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US-Appointed Haitian Council Calls For Foreign Military Intervention

The West is continuing to push through the occupation of Haiti using the Presidential Transitional Council as cover.

The nine members of the Presidential Transitional Council (CPT), the new traitors to the Nation, are already at work.

Working under the diktat of the American colonial administration, they have just committed another act of offense against the country by writing to Kenyan President William Ruto on Monday May 6 to demand the deployment of foreign forces that the Western powers in agreement with the UN Security Council have named their project to better sell: Multinational Security Support Mission in Haiti.

However, preparations to sully and defile Haitian territory for the umpteenth time by Westerners are well underway. They have already acquired a good number of countries in their service such as the Bahamas, Bangladesh, Barbados, Benin, Chad, Jamaica and Kenya to help them in their crime.

It is a well-oiled shame project of hypocrisy and lies by the Biden administration that continues the predatory objective of the former slave powers of punishing Haiti for its historical dynamism and its contribution to humanity.

Occupational forces are already on their way, according to U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs Todd D. Robinson, an initial deployment of Kenyan police officers is currently planning to travel to Haiti. All this will undoubtedly begin with the state visit of President William Ruto and his wife Racheo to Washington on May 23 to mark the 60th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the two countries.

In the meantime, the Pentagon is responsible, in a conquered country, for the construction of a military base not too far from the international airport in Port-au-Prince that can accommodate and house the occupying forces.

The UN said a trust fund of $18 million is available for the occupation mission. What a contrast between the zeal displayed with pomp by Westerners, particularly the United States, France and Canada, to come to the aid of this project of military interventions in Haiti while turning a blind eye to the sinister economic situation of the country and the vast majority of the Haitian population living in abject poverty?

Should we point out that this announced occupation is planned from scratch on the symbolism of security, of dismantling gangs which is nothing but a big lie, a bluff to mollify the naive and hide the real problems of the country.

They have used the gang issue to hide the true source of this country’s misfortune and also to disorientate the solution to this problem that they themselves introduced. It is the United States of America, through its destructive policy of the country at the economic, social and political level through the numerous orchestrated coups and military invasions and then its support for the corrupt government, which plundered the devastated economy of the country and reduces the population in precariousness.

The most overwhelming cynicism, Washington has never had the courage to tell the truth about Haiti, which it describes as the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. So with a bit of honesty, he should rather say: the most impoverished country, victim of more than a century of crimes, theft and pillage committed by American imperialism.

All our industries have been dismantled, so that we produce nothing and become only a consumer country. Our agricultural production boycotted. An intolerable level of unemployment, poverty wages for police officers, otherwise what could we expect?

The gangs are products of the level of poverty characterized by austerity measures dictated by the IMF, unemployment, endemic corruption, permanent political instability and deep socio-economic crisis which are the legacy of decades of oppression imperialist.

Instead of helping Haiti get out of this economic slump and overcome chronic underdevelopment, today the United States prefers to spend 60 million dollars on arms, ammunition, for the acquisition of military equipment with a view to strengthening the Multinational Security Support Mission to be led by Kenya to push it further into oblivion. What would be the concrete result of this military show and this media hype about gangs without saying anything about the poor, the homeless? Nothing will be different from the 13 years of Minustah. Everything will end in zero or almost zero results!

With the only difference being the 9 members of the Presidential Transitional Council, these Conzes will have time to amass a fortune, to enrich themselves at the expense of the people. And a few years later, everything will start again with the same slogans.

Originally published in Haiti Liberte.

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