Please find attached an English translation of a recent statement from a number of Haitian civil society organisations on the looming threat of a Canadian invasion of that country.  I hope you will be able to publicise this statement as it gives the people of the wider Caribbean an opportunity to hear what people in Haiti think about this planned invasion.

Thanking you in advance for your support.

Submitted by Tee White with the above cover note:

The Caribbean must not remain the sounding board of former colonial powers and slaveholders that have now become imperialist powers

Honourable Heads of Government of the following States:

Antigua & Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, St Kitts & Nevis, St Lucia, St Vincent & The Grenadines, Suriname, Trinidad & Tobago, Turks & Caicos,

We, the signatory Haitian organisations, have learned that the 44th Meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) will be held in Nassau, Bahamas, on February 15 and 16. This Conference will be marked by the presence of the Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, as a special guest and that of Ariel Henry, the much maligned de facto Prime Minister imposed on the Haitian people by the Core Group*.

It is announced in an official press release dated February 11, 2023 (Ottawa, Ontario) that during this meeting, “the Prime Minister will advance shared priorities, including continued assistance to the people of Haiti…This meeting will provide leaders with an opportunity to explore ways that would enable the region to continue to assist the people of Haiti in the political, security and humanitarian areas.” In addition, “They will also discuss their support for Haitian-led solutions to the situation in Haiti, which is having devastating consequences for the people of this country. As an unwavering partner, Canada stepped in to respond to this egregious situation. This included providing assistance to the Haitian National Police and deploying a long-range patrol aircraft to disrupt gang activity”. We read in this official press release.

It is no longer necessary to demonstrate that the gangs which have been made all-powerful on purpose, having the right of life and death over the people, are the political workers of the International (ed. the core group). They are designed to reinforce insecurity. This is a criminal invention that bears the signature of the Core group which includes, among others, the OAS, Canada, France and the United States of America, with the unfailing complicity of the PHTK** regime of oligarchs and corrupt and criminal Haitian politicians. Under these conditions, how can we believe that Mr. Trudeau would be willing to take advantage of this meeting to allegedly “explore ways that would allow the region to continue to assist the Haitian people in the political, security, and humanitarian areas” as the statement alleges?

Honourable Heads of Government of CARICOM, Since October 7, 2022, the current de facto Prime Minister has donned, like his ministers, a hideous costume of TRAITOR TO THE NATION by demanding foreign military intervention on national soil, a crime of high treason, punishable by article 21.1 of the Constitution. Mr. Ariel Henry is also the pure product of a tweet from the Core Group. In other words, the actions of this so-called Prime Minister are the expression of the will of the Core Group and not that of the Haitian people. Here again, the prescriptions of the Constitution and the right to self-determination of the Haitian people are flouted. Consequently, Coregroupian Prime Minister Ariel Henry has no title, quality or legitimacy authorising him to decide on behalf of the Haitian people. Therefore, any decisions made with this gentleman will only be binding on himself and his acolytes and will in no way concern Haiti or the Haitian people in struggle. We, the signatory organizations, reject in advance any draft resolution aimed at supporting this de facto Prime Minister Ariel Henry and his acolytes or the mafia agreement of last December 21, which was the Core Group’s last attempt to save the incompetent Prime Minister puppet .

Expressions of the distress of the Haitian people trapped by the Core Group and the PHTK mafia power

The gangs, real terrorists on duty, operate with total impunity, with astonishing ease and frightening arrogance. Very well selected and highly protected, these gangs and local collaborators, under the auspices of the Core Group, have managed to create a chaotic situation of lawlessness where the Haitian people now live under the sign of planned state insecurity, systematic political repression, targeted political assassinations, overt government banditry and a programme of daily kidnapping. At this moment the undeclared and covert war of the imperialist powers is entering its final phase of decay where the fundamental rights to life, to security, to free movement, to food, to education, to health… are practically non-existent.

Honourable Heads of Government of CARICOM, We invite you not to be drawn into the criminal logic of the imperialist powers who are determined to suffocate or to disappear Haiti and also urge you to a deep political reflection on the revolting situation of our country in order to better grasp it so as to be better able to help us overcome it. We, signatory Haitian organisations, cannot forget this common past marked by significant events uniting Haiti with the Caribbean in resonance with the profile of our ancestors, rebellious and victorious captives. Thus, the rebel Boukman puts us in connection with Jamaica from where he was expelled for his rebellious attitude. The Haitian hero, Henri Christophe, builder of the Citadel, a monument now part of the World Heritage of Humanity, puts us in touch with the Caribbean island of Grenada where he came from.

