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Bill Clinton on Haiti

For the record, President Bill Clinton was on the record yesterday with Greta Van Susteren broadcasting on Fox News.  He has been named by the White House as a special envoy to aid in the relief efforts in response to the devastating 7.3 earthquake that rumbled through Port-au-prince, Haiti on Jan. 12, 2010.  I was listening to Bill ramble on about the despair and destruction in Haiti and how we all need to help by punching in text codes on the cell phone that would add $10 to your cell phone bill.

Then it hit me.  Remember Rahm Emanuel’s favorite quote, “You never let a serious crisis go to waste. And what I mean by that it’s an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before.”

Clinton's Global Initiative stands to profit and benefit other ways from Haiti's earthquake.

If you have time, listen to Bill Clinton’s interview with Greta on Jan. 13, 2010.  To me, he sounds sorrowful and gleeful about the tragedy in Haiti.  He keeps referring to the Clinton Global initiative, investment in Haiti, and how this is a great opportunity to transform Haiti.

One of the hallmarks of this earthquake was how close the earthquake rumbled to the surface making it an atypical earthquake.  Now, I am not a seismologist, but I do know that there are seismic weapons out there and what a better place to strike than the poorest least cared about country in the world.

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3 Responses to “Bill Clinton on Haiti”

  1. Are you infering Clinton & the UN orchestrated a seismic attack on Haiti? Where do you get this from?

    I don’t think he sounds “gleeful” at all. (http://video.foxnews.com/v/3967878/bill-clinton-on-haiti) I think he’s resolved and realistic about the problems facing a messed up country. You can say a lot of things about WJC, but to quickly dismiss any possibility of genuine concern + drive when it comes to human rights is not something I would agree with.

    also, to discourage individual donations to groups assisting in Haiti on the baseless speculation that some charitable bureaucrats will line their pockets is sad. If you don’t want to donate $$ to any relief effort, that’s cool. Discouraging others? I don’t know about that, man.

    • Matt, I am neither inferring that Clinton & UN had anything to do with this attack nor am I discouraging people from donating to legitimate organizations that will help the Haitian people, but check them out first because unfortunately, people get stinky rich during times like this. You have to read between the lines with Clinton. He expresses the urgency to save life and realizes the devestation in Haiti, but at the same time he plugs the Clinton Global Initiative multiple times and drives home to his investors the opportunity that is in Haiti to rebuild now that the world and its money are paying attention.

      You know me well enough to know that I am always highly skeptical about major current events that create chaos and especially if you judge them for what emerges as a result of the chaos. I don’t believe in coincidences. There are a select group of sinister people that believe in eugenics and they happen to be some of the richest and most powerful people on this planet. The use weather modification programs to induce droughts, seismic weapons, pandemics, food poisoning, carcinogens, and other chemicals to kill the old and the weak. The worst part of their plans is that there is always the element of “plausible deniability.”

      The hallmark of this earthquake is how close to the surface this quake shook and how close the epicenter was to Port-au-prince.

  2. Matt, can you see this?


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