November 23, 2016
JOVENEL MOISE 57.09% – JUDE CELESTIN – 29.48% – MOISE J. CHARLES 8.22% – MARYSE NARCISSE 3.59% – EDMONDE SUPPLICE & JEAN HENRY CEANT NEXT TO ZERO.
These are the trending results of what was the best electoral process in Haiti’s short history of Democratic elections.
And they are close to those obtained in the October 2015 ballot that ws derailed, after the International Community said it was up to international standards, with a few errors, due to poorly trained staff members on the ground.
The same could be said about any election in the United States.
Unfortunately, the violent minority is allowed to control the game in Haiti.
Violence pressured the scene, in 1990, giving Aristide the Presidency with 67% out of a total 370,000 votes cast. The UN would expand this total, to avoid the reality of this farce. They claimed 1,600,000 voted. NOT TRUE!. And Aristide was declared President at 11 AM voting day, when Evans Paul put the Mob on the streets, threatening to burn Port-au-Prince.
Same approach was used in 1996 and again, when Rene Preval took the palace, after putting his Mob in the Montana Hotel, threatening the old, Burn down Port-au-Prince threat.
In 2000 Aristide’s violence was so extreme that the CEP chief had to flee the country, when he would not verify the results demanded by Aristide. The International Community withdrew its observers and Aristide held the Presidential ballot that saw him win 99.9% of the vote some say did not exceed 20,000 nationwide.
He really rivals the crazy in North Korea!
Aristide, and his Lavalas creation, have lost their original potency that gave him the Presidency in 1990.
We have now completed a good vote.
Jovenel Moise is by far the most popular candidate, throughout Haiti. He is probably the best qualified, to help the Nation out of its present difficulties. Jovenel will have a major focus on agriculture, an important but long ingorned sector of Haiti’s economy.
UNIBANK and SOGEBENK invest less that 2% of their assets in agriculture.
In 1986 Haiti was an exporter of food. Now we import over $1,000,000,000 of rice, thanks to Bill Clinton’s destruction of Haiti’s rice economy.
So with a split between Jovenel’s 57% and Aristide/Lavalas 3% why do we have a problem?
Our problem is a lack of a realistic community oriented force of law-and-order.
Aristide demonized and destroyed Haiti’s FAdH – Forces Armees d’Haiti to create the existing situation. He could never have survived, with them in place, as agreed under the Governor’s Island Agreement. Aristide recognized this and had Bill Clinton violate the Agreement, allowing Aristide’s removal of the FAdH.
The International Community thought the PNH would fill the space and trained many officers for this unit. Aristide then fired every foreign-trained police officer, replacing them with loyal Lavalas people.
The present Police Chief is a Lavalas militant.
We almost faced a melt-down, election day, when the PNH stood by, with a broken chain of command. Senior and intermediate officers had shut their phones off as Aristide moved to attack the community. There was no one to give orders so the lower ranks faded away.
Aristide now survives as an American creation.
They brought him back when South Africa evicted him and no other nation would accept Aristide.
He promised to stay out of politics and focus on education. Aristide has never kept a promise and the Americans know this.
With the Clintons, and their gang, in power, Aristide had insurance. He has dossiers on many, many, many Clinton people, having paid out millions in stolen Haitian funds, or sweetheart deals. So long as the Clintons were in power, Aristide believed he was fire-proof.
In fact, he was so sure of Hillary Clinton’s win that he made a move towards violence in Haiti in the belief his friend would enter the White House. He led the charge and now looks over his shoulder to see the band disappearing.
TRUMP IS THERE – A FRIGHTENING FIGURE FOR ARISTIDE!!!
Now is the time to finish Aristide off, once and for all.
Donald Trump is about to take over the White House. He has made many promises and already falters in keeping a few major ones, such as pursuing criminal investigations against the Clintons.
When he promised these, Haitians hoped for justice, Justice for the billions stolen from their Earthquake disaster.
As Trump loses focus, will he forget Haiti, so small an item on his plate.
Haiti is really running out of options.
Haiti needs help to preserve its electoral victory.
We cannot survive with Aristide free.
Even as you read this article, Aristide/Lavalas are threatening to burn downtown Port-au-Prince. Once started, the wave may sweep up the hill to Petion-Ville, always Aristide’s real target, a target where the wealthy business community lives and works.
There are many sealed indictments against this guy for cocaine trafficking. Open a few of these and take him to Miami for trail and the long jail term that must follow.
Haiti deserves a chance.
This small child deserves a future.
*Sur 5 departements, Sur 13151 voix*
Edmonde B. Supplice : 94
Jean Henry Ceant : 116
Maryse Narcisse : 473 (3.59%)
Moise J. Charles 1082 (8.22%)
Jude Celestin : 3877 (29.48%)
Jovenel Moise : 7509 (57.09%)