Will Haiti EVER Change

Ayiti - November 28 2008, 1:17 PM

Will Haiti EVER have the testicular fortitude to help its people.

Haitians continue to discrimminate against the poor, abuse the poor, mistreated the poor, and EXPORT the poor to the U.S., Canada, the Carribbean islands, and ESPECIALLY the neighboring DR. Haiti, instead of trying to find a solution for the poor by providing JOBS, Social programs, education, has turned the blind to the overwhemlingly majority of its population.

It's sad, frustrating, and sickening that Haitians could be so cruel to one another.

Haitian authorities prefer for there people to die, starve, and leave rather than to help them. They are not held accountable for their actions and want the world to solve there problems by taking in there MAJORITY poor and unskilled citizens.

[size=3]Will Haiti EVER have the testicular fortitude to help its people.

Haitians continue to discrimminate against the poor, abuse the poor, mistreated the poor, and EXPORT the poor to the U.S., Canada, the Carribbean islands, and ESPECIALLY the neighboring DR. Haiti, instead of trying to find a solution for the poor by providing JOBS, Social programs, education, has turned the blind to the overwhemlingly majority of its population.

It's sad, frustrating, and sickening that Haitians could be so cruel to one another.

Haitian authorities prefer for there people to die, starve, and leave rather than to help them. They are not held accountable for their actions and want the world to solve there problems by taking in there MAJORITY poor and unskilled citizens.

To the hated Dominican Republic is were most Haitians illegally migrate to look for better copportunities.

Yes, the DR is richer, fertile, and more stable than Haiti but it's not a first world countries.

It's a country in a development phase.

A country that is starting to provide opportunities for its citizens, a country with a vision for the future, a country that is progressing, and modernizing at a great rate. A poor country that is fighting for its people and its future.

DR and Haiti are night and day, in terms of living standards, opportunities, etc. I'm not painting DR has a utopian society or as first world nation but compare to Haiti it sure is developed, stable, and rich.

With the terrible conditions in Haiti that includes a UN occupation, high corruption, low employment, starvation, desertification, a powerless dispora, discrimmination for the poor aand overprotective laws that limit foreign investments, I ask, What is Haiti doing to fix itself?

Is exporting its poor the answer?

(isn't that virtually the whole country at 80% of the population?), Will this country EVER change and take responsibility for its people?

Will Haiti EVER limit births to stem the huge over-population in Haiti?

What is Haiti's plan for a brighter future?

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Comments

Gren Son Nin says...

Never and never J'ai suggere suicide collectif pour cette race d'hommes. Just look at their website, this Preval... more »

Babaco Pampidous says...

Yes Haiti will one day change once Haitians come to understand that nothing good comes free and to prosper our country... more »

Babaco Pampidous says...

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Gren Son Nen says...

Les forces du mal qui occupent l'esprit et le coeur des noirs demeurent le facteur le plus determinant de leur retard... more »

Gren Son Nen says...

Never and never J'ai suggere suicide collectif pour cette race d'hommes. Just look at their website, this Preval... more »

Babaco Pampidous says...

Imagine vodou believers stand before God on judgement day as criminals. Mark my words no vodou believers can bring... more »

Negpa says...

Yes Haiti will change. It will change more quickly when good-hearted governments, agencies, and individuals stop... more »

Ayitichanje says...

You are mistaken. The haitian diaspora is not powerless! They sent over 2 billion dollars every year in Haiti. If the... more »

Ayiti says...

The disapora is powerless b/c your community is not represented in Haiti. You don't have dual citizenship along you... more »

Tiba says...

Ayiti Agree with you! Have heard of "Ministre des Haitiens vivant a L'etranger?" There is a minister who represents... more »