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    Clintons Made Sure Haiti Remains A Tihshole . . .

    The Clintons up to their old tricks . . . stealing millions from Haiti.

    President Trump calls it like he sees "em. That is the "NuYawka" in him. Too bad the rest of you don't see this.

    Yep, Haiti is still a tihshole. The uppity slaves had the only successful revolution and now you see after affects of a government full of slave spawn.


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    Its always been a $#@!hole, Haiti, Mexico, Africa their govts do NOTHING for their people, many live in squalor and are victimes of drug cartels in africa mass genocide.

    Trump could have and should have used different terminology but the fact remails they are $#@!holes and to say that isnt racist its just fricken true
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shady Slim View Post
    The Clintons up to their old tricks . . . stealing millions from Haiti.

    President Trump calls it like he sees "em. That is the "NuYawka" in him. Too bad the rest of you don't see this.

    Yep, Haiti is still a tihshole. The uppity slaves had the only successful revolution and now you see after affects of a government full of slave spawn.


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    From the same article posted on May 20, 2014, Mr. Barack Hussein Obama was U.S. President, and Ms. Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State, but too many on the left feel these people were so very right.

    If this happened under Donald Trump's administration, the leftist corporate media would never stop reminding the world of it! How much, if so, was stashed in off-shore bank accounts? Is the money racist?


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    Four years after a magnitude 7.0 earthquake toppled the capital city of Port-au-Prince and heavily damaged other parts of the country, hundreds of millions of dollars from the State Department’s U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), allocated to the IHRC, are gone. Hundreds of millions more to the IHRC from international donors have also been spent. Left behind is a mishmash of low quality, poorly thought-out development experiments and half-finished projects.

    Haitians are angry, frustrated and increasingly suspicious of the motives of the IHRC and of its top official, Mr. Clinton. Americans might feel the same way if they knew more about this colossal failure. One former Haitian official puts it this way: “I really cannot understand how you could raise so much money, put a former U.S. president in charge, and get this outcome.”
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    Taiwan to build Haiti power grid...

    Taiwan to build Haiti power grid
    Thu, Aug 02, 2018 - FORMAT: The project is to be financed via an official development assistance loan, using a Taiwanese bank, with a Taiwanese firm serving as contractor
    Taiwan and Haiti are expected to sign an agreement by the end of this year for the construction of a power grid in Port-au-Prince to alleviate the Caribbean nation’s energy supply problems, a high-level government official said. It would be Taiwan’s first official development assistance (ODA) loan to a diplomatic ally, the official said on condition of anonymity. The project, which would reportedly cost NT$4.5 billion (US$146.98 million), is one of the initiatives being discussed by a bilateral high-level task force that was established to draft new terms of cooperation in accordance with a consensus reached between President Tsai Ing-wen and Haitian President Jovenel Moise during his visit to Taiwan in May.


    The project includes the construction and renovation of substations and transmission towers, as well as the provision of maintenance training to local personnel, the official said. “The project is to be executed in the form of an ODA, under which a Taiwanese bank would provide a commercial loan to the Haitian government and the project would be contracted to a Taiwanese construction firm,” the official said, adding that the project is expected to take at least two years to complete, based on reconnaissance trips.


    Both sides are keen to finalize negotiations on the project as soon as possible, as improving Haiti’s power supply was one of Moise’s key campaign promises, the official said. Amid China’s growing efforts to poach Taiwan’s diplomatic allies — luring four in the past two years — the official said that the government is hoping to demonstrate to the leaders of its allies that “we are as good as our word” by quickly starting work on the project. The government has warned its allies against Beijing’s pledges of large sums of monetary aid, which it said do not always materialize.


    It is considering facilitating trade through a public-private partnership model to better consolidate its relations with diplomatic allies, rather than simply encouraging local businesses to invest in the nation’s allies, the official said. “Our existing cooperative schemes with our diplomatic allies are mostly designed to improve the well-being of their people, but we are now also seeking to strengthen our trade relations by bringing the public and private sectors together,” the official said, adding that targeted sectors might include the industrial, agricultural and infrastructure sectors.


    http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/taiw.../02/2003697830

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