Haitian Elites Are Haitian Secret Societies' Members...

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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Agent-x says...

The official institutions in Haiti are catered and tailored to the need of the financial and intellectual elite of the Republic of Port-Au-Prince and to other provincial cities. Catholic and protestant must be eliminated before eliminating Voodoo more »

Isaac Reuben says...

The secret societies of criminal murderers have helped the Haitian elites a lot so they will never eradicate those criminals in Haiti. I tend to believe based on your assertions that Haitian elites are champwels hein, but listen this is not Voodoo. W more »

Choucoune says...

Well, voodoo practicioners are the true Haitians. The real Haitians took with them their culture and to some degree they also took their language and their religion with them when they left Africa for Haiti. The true Haitians proud Haitians keep true more »

Jean Pierre Alexandre says...

Agent-x,the day voodoo is absolute,Haiti will be free. We will cornered the so-called voodoo into a gridlock,i mean useless voodoo priests turning them into useful servant of Jehovah God. more »

Jean Pierre Alexandre says...

Toulimen,i wish you could be more specific about this.Because Haiti is a third world country and i know the real Secret Societies are belong to the first world countries witch carry certain blood lines. Those animals that you claim are secret societ more »

Toulimen Legrand says...

We cannot call for the elimination of any religion in Haiti because Haiti's elites are champwels' members. Secret societies are criminal societies and they are not real Voodooers. They are evildoers and they can be relocated to La Navasa Island to more »

Jean Pierre Alexandre says...

Choucoune,i think you are right. Because the true Haitians you talked about eats,drinks sleeps in garbage dump sites or even his door entrance is next to a latrines if not the woods. The same way we used to bury pigs after a voodoo ceremonial sacri more »

Toulimen Legrand says...

Voodoo is sacred and it is the most sacred religion of the world when it is practiced according to the animistic values. It is the world oldest and the first religion and we cannot ban it at all. I am not calling for eradication of Voodoo at all. Rat more »

Brian Andrew says...

Toulman, I would suggest that you do some real research first, understand, second was is really being said here before you screamed bloody murder. It is clear that you don't like the elites. Without them, by the way, you can't survive. Elites are n more »

Bernadette says...

No, Jean Pierre, on the contrary, the day vodou becomes openly the Official Religion of Haiti and Haitians, that will be the day of LIBERATION. Vodou is the essence of Haitian culture. To top it all, the price Haitians had to pay to keep the Religion more »

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