I'm Sure the Race Baiters at MSNBC Will Latch on to This Real Soon
"A few Alternative Media are attempting to push the story out into Mainstream waters, and rightfully so. The hundreds of millions of dollars apparently bilked off the tragedy that was the Haiti earthquake of four years ago, is worthy of serious attention, and the Clintons are right up to their eyeballs in it…"
|This man was head of the IHRC who reported to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton|
The Wall Street Journal just picked up the story, and had this to say about it:
"The news website Tout Haiti reported last month that two prominent lawyers have petitioned Haiti's Superior Court of Auditors and Administrative Disputes, demanding an audit of Bill Clinton's management of the Interim Haiti Recovery Commission (IHRC). There are powerful interests that won't want to see the petition succeed and it may go nowhere. But the sentiment it expresses is spreading fast."
Four years after a magnitude 7.0 earthquake toppled the capital city of Port-au-Prince and heavily damaged other parts of the country, hundreds of millions of dollars from the State Department's U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), allocated to the IHRC, are gone. Hundreds of millions more to the IHRC from international donors have also been spent. Left behind is a mishmash of low quality, poorly thought-out development experiments and half-finished projects....."
"One former Haitian official puts it this way: "I really cannot understand how you could raise so much money, put a former U.S. president in charge, and get this outcome."Most people are unaware that Bill Clinton, as head of the IHRC, acquired HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS of dollars from the U.S. State Department at a time when Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State.
Clinton’s ties to Haiti and millions in economic “aid” date back to Bill Clinton’s administration when he helped place Jean Bertrand Aristide back into power of that island nation. Shortly after, Clinton Machine donors began scooping up lucrative business contracts signed off by Aristide. Yeah, let sink in. I know, had me shaking my head too.