UN PAYS PEOPLE 100,000 EUROS TO PLAY DOMINOS ON CONTRACT TO TRAIN PNH

March 12, 2018
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Mar 12, 2018

This lady was hired to train PNH people in 2012 with a wage of 100,000 Euros.

Tammy Fischer, of Saint Louis, Missouri,  was Chief of Mission.

If you listen to her video you will discover her frustration, and the frustration of many others, over the United Nation’s total disinterest in making the best use of dollars committed to Haitian projects.

Since the beginning, of the UN involvement in Haiti, big salaries have been paid to people who never left the comfort of luxury hotels.

Many – since they didn’t speak French or Creole –  they required expensive interpreters through which to communicate.

If these people complained, about being underutilized, they were told to shut up and accept the cash. Those who pressed, were fired and sent home.

The Jovenel Moise government must take a real and realistic view of the UN contract that expires April 15, 2018.

Everyone must look in the mirror and ask themselves the same question: “What does the UN do for Haiti?”

Most of the honest answers can find nothing positive, balanced by many negative things.

Might be time to send them home to live on Food Stamps, Unemployment Insurance ….

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One Response to “ UN PAYS PEOPLE 100,000 EUROS TO PLAY DOMINOS ON CONTRACT TO TRAIN PNH ”

  1. COLLINS on March 12, 2018 at

    Many years ago, I was loaned to the United Nations by the air force. My unit, the Canadian armored team and the Yugoslav detachment were the only units that really functioned effectively.

    It is interesting to note that the Canadians and Yugoslavs were paid by their respective governments, not by the UN.

    Must be a message here.

    A lot of “hangers on” taking advantage of an opportunity to have the UN pay thousands of military people.