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Farcs amigas do pt tentaram matar milhares em rodoviária e aeroporto

24/10/2010

Explosivos que Farc teriam posto em rodoviária e aeroporto são desativados

Segundo a rádio “Caracol”, que cita fontes oficiais, o alvo desta bomba era atingir a primeira-dama do departamento, Cecilia Soler

Agência EFE

A Polícia colombiana desativou dois artefatos explosivos que supostos guerrilheiros das Forças Armadas Revolucionárias da Colômbia (Farc) colocaram em uma rodoviária no sul do país e na pista de um aeroporto de uma localidade na fronteira com a Venezuela.

O primeiro dos fatos aconteceu na rodoviária de Neiva, capital do departamento de Huila, onde especialistas desativaram uma carga instalada no aro da roda de um ônibus intermunicipal que estava estacionado no local.

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Em declarações a jornalistas, o comandante da Polícia de Huila, coronel Flavio Mesa, revelou que esta ação poderia ser de autoria das Farc. Por prevenção, o terminal foi evacuado.

As autoridades também frustraram uma ação terrorista ao detonar um botijão de gás repleto de explosivos e outros elementos. Aparentemente, a bomba foi instalado por membros das Farc na pista do aeroporto de Tibu, no departamento de Norte de Santander, na fronteira com a Venezuela.

Segundo a rádio “Caracol”, que cita fontes oficiais, o alvo desta bomba era atingir a primeira-dama do departamento, Cecilia Soler, que chegaria a esta localidade para cumprir seu programa de entrega de ajuda humanitária a comunidades vulneráveis.

Desi Bouterse condenado por tráfico e violações é eleito presidente do Suriname

21/07/2010

Traficante internacional de drogas preside o Suriname e se diz admirador do venezuelano Hugo Chávez

Desi Bouterse, narcotraficante, ex-ditador e atual presidente eleito em 19 de julho de 2010

 Desi Bouterse é conhecidíssimo internacionalmente.

Bouterse, acusado de violar os direitos humanos e que tem uma condenação na Holanda por tráfico de drogas, recebeu 36 votos entre os 50 parlamentares.

Por tráfico internacional de drogas foi condenado pela Justiça da Holanda, em processo que tramitou à revelia.

 Bouterse, hoje com 64 anos, foi um dos líderes da luta pela independência do Suriname contra a Holanda, consumada em 1975.

Quando indagado sobre a condenação, Bouterse diz, com ironia, que foi “uma armação” holandesa, por ter liderado a luta de independência. Mais ainda, acusa a Holanda de fornecer insumos químicos usados, na América Latina, aos laboratórios de refino de cocaína.

Como ditador, Bouterse governou o Suriname, antiga Guiana Holandesa, em duas ocasiões: 1980 e 1990. Ele é acusado de ter assassinado 15 opositores em 1982, quando na Presidência do país.

Com a independência da Holanda, Bouterse, uma espécie de sargento,  autopromoveu-se ao posto de coronel do exército do Suriname. E a patente de coronel é a mais alta. Bouterse, quando dos golpes, controlava o exército.

Bouterse acaba de ser eleito presidente pelo Parlamento. Votaram 51 parlamentares e ele conseguiu 36 votos.

Em 1999, quando o abaixo assinado era Secretário Nacional Antidrogas, o serviço secreto holandês descobriu que Bouterse, já fora do poder, viajava ao nosso país uma vez por mês para encontros amorosos com uma brasileira. A Holanda, na ocasião, aguardava o cumprimento de mandado internacional de prisão de Bouterse, que, quando soube, deixou de pisar no Brasil.

Bouterse, um dos homens mais ricos do paupérrimo Suriname, explorou, nos últimos dois anos, um discurso em favor dos pobres e atacava a política econômica do governo. Com isso, reconquistou popularidade. Passou, então, a se dizer admirador de Hugo Chávez.

PANO RÁPIDO. Como no planeta a geopolítica é interesseira, vamos aguardar as reações internacionais. Afinal, um traficante de drogas com trânsito em julgado virou presidente e o Suriname sempre serviu como corredor de passagem de cocaína.

