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 NOU PAP OBEYI ap fe CHEMEN l

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MessageSujet: NOU PAP OBEYI ap fe CHEMEN l   Mer 29 Juin 2016 - 20:59

Slogan sa a "NOU PA P OBEYI" ap vin tankou SLOGAN MANDELA a" AMANDLA" lan mitan DESANDAN AFRIKEN lan AMERIK lan.

Yo di yo ak PEP AYISYEN an ,pou yo PA OBEYI:




NOU PAP OBEYI - Defying the international voter fix and forging unity and solidarity with Haiti by Malaika Kambon





On May 30, 2016, the chains of re-colonization and enslavement of foreign invaders were dealt another hammer blow.

Despite international pressure and threats to validate fraudulent presidential and parliamentary elections held in Haiti on August 9 and October 25, 2015, the official verification commission, fueled by the people's will, found these elections to be fraudulent and recommended that the presidential elections of October 25, 2015 be annulled.

This is one more giant step toward kicking foreign invaders out of Haiti and returning her sovereignty to its people.

"The verification commission looking into the fraudulent legislative and presidential elections published its findings on May 30, 2015," said the Haiti Action Committee. "Only 1% of the 3235 election records examined were found to be legitimate and acceptable; 99% were found to be illegitimate and fraudulent. These records were examined in the presence of political parties, local and international observers. The commission has recommended that the presidential elections be annulled.”

As the contents of the entire report filed by the verification commission become known pro-democracy activists expect that more of the ongoing criminal conspiracy being perpetrated by the coterie of international soup that occupies Haiti will be revealed.

For that is what a set of fraudulent actions this large is - treason, a criminal conspiracy, designed by high ranking officials in Haiti and internationally to rob an Afrikan-Caribbean country of its sovereignty via a massive fix on its democratic processes.

Apparently, the puppet Martelly, who according to activists did nothing on the world stage without the sanction of former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, tried to impose puppets of his choice onto the Haitian political landscape when he could not run for office again. He failed, and the phony election montage of the international cabal of the U.S., France, Canada, the OAS, the UN, and the European Union that supports him is being dismantled - a piece at a time.

Rocking international solidarity and unity with Haiti, on May 27, 2016 a strong, vocal, and vibrant "Day of Action for Haiti" picket line at Oakland's Ronald V Dellums federal building reminded the world that Afrikan lives indeed do matter and that one of the foremost reasons that this is so is because of the strength of the liberation struggles of the Haitian people against foreign domination and for dignity, sovereignty and freedom.

People came to the picket line from their jobs, their schools, and their communities to stand strong and in solidarity with Haiti and to say, “NOU PAP OBEYI!”

The picket line - one of several in a series of actions initiated by the Haiti Action Committee - was in response to the needs of the Haitian people, as well as being a part of the week long educational and inspiring ”Black Love Beyond Borders: A Week of International Solidarity,” from May 21 - 28, 2016.

Organized by the Haiti Action Committee, the Black Alliance for Just Immigration and the Black Lives Matter Bay Area Chapter, the May 27th picket line was held for two hours in front of the Ronald V Dellums Federal Building at 1301 Clay Street in Oakland to protest the U.S. government’s support for the fraudulent elections in Haiti, and to educate the people who gathered about the Haitian liberation struggle and current events in Haiti. For over a year, hundreds of organizations in Haiti have taken to the streets in massive numbers to accomplish the following important strategic objectives: (1) Stop the fraudulent presidential and legislative (s) elections process from being certified, and (2) Force tyrant, Duvalierist president Michel Martelly, selected and installed as Haitian president by former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in 2010 out of office.

These objectives are being achieved, but the fight is not over.

Braving assassinations, Guy Phillipe led paramilitaries, tear gas, beatings, police torture - a “terror apparatus” - hundreds of thousands of Haitians demanded the annulment of fraudulent elections, fueled by “zombie votes” that gave positions of leadership in legislative, parliamentary, municipal, and presidential races to hand picked candidates of Martelly.

Daily the people of Haiti battle against the U.S.-UN occupation attempts to exclude them from their own sovereignty. This used to be called apartheid in South Afrika. It is called Jim Crow here. It is a battle against white supremacy and imperialism. Every day community organizations of youth, women, men and other groups are coming together and standing against the criminal U.S. foreign policies directed against Haiti that were put in place since the founding of Haiti in 1804.

