military personnel and equipment as in a conventional war,” writes Michel Chossudovsky in “Washington’s New World Order Weapons Have the Ability to Trigger Climate Change.” Chossudovsky is professor of economics at the University of Ottawa and the author of “The Globalization of Poverty.”

He continues: “The use of HAARP – if it were to be applied – could have potentially devastating impacts on the world’s climate. Responding to U.S. economic and strategic interests, it could be used to selectively modify climate in different parts of the world resulting in the destabilization of agricultural and ecological systems.

“It is also worth noting that the U.S. Department of Defense has allocated substantial resources to the development of intelligence and monitoring systems on weather changes. NASA and the Department of Defense’s National Imagery and Mapping Agency (NIMA) are working on ‘imagery for studies of flooding, erosion, land-slide hazards, earthquakes, ecological zones, weather forecasts, and climate change’ with data relayed from satellites,” Chossudovsky writes.

The U.S. has three known HAARP transmitting stations (and the operative word here is “known”) – two in Alaska at Gakona and Fairbanks and one in Puerto Rico near the Arecibo Observatory. The U.S. actually admits HAARP has been used to probe the earth for natural gas and oil.

Keep this in mind: Haiti has oil. In fact the Atlantic Richfield Co. is a major developer of patented HAARP technology as are E-Systems and Raytheon, two major defense contractors (a euphemism for the warmongering military industrial complex).

What if the HAARP transmitting station in Puerto Rico was probing for oil in the Caribbean near Cuba or Haiti and set the signal frequencies too high? What if this aggravated a pre-existing fault line on the island shared by Haiti and the Dominican Republic and resulted in the earthquake?

Or what if they already knew Haiti had oil off its coasts and near the mountains and deliberately ignited a HAARP beam in order to generate enough instability to create an earthquake in order to ethnically cleanse and depopulate the region?

Louis Joseph Valentine lowers his mother, Therese Theodore, 76, into a casket after she died Jan. 20, eight days after the quake. Valentine, whose home was leveled in the quake, says his mother didn't get medical care in time. Her casket was carried to the nearby Central Cemetery. The world now knows that countless thousands died in Haiti because U.S. relief and aid was too little and too late. Is the U.S. also responsible for causing the quake? – Photo: Carolyn Cole, LA Times
Now before you call me crazy or say I’m a “conspiracy kook,” remember this is the same U.S. military that dropped two atomic bombs on Nagasaki and Hiroshima, two non-military targets, when they had no idea how much damage they would cause! This is the same military that dropped tons of lethal chemicals, defoliants and herbicides in Vietnam – sometimes on U.S. forces (friendly fire?).

This is the same military that uses depleted uranium in Iraq and unmanned drones to kill innocent civilians in Afghanistan and Pakistan today. The U.S. is waging proxy and low grade resource wars all around the planet. You get my drift? The U.S. military is capable of unspeakable atrocities.

Let’s not forget the U.S. government’s genocidal policies: giving smallpox laced blankets to the Native Americans, the infamous Tusgekee syphilis experiment. Don’t forget about slavery and the U.S. government standing idly by as thousands of Blacks were lynched and terrorized during the 19th and 20th centuries.

So if you are a student of history or you are half way sane, my HAARP scenario is not far fetched at all. Why has Obama reacted to Haiti just like Bush reacted to Katrina? Why the delay in mobilizing aid?

Why a military response as opposed to a humanitarian one? Why so many obstacles placed in the way of supplies and humanitarian aid given by other countries, just like FEMA erected obstacles to aid from neighboring communities and states and volunteer first responders in New Orleans? Why is the corporate media focusing on the alleged looting and the need for police and security rather than the way native Haitians have pooled together to help one another?

Junious Ricardo Stanton
This is a redo of Katrina. Actually, when you consider the U.S. government’s abysmal response to Hurricane Katrina and the recent Haitian crisis, you have to conclude they are: 1) callous and heartless, 2) totally inept or 3) deliberately engaged in ethnic cleansing and genocide.

I suspect the latter, and one of the reasons is oil. Let us not forget: Haiti has oil! Oil is one of the main components of the American g.o.d.: gold, oil and drugs. They will do anything for their god. The media is now playing up the scramble to help Haiti by Americans as a cover for what really went down and to keep people thinking the earthquake was a “natural disaster” when in fact HAARP created it either deliberately or unintentionally. This is my theory. Like the title of Charles Barkley’s book, “I may be wrong, but I doubt it.”

