HAAP, HAÏTI, GUERRE, OCCUPATION, SIONISTE

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  L'ÉCHO des MONTAGNES, dans le légitime but de vous informer, ce qui est un droit constitutionnel et un droit international, vous livre quelques photographies de l'occupation militaire "u.s.onusienne.sioniste" à HAÏTI.




31 January 2010

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Military and UN bivouacs have accommodated media encampments at the airport.

 



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Military and civilian cargo aircraft are shown on the tarmac of Port-au-Prince International Airport, Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2010, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The planes are off-loading humanitarian relief supplies as the country was hit by an earthquake on Jan. 12. AP

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An APC of the Brazilian UN forces guards trucks with food and other supplies as they leave the UN compound at the Port-au-Prince airport, January 18, 2010. World leaders pledged aid to rebuild Haiti after what the United Nations called the worst humanitarian crisis in decades, but earthquake survivors were still waiting on Sunday for food, water and medicine. Reuters

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general view of the tent village in the U.N compound at the Port-au-Prince airport where search and rescue teams from all over the world have set up camp January 18, 2010. World leaders pledged aid to rebuild Haiti after what the United Nations called the worst humanitarian crisis in decades, but earthquake survivors were still waiting on Sunday for food, water and medicine. Reuers

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U.N. peacekeepers stand guard at the airport of Port-au-Prince January 18, 2010. Thousands more U.S. troops will help U.N. peacekeepers keep order on Haiti's increasingly lawless streets as tens of thousands of survivors wait desperately for aid. Reuters

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A member of Taiwan's Taipei Urban Search and rescue team prepares for today's deployment at the UN compound at the Port-au-Prince airport in the early Monday morning hours January 18, 2010. Taiwan is leading political rival China in aid to quake-stricken Haiti, sending $5 million to help a diplomatic ally that Beijing may one day hope to woo, officials said on Monday. Reuters

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Member of the United Kingdom Search and Rescue Unit prepare for their deployment in the devastated Haitian capital from the UN compound at the Port-au-Prince airport in the early Monday morning hours January 18, 2010. World leaders pledged aid to rebuild Haiti after what the United Nations called the worst humanitarian crisis in decades, but earthquake survivors were still waiting on Sunday for food, water and medicine. Reuters

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A U.S. Army soldier from the 173rd Company, 73rd Cavalry Division, stands in front of the Toussaint L'ouverture airport in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Friday, Jan. 15, 2010. AP

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This Friday, Jan. 15, 2010 photo provided by the U.S. Air Force shows tents on the edge of the runway at the Port-au-Prince airport, Haiti, providing shelter to U.S. military personnel participating in the relief effort in Haiti after a devastating earthquake. AP

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U.S. soldiers build a tent at the national airport after Tuesday's earthquake in Port-au-Prince January 14, 2010. Troops and planeloads of food and medicine streamed into Haiti on Thursday to aid a traumatized nation still rattled by aftershocks from the catastrophic earthquake that flattened homes and government buildings and buried countless people. Reuters

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In this satellite image of the city of Port-au-Prince shows a plane at the Port-au-Prince International airport on January 13, 2010 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Planeloads of rescuers and relief supplies headed to Haiti as governments and aid agencies launched a massive relief operation after a powerful earthquake that may have killed thousands. US President Barack Obama ordered a swift and aggressive US rescue effort, while the European Union activated its crisis systems and the Red Cross and United Nations unlocked emergency funds and supplies for the destitute nation. Much of Port-au-Prince was reduced to rubble by the 7.0-strong quake on January 12 but the airport was operational, opening the way for international relief aid to be ferried in by air as well as by sea. Getty


Haiti Airport Military Bivouacs 1994-2010

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21 January 2010

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17 January 2010. Camps at east end of airport.

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21 January 2010. Military camp.

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21 January 2010. Military camp at left, UN and media at right.

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21 January 2010. UN and media camps.

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21 January 2010. Military camp at west end of airport.

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Historical photos of airport camps follows.

2004 camps when US military and the UN last encamped Haiti.

1994 US military camps.

14 January 2010

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13 January 2010

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27 July 2009

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4 March 2008

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30 November 2007

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30 January 2006

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1 October 2005

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5 August 2004

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20 May 2004

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19 April 2004

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14 March 2004

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20 December 2003

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13 December 2003

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9 October 2003

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21 July 2002

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1994 Haiti US military encampment


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Aerial view of Camp Falcon, Port au Prince. U.S. military are in Haiti for Operation Uphold Democracy and Operation Restore Democracy. Photographer's Name: Sgt R. J. Pixler (USMC). Location: PORT AU PRINCE. Date Shot: 10/21/1994. Date Posted: unknown. [This eventually became the UN airport compound.]


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Aerial View of the ramp at Port-au-Prince International Airport, Haiti during Operation Phoenix Shark. A C-5 Galaxy, along with other planes, equipment and troops, are on the ramp. Exact Date Shot Unknown. Photographer's Name: TSgt Val Gempis (USAF). Location: PORT AU PRINCE. Date Shot: 9/1/1994. Date Posted: unknown

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An aerial photo shows U.S. troops begin to occupy the north end of the Port-au-Prince Airport with vehicles and equipment near Air Haiti aircraft during Operation Uphold Democracy. Photographer's Name: SSgt James E. Lotz (USAF). Location: PORT AU PRINCE. Date Shot: 9/28/1994. Date Posted: unknown

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Aerial shot of Port au Prince International Airport during Operation Uphold Democracy. U.S. military forces are in Haiti to preserve law and order and to restore the democratic government of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. Exact Date Shot Unknown. Photographer's Name: TSgt Val Gempis (USAF)Location: PORT AU PRINCE. Date Shot: 9/1/1994. Date Posted: unknown.

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Aerial shot of the runway at Port au Prince International Airport during Operation Uphold Democracy. U.S. military forces are in Haiti to preserve law and order and to restore the democratic government of President Aristide. Exact Date Shot Unknown. Photographer's Name: TSgt Val Gempis (USAF). Location: PORT AU PRINCE. Date Shot: 9/1/1994. Date Posted: unknown.

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At the north end of Port au Prince Airport, Haiti, a tent city is being constructed by the 820th Red Horse Squadron from Nellis AFB, Nevada in support of Operation Uphold Democracy. Exact Date Shot Unknown. Photographer's Name: SSgt James E. Lotz (USAF). Location: PORT AU PRINCE. Date Shot: 9/1/1994. Date Posted: unknown.

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U.S. Marines and guide in search of bandits. Haiti, Ca. 1919. (Marine Corps) EXACT DATE SHOT UNKNOWN NARA FILE #: 127-N-519898 WAR & CONFLICT BOOK #: 370. Photographer's Name: Unknown. Location: unknown. Date Shot: 1/1/1919. Date Posted: unknown

 


 



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