SOMETHING SMELLY HERE!!! OPPOSITION FOR FUN AND PROFIT – MOISE JEAN CHARLES A HOUSE IN FLORIDA – MICHEL ANDRE A LAND CRUISER IN HAITI

January 31, 2018
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SOMETHING SMELLY HERE!!! OPPOSITION FOR FUN AND PROFIT – MOISE JEAN CHARLES A HOUSE IN FLORIDA – MICHEL ANDRE A LAND CRUISER IN HAITI

Jan 31 2018 OPPOSITION RABBLE ROUSING IS A PROFITABLE GROWTH BUSINESS. LEADERS PUT CASH RAISED INTO USEFUL THINGS, INSTEAD OF PAYING PEOPLE TO JOIN DEMONSTRATIONS. NO WONDER SOME RECENT DEMONSTRATIONS HAD NO ONE PARTICIPATING. **** Moise Jean Charles jetted to Fort Lauderdale last Thursday – Seat 4A First Class on an American Airlines flight....
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ONA : organe de l’Etat ou propriété de Youri Latortue ?

January 31, 2018
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ONA : organe de l’Etat ou propriété de Youri Latortue ?

31 janvier 2018 Haiti 24 Qui peut prétendre ignorer que l’actuel directeur général de l’Office national d’assurance vieillesse (ONA), Chesnel Pierre, est le représentant du sénateur de l’Artibonite, Youri Latortue, au sein de cette institution. Cette représentation permet au responsable du parti Ayiti an Action (AAA) de nommer des membres au sein du cabinet...
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Sen. Lindsey Graham confronted president on ‘sh–hole’ comment, fellow senator says

January 31, 2018
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Sen. Lindsey Graham confronted president on ‘sh–hole’ comment, fellow senator says

Graham challenged derogatory comments allegedly made by President Donald Trump Carla Field: WASHINGTON, D.C. — A fellow senator says South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham was the first to confront President Donald Trump about a derogatory comment several people say the president made about Haiti and African countries during an Oval Office meeting discussing Deferred...
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Haitians in legal ‘limbo’ deserve a solution, Archbishop Wenski says

January 30, 2018
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Haitians in legal ‘limbo’ deserve a solution, Archbishop Wenski says

by Kevin Jones Miami, Fla., Jan 30, 2018 / 12:00 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- The future of tens of thousands of Haitian migrants is unclear, after the Trump administration decided not to extend legal protections for them. While the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People has filed a legal challenge to the decision,...
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With State Of The Union Guests, Democrats Send Trump A Message

January 30, 2018
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With State Of The Union Guests, Democrats Send Trump A Message

Nearly 30 Democratic lawmakers have invited Dreamers to Trump’s first State of the Union address. By Marina Fang WASHINGTON — Each year, Capitol Hill lawmakers can bring guests to the president’s State of the Union address, often selecting people who represent a political message. Ahead of Donald Trump’s first State of the Union on Tuesday,...
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Haiti: Humanitarian Snapshot (December 2017)

January 30, 2018
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Haiti: Humanitarian Snapshot (December 2017)

Infographic from UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Published on 31 Dec 2017 — View Original Download PDF (1.21 MB) The humanitarian context in Haiti notably evolved in 2017. According to the IPC reports published in February and October 2017, the number of people living in food insecurity (crisis phase) decreased from...
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Smallholder Farmers Have Reason to Smile in Haiti

January 30, 2018
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Smallholder Farmers Have Reason to Smile in Haiti

Sometimes a smile can convey more than all the technical reports and excel forecast sheets combined. That was certainly the case last week at a cotton field trial site in Haiti as smallholder farmer Nerlande Dautarn showed off what she and her fellow farmers had just harvested. “This is a great day for Haiti,”...
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Trump is wrong. Norwegian immigrants are not better than Haitians for the US economy

January 30, 2018
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Trump is wrong. Norwegian immigrants are not better than Haitians for the US economy

The Trump administration on January 18 removed Haiti from the list of countries eligible for the H2A and H2B temporary visas for low-skilled workers. The move came after President Trump reportedly called Haiti a “s–thole” and asked why we don’t have more immigrants from Norway. Here’s why Norwegians can’t fill America’s immigration needs. Cindy...
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PRESIDENT MOISE’S MOVE TO SOLVE PREVENTATIVE DETENTION OUTRAGE IN DANGER OF FAILURE DURING FIRST MOMENTS!!

January 30, 2018
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PRESIDENT MOISE’S MOVE TO SOLVE PREVENTATIVE DETENTION OUTRAGE IN DANGER OF FAILURE DURING FIRST MOMENTS!!

