After Charles Taylor, Justice for Haiti?

Agent-x - April 28 2012, 11:36 PM

Warning the true axis of evil want to persecute our modern Toussaint L'Ouverture embodied in Jean Bertrand Aristide to stop him from usher Haiti in the highway of progress, to restore the glory of the Haitian Empire and the Haitian dignity.

Aristide is not subject to any foreign kangaroo court for persecution disguised in prosecution of trumped-up criminal charges.

It is the same axis of evil that continues to shield their coll war era criminal by proxy such ad the Duvalier regime that killed over 100,000 Haitians and caused over three and half millions Haitians to leave Haiti to leave on the true axis of evil territories like pariahs, denuded of their dignity and subject to the caprices of those evildoers.

According to Huffington Post article by Michael Deibert, The conviction today by the International Criminal Court (ICC) of former Liberian president Charles Taylor for aiding and abetting war crimes committed in neighboring Sierra Leone -- the first such conviction of a former head of state -- is a welcome development for those seeking to hold politicians accountable for their crimes.

Coming as it does on the heels of the conviction earlier this year of former Democratic Republic of Congo militia leader Thomas Lubanga for war crimes, the Taylor conviction represents a welcome completion of one of the ICC's missions.

To those of us who have seen the political convulsions of the Caribbean nation of Haiti first-hand over the years, the country makes a compelling case for attention by the ICC as perpetrators of human rights abuses often go unpunished or are even rehabilitated in subsequent governments.

Two of Haiti's former rulers, Jean-Claude Duvalier and Jean-Bertrand Aristide, returned to the country from exile early last year, and both stand accused of gross human rights abuses
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