Thursday, February 4, 2010

The fateful geological prize called Haiti

F.W.Engdahl's article, "The fateful geological prize called Haiti", more than just fleshes out yesterday's post on Haiti; not only does its analytic depth make it a "must read", but the extra information we are provided with, even if it is at times implicit, helps us to understand the true extent of Washington's criminal designs not only for Haiti but for all of Latin America. Engdahl writes: "Leaving aside the relevant question of how well in advance the Pentagon and US scientists knew the quake was about to occur, and what Pentagon plans were being laid before January 12 ...." before going on to state the reasons for major ‘rescue’ players', the United States, France and Canada, interest in Haiti. That reason was summarised yesterday and Engdahl goes on to add meat to that particular statement.

However, it is his asking how well in advance did the Pentagon know about the earthquake and what plans did they have regarding Haiti prior to its occurance on January 12th that caught my interest. After all, in retrospect we all know that the attacks on both Afghanistan and Iraq were planned before 9/11 and that while it would be going a bit too far to suggest that Washington actually found kamikaze pilots to fly the planes, there is nevertheless an accumulation of information suggesting that the Pentagon and White House knew well in advance that the attacks were coming. Now we have Engdahl going on to suggest that the United States knew that there was going to be an earthquake some time before it happened. Of course, what is implied here, if indeed it is not explicit, is, firstly,  the very obvious and  9/11 was only a pretext for the so-called "war on terror", which is itself a pretext to facilitate total US domination of the planet.  However, more importantly, in the sense that it is the real news at the moment, Washington's massive military presence on Haiti under the guise of "humanitarian aid" is just another pretext to achieving that same aim of global domination. Of course, this has a number of logical implicaitons and even putting aside the medium and longer term consequences for both Haiti and Latin America, we have a United States which even at this juncture is already responsible for mass murder in Haiti. No need for academic caution here and those readers who are hungry for real news should read Mr Engdahl's article.

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