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Dr. Paul Farmer Is ‘Surprised And Upset And Humbled’ After Visit To Haiti- Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Dr. Paul Farmer, co-founder of Partners In Health, stands with Mirlande Estenale in front of what used to be her home in the town of Les Cayes, Haiti. Liz Campa/Partners In Health NPR Paul Farmer has spent a lot of time in Haiti over the past three decades. Still, what he saw on his visit this past week left him…

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1987’S ARTICLE 149 MAY SAVE THE NATION FROM COMPLETE FAILURE

ARTICLE 149: Should the office of the President of the Republic become vacant for any reason, the President of the Supreme Court of the Republic, or in his absence, the Vice President of that Court, or in his absence, the judge with the highest seniority and so on by order of seniority, shall be invested temporarily with the duties of…

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KONSTITISYON SE PAPYE, BAYONÈT SE FÈ,PRIVÈ SE DEZONÈ

KONSTITISYON SE PAPYE, BAYONÈT SE FÈ,PRIVÈ SE DEZONÈ La Constitution, c’est du papier, les bayonnettes, c’est du fer. L’histoire préte ses propos au Général Paul Eugéne Magloire. Quoique surnommé Kanson Fé,il n’a pas réussi à s’asseoir sur les bayonnettes de l’Armée et a du laisser le pouvoir au terme de son mandat constitutionnel. L’actuel Président de facto d’Haïti, Jocelerme Privert, n’est…

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A lire: Le massacre des haïtiens en République Dominicaine / le massacre du Persil 1937

A lire: Le massacre des haïtiens en République Dominicaine / le massacre du Persil OCT 1937 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parsley_Massacre Dans la nuit du 2 octobre 1937, s’organise un massacre à la machette qui va faire entre 547 et 12 166 morts selon les ministres des affaires étrangères des deux pays, plusieurs milliers pour la plupart des sources. Dès le premier jour de…

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Donald Trump missed a golden opportunity to take down Hillary Clinton over Haiti

Donald Trump was mocked for trying to address Haiti based on his experience “at Little Haiti the other day in Florida,” but while his takedown didn’t really get off the ground, he did manage to make his main point. “I want to tell you, they hate the Clintons, because what’s happened in Haiti with the Clinton Foundation is a disgrace….

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Allo Jérémie – Y-a-t-il un pilote dans l’avion?

Un bateau neerlandais chargé d’aide humanitaire fait demi tour : trop de monde, pas assesz de mesure de sécurité et aucune organisation pour distribuer l’aide. Un peuple abandonné à lui-même. Aucune organisation civile. Aucun plan d’urgence. Et les malheureux de l’arrière-pays, quel est leur sort? Qui s’occupe d’eux? Un bateau neerlandais est arrivé au port. Les matelots effrayés face à ce déferlement…

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A Haitian Warlord Meets His Match: Hurricane Matthew

By AZAM AHMED NEW YORK TIMES October 19, 2016 PESTEL, Haiti — Guy Philippe is among the most feared men in Haiti, a nation with a rich history of men worthy of fear. The United States Drug Enforcement Administration wants him for narcotics trafficking; the Haitian government for killing police officers. He led an armed rebellion that ousted a president and has…

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ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!!! COUR DE CASSATION MOVES AGAINST PRIVERT AND CEP – DEMAND ARTICLE 149 SOLUTION

Oct 19, 2016 As Privert busily tries to explain his invitation to the Dominican military, and his authorization of their use of “Deadly Force” to protect bottles of water, bags of rice, etc. the Cour de Cassation finally took its responsibility and demanded the departure of the criminal Privert. The Cour de Cassation has demanded the application of Article 149,…

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WikiLeaks: Clinton Foundation Staffer Gripes ‘Oxfam Screwed Us Publicly in Haiti’

by Jerome Hudson19 Oct 2016 ER An email released by WikiLeaks reveals Amitabh Desai, the Clinton Foundation’s director of foreign policy, trashing nonprofit charity organization Oxfam for being critical of the Clintons’ embattled charity after the anniversary of the deadly earthquake in Haiti. “[Bill Clinton] may recall that Oxfam screwed us publicly in Haiti around the earthquake anniversary,” Desai wrote in an…

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THE PRIVERT PLAN

Oct 19, 2016 It worked for Adolf Hitler. Why not Privert? Privert is set upon creating a situation so unstable, and dangerous, that any and all interested parties will be forced to accept the first round’s cancellation. Privert then aims to finalize his move against Jovenel that sees only Celestin and Narcisse in the January, 2017 run-off. Adding to the…

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NASA Images Show Extreme Devastation in Haiti, Caused by Hurricane Matthew

This image shows the town of Les Cayes, Haiti. The first, greener image, was acquired Sept. 26, 2016, while the second image was taken Oct. 12, 2016 – after Hurricane Matthew ravaged the town.  (NASA) Story HighlightsAfter Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti, NASA captured shocking imagery that showed the devastation from above. When those images are paired with photos of the…

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DUTCH NAVAL VESSEL TURNS BACK WHEN FACED WITH MOB ON DOCK – MINUSTAH – PRIVERT PROVIDE NO SECURITY

The Dutch Navy sent shipload of relief aid and food to Haiti after the Hurricane Matthew ripped through the countryside. Once they arrived at the docks, they were met by a calm, but large crowd of civilians. Privet provided no security, or police.

