The Clintons in Haiti – The largest charity fraud every attempted
EXPOSED: How The Clintons Likely STOLE BILLIONS From World’s Poorest – Charles Ortel
Published on Jun 19, 2016
Investor and financial crimes researcher Charles Ortel joins me to uncover what he is calling “the “largest unprosecuted charity fraud ever attempted.” Charles reports that the Clinton Foundation is part of an “international charity fraud network whose entire cumulative scale approaches and may even exceed $100 billion, measured from 1997 forward.” And the most shocking aspect of the Clinton Foundation’s missing Billions is that much of it was stolen from those who need it most, the world’s poorest of the poor. Along with the Bush crime family, the Clintons formed The Clinton-Bush Haiti Fund after the devastating 2010 Haiti earthquake. Charles says, “What the Clintons have done, is they are stealing the people’s physical gold in Haiti, as well as perhaps stealing or diverting massive sums that were sent towards Haiti and refusing to make an accounting for it.”
This is a story of fraud and corruption so vast in scope that it should result in putting the Clintons in prison, not back in the White House.
You can get the very latest research from Charles, including 40 soon-to-be-released research reports about Clinton Foundation fraud, by visiting him at his site CharlesOrtel.com
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Posted – Apr 26, 2012 @ 05:29
The Truth About Haiti: The Bush & Clinton Presidencies (Cahill, Robinson, Blum)
Uploaded by NaziPolice on Jan 20, 2010
WARNING: DO NOT SEND MONEY TO HAITI THRU GEORGE BUSH OR BILL CLINTON!
1844 – Dominican Republic declares its independence from Haiti.
1863 – U.S. President Abraham Lincoln recognizes Haiti and allows trade for the first time.
1904 – Haiti celebrates 100 years of independence.
1915 – U.S. forces occupy Haiti; they will stay until 1934.
1930 – First full democratic elections in Haiti; Stenio Vincent elected.
1937 – Dominican dictator Rafael Trujillo orders the expulsion of Haitians working in his country. Between 17,000 and 35,000 are killed.
1957 – Francois Duvalier, a doctor, is elected president. “Papa Doc” establishes one of the most brutal dictatorships in Haitian history. His rule is enforced by a militia commonly-known as Tonton Macoutes.
1971- Duvalier dies; his son takes power and is proclaimed President-for-Life, like is father.
1974 – The Haitian national soccer team participates in the World Cup.
1986 – Unrest leads the military to oust “Baby Doc” and his kleptocratic clan.
1990 – Jean-Bertrand Aristide, a former Catholic priest is elected with 67% of the vote.
1991 – Aristide is ousted in a coup that many Haitians believe was financed by the business elite.
1994 – Backed by a UN resolution, the Clinton Administration restores Aristide to power.
1996 – René Préval elected President; he is seen as a stand-in for Aristide.
2000- Aristide elected President again after much-disputed parliamentary elections.
2004 – Aristide leaves under pressure of an armed rebellion; he claims the U.S. kidnapped him and shipped him out.
2006 – Préval elected again. A UN peacekeeping force in Haiti since 2003 grows to 9,000 troops.
2008 – Unrest erupts as Haitians riot against high food prices.
2010 – January 12 – An earthquake with a magnitude of 7.0 devastates Port-au-Prince and damages much of Haiti.