Brother countries of CARICOM, it is time for the Caribbean to stop being the sounding board of the former slave colonial powers, which have now become imperialist powers. Let active solidarity be our privileged password. The Haitian people intend to find among you proven supporters of their cause and thank you in advance for your concrete solidarity to help them break this dangerous impasse and take charge of their destiny. Thus, they will be able to claim and obtain restitution and reparations. In this dynamic, what Haiti needs most as help, to get out of this fatal impasse is the end of the indecent support of the International, in particular of the USA, Canada and France, for the criminal PHTK government of Ariel Henry, a de facto government which has neither the will nor the capacity to bring the solutions expected. These are:

– A sovereign Haiti, free from the genocidal grip of the imperialist powers and as the former American envoy Daniel Foote pointed out in his letter of resignation: the right for Haitians to be able to take their destiny into their own hands

– Real support to help undermine and break the wall of silence erected in order to prevent the criminal actions of the imperialist powers, the Core group, and in particular the American government against the Haitian people from being known to all

– No support for international military intervention in Haiti or the sending, in defiance of the right to self-determination of the Haitian people, of military troops for the purposes of helping to maintain Ariel Henry and his clique in power and of reinforcing the tutelage imposed on us with a view to achieving systematic political control of Haiti to better consolidate foreign interference and ensure the plunder of its wealth

– The restitution by France, in addition to the historical debt of slavery, of the money stolen under the cover of a false debt of independence and reparation for all the wrongs suffered

– The double restitution from the USA: on the one hand of our gold reserve carried away by their navies on December 17, 1914 and on the other hand the return of our island of Navase (ed. Navase island was seized from Haiti by the USA in 1857. I t continues to be controlled by the USA), restitutions followed by reparations

– Reparations from the UN for the families of the 30,000 cholera victims.

Honourable Heads of Government of CARICOM, We hope that the 44th Meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) will be an occasion for a great awakening and that CARICOM will not become complicit with these former colonial, slave-holding and racist powers and will cease to be their sounding board. We, the signatory organisations, want to end by reminding you of these very significant words of Desmond Tutu: “If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor because neutrality always helps the oppressor, never the victim”. In this dynamic, we recommend that you, in the case of the Haitian people currently in a situation of extreme threat, take a stand to help them ward off the danger.

Long live the solidarity between the peoples of the Caribbean and Haiti!

Long live the solidarity of people around the world with Haiti!

* The core group is made up of the special representative of the UN Secretary-General, the ambassadors of Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Spain, the European Union, the United States of America and the special representative of the Organization of American States (OAS).