Junious Ricardo Stanton is a freelance writer and internet radio host on www.harambeeradio.com and can be reached at jrswriter@comcast.net. To read his commentaries regularly, subscribe to the Sons of Afrika listserve at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/SOA/.

Military, scientific and legal experts worldwide question whether 200,000 Haitians were sacrificed for gold and oil

by Mary Ratcliff

Junious Ricardo Stanton is not alone in questioning the cause the Jan. 12 earthquake in Haiti. Significant voices around the world are joining the speculation.

And whether the quake was triggered, either accidentally or intentionally, by human intervention or is a natural disaster ripe for exploitation, the world’s major powers appear to fear sovereign control by Haiti over its vast reserves of oil, gold and other minerals that are only now being widely revealed. Haitian sovereignty, after all, was born in the world’s only successful slave revolution.

Knowing the Haitian people guard their independence as fiercely as ever, world powers don’t want to contend or compete with another Venezuela, an oil-rich country that owes its independence to Haiti’s support for Simon Bolivar. When, on Jan. 25, President Hugo Chavez announced he was forgiving Haiti’s $352 million debt to Venezuela – one third of Haiti’s total debt – he said: “Haiti has no debt with Venezuela. On the contrary, it is Venezuela that has a historic debt with Haiti.”

“The Russian Navy reports that the U.S. created the earthquake in Haiti,” reports Pravda on Jan. 21, “through one of its earthquake weapons.”

Pravda suggests that the earthquake in Eureka, Calif., on Jan. 9 was caused by a U.S. Navy test in the Pacific. And it reports that the Russian Navy has diagrammed a series of quakes “identical in depth and linearly on the same fault” in Venezuela on Jan. 8, Honduras on Jan. 11 and Haiti on Jan. 12 – all at the same 10 km depth.

A Russian Navy report, according to Pravda, notes that “it is ‘more than likely’ that the U.S. Navy had ‘full knowledge’ of the catastrophic damage that this test earthquake could potentially have on Haiti and had pre-positioned its deputy commander of the Southern Command, Gen. P.K. Keen, on the island to oversee aid work if needed.”

“Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez Wednesday accused the United States of causing the destruction in Haiti by testing a ‘tectonic weapon’ to induce the catastrophic earthquake that hit the country last week,” reports Press TV Jan. 21, adding, “President Chavez said the U.S. was ‘playing God’ by testing devices capable of creating eco-type catastrophes.”

“Venezuelan media have reported that the earthquake ‘may be associated with the project called HAARP, a system that can generate violent and unexpected changes in climate,’” according to the Press TV story, which concludes, “Former U.S. Secretary of Defense William Cohen in 1997 expressed concerns over countries engaging ‘in eco-type of terrorism whereby they can alter the climate, set off earthquakes, volcanoes remotely through the use of electromagnetic waves.’”

This map from Eurasian Minerals Inc. shows a “Gold-Silver-Copper Mineralization Belt” running across the island of Hispaniola, shared by Haiti and the Dominican Republic, highlighting major mineral discoveries in Haiti.
In a Jan. 28 email to the Bay View, geoscientist Leuren Moret writes: “The Soviet Union and the U.S. co-developed HAARP during the Cold War,” supposedly “to prevent development of weapons to use against the environment or to use the environment as a weapon.”

“On Jan. 12 Haiti was hit with tectonic warfare by the U.S. from our HAARP facility at Arecibo, Puerto Rico,” Moret asserts.

Why? “Canadian mining companies (tied to City of London bankers) have been mining gold, silver, zinc and copper since 1975 in the Dominican Republic. Now that they have mined and know the estimated yields – $54 billion from just ONE old volcano – they are going for the blood of the Haitians who would not allow mining.

“Three years ago, Eurasian Minerals Inc. bought as much as 20-25 percent of the mining rights in Haiti,” which is shown on its home page as the location of one of its five largest projects. “All of the five projects are located near a HAARP facility. On Dec. 8, 2009, Eurasian Minerals applied to IFC (World Bank) for funding to mine Haiti in a formal proposal.”

Even without a trigger as esoteric as HAARP, human-triggered quakes are well documented. The Wall Street Journal, in a June 25, 2009, story titled “At Fault: Does Drilling Cause Earthquakes?” reported: “The idea that human activity can cause seismic activity is widely accepted in the scientific community. A 2000 paper in the journal Oilfield Review – published by the oilfield services giant Schlumberger Ltd. – noted that the connection between oil production and earthquakes dates back to at least the 1920s, when geologists in South Texas noted faulting near the Goose Creek oil field.”