Wálter Fanganiello Maierovitch

Governo da Colômbia denuncia campanha do Washington Post e outros jornais dos Eua para desacreditar e difamar Presidente Uribe insinuando ligação com paramilitares

24/05/2010

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El Gobierno colombiano denunció el lunes una campaña política en contra del presidente Alvaro Uribe desde un influyente diario de Estados Unidos, donde fue publicado a pocos días de las elecciones un testimonio que vincula al hermano del mandatario con un grupo paramilitar.

El vicepresidente Francisco Santos dijo que la denuncia, publicada en el diario Washington Post, busca desacreditar a Uribe, quien goza de una alta popularidad principalmente por el combate a la guerrilla izquierdista y a los paramilitares de ultraderecha y cuyo sustituto será elegido el 30 de mayo.

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central sindical COB e índios enfrentam presidente Morales na Bolívia: Evo diz Não se pode gastar todo o dinheiro do povo só em salários.

09/05/2010

Al menos una persona muerta durante protestas en Bolivia

Foto: Policías detienen a varios manifestantes hoy, sábado 8 de mayo de 2010, durante el despeje de la vía que comunica a la ciudad de La Paz con la Amazonía boliviana, tras 13 días de bloqueos y choques violentos que dejaron ocho policías y una decena de civiles heridos y 38 detenidos.
El comandante nacional de la Policía, general Óscar Nina, señaló en rueda de prensa que, con la intervención de las fuerzas del orden, se logró habilitar el paso para más de 1.500 personas y centenares de vehículos retenidos desde hace casi dos semanas en la vía hacia la localidad de Caranavi, en los Yungas de La Paz. EFE/Javier Mamani

El ministro del Interior de Bolivia, Sacha Llorenti, confirmó este domingo que al menos una persona murió en la violencia vivida entre viernes y sábado en el poblado de Caranavi, en el norte de La Paz, donde la policía desbloqueó una ruta que estuvo en poder de manifestantes durante doce días.

“Lamentablemente anoche nos reportaron que un joven que estaba herido con traumatismo encéfalocraneano severo en el hospital de Clínicas aquí en La Paz perdió la vida”, dijo Llorenti a una red de medios de comunicación estatales.

“También ayer se informó -aunque nosotros no pudimos verificar este extremo- que habría otra persona fallecida ayer en Caranavi. Ojalá que esta segunda infomación no se confirme”, manifestó Llorenti, lamentando la pérdida de vidas humanas.

La tensión en Caranavi había cedido este domingo luego de dos días de choques entre pobladores y policías.

Este domingo existe “relativa tranquilidad, calma en la ciudad de Caranavi, el tráfico de la carretera es perfectamente normal” y se evidencia un “retorno paulatino a la normalidad de las actividades”, señaló en entrevista simultánea a la red de televisión Bolivia-TV y la radio Patria Nueva.

El gobierno desplazó al lugar un contingente de 700 policías para recuperar el control de la ruta hacia La Paz en poder de los sindicatos de Caranavi por 12 días, en demanda de la instalación de una planta procesadora de cítricos.


Foto: Pobladores de la localidad de Caranavi queman unas banderas ayer, sábado 8 de mayo de 2010, durante la intervención de la Policía en la zona. La vía que comunica a la ciudad de La Paz con la Amazonía boliviana fue reabierta hoy, tras 13 días de bloqueos y choques violentos que dejaron ocho policías y una decena de civiles heridos y 38 detenidos, informó hoy una fuente oficial.
El comandante nacional de la Policía, general Óscar Nina, señaló en rueda de prensa que, con la intervención de las fuerzas del orden, se logró habilitar el paso para más de 1.500 personas y centenares de vehículos retenidos desde hace casi dos semanas en la vía hacia la localidad de Caranavi, en los Yungas de La Paz. EFE/Javier Mamani

Los dos días de violencia provocaron al menos un muerto, cuatro policías heridos de bala, unos 20 civiles heridos y más de 35 detenidos, según Llorenti.

