Louinel The more you talk and the more I listen to you, I...

Tba - January 6 2009, 6:45 PM

Louinel

The more you talk and the more I listen to you, I cannot help but to knowledge your lack of understanding on how government works.

Remember that I told you that governing a country is not as the same as running a grocery store like many Haitians tend to believe, and this is perhaps your understanding about government/governance.

You said: "We cannot continue to see leadership as a threat we must trust someone sometimes."

Correction: Well, my friend, I don't know what planet you're from, but once again, you keep showing your naivity and lack of understanding about government, the world and the conception of mankind.

Sorry to tell you this, but Haitian people have profound and justified reasons not to trust the government and to see the government as the biggest threat to their lives, their future, their welfare and their well being.

You seem to be the only one to trust the Haitian government.

In case you did not know this, but TRUST is earned and not a right.

If the government wants to be trusted it must earn it through its deeds and by the way it treats its own people.

You said: "How do we speak about governance and politics without institutions.

We must structure the state so that the people may gain a sense of direction."

Correction: Who are "We" you keep referring to to structure the state so that the people may gain a sense of direction?

Once again, you keep showing your lack of understanding on how things works.

Remember this my friend, it is not my job, your job, or our job to to structure the government.

This is the job, the duty and responsibility of the government to do. Only the government has the mandate/the authority to structure itself and set a direction for the people to follow.

People don't lead the government.

The government lead the people.

And the government uses the people labor force to builds infrastructures.

You said: "something is got to chnage, but we to do it one step at a time.You don't need crush my argument so that your can shine, we would do better to look at each other's view and try to see how we can behold a new Haiti."

Correction: contrary to your belief, you and me, and everybody else, do want change in Haiti.

We all want a better Haiti, but we all have different opinions on how to accomplish and bring the changes needed.

Personal, I have more realistic approach on how to achieve these changes while others seem to have a more naivity approach.

For example, I do understand realistically that no one, individual can build infrastructures, and provide electricity in Haiti, only the government can do that. Only the government can fix the judicial system, etc...

Don't fool yourself my friend, the people can only presure/force the government to bring these changes ONLY through streets protests day in and day out.

THat's how it's done right here in the US?

As much as the Americans want to end the war, can they end it really?

No! but they use the street protest tactic as a strategy to put pressure on the government to end it. The same goes about immigration laws, etc...

etc...

Don't think we, Haitians, can just go to Haiti bypass the government and change things.

It is pure illusion and fantasy.

Response to:

"ALL at once. However, in the politics of governance...

Subject:

Bavo Preval! WHAT DO I RESPECT YOU?

I RESPECT PREVAL BECAUSE HE TELLS THE PEOPLE THE TRUTH.HE DOES NOT PROMISE THE WORLD WHILE IN FACT HE KNOWS HE DOES...

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Be careful the way you compare American protesters...

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