If you’re an old school epidemiologist like me, you will notice that there are a few discrepancies in the conventional wisdom discussed at Conspiracy Theory: Haiti EarthQuake Natural or Man Made? – not only in the data that’s there, but moreover in the data that’s not there.
Let’s just assume that a 7.0 magnitude earthquake naturally hit Port-au-Prince with pinpoint accuracy. Let us also assume that 7.0 magnitude earthquake was somehow not the result of a techtonic plate shift which would inevitably lead to a tsunami. That disaster looked pretty dry to me last time I saw it.
The thing is, according to conventional logic as you saw at Haiti EarthQuake Natural or Man Made, that entire Hispaniola Island is on a fault zone. Earthquakes happen when fault zones shift. When those shifting fault zones are under water, the law of physics causes the body of water to suddenly shift, which causes a tsunami.
Let’s just assume then that the fault zone only shifted by one millimeter. Over thousands of square miles, that’s still equivalent to millions of gallons of waters suddenly shifting direction, but noone in Haiti complained of water damage from any tsunami. Let’s just assume that Haiti got “lucky” by suffering no further damage that usually follows an earthquake.
Other than the weak buildings that would have been knocked over anyway with the next earthquake, it seems to me according to the data that the Haitians have been suffering in subjugation for about a century already. Only now, are the US and other parties of the UN throwing their attention at Haiti. OK.
What about the rest of the world? Haiti looks war ravaged, right? What about the middle east where it really is war ravaged? Why aren’t the supermarkets asking for donations for displaced and suffering civilians in the middle east?
Have you ever seen a “harlequin baby?” These are children born hopelessly crippled, deformed and usually die right away because they’ve been poisoned in the womb by depleted uranium. This is what’s happening in the middle east.
When is the last time any supermarket has asked you for a donation for suffering civilians in the middle east? The difference is that the US, or more specifically, US banks own Haiti, therefore, Obama has no qualms about “pledging $100 million to Haiti.” That’s not out of his pocket. That’s not out of the banker’s pockets either who owns Haiti. If you’re an American, that’s out of your pocket and mine.
Why should you and I donate to Haiti when Obama has already pledged so much in our names to a country that belongs to the country’s largest financial firm? What is Citibank doing for Haiti? If they’re doing anything, you can bet your bottom dollar, they’re not doing it with their money. Oops, I just remembered – I have an account with Citibank.
Better yet, have you noticed how U.S. gas prices are rising again? Those are extra taxes to help pay for the Illuminati “War on Terror” in the middle east. How many doctors and nurses have pledged their time to the middle east where people have been suffering for much longer? You think those extra taxes are going to doctors and nurses or more weapons and war machines?
Here’s a better question: How many corporations have pledged their resources to the middle east in the name of “rebuilding?” Who’s really taking over Iraq?
Personally, I see no reason why anyone would want to hit Haiti with a manmade earthquake; Haiti was already in a shambles. Now, it’s even more in a shambles. BUT, Haiti has served as one hell of a distraction – exactly what a magician would do as he works his magic else where…
Does anyone else care or know what’s going on with the rest of the world? Besides the decrepid economy, how much more money are you losing now because of Haiti and the Middle East? There are many peoples suffering in this world – including our own. Who deserves help more?
Like Jesse Ventura eloquently repeated in his global warming episode of Conspiracy Theory, “follow the money” to find out what’s really going on.
Don’t just jump on the bandwagon. Follow your conscience. Otherwise, follow the money (and the power) to discover for yourself what’s really happening in the world today.
Thanks for your time.
P.S. I’m a life sympathiser. If you’re suffering, you deserve a healing. If you’ve been suffering worse than the other person, you deserve a healing more. That’s my logic.
P.S.S. Next post, I’ll talk about bioenergetics, not ethics, I promise.