El gobierno y la unitaria Central Obrera Boliviana (COB) iniciaron el diálogo en la antesala de una huelga general indefinida llamada por los sindicatos y que debe comenzar el lunes en demanda de mejoras salariales por encima del 5% fijado por las autoridades.

El ministro de Hacienda, Luis Arce, dijo este domingo que en reuniones con la COB, desde el sábado, “hemos ido avanzando en varios temas y creo que poco a poco ya estamos alcanzando acuerdos (..), estamos llegando a ciertos acuerdos, a ciertos consensos”.

La autoridad informó sin embargo que “el incremento (del 5% en los salarios) ya ha sido definido por el Gobierno (..), estamos hablando de la ley de pensiones y estamos amplios y dispuestos para llegar a acuerdos con la COB”.

“No queremos llevar toda la plata a salarios, queremos invertir y garantizar nuestra política social”, dijo Arce al descartar una mejora en el nivel del aumento salarial, como pretende la sindical.

Foto: Policias bolivianos tratan de despejar con gases lacrimógenos a campesinos hoy, viernes 7 de mayo de 2010, que realizan bloqueos en la region de Los Yungas de La Paz (Bolivia).
Al menos 17 personas resultaron heridas, entre agentes y civiles, y otras siete fueron detenidas, en una operación policial para desbloquear la vía entre La Paz y la Amazonía boliviana, cortada desde hace doce días por campesinos. EFE/ Javier Mamani

Previamente el presidente Evo Morales protestó el sábado porque “algunos compañeros quieren todo sólo para el salario” y planteó en cambio la necesidad de invertir: “sólo invirtiendo podemos crear más fuentes de trabajo”.

El principal dirigente de la COB, Pedro Montes, aliado de Morales, dijo a la prensa que en las reuniones con el gobierno “hemos dicho mejoramiento del incremento (de 5% en los salarios) sin ningún porcentaje (y que) en cualquier caso, el diálogo va a decir” si se acuerda un reajuste.

Montes dijo a periodistas que el llamado a la huelga y a una caminata de protesta desde una localidad andina hacia La Paz, está en curso.

De concretarse sería la primera huelga que enfrenta el presidente Evo Morales -en el poder desde 2006- por parte de la principal fuerza sindical de Bolivia, hasta el momento aliada del gobierno.

Foto: Pobladores de la localidad de Caranavi protestaron ayer, sábado 8 de mayo de 2010, durante la intervención de la Policía. La vía que comunica a la ciudad de La Paz con la Amazonía boliviana fue reabierta hoy, tras 13 días de bloqueos y choques violentos que dejaron ocho policías y una decena de civiles heridos y 38 detenidos, informó hoy una fuente oficial.
El comandante nacional de la Policía, general Óscar Nina, señaló en rueda de prensa que, con la intervención de las fuerzas del orden, se logró habilitar el paso para más de 1.500 personas y centenares de vehículos retenidos desde hace casi dos semanas en la vía hacia la localidad de Caranavi, en los Yungas de La Paz. EFE/Javier Mamani 

Según medios locales, 39 de los 50 sectores afiliados a la COB acatarán la huelga. Ya los trabajadores campesinos, los cocaleros y la Federación de Mujeres campesinas señalaron que no acatarán la protesta. En cambio sí será apoyada por los mineros.

La huelga de la COB fue condenada el viernes por el vicepresidente de Bolivia, Alvaro García, quien sugirió que detrás de la misma está la embajada de Estados Unidos.

“Los que provenimos de la lucha sindical sabemos que una huelga general indefinida tiene contenido político; se declara una huelga general indefinida para derrocar gobiernos”, dijo García en rueda de prensa.

El vicepresidente dijo que desde que Morales asumió en 2006, los grupos de derecha “intentaron golpe de Estado, asesinato y ahora intentan desde adentro; la derecha utiliza esos medios, y no dudaría que detrás de eso también puedan estar algunos funcionarios de la embajada norteamericana”.