** PHTK is the acronym of de facto Prime Minister Ariel Henry’s Parti Haïtien Tèt Kale political party.


Alternative Socialiste (ASO) / Jean Hénold Buteau et Jean-Paul Bastien
ALBA MOVIMIENTOS, ChapitreHaiti/Islanda Micheline Aduel
KONAKOM, Dunois Erick Cantave
Inisyativ Patriyòt Maryen (IPAM) / Hugues Célestin
Latibonit Kanpe pou Ayiti (LAKAY) / Rigaud Velumat
Mouvman Revolisyonè pou Liberasyon Mas yo (MORELIM) / Nelio Petit-Homme
COMIPOL/ Ernso Ertilus et Julio Fils Cham
Osnel Jean-Baptiste / Journaliste engagé
Union Nationale des Normaliens-nes d’Haïti (UNNOH) / Peguy Noel
Kolektif Solidarite, Idantite ak Libète (KASIL) / Rudy Prudent
Centrale Nationale des Ouvriers Haïtiens (CNOHA) / Dominique St Eloi
Konbit Ayisyen pou Lojman Altènatif (KAYLA) / Francia Pierrette
Obsèvatwa pou Egalite (OPE) / Jean Claudy Aristil
Platfòm Ayiti Vèt (PAV) / Saico Jean Michel Sévère
Union Syndicale des Transporteurs Haïtiens (USTRAH) / Venès Junior Many
Asosyasyon Viktim Masak Leta nan Katye Popilè yo (AVIMEKP) / Nevelson Jean-Baptiste
Respect des Ouvriers Haïtiens de la Manufacture (ROHM) / Camito Sainclair
Collectif des Planteurs Responsables pour l’avancement d’Haïti (COPRAH) /
Rezo Òganizasyon Nòdwès / Kerby Joseph
Fowòm Sitwayen nan Sid (FOSID) / Rejean Fontaine
Platfòm Oganizasyon pou Ideyal Bwawon Tonè / Hugues-Capè Mondésir
Gary Lindor MOSSO/AVIMB /
Kowòt Patriyotik / Francisco Alcide
Cercle Grégory Saint-Hilaire / Cilien Luxenat
Armand Joseph Jules / Citoyen engagé
Cri Castro / Wismanie Perrin
Fòs Dèlma 32 / Clerveaux Fritznel
Fanm Vanyan pou sove Souverennte Ayiti / Myrlène Deshommes
Sèk Janil / Bedouby Nobert
MSTH-ROZO / Mario Maisonneuve
ESKANP/ Mario Coty
ROZO/Mirtha Elie
AJSOCH/ Jean Thony Forest
FOSYNPO/Gedeon Junior Georges
FRAKKA/ Francois Philippe
ZOULA/ Pierre Dieudonné Delice
Oganizasyon Konbit Aksyon Popilè / James Francisque
Schneider Alcereste / NOUVOLIB
Kolektif Atis Angaje (KATAN) / Kébert Bastien
Konbit Òganizasyon Sendikal, Politik ak Popilè / Josué Mérilien
Plateforme Haïtienne de Plaidoyer pour un Développement Alternatif (PAPDA) / Camille Chalmers
Mouvman Leve Kanpe pou yon Lòt Endepandans / Patrick Joseph

Pour authentification :

Camille Chalmers / PAPDA

Rudy Prudent / CASIL

Josué Mérilien / KONBIT


  1. Pacha…am sure i saw an up and coming new book launch by Prof. Bayyinah Bello announced recently. Look out for it.

  2. Philanthropy can be wolves in sheep clothing.
    It’s like amovie when the good guys are really the bad guys.

    (Slavemaster, I’m the shepherd of my pasture).

    Moving Forward and Going Up
    Elevator which way are you going?
    Excuse me which floor is that
    No No I want to go up
    I want to go to the top
    Is this the highest floor?
    I want to go to the highest level
    Lift me up
    Up! Up! Up!

    Some Random googlies and wikis cutting pasting His Story to put into a bowl and smoke it up and sip a cup

    In 1876, King Leopold II of Belgium, who had founded and controlled the International African Association the same year, invited Henry Morton Stanley to join him in researching and “civilizing” the continent. In 1878, the International Congo Society was also formed, with more economic goals but still closely related to the former society. Leopold secretly bought off the foreign investors in the Congo Society, which was turned to imperialistic goals, with the “African Society” serving primarily as a philanthropic front.

    From 1878 to 1885, Stanley returned to the Congo not as a reporter but as Leopold’s agent, with the secret mission to organise what would become known as the Congo Free State soon after the closure of the Berlin Conference in August 1885. French agents discovered Leopold’s plans, and in response France sent its own explorers to Africa.

    The Berlin Conference of 1884–1885, also known as the Congo Conference (German: Kongokonferenz, pronounced [ˈkɔŋɡoˌkɔnfeˈʁɛnt͡s]) or West Africa Conference (Westafrika-Konferenz), regulated European colonisation and trade in Africa during the New Imperialism period and coincided with Germany’s sudden emergence as an imperial power. The conference was organized by Otto von Bismarck, the first chancellor of Germany. Its outcome, the General Act of the Berlin Conference, can be seen as the formalisation of the Scramble for Africa, but some historians warn against an overemphasis of its role in the colonial partitioning of Africa, and draw attention to bilateral agreements concluded before and after the conference.

