November 24, 2018 – MICHAEL COLLINS
We can remember the time, during the nineties, when Michael Norton, the AP representative in Haiti, took money from Aristide / Lavalas to write very biased reports on the situation in Haiti. Not surprising since he was married to Toto Bissainthe, a Lavalas activist.
Norton was my friend, but he did not go back to the world. Much of what people believe – today – is dredged from Norton's biased views.
PRIESTS GOOD! ARMY BAD!
Michael adored Aristide and American cash!
With the stroke of his keyboard, he was the author of the Aristide as a saint. Much of our problem – today – has a basis in Norton's creation of a false history for the Lavalas period in Haiti. Many innocents were killed by his report, but he had a bullet in their heads.
Unfortunately, the AP representatives, following Michael Norton's death seem to have inherited his same circle of contacts. With the news of the situation in Lithuania, France, or Upper Botswana have their viewpoint of the Haitian Situation. 19659002] Today, November 24, 2018, Haiti is in a precarious state. Well, perhaps, that is too much. Haiti should ask for biased reporting from the AP and – for example – the Miami Herald.
President Jovenel Moise's communication of reality to the outside world is less than zero.
The Communications Minister is totally ineffective.
When AP, or anyone else, such as Amelie Baron, reports lie, they should be called for a talk, if they continue to avoid the truth, they should be tossed
This is war!
The following is yesterdays AP notes that went worldwide. They took 300
Protesters clash with police in Haiti as death toll rises
The Associated Press
Updated: November 23, 2018
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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – Thousands of demonstrators are clashing with the police in Haiti's capital and demanding the President of the United States.
Police on Friday fired tear gas at the crowds as people threw rocks, tried to loot and broke up in Port-au-Prince. One group hurled Molotov cocktails at a gas station, but the flames were quickly extinguished.
At least 11 people died in protests, including a man was burning a street barricade Friday morning.
Protesters accuses Moise of not investigating allegations of corruption in the Venezuelan subsidized energy program. This is the future of the
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