Morales dijo a CNN desde Estados Unidos, donde se encontraba el viernes, que quienes promueven la protesta “son dirigentes que vienen de las dictaduras, que vienen de ser instrumentos del neoliberalismo y no son todos los obreros y menos los originarios (indígenas) ni los campesinos”.

El líder de la COB, Pedro Montes, desestimó las acusaciones y enfatizó que “este no es un problema político, es problema de orden económico, de orden de necesidad de los trabajadores“.

Foto: Policias bolivianos tratan de despejar los bloqueos realizados por campesinos hoy, viernes 7 de mayo de 2010, en la region de Los Yungas de La Paz (Bolivia).
Al menos 17 personas resultaron heridas, entre agentes y civiles, y otras siete fueron detenidas, en una operación policial para desbloquear la vía entre La Paz y la Amazonía boliviana, cortada desde hace doce días por campesinos. EFE/ Javier Mamani

Vía AFP

DEA Agência anti-drogas dos EUA faz balanço do narcotráfico das FARC -Responsável por 2/3 do fornecimento do cocaína aos Estados Unidos

08/05/2010

News Release http://www.justice.gov/dea/pubs/states/newsrel/nyc042208.html
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 22, 2008
Erin Mulvey
Public Information Officer
212 337-2906

Associate of Colombian Narco-Terrorist Group Extradited to United States on Cocaine Importation Charges

APR 22 — (New York, NY)-MICHELE M. LEONHART, Acting Administrator of the United States Drug Enforcement Administration joined with MICHAEL J. GARCIA, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, to announce that JUAN JOSE MARTINEZ VEGA, a/k/a “Gentil Alvis Patino,” a/k/a “Chiguiro,” a close associate of the Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or “FARC”), has been extradited from Colombia to the United States to face cocaine importation conspiracy charges. The FARC is Colombia’s main leftist rebel group, which has been designated by the State Department as a Foreign Terrorist Organization. On March 1, 2006, the United States unsealed an historic indictment charging fifty defendants — all the FARC’s top leadership (the “FARC leaders”) — with cocaine importation conspiracy.

According to the Indictment:

The FARC, which occupies large swaths of territory in Colombia, is responsible for the production of more than half the world’s supply of cocaine and nearly two-thirds of the cocaine imported into the United States. During its tenure, the FARC has evolved from a leftist rebel organization into the world’s leading cocaine manufacturer. In the mid-1980s, as cocaine production in Colombia began to expand, the FARC taxed all aspects of the cocaine trade. In the 1990s, the FARC leaders, recognizing the profit potential of the cocaine trade, ordered that the FARC become the exclusive buyers of the raw material to make cocaine, known as cocaine paste, in all areas under FARC occupation.

The FARC leaders set strict rules to control the cocaine trade, including the requirement that farmers sell all cocaine paste they produced to the FARC at the prices set by the defendants. Large markets were set up throughout Colombia, where farmers sold the cocaine paste. The FARC leaders stated that enforcement of such rules was crucial to the FARC’s survival, because the organization would not be able to finance its operations without the money it earned through the cocaine trade.

The FARC leaders required their commanders to enforce FARC’s cocaine policies through violent, often lethal means. Calling it “Revolutionary Justice,” the FARC leaders ordered that any farmer who violated their cocaine policies should be murdered, an order which was carried out with frequency.

Once the FARC purchased the cocaine paste, the FARC leaders directed that the drugs be brought to jungle cocaine laboratories under FARC control, where the paste was converted into ton quantities of finished cocaine and shipped out of Colombia to the United States and elsewhere. To transport the finished cocaine out of Colombia, the FARC secured and operated clandestine air strips in its territories.

