President Aristide Is Planning His Return To Haiti But.

Mitch - February 21 2011, 12:39 PM

I am not well educated in to the imbecility of those who have swallowed the fake logic of doom and gloom .May be I am singularly stupid and blind.

I refuse to believe the concoction of those who are afraid of thinking independently from what " blanc" wants us of to think.

I have been living in the US for 30 years almost, I have never seen an American citizen denied access to his country and there are many American troublemakers who travelled regularly in and out of the country.

Those who are drinking from that cup remind of that story: some time ago an epidemic was killing thousands in Haiti.

American medical team came to assess the situation.

They would apply a stethoscope to the chest of the very sick, then they would declare him living and worthy of care or they would declare him dead. One sick Haitian was declared dead by American Dr. but he was not really dead. When they were about to haul him to the morgue the " not really dead Haitian patient" was talking and saying < mezanmi, mwen pa mouri vre non> but the hospital worker replied to him: the White man says you are dead, then you are dead.
That Haitian patient was sent to the morgue just because that American Dr. has misdiagnosed.

You see?

The white man is not always right.

You have been blinded by their rhetoric, you sound sure of what you are saying but you sound like a foul. You lack the knowledge and understanding of what is a right and what is a privilege.

The return of Aristide is his right.

When you attempt to stop him and refrain him from exercising that right you become a macoute, a stupid, a tchoulblan< not sure of the spelling>.

Give yourself a makeover start thinking for your own self. Ask yourself: When was the last time the great powers were so confused about one man returning to his own country?

Has that ever happened before?

We know they sent out in the first place.

Is this a case of
Raise your voice, ask the big question instead.

Other than preventing us from celebrating our bicentennial, what have those "tour de force" brought the country?

The answer is they have turned a functioning university into a barrack, they gave us Gerard Latortue, and they have massacred our people in cite soleil, belair and more.
By the way the loudest were the quietest during those " Blanc benit acts"
I have also outraged and angered by the wikileaks reports about Haiti.

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