The Murder of Haiti President Moise By British Empire Assassins Explained By LaRouchePac Member
Haiti, Cuba – Who’s Next?July 14 (EIRNS) — Was the murder of Haiti’s President Jovenel Moïse just a pawn’s gambit by the British and the U.S. targeting Cuba and the Caribbean Basin as a whole? President Moïse was assassinated on July 7, in a black op carried out by a collection of mercenaries, many of whom were “former” informants and stringers for the DEA, the FBI and other U.S. agencies. Within days, the new “government” of Haiti — or at least one of the three individuals claiming to be the new President — was asking for the U.S. to send troops into Haiti to help “restore order” and provide “humanitarian assistance.” Two days after that, on Sunday July 11, unusual street demonstrations broke out in Havana, Cuba, protesting against the government and the economic crisis and egged on by a coordinated social media campaign. Washington came out strongly backing the demonstrators. The Mayor of Miami Francis Suarez suggested American airstrikes against Cuba are an option that has to be seriously considered. Not that another Bay of Pigs is likely at this point, but it should be noted that Haiti and Cuba are only 60 miles apart — and the part of Cuba that is nearest to Haiti is its southeastern tip, where Guantanamo is located. It’s a fool’s errand to try to explain the events in Haiti in terms of what’s happening in that country. Reports are contradictory, but CNN reported that “several of the men involved in the assassination of Haiti’s President previously worked as U.S. law enforcement informants.” In fact the DEA itself publicly admitted so yesterday: “At times, one of the suspects in the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse was a confidential source to the DEA.” But, they piously pronounced, “Following the assassination of President Moïse, the suspect reached out to his contacts at the DEA. A DEA official assigned to Haiti urged the suspect to surrender to local authorities and, along with a U.S. State Department official, provided information to the Haitian government that assisted in the surrender and arrest of the suspect and one other individual,” the DEA said. And just in case it had crossed anyone’s mind, the DEA statement assured the public that none of the attackers were operating on behalf of the agency. Other suspects, CNN reported, were working as informants for the FBI.
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