Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Haiti Coup d’Etat, Secret Ottawa Meeting to Overthrow President Aristide Revealed

More than ten (10) years ago, a group of white men and women decided to tackle what, in their view, constituted “The real problem with Haiti”.

At the January 31, February 1, 2003 Ottawa Initiative on Haiti, a secret meeting of non-Haitians held at the request of then-Canadian Francophonie Minister, Denis Paradis, it was decided to conduct a coup d’état to overthrow Haiti’s President and put the country under U.N. tutelage.

On the last day of that same year, December 31, 2003, with my own ears, I heard the following prophetic declaration made at Haiti’s Montana Hotel:

“The Real Problem with Haiti is that the international community is so screwed up and divided that they are letting Haitians run Haiti”.

Less than 2 months after then-Assistant Secretary General of the Organization of American States, Luigi Einaudi, uttered these infamous words at the Montana, in my presence as well as other witnesses including journalist Kevin Pina and lawyer/activist Marguerite Laurent (Ezili Danto), the “real problem with Haiti” was supposedly solved by U.S. troops entering the residence of Haiti’s democratically-elected president in the dead of night, kidnapping him and his wife and dumping them more than 20 hours later in the French neo-colony known as the Central African Republic.

For their brazen actions taken on the very year of the bicentennial celebrations of Haiti’s abolitionist revolution, the American and European diplomats who participated in the coup have been dubbed: “The Diplomatic Skinheads (DS)”, a reference to an underclass of racist North-American and European youths who often conduct brazen acts of violence against non-whites whom they perceive as threatening to their “culture”.

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