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#3407: Pina responds to anonymous (fwd)
From: kevin pina <firstname.lastname@example.org>
"A call from Aristide on public radio or television, specifically asking
supporters of the Lafanmi to resist violence, deploring the murder or
kidnapping of opposition leaders and explaining why the violence is
politically and morally unjustifiable could make a difference."
To so do is to unneccesarily admit concern for a wrong perception. There is
no need for such a pronouncement since Lafamni obviously takes that stance
anyway. Further, there is something false in the logic that implies he must
be guilty of something because he refuses to state the obvious.
Aristide has always been consistent in calling for non-violence and
reconcilliation, especially after he was shouldered back into power. Many
within the OP's or Popular Organizations, responded by calling for
"reconcilliation with justice" for the victims of the coup. These
organization's members took the brunt of the military's brutality and appear
committed to not letting that memory be buried under an avalanche of
A climate that allows for fair elections and stable institutions holds the
hope for redress of the massacre of thousands of Haitians. This is clearly
in the stated interests of supporters of Lafamni and raises more questions
than it answers concerning who is behind the violence in Haiti.
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