Since publishing my article last night, I have learned and been reminded of things that require a post just on the Clintons and their relationship with Haiti, as well as the practice of voodoo.
As the Washington Post reported, Bill and Hillary Clinton took their honeymoon there in 1975, and then got trained in the practice of voodoo, as described in Bill’s very own memoirs. He describes witnessing a ritual after a course in voodoo theology:
After several minutes of rhythmic dancing to pounding drums, the spirits arrived, seizing a woman and a man. The man proceeded to rub a burning torch all over his body and walk on hot coals without being burned. The woman, in a frenzy, screamed repeatedly, then grabbed a live chicken and bit its head off. Then the spirits left and those who had been possessed fell to the ground.
Apparently back in the 1990s, Bill Clinton sought the help of voodoo priests from Haiti to assist in the winning of both Presidential elections. From WorldNetDaily we read:
Acting on the advice of a “houngan” or sorcerer, supplied by then-exiled President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, Clinton did not change his underwear the last week of the 1992 campaign, voodoo practitioners say.
The same houngan also cast a “malediction” on President Bush by manipulating a doll made in the president’s image, goes the story. The torment climaxed when the houngan caused Bush’s projectile vomit into the lap of the Japanese prime minister as the world press looked on, disgracing him with the public.
Those and other bizarre stories were being told the Haitian people through the Lavalassien, a newspaper published by Aristide’s ruling Lavalas party. They were written by the Rev. Gerard Jean-Juste, who was a priest in Aristide’s entourage. The Rev. Gerard claimed that Aristide had developed a powerful grip on Clinton’s psyche through the power of voodoo.
According to the same source, Clinton sought help again from voodoo priests in Haiti in 1995 when he was running for reelection, and this time was actually initiated as a voodoo practitioner himself, with the collusion of the Aristide government, which deliberately cloaked his initiation ceremony with a state event:
Both Haitian officials and the Haiti Observateur stated that Clinton reaffirmed his faith in voodoo during his March 31, 1995 visit to the island. The official purpose of the visit as told by the American media was to celebrate Haiti’s supposed “return to democracy.” However, the Haitian press had a much different story. The headlines of the March 29, 1995 issue of the Haiti Observateur read: ” CLINTON ASSISTERA A UNE CEREMONIE VAUDOU EN HAITI” (Clinton to assist in a voodoo ceremony in Haiti). The story, confirmed by Haitian officials, stated that initiating Clinton under the power of voodoo had two purposes — to render him impervious to the attacks of his Republican enemies in Washington, and to guarantee his re-election. While the initiation could protect Clinton from his political enemies, they say, it could not protect him from himself.
The ceremony was said to have been hidden within a public event touted as a dedication of a monument to Haiti’s boat people. The focal point was a “magic well” concealed inside a sculptor’s rendition of a brick and concrete boat which was hurriedly constructed for the event in the vicinity of Aristide’s residence at Tabarre.
The ceremonies began even before Clinton arrived, and, apparently, involved the murder of an infant:
In the days leading up to Clinton’s visit, according to sources in Haiti, many occult preparations took place. These were intended not only to grant Clinton the power to overcome the challenges facing his presidency and defeat the Whitewater investigations, but also to give Aristide the power to continue to control Clinton.
One account that circulated in Port-au-Prince is that when Aristide dedicated the “secret well” before Clinton’s visit that he “shed the blood of a newborn infant in gratitude to the gods whom he believes allowed his return to power.”
Aristide and his priests then took credit for Bill Clinton’s impeachment when he failed to deliver money he had promised in exchange for the ceremony:
…the voodoo practitioners say, while Clinton believed that he was coming to the well at Tabarre to sell his soul to Lucifer for power and protection through the initiation of voodoo, he was also the victim of a classic Haitian double-cross.
Several persons close to Aristide stated that they believed that Clinton’s will and fate would be permanently at the mercy of “Father Aristide” — a zombie slave so to speak, who would suffer dire consequences if he ever betrayed his pact with the dark forces invoked at Tabarre. Since then, Clinton forced Aristide to step down at the end of his term and hold more bogus elections. True to his nature, however, Aristide has continued to rule in secret through his hand-picked surrogate, President Renee Preval. Clinton has, according to the voodoo practitioners, also betrayed his old friend by withholding millions of extra dollarsthat he promised would follow, an act which has undoubtedly resulted in a Haitian revision of Clinton’s original contract at Tabarre.
With Clinton now facing impeachment, the Haitian sorcerers are able, once again, to claim credit for the power of their black magic.
I don’t think it is too much of a stretch to think that the Clintons may have sought help from Voodoo once again to assure victory for Hillary in her 2008 campaign. After all, why wouldn’t they? But obviously, it didn’t work out. Fourteen months later, an earthquake devastated that country. Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush immediately jumped on the scene and declared that they would lead the relief effort, with Clinton’s charity foundation raising funds, and both former presidents encouraging financial aid via the UN from countries around the world. (Apparently Bill Clinton’s use of voodoo to make Bush sick in public and lose the election years earlier was just “vomit under the bridge” now, as the members of the Bush and Clinton political dynasties have been nearly inseparable friends ever since the Haiti operation.)
But as has been exposed widely, these “efforts” ignored the actual needs of the Haitians, and seem instead designed to line the pockets of friends of the Clintons and their friends through the awarding of contracts to companies owned by these friends. See the documentary Clinton Cash:
Now I’m not saying definitely that the Clintons used ceremonial magick to cause the earthquake, and then raped the country financially, as punishment for voodoo priests they hired failing to assure Mrs. Clinton’s election. There’s not direct evidence of that. But I did report yesterday about Hillary Clinton’s involvement in helping a friend, Laura Silby, who was caught kidnapping children from the disaster zone to evade justice. And that Clinton’s campaign manager, Podesta, was using code words in his emails that seemed to be about trafficking children for sex. And I did, in that same article, mention the concept that one could create earthquakes through acts of ritual sodomy. I also pointed out that the ceremony mentioned by Podesta in one of his emails, “spirit cooking,” apparently invented by Yugoslav artist Marina Abramovic, involves consuming semen and breast milk on “earthquake nights,” explanation missing.
Then, earlier this year, the former President of the Haitian senate, Bernard Sansaricq, allowed himself to be paraded around by Donald Trump while making speeches denouncing the Clintons for what they did to Haiti. So did many Haitian human rights activists. Sansaricq also revealed how the Clintons had once tried to “bribe” him, threatening to make sure that relief funds were withheld unless he ensured that an election in Haiti was fixed for the results that they wanted.
Three weeks later, Hurricane Matthew devastated Haiti once again. The international relief efforts this time have been painfully inadequate. And as the storm hovered over the island, it took the menacing shape of a laughing skull, something noticed by news weathermen which immediately became a top headline.
Did the Clintons bring the storm with voodoo, and insist that the news media (which, it has been exposed repeatedly, they have a great deal of influence over) make note of the threatening symbol that they encoded into the storm with their ritual?
I admit that this is all just speculation on my part. Still, take note, think about it, and keep it in mind.