What The FAITHFUL have said for the record about their BELIEFS on Aristide and the apocalyptic dangers of his second coming
1) A DEVOTED DIPLOMAT SHARES HIS PRECIOUS & DEEP “HOPES”
Claude Boucher, Canada's Ambassador to Haiti, told the Inter-Parliamentary Forum of the Americas on Dec. 9, 2004: "We hope that Aristide is going to disappear... I believe that he should never come back. [...]We HOPE [an enquiry into alleged corruption by the Aristide government] will show Aristide is guilty of so many criminal actions."
2) WARNING FROM ONE WHO POSSESSES SPECIAL POWERS TO SEE ACROSS THE SEAS
''We believe that his people are receiving instructions directly from his voice and indirectly through his acolytes that communicate with him personally in South Africa,'' said Roger Noriega, assistant secretary of state for the Western Hemisphere. Miami Herald, June 2005
Read more: http://www.haitiaction.net/News/HLL/6_24_5.html
3) THE CRUCIAL VALUE OF STRONG STRONG rumours
“In September 2004, Vancouver-based journalist Anthony Fenton questioned former Liberal Minister for La Francophonie, Denis Paradis, about the justification for Canada's participation in the 2004 coup in Haiti, Mr. Paradis is quoted as follows: "What I'm saying is that there were strong, strong rumours that Aristide had diverted a lot of millions of dollars outside the country, and I think it's a crime to do that in a country poor like Haiti".
(take home lesson: it’s ok for it to be mere rumour, as long as it is “doubly strong”!)
Read more: Please Fix Canada's Policy Towards Haiti, May 2006
4) DON'T BELIEVE YOUR OWN EYES, TRUST WHAT THE MULET TELLS YOU - Blan an di ou mouri....!
"[Demonstrations demanding the return of president Aristide] became 3,000 and the last ones maybe 75...50 people. So I see that this issue of former President Aristide is not present anymore in the political sphere in Haiti anymore, and his movement - familia Lavalas - is very much divided, weakened." Mulet made his comments during a roundtable forum sponsored by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) this past January 31 (2007) in Washington D.C.
Read more: http://haitiaction.net/News/HIP/2_9_7/2_9_7.htmlhttp://www.haitiaction.net/News/HIP/7_19_7/7_19_7.html
5) THE MODERN-DAY MISSIONARIES PREDICT THE FUTURE & TELL US: "BEWARE THE GILDED AFRICAN!"
in "Why Aristide Shouldn't Be Allowed Into Haiti" By Tim Padgett, Time Magazine, Friday, Jan. 21, 2011
“here's the most likely scenario: After touching down in Port-au-Prince, he'd be met by an adoring throng shouting "Titid!" and paraded through the streets in messianic fashion before declaring his desire to be President of Haiti again, because that's obviously what the people want...
...But right now, like Baby Doc, Titid would just be another troublesome piece of rubble the country needs to shovel away before it can rebuild itself".
Read more: http://www.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,2043829,00.html#ixzz1HKqM1Lqc
BTW: Guess who has been busy tweeting in the Canadian Parliament about the return of Aristide? Indeed, Denis Coderre, Pierre Pettigrew's buddy, who often attempts to deride pro-democracy, anti-coup demonstrators as a small group of "Aristidians" (see "l'impunite de l'homme blanc en Haiti" par Emmanuel Dupont http://www.ababord.org/spip.php?article452 ) Go see for yourself what Coderre has to say: Oh boy! http://beta.tweetcommons.com/tweets/DenisCoderre/409592
There is a French saying "Le ciel nous est tombé sur la terre" (the sky fell over our heads)....this is the least that was expected to happen as the stubborn South-Africans returned the omnipotent little priest with supernatural powers enabling him to manipulate large crowds (of fifty or less) by remote control across the oceans.... but, so far Wyclef seems to provide the best entertainment in town - What's up with that Titid? You are already causing trouble, making us doubt what the Mistral know-it-all says.
You bad Titid! Your return has been a huge disappointment. First, there was only a "small but enthusiastic" crowd to greet you - which reminds me of a similar description for the million strong (according to them who know not how to count) among whom I stood January 1, 2004 - but, what's more, Mulet's 50 persons have not caused any apocalypse.
I know, as a good obedient one who attended school with the Freres de l'instruction chrétienne, I must not believe what I see. So, I pay no mind to the videos and pictures - Unlike you Titid, I want to be a man of faith when I grow up. And so, I hereby profess and reaffirm my faith in the Almighty Mulet who, for now, is the uncontested King of Lagonave and all of the surrounding mainlands of the western side of the island of Hispanola.
Non sèlman mwen jete m, mwen rejete!
"Depi nan Ginen bon Nèg ap ede Nèg!"
(Brotherhood is as Ancient as Motherland Africa)