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MessageSujet: Brezilyen te vin lan Minista pou antrene eskadwon lanmò kont favela nèg pa yo   Ven 30 Nov 2018 - 0:37

General behind deadly Haiti raid takes aim at Brazil's gangs

Gabriel Stargardter


RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Thirteen years ago, a Brazilian general named Augusto Heleno led hundreds of United Nations troops into a Haitian slum to bring a powerful gangster to heel.


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FILE PHOTO: Brazilian General Augusto Heleno Periera (L) talks to the leader of a group of supporters of former Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide about the route they should take before a demonstration by several thousand Arsitide supporters held on March 29, 2005, the 18th anniversary of the country's constitution, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti REUTERS/Daniel Morel/File photo

Over the course of a seven-hour gun battle, the peacekeepers sprayed more than 22,000 bullets into the impoverished Port-au-Prince neighborhood of Cite Soleil. Their target, a warlord known as Dread Wilme, was killed.
The operation, dubbed “Iron Fist,” was the capstone of Heleno’s mission to restore order in Haiti after its president was ousted by insurgents. Heleno declared the raid a success.
But various human rights groups called it a “massacre,” alleging dozens of bystanders were killed in the crossfire, many of them women and children.
The episode, largely forgotten outside Haiti, may provide a road map for the security strategy of Brazil’s next president, far-right former army captain Jair Bolsonaro. He has tapped Heleno to be his top national security advisor and wants the former general and other ex-Haiti hands to tame Brazil’s favelas using methods employed in the slums of Port-au-Prince.
Brazil suffered a record 64,000 murders last year, the most in the world. Bolsonaro has promised no mercy for lawbreakers.

We are at war. Haiti was also at war,” Bolsonaro said in a recent TV interview. “(In Haiti), the rule was, you found an element with a firearm, you shoot, and then you see what happened. You solve the problem.”

Haiti looms large in Bolsonaro’s cabinet.
His proposed defense minister, former Gen. Fernando Azevedo e Silva, served there under Heleno as an operations chief. Bolsonaro’s incoming infrastructure minister, Tarcisio Freitas, was a senior U.N. military engineer in Haiti, arriving shortly after Heleno left in 2005.

Retired Gen. Carlos Alberto dos Santos Cruz, Brazil’s next government minister, led U.N. troops in the Caribbean nation in 2007.

Neither Heleno nor Azevedo e Silva responded to requests for comment about the Cite Soleil raid.

It remains to be seen just how heavy-handed Heleno’s approach might be in Brazil, particularly in crime-ridden Rio de Janeiro state. But other crackdowns there have not produced lasting results.

Those efforts include a massive security push in some of the city’s favelas ahead of the 2016 Olympic Games, and a more recent state-wide military intervention launched in February. In Rio state, violent deaths are up 1.3 percent during the first nine months of the latest occupation compared with the same period last year; the number of people killed by security forces jumped more than 40 percent, with about four people slain daily.

Rio’s current intervention is slated to finish just before Bolsonaro takes office on January 1. Neither Heleno nor Azevedo e Silva have ruled out extending it.

In recent weeks, Heleno has expressed support for a radical crime-fighting strategy promoted by Rio state’s incoming right-wing governor, Wilson Witzel. That plan would put snipers in helicopters to take out favela gangsters.

Heleno said in a recent radio interview that his rules of engagement in Haiti were similar to those proposed by Witzel, adding that key parts of the Rio military intervention “can serve as a model for the rest of the country.”

Those views alarm some members of the armed forces, who fear protracted urban warfare could sap troop morale and stoke public resentment against one of Brazil’s most respected institutions.

And some public safety experts worry Brazil’s new leaders will double down on a failed strategy.
“Rio is a laboratory which illustrates that these types of policies do not work,” said Ignacio Cano, a Rio de Janeiro State University professor who has written extensively on security issues.


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‘BULLETS FLEW THROUGH THE WALLS’
Reuters interviewed more than a dozen people with knowledge of the July 6, 2005 raid, including diplomats, NGO workers, Haitian officials and Cite Soleil residents. Reuters also reviewed U.N. reports, U.S. diplomatic cables released by Wikileaks, press articles and Heleno’s own words from the time.
Together, they paint a detailed picture of the pressures weighing on Heleno to get tough in Haiti.

