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#4513: Graves comments to Max Blanchet
From: archim <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Here's another example of someone who knows everything about what
happened, happens and should happen in Haiti, but who lives
comfortably somewhere else. Rigged elections, illegal control of the
counting process, what we ought to do and what we ought not to do. I
really weary of all these "dug-out" or side-line authorities with
their un-informed and slanted comments. Come on down and live here and
maybe you will come to a better understanding of what Haiti needs from
a Haitian standpoint. Yeah, you may well-be a Haitian by birth or
nationality, but it appears to me that you are a turncoat.
Those of us who live in Haiti...whether we are Haitians by birth or
not, have a much better idea of what needs to be done to improve the
country. I think the first step is to rid the country of the
big-mouthed and know-it-all politicians who oppose just about
everything anyone else suggests in order to "win". And by "win" I
don't mean the election, I mean win everything: points, arguments,
positions, etc. What's to be feared about a "one party democracy"?
That might get Haiti on the right road, at least the leadership would
be in agreement for awhile, anyway. Haiti can never get anywhere until
the leadership agrees to march together (read "ansanm"). That is one
of the reasons I always liked the Lavalas motto, which is the goal of
Lavalas. Nothing substantial and nothing lasting can ever come of
continual bickering and political maneuvering on the part of
opposition politicians with negligible followings.
Come on down (or over) and join the march.That march is heading in
one direction and will reach its destination as long as the marchers
march together and not to the beat of another drummer. "Marchons
"United we stand; divided we fall".
+AM/FM (Archimandrite Michael/Fr. Michael)