Beyond Politics

USA: George Bush (father) dead at 94

George H. W. Bush -  41st U.S. President We have just learned that former US President George H. W. Bush (Bush father), the 41st president of the United States, has died at the age of 94 years old. more »

Haitian Journalists warn about fellow journalists misinforming the population on purpose

TELEDJOL - The Grapevine Adding More Chaos To Haiti Some respected journalists in a few radio stations in Haiti are warning the population about other radio stations in the capital Port-au-Prince who are literally misinforming the population to spread terror and panic simply because the journalist or the media's owner is in opposition against the current government. more »

The type of hate revolution Moise Jean-Charles is preaching in Haiti is old fashioned and outdated, journalist said

Moise Jean Charles wants President Jovenel Moise to Rache his Manyok Haitian journalist Guerrier Henri said he did not recognize opposition leader Moise Jean-Charles in his recent interview to radio SCOOP FM where he was litteraly giving a hate speech against the Haitian government. Moise Jean-Charles has a very violent "kraze brize" speech and it will not be tolerated, he said. more »

Haiti high ranking officials more interested in personal gain than providing service to the people

High ranking officials in Haiti line up at the airport to greet President Jovenel Moise arriving from the UN General Assembly One of the biggest problems that exist in Haiti is with all these high ranking government officials who are getting paid and giving nothing back in terms of service. In Haiti, when you play someone to provide a service to the population there are more interested in providing themselves with comfort and money and anything else. more »

10 ways Twitter, Facebook and YouTube have changed American politics

VIRAL Haitian Art: Martin Luther King tells President Donald Trump to Shut UP The use of social media in politics including Twitter, Facebook and YouTube has dramatically changed the way campaigns are run and how Americans interact with their elected officials. more »

Social Media plays a big role in Haitian Politics these days, politicians fear the 'reseaux sociaux'

Social Media Effects On Haitian Politics These days in Haiti, there's not a day that goes by that Haitian journalists do not mention what is happening 'sou Rezo Sosyo yo', how hot topics being discussed by Haitians on social media is impacting politics in Haiti. more »

Haiti's government and state officials are getting whooped by technology

Politisyen Haitien Se Demagog Nowadays, Any Haitian with a cheap smartphone can post anything he wants on the internet and send Haitian government and State officials and a panic attack. It's a fact... The Haitian government and State officials are getting whooped by technology and they are too stupid to fight back. more »

Question: Can Haitian President Jovenel Moise Deliver on His Promises?

Haitian President Jovenel Moise visits an electrical substation in Tabarre President Jovenel Moise promised electricity 24/7, he promised to revamp agriculture in Haiti, he promised thousands of kilometers of paved roads before his term ends. Can the president deliver on all his promises? more »

Transparency International Haiti wants Haitians in power to reduce their lavish lifestyle

Transparency International - Haiti Transparency International, Haiti branch, has called on the executive and legislative powers to reduce their lifestyle. Haitian Senators and Deputes in Parliament and members of the government function well above the economic reality of the country with advantages and privileges that go beyond understanding. According to Marilyn Allien, this situation can weigh in the index of perception of corruption in Haiti. more »

Haiti's Government needs to do some serious spending cuts, and fast...

When the Haitian government suck the people dry While Haitian president Jovenel Moise is on a search for Haiti's next prime minister, the State of Haiti (l'Etat Haitien) has some serious issues to consider. One problem in particular is the level of spending happening inside government. State officials are living lavish lifestyles at the expense of taxpayers while the people are barely surviving and the people take notice. more »