Tucker Carlson asks, “Why can’t you say that?”
Fox News and President Donald Trump are not being racist when they say or ask these questions, they are being honest. I guarantee the Libs and the LEFT make the same comments, they just say it where no one can hear them. Could better words been used than sh*t hole, probably. But that is what most Americans would have said if you asked them. Sadly, these countries are not hell holes, third world countries, etc, because of the people who live there, they are because of their dictatorial leaders. Those in charge have exploited their countries resources and people. Seriously folks, have you taken a good look at Haiti lately? As Carlson said, “President Trump said something that almost every American agrees with. An awful lot of immigrants come to this country from other places that aren’t very nice. Those places are dangerous, their dirty, their corrupt and they are poor. That is the main reason why those immigrants are trying to come here. And you would too.”
Very true. This is not racist. It is a socioeconomic issue.
Seriously folks, where would you rather live, Haiti or Norway? Haiti or the United States? The choice also should be asked for where would you rather vacation, study, retire or go on a honeymoon. If anyone said Haiti, you are being dishonest. I wonder how many people from Haiti who are refugees think Haiti is a hell hole?
A list of the UN’s Least Developed Countries. Hmm, is the UN now racist?
3View Search Services Announce Strategic Partnership with World Peace One & Arts for Humanities Global at Sundance Film Festival 2010 for Haitian Relief & Search Efforts
In an EXCLUSIVE with3View Search Services Foundation, they have announced a strategic partnership with World Peace One and Arts For Humanity Global at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah to aid humanitarian relief and search and recovery efforts in Haiti.
The aerial imaging breakthrough technology developed by 3View Founder Sean Henady is critical for both recovery and rebuilding initiatives in the devastated region.
Sean Henady, President and founder of 3View Search Services and co-founder
and Vice President Mandy Albritton will be keynote speakers this evening at the
Sundance Film Festival Twenty Ten.
By invitation, they will also be meeting with ancillary organizations to create further alliances and partnerships that will progress search efforts in Haiti.
These partnerships are structured to facilitate prompt responses for future humanitarian search efforts globally as well; when ever and where ever such services are needed.
3View Search Services is a non-profit 501C3 organization that offers
industry-leading, remote aerial monitoring and surveying for the commercial,
industrial and agricultural industries while developing unique tools and
techniques for search and rescue operations.
Most recently, 3View was tapped for aerial imagery in efforts to locate Caylee Marie Anthony, missing 34 month old Orlando toddler. Sean Henady has been named as a witness for the State in the prosecution of her mother, Casey Anthony, in her murder.
The core units of 3VSS develops and deploys radio-controlled
mini-helicopters and airplanes that carry a variety of sensors and high
resolution imagery equipment. These UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) feature
onboard computers complete with stabilization and realtime image monitoring.
As stated by Sean Henady, President of 3View Search Services, “With the
remote-controlled equipment, you can cover so much territory in a little
time and at a fraction of the cost of using a full-size plane or helicopter.
And it’s not like we’re just flying over an area, hoping to see something.
We’re capturing high-quality images that we can review from the ground and
then study more in-depth later.”
The strategic alliances with such groups like World Peace One, Art for
Humanity and others will greatly advance the response capabilities and expand the
scope of searches for missing persons both domestically and
3View expects to deploy it’s assets to the Haitian relief and recovery efforts within the next week.
As actors, actresses, singers and other celebrities come out and offer their help to aid Haiti, “Hope for Haiti Now,” in the wake of the devastating 7.0 magnitude earthquake, the Hollywood LEFT’s favorite Marxits, socialist, Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez accused the US for the earthquake in Haiti last week.
Once again we are blessed with the comments of Hugo Chavez:
Russia Today: Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez has once again accused the United States of playing God. But this time it’s Haiti’s disastrous earthquake that he thinks the U.S. was behind. Spanish newspaper ABC quotes Chavez as saying that the U.S. Navy launched a weapon capable of inducing a powerful earthquake off the shore of Haiti. He adds that this time it was only a drill and the final target is … destroying and taking over Iran.
Hugo’s Lost that Loving Feeling?
According to the Venezuelan voice of sanity, the United States apparently possesses an “earthquake weapon” that set off the catastrophic quake in Haiti and killed 200,000 innocents.
As Thousands Remain Missing in Haiti Including Many Americans (Lynn University Students) … Haiti Calls off Search & Rescue, Now only Search & Recovery
Haiti announces they will stop looking for the missing … Many Americans still unaccounted for in Haiti.
