Open Conspiracy: Haitian Elite Want to Export 200,000 Migrants Per Year In Order to "Alleviate Poverty"

In years past, certain open border proponents would ridicule "far-right" Dominicans for alleging that the Haitian ruling elite were heavily involved in a conspiracy to passively invade the Dominican Republic. The preachers for open borders, however, no longer have the guts to criticize Dominican nationalists, since Haiti's own newspapers are now openly suggesting that the country export 200,000 citizens per year, with the hope that it can reduce the number of poor in the nation and increase remittances. 

Dominican hospital at the border; soon to be every hospital? El Nacional
The large-circulation Haitian daily, Le Nouvelliste, recently called for 200,000 people to leave Haiti, with the Dominican Republic serving as the most obvious relocation destination. 

As it currently stands, there are already more Haitians in the Dominican Republic per km² than there are "Brazilians in Brazil, Argentinians in Argentina, and Americans in North America," with the guaranteed certainty that Haitian emigration at a level as called for by Le Nouvelliste will result in the demographic death of the Dominican people in less than two decades. 

The population of the Dominican Republic is expected to peak at 12 million in the 2070s -- rising from its current 11 million -- after which point it is expected to begin a natural decline. The arrival of 2 million people over the next decade will completely derail every single long-term infrastructure plan which the Dominican government has in place, a derailment which will be exacerbated by the significantly-higher birth rate of newly-arrived Haitian nationals.

The United States, French Guiana, Suriname, the Bahamas, and multiple other nations have not only closed their borders to new Haitian arrivals, but they have also just started deporting those living in their territories in an irregular manner.

In criticizing the Obama administration's decision to begin deporting Haitian nationals who would have until recently been protected from deportation due to a hiatus established just shorty after the devastating 2010 earthquake, the oldest Dominican daily, Listin Diario, wrote that Mr. Obama was placing the Dominican Republic under grave danger. 

This past summer, the Dominican government was slated to begin deporting 142,000 people, mostly for failure to pay the 300 dollar residence permit renewal fee, but President Danilo Medina decided at the last hour that Haiti had not recovered sufficiently from the 2010 earthquake to handle the mass deportation of its nationals from another country.

The United Nations peacekeeping force in Haiti has just been given its last 6-month mandate, after which point the stability of the decade-plus failed state will be left up to its 13,000 police officers, a monumental endeavor for which they may not be completely up to the task. 

The hardcore criminals the United States will soon start sending to Haiti will simply cross the border and get jobs in the DR, hiding among the stream of the hundreds of thousands of destitute people which the Port-Au-Prince elite are openly plotting to ship abroad.

Future Dominican call center employee?
Among these criminals will be men like Jean Jacques, who served 15 year in jail for murder and should have been deported to Haiti, but the Haitian government refuses to recognize him as one of its citizens. 

Mr. Jacques would later go on to butcher a Connecticut woman, much in the same way that a thousand other Jean Jacques will butcher in the Dominican Republic, with the Haitian government also refusing to recognize its citizens, many of whom have recently started pretending to be from the Congo in order to get preferential treatment when traveling across the Americas.

The elite of most countries aspire to export advanced technological gadgets or great works of art, but it seems that the Haitian elite aspire to export misery and poverty, with the hope that it can solve the country's overpopulation crisis. Haiti may indeed lift itself from its current status as a failed state, but it will remain the poorest nation in the Western Hemisphere even if it exports 2 million citizens over the next decade. In the process, however, the Dominican Republic will be knocked down a few notches, and could soon see itself bankrupt in the dark like Puerto Rico and crime-ridden like Nicaragua.

Guardian Misplaces Blame for Deforestation Problem on Hispaniola

The film "Death By A Thousand Cuts" will premiere on the 1st of October at the Raindance Film Festival in London. I've been waiting to see some of the positions of the film's directors. 

I happened to glance in a recently published article by the Guardian what this non Dominican makes of all of this. I'm particularly over-protective when non-Dominicans create content like a film and control our narrative, especially with all the defamation we face. In the first paragraph of the Guardian's article you find the word "xenophobia," which is always used against Dominicans.

The article goes on to speak about how the two nations have managed their natural resources, and so on. The deforestation images from the border go back to the 80's. The Dominican Republic has protected its forests very well. Satellite images show one very green side to the Island, while the other side looks desolate. 

I think something Mr. Jake Kheel said was interesting. He said that "inequality" of resources was creating violent conflicts. Keyword "inequality," which to some may hint at unfair, and of course racial undertones. 

However, is this inequality the fault of the Dominicans? No, it is not! A lot of regular folks and those in the media seem to feel that the Dominicans are responsible for Haiti's current problems. The DR is not the global scapegoat for whatever happened after the 2010 earthquake, or before it. 

