Problem is, this is all symbolic because nothing good for...

Tiba - January 8 2011, 8:08 AM

Problem is, this is all symbolic because nothing good for Haiti will never come out of it. In fact, I would bet my life on it that the White House was laughing at the Haitian delegation soon after everybody was gone and even make fun of them as usual.

I don't quite know why, but I have a gut feeling the White House is very happy Haiti has gotten to the level.

And now Washignton is aching for the Haitians to burn Preval alive so that there could be a reason for another American occupation in Haiti as it was in 1915 when Haitians had decapitated Vilbrun Guillaume Sam in the National Palace.

History is about to repeat itself.

This is a "deja vu" all over again.

In any event, it has become clear that Haitians are not really in control of their own destiny/fate have and they have never been in charge of their own country.

The United States has always been in full control of Haitian destiny/fate and the one in charge in Haiti.

The US call the shots.

US selects whomever they want to be president in Haiti.

Haitians never had the privilege nor the rights to elect their own leaders.

It is all decided and selected for them by the United States of America.

And this is what Haitians are fighting for this time around.

They want to be in control of their own destiny, in charge of their own country by electing their own leaders.

There was a time when Haitians were loaded with strong back bones, but not anymore.

Could it be perhaps they've been fighting too long for their own survival so they're ron out, and therefore, gave up?

History tells us about a very brave courageous leader at the time of the Haitian Revolution in the 1700s, Toussaint Louverture.

The French general, Lecler, had arrived at the bay of Cap-Haitian to recapture the city.

And the young, brave, and courageous general Toussaint Louverture sent a clear and decisive message to the French general that read like this "You will recapture the city only when it reduces into ashes, and even on the ashes I will keep fighting you." Lecler had no choice but to get his naval fleet turn around and sailed back to France where he came from.

There are no leaders of such calliber left in Haitian society capable to stand up to the master with so much pride and courage.

The so-called Haitian leaders of the past 2 generations are always on a negotiating mode with the master on Haiti's fate. It is now all about the bottom line.

The so-called Haitian leaders of today will do anything to bring their country, Haiti, down and kill their fellow citizens as long as the price is right.

Look at Preval, he stole millions from the people while keep them in abject poverty, creating them chaos, havoc, grief, mayhem, and finally brought the entire country down to its knees.


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