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Le Traître Jocelerme Privert salit la Mémoire de l’Empereur Jean-Jacques Dessalines

MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2016 Il y a plusieurs pays ou les relations historiques font que la possibilite d’une presence militaire peut emtrainer une revolte de la conscience nationale. Quelques exemples: Le Pakistan et l’Inde, la Chine et le Japon, la Russie et l’Ukraine et enfin Haiti et la republique Dominicaine. Un Président de la république d’Haïti, même de facto, à…

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Un président ne devrait pas dire ça… – ADDED COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Jude Simon 17 octobre 2016 Pour dire son mot sur le malaise provoqué par la présence sur le territoire haïtien de centaines de militaires dominicains armés de fusil de guerre et de ce qu’on ne sait pas, M. Privert s’est présenté devant la nation, accompagné du Premier ministre et du secrétaire général finissant des Nations Unis, M. Ban Ki-Moon flanqué…

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NEW YORK TIMES: The Opinion Pages- Who Will Speak for Haiti’s Trees?

NEW YORK TIMES: The Opinion Pages By LAURENT DUBOISOCT. 17, 2016 A hillside near Kenscoff, Haiti, showing the effects of deforestation. Credit Hector Retamal/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images Durham, N.C. — Flying over the mountains into Port-au-Prince, Haiti, a few years ago, I sat next to a volunteer taking her first trip to the country. “I see trees,” she said,…

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The World Must Not Abandon Haiti to the Devastation Left by Hurricane Matthew

Conor Shapiro is President and CEO of the St. Boniface Haiti Foundation Lynn Black is a physician at Massachusetts General Hospital and a director on the board of the St. Boniface Haiti Foundation ‘There are simple things that the international community can do to help’ TIME: The military helicopter dropped us off in Les Anglais on the southern peninsula in…

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MUST HAVE INTERDICTION ORDER AGAINST CEP MEMBERS UNTIL ACCOUNTS AUDITIED AND VOTES COUNTED – LEOPOLD BERLANGER HAS 5 ONE WAY TICKETS FOR HIMSELF AND 4 FAMILY MENBERS NOVEMBER 10

October 19, 2016 The old saying – “RATS DESERTING A SINKING SHIP” really fits the CEP attitude as the reality of our situation accelerates towards the abyss. The CEP members have accumulated small fortunes – some larger fortunes, during their ineffective, criminal  term of office. CEP chief Leopold Berlanger has become independently wealthy as the delayer of our electoral process,…

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Dubai’s Emir flies more than £250,000 of aid to Haiti in his private jet

Sheikh Mohammed donated 90 tonnes of emergency supplies in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew Matt Payton United Arab Emirates’ Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum Reuters The Emir of Dubai has flown £300,000 of emergency supplies to Haiti on his private jet. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum sent 90 tonnes of emergency supplies in…

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The Herculean task facing Haiti

Washington Post Maniki Cadet, 67, works in a field removing dead banana trees and shoring up the foundations of others, near Les Cayes, Haiti, after Hurricane Matthew on Oct. 12. (Rebecca Blackwell/ASSOCIATED PRESS) By Editorial Board October 16 at 7:50 PM JEREMIE. LES CAYES. PORT-SALUT. These Haitian towns, blasted and shattered by Hurricane Matthew, are unfamiliar to most Americans. Yet…

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The Curse of Charity in Haiti Sustained foreign aid, such as rice, drives many local producers out of business

By Mary Anastasia O’Grady Oct. 16, 2016 5:25 p.m. ET Tragedy has hit Haiti—again. Local officials put the death toll from Hurricane Matthew above 1,000, and a cholera epidemic is likely to drive that number higher. At the center of the devastation, in the rural western part of the country, homes have been shredded by fierce winds and crops have…

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U.S. military wraps up Haiti relief mission after huge airlift effort

Navy Times.com PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti — The head of U.S. Southern Command said Saturday that he expects the U.S. military’s role in the aid mission to Haiti to wrap up in the next four days after delivering hundreds of thousands of pounds of rice and medical supplies. “What your beginning to see is a transition as the civil authorities,…

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DOMINICANS WITHDRAW IN FACE OF EXPOSURE: Flash!!! Gobierno dominicano retira militares daban seguridad a ayudas humanitarias en Haití tras paso de Matthew.- VITWA POU MILITAN REZO SOSYO YO!

