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    Default Drill, and then pump the oil of Haiti! 4 oil companies request oil drilling permits.

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    Drill, and then pump the oil of Haiti!

    (Unofficially and briefly translated in English by E.Danto , June 25, 2006 - Please refer to original Nouvelliste article in French by Roberson Alphonse for exact language at "Forez, puis pompez le pétrole d'Haïti !" Nouvelliste, June 18, 2008
    Le Nouvelliste en Haiti - Forez, puis pompez le ptrole d'Hati ! )

    Drill, and then pump the oil of Haiti! by Roberson Alphonse, Nouvelliste, June 18, 2008

    The signs, (indicators), justifying the explorations of oil (black gold) in Haiti are encouraging. In the middle of the oil shock, some 4 companies want official licenses from the Haitian State to drill for oil.

    Oil prices rose to a record high $140 US dollars per barrel. In the middle of the oil shock, Haiti which imports hundreds of millions of dollars of Diesel each year, all to produce electricity, seems to have a card to play. Its small, formerly despised deposits, now seems to be generating much interest. "We've received four requests for oil exploration permits", confided the engineer Dieuseul Anglade, general director of the Office of Mining and Energy. The Haitian State wants to be sure these companies have the requisite expertise in the matter", he added. "We have had encouraging indicators to justify the pursuit of the exploration of black gold (oil), which had stopped in 1979", he estimated.

    Some 11 wells, with a certain depth of 2944 meters were drilled at the Plaine du Cul-de-sac on the Plateau Central and at L'ile de La Gonâve. Surface (tentative) indicators for oil were found at the Southern peninsula and on the North coast, explained the engineer Anglade, who strongly believes in the immediate commercial viability of these explorations.

    According to a memo dated back to August 16, 1979, written by attorney François Lamothe to Mr. Emmanuel Broth, five big wells were drilled at Porto Suel (Maissade) of a depth of 9000 feet, at Bebernal, 9000 feet, at Bois- Carradeux (Ouest), at Dumornay, on the road Route Frère and close to the Chemin de Fer of Saint-Marc. A sample, a "carrot" (oil reservoir) drilled up from the well of Saint-Marc in the Artibonite underwent a physical-chemical analysis in Munich, Germany, at the request of Mr. Broth. "The result of the analysis was returned on October 11, 1979 and revealed tracks of oil", confided the engineer, Willy Clémens, who had gone to Germany.

    "It is necessary to drill then to pump the oil of Haiti, if we actually have it, declared a skeptical geologist, a bit annoyed by the declarations without scientific proof. If we have black gold (oil), our dear friends in the international community and Hugo Chavez must help us in order to realize exploration studies. Only his proof will provide peace of mind," he insisted.

    Oil prices rose a record high $140 dollars per barrel last Monday. In spite of the promises of OPEP to increase the production of black gold to help calm fears in the marketplace, the oil consumers are frenzily speculating, making strategic stock purchases in anticipation of a winter windfall. Even if the rises in prices, flattens out under the bar of $135 per barrel, Analysts agree the rising trend in oil prices risk reaching $150, if not $200 per barrel before the end of the year.

    In Haiti where the true oil potential remains fuzzy, some say: Drill, then pump the oil of Haiti! If there's oil...
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    For French original, please go to: "Forez, puis pompez le pétrole d'Haïti !" by Roberson Alphonse, Nouvelliste, June 18, 2008
    Le Nouvelliste en Haiti - Forez, puis pompez le ptrole d'Hati !

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    See, excerpt from, Is the UN military proxy occupation of Haiti masking US securing oil/gas reserves from Haiti :

    " It seems no one but Ezili's HLLN seems to think it EXTREMELY strange that the US and Canada have just built new, MASSIVE embassy in Haiti. The US Embassy in Haiti is so huge, it looks like a college campus, a close to a $100million dollar building (some say it will be a billion dollar building when done), with over 1,000 employees, in a country that's facing FAMINE, klorox hunger... Why do they need such a huge new investment in Haiti? To serve the needs of poor, hopeless Haitians? Those "failed" and always "fighting-each-other-Haitians," who've single-handedly rendered Haiti, as the corporate media never misses an opportunity to say, directly or indirectly, in a myriad of ways: "the hemisphere's eternal basket case - a dismal repository of poverty where there is no future?"

