Gaza to receive 7.5 TIMES more US aid per head [ $ 579.95 ] than Haiti [ $77.47 ]

June 20, 2011

This astounding Haiti-Gaza comparison does not get much media or political or NGO notice.

This story is even much worse than it seems – when you look at both the populations and deaths involved.

CIA estimate is [ 2009 ] 1,551,859 people in Gaza, but 5,035,536 in Haiti.
This means that PER HEAD, Gaza gets $579.95 but Haiti only $77.47.

Gaza was thus pledged 7.5 TIMES as much per head after the IDF operation as Haiti after the devastating earthquake.

If you also look at the death toll, Haiti lost an estimated 230,000 on Jan 12, 2010, which equals US aid of $3,043.48 for every fatality.

The highest allegation of the Gaza death toll is 1,417 which would equal US aid of $ 635,144.7 per fatality.

For US aid, every Gaza death is worth 209 TIMES as much as one in Haiti.

Gaza lost at most under 0.0913 % of its population, but Haiti lost 4.568 %, or 50 times more.

Gaza lost 1 in every 1,095, but Haiti lost 1 in every 22 people.

But then Haiti is neither Arab nor Muslim.
And no oil-rich tyrants or suicide-bombers need to be appeased.

The UNDP Human Index Rankings also expose the myth of Palestinians as the *wretched of the earth*. Of 182 areas surveyed, Palestine is 110, in that ranking which looks at not only income but human well-being in many fields such as literacy and life expectancy.

In its *Medium Human Development* group, Palestine ranks above countries like Indonesia at number 111,
Bolivia at 113,
Vietnam at 116,
Egypt at 123,
South Africa at 129,
Morocco at 130,
India at 134,
Yemen at 140,
Pakistan at 141,
Haiti at 149,
Sudan at 150,
Tanzania at 151, and
Nigeria at 158.

Palestinian Life Expectancy at 73.3 years is same as EU member Hungary, while their Adult Literacy at 93.8% exceeds Philippines at 93.4%. As regards Children Under-weight By Age, it is like Russia where 3% of those are under 5, while Palestinian Incoming Remitances are $149 per head, compared with $150 in Israel, $101 for Egypt, $125 for Arab states overall, and $135 for Ireland.

Odd priorities at work in international aid ?
Saturday, June 12, 2010
Tom Carew via middle-east-analysis.blogspot.com and image via newsone.com


Obama is giving his Muslim brothers in Gaza 7.5 times more financial aid than Haiti

June 21, 2010

Gaza will receive 7.5 times more US aid per head [$579.95] than Haiti [$77.47] And there are still some of you out there who refuse to believe Obama is a Muslim?

This astounding Haiti-Gaza comparison does not get much media or political or NGO notice. This story is even much worse than it seems – when you look at both the populations and deaths  involved.

The video below shows typical living conditions in Gaza. For more photos like this, check here: oh-those-poor-starving-palestinians Then compare them to the photos from Haiti throughout this story.

CIA estimate is [ 2009 ] 1,551,859 people in Gaza, but 5,035,536 in Haiti.This means that PER HEAD, Gaza gets $579.95 but Haiti only $77.47. Gaza was thus pledged 7.5 TIMES as much per head after the IDF operation as Haiti after the devastating earthquake.
If you also look at the death toll, Haiti lost an estimated 230,000 on Jan 12, 2010,  which equals US aid of $3,043.48 for every fatality. The highest allegation of the Gaza death toll is 1,417 which would equal US aid of $ 635,144.7 per fatality. For US aid, every Gaza death is worth 209 TIMES as much as one in Haiti.
Gaza lost at most under  0.0913 %  of its population,  but Haiti lost   4.568 %, or  50  times more.
Gaza lost 1 in every  1,095,  but Haiti lost 1 in every  22 people. But then Haiti is neither Arab nor Muslim.  And no oil-rich tyrants or suicide-bombers need to be appeased.
The UNDP Human Index Rankings also expose the myth of Palestinians as the *wretched of the earth*. Of 182 areas surveyed, Palestine is 110, in that ranking which looks at not only  income but human well-being in many  fields such as literacy and life expectancy.

