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òganize nou dekwa pou kriminèl yo sispann fè dlo kouri nan je moundebyen yo!

AYITI GEN MOUNDEBYEN - Ann kore yo!

Tout moun se moun - se prensip sa a Prezidan Aristide, Jean-Jacques Dessalines....ap ankouraje nou adopte depi dikdantan e se la solisyon pwoblèm Ayiti ap soti. Jije moun yo selon aksyon yo, pa selon "imaj" zòt kreye pou yo.

"Gran fanmi" - sa pa ekziste vre!


Pandan tout listwa Ayiti te gen moundebyen ki gen lajan nan peyi a. Men, evidans lan klè devan je nou, gen plis "kriminèl ak lajan" pase "moundebyen ak lajan". Sinon, pa ta genyen tout mizè sa a, tout blakawout sa a, tout koudeta sa yo, tout ENJISTIS sa a, tout Clifford Brandt, Andre Apaid, sa yo.

Se pou nou òganize nou dekwa pou kriminèl yo sispann fè dlo kouri nan je moundebyen yo - kit se moundebyen ki rete Site Solèy, kit se moundebyen ki rete Jeremi, ri Timas osnon Okap. Tout moun se moun!

Ayiti gen MOUNDEBYEN - ann kore yo! Mounde10
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Wi JAF;
Toutotan y ap PÈSIKITE ARISTID solidarite ak mouvman LAVALAS lan ap pran fòs.
VETERAN CISPES yo ki te fè ETAZINI fè BAK lan SALVADOR ak GUATEMALA ,malgre MILYA DOLA AMERIKEN yo te ize pou yo ekipe LAME SANMANMAN lan peyi sa yo ;kounye an adopte AYITI.
Lan KÒT WÈS lan y ap fè anpil LEVE DE FON pou FONDASYON an e yo bay anpil PIBLISITE tou lan de CHENN RADYO tankou RADYO PACIFICA lan KÒT WÈS lan ,lan de vil tankou OAKLAND,SAN FRANCISCO ak LOS ANGELES.

Kite yo kontinye pèsekite TI PÈ an ;viktwa PÈP AYISYEN an ,ap rive pi vit:

www.haitisolidarity.net/downloads/Haiti%20Solidarity%20August%202014.pdf
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Wi ,men ki sa PWOGRESIS AMERIKEN yo ap gade.
Sa a se yon emisyon ke AMY GOODMAN te fè an 2011.
Nèg ki konprann yo ka fè ARISTID mal ak ti akizasyon sou zèl yo ;yo revele ke ant 2004 ak 2011 AMERIKEN yo te depanse de dizèn de MILYON DOLA pou SAL ARISTIDE .
Pwoblèm yo te genyen sè ke malgre tout TANTATIV ,gen yon gwo pòsyon POPILASYON ki rete FIDÈL a misye.
Se an dezespwa ke OBAMA te blije rele prezidan SID AFRIKEN an JACOB ZUMA pou l anpeche ARISTID tounen.

Sa a se AMY GOODMAN ;talè THUNDER a di ke l se yon RADIKAL.Enben THUNDER kounye an AMY GOODMAN se yon ABITYE de CHENN TELEVIZYON NBC an:

www.democracynow.org/2011/8/11/haiti_wikileaks_cables_expose_how_us
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Na remake le lan emisyon ak entèvyou an AMY GOODMAN raple rankont ki te fèt an DOMINIKANI sou ka AYITI kote prezidan FERNANDEZ te di ke SOLISYON pwoblèm peyi DAYITI yo pase pa ARISTIDE e ke yo paka fèt san li.
Yo di lè ETAZINI ak LONI tande FERNANDEZ di sa ;yo rele ANMWE.
Dominiken yo ka gen defo yo ;sitou PATI PLD ,yo pa lan RANS ak ENPERYALIS.
An pasan FERNANDEZ ap pare l pou yon 4yèm manda an 2016.

Kanta ANKÈT sou ARISTID ke gouvènman POUTCHIS TÈT CHAT lan te fè sou li.Se ri pou w ri lè w ap li menm yon ti PASAJ sou bagay sa yo;NÈG yo menm ap pale de DIRI TCHAKO.
Tankou ansyen repòtè NOUVELLISTE lan di l lpou yon MOUN ta bay yon minimòm kredibilite ak rapò sa a se menm jan ou ta kwè yon temwayaj HITLER ap bay sou yon JWIF.
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Sa a se yon ekstrè WIKILEAKS ki parèt sou THE NATION an 2011.
THE NATION pou sa ki pa konnen se yon EBDOMADÈ de GOCH AMERIKEN ki ann EGZISTANS depi 1868 ,jis apre GÈ SIVIL AMERIKEN an ki te fini an 1865.

Se youn lan REVI ki pi ansyen OZETAZINI ou petèt sou PLANÈT lan.
Mesye yo revele ki presyon ki t ap fèt sou LEONEL FERNANDEZ ki pa t vle pran priyè e ki te vle ARISTID retounen ann AYITI depi fen 2004.
An pasan ,mesye PLD yo pa t padone mesye PRD yo ke yo di ki kolabore lan ranvèsman ARISTID lan;byen ke prezidan PRD an MEJIA di li pa t kolabore.
Lan lòt WIKILEAKS ;AMERIKEN yo te ap fè AFRIK DI SID chantaj ,menm jan yo fè BREZIL chantaj pou di yo ke si yo pa kolabore yo pa p kite yo antre lan KONSÈY SEKIRITE an.
SID AFRIKEN yo reyalize ki jwèt ki ap jwe e di yo ale yo lan MÈD e yo kite ARISTID tounen ;se pou NÈG tranble lè BREZILYEN yo reyalize sa tou!