Both drilling for oil and gas and a technique that involves “injecting water into the ground to fracture rock formations far beneath the surface,” which is also used for accessing renewable geothermal energy, have been blamed, according to the Wall Street Journal. A geothermal project in Switzerland “was shut down in 2006 after [the water injection technique] was blamed for a magnitude 3.4 quake – enough to cause quite a stir in an area not accustomed to temblors.”

“The New York Times reported Wednesday [June 24, 2009] on concerns that a geothermal energy project about to begin near San Francisco could trigger quakes in the seismically active region,” reports Ben Casselman, writer of the Wall Street Journal story. The developer of the San Francisco project says “they’ve improved the method and won’t cause serious quakes. Residents aren’t so sure – one told the Times the project was ‘terrifying.’”

On Jan. 29, attorney Marguerite Laurent of the Haitian Lawyers Leadership Network posted a new story to her website that begins: “I wrote Part 1 of ‘Oil in Haiti as the economic reason for the US/UN occupation back in October 2009. After the earthquake I questioned whether oil drilling could have triggered the earthquake (‘Did mining and oil drilling trigger the Haiti earthquake?’).”

She quotes from a Jan. 26 Bloomberg BusinessWeek story: “Haiti Earthquake May Have Exposed Gas, Aiding Economy”: “The Jan. 12 earthquake was on a fault line that passes near potential gas reserves, said Stephen Pierce, a geologist who worked in the region for 30 years for companies including the former Mobil Corp. The quake may have cracked rock formations along the fault, allowing gas or oil to temporarily seep toward the surface.”

The Bloomberg story cites a 2000 report by the U.S. Geological Survey that estimates “at least 142 million barrels of oil and 159 billion cubic feet of gas” in the Greater Antilles, which include Cuba, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and their offshore waters.

Marguerite Laurent
Laurent writes, “According to Haitian scholar Dr. Georges Michel (in ‘Oil in Haiti‘), the U.S. has known there’s oil and natural gas reserves in Haiti since 1908 and did their explorations in the 1950s and locked up what they found as ‘strategic reserves for the U.S.’ to be tapped when Middle Eastern oil became less available.

“I’ve been writing for years now that the U.S. has been trying to get rid of Haiti’s democratically elected government since 1991 so they could get to ‘their’ strategic reserves without any fear of a populist president nationalizing the oil and gas reserves to benefit the miserably poor majority in Haiti as has been done in Venezuela or elsewhere in Latin America. (See, ‘Haiti is full of oil, say Ginette and Daniel Mathurin,’ where these scientists say there’s more oil in Haiti than in Venezuela.) …

“Don’t fall for this hoax. The powers that be are already drilling and, for years, HLLN has been pointing to the Lavalas white book detailing Haiti’s resources as part of the reason for ousting President Aristide and putting in Haitian puppets to empire. …

“Just yesterday I was called CRAZY for saying Haiti had oil and substantial mineral resources. But today, today, if the white man says it, it must be true! [She’s referring to geologist Stephen Pierce in the Bloomberg story.] Don’t fall for the empire’s latest spin and cleanup job. Two many defenseless people are still dying behind this earthquake and classquake. Too many long-suffering flesh and blood who won’t get rescue, recovery, relief and rebuilding, but the cold steel of military occupation.”

On Jan. 30, in a Global Research story called “The Fateful Geological Prize Called Haiti,” journalist, historian and economic researcher F. William Engdahl describes the behind-the-scenes tug of war between world powers over what oil geologists call a “Super-giant oilfield” in Cuba and reserves in Haiti that may equal or exceed it. “In an interview with a Santo Domingo online paper,” Engdahl writes, “Leopoldo Espaillat Nanita, former head of the Dominican Petroleum Refinery (REFIDOMSA), stated, ‘There is a multinational conspiracy to illegally take the mineral resources of the Haitian people.’ Haiti’s minerals include gold, the valuable strategic metal iridium and oil, apparently lots of it.”

