Demand Respect!

Many Haitian women are not aware that they are in deep verbal, emotional, and psychological abusive relationships…
This is no good for your well-being. Demand RESPECT!

 

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Haiti needs its Diaspora!

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Haitians have 4G network, high speed internet, luxury cars, luxury houses, they are moving towards Numeric TV, Latest banking options such as online banking and wire transfers, high tech at different levels for those who can afford it…and when you ask VOTE FOR THE DIASPORA and adequate planning for EVOTE (voting online) because that’s the future…some folks come up with argument that Haiti is too far far behind to be thinking about such modernization. I’m shocked because we choose to be selective, especially when it comes to make things happen for a better Haiti. We cannot always choose double standards…To fight corruption and to talk about change is to send CLEAR messages that we are willing to do things differently. As long as the Diaspora is not fully involved Haiti won’t make it too far. Simply because that Haitian diaspora is Haiti’s middle class and the diaspora only has the qualifications needed to get some things done. Unless of course, we are willing to follow the NGO and some international institutions approach where so called Experts are highly overpaid for services that some professionals in the diaspora would be willing to offer without all the perks (such as Housing, cars and benefits) and probably for the same or less salary!

The vote of the Diaspora in the diaspora (not in Haiti) is just one of the benefit of the new constitutional amendment signed by President Michel J. Martelly last year!
If all Haitians are equal, then the diaspora needs to be able to vote as well.

The excuses that I hear and read so far are just lame and they show the unwillingness of those players who have used to diaspora to advance their agenda in the past!

Of course the diaspora is not a homogeneous group, but we do have common interests and we all love Haiti.

My friends blocking the diaspora is just a wasteful strategy because it’s a matter of time before the diaspora obtains and enjoys its hard earned rights to vote and to participate in the reconstruction and/or Transformation of Haiti.

AYITI SE POU TOUT AYISYEN!

Four to Five Millions of Haitians live abroad, chiefly in North America: the Dominican Republic, United States, CubaMexico (mainly in Mexico City and Cancun), Canada (primarily Montreal) and Bahamas. They also live in other countries likeFranceFrench Antilles, the Turks and CaicosJamaicaPuerto RicoVenezuelaBrazilChileCote d’IvoireSenegal, and French Guiana.

Annually, the Haitian diaspora sends home between US $1.5-$1.8 billion in official flows, about one-third of Haiti’s GDP.  This billion-dollar figure excludes the total cost of goods shipped home, annually, by barrels and boxes (a bang-up business in immigrant communities in New York City, Miami and Boston), as well as cash transfers that were not wired nor declared upon entering the country.

***For those who are against VOTING ONLINE in the United States or abroad and who are trying to be creative by focusing on SECURITY CONCERNS all I have to say is that if we don’t have security concerns when we are using online banking from our PC and smartphones, if governments can launch a destructive missile just by the push of a button from a laptop from anywhere, why should we worry about EVOTE?
To learn more about success stories relating to Evote, I can take Countries like Estonia and Canada as very good examples.
Also, for the Countries who are so used to FRAUDULENT ELECTIONS, I have some good news: FRAUDS ONLINE are more precarious simply because it is easier for IT experts to locate the manipulations and all log ins… And we can always design a system where nothing can be deleted. So if someone has any funny ideas, they should be ready for the consequences because it won’t go unnoticed!
Welcome to the new world where perfection matters!

Better Haitians=Better Haiti!

More info about evoting:

https://www.overseasvotefoundation.org/files/The%20History%20and%20Politics%20of%20Diaspora%20Voting.pdf

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronic_voting

https://www.eff.org/ar/issues/e-voting

http://www.tiresias.org/research/guidelines/evoting_projects.htm

http://www.ivoteus.com/

 

Updates:

Please click on the link below to show your support to our small campaign:
https://www.thunderclap.it/projects/1585-haitian-diaspora-vote

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The Haitian Diaspora deserves FULL PARTICIPATION!

