If New York Times can say that it is because they believe...

Adams - January 29 2011, 11:35 AM

If New York Times can say that it is because they believe Haiti is a latrines' country where all Haitians are Bayakous.

Mirelande Manigat will be the first Bayakou woman to clean all those latrines in Haiti.

I am not a latrine cleaner myself.

I am from Haitian parents but I was born in West Virginia a little far from Haiti.

I barely identify myself as Haitian and I do the same like Beyonce and Usher.

I don't know if one day I will identify myself as Haitian but Haitians are very far to be civilized people.

They are a bunch of liars, brainwashing people and ignorant who do not know where they are going and what they want. They have no focus on anything.

On one hand, they are criticizing Americans and other whites and on the other they are defending all white values.

If I was not taken away from my mom to be educated by a radicalist white person, I would never know what whiteness means in the lives of whites and other light skin people in the world and I would never know where the black curse came from. It is sad that you have been identified as Bayakous but I will research the Bayaka tribe as mentioned in one of those earlier postings to see if that really fits Haitians.

I don't know what to say but being Haitians is worst than being African-Americans and Native Americans.

Good luck guys!

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New York Times: The Awaiting of the Grand Bayakou in Haiti

The word bayakou came from one of the African tribes named Bayaka that was brought to Hispaniola by the French...

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