Another Update on Haiti

Another Update on Haiti

According to Tom Phillips writing for ‘The Guardian’ there has been another significant update on the recent assassination of Haiti’s President Jovenel Moïse which I have covered in detail previously.

Phillips writes that:

‘The “big fishes” who masterminded the assassination of Haiti’s president, Jovenel Moïse, remain at large, a senior government minister has               admitted, as the Caribbean country unveiled a new prime minister in a bid to defuse a burgeoning struggle for power.

Police have named two Haitian citizens as key suspects in the murder: a Florida-based pastor called Christian Emmanuel Sanon and the former intelligence officer Joseph Felix Badio. On Friday Colombia’s police chief, Gen Jorge Luis Vargas, claimed Badio might have given the order for two retired Colombian soldiers to assassinate Moïse in the early hours of 7 July for reasons that remain obscure. Sanon was arrested in Haiti last week, and Badio’s whereabouts are unknown.

But speaking to the Guardian, Haiti’s elections minister, Mathias Pierre, said he doubted Sanon and Badio were the main architects of a brazen crime some fear could plunge the Caribbean country into a new chapter of volatility.

“Such a plot for an assassination is not the work of the two people [alone],” Pierre said, referring to the pair.

“We know that there are big fishes out there that wanted the death and are part of the plot to kill the president … There are more powerful people behind this,” the 54-year-old politician added.

Pierre admitted the identity of those conspirators remained unknown: “But we do believe that the president had a lot of enemies – people who didn’t agree with his plan and programs, and certainly with his agenda. And we believe they might be linked to this crime.”

Sanon, a 63-year-old pastor, was arrested in Haiti on 11 July after               reportedly flying into its capital, Port-au-Prince, the previous month on a private jet. Reports suggest he harboured half-baked dreams of leading a multibillion-dollar reconstruction of his homeland and becoming one of Haiti’s top leaders.’

Phillips goes on to detail the fact this assassination is almost certainly linked to the Haitian political opposition – as I had previously suggested – and was in a weird sort of way a coup attempt despite poorly-argued attempts to make this a bit of CIA regime change. I guess we shouldn’t be that surprised however given that niggers are almost universally incompetent – with some notable exceptions – at pretty much everything they do with even their intellectual elite frequently behaving like arboreal humanoids closer to the common ancestor than modern homo sapiens.

But race isn’t real: right?

Can you imagine the Japanese for example botching a coup attempt so horribly?


Well, there you have it.

Race is real and therefore – as the late renowned anthropologist Vincent Sarich quietly admitted in his 2004 book ‘Race’ – National Socialism is the only solution.