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Haitians refused entry into Dominica

Tuesday, July 19, 2005

Dominican immigration officials refused entry to 27 Haitians saying they intended to use the country as a transshipment point to neighboring islands.
Police spokesman, inspector David Andrew, said the two groups of Haitians, 18 and 9 respectively, arrived at the Melville Hall Airport in the north east of the island without documents to support their travel to Guadeloupe and St Thomas.
Andrew said the two groups came on chartered flights from the Dominican Republic, which shares an island with Haiti.
Dominica's attorney general Ian Douglas said efforts were being stepped up to curb the transshipment of Haitians and Dominican Republic nationals from the island following complaints from French, Dutch and US authorities.

 
 
 
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we have to help ourselves
when Dominica gets punished for persons using our passports (fake or legit) or using our ports as transhippment points who feels it us the dominicans.. haitians need to help haiti more.. in time of need why turn for help outside your greatest resource is your own people
By Oneshot @ NYC (767 is my heaven) 


Sunday, August 14, 2005


 
THEY CAN'T KEEP GOOD PEOPLE DOWN SMILE HAITIAN PEOPLE
KEEP YU HEAD UP HAITIAN BRATHREN AND SISTREN AFRICA IS ON THE RISE GHANA,NIGERIA AND OTHERS ARE ECONOMICALY GETTING STRONGER THEY ARE DOING BETTER THAN MOST CARRIBEAN COUNTRYS,AND BEFORE YOU KNOW IT AFRICA WILL BE OWER CORNER STONE WITH ECONOMICAL HELP WITH RESOURES.SO FUCK ALL YOU BLACKS WHO ARE TRYING TO BE WHITE WITH THE WHITE MAN THINKING OF DIVIDE AND LET YOUR PEOPLE SUFFER.RASTAFARI WILL ALWAYS DEFEND THE POOR AND THE HAVE NOTS. ALL YOU PEOPLE TALK ABOUT ON MUZIK MEDIA IS HOW BETTER YOUR COUNTRYS ARE THAN ANOTHER COUNTRYS,AND YOU ARE ALL IN THE SAME FUCKING BOUT,WESTERN CIVILIZATION WHICH IS WHITE PEOPLE STILL LOOK AT YOU AND YOUR COUNTRYS AS BEEN UNDER THEM. JUST LOOK AT THE POLITCAL AND ECONOMICAL SYSTEM IN PLACE THAT ONLY BENIFIT THE EUROPEAN COUNTRYS,AND WHEN EUROPE TAKE A COUNTRY IT NOW BECOME A WHITE COUNTRY,LIKE AUSTRAILIA.COUNTRYS THAT POOR PEOPLE RUN TO FOR A BETTER LIFE. AMERICA,ENGLAND,CANADA,SCOTLAND,SPAIN,GERMANY ETC.ALL WHITE PEOPLE COUNTRY. SO STOP FOOLING YOUR SELFS.
By ONE BLACK LOVE @  


Saturday, July 30, 2005


 
Haiti this Haiti that
Ok ok ok you all got the same word those dam haitien every time you says that the white boy laught and say the plan work

you were the first to take independance but that freedom have a price

most of black people won't say it but a lot hate haitien people and you never ask why the white boy know why so he turn all ya against us that ya say haitien this haitien that but do you really know what it his to be haitien White hate me cuz i am black and b cuz of my history and other black people hate me cuz i am HAITIEN lol that funny but thing is about to change trust me from africa they bring us to haiti and from haiti we make africa born again don't forget we all black
WE ALL BLACK


By Herbgreen @ Montreal 


Friday, July 29, 2005


 
Sorry, but you will not Destroy Beautiful Dominica
Tracey,

Right back at you......
By Islandgirl @ Florida!!! 


Thursday, July 28, 2005


 
Stop hatin
Fuck you 1000% Dominican
By Tracey @  


Thursday, July 28, 2005


 
well.........we don't need dem here
u see people Dominica is not that big of a country and we don't need hatians here why can't they stay in their own country?why shud they come to Dominica for rescue we have enough problems of our own...everyone wants to use dominica for their nonesense and hiding place we need to stand together as one we have so many chinese and all sorts of people here trying to take over already we don't want an over populated countrty so let dem stay in der DAM country!!!!11
By 1000% DOMINICAN @ Dominica 


Wednesday, July 27, 2005


 
ONE BLACK LOVE
YO is one island, one people, use to own by too diffrent colonial slave country,france and spain and dem divide up the people, just like how dem divide we as blacks.The youths is ower future, so teach them the truth and all that will change. JULIAN MATT, DOM.yu hit the nail right on the head, RasTafri bless.
By fire @  


Sunday, July 24, 2005


 
Serves them right
As one caribbean, we should leave as one and lend a helping hand to sister countries where necessary. But the way the haitians do it, oh no. i see their entry into my country as an invasion, and if we are not careful as dominicans, we are going to be outnumbered by these foreigners on our own soil. there are parts of the island where all u see are haitians and spanish ppl, taking bread from the mouths of locals, and this is not fair. all shall eat, that's true. but dominica belongs to dominicans. the only direct blow we will feel from imposing the visa restrictions on these immigrants is a drop in business, especially for folks on th north of the island. however, we have to safeguard what is ours, so i believe it serves them right.
By 100%dominican @ D/CA 


Friday, July 22, 2005


 
One Question!
I would just like to ask one simple question: Why can't we just live together as One Caribbean People?
We were Bonded by the same chain and beaten by the same whip;still we fight against each other. If We cannot do it ourselves no one will.That i know for sure.
Don't expect it to get any better
By Donallie Charlemagne @ Castries,St.Lucia 

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Thursday, July 21, 2005


 
i have to agree
and even though i dont feel that jamaica should house any more haitians it's true what goes around comes around look deh 400 hundred years and we are still at square one. we as black people need to know our selves and pull together the u.s. dont want to help because there is nothing in haiti same thing like africa if there's no gold, oil, or minerals the U.N. can benifit from they the black countries are fucked and Koffe serves what purpose?
By Tallup @ ny 

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Wednesday, July 20, 2005


 
Slavery/Documents
This story has no right and no wrong we all are people of this great Caribbean and traveling where we want in it should not be so much of problem.
to imagine we all came here some 400+ years ago packed on boats to be sold on any Caribbean island where a white man was willing to buy us and use us which ever way he pleased. we got our freedom but it was on documents which we signed with out being able to READ and WRITE with an X we placed our names and got introduced to another form of slavery in the mordern word called DOCUMENTS.pretending to be left in our own hands theses documents have been turned in to LAWS which we use againts our own brothers who in turn want to seek a better life. for look how far we have come in a world where a piece of document is the deciding factor to a better life who gives these documents? well well well did u think the WHITE MAN ever gave US the power to do so.
By Julien Matthew @ Dominica,New York 

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Tuesday, July 19, 2005


 
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