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Haiti’s Earthquake and The Aristide Plan

What Have Haiti’s Earthquake Unmasked?

Haiti’s Voters, on Sunday, October 25, 2015, will go to the polls to choose among the 54 candidates seeking to become their next president. The mainstream media like to depict Haiti as the hemisphere’s poorest nation; however, geophysicists believe that Haiti is sitting on one of the world’s richest unexplored zones for hydrocarbons-oil and gas outside the Middle East, possibly orders of magnitude greater than that of nearby Venezuela.

In in 2004 former President Aristide developed and published in book form describing his national development plans. Aristide’s plan was to implement a public-private partnership to ensure that the development of Haiti’s oil, gold and other valuable resources would benefit the national economy and the broader population.

Moving forward, if individuals seeking to be the next President of Haiti don’t embrace the Aristide’s plan, they will have no moral rights or legitimacy to govern the Haitian people.

The Jan. 12, 2010 earthquake that killed more than 150,000 of Haiti’s beloved people unmasked some sinister secrets that most in the West have known for years. The earthquake revealed that Haiti has oil reserves the size of Venezuela’s or larger. Moreover, Haiti also has gigantic resources of Gold & Minerals like Iridium. For many years, the world community has labeled Haiti the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere at the time suppressing the news of its wealth. Continue reading Haiti’s Earthquake and The Aristide Plan