The Lavalas “white book,” “Invest in the People,” compiled under President Arisitide as a catalyst for Haitians to discuss and determine their own development destiny, contains this map detailing the locations of Haiti’s mineral resources.
Under the subheading “Aristide’s development plans,” Engdahl continues: “Marguerite Laurent (‘Ezili Dantò), president of the Haitian Lawyers’ Leadership Network (HLLN), who served as attorney for the deposed Aristide, notes that when Aristide was president – up until his U.S.-backed ouster during the Bush era in 2004 – he had developed and published in book form his national development plans. These plans included, for the first time, a detailed list of known sites where the resources of Haiti were located. The publication of the plan sparked a national debate over Haitian radio and in the media about the future of the country. Aristide’s plan was to implement a public-private partnership to ensure that the development of Haiti’s oil, gold and other valuable resources would benefit the national economy and the broader population, and not merely the five Haitian oligarchic families and their U.S. backers, the so-called Chimeres or gangsters.”

In a footnote at that point, Endahl adds: “The Aristide development plan was contained in the book published in Haiti in 2000, ‘Investir dans l’Human. Livre Blanc de Fanmi Lavalas sous la Direction de Jean-Bertrand Aristide,’ Port-au-Prince, Imprimerie Henri Deschamps, 2000. It contained detailed maps, tables, graphics, and a national development plan for 2004 ‘covering agriculture, environment, commerce and industry, the financial sector, infrastructure, education, culture, health, women’s issues and issues in the public sector.’ In 2004, using NGOs and the U.N. and a vicious propaganda campaign to vilify Aristide, the Bush administration got rid of the elected president.”

‘There is a multinational conspiracy to illegally take the mineral resources of the Haitian people.’ – Leopoldo Espaillat Nanita, former head of the Dominican Petroleum Refinery (REFIDOMSA)

To conclude his story, Engdahl writes that according to Laurent, “under the guise of emergency relief work, the U.S., France and Canada are engaged in a balkanization of the island for future mineral control. She reports rumors that Canada wants the North of Haiti, where Canadian mining interests are already present. The U.S. wants Port-au-Prince and the island of La Gonaive just offshore – an area identified in Aristide’s development book as having vast oil resources, and which is bitterly contested by France. She further states that China, with U.N. veto power over the de facto U.N.-occupied country, may have something to say against such a U.S.-France-Canada carve-up of the vast wealth of the nation.”

VoltaireNet, the non-aligned press network, reports that the swiftness of the U.S. troop deployment to Haiti “can be easily explained since these troops were already pre-positioned in the context of a military exercise. Under the orders of Gen. P.K. Keen, military deputy commander of U.S. Southern Command (USSOUTHCOM), they took part in an exercise simulating a humanitarian operation in Haiti after a hurricane. Keen and his staff had arrived a few days earlier. At the precise moment that the earth shook, they were already sheltered in the U.S. Embassy, built in compliance with anti-earthquake norms.”

Bay View editor Mary Ratcliff can be reached at editor@sfbayview.com or (415) 671-0789.

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50 thoughts on “Are they that sick? Did U.S. weather weapon destroy Haiti?

  1. Nah

    Are you guys just realizing this? Of course they did! And that’s the first thing that came to my mind after reading the headlines on Yahoo that a so-called earthquake hit Haiti. In fact, just a few days prior to the “earthquake,” my uncle and I were discussing how the Haitian people were going to kick MINUSTUH out by next month, and I think they knew that, which is why they did what they did. They blocked Fanmi Lavalas from running in the upcoming election and they knew they would not get away with it.

    Also, the US was tired of hiding behind the UN. The US needed to invade Haiti under a “good cause” in order avoid charges of racism and imperialism. The troops were obviously pre-positioned to go into Haiti.

    The Haitian diaspora and TRUE friends of Haiti (Not the perpetrators that pose as saviors) need to seriously come together and demand questions and also start a grassroots movement, because the target is now black people and they have the perfect puppet, Barack Obama, to carry out the job of re-enslaving us.

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  2. Nah

    ChumCham:

    The only ones who are exploiting the disaster in Haiti are the US and the white saviors who are stealing Haitian babies in the country, a.k.a modern day slavery.

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  3. Anna in Alaska

    I have been trying for years to wake people up to the implications of HAARP and the “convenient” cover story that the whole global warming theory provides for climate warfare testing. There’s more—a lot more. Go to http://www.skywatch.com for info on the Navy Warfare Testing program. Go to “Eastlund”—the website of the company that HAARP creator Bernard J. Eastlund established for a bird’s eye view of not only HAARP but it’s modern stepchild, CIPPA, which the US Navy is deploying and testing right NOW.

    If you care about marine mammals—the last spring the US Navy applied for a permit to “take” 11.7 million marine mammals on the West Coast over the next five years. Check postings about it on the skywatch.com site.

