Haitian protesters trade food riots for jobs
The demonstrators who ignited last month's violent protests against rising food prices in Haiti have accepted U.S.-sponsored jobs rather than follow through on a threat to launch new riots.Full Story
#1 May 14, 2008
what don't they do their own agriculture?
why they don't they turn to God?
why don't they hurting each other?
why can't Preval improve the school system in haiti?
why can't help each child develop for haiti get out of proverty?
why do they accept charity from every corner of this world?
why, why, why, why,.........
Since: Mar 08
#2 May 14, 2008
I suggest you read "The Uses of Haiti" by Paul Farmer and you will find the answers to all of your questions, so you will not continue to blame the victims in this situation.
#3 May 14, 2008
Give Preval a chance. He is by far the best President that Haiti has had since before baby doc.
Perhaps now Haiti can select a PM who represents Haiti rather than the Donors. Suggest EP resign from the IDB. He does not appear to have much sense when dealing with the political process.
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