Haitian Elites Are Haitian Secret Societies' Members...

By: Toulimen Legrand - December 18 2011, 10:28 AM

As Jeune points it out, all Haitian elites are Voodoo members and they belong to the Haitian secret societies such as champwel, bizango and makanda to name a few. Now, I understand why the American Elites labeled them as the most superstitious elites of the world.

They use all Voodoo priests to serve their needs and to keep their oligarch intact.

Max Beauvoir is a strong partner for the gang of seven richest families and they are the ones who promoted him to be the Haitian Voodoo spokesperson in Haiti.

Now, one can understand why Haiti cannot be modernized like the advanced countries of the world.

Those secret societies are very powerful in using darkness forces to maintain slavery in Haiti and they are like those Dogonists in Mali. The latter will never be a modern country unless they reduce the power of those Dogonists in Mali. We must now resettle all Haitian Voodoo priests to one of our adjacent islands if one needs to modernize the country and the initiated elites could follow them if they want. Haiti should be modernized not like the western world, but like DR and some advanced Latin-American countries.

Haiti must be freed from the voodoo secret societies and the oligarch's power reduced as well. Long life to Haiti!

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John Silvio says...

Haiti should build three airports in the North, three in the South, three in the West and the East to decentralize Port au Prince and to develop tourism in every department. Haiti should build hotels, assisted living residences in every department f more »

Elie Philocles says...

Haiti should build roads, bridges, put buses on the roads in all departments to connect all departments. Haiti needs to build affordable housing in all departments to decentralize Port au Prince. With the overpopulation in Port au Prince many peopl more »

Pierre-hugues Archambault says...

Avant de decentraliser un Etat fragile et encore a construire ne vaudrait-il pas mieux le consolider et le developper? Une decentralisation hative et precipitee ne permettrait-elle pas a de petits seigneurs regionaux de construire leurs propres etats more »

Pierre-hugues Archambault says...

This little elit who govern Haiti in the dark try very hard to stop any changes which can threatened it's power on Haiti. They systematically try to undermined any attempt to build a strong and democratic State which would serve Haitian People's in more »

Toulimen Legrand says...

Les leaders politiques et economiques d'Haiti ont peur de la decentralization par ce que Haiti est un etat communiste. Decentralizer Haiti amenera le capitalisme sur leur sol ce qui n'est pas vrai du tout. L'Apotre de la decentralization faisant l more »

Rivel Dumaine says...

La tache de reconstruire Haiti est primordiale et necessaire, parce que la notion de cette devise est tiree de l'unite dans l'union. Mettons nous ensemble la main et elevons la banniere de resistance pour concretiser un reve du demain pour tous sa more »

Antoine Estime says...

There is a difference between voodoo and voudoorizan. Voudoo se combit, tet ansam pou nou travay, pou nou libere, se la main dans la main pou lite kont esclavay, se ede voazin, se bien pou Haiti, se kilti nou. Voodou te kraze depi l'anne 1806. Re more »

Toulimen Legrand says...

Rochenette Ou pale men mwen pa rive konpranbsa Ou vle di tout bon vre. Mon che, fre mwen relijyon neg blan yo adousi nou e fe nou asepte enjistis blan yo kom si li te dous. Banm di Ou, ke syantifik la se blan Ou pa, tout konesans vini lakay blan yo e more »

Douvino says...

Bernadette, Monche, yo regle ampil pou peyi ya. Pou ba wou kek ekzamp, gade vale misyon kompasyon ki ginyin nan peyi ya, ofelina gaye tout kote. Yo tout se zev Chretyin melange ak tout lot religion ou resite nan lis ou a. Kounyeya ou minm Banm yon more »

Rochenette Lima says...

bonjou mesye tou lemen, koman ou ye? non sa a ou bay tet ou a fe m santi ke ou toujou sou tansyon, e li pa bon pou sante w. Mesye tou lemen ou pa we li ta pi bon pou n ta sispan aji nan tet cho jis pou n ka gen chans patisipe tout bon vre nan devlopm more »

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