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Why outsiders and insiders who are well aware of Bush's policy on Haiti hate Aristide? Because Aristide's government, while economically aligned on certain point with US global agenda, does not represent the full aspiration of a US installed puppet regime varnished by a democratic process of facade. Aristide's government is not palatable to Washington for several reasons. Haiti has relations with Cuba. Aristide has refused to abandon certain social projects. His government has stalled certain privatization projects. But first and foremost, Aristide is popularly elected and does not owe its power to Washington's benediction and financial support. Aristide's first election has already sparked a wave of leftist take over through elections: Peru, Venezuela, Brazil etc. These developments are at odds with US plans to install puppet regimes with democratic facades to replace cold war era strong man and military regimes!!! Let's condemn the well-detailed plan the US has for Haiti. It is not fair to put all the blame on Aristide.
Whether the President stay in power or not, the bloodshed and chaos will continue. Lavalasyens will continue to fight with the rebels MORE lives will be lost. We haven't seen anything yet. Wait until next week. This is the beginning of the end. If the rebels take over, they will start fighting each other for power, I know that for sure...We are miserably failing our true ancestors Boukman and Toussaint-L'Ouverture who won us physical freedom 200 years ago. Most Haitians and Black people worldwide don't really look into the fact that mental slavery plays a big part in our problems. As long as we deny our archaic tradition (Vodou), we will continuously be fighting and Haiti and the Black race will go nowhere. God bless the people who are committed to "democracy". God bless Haiti!

AfroMan.

[This message was edited by Afroman on March 01, 2004 at 01:08 PM.]
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