US deports more than 250 Haitians

US deports more than 250 Haitians

There are 236 comments on the Appleton Post-Crescent story from Dec 5, 2011, titled US deports more than 250 Haitians. In it, Appleton Post-Crescent reports that:

Jacob Kushner reported this story in Haiti and Florida. He produced this story for the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting, with additional reporting for the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism, where he formerly worked as an intern.

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cate02

Fairview, NJ

#124 Nov 5, 2012
cateo02orisitateo wrote:
Who wants a dominican woman? For what? Hear what the world think of Dominican women. My friends call them beautiful pieces of Shit. Look good nothing else. Speaking of ignorance read your comments. Take your Indio was somewhere else.
Haiti exports poverty you export prostitution drugs and other crimes.
Haiti,exports poverty,disease,ignorance,drug s and fugly people which is why nobody would take a haitian woman even for free! The South American soldiers in Haiti don't believe in bestiality so they avoid Haitian women who apart from being triple baggers smell so bad they would make a skunk cry!
cateoorisitateo

Hilton Head Island, SC

#125 Nov 5, 2012
Howe come these fugly women have mixed babies. STOP the bull. The lighter the man or woman the darker they want their meat.
Those same guys go to Dr and come back and trash Dominican women. You want me to repeat what they say. those same guys do the same thing in Haiti on a lower scale.
Ok.
cate02

Yonkers, NY

#126 Nov 5, 2012
cateoorisitateo wrote:
Howe come these fugly women have mixed babies. STOP the bull. The lighter the man or woman the darker they want their meat.
Those same guys go to Dr and come back and trash Dominican women. You want me to repeat what they say. those same guys do the same thing in Haiti on a lower scale.
Ok.
Funny how Haitians in cyberspace all have businesses ,all travel extensively and all are supposedly multilingual (multi-illiterate) yet when you meet real life Haitians they are usually dumb ignorant peasants with a Napoleon complex!

So again ,we have one backwards third world country and next door we have people who are so backwards they actually risk all to enter said third world nation...what does that make Haiti?? a 9th world nation or a suburb of Hades! DR has many problems that need to be corrected and we focus on DR ,but Haitians either fantasize about Haitian greatness or look at other nations issues because deep down they know Haiti's problems are severe and the human material is so socially and culturally backwards that only a foreign occupation of at least 50 years could hope to fix Haiti because Haitians obviously cannot!
cate02ispepe

Hilton Head Island, SC

#127 Nov 6, 2012
You're our dumping ground but you should be mad at your business class.
Dr is more developed then Haiti. Better infrastructure and your business class provide bare minimum for its people. Haitian business class does nothing for its people. I said it. You're the one living in a fanntasy if you think the days of Trujillo policy will come backl comeck.
Go to the colleges in the cities and you'll see Haitians trying to better themselves thru education
Go to the prisons in big cities and you'll see Dominicans trying to move up by making fast money.
cate02

Yonkers, NY

#129 Nov 8, 2012
cate02ispepe wrote:
You're our dumping ground but you should be mad at your business class.
Dr is more developed then Haiti. Better infrastructure and your business class provide bare minimum for its people. Haitian business class does nothing for its people. I said it. You're the one living in a fanntasy if you think the days of Trujillo policy will come backl comeck.
Go to the colleges in the cities and you'll see Haitians trying to better themselves thru education
Go to the prisons in big cities and you'll see Dominicans trying to move up by making fast money.
I guess you haven't seen the prisons in South Miami and Montreal Canada.....
cate02ispepe

Hilton Head Island, SC

#130 Nov 8, 2012
You're right. Now Let's look at the number of Dominicans kicked out of America after 3 strikes and that of Haitians.
Thank god prostitutes aren't kicked out that number would triple.
Truth hurts
PITIful

