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MessageSujet: Nasyonzini te toujou tolere britalite lan FADH epi PNH   Nasyonzini te toujou tolere britalite lan FADH epi PNH EmptyMer 28 Déc 2011 - 12:10

UN Enables Police Brutality in Haiti

Wednesday, 28 December 2011 02:18
by Samuel Maxime .. .PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (defend.ht) - As the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights points the finger at the Haitian National Police for brutality it is important to point out the level of culpability that the organization, itself, has in these cases.

Firstly, it should be noted to all that the United Nations and organizations of the like have been operating in Haiti since as early as 1954, coming in with humanitarian aid after Hurricane Hazel killed 1,000 people.

The international body’s arrival was near the tail end of Haiti’s last great president, Paul Eugene Magloire , Time Magazine’s cover story that February. And as the story went for former President Magloire:

In 1954, when Hurricane Hazel ravaged Haïti and relief funds were stolen, Magloire's popularity fell. In 1956 there was a dispute about when his presidency would end; he fled the country amid strikes and demonstrations. – Paul Magloire, Wikipedia
To make a long story short, following Magloire’s departure, Haiti went through four (4) heads of state for the next couple of years until finally, in 1957, stability came in the form of Francois “Papa Doc” Duvalier who established a brutal dictatorship that lasted three (3) decades. The United Nations was in Haiti through it all.

Enablers of Systematic Corruption
The level responsibility of the United Nations in the reported acts of abuse by the Haitian police is that they are enablers of these crimes; that are crimes against humanity.

Because, how is it that 48 hours after Transparency International ranks Haiti at the bottom in the Western Hemisphere in its annual Perception of Corruption Index (2011), that the United Nations, the World Bank and International Monetary Fund, all and more, resolve to disburse hundreds of millions of dollars to Haiti?

60 million for education, 50 million for roads, 70 million for agriculture and 75 million for the government budget are some examples of the headlines. These monies for projects are decided by, managed by and worked by UN personnel and Haitian institutions, members of the government, directors of departments, sit with idle hands; devil’s tools.

Today, about 99% of Haitian government officials, from the president of the republic to the local mayor have not declared their assets such as how many homes owned, businesses owned or dollars in bank accounts, within the 30-day period of taking office as mandated by Haitian law. Today, there are criminals coordinating Haiti’s elections, presidents that do not observe the Constitutional agreement they have with the people of Haiti and police officers who have to enforce the “rule of law” that is not consistent for all.

It is not to say that the United Nations is the root-cause of rampant corruption in Haiti, no, this is the fault of those individuals but if the United Nations and other such organizations are putting in hundreds of millions of dollars into the country, they must own some of the responsibility.

At the very least, these donors and long-time givers of "humanitarian" aid own the responsibility of ensuring that the men and women of the government of Haiti are abiding by the contract that they have with the people of Haiti.

Since 1954, the United Nations and others have not owned up to that and for this reason, they are enablers of systematic corruption in Haiti and what transpires from it.

The Police, Always Stuck in the Middle
The enablers of corruption in Haiti are now going after police officers, men and women who signed up to enforce the law in a country where the highest authorities break the law everyday and are rewarded for it. The police in Haiti are under-paid, out-manned, insufficiently armed and are constantly subject to manipulation by corrupt individuals in the Haitian government.

It is unjust to start looking for justice at the level of the Haitian police, men and women who walk among the population every day, have kids that attend the same schools as the rest of the population and see, for themselves, every day what is going on in Haiti. It would be unjust.

The United Nations needs to start demanding transparency and accountability for its aid and support to Haiti. If transparency and accountability cannot be attained by the UN, then don’t give the aid because it undermines the work of good Haitians that are trying to fix the problem.

Today, it is not known where dollars are going, where they are coming from, what projects are being completed and how efficient were they executed, if at all. And there is more, much much more, along those lines that can be said about this.

