WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU PLAN A DEMONSTRATION AND NO ONE SHOWS UP – NOT EVEN THE BANDS? – EVEN THOUGH THEY WERE ALL PAID!!!

November 26, 2015
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November 26, 2015  3:30 P.M.

The demonstrators were supposed to gather at the starting point around 1 A.M. At 1 P.M. there was still  no one, not even the RaRa Bands the Celestin – Moise Jean-Charles, Narcisse/Aristide representatives had paid.

Sort of like the sound “of one hand clapping” …..  there wasn’t a glimmer. No one to march and break windows, steal merchandise, burn cars and tires, throw rocks…no one!

There is no such thing as a spontaneous demonstration in Haiti. The size of the crowd reflects the budget involved. However, in this case, he massive budget activated, to pay, and feed a mob, was totally wasted.

People took the Money.

They ate the food.

Then went home.

Nothing like the anti-Aristide mob that stretched from Petionville – to the sea!!

Many heard of the plan to use terrorists in false PNH uniforms. Tis frightened them since the innocents would become the targets.

Celestin has little support, and never did.

The run-off election will demonstrate this.

Jovenel Moise will mop the floor with Jude.

Humiliating for Jude’s big ego!

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One Response to “ WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU PLAN A DEMONSTRATION AND NO ONE SHOWS UP – NOT EVEN THE BANDS? – EVEN THOUGH THEY WERE ALL PAID!!! ”

  1. helene daniel on November 27, 2015 at

    Vous recevez ce message parce que vous vous êtes inscrits auprès du MAECD à l’aide du système d’inscription des Canadiens à l’étranger. Nous vous saurions gré de bien vouloir faire part de l’information suivante à tous les citoyens canadiens se trouvant dans votre région.

    Une manifestation est prévue pour aujourd’hui le 27 novembre à Port-au-Prince. L’itinéraire proposé est le suivant :

     Point de rencontre: Église St-Jean Bosco
     La Saline
     Rue St-Martin
     Rue Dr. Aubry
     Rue des Césars
     Bel Air
     Rue Macajoux
     Rue St-Come
     Morne Lavoix
     Delmas 2
     AutoRoute de Delmas
     Rue Rigaud
     Place Boyer
     Rue Metellus
     Rue Chavannes
     Rue Faubert
     Rue Clerveaux
     Rue Rebecca
     Ave. Panamericaine
     Ave John Brown
     Lalue
     Ave Christophe
     Place de la Constitution pour aboutir devant la faculté d’Ethnologie

    Une autre manifestation dont l’itinéraire demeure inconnu est également prévue pour demain. Nous aimerions souligner que les manifestations des derniers jours furent marquées par certains actes de violence et qu’il est important de rester vigilant et conscient de votre environnement.
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    Dear Canadian,

    You are receiving this email because you are registered with the Government of Canada’s Registration of Canadians Abroad service. Please share the following important information with other Canadian citizens in your area.

    A demonstration is planned for today November 27, 2015 in Port-au-Prince. The proposed route is as followed:

     Gathering point: St-Jean Bosco Church
     La Saline
     St-Martin Street
     Dr. Aubry Street
     Rue des Césars
     Bel Air
     Macajoux Street
     St-Come Street
     Morne Lavoix
     Delmas 2
     Delmas road
     Rigaud Street
     Place Boyer
     Metellus Street
     Chavannes Street
     Faubert Street
     Clerveaux Street
     Rebecca Street
     Panamericaine Ave
     John Brown Ave
     Lalue
     Ave Christophe
     Place de la Constitution to end in front of University of Ethnology

    Another demonstration whose route remains unknown is also scheduled for tomorrow. We would like to outline that the demonstrations in the last days were marked with acts of violence therefore it is important to remain vigilant and to be aware of your surroundings.
    Canadians should remain vigilant at all times, avoid all demonstrations and large gatherings, follow the advice of local authorities and monitor local media. We recommend, if possible, that Canadians get in touch with their emergency contacts in Canada to confirm their whereabouts and wellbeing, even if they have not been affected by this event.

    Be aware that changes could occur without notice; as such it is recommended to all Canadian citizens to avoid these sectors.

    If you have already left and are no longer in Haiti, please send an email to our Registration of Canadians Abroad email address at registration-inscription@international.gc.ca in order to end your registration in our system.

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    Canadian citizens requiring emergency consular assistance can contact the Embassy of Canada in Port-au-Prince (Haiti) at 2812-9000 or prncecs@international.gc.ca

    For emergency assistance after hours you may communicate with the Emergency Watch and Response Centre (EWRC) in Ottawa by calling the Embassy of Canada in Port-au-Prince and following the instructions. You may also reach the EWRC directly by dialing (collect where available), +1-613-996-8885 or by email at sos@international.gc.ca.

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