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 Violences dominicaines contre les Haitiens. Le temps d'agir

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MessageSujet: Violences dominicaines contre les Haitiens. Le temps d'agir   Violences dominicaines contre les Haitiens. Le temps d'agir EmptySam 9 Mai - 12:12

May 8, 2009
Dominican Republic's Violence Against Haitians: Time to Act, Not Just Condemn
by Wadner Pierre- www.haitianalysis.com

A Haitian man was beheaded on May 1 in the Santo Domingo neighbourhood of Buenos Aires as onlookers applauded. Some reportedly used their cell phones to film the murder.

According to news reports. the murder was in reprisal for the beheading of Dominican man - a crime allegedly perpetrated by a Haitian national who remains at large.

The Dominican Republic (DR) and Haiti share the island of Hispaniola. Approximately 1 million Haitians live in the DR - typically doing the most arduous and undesirable work available in agriculture and construction. They are regularly subjected to mob violence and other abuse.

Haiti's foreign minister, Alrich Nicolas, called the lynching "barbarous" and delivered an official protest to the Dominican authorities. I am much more impressed by an open letter sent to Haitian President Rene Preval, which I published on my blog,

Beatrice Cayo, a Haitian citizen who lives in the U.S, asked the Preval's administration to act, not only to condemn. Indeed, we must press the Dominican Republic for reparations for its many crimes against Haitians.

The DR allowed itself to be used as a staging ground for rebels who helped overthrow Haiti's democratically elected government in 2004. In 1994, when the US finally ordered Haiti's military government to step down, the DR provided refuge to many of its most notorious members.

Most infamously, there was the Parsley Massacre of 1937.
That year, that US backed dictator of the DR, Rafael Trujillo, decided to unilaterally redraw the boundary between the countries.

Between 18,000 to 35,000 Haitians were massacred.
A US brokered agreement obliged the DR to pay about $29 per officially recognized death.

Shortly after the killing spree, US Secretary of State Cordell Hull said that Trujillo "is one of the greatest men in Central America and in most of South America."

I cry out for my fellow Haitians who have been mistreated for so long in the DR. As a Haitian, I carry with me the abuse and humiliation that my brothers and sisters have accumulated for so long in the neighboring republic.

The Haitian government should go to the Inter-American Court of Human Rights and demand justice for thousands that had been murdered and abused. Today with our supposedly democratic government, and with all the human rights groups that exist, it doesn't seem like too much to ask.

We share this island with our brothers and sisters in the DR.
Racism destroys our ability to live in peace with one another. I wish Dominicans would explore why there is so much hatred of us in their country.

In fairness, during the early 1800s Haitian troops invaded the DR - unsuccessfully attempting to deny foreign powers a base from which to attack Haiti. Today, Haiti has no army at all. In fact, the Aristide government provoked hostility in the DR by disbanding Haiti's army and thereby denying the DR's military a credible reason to exist.

Like Beatrice Cayo, I am tired of counting our corpses in the DR. Our government must use this case to put an end to the targeting of Haitians in the DR once and for all.
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MessageSujet: Re: Violences dominicaines contre les Haitiens. Le temps d'agir   Violences dominicaines contre les Haitiens. Le temps d'agir EmptySam 9 Mai - 14:23

Indeed the time of complaining is over.As the jews we must build a country where all haitians regardless of social status ,color,origin can live in peace.we must understand that haiti belongs to all haitians whether some haitians acquire another nationality because of economic or political circumstances.It is irrevelant whether one group acquires canadian citizenship , another american citizenship,French citizenship .When they insult or kill a haitian we are all debased in our dignity as human being.

First of all we must ask ourselves: why our peasants and laborers have to go in the dominican repuiblic to work ,despite the fact that they know in advance they're not welcomed in that country ?Why in spite of all our needs in infrastructure ,our most productive citizens must leave our country to go to work somewhere else?Why can't they stay home and develop their own country?Why our politicians can not administer the country in a way that the money of the treasury serves the needs of the people instead of paying the salaries of a group of bureaucrats who can not satisfy these needs. Why not long ago the per capita income of the dominican republic was similar of haiti ,and nowadays there is such a difference in per capita income between the two countries?Why the most prosperous colony in the 18th century has become the poorest country in the western hemisphere?

We must answer these questions honestly in order for us to regain our dignity as a people.For without a self criticism of the way we administer the country the haitians will remain the nomads of the americas.Is it normal in a country where people are starving to death; they overthrow the government of Prime Minister Alexis and instead of using the public funds to increase the production of foods in the country; the politicians are wasting the international aid in futile elections to elect memebers of a Senate that has no relevant meaning in haiti.

Yes we must protest against the barbaric acts that are committed against our brothers and sisters in the Dominican Republic.But our protests also must be directed against the irresponsible politicians who are the main causes of our poverty and humiliation in foreign countries.Knowing how hard the haitians work, I refuse to admit the impossibility of haitians to live in their own country if they were governed by a group of pragmatic, honest, competent and dynamic administrators.It is the malfeasances of the most repugnant elite in the world that are responsible of the poverty that forces haitian peasants and laborers to abandon their country.The elite prefers to overthrow all governments that are fighting to combat illiteracy, malnutrition, diseases,unemployment ,low wages that should not even call wages for these wage earners in haiti are living in poorest conditions than the slaves in the 18th century.
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Le temps est plutot de batir Haiti et non pas de penser à une guerre imaginaire.
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La maison de Sonia Pierre à prit en feu. La cause serait des problèmes électriques mais entre vous et moi...
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