It is well known that the most vulnerable people are always exploited. It is also known that historical, political and economic situations have put Haiti on their knees. An indecent posture that excites the Haitian bourgeoisie …
“ Mwen pa kapab ankò ! “- I can not stand it anymore -, loudly proclaim Haitians who can not find words to express their suffering. They are tired, they are angry, they protest against an increasingly widespread corruption in their country.
But beyond anger, the violent demonstrations of this week reveal a sad reality on which many of between us, Haitians, close their eyes.
It turns out that the Land of Dessalines is exploited by profiteers who are there only for the pleasure and enjoyment of wealth. In fact, Haiti has become their prostitute. A prostitute who is not paid for the service rendered. “Are you from Lebanon? from Syria …? Ah! A great-grandson of the settler? Come! Black Beauty will take care of you!
Although they have a good command of the national language to formulate their solicitation, these customers from the Middle East do not care about the well-being of Haiti, “their black beauty”. They do not wonder if his children are fed, go to school.
They exploit to a greater extent a country already impoverished by the western free-riders. In turn, they cash and leave nothing in the fund.
Their Haitian dream has been a national nightmare. A Lebanese-Syrian success, a Haitian failure.
The latest news, the leader of this oligarchic orgy is native to Egypt. A man named Sherif Abdallah, who could masterfully personify Napoleon Bonaparte or Christopher Columbus, in the Haitian drama entitled “Haiti and its settlers.”
Speaking of oligarchy, one should perhaps ask the latter if he would accept that a black man from Haiti is at the top of the “Egyptian pyramid” … But hey!
Erected as kings by the heights of Pétion-Ville, Kenscoff, and La Boule, these blessed bourgeois despise the world from below. The patrician look they have on black people, yet representing 90% of the Haitian population, brutally reminds us of apartheid South Africa.
What a blow for a country that, by its internationalism, has welcomed the oppressed world with open arms, be it the fugue slave of the Virginia plantations or the Arab bwèt nan do – Arab box on the back –
Continuing my reflection, dear compatriots, I humbly suggest that self-criticism
Shame on us, who constantly pound French colonists we have chased from our land for more than 200 years, but pretend not to perceive the “colonialism pity-villois” that exploits the Haitian population
Shame on us, denouncing vampiric imperialism Americans, but tolerate the cynical classism of those Haitians who do not cherish our beloved Haiti.
Shame on us, that To embellish Haiti's face with foreigners, proudly publish images of the luxury and opulence of this bourgeoisie known for its rapacity and turpitude.
I am not saying that the debt of the French to Haiti is a thing of the past, or that the invasion of 1915 must be erased from our memory
No, not at all!
Nevertheless, it must be admitted that our blindness to the immoral behavior of this very visible minority is not in conformity with the Dessalian requirements.
Dear friends, let us venture to say it: Haiti lives a fracture that could have been avoided or cured by its bourgeois class
As for Jovenel Moses, I do not know him, and I do not want to know him either. So this text is in no way influenced by jovenelism or anti-jovenelism. It is simply inspired by the cry of the heart of a people who can not stand the perpetuation of their misery.
Mr. President is a puppet?
However, know that behind a puppet is always a puppeteer. Jovenel will leave, but the puppeteer will remain and keep Haiti on the theater stage.
I conclude this text by paraphrasing the Father of the Nation. It's always an honor for me to set the record straight by mentioning Papa Dessalines.
After what I just wrote about them, if the citizens of Pétion-Ville do not question each other, it's that they are not Haitians …
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