|Victim of Bill Clinton, weapon of George Soros. El Nacional|
The war against humanity is ramping up as globalist agents fear President Donald Trump will soon crack down on the international crime families whose banks launder money for the major drug cartels, the same hereditary criminal syndicates who've shaken Haiti down to the last tree. Not content with financing Antifa radicals hellbent on destabilizing the United States, George Soros and his ilk have now decided to add Puerto Rico into the mix, as a directed wave of Haitian migrants claiming statelessness is set to cause a deluge in the small Caribbean island.
After the Central Intelligence Agency overthrew the democratically-elected government of Bertrand Aristide, Haiti plunged into chaos which paved the way for a United Nations occupation that has left the population completely dependent of food handouts. The United Nations will soon be kicked out of Haiti, with their exit timed to coincide with a Dominican government crackdown on unemployed Haitian nationals inside of the country who do not have jobs.
Over 140,000 Haitians currently residing inside of Dominican soil are slated to be asked to pay 350 dollars to renew their residence permits, something which most will not be able to do as the economy has industrialized rapidly in recent years, squeezing out sugar field laborers and their children. Since most of these Haitians grew up speaking Spanish, they are unlikely to return to French-speaking Haiti.
Haiti has refused to grant passports to all but 30,000 individuals, citing its status as a failed state unable to verify people's identity in refusing to recognize its own people. In the coming months, over 100,000 Haitians will be forced to decide if they want to return to Haiti or if they want to try their luck on a rickety boat, making it to Puerto Rico and thus US soil, where they could claim to be stateless.
Most of the Haitians slated to be given an exit order will likely head for Puerto Rico, since the globalists have been waging a war against the very core of Haiti's humanity, starving the population en masse. 100,000 people won't make the trip to starvation in Haiti; they'll rush Puerto Rico, an island where a wall cannot be built to protect from the coming invasion.
The Department of Homeland Security has already signed a drone treaty with the Dominican government to patrol the waters between Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic, but without a wall between Haiti and the Dominican Republic, the Homeland may as well be wide open to a population of starving people just one spark away from igniting an exodus of biblical proportions.
The cash-strapped Puerto Rican government won't be able to build refugee camps for even 5,000 people, let alone 100,000. The entire island faces the prospect of turning into a FEMA refugee camp, with the population subjugated by Border Patrol guards with near-martial law powers.
If Puerto Rico does not soon become a state, there is almost no way that it will be accepted with a population of impoverished Spanish speakers of Haitian descent, especially as the native population faces terminal decline.
The coming exodus of Spanish-speaking Haitians from the Dominican Republic promise to reshape the Caribbean in greater ways than has been seen since the Spanish-American war of 1898, and one accidentally-sunk ship is all it would take to set the region on fire.