Remembering Emmanuel Drèd Wilmè, Lovinsky Pierre Antoine, Haiti freedom fighters

4 July 2014 — HLLN

This (July 4, 2012) re-post is dedicated to Emmanuel Drèd Wilmè, the most hunted Black man in Haiti stood up against the US occupation behind UN mercenary guns in 2004 for 17-months until he was assassinated by UN multinational guns on July 6, 2005.  HLLN honors the life of the Haiti hero for the 21st century, Emmanuel Drèd Wilmè (See info below). HLLN also remembers with honor and maximum respect, Lovinsky Pierre Antoine, Haiti human rights icon, disappeared in UN occupied Haiti, August 12, 2008.
Ayisyen kote nou ye?

Haiti: If I could reach CNN’s audience on the 4th of July

…. I would quote this Douglas paragraph when speaking of the “swelling vanity” of the US/Clinton/Obama/Bush/Paul Farmer/UN/the NGOs and their gross injustice, cruelty and status quo crimes to which Haiti and the global south are constant victims as they profit and celebrate themselves at Harvard, the White House, et al:

“O! had I the ability, and could reach the nation’s ear, I would, to-day, pour out a fiery stream of biting ridicule, blasting reproach, withering sarcasm, and stern rebuke. For it is not light that is needed, but fire; it is not the gentle shower, but thunder. We need the storm, the whirlwind, and the earthquake. The feeling of the nation must be quickened; the conscience of the nation must be roused; the propriety of the nation must be startled; the hypocrisy of the nation must be exposed; and its crimes against God and man must be proclaimed and denounced…”

A Persian Woman Speaks
Pour Into the Darkness To Stop the Ruling Psychopaths
End American Imperialism in Haiti


The new documentary: ‘The Deported’ Shines Light on Haitian Deportation Documentary directors Rachèle Magloire and Chantal Regnault speak to EBONY about their inspiration for delving into the U.S. history of deporting Haitians

“..two-thirds of the two million cases of deportation involve people who committed traffic violations or had no criminal record. In fact, under Obama, those deported for traffic violations have risen from 43,000 during President Bush to more than 188,000.”

Haiti deported- “I ended up having a fistfight with another young man…I did not cause bodily harm, no blood and no weapon. I got eight years for it. I couldn’t even imagine being kicked out of my home. When the judge said deportation hearing, I couldn’t even believe it. I’m thinking, “Is my mom and my sister coming with me? What about my dog?” I couldn’t wrap my head around it… Everything you were used to is stripped away.”

Forwarded by Ezili’s Haitian Lawyers Leadership Network

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