'Have you considered the correlation between the Clinton Foundation, World Vision, and CIA/Jesuit Black Ops in Haiti? Or is that simply semantics for more of the same crimes against humanity perpetrated under the illusion of charity to fund a global domination agenda?
My experiences carrying out Black Ops in Haiti under MK Ultra mind control gave me deep insight into the plight of this traumatized nation. Haiti was being used as a testing ground for trauma-based mind control, multi-generational genetic alteration, infestation of AIDs, human trafficking, and an epicenter for CIA cocaine and heroin drug ops.
I know from personal experience on a White House/Pentagon level that mind control is used to enforce actions contrary to innate human nature. Mind control’s sliding scale extends to Psychological Warfare, which is a missing piece of the puzzle that brings the Big Picture into focus as to what in the world is really going on with Haiti.
Several years ago when I learned of Rep Maxine Waters’ deep Haitian political connections, I turned over vast amounts of detailed testimony to her with renewed hopes and expectations of exposing CIA drug ops and helping the plight of the Haitians. This was not to be the case any more than was Maxine Waters’ handling of Gary Webb’s testimony that inspired the CIA to investigate and clear themselves of drug ops despite over 500,000 documents proving otherwise. This raises questions that demand answers.
Bill Clinton’s infamous Mena cocaine operations that I’d been exposed to since the late 1970’s extended internationally to include Haiti and expanded into related criminal activity such as human trafficking. Bill and Hillary’s complicity in crimes against humanity are rooted deeply with absolute power corrupting absolutely.'
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