 

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The Haitian Diaspora is so distracted that it’s failing to do what’s needed to claim its BASIC CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS in Haiti.
Not only the Diaspora must vote in all Haitians elections asap, the Diaspora deserves to have at least one (1) member at the Electoral Council!
The authorities are struggling to put in place the electoral council, most diaspora leaders are fighting for exposures and personal interests, but not enough are truly standing for THE RIGHTS OF ALL MEMBERS OF THE DIASPORA TO PARTICIPATE ACTIVELY IN THE TRANSFORMATION OF OUR MOTHERLAND!
Of course, the diaspora has a lot to offer, so why are we doing things sometimes just like they do them in Haiti?
Why so much division?

I do notice lots of progress, but it’s not enough.
The Diaspora needs FULL PARTICIPATION and we need a better return on our investment!

Go ahead and talk to your officials and legislators!

AYITI SE PEYI TOUT AYITISYEN!

Better Haitians=Better Haiti!

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La pensée critique!

Les debats changent facilement en attaques personnelles et disputes lorsque l’ education et les arguments font defaut.

Les debats contradictoires sont nécessaires à la recherche de la vérité et la promotion de la démocratie!
MG

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AUTOUR DE L’ HAITIEN EST TOUT SAUF LUI-MEME!

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MG: Notre societé a bien progressé et c’ est en vertue de cette realite que j’ accepte volontiers la transformation de la citation, apres de profonds debats, “L’ Haitien est tout sauf lui-meme” (qui decrit si bien l’ alienation de certains de nos compatriotes qui se croient 101% Americain et Canadien apres la naturalisation et aussi la realite en Haiti ou une grande majorite considere Haiti comme une terre de transit) en cette nouvelle citation qui montre mieux le nouveau visage de la communaute Haitienne partout (sutout apres la tragedie du 12 Janvier 2010 ou des milliers d’ Haitiens ont sorti de l’ ombre pour se reveler et supporter Haiti): “L’ Haitien peut-etre tout, mais Il reste Haitien!”
D’ apres notre compatriote et ami Hendral: Chaque Haitien qui a vecu en Haiti aura toujours une part de restera Haitien jusqu’ a sa mort….quand on chasse le naturel, Il revient au galop, comme on dit, donc partant de la, l’ homme Haitien, peut-etre tout (Americain, Canadien, Chinois, Francais, Italien, Allemand, etc), mais surtout il reste Haitien! 
A bon entendeur Salut! 
Une note bien positive pour clore ce debat interessant!

Dudley Dorsainville : Moise, mon ami d’enfance!

Tu n’imagines pas comment je suis fier de celui que tu es devenu. Cet homme de pensée qui tient haut l’étendard de notre Nation par sa plume, la médiatisation de sa pensée, qui n’hésite pas à le flageller quand il le faut, mais qui ne cesse de lui déclarer sa passion.
Pour ma part, je dirai comme Léopold Sédar Senghors, que l’âme Nègre est au fond une âme “inassimilable”.
Partout où le Nègre est sur la surface de la terre, il demeure Nègre.
L’homme haïtien est un type même du Nègre authentique, du Nègre Fondal mantal.
En quittant l’Afrique, le Nègre n’a pas cessé d’être Nègre malgré les efforts soutenus des colons blancs de l’assimiler en tenant à le dépouiller de tout repère proto-négro en le jetant violemment dans un système hostile à la notion même de l’humain.
Quelque chose dans le Nègre résiste à toute forme d’altération, d’aliénation et à la dissolution de son âme.
C’est l’une des raisons qui fait que le Nègre est le plus haï au monde, car au fond, il ne peut cesser d’être lui-même.
Dieu a mis dans l’âme Nègre son souffle le plus authentique. Le Nègre intègre les facteurs exogènes, comprend ce qui est étranger à son monde, mais quand il synthétise le tout, il ne fait que proposer une version Nègre des choses à une puissance difficilement accessible.
Le Nègre est en réalité un possible peu utilisé dans le monde, car suscite la crainte et la jalousie.. Mais quand ce possible est utilisé, il étonne et subjugue le monde.
Comment pouvait-on penser un instant que l’Homme Haïtien, né de la terre d’Haïti, puisse cesser d’être Haïtien?
L’Anglais, l’Irlandais, l’Italien, l’Allemand.. Tous les Européens qui ont quitté l’Europe ont tous cessé d’être ce qu’ils avaient été pour devenir fondamentalement Américains ( Pluribum Unum ), mais il n’en est rien des Nègres que nous sommes. En nous, grouillent toujours le Nègre du Sénégal, du Congo ou du Dahomey.
Ce qui explique cette résistance est la portée spirituelle des cultures Nègres qui, de tout temps, a plus été rivée vers le spirituel, le symbolique que le matériel..
Le Nègre sera en danger quand il cessera d’être lui-même pour se convertir au matérialisme qui
est à l’antipode de son monde et qui causerait sa désubstantialisation.

