my letter to the president

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Mr President,
I am disgusted with the way the government is running the country.

I really would have wished that Haiti would have had a leader with great vision.

A true leader, when I say a true leader I really want to accentuate to the word leader, what it means, and to me a leader is a strategist, a visionary, a champion, a winner.

A leader is someone that would stop at nothing to achieve his goal; someone who believes and has conviction, someone with great proud who believes he can achieve greatness with little.

A true leader acts carefully, he trusts no one and yet he listened to everyone.

He always has the last words, meaning he always makes the final decision.

A true leader is not someone who is negligent; he will create around him an environment that favours him. A true leader will always think about how to improve himself and the things he stands for. A true leader will not blame someone else for something that goes wrong under his leadership because he knows and understands that he should creates an environment that wouldn't allow any mistakes.

A true leader is ambitious, determined, and will not do something against his beliefs because some power belong him want it to be that way. He will break away if he has to. He will act alone if he has to. It is not immoral for a true leader to be sometimes audacious for it depends on the environment.

I hope that these definitions of a leader have resonated through you and give you a new way of seeing things.

I apologize if you find this letter offensive.

I only wished for a better Haiti and I believe that you want the same thing.

Since I am only 21 and can not yet run for president of Haiti, I will give you what I would have done if I was in your position.

First things first, if you have been outside of Haiti, or have any world experience at all, you should know that injustice and oppression to a people will inevitably lead to revolution and chaos.

You should have foreseen this state of complete chaos in Haiti if you have not taken the necessary measures to give justice to the Haitian people.

I know you want the best for Haiti, but I must tell you that I believe that you are partly responsible for the situation the country is right now because you didn't take the steps necessary to prevent it.

The people who have killed, murder, rape, steal the population are in the street running like heroes, have the best life in Haiti.

Come on what did you expect, this is injustice.

You have people like chambrain, guy Philip along with their gangs of terror walking the street, making press reports after they have caused so much harmed, so much mourning, so many dearth and desperation, those who have slaughtered so many walking the street of Haiti freely, while decent people are in jail. Where is the justice?

What did you expect from the population?

If you, Mr. President, the first thing you do after getting into office, was making sure that all those people who were responsible for those killings, were arrested or kill, Haiti would not have been in the state that It is right now. killing all those murderers, those who are arrested should have faced trial for treasons, for overthrowing a democratically elected government and for the slaughter of masses.

(When I say those responsible for the overthrowing of a democratically elected government, I take into account foreign government who have sponsored them, but I believe that it would have been a mistake to have deal with them right after you get elected because I don't believe you have the necessary resources to do that, but dealing with them should definitely have been in your agenda).

If you have done that, the Haitian people would not have felt that they have to take matter in their own hand and go as far as kidnapping and commit murders.

Second: I always wonder why Haiti always has to depend on foreign powers and their banks if anything is to be done in Haiti.

We depend on foreign government for money and everything.

Is it true that Haiti cannot become self-sufficient or at least close to be self-sufficient?

No wonder why those foreign governments always think that they can tell us what to do and not do.

If I get a response from you, Mr. President, I will certainly respond with what I would have done to put Haiti on the road to become self-sufficient.

Francois, December 29 2006, 3:34 PM

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