The FARC is a hierarchical organization comprised of twelve to eighteen thousand members, and is led by a seven member Secretariat and a 27 member Central General Staff, or Estado Mayor, responsible for setting the cocaine policies of the FARC. At the lowest level, the FARC is made up of 77 distinct military units organized by their geographical location, called Fronts. Clusters of Fronts form seven distinct Blocs, each of which is led by a Bloc Commander. Various FARC Fronts coordinate their cocaine and cocaine paste manufacturing and distribution activities, based on their geographical location and whether they have a local FARC cocaine conversion laboratory. In addition, Fronts located on Colombia’s borders were primarily responsible for transporting cocaine outside of Colombia, and facilitating the exchange of cocaine and cocaine paste for weapons and supplies used by the FARC. The FARC leaders also required the Fronts to finance themselves through cocaine manufacturing and distribution. FARC Fronts able to produce the greatest revenue were responsible for contributing money and resources to support other Fronts that generated smaller drug revenues. Narcotics proceeds were distributed throughout the FARC, for the enrichment of the Secretariat, Estado Mayorand Bloc Commanders, and in order to purchase weapons and supplies for all members of the FARC.

The indicted members of the Secretariat and Estado Mayor, noting that the FARC could not survive without the proceeds generated from cocaine manufacturing, directed its members to attack and disrupt coca eradication fumigation efforts. The FARC leadership ordered its members to take countermeasures against fumigation, including shooting down fumigation aircrafts; forcing local farmers to participate in rallies against fumigation; and attacking Colombian infrastructure to force the Colombian Government to divert resources from fumigation. Recognizing that the United States has contributed significantly to Colombian fumigation efforts, the FARC leaders also ordered FARC members to kidnap and murder United States citizens in order to dissuade the United States from its continued efforts to fumigate and disrupt the FARC’s cocaine manufacturing and distribution activities.

Much of the FARC’s conflict with what had been Colombia’s main right wing paramilitary organization, the Autodefensas Unidas de Colombia, (the “AUC”), has been over control over coca-growing areas. The FARC’s army has been used, to a significant degree, to advance its cocaine trafficking efforts, including through campaigns against the AUC in coca-rich regions in an attempt to take control of the cocaine profits in those areas, and strategically defending areas of high coca production from advances of the Colombian Government.

MARTINEZ VEGA was a FARC associate who worked closely with the FARC’s 16th Front and assisted the FARC in procuring weapons, ammunition, money and other materials in exchange for cocaine and cocaine paste. Over several years, MARTINEZ VEGA made dozens of such deliveries to the 16th Front, including a delivery in February 2002 of approximately 37 tons of weapons and ammunition in exchange for approximately 2,500 kilograms of cocaine paste and 750 million Colombian pesos. MARTINEZ VEGA is also alleged to have led, in 1996, a squad of FARC members which located four other FARC members suspected of stealing arms which the FARC purchased with cocaine, all of whom were immediately executed. MARTINEZ VEGA was presented today in District of Columbia federal court before United States United States District Judge THOMAS F. HOGAN. Co-defendant ERMINSO CUEVAS CABRERA, a/k/a “Mincho,” the first charged FARC leadership defendant to be extradited, arrived in the United States from Colombia on September 19, 2007. According to the indictment, CUEVAS CABRERA, a/k/a “Mincho,” was a manager of cocaine laboratories for the FARC’s 14th Front, where he oversaw the production and distribution of hundreds of tons of cocaine for the benefit of the FARC and for his brother, indicted defendant JOSE BENITO CABRERA CUEVAS, a/k/a “Fabian Ramirez,” current member of the FARC’s Estado Mayor. CUEVAS-

CABRERA was arraigned on September 20, and ordered detained pending trial. Co-defendant JORGE ENRIQUE RODRIGUEZ MENDIETA, a/k/a “Ivan Vargas,” was extradited from Colombia and had his initial Court appearance in the United States on November 5, 2007.

