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 WIPIP-E-mail HILLARY yo ap devwale kouman yo te VOLO ELEKSYON 2010 yo

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MessageSujet: WIPIP-E-mail HILLARY yo ap devwale kouman yo te VOLO ELEKSYON 2010 yo   Sam 3 Oct 2015 - 7:01

Yo di yo jwenn 347 e-mail lan "file" HILLARY yo sou ki jan yo te volo ELEKSYON 2010 yo.
Neg ki ekri ATIK lan di ke genyen toujou e se pou yo jwenn yo lan FOIA (FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT) e pa nenpot lot mannye .
Se pou we sa ETAZINI te panse de KONSEY ELEKTORAL lan.DEPATMAN DETA di ke se yon KLIK ki panse menm jan ,ki pa konnen anyen lan anyen e ki fasilaman manipilab.
Eske se sa JOHN KERRY konnen ki fe l ap vini ann AYITI;pou yo pa pale de li menm jan y ap pale de HILLARY?

ATIK sa a se sou HUFFINGTON POST ,se pa sou nenpot JOUNAL ELEKTRONIK deye manman


What Are We Missing About Haiti in the Hillary Emails?


Posted:  09/14/2015 5:31 pm EDT    Updated:  09/14/2015 7:59 pm EDT  
 
 

The Fourth Estate is in foreclosure. The "who, what, where, when, and why" of traditional coverage is missing. A thorough analysis of what is redacted or completely missing in the Clinton emails is not forthcoming, and the real scandal resides in politically motivated reporting. It is time that the press wipe themselves clean of political bias and stop shouting about the paper tiger of wiped servers. To steal a quote from Hillary at the initial Benghazi hearing, "What difference does it make?"

The truth is that no one will ever be privy to the complete correspondences, but there is more than enough information available to discuss how the United States conducts corrupt foreign policy in Haiti. Even if a Freedom of Information Request (FOIA) were submitted to obtain every last email on the official State Department server during Secretary Clinton's term, most would not see the light of day. Clinton's staff, under the direction of Cheryl Mills, was known for blocking the release of what they deemed "politically sensitive" documents requested under the FOIA law.

I mention Haiti because, after spending a significant amount of time there post-earthquake, I have come to understand that corruption has been a part of our foreign policy for hundreds of years. I am not a Haiti expert, but I have seen firsthand the malfeasance of USAID, NGOs, the United Nations, foreign church groups, and international banking institutions.

Imagine placing printouts of the available 307 Haiti emails end to end. Give it one twist and tape the ends together. You now have a Mobius Strip with no beginning, no end, and only one surface.

It is our fault and our fault alone if we assume a kind of fake innocence that the truth is unavailable or too confusing to pursue. Orientation and interpretation on this infernal Mobius construct depend upon perspective, but we need more than whining fake innocence to justify jettisoning critical thinking.

There is a timeline available to us. It is documented by the Center for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), the Haitian press, by former OAS Ambassador Ricardo Seitenfus, and others. This timeline provides the framework to examine what happened in Haiti in 2010. There is so much more than the "gotcha" moment provided by the Chelsea Clinton email to her parents about policy failures after the January 2010 7.0 earthquake.

In 2010, Haiti faced the triple whammy of an apocalyptic earthquake, a cholera epidemic courtesy of the United Nations, and an election cover-up orchestrated while a good portion of the population was still homeless. Three-hundred-and-seven emails would barely cover it.

According to Ricardo Seitenfus in his book, International Crossroads and Failures in Haiti (L`echec de l`aide internationale a Haiti: Dilemmes et egarements), in April 2009, the State Department, under the leadership of Hillary Clinton, "had decided to completely change the U.S. cooperation strategy with Haiti." In case you don't know, Seitenfus was fired from his OAS position in December 2010 for telling the truth to the Swiss newspaper Le Temps about Cholera, NGOs, and a rigged election. His tell-all book lays out a doctrine of intervention.

"Apparently tired with the lack of concrete results, Hillary connected the actions of her government to the smart power doctrine proposed by the Clinton Foundation. From that moment on, the solutions would be based solely on evidence. The idea, according to Cheryl Mills, Hillary's Chief of Staff, was that if we're putting in the assistance, we need to know what the outcomes are going to be." See also "How the World Failed Haiti."

Now, connect Cheryl Mills' Haiti Doctrine of orchestrated outcomes with a June 16, 2009 Wiki-Leaks cable, "Deconstructing Preval." "Managing Preval will remain challenging during the remainder of his term yet doing so is key to our success and that of Haiti."

