Calling all White People
UIdiotRaceMAkeWo rldPeace

United States

#3037 Nov 18, 2012
Johnny wrote:
UIdiotRaceMAkeWorldPeace ---- You said "Instead of Haiti owing any debt to the U.S., other countries or international financial institutions, the reverse is the case. The U.S., France, Canada and the UN owe the people of Haiti reparations to redress the imperial plunder of the country".--- For many, many decades, Haiti has been given A LOT of ecnonomic aid. Also, much military assistance.
But, with ANY aid, there are many stipulations associated with these respective forms of aid.
Haitis former president, leftist Jean-Bertrand Aristide wasn't following the paths directed via the written legal contract stipulations.
This is why there were disagreements.
Former Haitian leaders like Papa Doc (Aka --- Francois Duvalier), Baby Doc (Aka -- Jean-Claude Duvalier), Madame Max Adolphe, Emmanuel "Toto" Constant, Guy Philppe, Louis-Jodel Chamblain, Marc Bazin, Joseph Nerette, Proper Avril, Emile Jonassaint, Raoul Cedras & Boniface Alexander
NEVER caused any friction for Washington D.C., Jerusalem &/or London.
When America, Israel &/or the United Kingdom (UK) allocate aid to any nation(s) of the developing world.
There are many written legal contracts which must be adhered to.
Also, whenever the International Monetary Fund (IMF) &/or World Bank dispense aid to any nation(s) of the developing world.
There are many written legal contracts which are stipulted.
Robert Naiman
Toward Freedom magazine, November 1999, p2

"When the IMF and the World Bank force a country to cut wages, lay off workers, produce for export instead of their own people, and sell off public property to cronies for less than its vallue, that's called "economic reform."

====

Edward S. Herman

The United States has given frequent and enthusiastic support to the overthrow of democracy in favor of "investor friendly" regimes. The World Bank, IMF, and private banks have consistently lavished huge sums on terror regimes, following their displacement of democratic governments, and a number of quantitative studies have shown a systematic positive relationship between U.S. and IMF / World Bank aid to countries and their violations of human rights.
UIdiotRaceMAkeWo rldPeace

United States

#3038 Nov 18, 2012
ADD!

Harvard economist Jeffrey Sachs

Blowback - Chalmers Johnson p210

The IMF is essentially a covert arm of the U.S. Treasury, yet beyond congressional oversight because it is formally an international organization. Its voting rules ensure that it is dominated by the United States and its allies. India and China have fewer votes in the IMF, for example, than the Netherlands. As the prominent Harvard economist Jeffrey Sachs puts its, "Not unlike the days when the British Empire placed senior officials directly into the Egyptian and Ottoman [and also the Chinese] financial ministries, the IMF is insinuated into the inner sanctums of nearly 75 developing country governments around the world - countries with a combined population of some 1.4 billion.
UIdiotRaceMAkeWo rldPeace

United States

#3039 Nov 18, 2012
Programmed to Fail
by Walden Bello and Shalmali Guttal
Multinational Monitor, July/August 2005

The [World] Bank, like the IMF, serves as an extension of U.S. corporate and strategic interests.
Johnny

Muskego, WI

#3040 Nov 18, 2012
UIdiotRaceMAkeWorldPeace wrote:
<quoted text>In the twilight of dawn, U.S. forces kidnapped a sovereign head of state from the Caribbean, sent him to a French-dominated neo-colony prison in Africa
__________

Aristide was handed over to American authorities. American military &/or special forces could not have done such an undertaking.

Considering possible negative political fallout from foreign heads of state.

Also, considering possible legal fall out from the International Criminal Court (ICC) in the Hague.

Prior to Aristide being handed over to American authorities.--- There was an invasion of Haitian territory by Haitian, Dominican & Jamaican Paramilitaries / Death Squads. Cut the main communication wires. Also, blocked out sound systems.

The Haitian, Dominican & Jamaican Paramilitaries / Death Squads totally overpowered the much, much smaller Haitian forces which were loyal to Aristide.

Haitian generals & officers who were loyal to Aristide were neutralized outright.

Haitian, Dominican & Jamaican Paramilitaries / Death Squads surrounded the Haitian presidential quarters in Port-au-Prince. Forced their way inside. Seized Aristide & his family.

For a little over 48 hours time, American authorities didn't know Aristides whereabouts. American authorities thought that Aristide & his family may have been shot.

At a little over 48 hours time after Aristide & his family being seized, a Haitian Paramilitary / Death Squad leader directly telephoned George Bush Jr. in Washington D.C..

Raisenth asked Bush Jr. if he wanted Aristide & his family shot.

Bush Jr. said "No, that would be too drastic".

Bush Jr. said to "Hand him over to American authorities".

Which the Haitian, Dominican & Jamaican Paramilitaries / Death Squads did.