    And yes, our government really IS this sick.

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  4. Marcus Wareing

    Is there no end to the depravity of conspiracy theorists? Exploiting this tragic event for your own politics or deviant entertainment?

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  5. Nah

    Marcus Wareing:

    Just admit that you have not read this and taht you’re afraid to think.

    I bet you would have been the first one to claim infecting the Native Americans with smallpox was a “conspiracy theory.”

    What non-thinking idiots you Americans are.

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  6. Daniel Fierro

    This is a criminal act committed by the UN, US, Canada, Britain and France.
    The world needs to put pressure on the UN to back off, in fact the UN is obsolete, the UN needs to be shut down. Let the NGO’s in to help Haiti, not the US and their military industrial complex evil goals for Rockefeller, Soros and Rothschilds.

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  7. Manuel de Melo Jr

    Utterly ridiculous! After such an article my one recommendation is that you should be in movies. Such an inventive mind should not go to waste. Yes, we can talk about anything we want but such a rumour told a hundred times will always be a rumour and very very farfetched. How can you ever have peace of mind with such a mind?

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  8. Ed

    After what they did on 9/11, nothing would surprise me. We’re also bombarded almost daily with Chemtrails here on the Central Coast of CA so why not. It all makes me sick.

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  9. Jena

    Nikola Tesla was able to cause an earthquake, half way around the world, over 100 years ago. It was an accident during one of his experiments. He was a genius and he is the original inventor of this technology. He wanted it to be used only for good, to supply free power to the whole world and also for protection. The US government stole his papers after his death. They have taken his work and used it for all the wrong things. Awful. I really don’t know how they sleep at night.

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  10. Ray

    Did the USA also keep the Haitians from developing themselves and be one of the poorest countries in the world???come on be realistic.
    Look at any country ruled by a black majority and you have an example of what Haiti suffers from.
    The Haitians were brave enough to fight for it’s independence from the white supremacists but yet not brave enough to fight for it’s own development,properity etc…?

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  11. sean

    HOLY SHIT. H.A.A.R.P. Take away one letter and you have A.A.R.P. Now i see it mannnn. I see it all now. It’s the new world orderag;aerigeoprigheao//////////htho’e’rtaehrgtaerhaeo’rhaergharo/ghiaergmg,.////////////.

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  12. julius

    This is utter hogwash. Yes, the US is almost entirely responsible for the wholesale exploitation of Haiti over the last few centuries – and yes, racism has played a definite role in this history.

    But earthquakes happen ALL THE TIME – what’s more, Port-au-Prince was struck by a very similar quake hundreds of years ago – there is NO solid evidence to suggest that what happened here was anything but a natural catastrophe. To exploit the tragedy for your own pseudo-scientific fetishes is nothing short of sickening.

    What really angers me is that ridiculous conspiracy theories such as this ultimately serve to delegitimize all theories about the role of racism in the international arena. You people are in fact serving white interests by making us look like a bunch of crazies, when, really, the world community (esp. the US) has frequently conspired against blacks. There’s plenty of racism out there – no reason for you idiots to be spouting nonsense such as this.

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  13. Betty Paige

    anyone naive and brainwashed enough NOT to believe this… or even CONSIDER the possibily of it, deserves all that will befall man, at the hands of the vile and wicked ‘elitists’. do your own research and WAKE UP people! soon, it will be too late. – check out the proof of HAARP use just before the China earthquake, recently

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  14. Logic

    Are you kidding me with this?? I do no deny that the US has tried to take over after this tragedy but to provoke an earthquake? We cannot have such technology or tools to work under the earths surface to do a thing this big. Neither can we control the movement of the tectonic plates. Use logic people we know more about the moon’s surface than our own ocean floor. And all your absurd conspiracy theories are nothing but lack of confidence and fear , more like paranoia, that everything is out to get you.

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  15. Nicole

    This is so ludacris that of course it will never, ever seriously be considered as anything other than some radical bullshit. Nobody, this day in age, is mad that Africans overthrew some injust bastards and won some freedom, the same thing that has happened in most countries, inclding when America won its freedom from Great Britain. In fact, I am very glad Africans won their freedom. Black people are now considered equals in this country in everything- politics also. The U.S. is the greatest country in the world, but you don’t want to take advantage of it. The government will pay your entire education, will pay for everything you need to thrive. Yet some radical CRAZY people want to talk about conspiracies against Haiti, black people, and all this nonsense. I am truly sorry for what happened to your people, and if I had lived back then, I have a feeling I would have tried to change some things, and stand up for what’s right. As for most black people in America, I think the are glad to be here and not in Africa, where there is constant war, suffering, starvation, and about a 25% AIDS rate.

