Is the execution of Haiti’s President a Prelude for the eventual Chinese invasion of Taiwan?
A group of 28 foreign mercenaries, including Ex-Colombian soldiers, assassinated Haiti’s President Jovenel Moïse last week.
Arrested suspects were shown to the media on Thursday, along with a slew of seized weapons.
The attack took place in the early hours of Wednesday, when gunmen broke into the president’s home in Port-au-Prince, shooting him dead and wounding his wife. Mr Moïse, 53, was found lying on his back with 12 bullet wounds and a gouged eye, according to authorities.
Martine Moïse, 47, was seriously wounded and is in a stable condition after being flown to Florida for treatment.
Haitian doctor living in the US
Police have set their focus on a Haitian national they arrested on Sunday, saying he had “political objectives” and accusing him of having recruited the gunmen who shot and killed Moise in the early hours of Wednesday.
Christian Emmanuel Sanon, 63, is a Haitian doctor who lives in Florida. He arrived in the country via private jet last month with a group of Colombian nationals with the initial goal of “arresting the president,” according to Haitian national police director Leon Charles.
The Colombian men were originally going to provide security for Sanon, but “then the mission changed,” Charles said.
Little information was available about Sanon, who describes himself as a doctor who “plays a role in leading Haiti through a life of positive action and absolute integrity” on a Twitter account with his name. It cannot be ruled out that Sanon could be a Chinese CCP recruit for execution of Haiti’s President without the blame falling directly on China.
In several videos posted to a YouTube channel under his name in 2011, Sanon presents himself as a potential leader, critiquing poverty and corruption in Haiti.
“Where are the leaders of Haiti?” He asks. “Nowhere. Do you know why? Because they are corrupt.”
Haitian police said Sunday they had arrested 21 people — 18 Colombians and three Haitians, two of whom also hold dual American citizenship.
Bogota confirmed that most of those arrested were former members of the Colombian military who would likely have been highly trained and experienced after decades fighting against the country’s guerilla insurgents and drug traffickers.
Haitian police accused Sanon of recruiting his 26-member support team through a Florida-based Venezuelan security company called CTU.
One woman who said she was the partner of one of the men arrested said her husband had been approached by a company offering a $2,700 monthly salary for joining the force.
Could Chinese CCP be Behind Execution of Haiti’s President?
If Sanon’s involvement is confirmed, authorities must then determine if the doctor was the mastermind behind the plot or if there is another person playing a more decisive role.
Bogota is also investigating several trips to Colombia made by head of Moise’s security Dimitri Herard.
He also visited Ecuador, Panama and the Dominican Republic via Colombia several times between January and May 2021 — trips which are also being investigated by Colombian police.
And Haiti’s extreme poverty and history of corruption raises yet another question: Who financed this operation?
Investigators are not focusing on the larger role of Chinese CCP that was angry with Haiti’s President.
After a gun battle in the capital Port-au-Prince, 17 were detained, some at the house they were using, others after entering Taiwan’s diplomatic compound.
Incidentally, according to the information, the murderers are all Colombians.
Colombia is a stronghold for Chinese diplomacy in South America. Even Xi himself had visited Colombia.
As the second largest trading partner, China also tied Colombia with their One Belt One Road massive debt shackle. Colombia’s debt is just piling up.
Taiwan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs pointed out on the morning of July 9th, Taiwan time, that the Taiwanese Embassy in Haiti was intruded into by a suspicious person who was heavily armed on the morning of the 8th local time. After the president’s assassination, the staff of the Taiwanese Embassy in Haiti had changed to work from home, so when the suspect broke in, the Taiwanese were not in the embassy.
After the incident, the Taiwanese Embassy received a request from the Haitian government. In order to cooperate with the arrest of the criminals, the embassy immediately agreed to the Haitian police to enter the embassy for search.
The Haitian police launched an operation at 4 pm on the 8th and successfully arrested 11 suspects. The process was smooth and the suspects did not resist. The Haitian police have brought them back for interrogation. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs also stated that only part of the embassy’s doors and windows were damaged by criminals, and no other property was lost.
However, it is not clear to the outside world why the assassins chose to enter the Taiwanese embassy to escape.
Haiti is one of only 15 governments in the world that still maintain diplomatic relations with Taiwan, instead of China. Back in 1956, Haiti recognized the Republic of China — Taiwan’s official name — over Mao’s People’s Republic of China, and has maintained diplomatic relations with Taiwan since.
Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen visited Haiti in 2019 to bolster support after the neighboring Dominican Republic switched its diplomatic recognition from Taipei to Beijing. Mindful of China’s economic draw, Taiwan has provided financial support to Haiti over the years, notably helping to upgrade its electricity grid last year and donating 280,000 face masks as part of pandemic relief.
