Archive for October 17th, 2016

MUST HAVE INTERDICTION ORDER AGAINST CEP MEMBERS UNTIL ACCOUNTS AUDITIED AND VOTES COUNTED – LEOPOLD BERLANGER HAS 5 ONE WAY TICKETS FOR HIMSELF AND 4 FAMILY MENBERS NOVEMBER 10

October 17, 2016
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MUST HAVE INTERDICTION ORDER AGAINST CEP MEMBERS UNTIL ACCOUNTS AUDITIED AND VOTES COUNTED – LEOPOLD BERLANGER HAS 5 ONE WAY TICKETS FOR HIMSELF AND 4 FAMILY MENBERS NOVEMBER 10

October 19, 2016 The old saying – “RATS DESERTING A SINKING SHIP” really fits the CEP attitude as the reality of our situation accelerates towards the abyss. The CEP members have accumulated small fortunes – some larger fortunes, during their ineffective, criminal  term of office. CEP chief Leopold Berlanger has become independently wealthy as...
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Dubai’s Emir flies more than £250,000 of aid to Haiti in his private jet

October 17, 2016
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Dubai’s Emir flies more than £250,000 of aid to Haiti in his private jet

Sheikh Mohammed donated 90 tonnes of emergency supplies in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew Matt Payton United Arab Emirates’ Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum Reuters The Emir of Dubai has flown £300,000 of emergency supplies to Haiti on his private jet. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum sent...
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The Herculean task facing Haiti

October 17, 2016
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The Herculean task facing Haiti

Washington Post Maniki Cadet, 67, works in a field removing dead banana trees and shoring up the foundations of others, near Les Cayes, Haiti, after Hurricane Matthew on Oct. 12. (Rebecca Blackwell/ASSOCIATED PRESS) By Editorial Board October 16 at 7:50 PM JEREMIE. LES CAYES. PORT-SALUT. These Haitian towns, blasted and shattered by Hurricane Matthew,...
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The Curse of Charity in Haiti Sustained foreign aid, such as rice, drives many local producers out of business

October 17, 2016
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The Curse of Charity in Haiti Sustained foreign aid, such as rice, drives many local producers out of business

By Mary Anastasia O’Grady Oct. 16, 2016 5:25 p.m. ET Tragedy has hit Haiti—again. Local officials put the death toll from Hurricane Matthew above 1,000, and a cholera epidemic is likely to drive that number higher. At the center of the devastation, in the rural western part of the country, homes have been shredded...
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