    • Caricom takes fresh aim at travel, Haiti
      CARICOM leaders have agreed to start looking at fresh ways to utilises the numerous regional air travel options to finally come up with a tangible solution to the problems facing travellers across the Caribbean.
      “We all miss LIAT,” Dominica’s Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit told reporters when asked what solutions had been reached during the 44th Heads of Government Conference, which concluded in The Bahamas yesterday.
      “We have to explore and examine the current challenges we have and to come up with some recommendations so we can overcome the travel issues. We had discussions on it today as well with the president of the Caribbean Development Bank, and we’ve discussed as heads, a number of actions we can take in the immediate to help resolve the current problems.
      “LIAT was chastised by so many of us but now we understand and appreciate the important good which LIAT espoused for so many decades. We are looking at what kind of contrast we can bring into play, recognising that there are existing companies serving our islands, and to see how we can work with them to solve the current challenges,” he added.
      CARICOM chairman Philip Davis, prime minister of The Bahamas, said the regional body continued to be very concerned about the situation in Haiti, and was determined to see an improvement in the quality of life there for citizens, and the safety of law enforcement personnel. (BA)

      Source: Nation

    • Caribbean Leaders Rule Out Sending Troops to Haiti
      February 18, 2023 0:04 AM
      VOA News
      Dr. Carla Barnett, secretary-general of The Caribbean Community (CARICOM), the Bahamas’ Prime Minister Philip Davis, Dominica’s Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit, and Barbados’ Prime Minister Mia Mottley attend CARICOM, in Nassau, Bahamas, Feb. 17, 2023.

      Caribbean leaders attending an annual trade bloc meeting say they will not send a force to Haiti to help stop worsening gang violence in that country.

      The spiraling violence in Haiti has been a key topic at the 15-member CARICOM meeting in the Bahamas with Haitian Prime Minister Ariel Henry asking for an international military intervention to stop the gang attacks in his country.

      When asked by VOA’s Creole Service about possible troop involvement in Haiti, Grenadian Prime Minister Dickon Mitchell said, “No, we are not sending troops. That much I can answer.”

      In October, Haiti requested help from the United Nations Security Council and has suggested the U.S. and Canada lead a force. No such intervention has come together, and neither country has offered to take the lead.

      The prime minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Ralph Gonsalves, said Friday that CARICOM was working on a project for strengthening the Haitian police and security.

      He told VOA’s Creole Service that a working group set up to help resolve the crisis in Haiti would expand to include political actors there who signed a December accord. That agreement aims to pave the way for new elections in Haiti and the establishment of a transitional council.

      Gonsalves said the effort would help Haiti move toward both a political and a security solution.

      “Let them work in tandem,” he said.

      Also Friday, Haiti’s prime minister welcomed action by the United States and Canada to sanction Haitian individuals believed to be connected to the gang violence.

      Henry also said that Haiti sanctioned two more Haitian politicians with alleged ties to the gangs.

      Haiti has seen a surge in killings, rapes and kidnappings blamed on gangs emboldened since the July 2021 assassination of President Jovenel Moise.

      At the opening meeting Wednesday, CARICOM Secretary-General Carla Barnett reiterated the preference for finding a Haiti-led solution to the country’s challenges.

      “Even as progress is being made on some fronts, CARICOM and indeed the wider international community continue to struggle to help Haiti resolve its multifaceted crises,” Barnett said. “We will continue our efforts to assist all stakeholders in Haiti to ensure a Haitian-owned resolution to the crises.”

      Barnett said the region’s leaders “will have to show the resilience and fortitude of the Haitian people” in resolving regional challenges and improving the lives of people in the Caribbean community. She added that the goal is creating a “safe, sustainable, prosperous and viable community for all.”

      In addition to leaders from CARICOM’s 15 member states, representatives from other nations, including Canada and the United States, are participating in the meeting.

      Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Thursday that Canada would send navy vessels to Haiti for intelligence-gathering as part of efforts to mitigate the gang violence.

      Some information in this report came from The Associated Press.

