3 Responses to “Don’t be distracted by Aristide in Haiti”

  1. PLou says:

    As great as these news should be, I can’t help but be even more nervous for the safety of Aristide and his family. I am surprised at Zuma for finally making a decision that he promised, but with denied security forces and all eyes on Haiti right now, I really don’t mean to be worrisome, but who knows what those devils are prying up to do? I can only met yo nan priye Mwen, hope so much that nothing bad occurs, and that things finally become better for us…

  2. Marguerite,
    The battle continues, I am initiating, developing, organizing a Comite pour l’Institution de la Democratie Populaire en Haiti: Committe for the Instauration of popular Democracy in Haiti. The strategy is Inclusion and no Exclusion; as President said it today, you cannot have a true election in Haiti with the exclusion of the majority of the People. Every one must be included, but we all also must be instructed, educated and capable of making a good Choice of the appropriate Candidate. The Haitian majority must be able to recognize their friend and not support their adversary.
    Dr. Frantz Delva

  3. IN MY OPINION THE COUNTRY HAITI
    NEEDS ONE SET OF PEOPLE TO
    GOVERN ITS AFFAIRS. THERE IS NO
    FOR ELECTIONS BECAUSE THE POLITICIANS
    ARE INCAPABLE. IT SEEMS THE COUNTRY IS
    LAWLESS, WITH THE NGO DOING WHAT THEY
    WANT, THE U.S HAVE THEIR AGENDA, ETC.
    THE COUNTRY NEEDS TO BE ORGANISED
    BY SET STRONG MEN (DICIPLINE, EDUCATION,
    AND COMMOM SENSE)

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