Jan 30, 2018 LIKE A PLUGGED HOURGLASS! Even as the Jovenel Moise effort,  to solve the long-standing crime against his people – PREVENTATIVE DETENTION – takes it first steps, those charged with this duty have become involved in a senseless squabble over who has done what and to whom. http://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-23416-haiti-justice-the-minister-fortunate-blames-the-government-commissioner-dameus.html Justice Minister Fortune has...
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Pope Francis to Visit Toussaint Louverture’s Homeland

January 30, 2018
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Pope Francis to Visit Toussaint Louverture’s Homeland

Port-au-Prince, Jan 30 (Prensa Latina) After four days of an official visit to Italy, where he met with Pope Francis, President Juvenel Moise announced the visit of the Supreme Pontiff to Haiti, at a date is still to be set, it was reported here. ‘The last visit by a Pope to Haiti dates from...
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US Sen. Elizabeth Warren plans to bring Haitian immigrant Jean Bradley Derenoncourt as guest to State of the Union

January 29, 2018
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US Sen. Elizabeth Warren plans to bring Haitian immigrant Jean Bradley Derenoncourt as guest to State of the Union

By Gintautas Dumcius gdumcius@masslive.com Jean Bradley Derenoncourt, a Haitian-American man and a Brockton city councilor at-large, is joining US Sen. Elizabeth Warren as her guest at President Donald Trump’s first State of the Union. “I’m honored that Jean Bradley will be my guest for the State of the Union. His story embodies American values...
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South Florida Rep. Frederica Wilson to Skip State of The Union Address Tuesday

January 29, 2018
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South Florida Rep. Frederica Wilson to Skip State of The Union Address Tuesday

(WTVJ) – As a number of Congressional members and other government officials have said they will not attend President Trump’s first State of the Union address on Tuesday, one South Florida representative who has publicly feuded with Trump is adding her name to the list. Rep. Frederica Wilson, in an interview with CNN on...
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Hunger continues to intensify in conflict zones, UN agencies report to Security Council

January 29, 2018
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Hunger continues to intensify in conflict zones, UN agencies report to Security Council

A mother, displaced with her family, feeds her 18-month-old daughter at a shelter in a village rural Damascus. (file) Photo: WFP/Abeer Etefa Print 29 January 2018 – Food insecurity – or lack of access to enough food – continues to worsen in places torn by conflict, United Nations agencies reported Monday, listing Yemen, South...
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Canada upset by Haiti, fails to advance to FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup

January 28, 2018
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Canada upset by Haiti, fails to advance to FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup

COUVA, Trinidad — Canada has failed to qualify for the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup, upset 1-0 by Haiti in the third-place game Sunday at the CONCACAF Women’s Under-20 Championship. Sherly Jeudy scored in the 18th minute with a high shot that beat goalkeeper Rylee Foster after a Nerilia Mondesir through ball split the...
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A FIRST!!! PRESIDENT MOISE ATTACKS PREVENTATIVE DETENTION OUTRAGE!! WILL HE CUT THE GORDIAN KNOT?

January 28, 2018
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A FIRST!!! PRESIDENT MOISE ATTACKS PREVENTATIVE DETENTION OUTRAGE!! WILL HE CUT THE GORDIAN KNOT?

A FIRST!!! PRESIDENT MOISE ATTACKS PREVENTATIVE DETENTION OUTRAGE!! WILL HE CUT THE GORDIAN KNOT? Jan 28 2018 Four previous Presidencies were asked to resolve the PREVENTATIVE DETENTION outrage, and none took any action other than to launch a few convoluted commissions that never arrived at a destination.. PRESIDENT JOVENEL MOISE IS THE FIRST TO...
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The Digicel Foundation inaugurates its 174th school

January 28, 2018
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The Digicel Foundation inaugurates its 174th school

Haiti Libre: The Digicel Haiti Foundation this week opened the PJ Mara de Jolivert National School located in the commune of Bassin Bleu in the Northwest department. Mr. Denis O’Brien, founder of the Digicel Foundation, was in attendance along with a delegation from Ireland and numerous local authorities including the Departmental Director of National...
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Can vodou succeed where Western medicine fails? My journey to Haiti in search of a cure for chronic pain

January 28, 2018
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Can vodou succeed where Western medicine fails? My journey to Haiti in search of a cure for chronic pain

independent.co.uk In May 2012, I had an accident at work. Not a bad accident, mind – the most mediocre one you can imagine. I reached for a cup of coffee, something in my neck slipped and nicked a nerve (at least that’s the theory), and just like that, I was plunged into the world...
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Bill Maher: Trump ‘loves to pick fights with black people’

January 27, 2018
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Bill Maher: Trump ‘loves to pick fights with black people’

President Donald Trump has said more than once that he is “the least racist person you have ever met.” If that’s true, Bill Maher needs something explained. “If Donald Trump keeps insisting that he’s the least racist person anyone has ever met, he has to explain why the single most consistent thing in his...
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In Honor of His Father, Cliff Avril Is Building Schools in Haiti

January 27, 2018
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In Honor of His Father, Cliff Avril Is Building Schools in Haiti

Cliff Avril Family Foundation Quickly Inspired by his Haitian dad’s faith in the value of education, the longtime NFL defensive end has built three schools for more than 500 kids in the village of La Chanm (with an assist from Marshawn Lynch and Michael Bennett) By Kalyn Kahler January 26, 2018 Cliff Avril always...
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Conan O’Brien explains to CNN how hard it is to make jokes in ‘absurd’ Trump era

January 27, 2018
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Conan O’Brien explains to CNN how hard it is to make jokes in ‘absurd’ Trump era

CNN’s Jake Tapper had Conan O’Brien on his afternoon show Friday, where the late night comedian discussed the struggle of making comedy happen in the age of President Trump. After conversing about O’Brien’s recent trip to Haiti, planned and made after Trump reportedly made disparaging comments about Haiti and other countries, Tapper asked what...
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