    The new US Embassy in Haiti is massive, the largest in the world except for Iraq, Afghanistan, China and Germany and we know U.S. strategic and economic interests in those countries. What does Haiti own that even Republican Presidential candidate John McCain is campaigning concern for "the fight for justice in Haiti?"

    If there's substantial oil and gas reserves in Haiti, the US/Euro genocide has not yet begun. Ayisyen leve zye nou anwo, kenbe red. Nou fèk komanse goumen. (Read again, John Maxwell's "Is there oil in Haiti.")
    Marguerite Laurent.com |Haiti News, Gas, Oil reserves

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    Excerpted from, Is the UN military proxy occupation of Haiti masking US securing oil/gas reserves from Haiti :

    "...Some of the false Haiti stereotypes are that Haiti has no resources, is one of the tiniest island nations in the Caribbean, overcrowded, violent and simply "the hemisphere's eternal basket case - a dismal repository of poverty where there is no future." In reality Haiti has formidable advantages - plentiful and still inexhaustible resources, the oldest formed and thus purest natural resources in the world, enviable strategic location, a hard working population. It is centered in the Caribbean Basin and it has 38% more coastline than the Dominican Republic. Haiti is a big Island compared to the other island nationsin the Caribbean. It is, in fact the third largest nation in the Caribbean, owns 60% of the CARICOM population, with the largest diaspora and most millionaires in the Caribbean.
    But behind the veil of media and US propagated lies - the manufactured fear, racist myths and false stereotypes about Haitian brutality and violence - denying Haiti's riches and reality, the wealthy, powerful and well-armed are robbing Haiti blind. The world's media recently focused on the food riots in Haiti and how the charitable NGOs, USAID and others are making generous new commitments and sending rice and food to haiti. Yet, according to a Nouvelliste article, dated, June 13, 2008, 40% to 50% of US subsidized rice, dumped in Haiti, by the American rice companies and charitable NGOs, are consumed, not in Haiti, but sold (through Haiti's big mafia families and US-supported economic elites) to and consumed in the Dominican Republic. Also, subsidized Haitian gas/petroleum products is being pilfered by wealthy ships docking to gas up in Haiti.

    (Go to: Genocide by vaccination in Haiti - Is this a way to sterilize Haitian women, as was done to Puerto Rican women?) "

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    Kiskeyan Connection - Oil in Haiti.

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    "... stop the imposed famine from fraudulent "free trade" policies that destroys Haitian food sovereignty; stop imposed coup d'etat and UN/US protectorate that destroys Haitian security and stability, increases violence and organized kidnappings, drug-dealings and arms trafficking ...(Go to: Genocide by vaccination in Haiti - Is this a way to sterilize Haitian women, as was done to Puerto Rican women? Marguerite Laurent.com |Haiti News - Genocide by Vaccination and Marguerite Laurent.com |US Role in causing Famine in Haiti )

    Comparing crime, poverty and violence in the rest of the Hemisphere to Haiti
    Marguerite Laurent.com | Creating New Paradigms

    Expose the Lies of how the US and Internationals are robbing Haiti blind
    Marguerite Laurent.com | Fleecing Haiti

    Is the UN military proxy occupation of Haiti masking US securing oil/gas reserves from Haiti by Ezili Dantò, June 10, 2008
    Marguerite Laurent.com |Haiti News, Gas, Oil reserves

    US "Free Trade" Fraud Promotes Famine in Haiti
    Marguerite Laurent.com |US Role in causing Famine in Haiti

    Matraco-Colorado Haiti on Haiti resources and 3 false stereotypes on Haiti, et al...: A powerpoint presentation outlining Haiti: the big picture. Points: Destroy a few Haiti stereotypes, Geography matters�, Resources & Opportunities in Haiti
    Matraco-Colorado Haiti Venture 1


    English translation:
    Rene Preval confide that in these last months, more than 40 to 50% of the imported rice that is subsidized by the Haitian State is CONSUMED in the DOMINICAN REPUBLIC... And that even Haitian clandestinely subsidized petroleum products, cheaper Haiti oil products, are also being consumed by wealthy foreign ships passing through Haitian waters..." (Tentative pour dèsamorcer la bombe, Le Nouvelliste, June 13, 2008
    http://www.lenouvelliste.com/article...ate=2008-06-17 )

