historic in the sense that he divided the country

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I respect a person's right to support anyone, the devil included.

Tell me if Aristide, a former Catholic Priest, was such a benevolent leader why did he create a division among the people that haunts us even today?

And why did he say that with him gone darkness would reign in Haiti?

When he came up to the political scene he instinctively taught the poor that the rich was responsible for their misery.

Capitalists are rarely satisfied with what they have, their nature is to always seek more at the expense of the poor. (Most, not all of them anyway).

It is true that the majority of the Haitian bourgoisie has not done much to help the Haitian people.

A lot of them took advantage of the people because they're undereducated and poor. But they are not responsible for Haiti being where it is today.

Things are bad in Haiti today because the majority of haitian presidents never did anything concrete to help the country.

They helped themselves and their families.

Just like your beloved Aristide who is a rich man living the good life in South Africa today.

And for their incompetence and inability to lead they blame the wealthy class.

Creating an endless division and hatred.


Yes most owners of big businesses will try to take advantage of their employees but it's the government's job to create and enforce laws to proctect and improve the lives of the poor and working class.

It is not to create gangs AKA chimeres to terrorize the wealthy class and vocal oponents as Aristide did. My friend you talk about justice i hope justice catches with Aristide too because his hands are stained in the blood of his oponents.

The kidnappers are no doubt ex-chimeres, terrorists once employed by Aristide to crush his oponents.

Aristide's doctrine of hate and division is alive and well in your soul but give Haiti a chance.

Aristide is the past let him stay their.

Mark, December 26 2006, 7:21 PM

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Je trouve votre reponse a mes questions abherant en accusant Jean-Bertrand Aristide comme la source des problemes... read more >
Jolibois Selondieu, 26-Dec-06 10:48 am
AMEN, AMEN. la derniere election prouve qu' ils seront toujours mis en deroute. Apaid a garde le silence, mais tot ou... read more >
Gros Janjan, 26-Dec-06 2:25 pm
I respect a person's right to support anyone, the devil included. Tell me if Aristide, a former Catholic Priest, was... read more >
Mark, 26-Dec-06 7:21 pm
Il est vraiment un leader historique. Puisque l'histoire ne distingue pas entre le bon et particulierement le mauvais... read more >
Mark, 26-Dec-06 8:55 pm
The church itself was created to divide." SUBORDINATION at its best". That was yesterday: R. Reagan, Pope Jn Paul II... read more >
Gros Janjan, 27-Dec-06 1:13 am
Vous ne faites que reprendre les propos de ces memes opposants qui ont execute Izmery en pleine ceremonie. Ils sont... read more >
Gros Janjan, 27-Dec-06 1:32 am
As you said I respect your opinion and some of your points are well appreciated. Have you ever read "Le testament des... read more >
Jolibois Selondieu, 27-Dec-06 10:47 am
I rarely waste my time arguing with those who sees Aristide as a messianic leader. For most of them logic,common... read more >
Mark, 27-Dec-06 5:54 pm
Comme je disais la majorite d'anciens presidents et de premiers ministres n'a jamais fait beaucoup pour aider Haiti... read more >
Mark, 27-Dec-06 8:45 pm


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