MIAMI, Florida, USA (sentinel.ht) – In 2011, Hillary Clinton’s Chief of Staff at the State Department changed the results of the presidential election according to the Director General of the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) at the time. This followed by 5 years of support for her propped up president and his march towards not organizing elections and establishing a totalitarian regime, finally by January of 2015.
When Haitians protested in the tens of thousands for elections, the totalitarian regime of President Michel Martelly received $33 million from U.S. taxpayers to organize what would be called an “electoral coup d’etat”. An investigation into these elections found that 99% of the tally sheets had been falsified or grossly irregular.
Haitians have rejected the elections against the wishes of the Obama administration and that has infuriated it. Earlier this month the Obama administration announced that it would not lend aid towards the organization of elections in Haiti and furthermore required Haitians to reimburse it monies it had given. Journalists at a State Department press briefing exposed the inconsistency of the Obama administration in trying to explain that its actions aren’t manipulation.
What has happened in Haiti since the 2010 earthquake is a crime of epic proportions. With Bill Clinton as Head of the United Nations Envoy to Haiti, he controlled tens of billions of money for reconstruction that has enriched his friends and left nothing to show in Haiti. Hillary Clinton as the United States’ Secretary of State, used the American diplomatic apparatus to prop up a president, establish a totalitarian regime, gain many favors – including a gold mining contract for her younger brother – and now have the country in a state of crisis of legitimacy.
Jean-Claude Roy writes Obama
A renowned Haitian-American photographer, Jean-Claude Roy, wrote an open letter to the Obama administration regarding its actions towards Haiti:
Secretary of State John Kerry
Ambassador Peter F. Mulrean
July 19, 2016
Boasting dual nationality – Haitian American for 71 years and for 48 years – I can not remain indifferent and insensitive to the attitude of the US toward Haitians.
Jacqueline Charles in her article dated July 18, published by the Miami Herald, reported that the United States has not only decided not to fund the next elections but require repayment of a balance of $1.9 million dollars remained the account of the last elections.
I understand that these funds, including those of the Haitian government have been managed exclusively by representatives of the UNDP/UNOPS and that to date no report expenses incurred Haitian contributions were submitted.
It is to them that you should address your request.
If we are a nation that cares about the welfare of others and seeks to promote democracy, conditioning our assistance to the submission of the way we want others to do is another thing that promotes corruption.
This would amount to the purchase of an election.
This is not helping a fledgling democracy, having its citizens terrorized by what the US dictates, and this does not encourage them to invest in their future.
The elections must not constitute a commercial transaction subject to negotiation.
The citizens of sovereign countries have a formal right to decide what is best for them.
Keep repeating, are doing this.
Even if they are the poorest country in the hemisphere, Haitians have the right.
Haitians today have decided that past electoral experiences were not beneficial to the country they have only produced bad representatives and resulted in coups, more political instability and economic regression.
Haiti force a second round of the 2015 elections would lead to further instability which would only delay the economic recovery.
So as good as Haitian and American veteran and staunch defender of democracy who voted and campaigned twice for President Obama, I ask you not to condition your help to Haiti.
Haitians deserve free, fair, fair and democratic elections which will release a government of the people, by the people and for the people.
I hope that, whatever the winner from these tournaments, that it will be received with open arms in the concert of nations.
God bless the United States of America and Haiti.