Gwotoro a commencé un fil à ce sujet mais sans mettre l'article principal, que je publie ici. La source est une compagnie de sécurité internationale qui s'occupe de la protection de personnalité mais aussi de la formation d'armée. A priori les renseignements devraient être sérieux, mais certaines réactions de proches me poussent à penser le contraire.
Je souligne que le nom du rédacteur à l'air haitien.
KIDNAPPINGS: DOMINICAN REPUBLIC' ARMY POISED TO INVADE HAITI
By Leon François Cazeau, Chief, Political Analysis Division, Omega Military Consultant
Aug 14, 2006, 08:17
By Leon François Cazeau
Chief, Political Analysis Division
Omega Military Consultant
Port-au-Prince, Haiti (OMC). The Dominican Republic's military is preparing to launch raids throughout 6 key geographical and administrative departments of Haiti (West, Artibonite, Plateau Central, North, South, and Grand' Anse), in a bid to destroy the network of terrorist gangs responsible for a wave of kidnappings, that are seen as a threat to the national security of the Dominican Republic. Army units of the Dominican Republic would model their offensive in Haiti on the recent intervention of the Israeli army on the Israel-Lebanon border.
An international meeting was held by tele-conference on August 10, 2006, between London, Washington, Ottawa and Madrid, to evaluate the capabiilties and means of the Dominican military to mount an invasion of Haiti, and to decide on probable dates for such a military interventionm, between the end of the current year and spring of next year (2007). U.S. policy makers have not yet given a green light to this initiative, making it known that they would prefer a Haitian solution that involves the creation of a national anti-terrorist brigate (ATB) that would have the mission to put an end to the terrorist activities of the various underground and violent pro-Aristide para-military organiziations – cannibal and other kidnapping armies – that have replaced the regular units of the Haitian military (FAD'H) disbanded by the Lavalas regime. In this vein, Washington is hoping to see the formation of a new ministerial team, including a new Minister of Justice and Public Security, that would grant the fullest necessary powers to the ATB to act, with the support of MINUSTAH and the HNP.
The Dominicans want to see the effectiveness of the ATB as a new haitian anti-terrorist fighting unit, but feel ready to intervene should the new haitian military force fail to defeat the terrorists on their side of the island. To prove this point, the dominican army launched a vast military operation last week , that ended by mid-day with the arrest of over 3000 outlaws in their country, as a dress rehearsal meant to demonstrate their capabilities to take on the terrorists next door in Haiti. Because president Préval is widely perceived as incompetent by the dominicans, his government will not be forwarned or briefed on the timing of the dominican military intervention, as he is also seen as a friend of the terroritsts to whom he owes his victory at the recent presidential elections in his country. The dominicans are believed to be ready to act on the expected news that one or several of their 6 diplomats accreditated in Haiti, have been kidnapped by Haitian terrorists, as they claim to have been the case about 15 days ago with 25 of their citizens living in Haiti. It is noteworthy to mention that the relationship between the dominican Chief of Police (an army General), and his haitian counterpart (a low ranking former officer in the FAD'H, the haitian military) reflects the disequilibrium in rank.
At a time when Haitians experience a collective depression over the state of their country, an invation by the dominican army would be fairly easy. The U.N. forces in Haiti, largely symbolic, are not considered to be an obstacle. Several high ranking offices of the MINUSTHA are dominicans. Moreover, it is believed that, as was recently the case in Lebanon, U.N. offices in Haiti will be ransacked by furious Haitians, as the dominican militrary incursion in their country progresses. The U.N. force in Haiti is expected to refrain from confronting an advancing dominican military force, as they did in Lebanon, preferinng to convert themselves into boy scouts scurrying aid to the civilian population. The terrorists in Haiti are likened to the Hezbollah terrorist network in Lebanon. The dominicans intend to flush out the terrorists in Haiti, as a national security matter for their country and the entire island, and take charge of the administration of Haiti, as an occupying force. As the dominicans launch their military operations in Haiti, a complicit international community will grant them 2 months to achieve their objectives, before calling for a cease fire. Still, the dominican forces will be allowed an extra 3rd month to complete a major land offensive throghout most of Haiti. The presidents of the Dominican Republic and Haiti will then accept the terms of the cease fire, after what will amount to a massacre of Haitians by the dominican military forces.
In addition to simulated bombing raids being conducted by the dominican armed forces, hundreds if not thousands of army personnel, supported by artillery and air force units, have been deployed last Saturday, on the dominican side of the border with Haiti. High ranking leaders of the dominican armed forces have announced their intention to move these forces to occupy areas of the border considered to be dangerous and proned to massive illegal immigration by Haitians. They also expect to receive their orders to march into Haiti and flush out what they consider to be a Haitian Hezbollah, operating too close to their borders.
The Dominican Air Force plans to destroy all bridges linking different regions of Haiti, in a bid to isolate the different districts and local communes in the country. The capital city of Port-au-Prince will be pounded, along with regions extending from Kenscoff to Croix-des-Bouquets, villages of the Matheux zone, the Citadel in Cap-Haitien, and anihilate cities and villages of the South and Artibonite plains areas. Dominican marines will unleash a deluge of firepower on the shantytowns of Cité Soleil, Cité L'éternel, Jalousie, Lafossette and Comédie, before withdrawing to their staging area, near the border.
After 3 months of wholesale destruction in Haiti, the 15 members of the U.N. Security Council will oversee the implementation of a U.N. resolution (resolution 1791 or 1804), that will call for a complete cessation of all hostilities, obligating the underground armies of chimères to refrain from any attacks on dominican troops, and calling of the dominican republic to cease all offensive military operations against Haiti.
The government of the Dominican Republic will convene urgently to approve the U.N. resolution, although President Leonel Fernandez will have already given his nod. The Haitian government will approve the resolution unanymously, althoug Prime Minister Alexis will call for a new meeting of the U.N. Security Council, to spell out all aspects of the implementation of the resolution. The head of the Haitian underground terrorist army, Mr. Amaral Duclonas, will denounce what he will see as an unjust U.N. resolution, but will pledge to abide by the terms of the resolution.
The U.N. Security Council, and the Secretary of Staste of the United States, Ms. Condoleeza Rice, are trying to block the dominican initiative, knowing that it would not take more than a day to destroy Haiti almost totally, and that 3 months of offensive military operations by the dominicans will lead to an apocalyptic toll in the destruction of Haiti. If the interim U.N. forces in Lebanon (UNIFIL), increased from 2000 to 15000, with a stronger mandate, will be able to reconstruct Lebanon with massive financial support from the world's great powers, this will not be the case for Haiti. Which is why it is important for a new military force to take charge of counterterrorist activities in Haiti, as has been suggested by Mrs. Mirlande Manigat of the RDNP, or for a new anti-terrorist brigade (ATB) to be created, without delay, to confront and defeat the terrorist cells and other criminal gangs that are endangering the future of Haiti.