Haiti – DISA Drill Goes Live and General Note re HAARP Hysteria

From: Andrew Johnson

Date: 2010-01-24 12:05:40

There are number people now saying or supposing the Haiti quake was deliberately started or manipulated. The timing of the exercise below is suspicious. A couple of people have sent me links to HAARP data supposedly incriminating it in the creation of the earthquake. What has been sent to me by two people is this link to HAARP data:   maestro.haarp.alaska…   Both of them failed to notice this data is from the 10th of January – not the 15th, so I am not sure why it is circulating.   So, the hysteria around HAARP builds – in a similar manner to Thermite Hysteria in relation to 9/11. i.e. HAARP is not to blame – just as thermite isn’t. It’s “something else” – once people have a scapegoat, they don’t keep checking and they don’t keep looking when the evidence cannot be explained by the scape goat.   Below is some more info about the exercise and Haiti in General (thanks to Ernest for the latter).   www.nextgov.com/next…   On Monday, Jean Demay, DISA’s technical manager for the agency’s Transnational Information Sharing Cooperation project, happened to be at the headquarters of the U.S. Southern Command in Miami preparing for a test of the system in a scenario that involved providing relief to Haiti in the wake of a hurricane. After the earthquake hit on Tuesday, Demay said SOUTHCOM decided to go live with the system. On Wednesday, DISA opened up its All Partners Access Network, supported by the Transnational Information Sharing Cooperation project, to any organization supporting  Haiti relief efforts. The information sharing project, developed with backing from both SOUTHCOM and the Defense Department’s European Command, has been in development for three years. It is designed to facilitate multilateral collaboration between federal and nongovernmental agencies. From Ernest: And I have to laugh when I saw the 50 second clip Most important in all of this is that no mainstream media is reporting that the US Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) was conducting a “drill” in Miama on moving into Haiti because of a “natural disaster” the day before the quake hit. They went from testing to “live mode” within a matter of hours, and were already armed to the teeth and moved into Haiti with surgical precision. It is natural to see why France is furious with the US “invasion” because Haiti is a French speaking nation, and was plundered to death when they dared to get their freedom from France. I stopped believing in coincidences a long time ago, and the intensity of the military presence and takeover of the country is a perfect test case for what they plan to do to other places. The article below is a must read if you want to understand why Haiti’s problems are not because of the recent quake, but have deeper roots than the media would care to cover. The URL below is a must read if you want to get a brief history of Haiti. With so many parents killed, their orphaned children are now being exported to all Western nations for adoption… as we watch them on Canadian and French TV being received at airports… Soon the country will be empty.Summary:The Haitians won a ten-year war, the bloodiest in modern history, and declared their independence. Haiti was freedom, and proceeded to place in its 1805 Independence Constitution that any person of African descent who arrived on its shores would be declared free, and a citizen of the republic. The French refused to recognise Haiti’s independence and declared it an illegal pariah state. The Americans refused to recognise them, and offered solidarity instead to the French. The British, who were negotiating with the French to obtain the ownership title to Haiti, also moved in solidarity, as did every other nation-state in the Western world. Haiti was isolated at birth – ostracised and denied access to world trade, finance, and institutional development. It was the most vicious example of national strangulation recorded in modern history. The Cubans, at least, have had Russia, China, and Vietnam.Then came 1825; the moment of full truth. The republic was celebrating its 21st anniversary. There was national euphoria in the streets of Port-au-Prince. The economy was bankrupt; the political leadership isolated. The cabinet took the decision that the state of affairs could not continue. The French government was invited to a summit. Officials arrived and told the Haitian government that they were willing to recognise the country as a sovereign nation but it would have to pay compensation and reparation in exchange. The Haitians, with backs to the wall, agreed to pay. The French government sent a team of accountants and actuaries into Haiti in order to place a value on all lands, all physical assets, the 500,000 citizens were who formerly enslaved, animals, and all other commercial properties and services. The sum amounted to 150 million gold francs. The payments began immediately. Thus began the systematic destruction of Haiti. The French government bled the nation and rendered it a failed state.Haiti was forced to pay until 1922 when the last installment was made. During the long 19th century, the payments to France amounted to up to 70 per cent of the country’s foreign exchange earnings. Haiti was crushed by this debt payment. It descended into financial and social chaos.When the Americans invaded the country in the early 20th century, one of the reasons offered was to assist the French in collecting its reparations. Haiti did not fail. It was destroyed by two of the most powerful nations on earth, both of which continue to have a primary interest in its current condition.During the 2001 UN Conference on Race in Durban, South Africa, strong representation was made to the French government to repay the 150 million francs. The value of this amount was estimated by financial actuaries as US$21 billion. This sum of capital could rebuild Haiti and place it in a position to re-engage the modern world. It was illegally extracted from the Haitian people and should be repaid. It is stolen wealth. In so doing, France could discharge its moral obligation to the Haitian people.Complete article: www.trinidadexpress….     Remember the Neruda interview 4.Dr. Neruda: “There’s a difference. The U.S. protects and defends because it can establish military bases in those regions after it is done defending. Agreements are made – sometimes without the public’s knowledge – to have military bases and protective forces therein for domestic peace issues and normalization. The U.S. has over 170 military bases on foreign soil. This number will continue to grow as dictated by this plan.   Dr. Neruda: “No. It’s because the U.S. has a global military presence and economic lever that it wields with relative virtuosity. It is skillful at aggression without appearing aggressive. It protects and defends, and sometimes it will do this in a pre-emptive strike and sometimes in a reactive countermeasure that is usually at a force response that is several fold the original intensity. America’s self interests have become the standard of the free world, and there are those who fear it will dominate to the point of imperialism.”     Are you interested in what’s really going on in the world, behind the facade? Then…www.checktheevidence… happened on 9/11?www.drjudywood.com/    

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