Yonkers, NY

#131 Nov 28, 2012
cate02ispepe wrote:
You're right. Now Let's look at the number of Dominicans kicked out of America after 3 strikes and that of Haitians.
Thank god prostitutes aren't kicked out that number would triple.
Truth hurts
A significant number of Dominican Americans are young, first generation immigrants without a higher education, since many hailed from the country's rural areas. Second generation Dominican Americans are overwhelmingly more educated than their first generation counterparts, a condition reflected in their higher incomes and employment in professional or skilled occupations. Over 21% of all second-generation Dominican Americans have college degrees, slightly below the average for all Americans (24%) but significantly higher than U.S.-born Mexican Americans (14%) and U.S.-born Puerto Rican Americans (9%).[12]
[edit]Participation in U.S. politics
Over two dozen Dominican Americans are elected local or state legislators, mayors or other in New York, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Maryland, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania.[13] Dr. Eduardo J. Sanchez was the Commissioner of Health for the state of Texas from 2001 to 2006,[14] and New York Secretary of State Lorraine Cortés-Vázquez, of Puerto Rican and Dominican descent, has held her post since 2007.[15]
The electoral participation of Dominicans in the United States may improve as a result of the 1994 approval of dual citizenship by the Dominican legislature, which makes it easier for migrants to become U.S. citizens without relinquishing their Dominican nationality. A 1997 Dominican law, which took effect in 2004, allows Dominicans living abroad to retain their Dominican citizenship and voting rights, even if they become citizens of another country.[citation needed] Traditionally, Dominicans living in the United States are passionately involved in politics "back home", but unlike other Hispanic or Latino national groups, such as Cuban Americans and Mexican Americans, they are not as inclined to take an active part in U.S. politics, partly because many dream of eventually returning back to the island nation.[16]

A sufrir piti!!
dognes

Pittsburgh, PA

#132 Nov 29, 2012
youtube.com/watch... …… USA now deport 250 Mexicans,,,,keep deporting them
cateoispepe

Jersey City, NJ

#133 Dec 4, 2012
PITIful wrote:
<quoted text>
A significant number of Dominican Americans are young, first generation immigrants without a higher education, since many hailed from the country's rural areas. Second generation Dominican Americans are overwhelmingly more educated than their first generation counterparts, a condition reflected in their higher incomes and employment in professional or skilled occupations. Over 21% of all second-generation Dominican Americans have college degrees, slightly below the average for all Americans (24%) but significantly higher than U.S.-born Mexican Americans (14%) and U.S.-born Puerto Rican Americans (9%).[12]
[edit]Participation in U.S. politics
Over two dozen Dominican Americans are elected local or state legislators, mayors or other in New York, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Maryland, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania.[13] Dr. Eduardo J. Sanchez was the Commissioner of Health for the state of Texas from 2001 to 2006,[14] and New York Secretary of State Lorraine Cortés-Vázquez, of Puerto Rican and Dominican descent, has held her post since 2007.[15]
The electoral participation of Dominicans in the United States may improve as a result of the 1994 approval of dual citizenship by the Dominican legislature, which makes it easier for migrants to become U.S. citizens without relinquishing their Dominican nationality. A 1997 Dominican law, which took effect in 2004, allows Dominicans living abroad to retain their Dominican citizenship and voting rights, even if they become citizens of another country.[citation needed] Traditionally, Dominicans living in the United States are passionately involved in politics "back home", but unlike other Hispanic or Latino national groups, such as Cuban Americans and Mexican Americans, they are not as inclined to take an active part in U.S. politics, partly because many dream of eventually returning back to the island nation.[16]
A sufrir piti!!
You proves my point. Anyone can google the information. Internet is the Great equalizer. Knowledge Is king
PITIful