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Ayiti Demain: Response to a segment of our last night show “Kantin Mobil”.

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Mr Garcon,

Hello Moise, It was a pleasure interacting last night on the emission.
Since I may (not be ) on the line  until the 31st, allow me to
offer a counter to  the “Mobil Kantin” program comment made last night.
You may choose or not to bring this view in the next Sundays.

No big deal but:
1. We often made ‘degrading’ remarks, in the Diaspora…
somewhat viewed to be ‘elitist’ by some, or ‘ignorant’ by others ‘sur le betton’
2. Something could always be to a higher standard, even the soup kitchen here,
but you take what you can give.

3. In Haiti, the ‘Mobil’ part is important for TWO reasons
a- they are trying to serve the poor where they work –
near the agricultural fields. Attract them to be there or not somewhere
else.
b- It is a disperse population.  “Derriere Morne, genyen Morne”. No way to
assemble them
We see the  photos in the city, but donot understand that it is one service
for ALL the country. If the city person is shown taking the food, the
peasant  does not feel being put down.

The food service in town is such that the non-working parents have food and they do not take away from their child allowances…

Venezuela is pushing for their donations to reach the remote folks, where they are. Best way to do so is to create work where they need to earn their living. You go to them, not assemble them in a town far away from their workplace.

We, in the Diaspora,  cannot keep beating ourselves for every step forward
someone else make. We can ask questions, many questions. when we
go forward without being ‘sur le betton’, we hurt the efforts being made.

Moise, you run a GREAAAAATTT SHOW!

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AYITI DEMAIN radio show tonight 03/03/2013.

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At Ayiti Demain tonight our special guest is: Professor Kesner Pharel (Group Croissance). We’ll talk about the current state of the Haitian economy, the recent CARICOM event in Haiti and the informal market in Haiti, etc.

Our second special guest is the founder and CEO of IVOTE US: Mr. Antonio Duval. We’ll talk about Demographic change in America and the future of VOTING ONLINE…

Our contributor Marthe Sabine Cadet-Lorgeat will continue with her weekly topic on Leadership and Teamwork.

Poirier Rene will summarize this week news with additional comments…

Our special correspondent from Port-au-Prince, Haiti Jean Claudel Merismas will summarize the 24th CARICOM Summit recently held in Haiti with the latest….

Our co-host and co-producer Louinel Maximize Jean will add value to the discussions…
And much more!

Stay tuned via www.radiofos.com, Radio Megastar 97.3 FM (Haiti), our sister networks or by phone: 712-432-1979.

To participate (share your comments and ask questions): 404-537-2079.

Ayiti Demain, LIVE every Sunday starting 8:00pm ish.

P.S Tonight we are starting with a new topic: TI KOZE DIASPORA. In this topic we’ll talk about the realities of our compatriots without bias.
Soon we’ll resume with our legal topic.

We dig deeper.
We educate.
We inform…with a positive attitude.

Better Haitians=Better Haiti.

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