And each day more and more Afrikan people in the U.S. are in the streets. Every day community organizations of youth, women, men and other groups; as well as brothas and sistahs locked down in the hell holes of the global prison industrial complex are coming together, analyzing, and standing against the imperialism and white supremacist policies practiced in the U.S. and exported to Afrika, Asia, South America, the Philippines, the Caribbean and other lands.

From its location in the Caribbean, Haiti has had our back.

We have to have hers.

The late great Jamaican journalist, John Maxwell summarized it best: “Two hundred years ago Haitians “fought above their weight and won," abolishing slavery, destroying France's ambitions in the New World, doubling the size of the USA and above all, being the first nation anywhere to enshrine the rights of man, woman and child, the fundamental universal rights of human beings, in their Constitution”.

Haitian people have proven repeatedly that self-defense is a legitimate universal law. Civil disobedience is an accepted universal right when a people confronts an illegal regime. The right to an elected government is universally accepted as a way for people to protect its existence, and as such, they will not obey the laws instilled by foreign invasion, occupation, and domination.

“The struggle continues,” said the Haiti Action Committee. “Solidarity with the spirited, relentless resistance of the people of Haiti has brought about a victorious outcome," at this stage of Haiti's battle to regain her full sovereignty, dignity, and independence.”

Listening to several speakers and solidarity statements from different formations and countries, it is clear that struggling people globally will no longer accede to tyranny, illegitimate laws, and foreign domination.
From the Malcolm X Jazz Arts Festival to the African Liberation Day Celebrations; the teach-ins on the financial rip-off of Africa, Afro-Columbian struggles for land and livelihood; to the “Day of Action for Haiti, and the Afrikan Liberation Day celebrations, it was evident that the Oakland-Berkeley bay area and Haiti ROCKED with the kinds of events designed to build international solidarity, to continue to break the mental, informational, and physical chains of oppression, and to intensify global Afrikan and other Liberation struggles.

NOU PAP OBEYI! WE WILL NOT OBEY! It is now a global battle cry.

ALL POWER TO THE PEOPLE!


Solidarity speakers and organizations:
• Pierre Labossiere, co-founder of the Haiti Action Committee;
• Devonte Jackson, Bay Area Organizer for the Black Alliance for Just Immigration and Black Lives Matter, Bay Area Chapter
• Akubundu Amazu-Lott, from the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party
• Sanyika Bryant from the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement
• Dave [uWelsh from the San Francisco Labor Council
• ANSWER organization
• Katie from the International Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines, (ICHRP) independence movement
• Alice Loaiza, from Marcha Patriotica in Columbia;
• Frankie (who spoke holding her tiny infant) from Puerto Rico
Sponsoring Organizations:
• Haiti Action Committee
• All African Peoples Revolutionary Party
• Malcolm X Grassroots Organization
• Black Alliance for Just Immigration, Bay Area
• Black Lives Matter, Bay Area Chapter
• Priority Africa Network
• East Side Arts Alliance


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MessageSujet: Re: NOU PAP OBEYI ap fe CHEMEN l   Mer 29 Juin 2016 - 22:26

Bon bagay Joel .
Antouka pep la respekte mot dod la .
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MessageSujet: Re: NOU PAP OBEYI ap fe CHEMEN l   Jeu 30 Juin 2016 - 6:44

MAK;

ATIK sa a ORIJINE de kot LWES lan .Lan OKLAND,SAN FRANCISCO ,LOS ANGELES ,komite SOLIDARITE ak ARISTIDE ak FANMI LAVALAS FO anpil.
Mwen konn tande RADYO ann AYITI ki ap KESYONE ki SEKIRITE ARISTIDE ta genyen si l ta al fe KANPAY pou MARIZ NASIS.
EKSTREM DWAT lan ann AYITI ,se yon bann "CRAZIES" ;se ta denye MOUN pou yo ta atake an 2016 ,se ARISTIDE.

Le JACOB ZUMA te deside pou kite ARISTIDE tounen e ke OBAMA te rele misye pou di l kenbe ARISTIDE lan AFRIK DI SID toujou.

