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Gang violence, “cannibalism” in Haiti are the result of leftist takeover
By Belle Carter // Mar 19, 2024

The world is watching now the worsening chaos and violence in Haiti. Gangs have hijacked the government, plunging the nation into violent turmoil. Haiti's Prime Minister Ariel Henry has even tendered his resignation and appealed for calm as the country descends into chaos.

"The government that I am leading will resign immediately after the installation of [a transition] council," Henry said. "I'm asking all Haitians to remain calm and do everything they can for peace and stability to come back as fast as possible."

Gangs in the Caribbean country of almost 12 million people have set the Interior Ministry on fire and attacked police stations and government offices in the capital. Local news agency Le Nouvelliste reported the intense fighting in downtown Port-au-Prince has been going on for more than a week. According to a report by Daily Express U.S., the level of violence is unprecedented and the groups seemingly want to kill as many people as they can. A journalist said that the gangs are in a fear campaign where they want to appear as murderous and as violent as possible. He continued: "For instance, we have seen images of gang leaders eating people they have killed. We have seen images of people being tortured when they are kidnapped."

In a statement late Friday by the 15-member Caribbean Community and Common Market (Caricom) Chairman Mohamed Irfaan Ali, he said the group had been talking to stakeholders, including Henry. Still, there was no agreement on how to move forward. "We are acutely aware of the urgent need for consensus," Ali said. "We have impressed on the respective parties that time is not on their side in agreeing to the way forward. From our reports, the situation on the ground remains dire, and is of serious concern to us."

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Meanwhile, observers were quick to point out that the current situation in Haiti "isn't surprising," after all. A Revolver News article noted how there is much more to what's happening in Haiti than just some random "gang uprising" but a failed leftist experiment. "Back in 1804, diversity, equity and inclusion [DEI] was at work in Haiti. It was at that point that Haitian slaves rebelled against France in 1804 and gained independence. In 1803, Napoleon’s attempt to reclaim the island with 20,000 men failed," the article stated. "Thanks to that moment, Haiti now holds the dubious title of being the first nation established on the substandard principles of DEI. And once those twisted, left-wing ideals took root, the DEI folks in charge quickly ousted the French and even the light-skinned mulattos following the revolution."

It emphasized that the DEI failure may have started eons ago, but its impact on Haiti has been devastating for ages. Henry took office in 2021, following a nudge from the U.S. indicating he was the "pre-approved" choice. However, he's proven utterly unable to safeguard his country or its citizens. "Now, the ferocious, bloodthirsty gangs have all turned on each other. They're literally eating each other. It's like watching the DEI-to-cannibalism pipeline unfold."

U.S. to send $100M for multinational force deployment in Haiti

Meanwhile, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced earlier in the week that the country is to funnel an additional $100 million to finance the deployment of a multinational force to Haiti to attempt to stop the country's violent crisis.

After a meeting with Caribbean leaders in Jamaica, Blinken also announced another $33 million in humanitarian aid and the creation of a joint proposal agreed on by Caribbean leaders and all of the Haitian stakeholders to expedite a political transition and create a "presidential college." According to him, the college would take "concrete steps" – that he did not identify – to meet the needs of the Haitian people and enable the pending deployment of the multinational force to be led by Kenya. He also stated that the U.S. Department of Defense doubled its support for the mission, having previously set aside $100 million.

Caricom has supported this proposal. "I think we can all agree: Haiti is on the brink of disaster," Ali said. "We must take quick and decisive action" as he expressed confidence in the commonality it found with the U.S. in supporting what he described as a Haitian-led and -owned solution. "It is clear that Haiti is now at a tipping point," he said. "We are deeply distressed that it is already too late for too many who have lost far too much at the hands of criminal gangs." (Related: US wants to invade Haiti again after exploiting and destroying it, Kim Ives tells the Health Ranger.)

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