The January 2010 earthquake became the "long-awaited opportunity to test this new policy," Seitenfus says.

Most of the emails discuss the earthquake, and a few mention the emerging cholera epidemic. Two of the "cholera" emails discuss Sarah Palin's upcoming visit to Haiti, one is an AP report about "Cholera fears sparking an anti-clinic protest in Haiti," sent via Huma Abedin to Hillary, another is a Reuters report quoting President Rene Preval confirming the outbreak and, one is a press highlight detailing Nepal's denial that Nepalese soldiers introduced cholera into Haiti by routing raw sewage into the Mirebalais River.

Can it be that only five emails mentioned cholera in the initial stages of an epidemic that would eventually kill 8,972 people and sicken 745,588 since October 2010 (July 2015 numbers).

The lack of emails discussing the November 2010 elections is noteworthy. The search parameter "Martelly" returns one result. An email from Cheryl Mills to Hillary Clinton includes an overnight brief from December 8, 2010.


Announced results conflicted with the EU-backed National Observation Council's preliminary reports that Michel Martelly led government-backed candidate Jude Celestin in the vote, media report. Embassy Portau-Prince reports civil society representatives took care in announcing early findings, but the information was reported locally as hard fact.



The same email thread has Cheryl Mills providing the unacceptable Haitian CEP results to Hillary. These results would soon change.


This is the statement we released late last night. Election results order Manigault, Celestin, Martielly. May be good to have Tom Adams give you a quick update today.



The original State Department "announced results" were compiled by the CEP, the Haitian Haiti's Provisional Electoral Council (CEP). They had Jude Celestin in the runoff and Martelly was out of the next round.

The international observers (CNO) came up with a different outcome. An analysis and timeline can be found here at the Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR) website.

In a heavily redacted email (Case No. F-2014-20439 Doc No. C05777664) on Tuesday December 7, 2010, Cheryl Mills instructs a staffer to "print the traffic" on a draft embassy statement that discusses something the "tabulation center" did not show.

The final draft email of the embassy statement (Case No. F-2014-20439 Doc No. C05777696), from Cheryl Mills to Hillary, had all the necessary diplomatic ducks in a row to get Martelly into the runoff.


Like others, the Government of the United States is concerned by the Provisional Electoral Council's announcement of results from the November 28 national elections that are inconsistent with the published results of the National Election Observation Council (CNO)



The "tabulations" of the CEP, tabulations that the State Department announced, were now officially thrown into question.

OAS Ambassador Seitenfus has an explosive charge.


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Ballot boxes to bread boxes (Photo: Nienaber Feb. 2011)


The will of the Haitian voter, however, was irrelevant. In this plot, the CNO played a central role in the strategy of electoral sabotage implemented by the international community in the November 2010 elections in Haiti. Choosing the CNO was not because of its expertise, since it had none. In fact, the Council is a union of various purportedly civil society organizations, which in reality form an array of opposition to the government.



In an article published in the Haiti Sentinel, an article that has since been scrubbed from the Internet except in cached form, CEP President Pierre Louis Opont says "that as director general he gave the official recount results to the international observers. He says that Cheryl Mills, the Chief of State for Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and the observers from the Organization of American States then gave results different then what were passed to them."

The American press has not yet investigated this claim.

The end result was that musician Michel Martelly was declared president-elect after receiving the votes of less than 17 percent of the electorate in the March 2011 second round.

Is it fair to pin all of the blame on Hillary Rodham Clinton when secrecy, duplicity and arrogance have been part of the U.S. policy toward Haiti at least since December 17, 1914 when Citigroup (now Citibank) stole Haiti's gold reserves? Marines descended upon Haiti to transport a half million dollars in gold to the Wall Street vaults of the National City Bank of New York.

And we've hardly seen anything yet. Or maybe, we have seen it all before.

The following quote is taken from Senate hearings that took place from October 4 to November 16, 1921. The Government Printing Office published the official record of the proceedings.

"From 1804 to 1915 Haiti was a sovereign state under a republican form of government. She won her independence from France in 1804. She was deprived of it in 1915 by the United States. Since then we have been in virtual control of her territory, our marines have been in military occupation of the country, and the former republic has been stripped by us of every vestige of her sovereignty."

There is no beginning and no end to the continuing rape of Haiti by just about everyone.



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MessageSujet: Re: WIPIP-E-mail HILLARY yo ap devwale kouman yo te VOLO ELEKSYON 2010 yo   Sam 3 Oct 2015 - 8:11

Lan ATIK sa a JOUNALIS lan di se pou yo veye sa KENNETH MERTEN ap di e sa l ap di se pou NIL e non AVNI paske li te PATISIPE lan VOLO ELEKSYON 2011 yo.

