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How could you be passionate about ignorance?

How could anyone justify the Duvalier regime that was responsible for the murder and terrorization of tens of thousands of Haitians?

By the way, I did not state any opinions, just the facts.

Aristide was not responsible for Haiti's economic turmoil, the US was. Jimmy Carter was sent to bribe Aristide to keep him from running for president, and he refused and also told his supporters.

The supporters threatened to necklace Carter.

When they realized Aristide's plan of moving the country forward, they cut all "aid" and imposed an embargo on the guy in order to stop the movement.

The embargo killed many people, including tens of thousands of children, and they, INCLUDING BILL CLINTON, justified it under the guise of "restoring democracy."

Aristide won and because he refused to sell out, he was removed within 8 months.

He was kidnapped in a so-called coup and brought to the US.

The so-called Aristide gangs were on the CIA's payroll.

Aristide has a country - he's Haitian, yet the Americans refuse to allow him to step foot in the country.


Because the majority of the Haitian people still revere him, and a stabilized, mobilized, and prosperous Haiti - one that was envisioned by our ancestors who fought for such, is not in their imperial interest.

Many of Lavalas members have been murdered and imprisoned only because they dared to mobilize the Haitian people to remove themselves from under the yoke of America.

Any Haitian with who wants to see Haiti move forward would join the Lavalas movement, because it is the hope of

I'm only 28 years old and it took me several years of research and stories from my family, who are staunch Lavalas supporters - who marched in Washington during the early 90's to restore Aristide back to power after the Americans coup-knapped him, to learn the truth.

Nadege, February 13 2010, 5:10 PM

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Is is that you Haitians possess no self-esteem, self-confidence that you think some brutal dictator was "better" than... read more >
Nadege, 13-Feb-10 1:02 pm
Here again is what is wrong. Both of you are passionate over the issue, then we agree to disagree. this doesn't work... read more >
Joe, 13-Feb-10 4:58 pm
How could you be passionate about ignorance? How could anyone justify the Duvalier regime that was responsible for the... read more >
Nadege, 13-Feb-10 5:10 pm
nadege I know that you are not talking to me. I can see that you do a lot of research. a lot of what you say are true... read more >
Tififi, 13-Feb-10 5:29 pm
I'll say it again: If Aristide had "blood on his hands," as you said, he would be in power right now and not in a... read more >
Nadege, 13-Feb-10 5:43 pm
I believe it's the right time now to flush thoses As> holes out of Haiti for good. Started with Meuz... read more >
Jean P Alexandre, 13-Feb-10 6:19 pm
Nadege, I happen to be twice your age & lived in a beautiful place called " La Perle Des Antilles " The Duvalier... read more >
Joe, 13-Feb-10 9:37 pm
Hello Joe: The "black power" movement started way before Duvalier, so the truth is others paved the way for him. I'm... read more >
Nadege, 13-Feb-10 10:19 pm
I am proud of your patriotism and one day you will get a voice too. We forgive all our former presidents after 24... read more >
Dessalines The Avenger, 14-Feb-10 12:02 am
Nadege, Thank you for the concern you've showed. I left Haiti in 1964 & currently living in CA. plan on going to Haiti... read more >
Joe, 14-Feb-10 12:57 pm
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