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    This is very confusing Black Lion. The whole article is very confusing. I specialize in Subsea Oil Drilling and designing the Drilling Equipment that can go upto 10,000 feet below the Ocean Floor and and on Land surface and I still struggle to understand what the authors are trying to say here, but if there is oil in Haiti it should have been long drilled. The article then goes to say that in 1979 a well was drilled to a depth of 9000 feet and does not indicate what then happened to this well. If there is oil in Haiti, then what is keeping it from being drilled to lift this County from Poverty? And the US has been building bigger Embassies around the World since the 1998 Attacks on their Embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, the focus has been on building fortresses. A bigger Embassy does not mean anything Folks.




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    oil is both a blessing and a curse. it breeds corruption and exploitation.
    reality is 9/10 a state of mind ....iam black, and ethereal

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    Drlove writes: "This is an article from haitiimpact. com and I felt compelled to bring it to your MONITOR with brute force. If we are not informed, others will always view us as a bunch of late Negroes of information. I tried my best to translate it into English. The original document is in French, you may click on the link above to read it as such.

    It is nothing new to the avid readers of the truth around the globe. It is not a secret. Most people are aware of the fact that HAITI has the BLACK diamond buried deep under its land and its surrounding waters. One has to wonder why it is still unexploited.

    At the beginning of 20th century, the physical and political card of the Island of Haiti, drawn up in 1908 by Mr. Alexandre Poujol and Henry Thomasset, announced a significant oil reservoir in Haiti in the vicinity of source of Rio Todo El Mondo,(Perhaps that€™s where the name THOMONDE came from) Affluent of right-hand side of the river Artibonite, more known today under the name of Rivière of Thomonde.

    The layer of oil in question is located between the districts of Hinche and Mirebalais, in a mountainous zone, located at the foot of the chain of the Black Mountains, in western direction full with Thomonde.

    The same card announces an oil reservoir in the Dominican plain of Azua, at a short distance in the north of the Dominican Republic of the town of Azua. According to information to my sources, this last layer in Dominican Republic had been put indeed in exploitation in first half of this century it had produced more than 60.000 oil barrels per day, then had been closed, having been judged at the time " insufficiently profitable It was said that in 1982 it had been discovered opposite this plain of Azua, an immense offshore oil rig oil reservoir near by Barahona, but that layer had been left unexploited also.

    Those who have made the trip between Port-au-Prince and Santo-Domingo can testify that the plain of Azua and its littoral resemble the region of Vieux-Bourg d'Aquin and the corresponding littoral. There are reasonable chances that there are OIL RESERVOIRS in the plain of Cayes and l'Ile- -Vache as well.

    One person even suspected that there might be OIL deposits in Plaine de Léogane, Morne- -Cabrit, and Département de la Grand-Anse

    According to the study There are many places on our island (Haiti and Dominican Republic) which present all the criteria geologic of presence of THE BLACK DIAOMND In Haiti, let us say la plaine des Cayes, la plaine de Léogane, la plaine du Cul-de-Sac, la plaine des Gonaïves et la Savane désolée, la Plaine du Nord. The Island of Gonâve and literal correspondents for the layers offshore oil rig. In this list, one should not forget the large sedimentary basin of Plateau Central.

    In the Fifties, the Knappen-Tippen- Abbet Company (called by the local populations (Company Ti-pain beurre) had carried out drillings in Gonâve, in plain of plaine de Cul-de-Sac, Plateau-Central and in the area of Gonaïves. All these drillings had proven extremely promising and the results had been beyond the hopes. However, the large oil multinationals, of which some operated in Haiti, had made pressure so that the layers discovered were not exploited. Haiti was neither Saudi Arabia nor Kuwait. With one time when the crude oil barrel was sold a little more than one dollar, and that the Persian Gulf provided oil at a cheaper price. There was no reason for these Companies to put in exploitation layers much less profitable, whereas the ARAMCO made the rain and beautiful time in Arabia, at cheap price, plundering even the invaluable oil resources of this kingdom.

    The Haitian OIL as well as other layers were to be kept as reserves for 21st when the means-Eastern gold mine would have been depleted. That is exactly what is happening. The wells of Knappen-Tippen- Abbet were numbered, carefully padlocked, or sealed with cement and one forgot them

    These reports were not supposed to be made public to the Haitians. It shows that the superpowers do not want Haiti to become a powerful nation. The exploitation of these Oil Reservoirs could have easily removed Haiti in the poorest Nation€™s list in the Western hemisphere.