Yonkers, NY

#134 Dec 4, 2012
cateoispepe wrote:
<quoted text>
You proves my point. Anyone can google the information. Internet is the Great equalizer. Knowledge Is king
The problem with the internet is to be able to sift through the garbage and find the real items but for that you would need to be realistic and be able to use common sense ,both qualities seriously lacking in the Haitian psyche which prefers the fantasies of greatness and turning a blind eye to reality .
Unfortunately for Haiti we live in the real world and while Haiti may have been "great" in Fantasia with a "King" and an "Emperor" (both without a real KINGDOM)but in the real world Haiti only worked well when the French made your ancestors work with their savage mistreatment,ever since then it has been steadily downhill .I understand why in such a dire reality it is preferable to live in Fantasia but nothing will change until you as a nation stop believing in fairy tales.The truth is most Haitians care more about appearance than reality and care very little for the man on the street preferring to cover up truth so as not to tarnish their fantasies.
PITIful!
africhaiti

United States

#135 Dec 5, 2012
repelling races unmix
oral roberts

Warwick, RI

#136 Dec 5, 2012
Imagine the smell from those deported. Our air quality just shot up a few points.
cateoispepe

United States

#137 Dec 6, 2012
PITIful wrote:
<quoted text>
The problem with the internet is to be able to sift through the garbage and find the real items but for that you would need to be realistic and be able to use common sense ,both qualities seriously lacking in the Haitian psyche which prefers the fantasies of greatness and turning a blind eye to reality .
Unfortunately for Haiti we live in the real world and while Haiti may have been "great" in Fantasia with a "King" and an "Emperor" (both without a real KINGDOM)but in the real world Haiti only worked well when the French made your ancestors work with their savage mistreatment,ever since then it has been steadily downhill .I understand why in such a dire reality it is preferable to live in Fantasia but nothing will change until you as a nation stop believing in fairy tales.The truth is most Haitians care more about appearance than reality and care very little for the man on the street preferring to cover up truth so as not to tarnish their fantasies.
PITIful!
LOL. Balaguer education at its best. Applause. I never read a blog that says haitians are dillusional unless its written by a dominican. I forgive your ignorance and hostillity i know youre preconditioned. Like the hatfields and mccoy you hate and repeat dr propoganda as the truth.
PITIful

Yonkers, NY

#138 Dec 6, 2012
cateoispepe wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL. Balaguer education at its best. Applause. I never read a blog that says haitians are dillusional unless its written by a dominican. I forgive your ignorance and hostillity i know youre preconditioned. Like the hatfields and mccoy you hate and repeat dr propoganda as the truth.
I PITY you and your people for you are in DENIAL .No matter that Haitian atrocities in DR started way before Balaguer and that if you conducted a poll around the world asking about totally screwed up nations ,Haiti would poll very high ...You still prefer to believe the oral traditions of a mainly illiterate nation which teaches you fools that you are special and that you are a gift to humanity and of course the occupation of DR and 5 subsequent genocidal invasions were a "humanitarian mission" but you can stay in your fantasy dude but someday you may wake up and smell the awful stench of reality..

PITIful

“Pancakes and eggs...”

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#139 Dec 6, 2012
this is a very very odd topic...

But I don't think 'jean' or 'the truth' is racist...

I don't think color matters to them...
From their writings...I can tell wht matters to them is 'behavior'...

And I think its the behavior of the Haitians where they live...that they're troubled by...
cateoispepe

Hilton Head Island, SC

#140 Dec 7, 2012
PITIful wrote:
<quoted text>
I PITY you and your people for you are in DENIAL .No matter that Haitian atrocities in DR started way before Balaguer and that if you conducted a poll around the world asking about totally screwed up nations ,Haiti would poll very high ...You still prefer to believe the oral traditions of a mainly illiterate nation which teaches you fools that you are special and that you are a gift to humanity and of course the occupation of DR and 5 subsequent genocidal invasions were a "humanitarian mission" but you can stay in your fantasy dude but someday you may wake up and smell the awful stench of reality..
PITIful
Dont ask poor Dominicans to take the poll. Ask educated people and ask them why is haiti screwed up and they will give you facts. In 2012 everyone has access to information. The same people that separated the island are the same one uniting the island again. Investments are flowing into Haiti. Haiti is being pulled into the international community minus lies and slander.
You and your ilk live in your own fantasies. Duarte will be removed from your history books and the founding father of the island will get their due for taking the chains of the neck and ankles of blacks. Too bad the great tainos didn't do the same. Jim Jones, mason, koresh mentallity
fourthinprostitu tion