    Stop making excuses and realize white people don’t hate you. Stop making stupid shit up. Have you ever been evaluated for paranoid schizophrenia?

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  16. Nicole

    This is black supremacy. There was a lot of white supremacy…..50 years ago. Wake up and realize the U.S. did not steal the papers of some paranoid schizophrenic 100 years and cause earthquakes. Yes, you are all a bunch of crazies. Be proud that you are black and of your heritage, but don’t be a bunch of paranoid ididots…..

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  17. Christopher

    It’s a lot easier to blame other people for your race’s shortcomings rather than looking into the mirror isn’t it?? Since the civil rights movement was born and black people were afforded equal rights, it’s never been good enough. If something wrong happens in the world, white people are to blame no matter how ludicrous it is. Even with a black President, you STILL find a way to claim it was the fault of the white man. That is what we call “reaching” ….or alternative, we also call that a “lack of responsibility”.

    Why a lack of responsibility?? Simply put, there are a lot of black people out there who are lazy and feeling sorry for themselves. That’s just how it is. YOU are to blame for your own shortcomings. Affirmative action policies that I have seen firsthand in workplaces have made it even easier for black people to get jobs. Yet, you STILL claim that the white man is doing everything in his power to hold you down.

    If only more of you were like Bill Cosby and about taking that responsibility to better your community, you’d be much better. The finger you point at white people should be inverted. It never will be though, because it’s always easier to look for a scapegoat when things go wrong. Taking blame means having to admit that you haven’t done all you can to achieve your goals. So you go out the easier route, which is taking advantage of many white people’s kindness in regards to this issue and blaming them.

    Well, I’m one white person who won’t take it. And I’m happy to report that most white people I know are like me. They’re through with your constant whining and bellyaching. So do yourself a favor and stop spreading around such propaganda that allows the “woe is me” black crowd to further sit around and mope about how they are unable to get anywhere because of the big, bad white man. You’re a disservice to your race, and YOU as the writer are the person holding them down.

    If anybody has a complaint/comment, Email me at nodak79@Hotmail.com. Thanks.

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  18. Laura

    This is the most rediculous idea I’ve heard since religion. These kind of IDIOTIC ideas are what holds our country back. The poor pitiful me, I have black skin, excuse. Be happy your black and make yourself better to prove everyone wrong. Instead of doing that you’re giving even more ignorant racists a better ground to argue the reason they hate blacks even more. This is stupid. If a black person randomly tripped on the street, you would find a way to make it the big bad white person’s fault. Grow up and quite whining. IDIOT!

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  19. Maria

    The fact that an earthquake happened during one of Teslas experiments doesn’t mean he caused it. Hundreds upon hundreds of earthquakes happen every day and have since the earth was created.

    Most are not felt by people. Get a grip on real reality and uncover your eyes from the bad sci-fi reality you wish existed because then you could explain away the misery in the world with a sweeping brush stroke. But it can’t be explained away so simply, live with and accept that the chaos of life sucks, sometimes it sucks a LOT. And it sucks because it is. There is no grand conspiracy to explain away every natural disaster and tragedy no matter how hard you wish and write.

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  20. EvilWhiteOilCreeper.

    You people, oh yes, I said it, hold down your own race by blaming anyone you can (mainly the white folk, and our magical racist powers) to avoid taking responsibility. You make yourselves look bad, you hold onto what the ‘white man’ used to think about you, and keep the image alive and well instead of creating a new one. Stop using the skin colour as a crutch, and feeding off of the pity gravy train from slavery. If you were all so much better than us, you’d take advantage of what you were given and prove us big bad whities wrong.

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  21. Medsanyone?

    I think you all are sick. Everyone who still believes in races. you know what I see when I look in the mirror? I am proud to be a multi-racial female who works hard for everything she gets. I do not take sides nor do I care to read any farther on this cause. All I can say is that maybe we should all go blind so that we may live in peace.

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  22. Suzi

    I believe the survivors of the earthquake are the victims because they have to live the way they do. Look at what a nation ruled by black people has become…why would any one want to live there with all the crap they have to put up with..its one of the worst contries in the world, and God probaly had a reason to make an earthquake strike there. They need to change their ways instead of being wastes of lives..

