HERE IS THE TRUTH! Pictures are worth a 1000 words, no?
Wow! Thanks for that “Supplementary Plumpy”. That’s a heinous name for emergency rations. Is that considered food in America? So, the Red Cross gave SHOTS (vaccinations?) , Plumpys, and water that makes the young boy’s belly hurt? That doesn’t spell RELIEF.
Donate Now — Volunteer Your Time — Give Blood!
“Clinton Foundation Haiti has no followers yet. Be the first one to follow”. Hmmm…why?
“Take the Clinton Foundation Climate Quiz
Apr 20, 2010 10:31 AM
President Clinton is asking everyone to help the environment and the people of Haiti. For every person who takes this quiz, $2 will be donated toward purchasing solar flashlights to those living in camps in Haiti. Our goal is for 100000 people to take this quiz, so we can deliver 20000 energy-saving flashlights to those affected by January’s earthquake”.
Thank you for your support. Shine the light on WHY hardly anything has been accomplished? Flashlights are needed to see that thousands are still living in camps 3 years after the quake in 2009.
“Credibility of U.S. Red-Cross Questioned, As Bush, Clinton Hit 7.0 Magnitude Earthquake devastated Haiti-Nation”
“Recent Event Highlights: Clayton Homes working with Clinton Foundation in Haiti, From Dock to Doctor in Six Days: Burn Rehabilitation in Haiti, Take the Clinton Foundation Climate Quiz, President Clinton’s Update on his Foundation’s Haiti Fund, Harrah’s Gives 4 $1 Million to Clinton Foundation, Clinton Foundation sends Water Purifiers to Haiti, and 79 more…
Created by dipity on Jan 13, 2010″
Where are those trailers? I did find this though — http://www.democracynow.org/2011/7/12/clinton_foundation_accused_of_sending_haiti
“A new exposé in The Nation magazine reveals that trailers the Clinton Foundation donated to post-earthquake Haiti to use as temporary classrooms—and to double as hurricane shelters—are plagued by mold, shoddy construction. In at least one case, an air quality test revealed worrying levels of formaldehyde. The trailers were built by the same company that is being sued in the United States for providing formaldehyde-laced trailers to displaced residents after Hurricane Katrina. We speak with the journalists who broke this story, Isabel Macdonald and Isabeau Doucet. “What does it say about the reconstruction efforts in Haiti, if the very first project approved by the commission that’s supposed to ensure accountability and transparency in Haiti’s rebuilding passes this kind of project?” says Macdonald. “Bill Clinton himself has his hands all over it, and he is the co-chair of this commission that is supposed to ensure that Haiti is ‘built back better.’”
The Link below found on Wayne Madsen’s Report is what spurred me to put up this post: