Rush Limbaugh, the most popular radio talkshow host, who is sometimes described as the real leader of the Republican party, says Americans should not give a penny to a population struggling for survival after the earthquake.Limbaugh agreed with a caller suspicious that the White House website was being used to direct funds to the American Red Cross. "Would you trust the money's gonna go to Haiti?" the caller asked. Limbaugh then said Obama was exploiting the disaster for political ends."This [the earthquake] will play right into Obama's hands," said Limbaugh. "He's humanitarian, compassionate. They'll use this to burnish their, shall we say, credibility with the black community – both light-skinned and dark-skinned black community in this country. This is made to order for them."Limbaugh also warned Americans against donating money. "Besides, we've already donated to Haiti. It's called the US income tax," he said.
If Limbaugh's credibility doesn't suffer as a result of this statement, I wonder if there is any hope for this country. Nobody would say such a thing if they didn't mean it. Limbaugh would never think of hitting Obama for being a craven British puppet, when the recent succession of British puppets in the White House is a major factor the Haitian tragedy. The monster Cheney would probably implement such a policy if he could keep it secret, but he would never think of annunciating it.
Based on a little checking into Haiti's power structure, it appears that the British influence in Haiti can be traced through the Sao Paulo Forum and Castro, whom EIR's Jeffrey Steinberg characterizes as a British-manipulated clown, along with Hugo Chavez. Who put the UN's Haiti contingent in that death trap of a hotel? Is there any connection to the bombing of the UN headquarters in Iraq?