Dominican Government in Secret Motions to Create 20km "Deforestation Buffer" Into Haiti

After Turkey and its NATO backers suggested that a "secure line" be created 10km into Syria, where safety could be guaranteed, the Dominican ruling elite on the other side of the world realized a legal precedent had been established when it came to creating "security buffers" inside of failed states. 

A soon-to-shift landscape. UN
A newly-released documentary, Death by a Thousand Cuts, exposes the level of depredation which is affecting Dominican forests near the Haitian border, where Haitians are "clearing the trees with machetes and building ovens that slow-cook wood into lightweight black charcoal," a product which is then sold in the streets of Port-Au-Prince. 

Many members of the Dominican elite are convinced that the United Nations stabilization mission in Haiti has been a complete, unmitigated catastrophe which only, with the introduction of cholera by peacekeepers, worsened the plight of the Haitian people. 

Recent talks to bring Haiti under the fore of African Union troops has not brought much hope to the Dominican elite, and many are now utterly convinced that Haiti's fate is to be a failed state for perhaps a generation to come, thus leading some to push for the Dominican Republic to take action in dealing with what they see as a threat to the stability of the nation. 

Over 137,000 Haitians living in the Dominican Republic who had temporary residence permits which did not authorize them to work have now been asked to show proof of employment and pay 300 dollars for renewal, a sum out of reach for many of them. Most of them will be deported, creating a new city in Haiti.

The primary objective of this is to put pressure on Haiti, or what's left of its governing class, into allowing the Dominican Republic to stop what it sees as brutal deforestation, even if it means essentially annexing Haitian territory. 

The world is distracted with Brexit, and a lot is taking place under the radar of the international, corporate media, as cabals around the world put their more grandiose objectives into motion. 

Although the presence of United Nations troops in Haiti currently make Dominican plans a bit harder to carry out, it is only a question of time until they leave and the Dominican government kicks into nationalist overdrive.

Netherlands and Dominican Republic Collude to Hide Reason for Death of Dutch Newlyweds Suspected of Succumbing to Experimental Weapons

Saona Island, Dominican Republic -- Yet another cover-up surrounding a mysterious death on the Pentagon's coveted new Caribbean play park.
Paradise at risk of militarization. WKM

While the entire Dominican media immediately decided that a Dutch couple who died suspiciously while celebrating their honeymoon perished as a result of food poisoning, Abreu Report stood up and noticed that the corporate media was neglecting to mention a trip to Saona Island, where some Dominican politicians allege the US government is conducting "surveys" in order to construct a mysterious military base. 

While normally it is "conspiracy theorists" who deduce the reason for a death before an autopsy is conducted, this time the corporate media seemed to have a desperate need for finding the simplest explanation for what was an inexplicable death, since no one else was affected by food poisoning, despite dozens and dozens of people eating from the same kitchen. 

And now, after the autopsy has been conducted, there's no warning from the Dutch government about food poisoning hazards, there's no announcement of a health department investigation by the Dominican government, the Dominican police will not say if they're investigating the deaths, the Dutch government claims not to know the cause of death of its citizens abroad, and the Venema family is so far refusing to speak. 


At this point it is possible that the Venema family was fed a cover story to hide what's truly going on in Saona Island, and why the Dominican government feels the need to secretly build power plants.

Whatever is taking place down there, it requires a tremendous amount of energy, and all of the Dominican politicians who were asking questions about it had their votes dumped during the recent elections this past May, elections rife with allegations of fraud, which saw the US-pre-approved strongman Danilo Medina win with an unprecedented and impossible majority. 

We may never know exactly what caused the death of the Venemas, but one thing is clear: the US government will make sure that anyone who dies after a visit to Saona Island is conveniently kept in the shadows.

New Evidence Indicates that Jetliner with 102 Persons Onboard was Taken Out to Eliminate Family of CIA Hitman

Recently declassified top secret documents prove that the Central Intelligence Agency was so instrumental in the assassination of Rafael Trujillo, the strongman who ruled the Dominican Republic with an iron fist for more than three decades, that they not only furnished the weapons used in the plot, but also invited some of the conspirators to US soil, where they received training and guidance. 

Despite more than five decades having elapsed since The Goat, as Trujillo was known for his promiscuity, being gunned down while he sped down a highway to visit one of his mistresses, the CIA keeps the name of the conspirators who visited US soil a tightly-guarded secret, and recent revelations indicate just how prudent this is on the part of US intelligence.

Hitman whose family was hit. CDN
After Trujillo's assassination, his son Ramfis took command of the country and began systematically and brutally eliminating anyone who had taken part in the plot against his father.  

Less than a decade after Trujillo's assassination, only two of the conspirators survived, but they had been made generals for their tyrannicide, thus making any attempts to kill them somewhat difficult ordeals. 

General Imbert Barrera, the last surviving conspirator, who died just weeks ago, was wounded in 1967 after his car was hit with heavy machine gun fire. 

After the failed assassination attempt in '67, touching General Imbert Barrera became a much more difficult ordeal, and this meant that only his family could be targeted by those loyal to the former regime.

In 1970, the Dominican Republic was rocked by the worst tragedy in its history up to that point, as 102 souls perished after a DC-9 jet from the now-defunct Compañìa Dominicana de Aviaciòn exploded over shark infested waters, taking with it the wife, aunt, and daughter of General Imbert Barrera. 

According to Acento, pieces recovered from the plane accident show signs of crushing and compression, as would be consistent with an explosion. 

Although suspicion for the terror attack fell primarily on former members of the Trujillo regime, there was also speculation that the CIA itself was responsible for the attack, as it needed to keep General Imbert Barrera quiet regarding the full extent of its involvement in the assassination of the dictator, so as not to damage Dominican-American relations and potentially drawing the island closer to the Soviet Union.

Would Dominican Trujillistas kill 100-plus innocent Dominicans just to target three people related to their enemy? 

The Trujillistas were savagely brutal, but their expertise was kidnapping, torture, and machete-wielding; plane bombs have historically been the purview of large intelligence agencies, and thus history may never say whether it was the Trujillistas or the CIA who took down a jetliner with 102 people onboard.

Haitian Elite Vying for African Union Passports

The ink on the agreement between African nations isn't even dry yet and already members of Haiti's elite have gone on radio to proclaim that plans for a pan-African passport should, naturally, include them.
Coming soon to the Caribbean. WKM

Haiti, a partial member of the Caribbean Community, has been occupied by United Nations peacekeepers for over a decade, with no end in sight and little hope among the populace that the nation will transcend its status as a failed state. 

In light of the inevitable exit by the United Nations, an upending of the status quo could lead to full-blown civil war, with some leaders on the island of Hispaniola presently concerned that the United States may be backing forces which will speed up this inevitable insurgency. 

Haiti's elite have already proclaimed that the country, due to its history and people, is part of the African Union, and that this should entitle them to policing by forces of the nascent superstate. 

Haiti already enjoys observer status in the African Union, and plans are being made not just in Port-Au-Prince to draw the country closer to its African affiliates, but particularly in Washington, with the Clinton State Department having taken an active interest in an outside force other than the United Nations providing the muscle needed to pacify a cheap labor force for American and Dominican conglomerates.

Although it was the US military that personally visited former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide's home and removed him from power, the Washington elite have thus far been quite reluctant to send the US Army into slums, instead ordering the Brazilian head of the United Nations stabilization army to march into Cite Soleil and gun down Aristide's supporters. 

Perhaps Haiti's ruling elite and their Washington backers have decided that a transition from United Nations rule to African Union rule would entail little more than a change in uniform, with the added perks of a new passport.