However, some people will have it no other way, even at the expense of poor Dominicans, who already have enough problems with which to contend.

The article then goes on to quote an NGO leader who alleges that racial patriotism is the cause of the tensions on the border, saying that Dominicans see themselves as Spanish and White, while the Haitians are seen as black, French and are associated with voodoo. She also said, in not so many words, that the Dominican ruling elite keep this rhetoric alive.

However, I beg to differ on this... patriotism is not the cause of deforestation in Haiti: negligence and misuse of natural resources is. As more and more Haitians come to the other side of the island, it is logical that Dominicans will have their guard up, because, as Mr. Kheel said, this inequality brings violence. 

After slavery was abolished in the US, former slavers came in to do business, with several American companies importing a massive number of black workers from the West Indies to work the sugar plantations. 

Dominicans weren't hired in their own country because of cheap foreign labor. And this was at the inception of the small nation. You see how capitalism works? The new hustle is deforestation of the other side of the island. All of this going on while the country is being inundated with illegal immigration. Mr. Kheel said he would like to see "bi-national" action stopping the problem. However, this feels like more of the fusionist agenda to me. It reeks of "justify and blame." 

There's no accountability, it sounds more like Its all the Dominicans' fault. Hopefully, the film isn't as bad as the Guardian quotes.

By: El Conde

When Your Oppressor Wears the Cloak of the Oppressed

Many corners of the world are at war. There is blood being spilled in some of those battles around the world, but by no means do they all resemble traditional conflicts. 

The Russians didn't start this fracas to reshape the world order, but the Kremlin's hybrid war in Crimea may come to epitomize the way things shall get done. 

In Crimea, soldiers without insignia, "volunteers," arrived with the world's most powerful signals jamming equipment, while backed by the full might of Russia's global propaganda machine. The people of Crimea could not communicate to the world what was happening to them; the Kremlin was largely responsible for shaping the narrative. 

By the time Russia's annexation of Crimea was complete, many people around the world were sure that the European Union and Ukraine were working in collaboration with the CIA to take away Russia's access to its Crimean naval base, that the treason was so blatant to the people of Russian descent in the region that they decided to fight in order to rejoin Moscow's sphere.

Although annexing parts of a foreign country goes against the 4th Geneva Convention, the shared Soviet history of Russia and Ukraine and the population make-up of Crimea means that there's little the international community can do to stomp down Moscow's claims. 

There's so little the international community can do to deny Russia's right to rule over Crimea that Donald Trump, the man who could soon be President of the United States, will almost certainly legitimize the Kremlin's rule over its former Soviet area of control.

In much the same way that Moscow has used its history with Ukraine to justify an annexation of Crimea, so too does it appear that the Haitian elite are plotting to re-take what is currently Dominican territory. 
Emperor Faustin I: A man who "defended" himself from oppression

Although Dominicans, owing to their lighter skin, are the ones who are today regularly portrayed as the "oppressors of black people" by the social-justice-warrior-compliant corporate media, the history of the island of Hispaniola is actually one of a numerically superior, more militarily-experienced and adept Haitian empire ruling over the Dominican people, who during their war of independence from Haiti in 1844 were merely 8,000 souls. 

At a time when the Dominican Republic could only raise 2,000 men, the Haitian emperor, Faustin I, commanded an invasion army of more than ten times as many experienced soldiers.

Today, the Haitian elite, many descended from the very same French-speaking elite who oversaw the occupation of the Dominican Republic, are openly plotting to re-annex their neighbor. 

To the French-speaking Haitian elite, Creole and Spanish speakers on the island of Hispaniola are just the same: mongrels to be subjugated and dominated.

Aiding in this re-annexationist plot is none other than the Secretary General of the Organization of American States, Luis Almagro, who just last year was nearly declared persona non grata in the Dominican Republic after publicly claiming that there was no space for two governments on one single island. 

Indeed, those words of death to Dominican sovereignty came from the head of the same organization that just months ago apologized for authorizing the 1965 US invasion of the Dominican Republic, which overthrew the socialist government of Juan Bosch, whose Dominican Liberation Party is back in power today. 

The Dominican Republic has never invaded Haiti, nor ruled over Haiti, nor are there Dominican citizens living in Haiti demanding to be recognized as Haitian citizens -- an impossibility due to the Haitian Constitution being jus sanguinis and recognizing only the right of blood -- yet Dominicans are expected to acquiesce to a passive invasion. 

Haitians are poor today, but so was Russia after the collapse of the Soviet Union. In the same way that the KGB elite have remained in power until this day, busy plotting against the world, so do the same hereditary Haitian mulatto elite plot their domination over the entire island of Hispaniola. 