A little more than a week after the catastrophic 7.0 magnitude earthquake in Haiti, the Haitian government has called off the search and rescue phase of the earthquake relief effort. Much to the sadness and horror of families hoping beyond hope that their loved ones will be found alive underneath the rubble, they hear today that search efforts to find people alive have been stopped. The curious part of this decision is that just yesterday two individuals were rescued from the rubble.
Four students from Lynn University, Stephanie Crispinelli, Courtney Hayes, Christine Gianacaci, and Britney Gengel, are all still missing in Haiti following last week’s devastating earthquake.
(Courtesy Lynn University)
Haiti’s government has ended the search and rescue phase of the quake relief effort after two people who spent 10 days buried under rubble were pulled out alive and the death toll soared to more than 110,000.
The United Nations said 132 people had been saved from debris but that “the government has declared the search and rescue phase over.
“There were 132 live rescues by international search and rescue teams,” the UN’s Organisation for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs added in its latest situation report on the relief effort. Related article:Aid brings relief for some
An 84-year-old woman and 22-year-old man defied the odds by being rescued from the rubble in Port-au-Prince on Friday.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey, a magnitude 7.0 quake struck Haiti shortly before 5 pm and was centered about 10 miles southwest of Port-au-Prince. As reported by the AP, US officials reported bodies in the streets and many feared dead. An aid official described “total disaster and chaos.”
Numerous pics of the devastation can be seen HERE.
Please pray for those in Haiti. The Haiti Ambassador to the US said stated, “please tell the world that Haiti needs them right now.”
The United States has always come to the aid of Haiti in the past and will once again step up to the plate to help the people of Haiti in the wake of this terrible disaster.
A major earthquake struck southern Haiti on Tuesday, knocking down buildings and power lines and inflicting what its ambassador to the United States called a catastrophe for the Western Hemisphere’s poorest nation.
Several eyewitnesses reported heavy damage and bodies in the streets of the capital, Port-au-Prince, where concrete-block homes line steep hillsides. There was no estimate of the dead and wounded Tuesday evening, but the U.S. State Department has been told to expect “serious loss of life,” department spokesman P.J. Crowley told reporters in Washington.
Many more pics can be seen HERE.
There are reports of damage and casualties. Communications have been badly affected and in many areas there have been loss of electricity.
“It’s really dark, there’s no electricity. There’s a lot of cars on the streets, and people are afraid to get inside of the house. We cannot expect electricity for anytime soon,” said Pedrel.
“I see a lot of people on the streets, crying for help. I know there’s a lot of people under the building collapse. A lot of traffic, people crying, people bleeding. It’s a disaster,” Pedrel said.
It is also being reported that there are bodies in the street. US official said a “serious loss of life” was expected. I cringe to think what the loss of life may be like in this impoverished Caribbean nation.
Witnesses reported damaged buildings throughout the capital, including the president’s residence and century-old homes nearby, and The Associated Press reported that a hospital collapsed. President Rene Preval is safe, Joseph said, but there was no estimate of the dead and wounded Tuesday evening.
Haiti is the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, this is about the last thing that Haiti needed. What they will need is our support, help and prayers.
The NY Post is reporting it as a 7.3 magnitude earthquake with two powerful aftershocks measuring 5.9 and 5.5 on the Richter scale.
The Red Cross pledged an initial $200,000 in aid. “We do have staff on the ground – we have not been able to reach them,” said Red Cross spokesman Abbi Weaver.
Witnesses said the streets of the capital were full of panicked people, and screams were coming from under the piles of rubble seen everywhere.
People were clawing at the rubble with their bare hands, trying to save loved ones, witnesses said.
Relief Agencies Ready Haiti Preparations: Government Agencies and Nonprofits Ready to Help Haiti after Earthquake and Reports of “Significant Damage”
UPDATE I: Disaster Alert: Earthquake in Haiti
The American Red Cross is pledging an initial $200,000 to assist communities impacted by this earthquake, and is prepared to take further action as local responders assess the situation. As with most earthquakes, we expect to see immediate needs for food, water, temporary shelter, medical services and emotional support.
The American Red Cross is accepting donations, you can donate through their International Response Fund.
Phone lines are down in Haiti, he said, but families can call the embassy in Washington at 202-332-4090.