Ex-Australian Minister of Health & 9/11 Truth Advocate, Douglas Nixon Everingham On How To Really Help Haiti

Like millions of people around the world I’ve been shocked by the terrible events in Haiti.

Only now is the true scale of the disaster emerging. Reports now suggest as many as 50,000 people may have died, with hundreds of thousands made homeless.

The work ahead to recover from this tragedy is immense. So here’s our goal: $890 million for Haiti. That’s how much Haiti owes to the International Monetary Fund, the Inter-American Development Bank, and a handful of others.

Sign the petition below to ask Haiti’s creditors to act quickly and cancel Haiti’s debts:

http://one.org/international/actnow/haiti/index.html?rc=haiti

As Haiti begins to rebuild we can help by lifting this debt.

Together as ONE we can make a difference!

Thanks!

Douglas Nixon Everingham.

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12 Responses to Ex-Australian Minister of Health & 9/11 Truth Advocate, Douglas Nixon Everingham On How To Really Help Haiti

  1. Nik says:

    Clare, it seems to me that Haiti is being used by the U.S. as a training ground for their practice in establishing martial law in chaos, prepping for something bigger at home.

  2. Clare Swinney says:

    And Iraq has been used as a training ground I bet. The psychopaths get the promotions I understand. Talking of which there was an interesting film about how UN peacekeepers behaved in Haiti a few years ago. They were shooting unarmed civilians, including children in the head for no good reason.
    Refer: https://clareswinney.wordpress.com/2010/01/17/un-worked-with-death-squads-in-haiti-to-suppress-pro-democracy-movement/

  3. Nik says:

    Yes…hmmmm.

    I have thought that the drone stuff in Pakistan is also being fine tuned for the global control grid on western civilisation cause obviously it has to be ready to go and efficient if introduced ,in say, the European Union down the track.

  4. Nik says:

    Good to see your banner of FDR also. While he didn’t fully understand the nature of Greenbacks, a lot of people who delve into the hidden hands of history paint him as part of that criminality. He was no Huey Long, but he was on the side of higher laws and freedom no less, with lots of reasons for that being thought the case overall.
    It is no accident, i think, that his health deteriorated and he and his closest advisor ( i forget his name) were both dead within a short period of time, passing on in office before the end of ww2.
    For the new deal, despite it’s flaws, was a top down agenda driven from personal convictions, not through support from the elite structure or forced through leverage of the masses at all. Despite Pearl Harbour being allowed to happen and all the shenigans of ww2, he was a major factor in the liberation of Europe from a new dark age and Stalin acted honourably to his word briefly under FDR’s influence in their agreements when they meet in an otherwise hostile environment, which ramped into the cold war after FDR was gone.
    JFK was perhaps further than FDR in extent of pursuing the same type of convictions and this is partly shown in that he only lasted about two years before removed.

    It was specifically predicted that both these men would die in office for the USA and also that the overall wavelength of tyranny going on will undo and not be part of the equation in the next inevitable phase of things.

    • Clare Swinney says:

      Thank-you.
      The FDR quote came from his radio address delivered from Washington on December the 29th, 1940.

      FD Roosevelt “The history of recent years proves that shootings and chains and concentration camps are not simply the transient tools but the very altars of modern dictatorships. They may talk of a “new order” in he world, but what they have in mind is but a revival of the oldest end the worst tyranny. In that there is no liberty, no religion, no hope.

      The proposed “new order” is the very opposite of a United States if Europe or a United States of Asia. It is not a government based upon the consent of the governed. It is not a union of ordinary, self respecting men and women to protect themselves and their freedom and their dignity from oppression. It is an unholy alliance of power and pelf to dominate and enslave the human race.”

      The New World Order is the Old World Order – this time it comes as a wolf dressed in green clothing.

  5. Nik says:

    “The state of emergency creates martial law conditions that will be enforced by the US military. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had demanded the imposition of the emergency decree during her visit to Haiti on Saturday. …In a preview of widespread repression to come, United Nations troops fired tear gas and rubber bullets into a crowd of desperate people who had congregated “too close” to the gate to the Port-Au-Prince airport, the entry point for food, medicine, water and other supplies coming into the country. The airport has been militarized under US control and has become the staging point for a vast influx of American military forces.Haitian riot police also fired tear gas to break up crowds in the city center.”

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=17090

  6. Rave says:

    New Orleans mark II.
    If only someone could conceive of a way of dropping food out of an aeroplane by parachute, then in disasters like this we could drop food on to the area.
    I guess the technology just isn’t there yet, I suppose they are working on it now.
    Its also a great staging post for air strikes against Venezuela.

  7. Nik says:

    I’m not sure that the NWO financial controllers needs to attack Venezuala at all. The Socialism isn’t working and he hasn’t got the political strength or perhaps even know how to properly reform the monetary system, which is really the only way things can be turned around there.
    http://caracasgringo.wordpress.com/2009/11/18/the-hugo-chavez-follies/

    The big real problem that Venezuala presents that might warrant a blatent military thing would be how far it’s integration into alliance with Russia is deemed to undermine NATO military dominance.

  8. Nik says:

    Chavez it seems has broadly followed the writings of Noam Chomsky, who is a modern day re-packaged Karl Marx, with an “anarchist-communist” model and pov. Like Marx, it is an in-pratical progressive model and counter productive.
    Chomsky was probably created by the same interests who created Marx back in the day. Chomsky told people to vote for Obama and is dismissive of concerns raised about the perpetrators of 9/11 for instance.
    As more indications that Venezuala has been sucked into the same old hegelian dialectic, with it’s increased centralization it is putting more and more of it’s wealth into military development, which is a time old squandering of resources that serves what ends and who?

    Are the above characteristics not all too familiar if there ends up being a less well intentioned guy at the top..

  9. Nik says:

    Obama (well not really Obama but ya know what i mean!) orders an covert economic destablisation program against Venezuela

    http://www.prisonplanet.com/obama-authorizes-covert-economic-war-against-venezuela.html

  10. Clare Swinney says:

    Chavez is very popular with his people. I hope he holds out.
    John Pilger made a good documentary about him called The War On Democracy. It shows how he has been demonised by the Western media and undermined in black ops run by the US. It shows how much his people adore him.
    Refer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1zZNbqi53o

  11. Nik says:

    Yep me too, but he’s going down the wrong track.
    At best, they would end up creating a modern political democracy like we have in the more advanced western countries…

    1)Lack of distributed wealth and centralised govt control of wealth creation is recipe for corruption, bureacracy, politics and law, law, law, law, law, law. A society of lawsuits is not a sign of progress in a civilisation as will become appearent to Venezuela if the course is able to be maintained.

    2)Lack of distributed wealth and centralised corporate control of wealth creation pretty much gives you the same thing.

    So they are in stage 1 of the process, that’s the difference. Both are better than lack of much of a distribution system at all, which is where Venezuela and much of Latin America is coming from it seems to me.

    One way or another, finance and banking ends up taking the reins in both of these approaches. Comprehensive monetary reform ‘direct’ to the people or hereditary Monarchy rule are the only ways out from being stuck in this paradigm.

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