Saturday, January 12, 2019 ((rezonodwes.com)) – The vote of Haiti's shame on the OAS for failing to recognize the re-election of President Nicolas Maduro has been endorsed by Léon Charles, former officer of the Haitian Navy , former DG of the PNH, current interim ambassador of Haiti to the OAS. It is a name that must be engraved in the history of Haiti in the same way as the name of Jean Baptiste Conzé.
In June 2018, when Haiti abstained from voting to remove Venezuela from the OAS, it was Edmond Bocchit who was Haiti's ambassador to the OAS.
Today, he is the Haitian chancellor, he has done just the opposite. What Edmond Bocchit who was in Washington to observe the vote will have to tell us to make us swallow this putrid salad. Jovenel Moise, accused president with a deficit of legitimacy claims Tèt Kale who are neo-Duvalierists. Is not it that Mr. Jovenel walked in the footsteps of François Duvalier who had voted in Punta del Este to remove Cuba from the OAS? What surprises us with sub-men in power.
From the outset, we say that Haiti should abstain and the Venezuelan government would understand and endorse this gesture. I heard several “machann mikwo” in Haiti talk about a deal that the United States would have offered to the government. Let me tell the young people that the United States of America made promises to Sudre Dartiguenave that they did not keep. Francois Duvalier believed he would receive millions to build an airport and build infrastructure after the vote against Cuba; he received nothing. How will the United States of America help Haiti, when we have been under its yoke for more than 100 years?
I followed the reactions after the vote of shame on social networks; many Haitians are furious, but there is a small group of lackeys trying to justify the vote of shame. Let me remind all of what Haiti represents for Venezuelans and what Venezuela represents for Haitians worthy of the name. Haiti's friendship with Venezuela dates back more than 200 years. It is in Haiti that Simon Bolivar, the hero of the liberation of Venezuela had the support to fight the Spaniards. When Hugo Chavez allowed Haiti to be part of the Petrocaribe Agreement, it is a sign of gratitude for the friendship and solidarity that unites the two peoples.
I heard Professor Jean Poincy say that the Petrocaribe Agreement is an imperialist agreement of Hugo Chavez. I appreciate Jean Poincy, but I wonder what cup he drank, and what kind of vodka or tafia. We must tell the young people who do not know much about Hugo Chavez, what this brave person represents for the Venezuelan people and the countries of the South. Before Chavez, the Americans controlled Venezuelan oil through Venezuela's rotten and scavenger elite. A large majority of the Venezuelan people were languishing in misery. Hugo Chavez, a soldier of his state had proposed a new vision that was to distribute the wealth of the country in a fair way in a perspective of social justice and equity. He nationalized the oil companies and used the income to enable more than 20% of the Venezuelan population to move from poverty to the middle class. And millions of Venezuelans have had access to quality education.
Hugo Chavez saw what Fidel Castro had done in Cuba. He copied this model and came with the socialist revolution. Fidel Castro, Evo Morales, Pepe Mujica, Hugo Chavez and Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva are great Latin American men of the late 20th century and the beginning of the 21st century that young people have to study and know. The countries of the West will tell you that they are dictators, but go see the numbers, go to the field to see what they have done for their country. When the West can not orient the leaders of a southern country in the direction of its interests, it affuble them with all the names.
In Haiti in the twentieth century, we had a Dumarsais Estime who was of course the caliber of these great men, but did not last long in power. For more than five years, the West, mainly the United States of America, has been doing everything to put Venezuela on its knees. They launched an economic war against that country and Iran by lowering the price of a barrel of oil on the international market. Venezuela's economic elite is causing a shortage of basic necessities and the country's economy is shrinking. Nicolas Maduro who was not a politician, but who learns quickly, manages to resist, despite everything, and the majority of the Venezuelan people is standing behind him. If the Venezuelan people were not in solidarity with Maduro, the CIA which finances the Venezuelan opposition would have already overcome it.
After the 2010 earthquake, Hugo Chavez was the only president to have denounced the tragedy saying it was an attack on Haiti. He had canceled Haiti's debt to Venezuela. The scientist Daniel Mathurin who was murdered in the Dominican Republic (an assassination disguised as a car accident) had demonstrated to Eric Calais and all the experts that it was no longer a question of fault that had caused the earthquake and we killed him. This same Chavez had talked about the oil that the Haitian subsoil encloses. Many believe that Chavez died as a result of poisoning. Hugo Chavez is the president who carried Haiti on his shoulders by allowing us to have access to capital that could be beneficial for Haitians; and we know how the money was diverted and looted.
