- The Haitian oligarchy and immoral wealthy business class
- United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH)
- US Embassy cronies, the Breton Woods institutions and their USAID subcontractors
- Charitable NGOs
- Security companies: XE (Blackwater), DYNCORPS and Brown & Root.
Haitians, represented by the Haitian government do not have a voice or partnership in improving the country in the vital areas that are necessary to pull the general population out of misery; namely:
- food sovereignty (domestic agriculture and food production)
- investment in environmental rehabilitation
- domestic manufacturing and jobs that circulates capital and
investment IN Haiti.
- Haiti needs a stop to deforestation
- investment in infrastructure, construction of flood-resistant bridges, roads
- investment in such renewable energy as biofuels, wind turbines, solar, water and micro-hydro.
The Poverty Pimps in control of Haiti are responsible for many human rights abuses committed during their reign. Namely, the US sponsored coups, interventions, financial criminality by the world banking institutions and other violations of international law that have kept Haiti's infrastructure underdeveloped and primitive, leading to many deaths and the prevalence of preventable diseases among other dire consequences.
THE POVERTY PIMPS OF HAITI
Human Rights Violations Currently Underway:
- MEDICAL EXPERIMENTATION via VACCINATION - The UN, the Rwanda Genocide Model and the Vaccination Campaign (see link)
- Food Crisis (see also Mud Cookie Economics in Haiti)
- GENOCIDE: The Gran Ravine & Soccer Massacre and death squads roaming free in UN-occupied Haiti
- MILITARY OCCUPATION: UN repression and militarization is turning Haiti into a penal colony
- Fair trade with Haiti. Trade that does not further degrade the environment, repress worker's rights or contain Haiti in poverty or ignore Haiti's most essential domestic needs for food production.
- Haiti needs food sovereignty
- Haiti needs the cancellation of its debt to the international financial institutions
- The US should grant Haitians TPS (Temporary Protected Status) and equal immigration treatment
- The US needs to support the release of the political prisoners -- justice not impunity
- The UN military occupation of Haiti should end in order for participatory democracy that means inclusion of the masses in the affairs of their own country.
- The Western countries who control the world banking system are not providing Haiti with authentic assistance in poverty reduction that involve domestic agricultural investments and community policing.
Hinche Haiti Sept. 2008 - Food Crisis in Haiti Agravated
by Successive Hurricanes: Gustav, Hanna, Ike and Fay.
- patronizing the informal sector of local service providers
- generally not exporting all profits and capital but committing to paying equitable custom duties
- not dumping assembly goods for export, or dumping subsidized US foods, but investing in mutually beneficial trade, aid and investment
- And they should be investing a reasonable percentage of their Haiti profits put back into Haiti.
"Obama's offered HOPE is sweatshop slavery"