Here's another example which shows that American authorities did NOT play the "direct" role in Aristide & his family being abducted.---

After Aristide & his family were turned over to American authorities, it was NOT American military &/or special forces which conducted operations. Against Aristides supporters throughout Haiti.

It was the Haitian, Dominican & Jamaican Paramilitaries / Death Squads which did.
Johnny

Muskego, WI

#3041 Nov 18, 2012
UIdiotRaceMAkeWorldPeace --- You said "In Haiti in 1986, 7000 tons of rice were imported, the main staple food of the country. The vast majority was grown in Haiti".--- This is true.

You said "In the late 1980s Haiti complied with free trade policies advocated by the international lending agencies and lifted tariffs on rice imports".--- Correct.

This was VERY positive to Haitian society.

Especially very beneficial to the Haitian farmers & Haitian masses.
UIdiotRaceMAkeWo rldPeace

United States

#3043 Nov 18, 2012
John Perkins



The World Bank is not really a world bank at all; it is, rather, a US bank. Ditto its closest sibling, the IMF.
UIdiotRaceMAkeWo rldPeace

United States

#3044 Nov 18, 2012
Jean-Bertrand Aristide

Eyes of the Heart p11
k
What happens to poor countries when they embrace free trade? In Haiti in 1986 we imported just 7000 tons of rice, the main staple food of the country. The vast majority was grown in Haiti. In the late 1980s Haiti complied with free trade policies advocated by the international lending agencies and lifted tariffs on rice imports. Cheaper rice immediately flooded in from the United States where the rice industry is subsidized. In fact the liberalization of

Haiti's market coincided with the 1985 Farm Bill in the United States which increased subsidies to the rice industry so that 40% of U.S. rice growers' profits came from the government by 1987. Haiti's peasant farmers could not possibly compete. By 1996 Haiti was importing 196,000 tons of foreign rice at the cost of $100 million a year. Haitian rice production became negligible. Once the dependence on foreign rice was complete, import prices began to rise, leaving Haiti's population, particularly the urban poor, completely at the whim of rising world grain prices. And the prices continue to rise.
UIdiotRaceMAkeWo rldPeace

United States

#3045 Nov 18, 2012
Johnny wrote:
<quoted text>
__________
Aristide was handed over to American authorities. American military &/or special forces could not have done such an undertaking.
Considering possible negative political fallout from foreign heads of state.
Also, considering possible legal fall out from the International Criminal Court (ICC) in the Hague.
Prior to Aristide being handed over to American authorities.--- There was an invasion of Haitian territory by Haitian, Dominican & Jamaican Paramilitaries / Death Squads. Cut the main communication wires. Also, blocked out sound systems.
The Haitian, Dominican & Jamaican Paramilitaries / Death Squads totally overpowered the much, much smaller Haitian forces which were loyal to Aristide.
Haitian generals & officers who were loyal to Aristide were neutralized outright.
Haitian, Dominican & Jamaican Paramilitaries / Death Squads surrounded the Haitian presidential quarters in Port-au-Prince. Forced their way inside. Seized Aristide & his family.
For a little over 48 hours time, American authorities didn't know Aristides whereabouts. American authorities thought that Aristide & his family may have been shot.
At a little over 48 hours time after Aristide & his family being seized, a Haitian Paramilitary / Death Squad leader directly telephoned George Bush Jr. in Washington D.C..
Raisenth asked Bush Jr. if he wanted Aristide & his family shot.
Bush Jr. said "No, that would be too drastic".
Bush Jr. said to "Hand him over to American authorities".
Which the Haitian, Dominican & Jamaican Paramilitaries / Death Squads did.
Here's another example which shows that American authorities did NOT play the "direct" role in Aristide & his family being abducted.---
After Aristide & his family were turned over to American authorities, it was NOT American military &/or special forces which conducted operations. Against Aristides supporters throughout Haiti.
It was the Haitian, Dominican & Jamaican Paramilitaries / Death Squads which did.
but world don't believe what US saY anymore. halftruth in your post

US been invaded Haiti for over century and want it money back and it great strategic Location for US military base in the region and for it resources, so culprit is US, no if and but about it.
UIdiotRaceMAkeWo rldPeace

United States

#3046 Nov 18, 2012
Johnny wrote:
UIdiotRaceMAkeWorldPeace --- You said "In Haiti in 1986, 7000 tons of rice were imported, the main staple food of the country. The vast majority was grown in Haiti".--- This is true.
You said "In the late 1980s Haiti complied with free trade policies advocated by the international lending agencies and lifted tariffs on rice imports".--- Correct.
This was VERY positive to Haitian society.
Especially very beneficial to the Haitian farmers & Haitian masses.
Jean-Bertrand Aristide