Haiti has become an increasingly important ally of Taiwan, as other governments have switched their diplomatic recognition from Taiwan to China. Beijing, meanwhile, has kept a close eye on the Haiti-Taiwan relationship.
Beijing has been gradually peeling off Taipei’s remaining diplomatic partners, with the help of inducements such as loans and promises of economic and diplomatic support. Kiribati and the Solomon Islands switched their diplomatic recognition from Taipei to Beijing in 2019, following El Salvador, Burkina Faso and the Dominican Republic in 2018.
In June, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield criticized China for using “vaccine diplomacy” to pressure Taiwan’s diplomatic allies, saying Beijing was putting “tremendous pressure” on Haiti, according to Taiwan’s official Central News Agency.
This may be because China bought the murderer and wanted to hurt Taiwanese personnel by the way. Otherwise, how could Chinese CCP Propaganda media immediately discern the relationship and give a bunch of fake information?
Taiwan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson Ou Jiang’an pointed out that whether the 11 suspects who broke into the Taiwan Embassy were involved in the assassination of the President of Haiti and the extent of their involvement will be subject to investigation by the Haitian police.
English translation of the tweet from Twitter handle @RekishitoSeiji reads, “Suddenly think of a personal experience of negotiating with Spanish in Central and South America. Simply put, except for countries with diplomatic relations with us, they generally cannot distinguish the difference between ROC and PRC. To them all are Chino. Therefore, it is very likely that the Chinese instigated the Colombians to assassinate the president and went to the Chinese office to avoid the limelight. And the Chinese hired Colombians went in when they saw Chino on the sign. They didn’t know that it was actually the embassy of Taiwan.”
The Chinese CCP’s propaganda news outlets lied and had said that the perpetrators claimed to be the US DEA.
Haiti is one of the 15 countries that have established formal diplomatic relations with Taiwan. The CCP is angry with Haiti because President Moise refused to accept the CCP’s interest-free loan in exchange for severing diplomatic relations with Taiwan.
The assassination was 16 hours after Taiwan announced that the new Haiti ambassador to Taiwan met with President Tsai and pledged to strengthen official relations.
The CCP threatened Taiwan, killed chickens and monkeys, and planted Taiwan! Or it planned to harm the Taiwanese consulate staff that night, but fortunately, the Taiwanese staff were not in the consulate.
After the assassination, the killers headed for Taiwan Embassy. Why?
All staff from Taiwan Embassy were working from home hence the office was unoccupied. If you are in touch with them, you would know that.
Was harming the Taiwanese embassy staff likely part of plan?
The late Haitian President is well known for its support for Taiwan in United Nations. Two nations relationship are steady.
On the other hand, China had been openly against the Haitian stance about Taiwan.
US even confirms China uses vaccine to pressure Haiti.
Hence, it’s easy to speculate this as a quick “return of favor” demand from the Chinese.
Get rid of a Taiwan supporter, head to Taiwan Embassy to kill or hold hostage, or to create a false sense that Taiwan is behind the plot. This is probably their goal.
Regular Latin Americans usually can’t distinguish between ROC and PRC, personal experience.
Dirt tricks of Chinese CCP.
Could it be the Colombian assassins seeking shelter after the act, and found a embassy of “Republique de Chine” and went in, not knowing it’s Taiwanese Embassy?
If so, why shelter there?
If the CCP is behind this, then it’s probably trying to scare other leaders who are supporting Taiwan to reconsider their policies. China has already threatened Australia on several occasions in the past with attacks if Australia joins forces with USA to defend Taiwan
As part of Chinese Strategy, they can use any means necessary including financing the antigovernmental factions in other countries or using its puppets like George Soros.
Already facing political, economic and security crises, the violent death of its president is only complicating matters in Haiti, which has been plunged into confusion about who is now in charge of the country.
Moise’s assassination came only two days after the president had named a new prime minister, Ariel Henry, to replace Claude Joseph.
China starts moving its troops
As per reports coming in, China has already started moving its troops in Fujian province to the Taiwan Strait.
We received the following video of the transfer of PLA armored vehicles in Fujian province to the Taiwan Strait.
Points to Ponder
Hasn’t China sent a clear message to the World that China is prepared to use any crooked method in buying support and is prepared to go to any extent including starting riots/protests in its enemy countries and going to the extent of assassinating the head of the state if they do not fall in line to the Chinese CCP orders.
Since China wants to minimize the number of governments supporting Taiwan in international forums, Is the execution of Haiti’s President a Prelude for the eventual Chinese invasion of Taiwan?
China has already killed over 4.04 million people worldwide using its Bio-weapon of Chinese Corona Virus and brought the world economy to standstill. Any governments worldwide that does not fall in line with Chinese order is marred with protests, riots, strikes, chaos by Chinese linked NGOs. Isn’t execution of Haiti’s President a new low set by Chinese CCP to bend the foreign governments to their knees and fall in line?
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