These people are thieves and monsters, said Haitian aid worker Gary Heavin
The nation of Haiti could easily serve as the most visibly damning evidence of the most despicable type of self-enrichment and grand theft known as “disaster capitalism.”
Mr. Heavin, well-known as the producer of the popular film AmeriGeddon knows first-hand what has been and is taking place, as he is an eyewitness not just to the devastation, but to the criminal graft, pay-to-play and personal enrichment upon the backs of the most vulnerable. The Clinton Foundation and Hillary Clinton have reportedly collected $2 billion in relief funds, but there is little-to-nothing to show for it for the victims in Haiti.
As the Clinton Global Initiative has been AWOL to the Haitian people most impacted by the natural disasters, Gary Heavin is singlehandedly operating his own disaster relief effort that he is personally underwriting. He is running up to three of his personal aircraft per day, transporting aid, food, water and medical supplies to the victims in Haiti, while air-transporting the wounded so they can receive the urgent medical care they need.
Using his own money and planes, Mr. Heavin is feeding about ten thousand children per day. As he travels to the areas where the need is greatest, he reports that “there is no Clinton Foundation presence here whatsoever. None. No aircraft, no delivery of food, water or supplies. The Clinton Foundation is still collecting money, but there is no money coming from the Clinton Foundation. Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation has committed and continue to commit one of the greatest thefts in the history of the world against the most vulnerable people,” said Mr. Heavin.
He is acting as a “one-man United Nations,” and before it is all said and done, will perhaps have spent as much of his own money as the United Nations. His efforts stand out in the absence of the Clinton Foundation, which has reportedly received some $2 billion earmarked for humanitarian aid.
Disaster Capitalism & the Clinton Connections
The devastation caused by the natural disasters in Haiti is difficult to imagine. The 7.0 magnitude earthquake that struck Haiti on January 12, 2010 was one of the most catastrophic humanitarian disasters in modern history. Incredibly, despite $13.34 billion in international aid, it still is.
The death toll from the earthquake is estimated at over a quarter of a million people, and left at least another 750,000 without homes – about ten percent of the population. An additional 300,000 people were injured by the quake or have become sick due to secondary problems, such as infections related to unsanitary conditions that continue despite the massive aid. In the year following the earthquake, approximately 9,000 deaths were attributed to cholera due to such uncorrected unsanitary conditions. In the wake of the 2016 hurricane, such conditions continue today.
Before the earthquake, Bill Clinton was named Special UN Envoy to Haiti. Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State. Following the earthquake, the international community raised $13 billion in relief funding to help the battered nation. It was the official role of the U.S. Department of State to oversee the distribution of the aid money via USAID– under Cheryl Mills, then Chief of Staff to Hillary Clinton during her tenure as Secretary of State.
Four days after the 2010 earthquake, Hillary Clinton made a brief visit in Haiti to “survey the damage.” A few days later, Bill Clinton arrived in Haiti and met with politicians and businessmen. Bill Clinton, along with then Haitian Prime Minister Jean-Max Bellerive, were named as co-chairs of the Interim Haiti Recovery Commission (IHRC), a 12-member commission to ensure that no one took advantage of the situation. It was their job to oversee the disaster relief efforts.
Shortly thereafter, the rank-and-file membership of the IHRC documented that they were being deliberately omitted from the decision-making process – the very process that was created to ensure that the money was being used properly.
By way of their respective positons as Secretary of State and Co-Chair of the IHRC, however, Hillary and Bill Clinton became gatekeepers of the recovery funds intended to rebuild Haiti.
Wikileaks Cable Reveals “Post-Quake Gold Rush!”
A secret cable from US Ambassador Kenneth Merten dated February 1, 2010 was obtained by WikiLeaks. The cable proclaimed a post-quake “gold rush” described by Ambassador Merten as Haitians were still being pulled from the rubble. Since then, USAID has doled out nearly $200 million in relief and reconstruction contracts and projects.
Projects were indeed started, but they had little to do with helping the most devastated areas. Instead, they were “pet” projects that included a gold mining company, VCS Mining, where Tony Rodham, Hillary Clinton’s brother, was named a member of the board. This project, the first mining company to be granted authorization to search for gold, was far removed from the affected area. Additionally, VCS mining had little experience in such mining endeavors.
And then there was the much celebrated “Caracol,” an industrial park that was sold to the public as a way to create jobs. Among the luminaries to sell and celebrate the idea to the West were Sean Penn, Ben Stiller, and of course Bill and Hillary Clinton at the grand opening of the Caracol Industrial Park, where 65,000 jobs were promised. Instead, only 5,000 jobs to date were actually created. Equally disturbing, none of those jobs helped any of those displaced by the earthquake, although paid dividends to Clinton Foundation supporters and donors.
This travesty, among others – many others – is exposed by Peter Schweizer in his book Clinton Cash.
People are not getting the true story [about relief efforts in Haiti]. The media has censoring what is taking place for one reason only, to protect Hillary Clinton, the Clinton Foundation and their associates as she campaigned for the office of U.S. President.
“These people are thieves and monsters,” stated Mr. Heavin in reference to the Clintons and their associates in recent interviews with Dave Hodges of The Common Sense Show and Joe Biggs of InfoWars.
Through the Clinton Foundation and the Clinton Global Initiative, the Clintons collected two billion dollars, but the people who lost their homes remain homeless and are forced to live in tents crafted from plastic and whatever material is available. There is still no running water and the conditions are unsanitary for most of the 1.4 million people who live on the western peninsula, a stretch of land about 100 miles long and 15 miles wide.
In most places in the areas impacted by the earthquake, hardly anything has been done. People are getting sick from cholera and dying. Homes remain destroyed. Families are living a nightmare.
Instead of helping the affected, lucrative contracts have been granted to Clinton Foundation and CGI associates, funneling money away from where it is most needed and intended to special interests fueled by pay-to-play schemes.
Meanwhile, the American media remains shamelessly silent or worse, creating a false narrative that depicts improvements in areas unaffected by the disasters with overpriced and over-budgeted projects by people, groups and corporations that have donated to the Clintons.
The Epicenter of Corruption – The Clinton Foundation & Hillary Clinton
If people could see what is going on in Haiti, they would be outraged, according to Gary Heavin. The true story is not being told. This is a two-billion-dollar grand theft. “These People Are Thieves and Monsters,” stated Mr. Heavin, for he’s been in the belly of the beast, doing everything in his power to save as many people as possible.