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UN troops 'fail' in Haiti

Monday, August 1, 2005

Amnesty International has released a report on Haiti which claims the United Nations mission has made little progress towards protecting human rights, the year it has been in the country.
The report also accused the US-backed interim government and the UN peacekeeping force of showing leniency toward former soldiers and other rebels who toppled President Jean-Bertrand Aristide last year.
The interim, Gerard Latotue government is further accused of failing to prevent or to investigate such serious human rights violations.
In its report, Amnesty claimed that arbitrary detentions, the deliberate killings of civilians and police abuse are common. The report contains a list of examples of what are called extra-judicial killings, carried out by the Haitian national police.

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Because they don't care?
Don't you know that the leaders in this world today don't give a damm about the poor. It's all economics and political to them. The reason they do whatever they want is becasue we allow it. People we need to take a stand now before it's too late
By Wade Cameron @ USA, New York
Tuesday, September 6, 2005

why all the jamacians an hatians want bush money??? ancestors my pussyhole!! leave bush alone an go back to killing out eachother an smoking herbs day an night. stay in your country an just know immigration go study you !!
By bombo clott @ the world 

Sunday, August 28, 2005

un troops..leave hati alone. Help the US instead of all the violence an shooting. Hati is a waste of time to be fighting over!!
By empress @ jamicia 

Sunday, August 28, 2005

HA & JA U.N.I.T.Y.
Yo to the dreed from JA men u really make a good point men n wat u say is true, my pple do need a strong black leader 2 speak up for the pple men. n wats dis u talkng bout $500 million US dallarz 2 my pple n dem froze it, damm it men dats fucked up men! How u dreed would say men, Bush can go suk out his granny sour pusswhole n jump off a blooclat cliff men my ppl should kick his ass just like my African anssesters did da French.Respect 1 love Black pple stay strong.
By AytionRasta1 @ USA,FLA
Thursday, August 4, 2005

Is the US helping or Hurting Haiti?
I understand that but at the same time Haiti needs a person who will speak for all Haitians.

The current leader does not have the support of the population. Part of the problem is that people see this leader as a puppet of the United States. No Country wants to be seen as some ones pet.

The Bush administration perpetuated a ban on direct aid, and froze $500 million of much-needed international foreign aid for Haiti.

There is hope for Haiti but you all need a leader who speaks for all!
By Kwame @ Spaldings, Jamaica 

Wednesday, August 3, 2005

Yo men to the dreed who wrote that commet from JA respect to ya men.But now listen the problem in Ayiti has been going on 4 generations men da sensless killing,political violense,and Voodo, yes Voodo men. but u know who can help my pple men is our own pple men dont u see how othere ppl come to da states make der money n go back home to help there country, dats da pricipple Ayitians need to start doing men.Cause like Iwane said men I love to see my ppl living in love I hate to see dem fighting n swimming in Blood.We as Ayitian need to come 2gether cuz L'union Fait La Force.1 lOVE Black pple 1 love.
By AyitionRasta1 @ USA,FLA
Wednesday, August 3, 2005

Only GOD can save Haiti
It seems that not even the UN can help Haiti. Why is it so hard for Haiti to stand on it's own feet. As the first country in this part of the world to gain independence they should have been way ahead of everybody else. It's seems as if the UN is on the verge of giving up also. What's next for Haiti? Only GOD KNOWS!
By Kwame @ Spaldings, Jamaica 

Tuesday, August 2, 2005

what a lot of pple dont understand is that a majority of the pple who live in haiti dont want aristide as there president ne way...
By babigal89 @ ma, usa
Tuesday, August 2, 2005

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