The US Marines Landed In Haiti, For The Hurricane Season They Say...

While there is no official headlines about this yet, U.S. Ambassador Kenneth Merten informed the Haitian media that Marines landed in Haiti in anticipation the hurricane season.


US Marines In Haiti

But... Hurricane season does not start until JUNE!

This was a "by the way" type of news buried in an article about Police chief Mairo Andresol unveiling security measures for a post-election Haiti.

"Reiterating its earlier call for calm," the article says, "the U.S. ambassador, Kenneth Merten, said Saturday upon arrival in Haiti of a number of marines..., he said, preparations for the upcoming hurricane season will not open officially in June."

Hmmmm....

I'm just telling you what I read... That's all...

You're welcome to comment about it... Tell us what you think...

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Grenadier A L Assault says...

Let them remove all the yankees, the black nfaces who believe they are yankees, the French and Canadians cats and the British dogs. The Chinese, the Russians and Iranians will liberate us from those ruthless evils and professional

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Pressurized Walls Nyc says...

keep the faith and pray for

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Jgc says...

A non-exhaustive analysis.

Precept 1: The classical 4 phases in Emergency and disater Management are Preparedness, Mitigation, Response and Recovery.

Precept 2: Emergency and Disasters can be natural or man-made.

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Jgc says...

Well said. We need more positive and analytically correct comments like this one on this site.All the other comments are also valid in their own right but few target our reality as this one did. Thanks for

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Robert Jean Orleans says...

Let us continue to have faith and pray that it is all for the well being for our love, HAITI,not for any political reason.

Though alot may know more than others.Let us pray with faith.

I love you all. Robaire

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Jean C. Lacombe says...

Comme ce pou hurricane marines yo entre nan peyi a ;est ce que yo entre tou pou minm cause sa nan Dominicani?

se you sel terre.

et puis se ta sou lan mer ya pou yo ta pointe zame ca pa sou ter ya puisque vent ap soti sou lan mer. Nation sa...passe trop deja, ce pa jodia.

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Jean says...

Comme ce pou hurricane marines yo entre nan peyi a ;est ce que yo entre tou pou minm cause sa nan Dominicani?

se you sel terre.

et puis se ta sou lan mer ya pou yo ta pointe zame ca pa sou ter ya puisque vent ap soti sou lan

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Napsuiv says...

kot tout mechan yo
se sou vie fre vie seu ayitien yo yo woue fos yo
sak few pa al fe freken ak marines saa
al kidnape yo siw gin grin nan boudaw
min ou gin ak kouraj pow kidnape youn ti frew ak seuw pou wal viole yo pitit

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Wapsuiv says...

Where are the zombies with machetes.

If they want they can come out at night, i have night vision and i want to see if it works.

Tout moun ret tet fret al plante ak manchet kite vi moun en repo ban

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Neg Maron says...

Nou la wi Jynee nap boule aveyo.

We all know that campaign promises are like marriage vows - sometimes they work perfectly and other times they don't, and life goes on.

We believe that Martelly has the right frame of mind to help the youth of Haiti.

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