    Haitians did not have to wait half-century or a century to find out that information. However, the profitable countryside of Knappen-Tibben- Abbet gave the opportunity to several Haitians schools, preparing their certificate of Primary Studies and studying in the handbook of Haitian geography to learn that our ground had oil reservoirs, in Plateau Central, and la Gonâve.

    Some of the industrialized nations already know there is oil reservoir in Haiti. They are not in hurry to exploit it. There will always be time to think of the island of Haiti

    The great nations however did think of us at the time of the Gulf crisis, the Kuwaitis layers Saudis, and other layers were threatened by Saddam Hussein. If the Cubans had not made main efforts by themselves to put their oil in exploitation, nobody would have done it for them. The Cuban oil would have been placed in the entrails of the ground, like the Haitian oil. The ball is in our camp my brethrens.

    If the big companies are not interested in our oil, we should ask our Cuban neighbors to come help us exploit it.

    In their dramatic search for oil, the Cubans developed a technology and a know-how of which we could, in exchange of their services, yield to the Cubans part of the national oil production and give them a share of benefit. A mission of governmental persons in charge and Haitians businessmen should leave for Cuba in this direction

    The international embargo has shown us that we must manage all alone, and we do not have to await the O.K. of the US when our vital interests are in peril. We are aware of the way they treated us and will treat us still in the future. Haiti only be saved by Haitians, and by Haitians only, it is the principal lesson of the embargo

    If our oil had been available, we would not have been forced to capitulate shamefully following the oil blockade decided with the contempt of the international law with their infamous resolution 841, by the great powers bearing from now on the pompous and ridiculous name of " international community" .

    Our government, our big businessmen, our ultra-liberal economists, our smugglers, our Chicago-Servant boys anti-nationals and others ruffians, would have preferred imported air, rather than to put in exploitation the resources of Haiti. With a zeal which it is difficult to include/understand, they obey the finger and the eye with the injunctions of the IMF and the World Bank, and are put with these two organizations to destroy the Haitian economy, and in particular our invaluable agriculture.

    The two Republics should be committed by treaty providing oil mutually some, which are the decisions of a third party. The construction of a pipeline, Barahona-Port- au-Prince, could be an element of this oil integration between the two countries which shares the island.

    While waiting to be able to consume our oil whose surpluses provided also invaluable currencies, which we need, it is necessary to increase the storage capacities of oil products on the territory of the Republic, and to constitute significant strategic reserves. The oil embargo of 1991 is in addition a substantial argument for the rebuilding of our railroads.


    by Dr. George Michel
    Translated by Michael Dalexis"

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    If there is oil in Haiti, then what is keeping it from being drilled to lift this County from Poverty?
    The above article explains it, the, ''international community'' would rather have Haiti dependent on imports and foreign aid, particularly at the time that the oil was discovered forcing their hand to resolutions and such.

    A larger fortress in Haiti shows that there is an interest in having an increased presence there, one that wasn't deemed necessary before. With the re discovery of oil and the trouble in the country its probably to secure an interest and further troubles there rather than anything else.

    Something about Haiti they don't like.

    Too much Africa going on there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Lion View Post
    The above article explains it, the, ''international community'' would rather have Haiti dependent on imports and foreign aid, particularly at the time that the oil was discovered forcing their hand to resolutions and such. A larger fortress in Haiti shows that there is an interest in having an increased presence there, one that wasn't deemed necessary before. With the re discovery of oil and the trouble in the country its probably to secure an interest and further troubles there rather than anything else.

    Something about Haiti they don't like.

