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U.S. issues Haiti travel warning: How dare they!

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    Attempts made to continue political persecution of Dr. Jean-Bertrand Aristide & FANMI LAVALAS
    by Malaika H Kambon on Thursday, January 3, 2013 at 4:30pm ·

    In what is clearly a continuation of the February 29, 2004 U.S. instigated coup d’etat against Haiti, former Haitian president Dr. Jean-Bertrand Aristide has been called before Martelly’s hand picked government prosecutor Luckman Delille in what is widely believed to be an attempt by Martelly, the U.S. and France to wage a campaign of political persecution against Aristide, FANMI LAVALAS, and the democratic process/progress in Haiti.

    Aware that the present Haitian government has ordered the arrest of 21 members of FANMI LAVALAS following large demonstrations on December 16, 2012 against the Martelly’s rule, the Haitian people have cause to suspect the political motivation behind attempts to bring Dr. Aristide to court without charge.

    Additionally, other LAVALAS leaders, protesting the arrests, have themselves been called into court arbitrarily.

    The masses of the Haitian people are outraged at the this latest conspiracy to both tarnish the reputation of Dr. Aristide and further marginalize FANMI LAVALAS, the most popular political party in Haiti, from the electoral process.

    In fact, it is the opinion in Haiti that this latest attack is an attempt on the part of the UN MINUSTAH forces to mask their failure to improve the lives of the Haitian people, (which have deteriorated significantly) under the aegis of the UN-U.S.-Canada and France.

    Thus it is more convenient to again blame their wrongdoing on Dr. Aristide.

    The latest word is that the court proceedings were postponed until Wednesday of next week, due to the massive numbers of Haitian people at the courthouse and around Dr. Aristide’s home.

    For more in depth information please go to the Flashpoints, archive January 1, 2013 at

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    January 4, 2013 at 12:40 am

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