With what courage Haitians dare to say that Hugo Chavez did not have in mind to help Haiti, but rather to extend its tentacles on the Caribbean. What Chavez did for Haiti, the United States of America, Canada and Union Europe would never do it. Moreover, they put Haiti under Chapter 7 of the United Nations, which implies that Haiti can not have access to international loans. Hugo Chavez challenged the United Nations, the World Bank, the IDB and the IMF to grant a loan to Haiti. It is on this man and on this country that the Haitian government has just spit in the OAS.
The countries of the West are racist countries. I live in the United States of America and I lived in Canada, I saw and I live racism. Whites see blacks and Latinos as inferior beings. The great Latin American leaders I mentioned understood the question of color and racism, that's why they were fighting to preserve the identity of their people. What are we today, my Haitian brothers? The founding fathers of the Haitian nation had a motto: live free or die. Under what conditions do the majority of Haitians live today? In abject misery, in filth and total destitution. The Haitian question is a matter of racism and color. Americans treat us like dogs and subhumans because we are negroes. The epic of 1804 put an end to slavery, the barbaric system that the West had put in place to dehumanize blacks. The founding fathers of the Haitian nation had not fought for a Martelly, a Jovenel in power, subhuman men who had recourse to the Americans and the West to gain power and to stay in power . We talked a lot about the Clinton's role in Michel Martelly's selection. Here is the context in which the vote of shame came.
It is not because I live in the United States of America that I can not criticize the bad sides of the system, imperialism which is a sin mortal as the other said, who lives quietly at home today and well. I think we must have the courage to tell our executioners that they are executioners. When we understand that the Haitian dilemma is a matter of racism and color, we understand how we fight to free ourselves from the yoke of the West. If we live far away from our country of origin today, it is because America has created the necessary conditions for the massive exodus to have arms to work at home.
The United States of America endorsed the actions of François Duvalier, the Haitian military, Michel Martelly and today the accused Jovenel Moise. See how we are sacrificing Donald Trump talking about collusion with Russia. Americans are angry because Russia managed to influence the votes in favor of Donald Trump. And yet these Americans are talking about regime change all the time, interfering in the internal affairs of other countries, killing presidents in power, supporting military coups and setting up lackeys at the helm of business. in several southern countries. Baton ki bat chyen nwa a, se li ki bat chyen blan an. Yo poko wè, yo gen po yo wè. There is a God for the poor and the unfortunate
I remain optimistic about the future of Haiti because I see men and women working in the shadows to allow this country to to get up. I want an advocate from the West, mostly Americans, to tell me when did they have or have funded a sustainable development project in Haiti? There are idiots who say to you: or so do chwal, w ap palel bad. But what they do not know is that the Chwal lives at the expense of my country. The chwal benefits from a cheap labor force. Haitian intellectuals and scholars who could have put their knowledge to the service of the country are hunted down and the West with the help of the disgusting bourgeoisie, corrupt politicians and lackeys in power manage to set up the gangsterisation that strengthens the system. “Silly pee”. The deliverance of Haiti is not for tomorrow if we fail to understand where this division and this malice of the one vis-à-vis the other comes from. It was an American president who said that you have to lift men's shoes against barefoot ones. Well, it's the politics of ostracization and division that Americans are playing today. We know our rights as citizens living in this country, and we never go beyond our rights. We have the freedom of expression and we use it wisely.
Young people of my country, adults of my country, intellectuals and professionals of my country, it is up to us to guide and guide this people who are held in irons and bluffed. The vote of shame should allow Haitians to understand that they are dealing with scoundrels and if they do not rise up against these governments of doubling, Haiti will go nowhere. Unfortunately the opposition in Haiti is funded by foreign countries and she lives corruption, otherwise this vote of shame would be enough to force Jovenel Moise to leave. We can not give up. We must keep the attitude of a fighter with all our resilience and by doing our motto: unity is strength.
I do not need to insult the Haitian leaders, because Professor Jean Eddy Saint Paul, founder of the Institute of Haitian Studies at Brooklyn College has well described the policy of belly and low abdomen in several books he has published. We must take our destiny in our hands to avoid these situations of treachery in relation to peoples who are in solidarity with us. Yesterday it was Cuba, today it is Venezuela. Let us remember Jovenel Moise, Edmond Bocchit and Leon Charles, three lackeys, subhumans and henchmen who put Haiti on the bench of shame and treachery. That the Venezuelan people who support their president for the most part forgive us for this failure. I end this text with a comment by the historian Michel Soukar summarizing all that I had to say on the vote of shame:
“Jovenel Moses just spit on a glorious page of Our history? Dessalines and Petion are no doubt stirring in their graves. Will the great white man be grateful to the little negro who has just covered himself with so much infamy, not because of an alleged support for the Venezuelan people, suffering from the mismanagement of his government and the selfish politics of the powers Westerners, but in the name of gutter pragmatism. »(Michel Soukar)
Kerlens Tilus 01/12/2019