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Hey Kamoken! Comment toute les bagay sont ye?

Bonne Annee!

Kamoken, you said it all. Unfortunately, no one would understand anything you just said because while majority of Haitians are living in a fanfasy world full of denial, the Americans and the foreigners refuse to face the fact of Haiti's reality.

Most of Haitians are on CIA's payrol to defuse the truth about the evilness of US foreign policy in Haiti so that Washington can sleep in peace with a conscience.

We all know that Haitians are responsible in part of Haiti's fallout and misdeed, but the United States and France are responsible for 75% of Haiti's misery, poverity, chaos, and grief.

The fact of the matter is, skin color and language dictate US foreign policy.

The whiter is the skin color and as long as the native language is English, the better off you are with US foreign policy.

Haiti, unfortunately, doesn't meet any of these 2 criteria.

Haitians, who don't know much about US foreign policy in Haiti, are the ones prone to call on the Haitian people to stop blaming others for Haiti's downfall, but these same people have no nrain power to ask themeselves the simplest question "How could Haiti ver become something if the country cannot do trade/commerce with other countries?

How could Haiti feed her people while being under so many ambargoes and economic sanctions?

Can some please tell the world how many foreign investors, factories, corporations, companies perished/destroyed in the earthquake?

I know no one can give a count because there weren't any. Haiti has been without foreign investors, factories, companies for decades.

Haiti has been under ambargoes/economic santions for decades, and yet, people keep blaming Haiti for being the poorest of the poor.

The United States has completely destroyed dismentaled collapsed Haiti's economy in 1992 through a naval baricade.

In the 90s, Aristide had borrowed $500 million from world bank, which the United States blocked from being released for which Haiti was paying $3 million every month on interest.

While the United States was forgiving foreign debts for countries all over the globe, there was never debt forgiveness for Haiti.

Jesse Helm, the late senator of South Carolina, had Congress to force Haiti to get rid of its rice production and pigs in order to buy only US rice and pigs. Today, Haiti's rice and pigs are all gone.

And all that is on the top of all the ambargoes and economic santions that were already imposed against Haiti for decades.

Can someone tell me if all that would ever happen to another country that is white?

Tiba, January 2 2011, 2:21 PM

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Happy New Year 2011 Tiba. Let's start the year on a positive note. Let’s hope that the year 2010 is the final year... read more >
Pierre F. Lherisson, 1-Jan-11 10:33 pm
Pierre, Chapo ba, papa! this a very well thought out and detailed essay/analogy, and I really applaud you with all... read more >
Tiba, 2-Jan-11 6:44 am
Hello Tiba and Pierre Great Job on your POST. First of all Pierre whatever violence we have learned we have learned it... read more >
Kamoken, 2-Jan-11 9:02 am
Hey Kamoken! Comment toute les bagay sont ye? Bonne Annee! Kamoken, you said it all. Unfortunately, no one would... read more >
Tiba, 2-Jan-11 2:21 pm
Thank you Tiba Without doubts the Blanc mastered the technology of killing with a mathematical precision. That is why... read more >
Pierre F. Lherisson, 2-Jan-11 5:14 pm
Thank you Kamokin. All of us are sharing the same concern and consternation regarding the state of great disorder... read more >
Pierre F. Lherisson, 2-Jan-11 6:41 pm
hello, for the most part i agree with all you say, just a word of caution about generalizing any group of people. not... read more >
Chuck, 3-Jan-11 11:05 am
I did not make a blanket statement about any group.I did not believe any particular group is inherently more wicked... read more >
Pierre F. Lherisson, 3-Jan-11 1:53 pm
agreed, and as you have alluded, it really is seemingly always a class issue, where race, socioecomomic... read more >
Chuck, 3-Jan-11 2:03 pm
I beg to differ: Class, race and sometimes gender are tightly link together. Socioeconomic stratification is another... read more >
Marjory Middy, 3-Jan-11 5:24 pm
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