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One half of the operating budget of the Haitian government comes from handouts from America, Canada, and France.

While most Americans agree that we should provide disaster relief to our neighbors, support for perpetually sustaining a nation for all time is hard to stomach. America built Haiti’s infrastructure, policed, and propped up the nation from 1915-1934. In 1973 to the present the US has consistently been Haiti’s leading source of foreign aid. Today one half of the Haitian operating budget comes in from foreign aid from the US, Canada, France, and other white nations. Even more comes from private charities using money donated mostly by white people. Since 2006 Haiti began receiving money from Cuba and Venezuela as well.

In 2007, the United States gave $42 Billion in foreign aid to 69 different foreign countries. This number has been rising each year from only $17.5 Billion in 2000! Countries that received a half billion or more include: Afghanistan, Columbia, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kenya, Mali, Pakistan, Russia, and the Sudan. Haiti received a meager $200 million, less than many previous years. This does not count the hundreds of billions spent each year providing for the defense of Japan, Europe, South Korea, and others.

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Haiti. Just uttering this two-syllable word is enough to cause consternation among Black people and it will send disingenuous white liberals and crusading white pedagogues into a general conniption fit of rage of general hysteria.

The nation of some 9 million people is more than 90 percent Black, and the government there derives nearly 40 percent of its operating budget from foreign aid:

“By most economic measures, Haiti is the poorest country in the Americas. It had a nominal GDP of 7.018 billion USD in 2009[23] with a GDP per capita of 790 USD,[24] about $2 per person per day.

“It is an impoverished country, one of the world’s poorest and least developed. Comparative social and economic indicators show Haiti falling behind other low-income developing countries (particularly in the hemisphere) since the 1980s. Haiti now ranks 149th of 182 countries in the United Nations Human Development Index (2006). About 80% of the population were estimated to be living in poverty in 2003.[25] Most Haitians live on $2 or less per day. Economic growth was negative in 2001 and 2002, and flat in 2003.

About 66% of all Haitians work in the agricultural sector, which consists mainly of small-scale subsistence farming,[26] but this activity makes up only 30% of the GDP. The country has experienced little formal job creation over the past decade, although the informal economy is growing. Mangoes and coffee are two of Haiti’s most important exports.[26] It has consistently ranked among the most corrupt countries in the world on the Corruption Perceptions Index.

Foreign aid makes up approximately 30%-40% of the national government’s budget. The largest donor is the United States followed by Canada, and the European Union also contributes. Venezuela and Cuba also make various contributions to Haiti’s economy, especially after alliances were renewed in 2006 and 2007.”

The government officials in Haiti make the people who run the cities of Atlanta, Baltimore and Detroit look like the Swiss in comparison (however, evidence that gift cards are being stolen by the Haitian Prime Minister are difficult to confirm, unlike Baltimore’s fine ex-mayor Sheila Dixon).

The history of Haiti is one that Black people would rather white people not know about, and frankly, one Black people would rather forget as well. The nation has long been run by Black people, and as the CIA Fact Book discloses, is one of the most poorly run and corrupt nations on the planet.

Were it not for the massive infusion of cash from 1st World nations, Haiti would not exist (if the country is in such dire circumstances when half of the operating budget is supplied by white nations, what do you think would happen if that money was cut off completely. Worse, what type of return on investment are these benevolent nations getting?).