Brazil assumed military control of the U.N.’s mission to stabilize Haiti, known as MINUSTAH, in mid-2004. Heleno, Brazil’s first MINUSTAH military commander, arrived shortly after the ouster and exile of then-President Jean-Bertrand Aristide.

The general was tasked with stabilizing the country to allow for peaceful elections.
Standing in his way were powerful criminal gangs operating violent kidnapping, carjacking and extortion rackets. As months passed, the United States, in particular, expressed impatience with Heleno’s progress.

“MINUSTAH has failed to establish security and stability here,” James B. Foley, then-U.S. ambassador to Haiti, wrote in a June 1, 2005 cable to Washington. “As much as we may pressure the UN and Brazilians to take the more forceful approach that is needed, I do not believe ultimately they will be up to the task.”

Five weeks later, Heleno ordered 440 U.N. troops, supported by 41 armored vehicles and helicopters, into Cite Soleil to detain Wilme, whom U.S. cables described as Haiti’s most powerful gangster.

Heleno’s team initially said Wilme and a few henchman had died, resulting in five or six fatalities tops, according to press accounts. But reports of civilian injuries and deaths quickly surfaced.

“We have credible information that U.N. troops, accompanied by Haitian police, killed an undetermined number of unarmed residents of Cite Soleil, including several babies and women,” Renan Hedouville, the head of a local nonprofit, Lawyers Committee for the Respect of Individual Rights, said.

The then-head of Medecins Sans Frontiers’ mission in Haiti told reporters that its doctors treated 27 people with gunshot wounds, most of them women and children.

U.S. diplomats also cast doubt on MINUSTAH’s version of events. A July 26, 2005 cable said “22,000 rounds is a large amount of ammunition to have killed only six people,” and noted some local human rights groups had put the estimated death toll as high as 70.

A spokesman for Haiti’s current government did not respond to a request for comment about the raid or the Brazilian leadership of MINUSTAH troops.

But some Cite Soleil residents cannot shake the memory of that day.
Street vendor Anol Pierre said she was at home when the firefight began.
“I hid under the bed with my children as the bullets flew through the walls,” she said. “We just prayed to Jesus. I remember a pregnant woman, with two kids, who died. Lots of families were victims.”

NO REGRETS
Juan Gabriel Valdes, MINUSTAH’s civilian chief in Haiti at the time, said Heleno’s soldiers were permitted by U.N peacekeeping rules to return fire after they came under attack. MINUSTAH said Cite Soleil remained so volatile that it was impossible to conduct a full investigation to ascertain the death toll.

Responding to allegations of excessive force, a U.N. Special Rapporteur asked MINUSTAH for clarification on what happened. The Rapporteur’s report found MINUSTAH’s explanation for its actions “largely satisfactory.”

Heleno expressed disdain for those who questioned his actions, according to Seth Donnelly, a human rights worker in Haiti at the time. In a written report about the assault, Donnelly said Heleno told him and his fellow activists that they “only seemed to care about the rights of the ‘outlaws.’”

Heleno’s views on public security have not softened since leaving Haiti. In 2008, while still in uniform, he publicly criticized Brazilian policies granting indigenous tribes autonomy over ancestral lands as a threat to national sovereignty.

When he retired in 2011, Heleno defended Brazil’s 1964-1985 military dictatorship as a bulwark against “the communization of the country.”

In a radio interview earlier this month, Heleno said human rights should be reserved for “righteous humans.” He said criminal gangs are transforming Brazil into a “narco country” and that aggressive measures must be employed to stop them.
“It is absurd to treat this as a normal situation,” he said. “It is an exceptional situation that requires exceptional treatment.”

Additional reporting by Robenson Sanon and Andres Martinez Casares in Port-au-Prince, Anthony Boadle in Brasilia and Michelle Nichols in New York; Editing by Marla Dickerson
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MessageSujet: Re: Brezilyen te vin lan Minista pou antrene eskadwon lanmò kont favela nèg pa yo   Ven 30 Nov 2018 - 5:38

Ayisyen ann AYITI yo si yo pa t rete lan SITE SOLEY,yo pa konnen konbyen MOUN ki te mouri lan MASAK SITE SOLEY yo.

