From Globalism to the Antichrist (Part 8)


By Guy R. Mompoint

Oct 2018

 

Twenty First Century Haitians

Ayisyen 21èm Syèk

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Message #8

 

Hello friend,

We are examining the second theme of the Globalists procedure manual: “Finance and Economics”. We spent time, albeit briefly, talking about Taxation and International Financial Institutions in Message #7. Business & Trade will be our subject in Messages #8 and #9.

Business & Trade

"Competition is a sin."- Globalist, John D. Rockefeller

Corporate Control of Everything

Through control of the global multinational corporations, their public - private partnerships and interlocking corporate directorships, the elites seek ownership/control over everything that control every aspect of society - chiefly water, power and food.

Cartels / Monopoly

Money cartels, oil cartels, food cartels, water cartels. You name it, any key strategic resource required to control and dominate society, a cartel of wealthy elites are seeking to own all resources in every important sector of society.

Regional Harmonization

To facilitate global government and the dominance of global multinational corporations it is necessary to eliminate national boundaries and create the super states of Europe, Africa, and America. This will allow the corporations and their owners to further consolidate power and control of the masses while at the same time maximizing corporate profits.

Globalization of Poverty

In order to establish dominance over the entire planet and its populations, the elite must create a society of equally impoverished slaves. This necessitates the elimination of the middle class and the concentration of wealth in private hands. As such, the United States as the driving force of the world economy must be destroyed and all populations impoverished to bring about the global plantation.

This close-to-home example will draw the picture for us:

In 1994 the Haitian government enters into a new agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) that contains a “medium-term structural adjustment strategy” which “included sweeping trade liberalization measures’. In 1995 when this agreement goes into effect, Haiti’s tariffs on rice imports are cut dramatically from 35% to the current level of 3%. The reduction in tariffs dooms Haiti, which was previously self-sufficient in terms of rice, to become the ‘dumping ground’ for rice from the United States and Vietnam. In 1993, US president Bill Clinton pushed for a company from his state, Riceland Foods, to sign a lucrative contract with the Haitian government, led then by Prime Minister Marc Bazin, with the approval and support of Jean-Bertrand Aristide the exiled president. Riceland dumps more than sixteen thousand metric tons of rice monthly is a heavily subsidized business in the U.S. The Haitian market has been a boost to the entire U.S. rice industry as well as Riceland's own export trade. Riceland accounts for about half of all rice exports to Haiti. How much of our products do the Americans import? This is NOT the Free, Fair and Reciprocal Trade that current US President Donald Trump speaks of in his Administration. Haiti has a one-way agreement with ALL countries it trades with: All Import, no Export!

Question: Why isn’t the Haitian government pursuing new trade agreements with the US? Why not seek Reciprocal Trade just as President Trump is demanding for his country?

Answer: Because those who profit from the status quo would vehemently oppose such plan. Follow the money, ALWAYS!

It’s not incompetence and lack of understanding that keep Haitian leaders from desiring to make “Haiti First, and wanting to “Make Haiti Great at Last”! It is rather complicity and corruption.

In a 2013 article titled “Subsidizing Starvation”: How American tax dollars are keeping Arkansas rice growers fat on the farm and starving millions of Haitians, Maura R. O’Connor makes the following revelation:

*In the wake of Haiti’s devastating 7.0-magnitude earthquake exactly three years ago, former U.S. President Bill Clinton issued an unusual and now infamous apology. Calling his subsidies to American rice farmers in the 1990s a mistake because it undercut rice production in Haiti, Clinton said he had struck a "devil’s bargain" that ultimately resulted in greater poverty and food insecurity in Haiti.

"It may have been good for some of my farmers in Arkansas, but it has not worked," he said. "I have to live every day with the consequences of the lost capacity to produce a rice crop in Haiti to feed those people, because of what I did."

Meanwhile, for the last year a piece of U.S. legislation that could have arguably changed the playing field for Haiti’s farmers has been stalled in Washington, D.C. A new $500 billion, five-year farm bill that might have cut subsidies to American rice farmers was never passed. And in the final hours of 2012, politicians extended the old one for another nine months.

The move effectively kicked the can down the road for changes to America’s decades-old agricultural policies — changes that could represent the first challenge to the "devil’s bargain" Haiti and Arkansas have been a part of for so long.*

Haitian farmers cannot compete with cheap imports of subsidized rice from the United States and many have gone out of business, leading to massive unemployment and greatly increased poverty; yet, politicians, both in the US and in Haiti are collecting hundreds of thousand dollars on a monthly basis at the detriment of rice growers, their employees, families and communities.

Do you see how that works?

 

Thank you for reading.

 

Guy

 

Reminder: That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved. 10 For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness; and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation. (Romans 10:9,10).

 

* Some passages and assessments contained in this text were inspired by or quoted from articles/posts read on sites such as Conservative Tree House, the Globalist Agenda and others.

About the author:

 

Guy R. Mompoint is the leader of OSS Ministry, an Evangelical Non-Profit Organization in Haiti, incorporated in the State of Florida since 1998. He is completing a “March of Repentance” in all 10 departments, 145 Communes, and 576 Communal Sections in Haiti. Yet, the most important project currently undertaken by Guy is the New Testament Creole translation of the Original King James Version Bible, along with a recorded reading of all 66 books. Contact Guy at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

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