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  23. Ashley

    You have got to be kidding! How thick headed do you have to be to actually blame white people for such a horrible disaster? It is so racist! Racism in this country is so bad and its shit like that that is making worse! How dare you exploit a disaster like that for your own personal gain? Whites may have done a lot of bad things but accusing off of changing the weather just so we could kill off blacks? That is just

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  24. Nicole

    To Nah:
    The “U.S. and white saviors” are taking these children to a safe place, a safe country where they will be cared for and adopted into a wonderful home. Or they could stay in Haiti and starve. Even if the earthquake in Haiti had not happened, it is not fit for anyone, much less children. Or they could stay and die of AIDS at a very young age. Or be used for sex slaves, or just plain be hungry and be forced to steal what little amenities they do get. Let’s see….a loving family, good food, clean clothes, a college education OR extreme poverty, suffering, crime, murder…..if I was a child I know what I’d choose. So don’t comment bc you don’t know what you are talking about. IDIOT

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  25. mk

    what has happened is nothing new to us cos we always knew that America which we consider the modern day pharoah is engaging in policing the world and they are doing it with devastating consequences examples such as 911,south east asian tsunami,iran earthquake,afghan earthquakes and most recent haiti earthquake.these godless hoodlums do not know that eternal hell is awaiting them!!!! so keep going on doing evil and but always remember that the one above will finally have the last say!!!!!

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  26. John Mulligan

    Not only do white people have the power to manipulate the weather and the earth’s crust, we can also use mind control to force black people to continue to support ridiculous claims such as Mumia’s innocence. Our influence and control is quite limitless. Want some more crack?

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  27. Janet

    Do any of you realize that whites are the minority in the US? Do any of you realize if they had any target to really hurt with some weapon of mass destruction that would cause an earthquake it would be the middle east and not Haiti since there is nothing there they care about. Oh, some oil but the middle east has more and the war has been going on how long and has been promised to end how many times? You are just going along with the rest of the world and blaming the US for everything that happens when it suits you and not looking at the fact that earthquakes are extremely natural Get off your cross and join the rest of us in reality.

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  28. Sceptic.

    Yes!! At least Alien/human hybrids are going to take over the world in 2012 and rid the planet of the monstrosity we call mankind!! Thank G.O.D.!

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  29. Nah

    Nicole:

    Shut up. You’re nothing but a mindslave. I bet you also thought Haiti was a lawless country until yesterday when those slave traders attempted to steal those children.

    MILLIONS of people are starving in the US.Thousands of people are living in tents in woods and outside of shopping centers. Every other person is in foreclosure, and there are no jobs left here. Your paradise is BROKE and is a credit whore of China.

    By the way, the leader of the “missionary” is in deep doo dofor cheating several of her workers (unpaid wages…tsk, tsk) and her property in Idaho was recently foreclosed upon.

    http://www.idahostatesman.com/newsupdates/story/1067267.html

    Perhaps she was going to sell those kids in the Dominican Republic to pay her bills.

    There’s NO excuse for someone who steals 33 children. NOTHING.

    By the way, it’s not “white people,” it’s the GOVERNMENT. There’s a difference.

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  30. Lisa K

    Things that make you go “hmmmm” I see so many odd things about these Haiti quakes. And 13 in 2 days? And all at the same depth, 10km, and the same coordinates.
    People might have just ignored this stuff for too long to be able to stop them now. To bad you laughed when we “theorized” our conspiracies. Remember, “Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they’re not out to get you”

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  31. Ray

    I just hope the bright black people invent whatever means or something to counter this white terrible world,and then they will be the first to arrive, to help their black brothers when these natural disasters happen,and will open their purses to help the black poor people all over the world who struggle aginst famine,disease etc…i hope to see many black faces of rescueing teams whenever there are earth quakes,tsunamis etc…

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  32. wake up

    its funny to see how many times the word IDIOT is used in these remarks. there are many good points made yet many people are still claiming it be paranoia and conspiracy.

    after the examples that the US govt has shown us historically around the world…what makes you think that they have any good wishes for humanity.

    slavery and oppression have been the foundation for a long long time….no? the reason that we live so comfortably and can afford the luxury of becoming a fat, no, obese society, is that the US govt is exploiting poor and defenseless people around the world. no? sweatshops? is anyone trying to stop this? is anyone complaining because we can eat for so cheap and buy shoes and jeans for so little…?

    remember – we are founded on slavery which enabled the cotton, tobacco, booze, etc industries to thrive and give us a good start here in the states.

