September 29, 2015
Another year has slipped by and we must celebrate that date, in 1991, that the Nation rejected Jean-Bertrand Aristide’s short-lived, murderous government – hiding under the guise of a Democratically elected government.
Aristide’s 8.5 months, as President, were marked with accelerating violence as he murdered any real, or imagined enemies, that crossed his path.
He even had two blind musicians “Necklaced” and we are still trying to think of what they did to irritate The Little Priest.
September 29, 1991 was not a coup.