      Source: VOA

    • Caricom adopts Bridgetown Initiative
      The Barbados Bridgetown Initiative will be used by CARICOM as a model to help regional countries build economic stability and resilience.
      This was revealed at the conclusion of the 44th CARICOM Heads of Government meeting in The Bahamas, Friday night.
      In a press statement released after the meeting, CARICOM confirmed that the leaders recognised climate change and other exogenous shocks were having a debilitating effect on small island and low-lying coastal developing states (SIDS) as well as other vulnerable developing countries, and that there was an urgent need to provide macro-economic security, resilience and sustainability for the member countries.
      “The Heads of Government agreed that the time had come to work collectively for a restructuring of the global financial architecture to respond to the existential threats facing SIDS and
      other developing countries. They also agreed that The Bridgetown Initiative was a viable model to build on with respect to the reform of the global financial system,” the release said.
      They also agreed to advocate for the initiative to be included on the agenda for COP 28 in the United Arab Emirates later this year and indicated their full support for the global summit proposed by Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley and the president of France, Emmanuel Macron, on a New Global Financial Pact, to be held in Paris in June 2023.
      The leaders expressed their disappointment, however, that the 27th Conference Of The Parties
      (COP 27) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change held at Sharm El-Sheik, Egypt last year, did not deliver on its headline agenda of implementation and instead ended with only weak climate finance and
      mitigation outcomes. They commended the outstanding leadership from CARICOM and Antigua and Barbuda as chair of the Alliance of Small Island States, in achieving a decision to establish a Loss and Damage Fund. Although welcoming the step forward, they noted that what would be delivered depended on the followthrough of the process to resource and access the fund.
      They agreed to conduct high-level political advocacy among major economies to encourage greater ambition to limit global warming to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels.
      They also advocated for targeted support for CARICOM member states to implement their nationally determined contributions and adaptation plans as well as to support the just transitions for member states.

      Source: Nation


  4. It is a non-sequitur that gangs in Caribbean are black
    the next leap in logic would be to say all blacks are in gangs
    there are two sides to Caribbean
    1. Paradise and 2. an Underworld
    perhaps you could start a good gang to fight the bad gangs
    and stop all the violence and murder and spread love in the community

  5. Oh “hesus’ christos! At least one person, Tee White, understands the forces at work in Haití.

    It’s indeed refreshing to read an analysis of the purposefully contrived and real, even some hideous, forces at work within and without that country, dear Haití, which rassoul White people, their Black agents and their Western countries have hated forever.

    Of course, we should expect little sympathy from Caricom. Instead, and the Hatians know it well, that Caricom will act as a cat’s paw for another Invasión of Haiti by Canada, like Brazil was last time Lula was in office. Given the the criminal Americans are preoccupied with Russia and China. So this errand is being outsourced to a junior partner, Canadá, to stage another White man’s war under the pretext of humanitarianism. And the minions in Caricom will again support this shiiite!

    The truth is that the White, Western countries and their lackeys have refused to take their knee off the neck of Haití. They will never forgive Haití for acting as the catalyst for the destruction of chattle slavery in the Western Hemisphere. And Haití was fundamental. There would not have been a Simon Bolívar, for example, except for the support of Haití. There would not bea Bussa Rebelión, in Barbados, except for the role of the Haitian people geopolitically, geostragically.

    And we could go on and on. We could talk about the Glorious Revotion of 1688. The counter- Revolution of 1776. And the Haití Revolution of 1801. Unless the critical links are made between and amongst these the ignorance which is so acceptable in Western countries which acts to debilitate Afrikan-ness will forever have titularly Black people walking around with an unsophisticated White mindset, and feeling proud of it too.

    Tee White has to know that there is vastly more gang violence in Jamaica than Haití. Yet, Trudeau, the Canadian PM who has inherited the genocidal culture of “indegenous” peoples in his own country could have been oppointed to be the satrap to help White people, with the aid of Caricom, to continue raping Haití under the cloak of cascading violence which they themselves are causal.

    Only the big mushroom headed deckie could approach fixing the human germ which continues to act as if some nonexistent god somewhere bequeathed a right for them to rule the rest of us forever. Even by using bulling and wokeism as trinkets.

  6. “Oh “hesus’ christos! At least one person, Tee White, understands the forces at work in Haití.”

    am truly done wasting my energies on here and will redirect to other areas. Will share one or two things out of courtesy for those who may not see the information in other places because crucial info has been strategically elevated to the status of pure gold…I am thinking soon the only place it will be worth reading or accessing is on my sites and the other forums around for numerous years..that are geared toward educating the people. I have had some who already reached out to me in that regard…to share their papers.

    …you can hardly find intelligent discourse outside the usual clown show that goes nowhere and never will..a real waste of time.

    They are not taking any of this seriously, but very soon will be forced to..

  7. Apparently Prof. Bayyinah Bello’s book gives much insight…a must read, due for launch sometime this month…saw the date, if not today, maybe the 28th.