Pi gwo ZAK  E BAGAY ki pi ENPOTAN ke advese LAVALAS ak ARISTID yo te akonpli ,se te pran KONTWOL PRES lan.

DRED VILME t ap kraze BOUNDA KOUDETAYIS yo si se pa t pou TROUP LONI yo.

Se bagay ki dokimante;VILME se te yon JENI lan OGANIZASYON ak REZISTANS.Li te JIRE DISET FWA SET FWA ke KOUDETAYIS yo pa t ap TRIYONFE.

LONI atake DRED VILME ann AVRIL 2005,misye te BLESE,malgre sa yo te kontinye PE misye.
Yo atake l anko an JIYE 2005 E se le sa a li te MOURI .

Se pou nou li KAB DEKLASIFYE ,ANBASADE AMERIKEN an JAMES B. FOLEY t ap voye bay DEPATMAN DETA an 2005.

Yo te PE seryezman ke de NEG tankou DRED VILME t ap defet KOUDETA a ,malgre TROUP LONI yo ki te sou TEREN.

Se REZON sa a yo te apwouve MASAK ENDISKRIMINE TROUP BREZILYEN yo t ap fe lan SITE SOLEY.

Epitou yo t ap di ke DRED VILME se te CHEF GANG.Li te CHEF GANG menm jan ke PERALTE se te yon BANDI jan AMERIKEN yo te konn rele l/

DRED VILME pa diferan de FRANCISCO CAAMANO an DOMINIKANI ki te refize aksepte KOUDETA kont JUAN BOSCH an 1963,64.
Gouvenman DOMINIKEN an Jodi an ,mete CAAMANO lan PANTEYON NASYONAL yo.

Sa a se yon DOSYE PASYEL ke PWOFESE YEARMAN (DU PAGE COLLEGE) te fe sou DRED VILME ak REZISTANS lan SITE SOLEY lan.
A dwat nou ka we kek DEPECH DEKLASIFYE ,Anbasad AMERIKEN an:

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MessageSujet: Re: Brezilyen te vin lan Minista pou antrene eskadwon lanmò kont favela nèg pa yo   Ven 30 Nov 2018 - 6:12


Dred Wilme se yon ewo nasyonal ke listwa gen pou rekonèt.
Li deja rete yon modèl pou patriyòt ki rete lan bidonvil yo.

Kanta twoup brezilyen yo. Nou te deja mansyonen lan epòk saa kijan yo te deja genyen eskadwon lanmò lan Rio ki te kon al fè lachas nèg nwa lan favela yo.
Kijan de kriminèl konsa ateri ann Ayiti pou vin retabli lapè.
Ki lapè?
Ayiti pat lan lagè jan Bolsonaro ap di.

Apre eksperyans Lula a, oligachi brezilyen an retounen lan diktati ane 60 yo.
Yo pi reyaksyonè pase salopri ann Ayiti yo paske yo genyen pouvwa ekonomik toutbon e yo pat janm tolere eksperyans Lula a ak Dilma.
Nèg yo tèlman touye moun ke youn lan jeneral brezilyen yo touye tèt li paske li te tèlman gen remò.

Pwoblèm nou, ayisien, nou pa pran evenman yo oserye e nou gen memwa kout.


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MessageSujet: Re: Brezilyen te vin lan Minista pou antrene eskadwon lanmò kont favela nèg pa yo   Ven 30 Nov 2018 - 6:30

Wi,pou nou pa bliye DRED VILME.

Sa a se yon ENTEVYOU li te bay RADIO LAKOUNOUYOK ,apre premye ATAK TROUP OKIPASYON yo ann AVRIL 2005.

http://lakounewyork.com/int%27wakdreadwilme.mp3

Kanta BOLSONARO ,wi TROUP BREZILYEN yo te kraze REBELYON lan SITE SOLEY lan ,paske yo te ka fe ATAK ENDISKRIMINE lan BIDONVIL SITE SOLEY yo,eske yo kapab fe sa lan FAVELA yo.
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