    HAARP is a real piece of evil technology, why not test it on poor areas where the US has something to gain – population and resource control.

    if you doubt this – how can you explain the lack of humanitarian aid in places like Haiti and New Orleans? relief efforts are constantly antagonized, even criminalized.

    also – the energy output levels of the HAARP device totally spiked on the day of the Haiti earthquake. coincidence? a fool may say yes…

    pray for peace and an end to the corruption and confusion that our world powers are suffering from.

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  33. Junious Ricardo Stanton

    The ahistorical and apolitical doubters who have made comments here certainly have a right to their opinions and they can choose to remain unaware regrading the resident evil that is AmeriKKKa. Philosopher and essayist George Santayana said, “Those who fail to learn the lessons of history are doomed to relive them.” Unfortunately far too many citizens refuse to be open minded about this nation’s wickedness and it will come back to haunt them, just like it did to the Germans during Hitler’s rein.
    The current US economic crisis is deliberate and the perpetrators are counting on the gullibility, ignorance and cowardice of the masses to allow them to loot this country bare. For those willing to see for themselves a smidgen of the psychopathic agenda of the ruling elites and their puppets, go to http://www.newworldorderreport.com/Articles/tabid/266/ID/980/33-Conspiracy-Theories-That-Turned-Out-To-Be-True-What-Every-Person-Should-Know.aspx, see for yourself then extrapolate what people this sick could do with technology like H.A.A.R.P.
    The people blaming the Haitians and blacks in general for our condition are just as sick as those causing the havock around the world in the name of “freedom, domocracy and open market capitalism” because they refuse to open their eyes to see the truth. There are none so blind as those who won’t see.
    JRS

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  34. lelia

    I am so sure the nasty comments being left here. Suppose these people would like to hear from someone “white,” if so, try visiting http://www.prisonplanet.com or visit alex jones website and you’ll see, they have been saying the same thing – that these machines caused this.

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  35. lelia

    Here is something that have puzzled me, last year in L.A. street water mains were bursting in rapid succession. It was really weird that so many pipes were bursting, my aunt and I talked about how weird this was. Sometimes 3-4 a week. Then I later found that this happened in some states, as well in Cayman Islands. Notice Cayman Islands had an earthquake the same week of the Haiti quake, or a week after. So when the article talks about injecting water under rock formations, this just makes me wonder.

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  36. Chaler

    I support this idea since i heard from Hugo Chavez. I kept in mind this idea. Later the Chile’s earthquake which lead to the conclusion that the US want to invade this country for “good cause” to then get some cooper for free. Chile have 1/3 part of cooper in the world.

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  37. SRV II

    Since when is an earthquake, and resulting consequences whether related? The author is a rumor and conspiracy freak if he believes the US can control weather, let alone the massive plate techtonics involved in forming an earthquake.
    The two are two completely different types of happenstance.
    Is this the same guy who wrote that the Air Force was drugging us with the white streaks that airplane wing tips leave as the fly through moist air at high speeds? Most likely.

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  38. SRV II

    Since when is an earthquake, and resulting consequences whether related? The author is a rumor and conspiracy freak if he believes the US can control weather, let alone the massive plate techtonics involved in forming an earthquake.

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  39. vntta

    Not only haiti, but other place in the earth also get the same earthquake-strike,
    like the earthquake in the Indian Ocean in 2004, cause many deads to countries:
    Indonesia, Thai Lan, Sri lan ka, India, Maldives, Malaysia… And these earthquakes are considered to be made by Human.

    The Nargis storm in Myanma (southeast asia) is another disaster that created by human (US)
    Most of these country are not followed or oppose to the US gorverment.

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      1. actor

        i thinke any person of yours doesnt know anything about earthquike waves so you say accitement opinions,all of us know US is a killer but this opinion is completely mistake

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  40. Larry

    I was going to write something, but the people before me have said what I feel. I am not a color, I am not a race. I am a human being trying to unite us all by being a better me. The only people I want to get even with are those that did something good for me.

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  41. Kay

    The author may be on to something. Wikileaks and Haiti Liberte [a Haitien newspaper] have uncovered evidence to support the idea that the US has been trying to sabotage Haiti. The name of the article is "New WikiLeaked Cables Reveal How Washington and Big Oil Fought PetroCaribe in Haiti."

    Here is the link: http://www.haiti-liberte.com/archives/volume4-46/

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