RODRIGUEZ MENDIETA served as a member of the Estado Mayor of the FARC, the Front Commander of the 24th Front, a member of the leadership of the FARC’s Middle Magdalena Bloc, and a FARC special forces commander. In these roles, he directed the purchase of hundreds of thousands of kilograms of cocaine paste, and transmitted billions of Colombian pesos in drug proceeds to higher ranking FARC officials. He is further charged with operating a FARC cocaine-processing laboratory. As commander of the 24th Front, RODRIGUEZ MENDIETA is alleged to have ordered the murder of at least eight farmers. RODRIGUEZ MENDIETA is also alleged to have led FARC military campaigns ordered by the FARC Secretariat against the AUC in order to retake coca-rich lands, and to have ordered a FARC member to shoot down fumigation planes. RODRIGUEZ MENDIETA is also alleged to have plotted with another charged defendant to retaliate against United States law enforcement officers who were conducting this investigation.

RODRIGUEZ MENDIETA was arraigned on November 29, 2007, and ordered detained pending trial. The State Department has offered $75 million in rewards for information leading to the arrest of the highest-ranking FARC leadership defendants, who remain fugitives. “The FARC remains the largest, most profitable, and most dangerous narcotics trafficking organization in the world. It poses a serious threat not only in Colombia, but also on the streets of New York and other American cities, where it’s cocaine is sold,” said U.S. Attorney GARCIA.

“Juan Martinez-Vega operated at the FARC’s core, dealing arms and ammunition in exchange for thousands of kilos of cocaine that ultimately made its way to American neighborhoods,” said DEA Acting Administrator LEONHART. “Martinez Vega’s extradition serves as another blow to FARC operations and demonstrates this country’s aggressive pursuit and prosecution of drug criminals who seek profit from poison.”

The investigation resulting in these charges was led by the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York, working with the New York Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Strike Force (which is comprised of agents and officers of the United States Drug Enforcement Administration, the New York City Police Department, the United States Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation Division, the Department of Homeland Security Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the New York State Police, the United States Marshals Service, the United States Secret Service and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives), and the DEA’s Bogota, Colombia, Country Office. The investigation, conducted under the auspices of the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force (“OCDETF”) Program, involved unprecedented cooperation from the Colombian Military, the Colombian National Police, and the Colombian Fiscalia. Mr.

GARCIA praised all the law enforcement partners involved in the investigation, and thanked the Criminal Division’s Office of International Affairs for their involvement in the extradition process.

The case is being supervised by the Office’s International Narcotics Trafficking Unit. The charges contained in the Indictment are merely allegations. All defendants are presumed innocent unless and until convicted in a court of law.

 

24 super tucano tucanos para equador ecuador , agora colômbia e equador têm os mesmos aviões

26/01/2010

Los Súper Tucano que Ecuador compró a Brasil

realizarán mañana su primer vuelo

Los dos aviones Súper Tucano, de una flotilla de 24, que llegaron a Ecuador desde Brasil, realizarán mañana su primer vuelo oficial durante la inauguración de un aeropuerto provincial, informó hoy la Presidencia.

Las dos aeronaves llegaron ayer a la base aérea de Manta (costa oeste) y participarán en los actos oficiales de la inauguración del aeropuerto de Santa Rosa, en la ciudad de Machala, al sur del país.

Los dos aviones forman parte de una flota de 24 adquiridos por el Gobierno de Ecuador a la empresa brasileña Embraer.

“Estas nuevas aeronaves que poseen tecnología de cuarta generación formarán parte de una nueva flota de aviones de ataque ligero y de entrenamiento avanzado para los pilotos de combate”, explicó la Presidencia en su portal de Internet.

“El Súper Tucano está diseñado para operar en los escenarios más complejos de combate, incluyendo la capacidad de empleo nocturno, uso de armas inteligentes y tecnología de enlace de datos”, agregó.

La nueva flota aérea “reemplazará a los A-37 y a los Strikemaster” que actualmente tienen las Fuerzas Armadas y que “han volado más de 40 años, desde principio de los 70″.

También “servirán para la capacitación de personal en la aviación subsónica de combate”.

El pasado viernes el presidente Rafael Correa anunció la llegada de los dos primeros aviones brasileños Súper Tucano y apuntó que seis de ellos tendrán su base en un aeropuerto en la provincia de Sucumbíos, fronteriza con Colombia.

