Haiti food riots could trigger wave of boat people

Apr 14, 2008 Read more: www.palmbeachpost.com 9

U.S. Coast Guard officials are closely monitoring events in Haiti on the chance that recent unrest on the impoverished island might trigger a new wave of boat people trying to flee toward Florida.

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Joey

Newark, OH

#1 Apr 14, 2008
That's all Florida needs. More lazy black criminals. I hope the Coast Guard brings some of their ice breakers down there to greet any boat negros.
greg

Vernon Hills, IL

#2 Apr 14, 2008
way to go joey!!!! what an idiot! Anyone who has to choose to put their own children on a makeshift piece of wood and set them out across the ocean in order to attempt to save there lives is no criminal in my mind. don't you hope you never have to make a decision like that. Maybe you ought to thank God for the gift of liveing in a country that takes care of people like you.
Joey

Newark, OH

#3 Apr 14, 2008
Maybe you ought to read a little bit about the history of Haiti before you open your dumb fukk mouth.
They live in a tropical paradise. Haiti should be a vacation destination for the western hemisphere. Those people should be rolling in dough and living in luxury. Instead they are starving to death and dropping like flies from AIDS, and 80% of the population has intestinal worms. American dogs are healthier. And I've lived in areas where Haitians lived. There are no better than our own useless blacks. They are criminals.
elaine

Dublin, Ireland

#4 Apr 15, 2008
How ignorant can one person be? Yes, Haiti is a tropical paradise, so what, automatically they are all "lazy black criminals"? whats your problem? why are you so racist and shallow and ignorant? do you honesty believe what you're saying?
I've been to haiti and the people I met were kind and generous and so it seems, much better people than you are. You're an absolute disgrace.
Vincit

Philadelphia, PA

#5 Apr 15, 2008
I welcome those kinds of racist and hateful comments by the caucasian people because they are being saved and will be reprinted for the population in Haiti to shown them how hateful and hypocrite caucasian people are and since all their miseries is cause by the actions of the United, France, and canada supported by the U.N; wiping out Christianity in Haiti will be a breeze.
Joey

Newark, OH

#6 Apr 15, 2008
elaine--"How ignorant can one person be?"

You're in Ireland. What the hell do you know? If you ever visit the US take a ride through Asbury Park, NJ, where I used to live. But wear a bullet proof vest because the Haitians and the American blacks are having running gun battles in the streets. Florida has the same problem.

Vincit---"I welcome those kinds of racist and hateful comments by the caucasian people because they are being saved and will be reprinted for the population in Haiti to shown them how hateful and hypocrite caucasian people are and since all their miseries is cause by the actions of the United, France, and canada supported by the U.N; wiping out Christianity in Haiti will be a breeze."

What are you going to do, go to Haiti and hand them out to people on the street? You're a joke. And stop blaming all the black failures on the White Man. The US has had to send it's military to Haiti something like four time in the last 100 years to stop those animals from murdering eachother. Then they have to clear all the dead corpses from the streets and rebuild their schools and roads. Then 25 years later they have to go back and do it all over again. Those people cannot govern themselves. BECAUSE THEY ARE BLACK.

Vincit

Philadelphia, PA

#7 Apr 16, 2008
Yeah, I suppose You think the U.S. was built on justice and democracy too after exterminating the Native people and then enslave others by the millions, I guess you peole think these things are just. And for those four occupations, it is because we Ayitians are the reason physical bondage en mass (slavery) no longer exist and when we put an end to your filty religion in the caribbeans, you people will not be abe to terrorize the world any longer. P.S. All U.S. occupations are base on racist and hateful intentions. No one in their right mind would believe that a supreme terrorist nation like the United states, built on atrocities and slavery would ever do anything else but terrorize people.
Walter

Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos Islands

#8 Apr 16, 2008
Joey I'm shock to know that this day and age the USA still has such ignorant racist idiots like you. Haiti like any other country (CUBA) has it share of problem.
MCH

Nassau, Bahamas

#9 Apr 16, 2008
The Bahamas and Turks and Caicos are some of the only countries to taken in large amounts, and sympatise with illegal Haitians. The USA can help out more but they won't because of racism. Since the first revolution and the days of Papa Doc on Inagua island bahamas. But some Haitians still have a very bitter and sometimes envious attitude towards Bahamians and Turks and Caicans. A haitian friend of mine told me that many of the Haitian migrants to the DR brought problems to themselves because they behave badly in the DR republic. He lived there for a while and now has a trade. I don't believe most haitians brought problems to themselves. I'm some of the first to sympatise with and defend Haitians. Many of my fathers friend and co-workers are haitians and my sister in law is half haitian. Most recently I had a negative experience with a haitian lady. She had negative feelings and things to say and also hidden jealousy. Overall I still don't judge all people the same even if they do it to me.

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