Globalists Discovered Haiti Had $30 Billion in Gold Before Collapse

Experts are warning that globalists targeted Haiti for destruction after discovering that the small Caribbean country is sitting on $30 billion in gold.

During his Wednesday show, Infowars host Alex Jones took calls from X’s Spaces.

One caller reported that in 2012 there was a huge discovery of gold in Haiti.

The massive find was a desirable asset for those who could establish control in the crumbling third-world nation.

“In 2012 there was a discovery of gold in Haiti to the tune of $20 billion,” X user Rad said.

“That’s worth about $30 billion of gold in today’s terms.”

Rad went on to say that whoever controls Haiti will reap the spoils of the precious metal.


A flurry of exploratory drilling in 2012 found precious metals worth potentially $20 billion deep below the tropical ridges in the country’s northeastern mountains, as NBC News reported at the time.

The discovery led to mining companies scrambling to retrieve the valuable metals.

However, the resources have been left largely untapped.

Now the unmined gold may be up for grabs as the nation crumbles under violent chaos.

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Gangs in Haiti have become a “mini-Mafia state,” experts have warned as the bloody uprising continues to wreak havoc across the country.

An attack on one of Haiti’s largest prisons has left more than 3,500 convicts roaming the street, with hospitals under siege and widespread looting.

The resignation of the country’s Prime Minister Ariel Henry on Monday has done little to stem the violence, which has shuttered airports and left Americans trapped.

US Embassy staff were evacuated under the cover of night on Sunday, but many more citizens remain stranded, although the State Department is yet to confirm exactly how many.

Robert Fatton, professor of government and foreign affairs at the University of Virginia, warned the gangs now running the streets are a “power unto themselves.”

“They are capable now of imposing certain conditions on the government itself,” he said.

“Those who created the gangs created a monster.

“And now the monster may not be totally in charge, but it has the capacity to block any kind of solution.”

Haiti has long been politically unstable, but this week a more brutal uprising began with gangs demanding the resignation of the country’s Prime  Minister Ariel Henry, 74.

Henry has since announced he is stepping down but this has done little to stem the bloodshed.

Gangs continue to attack state institutions, including prisons and the Toussaint Louverture International Airport.

Scores of people have been killed in the gang attacks led by Jimmy “Barbecue” Cherizier that began on February 29, and more than 15,000 people have been left homeless by the violence.

Locals have reported the overwhelming stench of the dead, with dogs seen gnawing on unaddressed bodies in the street.

Earlier this week, Haiti’s government extended a state of emergency and nightly curfew to try and quell the violence, but the attacks continue.

Gangs have burned police stations, released more than 4,000 inmates from Haiti’s two biggest prisons, and attacked Port-au-Prince’s main airport, which remains closed.

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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