In its *Medium Human Development* group, Palestine ranks above countries like  Indonesia at number 111,
Bolivia at 113,
Vietnam at 116,
Egypt at 123,
South Africa at 129,
Morocco at 130,
India at 134,
Yemen at 140,
Pakistan at 141,
Haiti at 149,
Sudan at 150,
Tanzania at 151, and
Nigeria at 158.

Palestinian Life Expectancy at 73.3 years is same as EU member Hungary, while their Adult Literacy at 93.8% exceeds Philippines at 93.4%.  As regards Children Under-weight By Age, it is like Russia where 3% of those are under 5, while Palestinian Incoming Remitances are $149 per head, compared with $150 in Israel, $101 for Egypt, $125 for Arab states overall,  and $135 for Ireland.

Woman making dirt pies

Palestinians in Gaza and the West bank have one of the highest obesity rates in the world.
Moreover, the UN has provided $200 million in Gaza Strip aid following a military operation that reportedly claimed 1,300 fatalities amongst a population of less than 1.5 million – meanwhile, notwithstanding plans to raise more funds, it has provided only $10 million to natural disaster victims in Haiti as of the end of January, an earthquake that claimed the lives of over 230,000 people and affected over 3 million. Of course, that is without mentioning that Haitians have not been attacking an innocent nearby civilian population for a near decade.
The international community has bought into a bold-faced lie about an Israeli siege on the Gaza Strip while ignoring the facts on the ground. International humanitarian aid has been flowing rapidly into the Gaza Strip for years and in no way stopped after Operation Cast Lead, as 30,576 aid trucks entered the territory in 2009. In 2009, 4,883 tons of medical equipment entered the Gaza Strip. Just last month, a new CAT scan machine was brought into the Strip.
The Gaza Strip has also been referred to as “the world’s largest prison”, implying that residents are not being able to exit the territory. Yet in 2009, 10,544 patients and their companions left the Gaza Strip for medical treatment in Israel, and last week alone nearly 500 patients and companions from Gaza entered Israel for treatment.
Meanwhile, US government officials such as Muslim CongressmanKeith Ellison and Brian Baird, both of which visited Sderot with the Sderot Media Center, have promoted the idea of a “Gaza Siege.” They must be ignoring the fact that US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton pledged $900 million in aid to be sent to the Gaza Strip following Operation Cast Lead. A USAID and DOD report calculating the aid sent to the quake-raved Haiti noted that, as of last month, all US government programs provided just over $700 million in aid, nearly $200 million less than to the terrorist-controlled Gaza Strip.
Over a year has passed since Operation Cast Lead and the international community is still buying into the lie about a “Gaza Siege.” Meanwhile, the Sderot Media Center has reported that over 320 rockets and mortars have hit Israel in that same year. Indeed, Ban Ki-moon should be visiting Kibbutz Nirim to see where a rocket destroyed a building just last week, instead of helping promote a myth by visiting the Gaza Strip. Middle East Analysis H/T TROP


http://xrl.us/HaitianChainsaw or Crazy from the Heat or maybe Christiane Amanpour aka @AmanpourCNN

January 30, 2010
Remember when Christiane Amanpour aka @AmanpourCNN blood libel tweeted that Israel was only in Haiti for organs? Well it seems some Puerto Rican doctors took her seriously and copied the idea.

…This is what @AmanpourCNN said via twitter.com: Haiti’s Prime Minister just told me he has reports confirming child & organ trafficking happening here in Haiti now.

Global controversy over photos showing a group of Puerto Rican physicians who traveled to Haiti after the earthquake, in festive attitude, with bottles of whiskey, guns and even carrying a chainsaw in the middle of an operation.

