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The International Community Stands by While Genocide Ravages Haiti

March 9, 2024 (EIRNS)—As the Haitian crisis worsens by the hour, threatening the population with death, starvation and lack of healthcare, the leaders of the “international community” in Washington, Ottawa, London and Paris is in a state of paralysis, unable to formulate a response to the genocide taking place in Haiti. Dope, Inc., the international drug-trafficking and money-laundering banking apparatus behind the gangs that have taken over Port-au-Prince, appears to be in control.

While the erstwhile Prime Minister Ariel Henry remains holed up in Puerto Rico and hasn’t spoken a word, yesterday Guyanese President Irfaan Ali, the current chair of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), summoned the ambassadors of the U.S., France, Canada and the UN to a meeting in Jamaica on March 11 to discuss the extreme violence and chaos reigning in Haiti’s capital and outlying areas. The plan, France24 reports, is to discuss “critical issues for the stabilization of security and the provision of urgent humanitarian assistance.”

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