United States

#141 Dec 7, 2012
PITIful wrote:
<quoted text>
A significant number of Dominican Americans are young, first generation immigrants without a higher education, since many hailed from the country's rural areas. Second generation Dominican Americans are overwhelmingly more educated than their first generation counterparts, a condition reflected in their higher incomes and employment in professional or skilled occupations. Over 21% of all second-generation Dominican Americans have college degrees, slightly below the average for all Americans (24%) but significantly higher than U.S.-born Mexican Americans (14%) and U.S.-born Puerto Rican Americans (9%).[12]
[edit]Participation in U.S. politics
Over two dozen Dominican Americans are elected local or state legislators, mayors or other in New York, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Maryland, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania.[13] Dr. Eduardo J. Sanchez was the Commissioner of Health for the state of Texas from 2001 to 2006,[14] and New York Secretary of State Lorraine Cortés-Vázquez, of Puerto Rican and Dominican descent, has held her post since 2007.[15]
The electoral participation of Dominicans in the United States may improve as a result of the 1994 approval of dual citizenship by the Dominican legislature, which makes it easier for migrants to become U.S. citizens without relinquishing their Dominican nationality. A 1997 Dominican law, which took effect in 2004, allows Dominicans living abroad to retain their Dominican citizenship and voting rights, even if they become citizens of another country.[citation needed] Traditionally, Dominicans living in the United States are passionately involved in politics "back home", but unlike other Hispanic or Latino national groups, such as Cuban Americans and Mexican Americans, they are not as inclined to take an active part in U.S. politics, partly because many dream of eventually returning back to the island nation.[16]
A sufrir piti!!
5000 Deported every year. 25% Of prison population in upstate ny. Fourth in sexual tourism.
Stop talking doodoo
stop being so selfish

Brooklyn, NY

#142 Dec 19, 2012
after everything been going on here last thing we need right now is a bunch of nasty stupid ignorant haitians so-called thugs from haiti in the community I've said it before and I will say it again and I will continue to say it continue to clean up leftover trash in the community I'm MR.truth and I approve this message I'm glad to hear that it takes outsiders to actually get anything done in haiti what a shame I hope it last for a change
stop being so selfish

Brooklyn, NY

#143 Dec 22, 2012
tragedy after tragedy earthquakes hurrecane sandy and now the school tragedy among them twenty precious little children you don't have to be a parent to feel the pain,after all these tragedy's last thing the community need right now is a bunch of nasty stupid ignorant haitians so-called thugs from haiti I have said it many times before more than hundred times and I will continue to say it continue to clean up leftover trash in the community by booted them from the country the policy is in place use it I'm MR.truth and I approve this message by the way I'm glad to hear that it take outsides to actually get anything done in haiti it's a good thing because you people are too corrupt too selfish too greedy to get anything done please don't hate MR.truth I'm just telling the truth respect is something that you earned
stop being so selfish

Brooklyn, NY

#144 Jan 23, 2013
I wanted to talk about the big truck if I may millions of you sneaked into the big truck by banana boat millions of you pay thousands of dollars just to get in the big truck millions of you pay thousands of dollars just to stay in the big truck millions of you have been waiting more than ten years just to get in the big truck thousands of you drowned just to get in the big truck the big truck have renewed the TPS twice for eighteen months for thousands of illegal haitian to stay in the big truck after the earthquake the big truck went to haiti to provide clean water system for thousands of haitian in many part of the country while your so-called haitian officials did nothing to help government needs to be accountable get the so-called haitian officials to create job and clean water system in the island for a changed one hundred and ten thousand haitian are waiting in haiti right now to get in the big truck and you people have the nerve and audacity to criticized the big truck you people are rude mean corrupt greedy and ungrateful the thing about these people they usually wait after they get their green card to talk like that and terrorizing the community continue to booted them from the big truck have a nice day

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