    Too much Africa going on there.
    The Article and the Author are both wrong, 10000% wrong. The Whole World Economy is under threat of collapse becaue of high Fuel prices and one barrel is at $146/barrel and you are telling me that their is conspiracy against Haiti due to its ALLEGED OIL DEPOSITS. I know their are consiracy theory out there but I am sorry this one does not make one bit of sense. For the sake of arguement, let me just play along and say even if America is against this alleged Haitian Oil, then what About China. As we speak, there is a competition between America, China and India for oil and they are willing to go the depths of the Earth to find oil and yet this Author tells us about a conspiracy against Haiti. This does not make sense at all. Folks, even in the Evil West, there is one thing that talks and that is money, but to make a claim that the Whole World would rather risk Economic collapse, just so that they would keep Haiti Poor by not drilling for oil there is just unbelievable. The Western Corporations are making deals with Regimes that want to wipe out America off the face of the Earth and the Author somehow thinks there is a conspiracy against Haitian Oil, unbelievable.
    VK in Brazil,Argentina, Ecuador and Bolivia: Extreme Advance Engineering, Machine & Equipment Designers, and Manufacturer for Onshore and Offshore Petroleum and Gas Systems. Designing For Land Surface and Subsea, 10 miles beneath the Ocean Floor. Houston, Texas.

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    The Whole World Economy is under threat of collapse becaue of high Fuel prices and one barrel is at $146/barrel and you are telling me that their is conspiracy against Haiti due to its ALLEGED OIL DEPOSITS.
    Which is why there is interest in the reserves now rather than before when it was first discovered, the price per barrel then was $1 and the Middle east had more than enough capacity to cater to the needs for the west and developing nations.

    In the Fifties, the Knappen-Tippen- Abbet Company (called by the local populations (Company Ti-pain beurre) had carried out drillings in Gonâve, in plain of plaine de Cul-de-Sac, Plateau-Central and in the area of Gonaïves. All these drillings had proven extremely promising and the results had been beyond the hopes. However, the large oil multinationals, of which some operated in Haiti, had made pressure so that the layers discovered were not exploited. Haiti was neither Saudi Arabia nor Kuwait. With one time when the crude oil barrel was sold a little more than one dollar, and that the Persian Gulf provided oil at a cheaper price. There was no reason for these Companies to put in exploitation layers much less profitable, whereas the ARAMCO made the rain and beautiful time in Arabia, at cheap price, plundering even the invaluable oil resources of this kingdom.

    The Haitian OIL as well as other layers were to be kept as reserves for 21st when the means-Eastern gold mine would have been depleted. That is exactly what is happening. The wells of Knappen-Tippen- Abbet were numbered, carefully padlocked, or sealed with cement and one forgot them
    Best to keep the island on despot levels than offer them the capability, facilities and so on to become an oil producing nation from the start, as the author says it has worked to force their hand in certain resolutions particually as the country was importing, ''hundreds of millions of dollars of Diesel each year''. If they had oil as a not so western friendly state they would be a problem for the U.S and may well have turned ''rouge'' making more of an impact than they would otherwise.

