Thursday, July 21, 2016

Clinton Foundation Failed Haiti

Post-Earthquake In Haiti, 2010

The Clinton's Were In Charge Of Rebuilding Haiti

Back in 2010, a massive 7.0 earthquake devastated Haiti and approximately 250,000 lives were lost. 100,000 homes were reduced to rubble and homelessness skyrocketed. Famine and illness flooded the population and the situation was desperate.

When the news hit the headlines, the Clinton's were wringing their hands and their Machiavellian instinct kicked in. When all tallied, philanthropic groups such as The Salvation Army and The Red Cross contributed $10.5 billion to help the Haitian people and the Clinton's were all over it.

The Clinton Foundation oversaw the aid and how it was distributed. They proclaimed that they built 130,000 homes, but no one can find them. A total of six homes were built by 2015. $500 million is unaccounted for as of the same year. Bill Clinton's people said that they have helped 4.5 million people get back on their feet. The problem; former Haiti president Jean-Max Bellerive said that much less than 4.5 people were affected.

He went on to say, "No, no, not possible. We don't have that population in the area affected by the earthquake... You know, 4.5 million is 100 percent of the urban area in 2010. One hundred percent. It would mean they would have served the entire city of Haiti."

In the following years, very little has been accomplished in helping the already impoverished citizenry. Most projects were conducted through The Clinton Foundation. They oversaw the construction of lavish hotels and industrial parks. These were opulent projects that did not help the poor. Port-Au-prince was supposed to be fully rebuilt, but this did not come to fruition.

Bill Clinton had this to say in an interview: “Wouldn’t it be great if they become the first wireless nation in the world? They could, I’m telling you, they really could.”

At first, the Clinton's were given the benefit of the doubt. Bill would tell the media that the cavalry was on its way. However, just like in Benghazi, the help never came. Bill Clinton was the UN representative for aid to Haiti. Contemporaneously, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was in charge of allotting funds for the aid of Haiti. The duo were smack-dab in the center of billions of dollars and the malfeasance ensued.

Clinton Foundation Cronyism

Soon the Haitian people noticed that a peculiar pattern had developed. Most, if not all of the rebuilding contracts were awarded to companies – American companies – that had donated large sums of money to The Clinton Foundation. Normally, the UN demands that these jobs go up for bidding and the one with the lowest coast, while maintaining proper requirements to perform the work, should be awarded the job. This never happened.

Some contracts were given to multi-billionaire Warren Buffet's 'Clayton Homes'. Buffet had donated millions to The Clinton Foundation over the years. Clayton claimed that they would build hurricane-proof trailers that would serve as temporary shelters. These shelters were built on-the-cheap and they were falling apart in a short period of time. These homes have since been abandoned and considered uninhabitable.

The Clinton's funneled money via federal loans to a firm called Inno Vida. This firm is run by Claudio Osorio, who is a long-time donor to The Clinton Foundation. Claudio hired Clinton cronies to be on his board of directors. Among them are General Wesley Clark, Jonathan Mantz (Hillary's 2008 finance director), and Democrat fundraiser Kris Corge, Corge has raised millions for the Clinton team.

Bill Sees A Woman

Clinton Foundation Failed Haiti

These government loans often take months or years to be confirmed, but this one had the backing of the Clinton's and the money was released expeditiously.

A government official justified the loan by stating, “Former President Bill Clinton is personally in contact with the company to organize its logistical and support needs. And as Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton has made available State Department resources to assist with logistical arrangements.”

Dhoud Andre of the Committee Against Dictatorship in Haiti said that the Clinton Foundation failed Haiti: We are telling the world of the crimes that Bill and Hillary Clinton are responsible for in Haiti... And we are telling the American people that the over 32,000 emails that Hillary Clinton said she deleted have evidence of the crimes they have committed.”

Clinton Foundation Corrupt Payoffs

Hillary Clinton proclaims that she has been and will continue to fight for gays, women, Black Lives Matter, and the LGBT community. Bill and Hillary's 'Clinton Foundation' has accepted donations from rogue countries that punish – and sometimes put to death – homosexuals. Gay rights activists know it, but they do not utter one complaint.

Countries the Clinton Foundation accepted cash from and the amount donated. Why would these countries donate money to an American foundation?

Algeria: ($250,000-$500,000) Algerian law: "Anyone guilty of a homosexual act is punishable with imprisonment.”
Brunei: ($1 million-$5 million) Brunei's penal code: "Whoever voluntarily has carnal intercourse against the order of nature with any man, woman, or animal, shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to 10 years."
Jamaica: ($50,000-$100,000) Gay men caught having sex face up to 10 years in prison.
Kuwait: ($5 million-$10 million) Kuwaiti law: "Consensual intercourse between men of full age (from the age of 21) shall be punishable with a term of imprisonment of up to seven years."
Oman: ($1 million-$5 million) Their law: "Anyone who commits erotic acts with a person of the same sex shall be sentenced to imprisonment from six months to three years."
Qatar: ($1 million-$5 million) Sentences for acts of homosexuality range from one to seven years in prison.
Saudi Arabia: ($10 million-$25 million) Islamic law in Saudi Arabia enforces penalties for homosexual sex, ranging from public flogging to death. For a non-Muslim who commits sodomy with a Muslim, the penalty is death by stoning.
United Arab Emirates: ($1 million-$5 million) Emirati law: "All sexual acts outside of heterosexual marriage are banned in the United Arab Emirates."
It's outrageous that, in 2015, you can still be fired for being gay... You can still lose your home for being gay. You can even be denied a wedding cake for being gay." -- Hillary Clinton to Human Rights Campaign in an October 2015 speech.

Women Are Treated Horribly In These Countries

Human Rights Watch tracks how women are treated in these countries. In Saudi Arabia, a woman needs “male guardian” approval on everything from obtaining a passport to seeking higher education. They also have no divorce rights.

The same male approval is needed for marriage in the United Arab Emirates, plus laws there also allow a husband to assault his wife and children. 

In Qatar, marital rape is permitted. Women need a male guardian to approve a marriage contract, and one law specifies that a wife must obey her husband.

And in Oman, Human Rights Watch notes that while there is a nondiscrimination law, women still face discrimination when it comes to domestic issues such as child custody and divorce.

The poor treatment of women, gays, and lesbians runs rampant throughout the Middle East. Hillary turns a blind eye to them and the donations are gladly accepted.

How would the Clinton's benefit from their foundation's money? Simple. When they fly to Russia, Germany, or any country to give a fundraiser speech – and they are paid for the speech – all accommodations and travel are paid for by the foundation. Hillary wrote in her book that she and Bill left the Whiter House dead broke. The Clinton Foundation failed Haiti, millions of dollars are missing, and the Clinton's are now worth over $200 million. Only in America...


*Hillary coerced the 2010 presidential election in Haiti. Dr. Mirlande Manigat was poised to be the first female president in Haiti. That is, until she criticized the Clinton's because of the lack of progress. When Hillary heard of this, she was antithetical and told the Haitian president to force her to drop out of the race or the U.S. cash flow would end. And so it was done. Her man was in and today, Haiti is still in shambles. This is just another Hillary Clinton foreign policy failure.

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