Nou we ke misye konkli pou l di ;eske se TWOUP AMERIKEN ke KENNETH MERTEN ap prepare pou l voye?
Ak MIZE k ap tarode PEP AYISYEN jounen Jodi an ;yo ka pa pre pou yo aksepte yon hold-up ELEKTORAL anko!


Obama Sends Merten Back to Haiti as New Election Crisis Looms


Posted: 09/27/2015 5:23 pm EDT Updated: 09/27/2015 5:59 pm EDT


U. S. Presidents will sometimes scheme to preserve a legacy, but the media is strangely silent on the Obama administration's latest move in Haiti. With little fanfare from our shores, Kenneth Merten was appointed as the Haiti Special Coordinator in August 2015. Merten served as the United States Ambassador to Haiti from 2009 to July 2012. Why President Obama and John Kerry would want to return Merten to Haiti is anyone's guess, since his tenure as Ambassador did little to lift Haiti from the hell of the 2010 earthquake or the corruption that followed.

During Merten's time in Haiti, the country also faced allegations of a rigged Presidential election and misappropriation of earthquake relief funds. The U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs attributed some of the most egregious waste to USAID in blistering testimony: "Haiti: Is U.S. Aid Effective?" Included is a Government Accountability Office (GAO) analysis of failures at the Caracol Industrial Park development, and other "programs that have been slowly implemented, more costly than planned, and of questionably lasting impact." Caracol is the creation of Hillary Clinton, her former chief of staff Cheryl Mills, and the Clinton Foundation.

Now, Merten returns to Haiti in the middle of another election crisis and an 18 percent August voter turn-out, which some observers think might be closer to 4-5 percent. The country's Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) has not yet released the final results from the August 9 legislative elections. The official website lists the population of each Department (similar to a province) and the number of votes cast, but no vote count by political party. The Haitian press has released "preliminary" results, but these have not been officially confirmed.

Last week, fifty of the more than 120 political parties and groups registered with the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) attended a meeting to determine why the CEP had not yet released a final vote tally. The meeting turned into a heckling fest, with attendees calling for the ouster of CEP President Pierre Louis Opont. According to a source with knowledge of the meeting, Opont has lost all credibility.

Merten is a predictable choice to defend U.S. interests in the Haiti Parliamentary elections, since he was Ambassador to Haiti during the 2010-11 Haiti Presidential election cycle that installed musician "Sweet Mickey" Martelly. Results obtained by the CEP and the European Union-backed National Observation Council's (CNO) were switched, removing Jude Celestin from the runoff and advancing Martelly. It was essential to US interests that Martelly, and not Celestin, participate in the runoff.

In July 2015 CEP President Pierre Louis Opont said that the Unites States rigged the 2010 elections. As director general, Opont gave the official recount results to the international observers. He charged that Cheryl Mills, the Chief of State for Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and the observers from the Organization of American States (OAS) then gave results different than what were passed to them. People are angry that Opont did not speak up at that time and fear that he may once again be functioning as a puppet of the United States until "satisfactory" election results are obtained.


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Election posters in October 2010, Port-Au-Prince (Photo Nienaber)

The release of emails from Hillary Clinton's private email server lends credence to Opont's story about 2010.

An email thread between Hillary Clinton and her Chief of Staff Cheryl Mills (Case No. F-2014-20439 Doc No. C05777664) was copied to Merten. In it, the Secretary of State participated in a heavily redacted discussion of a draft statement by the State Department on the elections. It appears that a defense was crafted that explained why the initial results released by the State Department were changed.


This is the statement we released late last night. Election results order Manigault, Celestin, Martielly (sic). May be good to have Tom Adams give you a quick update today.



In the email thread, on Tuesday December 7, 2010, Cheryl Mills instructs a staffer to "print the traffic" on a draft embassy statement that discusses something the "tabulation center" did not show in their first statement which quoted the CEP tabulations.

Current events are echoing the 2010 Presidential election under Merten's tenure while Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State. Describing the August 2015 polling, the Miami Herald said, "Around the country, polling stations were attacked and ballots were stuffed after candidates and their partisans thought they were losing. Polls also opened late and political parties had problems getting credentials for their observers."

Haiti has been desperately seeking fair and credible elections since her formation, but
meddling in elections has been a part of U.S. policy towards Haiti since at least 1915. At that time, forces opposed to his close ties with the United States assassinated Haitian President Vilbrun Guillaume Sam. Sam had ordered his predecessor Oreste Zamor and 160 or so of his allies executed in Port-au-Prince.