Should electoral chaos lead to civil war in Haiti in the coming weeks, the Dominican government may have to deal with millions of "refugees" attempting to cross the border, who once settled will become a fifth column that will serve as future justification for finishing what Emperor Faustin I set out to do: exterminate the Dominican people so that Haitian rule over the island can never be challenged again. 

Caricom Hypocrisy Exposed as Haitian Refugee Crisis Intensifies

Doors are being slammed in the face of poor Haitians all over the world, and one can only wonder if we will see such fierce media backlash against these countries; you know, like the kind the Dominican Republic received globally for trying to enforce immigration laws and have its sovereignty respected.

Masses of undocumented migrants passively invaded the Dominican Republic, with the government responding as any sovereign nation would, only to be demonized in the media as a racist country.

In Chile, Panama, Mexico, and Columbia just a couple of thousand Haitians in-transit have authorities panicking. Let's also not forget the other islanders over at Caricom like the Bahamas, Guyana, et al, who treat Haitians, their fellow Caricom member, no different, dispensing inhumane treatment, with images of irregular migrants carried off like cattle in trailers by immigration officials causing shock.

These other nations have closed their doors without worrying about a media backlash, but such wasn't the case for the Dominican Republic.

One wonders about the European nations who colluded to wreak havoc in the Caribbean, even putting out a film distorting the narrative on the island of Hispaniola, alleging that statelessness could be possible in a place full of dual-nationals.

What do all of these countries have in common? They were all a part of the "Dominicans are racist" campaign which surged after the Dominican government clarified in 2013 that it would not dispense residence permits to the children of undocumented foreigners.

These countries also had the audacity to publish slander in every place possible, while calling for a boycott of the Dominican Republic, accusing Dominicans of being racist for attempting to deal with an overwhelming number of undocumented migrants.

Caricom was busy calling Dominican immigration laws "ethnic cleansing" and using the race card on the masses in social media -- who love to reach for the moon -- because for these other nations, the solution to the Haitian problem is to simply throw it upon the Dominicans.
"How long before we have a million Haitians in Chile?"

And if the Dominican government stands up for itself, they're called racist in every global forum and media platform available. However, Dominicans are and have been speaking out through protests, social media, and publishing their own content, working to counteract the non-stop attacks on their people.

Highlighting Dominican racial tones is the go-to attack method for the anti-Dominican crowd. It's truly the only way they can even engage us with their ludicrous claims.

Recently, 50,000 signatures were delivered by Amnesty International in the Dominican Republic, begging the DR to recognize undocumented foreigners. This kind of lunacy is what you will see from open border proponents, who would rather invade and destabilize without firing a single shot.

On the heels of this latest subversive attempt to pressure Dominicans comes the bombshell that the global face of "statelessness" in the DR, Juliana Deguis Pierre, was used by the anti-Dominican media and discarded.

Ms. Pierre claimed that NGOs who were a part of the campaign against Constitutional Tribunal decision 168-13, which clarified that she was not entitled to Dominican citizenship due to her parents having been in-transit in the country when she was born, profited from her.

Once the predatory, anti-Dominican NGOs used her up, Ms. Pierre says they wouldn't even help her with the leaks on the roof in her shack and were more interested in using her image and likeness in their statelessness campaign.

After the devastating 2010 earthquake leveled Port-Au-Prince, the Dominican Republic went above and beyond in helping its neighbor, but shortly thereafter an invasion began; it started with fake documents which enabled many of today's anti-Dominican activists to travel abroad and attack the DR in global forums. 

The Dominican Electoral Commission made it clear to the Organization of American States that a large number of Haitian nationals who entered the Dominican Republic after the 2010 earthquake were being paraded as individuals born on Dominican soil, something which serves as the perfect cover for all of the bullshit with which we are currently dealing. 

Economic migrants are merely being used as pawns in this situation by NGOs, but the fact that needy migrants are making their way to the DR doesn't justify the lies and attempts to destabilize the lives of poor Dominicans. 

And now, the same nations that attacked us are slamming doors in the faces of struggling Haitians. Yet Dominicans are the bad guys, right? 

On the 23rd of this month, George Soros and his Open Society are holding another anti-Dominican panel in Washington D.C, where they'll bash Dominican law without providing solutions. 

Mr. Soros is a rich lunatic who wishes for open borders around the world regardless of the lives that may be lost in the process. Mr. Soros believes in opening doors by force as long as it's not the one in his gated community. It is not DR's responsibility to provide documents to its neighbors due to the negligence of the Haitian government.

By: El Conde