The Haitian police are just law enforcement officers working under the most extreme conditions but this article should not be construed as a pass for those who have committed any such abuse against citizens. It is an indictment against the United Nations for negligence, criminal association, accessory, racketeering, and among many other things bribery…

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The General Secretaries of the United Nations are corrupt individuals who give the monies to these corrupt haitians.Right now the people of haiti are criticising the way the monies are spent.Bill Clinton should publish a report to show the international community what has been done with the billions of dollars given to haiti.President Carter is right when he asked:Where are the houses that are buildt for the poors?In a country where an epidemy of cholera is killing thousands of haitians ,there are doctors who are unemployed because of a lack of money in the budget of the health Ministry ,according to the general director of this ministery.

The Principals of the public schools are complaining of a lack of resources to educate the thousands of new pupils in their schools. How many new schools did the CIRH build in haiti after the earthquake?How many new professors did the government hire?How do they expect the teachers to educate these children if they don't have the resources necessary?

The PNH is not adequately equiped to protect the populatoon.The police officers are complaining for lack of munitions and the meager salary they receive.In some districts they police cars can not patrol the streets because of a lack of gasoline.How does the government expect a police officer to do his or her job if he or she can not even feed his/her family?However ,the President wants to reestablish the Armed forces of haiti.What Armed forces is he talking about?A country which can not equip a police force can have armed forces?

Nothing is done in the country to alleviate the sufferings of the poors .However ,we read from time to time that more than half of the trillion of dollars promised by the international community has already being disbursed.Where was the money spent,Mssrs Clinton,Preval and Bellerive?We know the haitian Congress doesn't have the authority to subpoena President Clinton ,but the Senators should call President Preval and Prime Minister Bellerive to ask them what they do with the billions of dollars they received from the international community.Corruption will not cease in haiti as long as those who stole the funds of the internatinal aid and the financial resources of the country are not punished for their crimes.It is hypocritical to punish the police officers while those who were and are in charge of the country are not persecuted for their crimes.
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MessageSujet: Depi nan Guinen, Blan Te Toujou Tolere Komander Bat Neg Parey Yo!   Nasyonzini te toujou tolere britalite lan FADH epi PNH EmptyMer 28 Déc 2011 - 17:57

Tolerans sa pa yon simp koesidans!
Listwa ap repete anko!!
Nan tan lontan, blan yo te toujou tolere “komander yo kap vide makak , rasso, riguaz nan boudha neg esklav.
Blan yo remake ke le se neg kap bat ti neg paray yo, ti neg pa plenyen!!

Tolerans sa pa yon simp koesidans! Bagay yo pral chanje pou mete prezans MINUSTAH nan yon kontex istorik.

Olye ke MINUSTAH gen solda Brezilyen ak Argenten, yo pral voye neg parey nou kap soti nan peyi kankou, Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Republic of the Cote d'Ivoire, Djibouti, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Guinea, Madagascar, Mali, Niger , Rwanda, Senegal, Togo. Si sa fet Tolerans!! Nou fek kare we tolerans!


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Rwanda: 160 Police Officers Depart for Haiti
Frank Kanyesigye
27 December 2011
A contingent of 160 police officers under the Formed Protection Unit (FPU) last evening departed for Haiti to serve under the UN Mission for Stabilization in Haiti (MINUSTAH). The officers left Kanombe International Airport at about 10:00 pm aboard RwandAir, the national carrier.

They will replace the first contingent of another 160 officers deployed in Haiti nine months ago, whose mission has ended. The mission in Haiti serves as a protection force for the UN staffs, crowd control and help in aid distribution in internally displaced camps.

The officers who will be deployed in Jérémie Town, South of Haiti, and will be under the command of Chief Superintendent, Toussaint Muzezayo. Those to be replaced are scheduled to arrive on December 31. FPUs, among others, provide humanitarian assistance, conduct patrols and guard VIPs and key installations.

Currently, there are 416 police officers on mission in Sudan, Liberia, Ivory Coast and Haiti.
http://allafrica.com/stories/201112270737.html
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Revelasyon, kôm ou renmen fè analiz,
èske w ka eksplike poukisa Loni ap voye 160 ofisye Rwandè lan Jeremi?

