ELECTION VIOLENCE ACCELERATING AS MORE DEATHS REPORTED – THINGS WILL GET WORSE.

July 28, 2015
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July 28, 2015

Celestin, a candidate in the Plateau Centrale said his opponent had best not come back to the area, or “he would kill him!” When asked if he meant “he would kill him?” the candidate said, “if he didn’t, the Mob would.”

This is frightening and harks back to the times when Aristide activists necklaced anyone who opposed them.

Will we see this sort of violence again?

Yesterday we had reports of 3 people being shot in Correfour.

Another three in the Artibonite.

BOUCLIER teams have been spotted roaring around the streets in 9 car convoys, red lights flashing – sirens wailing… occupants armed with assault rifles and machine guns.

A young man appeared on TV with tears in his eyes. He begged Martelly to intervene, saying “We did not elect you to do this to us…”

The young man spoke for the Nation.

Martelly’s supporters didn’t want MUCH and the reality sees them receiving NOTHING!

However, actions speak louder than words and Martelly’s actions, and inactions tell the entire story.

Arrogance of power!!!

And the desire to retain power!

Martelly has betrayed his supporters, his friends and the Nation!

6 Responses to “ ELECTION VIOLENCE ACCELERATING AS MORE DEATHS REPORTED – THINGS WILL GET WORSE. ”

  1. Reginal Cadorel on July 28, 2015 at

    Semble que Kiko passe beaucoup de temps aux États-Unis,

  2. Reginal Cadorel on July 28, 2015 at

    Semble que Kiki passe beaucoup de temps aux États-Unis,

  3. FRANCINE MURAT on July 28, 2015 at

    Veut sans doute d’avoir un alibi lorsque la violence se produit.

  4. helene daniel on July 28, 2015 at

    You can run but you cannot hide.

  5. MICHAEL COLLINS on July 28, 2015 at

    3 more killed in Correfour

  6. JACK PETERS on July 29, 2015 at

    Where is Laurent Lamothe?

    We hear about his popularity and his desire to be president, but we don’t see any action.

    Perhaps he has decided on a life in the States, in preference to one in Haiti.