Vía EFE

O PAÍS MAIS POBRE DAS AMÉRICAS CONTINENTE AMERICANO AMÉRICA terremoto TELEVISÃO E INTERNET NÃO MOSTRA A PARTE REALMENTE POBRE FAVELA POBREZA DO POVO DO HAITI E DE PORTO PRÍNCIPE, O HOMEM CULTO MOSTRA:

16/01/2010

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REVERENDO PASTOR PAT ROBERTSON FALA DO HAITI TERREMOTO E PACTO COM SATANÁS CAPETA SATÃ NA INDEPENDÊNCIA DO HAITI

16/01/2010

Televangelist Rev. Pat Robertson said on Wednesday that the earthquake in Haiti was connected to a “pact made with the devil” by the Haitian people in the 19th century.

Pat Robertson blames Haiti earthquake on “pact with Satan”

He further said that the Haitians made the pact to be able to defeat their French colonizers during that time.

On his show on the Christian Broadcasting Network, Robertson said, “Something happened a long time ago in Haiti, and people might not want to talk about it. They were under the heel of the French … and they got together and swore a pact to the devil. They said, ‘We will serve you if you’ll get us free from the French.’”

“True story. And the devil said, ‘OK, it’s a deal.’ Ever since, they have been cursed by one thing after another,” He added.

The televangelist’s 700 Club TV program gave a statement to elaborate on his comments: “Dr. Robertson never stated that the earthquake was God’s wrath. Dr. Robertson’s compassion for the people of Haiti is clear. He called for prayer for them.”

consul do haiti causa polêmica politicamente incorreta com frase no sbt sobre pobres e pobreza do haiti relacionada com a cultura e religião, “”macumba”‘

15/01/2010
cônsul-geral do Haiti em São Paulo, George Antoine, segundos antes de iniciar a gravação de uma entrevista para o SBT nesta quinta-feira, 14, soltou duas frases  politicamente incorretas em relação ao terremoto que devastou o país mais pobre da América Central.

Com microfone de lapela e aparentemente sem saber que o áudio já estava sendo gravado,  Antoine virou-se para um funcionário da representação diplomática e disse:

“Foi bom para nós aqui do consulado porque nos dará mais visibilidade (…) Acho que de, tanto mexer com macumba, não sei o que é aquilo… O africano em si tem maldição. Todo lugar que tem africano lá tá f…”

falsas mensagens emails falsos pedidos de ajuda terremoto vítimas haiti alerta denuncie pedido de dinheiro donativos contribuição vítimas FBI

14/01/2010

http://www.fbi.gov/pressrel/pressrel10/earthquake011310.htm 

Press Release

For Immediate Release

January 13, 2010 

 Washington D.C.

FBI National Press Office

(202) 324-3691 

Haitian Earthquake Relief Fraud Alert 

The FBI today reminds Internet users who receive appeals to donate money in the aftermath of Tuesday’s earthquake in Haiti to apply a critical eye and do their due diligence before responding to those requests. Past tragedies and natural disasters have prompted individuals with criminal intent to solicit contributions purportedly for a charitable organization and/or a good cause. 

Therefore, before making a donation of any kind, consumers should adhere to certain guidelines, to include the following: 

Do not respond to any unsolicited (spam) incoming e-mails, including clicking links contained within those messages.

Be skeptical of individuals representing themselves as surviving victims or officials asking for donations via e-mail or social networking sites.

Verify the legitimacy of nonprofit organizations by utilizing various Internet-based resources that may assist in confirming the group’s existence and its nonprofit status rather than following a purported link to the site.

Be cautious of e-mails that claim to show pictures of the disaster areas in attached files because the files may contain viruses. Only open attachments from known senders.

Make contributions directly to known organizations rather than relying on others to make the donation on your behalf to ensure contributions are received and used for intended purposes.

Do not give your personal or financial information to anyone who solicits contributions: Providing such information may compromise your identity and make you vulnerable to identity theft.

Anyone who has received an e-mail referencing the above information or anyone who may have been a victim of this or a similar incident should notify the IC3 via www.ic3.gov

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