This is not journalism. Christiane Amanpour is attempting to spread blood libel on CNN. She should be fired if this turns out to be false

Essentially there was an international black market that effected the whole world and the only ones who are blamed are the Israeli Government that had nothing to do with it, but that didn’t stop these Puerto Ricans from throwing a drunken party.

The embarrassment was heightened by the fact that the doctors’ mission was coordinated by Puerto Rico’s Senate.

The commonwealth’s Medical Board called an emergency meeting of its ethics board for Friday afternoon and said it would immediately begin an investigation into whether the doctors involved should be disciplined.
Puerto Rico Secretary of Health Lorenzo Gonzalez called the episode “a sad situation.”

“The poor judgment of a few basically damages the beautiful effort that many others have put in place in terms of providing good medical care,” Gonzalez said. “When I saw the pictures, I was very concerned that they have taken pictures of people without any consent.”
Some of the photos, which were posted on the social networking site Facebook, show smiling doctors holding guns or toasting each other, bottles of scotch or other alcohol in their hands. Others show medical personnel in what appears to be a clinic, grinning as they attend to patients. Another shows a quake victim on a hospital bed, naked from the waist down except for a thin strip of cloth covering the genitals.
“You can’t ever take pictures of patients if you don’t have a written agreement and much less publish photos of patients half-nude,” Medical Board President Eduardo Ibarra told CNN. “This is a clear violation of the Hippocratic oath we take as medics. We’re going to take all the measures possible to correct this.”
Days after the January 12 quake tore through Haiti, the Puerto Rico Senate announced it would oversee sending more than 100 doctors to set up a field hospital near the town of Jimani, just across the southern Dominican border from Haiti. The town has been flooded with Haitians injured in the quake, seeking medical help unavailable at home.
Source: CNN via momento24.com




The Israeli Contribution in Haiti

January 20, 2010


The Israeli Contribution in Haiti

January 20, 2010


Haiti, Islamic Relief, UNICEF & the Scientologists

January 19, 2010

While Israel was one of the first countries to deploy to Haiti to help relief efforts there–and, in fact, the Israeli mobile unit set up on a football field is essentially the only working hospital in Haiti–extremist Muslims and the Church of Scientology are engaged in far weaker efforts in Haiti that are somewhat frightening.

islamicrelief.jpgislamicreliefislamicterror.jpg

This Equals This

(Islamic Relief = Islamic Terror Artwork by David Lunde)

Read the rest via debbieschlussel.com
This for Israel is good to be seen in a positive light by the media… but I’m sure it’s back breaking. They always pay in blood. What they are doing isn’t about faith in their religion… it is grunt work I’m sure. As for the cultish stuff being pushed that is noted in Debbie’s post… wtf is wrong with these trolls? it’s a frigg’n disaster… not a marketing opportunity. for certain you see a moment to shine in the international community, but your objective is saving lives, not conversion. Saving lives for public relations is fine, as long as you are saving lives and not using a soap box when people are dying.


Haiti, Islamic Relief, UNICEF & the Scientologists

January 19, 2010

While Israel was one of the first countries to deploy to Haiti to help relief efforts there–and, in fact, the Israeli mobile unit set up on a football field is essentially the only working hospital in Haiti–extremist Muslims and the Church of Scientology are engaged in far weaker efforts in Haiti that are somewhat frightening.

islamicrelief.jpgislamicreliefislamicterror.jpg

This Equals This

(Islamic Relief = Islamic Terror Artwork by David Lunde)

Read the rest via debbieschlussel.com
This for Israel is good to be seen in a positive light by the media… but I’m sure it’s back breaking. They always pay in blood. What they are doing isn’t about faith in their religion… it is grunt work I’m sure. As for the cultish stuff being pushed that is noted in Debbie’s post… wtf is wrong with these trolls? it’s a frigg’n disaster… not a marketing opportunity. for certain you see a moment to shine in the international community, but your objective is saving lives, not conversion. Saving lives for public relations is fine, as long as you are saving lives and not using a soap box when people are dying.