Eyes of the Heart p11
k
What happens to poor countries when they embrace free trade? In Haiti in 1986 we imported just 7000 tons of rice, the main staple food of the country. The vast majority was grown in Haiti. In the late 1980s Haiti complied with free trade policies advocated by the international lending agencies and lifted tariffs on rice imports. Cheaper rice immediately flooded in from the United States where the rice industry is subsidized. In fact the liberalization of

Haiti's market coincided with the 1985 Farm Bill in the United States which increased subsidies to the rice industry so that 40% of U.S. rice growers' profits came from the government by 1987. Haiti's peasant farmers could not possibly compete. By 1996 Haiti was importing 196,000 tons of foreign rice at the cost of $100 million a year. Haitian rice production became negligible. Once the dependence on foreign rice was complete, import prices began to rise, leaving Haiti's population, particularly the urban poor, completely at the whim of rising world grain prices. And the prices continue to rise.
Johnny

Muskego, WI

#3047 Nov 18, 2012
UIdiotRaceMAkeWorldPeace ---- You said "Cheaper rice immediately flooded in from the United States where the rice industry is subsidized. In fact the liberalization of Haitis market coincided with the 1985 Farm Bill in the United States which increased subsidies to the rice industry so that 40% of the U.S. rice growers' profits came from the government by 1987".-- You are 150% right on the mark about all of your points here.

These respective factors are yet MORE examples of the policies of the United States (US) federal government being VERY beneficial to Haiti.

Another case of a rising tide lifts all.

You said "By 1996 Haiti was importing 196,000 tons of foreign rice at the cost of $100 million a year".--- True.

But, why was this the case?--- Due to the MASSIVE changes in world trade. Primarily as it pertained to world trade in rice. Also, in grain.

All caused by globalization. Globalization, which was totally inevitable to the nations of the world. To world trade.

The nation of Haiti was NOT left out in the cold.

The United States (US) federal government greatly stepped up its aid to Haiti.

Especially considering that this was BEFORE leftist Jean-Bertrand Aristide was in office.

When the beginnings of the Haitian government increased its importation of American rice into Haiti, the Haitian government was Allied to Washington D.C..

Granted, Haitis import prices rose due to globalization.

But, the US federal gov't didn't leave the Haitian gov't hanging. Washington D.C. greatly vamped up its aid to Haiti.

In regards to giving Haiti rice. Also, in regards to giving Haiti grain.

This was very beneficial to the Haitian masses.

Especially very beneficial to the Haitian farmers.

The critical, key is job growth in the private sector. Not the public sector.

Having job growth in the private sector is ESPECIALLY beneficial for a smaller, lower tiered economic nation like Haiti.
Johnny

Muskego, WI

#3049 Nov 18, 2012
UIdiotRaceMAkeWorldPeace.-- Your previous post which you just addressed to me,#3046, is a tad bit different from your other previous post which you addressed to me the other week on this thread. Via its wording. Your other prior posts were worded differently. That they weren't cut, pasted & posted.

I have to step out now. I still have to respond back to a couple of your previous posts which you addressed to me about Israel.

I should have some time by Tuesday. Either way, I'll definitely get back to you.
UIdiotRaceMAkeWo rldPeace

United States

#3050 Nov 18, 2012
Bill Quigley, law professor at Loyola University in New Orleans
The US Role in Haiti’s Food Riots

The United States and the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, all of which we, the United States, dominate, have for the last twenty-five, thirty years insisted that in order to get the loans, which Haiti and these other countries, agricultural countries, need, in order to get those loans, Haiti had to change their economic system so that their country was open to competition from other countries on agriculture, trade, a number of other things.
... thirty years ago, Haiti imported almost no rice, was an exporter of sugar and other things. Today, Haiti imports nearly all of its rice. It even imports sugar, even though it was the sugar-growing capital of the Caribbean. And the reason is, is that the powers that be said, in order to get these loans, which they need desperately to be able to survive, that they had to open up their markets to competition.
... the United States exports over 200 million metric tons of rice every year to Haiti... And the reason is that our rice is cheaper than the rice that they could grow there themselves, because our rice is so heavily subsidized. A billion dollars a year of taxpayer money goes to rice farmers in the United States, plus we have a tariff ... that adds between three and 24 percent protection for our rice farmers. And as a result, the rich and powerful country of the United States, along with other rich and powerful countries in the world, have just really bullied these small countries into accepting our rice. And as the rice from the United States came in ... that the rice flooded in at low or below cost ... and destroyed the ability of farmers in Haiti to be able to grow rice. And as a consequence, the country now depends totally on imported rice
Johnny

Muskego, WI

#3051 Nov 18, 2012
Eric the Australian --- I'll DEFINITELY get back to you by Tuesday.