    Too much was happening to keep it in my head.

  8. I’m not sure how an army can defeat a gang as gangs can hide and do not need to fight. When you get rid of a gang another one steps into the vacuum. Armies will provide service for a set period and will not permanently act as security force.

    Predatory Gangs: Social predators commit the violent crimes (drive-by shootings, carjacking, and organized drug dealing).

    Scavenger gangs are the least organized and the least “successful” gangs. Leadership of these groups can change daily or weekly. Scavengers do not have any pre-planned goals. Their crimes are spontaneous, as is their method of banding together.

    Beat Like This








  10. Along with the puppet politicians/governments, let’s not forget the wicked Slaves, comfortable in their Slavehood and want to trap everyone else in there with them..those MFs all need deleting…a wholesale danger to us and the recovery of our earth…our greatest enemies…without them, we could never be in all of this,. Their continued existence in this realm, means our demise.

    “min·​ion ˈmin-yən. Synonyms of minion. : a servile dependent, follower, or underling. He’s one of the boss’s minions.Feb 2, 2023 › …
    Minion Definition & Meaning – Merriam-Webster
    A minion is nothing more than a yes-man, a nameless faceless servant. It is a negative term implying that your only importance is from the person who orders you around.”

  11. Pacha…Idaho introduced a bill to criminalize anyone injecting anyone with the covid mrna …ya tink the clowns in Barbados will get the message now. Havent heard them expounding on their fraud recently….

    What a lesson learned, many paid with their lives and health…to
    STOP listening to bullies, minions and idiots…followers…sheep dat ya cahn even eat…

  12. Pacha…calls are getting louder and louder for Nuremberg trials to begin, during white marches that the media is not covering…which is fine…cause when they pick up the puppets and minions not a fella will miss them…let them and their imps and pimps continue believing this is a joke…

    …..they have sold is out FOR THE LAST TIME..

    Fred Corbin already told them to make their wills…i wont even give them that courtesy…

    ““Let’s Stop Jabbing the People”: Calls to Suspend C19 Vaccines in South Africa Over Safety Concerns Hit Mainstream Media

    Calls for the government of South Africa to suspend Covid-19 vaccines hit mainstream media airwaves this week.

    In this video, WCH Steering Committee member Shabnam Palesa Mohamed explains to eNCA News, South Africa’s top ranked trusted TV news channel, why an independent investigation must be concluded over concerns surrounding potential side effects and deaths caused by C19 vaccines, and its findings must be shared with the public.

    Is there proof that South Africans have, gravely ill or have died from Covid-19 vaccination?

    “Absolutely so,” Shabnam emphasized. “What we have is clinical evidence by doctors in South Africa— and of course, around the world, thousands and thousands of doctors—speaking out.”

    “We also have data and statistics, which is, of course, being analyzed by international experts.”

    “And they’re saying that we have a basis to take this matter to court and stop the shots pending investigation,” she added.”

  13. Just saw a blurb where UKs NHS on Feb 12th shut down their vaccines and boosters program for all ages.

    Spelling correction : *us

  14. Bushman…translate this for me after watching the clip, i may be getting it wrong.

    Dem corrupt so we could be corrupt too..

    Oh no ya can’t…they can afford to be corrupt until their justice systems catches with them….cause as corrupt as they are perceived, they actually have a justice system..

    Ya dont even have a justice system based on equality for the majority…never once in 100 years.

  15. Well here we go, problem solved…once he elaborates on the “this and that”…Prince Donald at work..

    “Trump Reveals How He Would End Ukraine Conflict

    Former US President Donald Trump claims he would end the Ukraine conflict within hours if he wins the presidential election in 2024 by directly appealing to the presidents of Russia and Ukraine.

    Speaking at a rally in Florida on Monday, Trump was asked what he would do to end the hostilities and replied that he would spring into action even before being sworn into office.

    “I would literally start calling, not from the day I took over, but from the night I won. And I’ll call two people… [Russian President Vladimir] Putin… and [Ukrainian President Vladimir] Zelensky. And I’ll say we’re going to meet. I guarantee I could work that out.”
    “I’ll tell one guy this, and I’ll tell one guy that… We would have a deal made in 24 hours,” he said.

    Trump said that “continuing to pour money in” Ukraine is delaying a peaceful settlement and “getting many people killed.”

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