Misye te BRAV ,men li te gen PRESYON lan men KOMITE SOLIDARITE yo tou.
Le 4 MAS 2011,men sa ki te paret sou SIT ENTENET RAINBOWPUSH ,Oganizasyon JESSE JACKSON lan.
Wa we PETISYON an ki te pibliye sou GWO JOUNAL sou ENTENET lan ki rele HUFFINGTON POST ,gen SIYATI PE,MONSEYE,PASTE PWOTESTAN ,PASTE ANGLIKAN ,IMAM,RABEN JWIF elt.
Yo rele ARISTID FRE yo ,e yo di ke se pou MISYE tounen AYITI pou l kontinye LIT pou EMANSIPASYON MAS yo:

http://rainbowpush.org/news/single/an_open_letter_to_our_brother_president_jean-bertrand_aristide

Men ki jan PETISYON an te paret sou HUFFINGTON POST ,le 5 MAS 2011 ,2 SEMENN anvan li te retounen.
NEG yo rele ARISTIDE lan pa PITIMI SAN GADO non!





AN OPEN LETTER TO OUR BROTHER, PRESIDENT JEAN-BERTRAND ARISTIDE

Huffington Post, March 5, 2011

To Our Brother, President Jean-Bertrand Aristide:


We wish to extend to you our full support for your return to your beloved homeland, Haiti.

As people of faith, we know that the road to democracy and justice is not an easy one. These years of enforced exile have been painful – not only for you and your family, but for the people of Haiti. We join the call from all over the world for this exile to end.

The poor of Haiti, those you have represented with such tenacity and dignity over all these years, continue to demand your presence. We hear their voices and we join their call.

In the strongest terms, we urge the United States government to cease its opposition to your return. There can be no democratic development while a democratically elected leader is banished. And there can be no true reconstruction without the participation of the majority of Haiti’s people.

In the aftermath of the terrible earthquake of 2010, your return will provide hope and lift spirits. Please know that when you get to Haiti, we will be there with you.

You are in our hearts and in our prayers.

Rev. Jesse L. Jackson, Sr.

Bishop Thomas Gumbleton, Archdiocese of Detroit

Rev. Phil Lawson, Interfaith Program Director, East Bay Housing Organizations

Rev. C.T. Vivian, Civil Rights Activist, Atlanta, GA

Rev. Sir John Alleyne, Church of England, UK

Dr. Amer Araim, Dar-ul-Islam Mosque, Concord CA

Father Roy Bourgeois, Founder, SOA Watch

Kathy Boylan, Catholic Worker, Washington, D.C.

Rev. Dr. Lorenzo Carlisle, Pastor, Faith Healing Prayer Deliverance Christian Center, Oakland, California

Rabbi David J. Cooper & Rabbi Burt Jacobson

Kehilla Community Synagogue*, Oakland California

Sister Maureen Duignan, OSF, Executive Director, East Bay Sanctuary Covenant

Father Renaud Francois, Montreal, Canada

Sister Stella Goodpasture, OP, Justice Promoter, Dominican Sisters of Mission San Jose

Dr. Jacqueline Grant, Womanist and Director of Systematic Theology, Interdenominational Theological Center, Atlanta, GA

Rev. Graylan Scott Hagler, Senior Pastor, Plymouth Congregational United Church of Christ, Washington, D.C. and National President, Ministers for Racial, Social and Economic Justice of the United Church of Christ

Father Lawrence Lucas, Our Lady of Lourdes, R.C. Church, Harlem, NY

Rev. Dr. Carolyn McCrary, Womanist and Director of Pastoral Care, Interdenominational Theological Center, Atlanta, GA

Rev. Paul Nicolson, Chair, Zacchaeus 2000, UK

Dr. Itihari Ture, Director of Center for African Biblical Studies, DeKalb County, GA

Mama Zogbe, Chief Priestess, Mami Wata Healers Society of North America

Mamissii Makena Zannu, Priestess, Mami Wata Healers Society

Reverend Doctor Nozomi Ikuta, Interfaith Prisoners of Conscience Project

*for identification purposes only

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MessageSujet: Re: NOU PAP OBEYI ap fe CHEMEN l   Ven 1 Juil 2016 - 6:55

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ATIK "NOU PAP OBEYI" an se sou SIT "HAITI ACTION COMMITTEE" ki baze lan OAKLAND-CALIFORNIA ke mwen te pran l:

http://haitisolidarity.net/article.php?id=662
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MessageSujet: Re: NOU PAP OBEYI ap fe CHEMEN l   Ven 1 Juil 2016 - 11:00

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