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? http://www.ezilidanto.com/zili/2012/07/4100/