WikiLeaks Haiti: The Aristide Files
Secret US Embassy cables depict a far-reaching campaign to prevent Haiti's democratically elected leader from returning to the country after the 2004 coup.

Kim Ives and Ansel Herz August 5, 2011
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US officials led a far-reaching international campaign aimed at keeping former Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide exiled in South Africa, rendering him a virtual prisoner there for the last seven years, according to secret US State Department cables.

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Ansel Herz is a freelance multimedia journalist based in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti. His work has been published by...
Kim Ives
Kim Ives is an editor with Haïti Liberté.
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The cables show that high-level US and UN officials even discussed a politically motivated prosecution of Aristide to prevent him from “gaining more traction with the Haitian population and returning to Haiti.”

The secret cables, made available to the Haitian weekly newspaper Haïti Liberté by WikiLeaks, show how the political defeat of Aristide and his Lavalas movement has been the central pillar of US policy toward the Caribbean nation over the last two US administrations, even though—or perhaps because—US officials understood that he was the most popular political figure in Haiti.

They also reveal how US officials and their diplomatic counterparts from France, Canada, the UN and the Vatican tried to vilify and ostracize the Haitian political leader.

For the Vatican, Aristide was an “active proponent of voodoo.” For Washington, he was “dangerous to Haiti’s democratic consolidation,” according to the secret US cables.

Aristide was overthrown in a bloody February 2004 coup supported by Washington and fomented by right-wing paramilitary forces and the Haitian elite. In the aftermath of the coup, more than 3,000 people were killed and thousands of supporters of Aristide and his Fanmi Lavalas political party were jailed.

The United States maintained publicly that Aristide resigned in the face of a ragtag force of former Haitian army soldiers rampaging in Haiti’s north. But Aristide called his escort by a US Navy SEAL team on his flight into exile “a modern-day kidnapping.”

Two months later, the UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) was established, a 9,000-strong UN occupation force that still oversees Latin America’s first independent nation.

Aristide has spoken forcefully against the UN occupation, particularly in his 2010 year-end letter to the Haitian people. “We cannot forget the $5 billion which has already been spent for MINUSTAH over these past six years,” he wrote. “Anybody can see how many houses, hospitals, and schools that wasted money could have built for the victims” of the January 12, 2010, earthquake that destroyed much of Port-au-Prince and surrounding regions.

Such positions are major reasons Washington fought to get and keep Aristide out of Haiti, the cables make clear. “A premature departure of MINUSTAH would leave the [Haitian] government...vulnerable to...resurgent populist and anti-market economy political forces—reversing gains of the last two years,” wrote US Ambassador Janet Sanderson in an October 1, 2008, cable. MINUSTAH “is an indispensable tool in realizing core USG [US government] policy interests in Haiti.”

At a high-level meeting five years ago, top US and UN officials discussed how the “Aristide Movement Must Be Stopped,” according to an August 2, 2006, cable. It described how former Guatemalan diplomat Edmond Mulet, then chief of MINUSTAH, “urged US legal action against Aristide to prevent the former president from gaining more traction with the Haitian population and returning to Haiti.”

At Mulet’s request, UN Secretary General Kofi Annan urged South Africa’s President Thabo Mbeki “to ensure that Aristide remained in South Africa.”

President Obama and Kofi Annan’s successor, Ban Ki-moon, also intervened to urge Pretoria to keep Aristide in South Africa. The secret cables report that Aristide’s return to Haiti would be a “disaster,” according to the Vatican, and “catastrophic,” according to the French.

But the regional and Haitian view was quite different. US Ambassador James Foley admitted in a confidential March 22, 2005, cable that an August 2004 poll “showed that Aristide was still the only figure in Haiti with a favorability rating above 50%.”

The Bahamian Foreign Minister Fred Mitchell, apparently referring to Haiti’s revolutionary leader Toussaint Louverture’s kidnapping and imprisonment in the Jura mountains in 1802, warned “that a perceived ‘Banishing Policy’ has racial and historical overtones in the Caribbean that reminds inhabitants of the region of slavery and past abuse.”

Keeping the Pressure On

After Aristide left Jamaica for exile in South Africa on May 30, 2004, the US government worked overtime to keep him out of Haiti and even the hemisphere, even though the Haitian constitution and international law stipulate that every Haitian citizen has the right to be in his homeland.

When Dominican President Leonel Fernández suggested at a hemispheric conference eight months after the coup that Aristide should return and play a role in Haiti’s political future, the United States reacted angrily, saying in a cable that Fernández had been “wrong in advocating the inclusion in the process of former president Jean Bertrand Aristide.”

The US Ambassador to the Dominican Republic “admonished” Fernández “during a pull-aside at a social event.”

“Aristide had led a violent gang involved in narcotics trafficking and had squandered any credibility he formerly may have had,” US Ambassador Hertell told him, according to a November 16, 2004, cable.

“Nobody has given me any information about that,” Fernández replied.

The embassy followed up with a series of aggressive meetings insisting that the Dominican government renounce its support for Aristide. The meetings included a sit-down with the Dominican president specifically on the subject of Haiti with the British, Canadian, French, Spanish and US ambassadors.

No charges were ever filed against Aristide for drug trafficking, although the United States “spent, literally, tens of millions of taxpayer dollars…trying to pin something, anything on President Aristide,” Ira Kurzban, Aristide’s lawyer, told Pacifica Radio’s Flashpoints in July. “They’ve had an ATF investigation, a tax investigation, a drug investigation, and now apparently some kind of corruption investigation.... The reality is they’ve come up with nothing because there is nothing.”

According to a report in Haïti Liberté, other sources say that a US legal team is still angling to prosecute Aristide.

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