The facts that exist in Haiti today are a matter of record...

Earl Wheby Jr - October 21 2009, 3:07 AM

The facts that exist in Haiti today are a matter of record.

Unemployement is over 70% there is high crime and kidnappings and these things have been reported on this website by Haitians who have recently visited the country.

Then there are the stories on T.V. news which I have seen myself of Haitians being forced to eat dirt (dried mud patties) so the situation is not good. If Haitians enter Abaco in the Bahamas illegally they seem to be welcomed there whereas all the boat people trying to sneak illegally into the U.S. are met at sea by the U.S. Coast Guard and the number of illegal Haitians in the U.S. and those attempting to sneak into the U.S. illegally in overloaded boats that often sink with many Haitians drowning are all a matter of public record.

You suggest places Haitians can enter legally.

There are some who argue the entire island belongs to Haiti and the human rights violations of Haitians on the "other portion" of the island suggest Haitians have a right to take control as they once attempted in the past and had a brilliant General and were winning the war until a Voodoo priest sent a message to the brilliant Haitian general that he should return home at once. He came home and Haiti lost the war. The same mistake should not be made again?

I am recommending a large increase in the size of the Haitian military, establishment of a military college and a large increase in the size of the Haitian Air Force.

I ask for the support of all concerned Haitians on these issues.

Regarding Abaco I am not able to comment on classified information but let me assure you it is not now a poor area and it will surely not be in the future so in my personal opinion Haitians are better off there than in bankrupt, lawyer run USA and should consider relocation before being forced out of U.S. by immigration authorities who are truely visious and are happy to seperate families and have a long standing record of doing just that even for people who have lived and workded in U.S. for years and paid taxes.

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