Monday, January 25, 2010
Please Say It Ain't So!
In case no one noticed Haiti is being invaded not helped. The people in Haiti are dying; some of minor injuries such as cuts, a broken arm or leg where infections have been allowed to set in because of no antibiotics. Others are dying a slow death because of starvation and thirst. And those who are left will more than likely be sent to GITMO. At least that is what appears to be happening. There are many questions that all decent Americans should be asking. Or at least give them some careful thought and consideration.
Have you noticed that the coverage on CNN on the Haitian rescue has been reruns since the question was asked why hasn’t the aid been reaching the Haitian people? Why are they showing reruns instead of up-to-date coverage of the situation over in Haiti? And why are soldiers that were being sent to Afghan all of a sudden being deployed to Haiti? What is the need for the amount of military forces being sent since violence is sporadic and not a huge issue? Not only that, majorities of the people is probably weak from injuries or hunger and thirst so they don’t propose any real threat. Was Katrina used for practice?
When is the last time the President of Haiti has made a public appearance or seen in an interview on the news or making public statements to his people? It’s almost as if he is non-existent? This is unusual for any country that has had a disaster that caused as much devastation as the one in Haiti.
In addition, there have been some concerns about child trafficking brought up and some of the children taken that might not be orphans, their parents might be still be alive, and some may have been separated from their parents? Also, it was mentioned that the orphanage was broken into and for what reason was not mentioned. It seems there is quite a bit of troubling actions regarding quick adoptions and child trafficking.
Something else that I read that was disturbing was this. We have other countries accusing the US and UN of invasion and Hugo Chavez accusing the US of causing the earthquake with some type of weapon. At first, I said to myself, Chavez is losing it, but then I read it somewhere else. So, I decided to pay a visit to HAARP’s Web Site and read something that made me think Chavez might know what he is talking about and might not be losing it. Lord knows I hope this is not true.
“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.” ~~HAARP~~
Our history reeks of colonization since Christopher Columbus opened the door during his so-called discovery myths that were nothing more than thievery on a large scale, mass murder sprees, and enslavement of human beings labeled exploration expeditions. What is bizarre is that "Columbus Day" is celebrated as an American holiday. Why we celebrate Columbus as some type of hero who in my opinion makes Charles Manson look like a choir boy compared to the atrocies Columbus committed against humanity is beyond me and unbelievable.
The same old excuses are used to justify invasion of other countries. It’s a European tradition you might say that has trickled on down into America’s policies and history. Myths are started about no organized government, poor leadership, corruption, uncivilization, and of course savages (criminal element). Of course, the religious folks are sent under the pretense of bringing light to those poor old lost folks. So you see there is nothing new there. Nope, not at all, it is the same old system used to bring a country under the tent of colonization time and time again.
But why Haiti and what would America want in a place as poor as Haiti? Haiti is a poor country, the people are poor. The Haitians are poor that is true. However, how do you expect Haitians to prosper considering what the US and France and Canada has done to bring them to a destitute state and keep them there. Yet and still, the people might be poor but apparently their country is loaded with a natural mineral—gold, and oil. The only time America considers colonization is when there is something of value that they need and want even if it doesn’t belong to them.
Our own history tells us that when they took the land from the Native Americans, the first step they took was annihilating the Native Americans; second step was taking possession of their land. Blankets with smallpox were used, military force, and last but not least the good old switcheroo in ownership of the land through laws slanted in their favor called treaties. Although, not through treaties, Japanese-Americans lost possession of their, personal property, homes and land in similar ways through our laws, so did the Mexicans, Africans, and other countries. But always, at the root of invasions of other countries is that they what America wants and are in need of such as land, oil, and valuable, natural minerals.
The people in Haiti are a friendly and proud people. They have suffered more than most humans could ever imagine and yet it has not dampened their spirit or their faith. I would hate to think that our country would do something as cruel to other human beings in a tragedy such as this and need help even though our history tells me different. Nevertheless, right now it is not looking too good for Haiti. The Haitians need sincere help not invasion in the disguise of help.