“Hope — it is the quintessential human delusion, simultaneously the source of your greatest strength and your greatest weakness.”
For the Haitian crisis can never fully be rectified as long as Haitians remain in Haiti, no matter how much praying is done and no matter how much hope is passed along to that islands Black population.
Billions of dollars prior to the earthquake failed miserably to create a sustainable government, an enterprising population proficient enough to build infrastructure in Haiti and worse, virtually anyone capable of cultivating the land for food and sustaining the exponentially expanding population that resembled the alien situation from the film District 9.
Oddly, the same scenario now befalls Zimbabwe, a nation where Black people can no longer feed themselves on the same land where white farmers once cultivated enough provisions to label that country “The Bread Basket of Africa”. The common denominator is of course, Black people in charge of both Haiti and Zimbabwe.
How much money has been raised for Haiti through text-messaging initiatives, church offerings, and the scam that is the Yele Haiti Charity of Wyclef Jean along with money from corporations here in the United States, not to mention the $100 million pledged by Mein Obama at a time when the US deficit has reached $12 trillion?
Can it be accounted for? Can it be quantified? Can an ROI be deduced from the benevolent nature of the American people? Should aid even be given?
Don’t forget the hundreds of millions of dollars that will be spent on US military personnel via the occupation of the island to keep and maintain peace (at least six more months).
Some have deemed Haiti and the crisis engulfing that land a crime of US Imperialism. This is wrong and a goofy delusion of those Disingenuous White Liberals who continue to give money to the perpetually open coffers of Haiti in hopes that every Haitian will one day love classical music.
Haiti is a crime of nature, allowed to continue thanks to the misplaced hope of millions who cling to the delusional belief in change. By throwing millions, billions, hell trillions of dollars to sustain a population of 9 million people incapable of sustaining themselves is the height of insanity.
Luckily, a solution to the problem does exist, as Haitians must be brought to America. Nine million Haitians must be brought to America now, so that every city can experience the glory of a Little Haiti (like the one in Miami).
Of course, this misses out on important point: Haitians are Black people and Black people currently enjoy a horrible unemployment rate in America. Compound that number with an additional 9 million Black people who are virtually unemployable in any meaningful field in America, and you create communities that will quickly resemble the island nation they were just rescued from and perpetuate the vicious cycle of madness that “hope” creates.
Oddly, “Hope for Haiti Now” is new collection of songs that would bring a tear to Pandora’s eyes, and better, dollar signs to those Crusading White Pedagogues eyes:
"Hope for Haiti Now: A Global Benefit for Earthquake Relief," drew a cumulative audience of more than 83 million viewers and a gross average audience of more than 24 million viewers in the United States, according to Nielsen Media Research. The telethon has now raised more than $61 million in donations from the general public to date.
"Hope for Haiti Now" aired on Friday, January 22, 2010 at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT and 7:00 p.m. CT, across networks including ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, CNN, BET, The CW, HBO, MTV, VH1, CMT, PBS, TNT, Showtime, AMC, CNBC, COMEDY CENTRAL, Bravo, E! Entertainment, MSNBC, National Geographic Channel, Oxygen, G4, CENTRIC, Current TV, Fuse, MLB Network, EPIX, Palladia, SoapNet, Style, Discovery Health, Planet Green, CNN en Espanol, HBO Latino, Logo, MTV2, MTV Tr3s, MTV Hits, VH1 Classic and VH1 Soul.”
No amount of money can ameliorate Haiti. No amount of aid can save Haiti. Importing vast amounts of Haitians will only have the alchemical effect of turning America into Haiti.
Hope in the hands of Disingenuous White Liberals and Evangelizing White Emissaries (EWE) creates a world of universal misfortune. Look at the success of “We are the World” and “Do They Know Its Christmas?” from the 1980. Wait…
Nothing changed. Not one thing.
Gallup polls show not all Americans are in favor of Haitianizing the United States by bringing in more Haitians, but we at SBPDL disagree. It’s a Black world now, and all capable families should have one Haitian child to show them this obvious truth.
Hope can be a powerful entity, but it can also empower the delusional. In the case of Haiti, the source of our greatest strength continues to empower our greatest weakness. Black Americans, already experiencing record levels of unemployment, will now see that “Hope for Haiti” is an idea that will never come.
Stuff Black People Don’t Like understands one idea today: There is No Hope for Haiti... now or ever.
Don’t forget to buy the album Hope for Haiti Now, iTunes number one selling album of all-time, because it is vital that we help save a nation through our continuous gift of hope. That same nation – mind you – was labeled by the United States Department of State (as of November 23, 2009) as being completely devoid of hope:
“CRIME: There are no "safe” areas in Haiti. There is a persistent danger of violent crime, which can be subject to periodic surges sometimes not obviously explained by other events or conditions. Haiti is among the four most important countries for drug transit to the United States. Law and order in Haiti has steadily deteriorated as a result. Kidnapping, death threats, murders, drug-related shootouts, armed robberies, home break-ins and car-jacking are common in Haiti. Generally, these crimes are committed by Haitians against other Haitians, although several foreigners and U.S. citizens have been victimized.
The incidence of kidnapping in Haiti has diminished from its peak in 2006 when 60 U.S, citizens were reported kidnapped. In 2008, there were 27 reported kidnappings of U.S. citizens, and as of September 2009, one U.S. citizen had been reported kidnapped. Many U.S. citizens who were kidnapped reported being beaten and/or raped by their hostage takers. Kidnapping remains the most critical security concern. Kidnappers have frequently targeted children.”
The above quote was from the United States Department of State, issued on the 23rd of November in 2009.
There is no hope for Haiti and there never was. Sorry to burst your bubble George Clooney, for not even you and every star in Hollywood can shine bright enough this time to change nature. It didn't work for Bob Geldof and Africa, and it won't work for Haiti.