In the meantime, later.
UIdiotRaceMAkeWo rldPeace

United States

#3052 Nov 18, 2012
Randall Robinson
interviewed by Amitabh Pal
The Progressive magazine, October 2005, p39

[Condelleza Rice and Colin Powell] are both dangerous people. What they did in Haiti is a good measure of it. They destroyed a democracy. They squelched loans that had been approved by the Inter-American Development Bank. They did everything behind the scenes, including arming the thugs that came to overrun the country. They're frauds.
UIdiotRaceMAkeWo rldPeace

United States

#3053 Nov 18, 2012
Johnny wrote:
UIdiotRaceMAkeWorldPeace.-- Your previous post which you just addressed to me,#3046, is a tad bit different from your other previous post which you addressed to me the other week on this thread. Via its wording. Your other prior posts were worded differently. That they weren't cut, pasted & posted.
I have to step out now. I still have to respond back to a couple of your previous posts which you addressed to me about Israel.
I should have some time by Tuesday. Either way, I'll definitely get back to you.
What POST numberS are those?
UIdiotRaceMAkeWo rldPeace

United States

#3054 Nov 18, 2012

Jim Garrison, New Orleans District Attorney,
War is the biggest business in America
Down With Brown

Toronto, Canada

#3057 Nov 18, 2012
UIdiotRaceMAkeWorldPeace wrote:
Randall Robinson
interviewed by Amitabh Pal
The Progressive magazine, October 2005, p39
[Condelleza Rice and Colin Powell] are both dangerous people. What they did in Haiti is a good measure of it. They destroyed a democracy. They squelched loans that had been approved by the Inter-American Development Bank. They did everything behind the scenes, including arming the thugs that came to overrun the country. They're frauds.
Shifty spookadoodles..Kill 'em all!
Johnny

Muskego, WI

#3060 Nov 20, 2012
RFD wrote:
<quoted text>
Quit your BS, fella. I didn't refer to kimbo slice as a heavy weight.
__________

Correct.

In your one previous post which you addressed to me, you did refer to Kimbo Slice as being a "black super-heavyweight champion".

Which you were totally incorrect about.

Kimbos record in MMA is this.-- 5 wins & 3 losses.

A 5-3 record is not representative of any such champion.

Even looking at the level of opponents which Kimbo has fought. In regards to his wins.-- Against Ray Mercer. Ray is a very old fighter. Mercer made his mark in boxing. Ray was never established in MMA.

Kimbos other victories in MMA. Against these fighters.-- Bo Cantrell, Tank Abbott, James Thompson & Houston Alexander.

None of these fighters are the top.

Kimbos losses. Against these fighters.--- Roy Nelson, Seth Petruzelli & Matt Matrione.

None of these fighters are at the highest caliber in MMA.

Here are some of your other previous points which you addressed to me about Kimbo Slice. Which you were also incorrect about.---

You said "he was pitted against I think it was Ken Shamrock".--- Kimbo never fought Ken.

You said "He took the UFC by storm".--- Not at all.

Granted, Kimbo entered into professional Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) competition.

But, it was not by taking MMA by any such storm. Not even by a ripple.

You said "but as soon as he was pitted against a top gun, he was through and quickly".--- When Kimbo was defeated very quickly, it was by Seth Petruzelli.

Seth is not one of the top fighters in MMA.
Johnny

Muskego, WI

#3061 Nov 20, 2012
RFD wrote:
<quoted text>
I put that for you because you are one of those half breeds.
__________

Nope. My mothers family are White Dominicans. My fathers family comes from Rome, Italy.

Even Mulatto Dominicans & Black Dominicans are anti-African American (Descendants of black American slaves).

Via African Americans (Descendants of black American slaves) demise, Mulatto Dominicans & Black Dominicans will also benefit.

All my family, friends, acquaintences & co-workers are anti-African American (Descendants of black Americans) & anti-Union.

We also want to see Americas Labor Movement destroyed.

Primarily the Unions under the unbrella of the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO).

Also, these Unions.--- Change to Win Federation, American Federation of State, County and Managerial Employees (AFSCME), American Center for International Labor Solidarity, International Labor Communications Association, Working for America Institute, American Right at Work, Community Services Network, Labor and Working Class History Association, Working America, Services Employers Industrial Union (SEIU), International Brotherhood of Teamsters (Aka --- The Teamsters), United Food and Commercial Workers International Union (UFC), UNITE HERE & the United Farm Workers.

We want to see Americas unions destroyed from within.

The anti-union measures which have been in effect in many states from February, 2011 till now.--- This is ONLY the start.

Johnny

Muskego, WI

#3062 Nov 20, 2012
Eric the Australian ---- In regards to your previous post to me,#2950.--- I totally see all of your points which you made.

Primarily your points about that person who was the head at "Telstra". Where he didn't have his PhD.

Was that person fired?

Your point about that client which you worked with. Who had someone arrive from India for a position who was not even the person that they interviewed on the phone.

Was this person fired?

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