I forgot to mention that in your post you made some true...

Earl Wheby Jr - April 23 2010, 9:14 AM

I forgot to mention that in your post you made some true comments about Papa Doc. My understanding of the situation is that besides the bad things he did he did take power from some and gave more power to the black people and the reason Baby Docs mother objected to his marriage to the Bennett woman is that in doing this Baby Doc was going against these policies established by Papa Doc. But all of this is in the past now and Haiti is confronted with a situation today far forse than having a bad or crooked leader or one who associates with the "elite" as you put it. Every society in the world has rich and poor and a so-called higher class and lower class often based upon how much money or power a person has. All of these issues must now take a back seat to the really important question: "What next?" and the answer to this question really has little to do with who the next leader is but what are going to be the "policies" going forward and my answer to that is lets all work together to give Haiti what it needs most which is law and order, get rid of U.N. troops and establish an army and air force for Haiti as it had an army and air force when Baby Doc was in power and I know as I was living and working in Haiti at the time. Lets unite and move on past these arguements about who is best to lead because no individual can do much to change the dire situation in Haiti today and only a new policy of Manifest Destiny to liberate the entire island will change things for the betterment of the people of Haiti and not any single individual as a new leader.

Any Haitians or others with medical knowledge and experience welcome to contact me about establishment of a private medical clinic in Haiti.

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Listen brother, Jean-Claude Duvalier was a French...



I know some of you will be very disturbed by my claim. But after more than 23 years where are we people in Haiti...

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