Mwen se moun Lagrandans e mwen konn Jeremi ak majorite moun enpôtan lan vil lan.
Lontan, te genyen yon ganizon Lame Dayiti ki te pa t menm gen 50 solda ak jandam.

Pa t gen okenn krim ki te fèt apa lougawou ki ta p manje moun dapre sa yo te konn di.
Mwen kwè Wozo kapab bay plis enfômasyon sou sa paske li konn Jeremi tou.

160 rwandè sayo se ajoute yo pral ajoute sou lôt kontenjan Minista ki deja lan bouk la.

Ayiti pa gen gè sivil, ni revolisyon, ni dezôd ôganize.
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Sasaye mande: èske w ka eksplike poukisa Loni ap voye 160 ofisye Rwandè lan Jeremi?
160 rwandè sayo se ajoute yo pral ajoute sou lôt kontenjan Minista ki deja lan bouk la.
Mwen pa konnen feuille de route solda sa yo a pa de sa ke yo di ke yo pral fe nan quote saa. Kom nap pale de britalite, sak britalite pou yon se yon normalite pou yon lot. Blan toujou sitire "Komander" Pou eviter tout akizasyon ak pale anpil, pral gen plis kontenjan solda francophone kom majorite nan troup MINISTAH pou evite problem kominikasyon ak akizasyon de britalire.
Se sa ke yo di.

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The officers who will be deployed in Jérémie Town, South of Haiti, and will be under the command of Chief Superintendent, Toussaint Muzezayo. Those to be replaced are scheduled to arrive on December 31. FPUs, among others, provide humanitarian assistance, conduct patrols and guard VIPs and key installations.

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Sasaye di:Mwen se moun Lagrandans e mwen konn Jeremi ak majorite moun enpôtan lan vil lan.
Manman'm se moun Jeremie (Latiboliere) an deho.
Nou pat pase tan anba la ville pou fe konessans ak notwa e moun impotan, men sepandan fok nou kale je nou pou nou pa di ke nou pa la, pat tande, e pat we.
Sa mesye sa yo vinn fe nan peyi a kap pi gran passe nou.
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MessageSujet: Re: Nasyonzini te toujou tolere britalite lan FADH epi PNH   Nasyonzini te toujou tolere britalite lan FADH epi PNH EmptyMer 28 Déc 2011 - 22:17

se paske gouvenman ki la se yon gouvenman GNBIS ki konnen san yon lame kraze zo ou byen Minustah li ka pa ka rete paske li pa genyen legitimite.Men si se te yon gouvenman ke pep la eli ki sa nou ta beswen se polisye ki ap soti jis Rwanda pou vinn siveye ayisyen.piga gNBIS vinn pale ke ayiti beswen fos Minustah.se fout manti, ayiti pa genyen plis kidnaping ,ni krim ni drog ke Eta Zuni poukisa LONU pa mete yon fos o Zeta Zuni tou?Si martelly se te moun ki te genyen karaktè fok li ta di Sekeretè jeneral LONU nou pa beswen fos saa ankor an ayiti. apre sak pase ak kolera.Men non kom malpouwont li pito ap chache tout eskiz pou yo rete pase li konen se Mulet la ak hillary Clinton ak preval ak Dorsainvil ki metel kote li ye la jodya,.li pito ke peyi rete sel peyi nan amerik la ki okipe o lye li mande bann ki moun poul retire twoup sa yo an ayiti.

zafè MINUSTAH saa se yon bizniss li ye.se pa anyen yap regle an ayiti.se yon bann jandam prison ki la pou kenbe ayisyen nan prison,nan esklavaj modern lan.Yo ranplase esklav de mezon ke esklavajis yo te konn fè bat esklav parey yo.poukisa ke Eta zuni ak lonu te anpeche ke peyi caricom yo te pote Aristide sekou?Si se vre se stabilité politik yap defann an ayiti?
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