U.S. Marines then took over the harbors in what amounted to a military invasion. The Haitian legislature was in session during this crisis and about to proceed to the election of a new president, when Admiral William B. Caperton, under orders from the U.S. State Department, "twice induced the Chambers to postpone the election." See "The Seizure of Haiti by the United States; A report on the military occupation of the Republic of Haiti and the history of the treaty forced upon her."


The State Department, "by the instruction of the President," requested the Navy Department to send a sufficient force of marines to control the situation absolutely, and Caperton was instructed that the United States favored the election of [Sudre] Dartiguenave.



History shows that U.S. "favored" elections are a sine qua non of Haitian election cycles.




The current President, Martelly, who cannot run for re-election, has dozens of candidates running throughout the country under his Haitian Tet Kale (Bald Headed) Party (PHTK).

The United States and others in the international community provided $38 million to the CEP to organize the August 9, 2015 elections. This amount is more than four times the amount spent by nations of similar to greater populations and circumstances, according to the Haiti Sentinel.

Election fixing is closely tied to USAID failures in Haiti.

Rewind the reels of history to November 2011 when Ambassador Merten stood with Bill Clinton, representatives from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), and Korean apparel manufacturer Sae-A Co. Ltd., as they officially laid the foundation stone for the Caracol Industrial Park. Their protégée, the new Haitian President Michel Martelly, infamously said, "Haiti is open for business."

Merten hailed the Caracol Industrial Park and Sae-A's investment in Haiti as "a great victory" and said, "Investment is the real key to making the Haitian people more prosperous, which in turn will make the Haitian nation more independent and sovereign."

A lot has not happened at Caracol since 2011 when Merten claimed a "great victory" for the industrial park. The 2013 GAO analysis of failures there under Merten's tenure is epic and shows the folly of unaccountable USAID and Clinton Initiative programs in a region of Haiti that was untouched by the earthquake of 2010. A third or more of earthquake reconstruction funding was allocated to the industrial park, a power plant to run it, and a port facility to service the park.

Meanwhile Port-Au-Prince was rubble.

The 2015 GAO Report is not much improved from 2013. As of September 30, 2014, the U.S. Agency for International Development
(USAID) had allocated $1.7 billion to the Haiti reconstruction effort, but has dispersed only 54 percent or $911 million.

Merten has not said a word about the failure of USAID, but seems to be focusing on the unfolding election debacle. He urged "all parties to work together to solve the shortcomings observed during the elections on 9 August, to ensure that the elections of 25 October and 27 December next are conducted peacefully and credibly."

If it does not work out to his liking, Merten can always steal a page from history and request that the U.S. send in the Marines (again).

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Mèsi pou kokenn atik sa wou mete la .
Sa eksplike anpil bagay .
Premiereman sa eksplike demisyon Nehemy yo
2) poukisa Aristide vle pran beton an
3) poukisa nou mande mobilizasyon manch long la .
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MessageSujet: Re: WIPIP-E-mail HILLARY yo ap devwale kouman yo te VOLO ELEKSYON 2010 yo   Sam 3 Oct 2015 - 11:20

Mak;

Premye fwa mwen te we EKZISTANS e-mail sa yo se te sou gwo JOUNAL BREZILYEN ki rele FOLHA DE SAO PAOLO.

Le mwen GOOGLE sou e-mail HILLARY sou ELEKSYON 2011 yo ;mwen sezi.

Se pou we lan e -mai yo , jan HILLARY ak CHERYL MILLS te trete KONSEY ELEKTORAL lan.

Yo di (not on so many words) ke mesyedam lan KONSEY ELEKTORAL ,se yon bann "hacks" ,yon bann INYORAN ki pa gen okenn EKSPERYANS ,ki pa konnen sa y ap fe ;ki fasilman MANIPILAB.

E-MAIL lan ajoute ke MOUN lan KONSEY ELEKTORAL se yon bann "opozan" ki panse menm jan e OGANIZASYON ki voye yo lan KONSEY lan ,pa gen okenn kredibilite;se OGANIZASYON SOSYETE SIVIL BIDON.

Yo di ke gen lot e-mail ki ap vini ke y ap chache ;n ap konnen anvan lontan si yo te peye CELESTIN pou l te retire lan KOUS lan vre tankou BRI AN AP KOURI LOT KOTE!

Sa montre sa STANSFIELD TURNER ,ansyen direkte CIA an ,te di se vre ke PA GEN SEKRE ANKO!
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