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Haitians Say No to US Intervention

As Haiti enters week 5 of unrest in the country, U.S. lawmakers are expressing concern over the situation and calling for dialogue between Haitian officials. Haitians, however, who have had a fraught history with the U.S., are skeptical of their intentions and saying no to intervention, Haitian Times’ Harold Isaac reports.

Haitian Times

Haitian Times

The Haitian Times was founded in 1999 as a weekly English language newspaper based in Brooklyn, NY.The newspaper is widely regarded as the most authoritative voice for Haitian Diaspora.
Haitian Times
Oct. 08, 2019

5 COMMENTS ON THIS POST To “Haitians Say No to US Intervention”

  1. Wismick says:

    Common sense intervention is needed in order to put an end to corruption and gross incompetent ! Where as here, the current administration is clearly loose control of the country and the so called opposition is not prepared to lead in case Mr. Moise resigns. We have been at this crossroads many times in the past. Isn’t it time to put an end at this insanity once for all ? This equation obviously requires a third party intervention, without which we will fall deeper into anarchy. My propose resolution: An international intervention with the goal to Open up the country to all Haitians diaspora to go back and lead Haiti into prosperity and restore the rule of law!

  2. mikk says:

    this wont happen

  3. Tim says:

    I would support the US intervening in the case of a bloodbath which I am afraid is a possibility. IMHO the best option of waiting until the next election does not seem possible at this point but I see few signs of the opposition having a plan for what comes next. I love the Haitian people but what I am about to say is tough love. Haitians will not work with each other even on things everyone agree’s on . Reagan said my 80% friend is not my 20% enemy . Look at the deal Taiwan has offered . Its 100% for the good but the corrupt legislature has blocked it in part because they dont want to give Jovenel a win. And the fact that bribes are not being offered. Politics in Haiti is all about “my” faction and not about the good of the country. Here in the US I am on the political right but I would work with the socialists and even the communist for clean water , reliable electricity , a sewer system . things we all agree on. that is not how Haitian politics have worked and I fear if the government falls the factions will be at each others throats. If the people united Haiti could be a paradise

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