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Haiti Earthquake Relief is a Boondoggle. The Illuminati control charity and relief efforts, and profit from disaster. Haiti, a close neighbour of the US with over nine million people, was devastated by earthquake on January 12, 2010. Hundreds of thousands were killed and many more wounded.

The UN estimated international donors gave Haiti over $1.6 billion in relief aid since the earthquake (about $155 per Haitian) and over $2 billion in recovery aid (about $173 per Haitian) over the last two years.

Yet Haiti looks like the earthquake happened two months ago, not two years. Over half a million people remain homeless in hundreds of informal camps, most of the tons of debris from destroyed buildings still lays where it fell, and cholera, a preventable disease, was introduced into the country and is now an epidemic killing thousands and sickening hundreds of thousands more.
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It turns out that almost none of the money that the general public thought was going to Haiti actually went directly to Haiti. A large percentage of the money went to international aid agencies, and big well connected non-governmental organizations (NGOs).

The American Red Cross received over $486 million in donations for Haiti. It says two-thirds of the money has been contracted to relief and recovery efforts, though specific details are difficult to come by. The CEO of American Red Cross has a salary of over $500,000 per year.

"The NGOs still have something to respond to about their accountability, because there is a lot of cash out there," according to Nigel Fisher, the UN's chief humanitarian officer in Haiti. "What about the $1.5 to $2 billion that the Red Cross and NGOs got from ordinary people, and matched by governments? What's happened to that? And that's where it's very difficult to trace those funds."

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