Oct 15, 2016 Los congresistas haitianos dieron un plazo de 24 horas a las autoridades dominicanas para que los militares dominicanos desalojen la zona donde están acampados en la base de la Marina Haitiana, próximo a Puerto Príncipe Julián Herrera – 15 de octubre de 2016 – 2:23 pm SANTO DOMINGO, República Dominicana.- El ministro de Defensa, teniente general Rubén…

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EX-PM LAURENT LAMOTHE BRINGS HOPE TO NAPANYOL, HARD HIT BY HURRICANE MATTHEW

October 14, 2016 Ex-Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe returned to Haiti for a visit to Napanyol, a small peasant settlement, in the mountains above Petion-Ville. Accompanied by foreign supporters, and members of his Doctor Louis G. Lamothe Foundation, Lamothe brought a number of elements into play, in an effort to not only overcome the set backs, suffered during Hurricane Matthew’s passage,…

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Farrakhan Blasts Clinton in Haitian Crimes

In 2010, former President Bill Clinton publicly apologized for forcing Haiti to drop tariffs on imported subsidized U.S. rice during his time in office. It wiped out rice farming, seriously damaging Haiti’s ability to be self-sufficient. “It may have been good for some of my farmers in Arkansas, but it has not worked. It was a mistake,” Clinton said in…

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US military relief in Haiti is part logistics, part negotiation to get supplies to the neediest

U.S. airmen, sailors and Marines deliver supplies supply onto an Army Chinook helicopter in Port-au-Prince Haiti on Friday Oct. 14, to deliver relief supplies to the southwest village of Anse D’Hainault, which was struck badly by Hurricane Matthew. The supplies included hundreds of pounds of saline for IV treatment of cholera, a growing crisis in the worst hit regions. Dianna…

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UN SECRETARY GENERAL FLIES TO RUBBER-STAMP PRIVERT NEGOTIATED DOMINICAN OCCUPATION OF HAITI

Oct 15, 2016, Under the guise of Humanitarian Assistance, the Dominican Republic has flooded Haiti with some 8,000 Dominican soldiers. 700 of these arrived in full battledress, carrying assault rifles. The Dominican Foreign Affairs Minister moved to reassure Haitians that this was not an occupation.

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La Fondation Dr Louis G. Lamothe encourage ses partenaires à mieux canaliser leur solidarité aux victimes de Matthew

Pétion-ville, samedi 15 Octobre 2016 : Une délégation de la Fondation Dr Louis G. Lamothe, conduite par l’ancien Premier Ministre Laurent Salvador Lamothe, et accompagnée de l’organisation 3 to 5 days[1], s’est rendue le jeudi 13 Octobre aux Cayes, dans le département du Sud, pour explorer avec le Maire de cette ville, M. Gabriel Fortuné, les meilleures voies pour faciliter…

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Should You Trust The American Red Cross With Your Donation For Haiti?

The aid organization has a history of not delivering on promises. Adam Hamze Politics Intern, The Huffington Post ASSOCIATED PRESS Hurricane Matthew left a catastrophe behind in Haiti, killing 1,000 people and displacing thousands more. Public health experts fear the situation could get worse if contaminated water leads to a cholera epidemic like the country saw after a 2010 earthquake….

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Cholera Deepens Haiti’s Misery After Hurricane

The disease is stalking the areas gutted by Hurricane Matthew on a remote stretch of the country’s southern peninsula. Written by AZAM AHMED; Photographs by MERIDITH KOHUT RENDEL, Haiti — There is a plague on this town. Even before the winds and rain toppled nearly everything standing, cholera was already here. It came down from the mountains, washing into the…

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FLASH – FLASH – FLASH BAN-KI MOON, SECRÉTAIRE-GÉNÉRAL DES NATIONS-UNIES, DEMANDE À L’ARMÉE DOMINICAINE DE REMPLACER LES SOLDATS DE LA MINUSTHA.

Oct 15, 2016 Cinq jours après le dispaching de 600 soldats dominicains sur le territoire haitien et la création d’un quartier-général à l’ancienne base navale Amiral Killick à Carrefour,le Secrétaire-Général des Nations-Unies,Ban-Kimoon, débarque en Haiti. Les informations qui circulaient dans les couloirs des Nations-Unies se confirment. Ban-Kimoon aurait proposé aux représentants d’Haiti aux Nations-unies d’effectuer des démarches en vue du…

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