    The overthrow of Haiti's Aristide: a coup made in the USA

    Louis-Jodel Chamblain - JAMAICAOBSERVER.COM

    They're hoping Chavez and Cuba can offer help with the drilling and so on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1479319
    It is nothing new to the avid readers of the truth around the globe. It is not a secret. Most people are aware of the fact that HAITI has the BLACK diamond buried deep under its land and its surrounding waters. One has to wonder why it is still unexploited.
    This is just speculation. Univerisities and Academic Institutions throughout the World have Geological maps of strategic oil locations throughout the World. Unless this conspiracy Theorist wants to believe that somehow US Secret Agents broke into all these institutions and edited these maps to remove Haiti off the scale which is just unbelievable. Lets see some hard data and not speculative writings of one individual.
    Quote Originally Posted by 1479319
    The layer of oil in question is located between the districts of Hinche and Mirebalais, in a mountainous zone, located at the foot of the chain of the Black Mountains, in western direction full with Thomonde.
    Quote Originally Posted by 1479319
    The same card announces an oil reservoir in the Dominican plain of Azua, at a short distance in the north of the Dominican Republic of the town of Azua. According to information to my sources, this last layer in Dominican Republic had been put indeed in exploitation in first half of this century it had produced more than 60.000 oil barrels per day, then had been closed, having been judged at the time " insufficiently profitable It was said that in 1982 it had been discovered opposite this plain of Azua, an immense offshore oil rig oil reservoir near by Barahona, but that layer had been left unexploited also.
    60,000 barrels/day of oil is not very profitable and this explains why this Reservoir was abandoned because most likely the oil there has been depleted. If I were the operations manager at the time in the Dominican plain, I too will make the decision to close the site. Here in America and in the States of Oklahoma and Texas there were similar drilling sites that were abandoned in the 1980s because of unprofitability. It is all business Folks, if it is going to cost me more to drill and I recieve less profits, then I close shop and move somehwere where I can make recoupe my money.
    Quote Originally Posted by 1479319
    Those who have made the trip between Port-au-Prince and Santo-Domingo can testify that the plain of Azua and its littoral resemble the region of Vieux-Bourg d'Aquin and the corresponding littoral. There are reasonable chances that there are OIL RESERVOIRS in the plain of Cayes and l'Ile- -Vache as well.
    Again this is wild speculation by a person who does not know what he is talking about and calls himself a Doctor. You can't just look of sa window, see a some hills and valleys and testify that the region looks like it has oil. Unless the Author of this article possess some Super Natural powers where he can detect Gold, Uranium and Diamond mines just by driving around then the evidince given above does not make sense. If things are that easy then we all have to go home because this will be an ideal World. You can't make a claim that there is something in this area because of observation or similarities with other regions.
    Quote Originally Posted by 1479319
    One person even suspected that there might be OIL deposits in Plaine de
    Keyword, One Person suspected there might be oil in Léogane, Morne- -Cabrit, and Département de la Grand-Anse. We are not in a bar getting drunk over Rum and Johnny Walker Whisky, but this is beginning to sound like bar talk. One person suspected.....
    Quote Originally Posted by 1479319
    In the Fifties, the Knappen-Tippen- Abbet Company (called by the local populations (Company Ti-pain beurre) had carried out drillings in Gonâve, in plain of plaine de Cul-de-Sac, Plateau-Central and in the area of Gonaïves. All these drillings had proven extremely promising and the results had been beyond the hopes. However, the large oil multinationals, of which some operated in Haiti, had made pressure so that the layers discovered were not exploited. Haiti was neither Saudi Arabia nor Kuwait. With one time when the crude oil barrel was sold a little more than one dollar, and that the Persian Gulf provided oil at a cheaper price. There was no reason for these Companies to put in exploitation layers much less profitable, whereas the ARAMCO made the rain and beautiful time in Arabia, at cheap price, plundering even the invaluable oil resources of this kingdom.
    If these were true, and oil was sold at $1/barrel, why will the Multinationals not make use of this since oil is not trading at $148/barrel and there is a shortage of it. If we are to believe this author what is preventing the Chinese and Indians from exploitng this oil?
    Th
    Quote Originally Posted by 1479319
    e Haitian OIL as well as other layers were to be kept as reserves for 21st when the means-Eastern gold mine would have been depleted. That is exactly what is happening. The wells of Knappen-Tippen- Abbet were numbered, carefully padlocked, or sealed with cement and one forgot them
    This is hilarious. How can you seal and padlock an area containing oil with Cement? Ask yourself this question Folks, can we padlock and seal Lake Victoria or the Caribbean Sea? If the answer is no then the claim that the oil deposits in Haiti are sealed and padlocked with cement is just beyond ridiculous. I know the West has other intentions towards us, beut inorder to expose the West, we need to come up with better Evidences and present it to the World. This whole article does not cut it. Now I am not refuting the existence of Oil in Haiti, but the author will serve us well be bringing facts.
    The
    Quote Originally Posted by 1479319
    se reports were not supposed to be made public to the Haitians. It shows that the superpowers do not want Haiti to become a powerful nation. The exploitation of these Oil Reservoirs could have easily removed Haiti in the poorest Nation€™s list in the Western hemisphere.
    Trinidad and Tobago has oil and gas and they are exploiting it, so why hasn't the Western Multi Nationals stopped it? Why let Trinidad and Tobago drill?
    Quote Originally Posted by 1479319
    If the big companies are not interested in our oil, we should ask our Cuban neighbors to come help us exploit it. Haiti only be saved by Haitians, and by Haitians only, it is the principal lesson of the embargo
    Agreed. Why not bring in the Chinese and Indians.
    Last edited by Vubundada_Kandaba; 07-07-08 at 04:04 PM.
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    The people of Haiti have no say in this matter, and if they did, they would be wise to reject the oil companies and their drilling plans. There is a growing amount of evidence that suggests drilling for oil and gas can cause earthquakes. we know that haiti lies on a major fault, who knows what role drilling played in the quakes that just devastated the Haitian capital

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    The US marines are in Haiti for the new discovery of petrol there.


 

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