Ah joubert you are almost right in what you wanted to say but...

By: Mitch (replying to Msg 4125) - December 20 2011, 11:10 AM

ah joubert you are almost right in what you wanted to say but you have failed to state in a thoughtful way. When you said that Aristide's government violated more people's right than any of his predecessors it becomes not only very hard t swallow but it is reckless.

by saying something so uncannily untrue and ridiculous you cause the youth to misunderstand the dictatorship of Duvalier.

you cause them to believe dictatorship is a sweet period when everything was nice and dandy.

you bring them to believe that he had opponents who could speak against him at will wand without punishment.

you have destroyed the memories of the fallen.

How can we expect the youth to be affraid of dictatorship when we so carelessly reinvente history.

Could you have had under Duvalier?

could you have had < le groupe des 184> under duvalier?

When we forget so easily we tend to repeat the same mistakes or have the same calamities.

Aristide was more an anarchist than he was a dictator.

I don't know about you I grew up under the duvalier regime I was always afraid we had their names were Ti bobo and Boss pint. ask about them since I am at work I cannot continue I will respect you if you could make the correction and show a better appreciation of the value of words.

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