Stockholm / Rome, Sep0 (IPS) – I believe channel surfing and internet browsing contribute to a decrease in people’s attention span. I’m not familiar with any scientific evidence, although while working as a teacher I’ve noticed that some students can get tired when five minutes of a lesson are cut short and they start pointing fingers at their smartphones. They can also complain if a text is more than half a page, when it seems almost impossible to read a book.
Maybe we are all unable to keep the focus. For a while, Afghanistan overshadowed the media stream, although interest faded when the tragic scenes at Kabul airport were no more. The new disaster is waiting for world media attention.
Haiti comes to mind and disappears in the blink of an eye. Most recently, we agreed with a picture of how U.S. horse patrols on the Mexican border were roaming among Haitian immigrants, reminding us of how fugitive slaves were caught 150 years ago. Three days later, the U.S. special envoy to Haiti resigned in protest of the ongoing large-scale, forcible repatriation of Haitian immigrants to their homeland, which has been devastated by civil war and natural disasters. Daniel Foote was appointed after the assassination of the President of Haiti. His resignation reflects deep concern for Washington’s lack of interest in improving the situation in Haiti:
“I would not associate the United States with the reverse decision to deport inhumane, thousands of Haitian refugees and illegal immigrants to Haiti, a country where American officials are limited in compound protection because of the risk to the daily lives of armed gangs. Our policy approach to Haiti remains deeply flawed, and my policy recommendations have been ignored and rejected, while not edited to present a narrative different from my own.
The deportation of Haitians is one of the fastest, mass expulsions. The United States is currently accepting thousands of Afghans while sending Haitians to a country where the humanitarian crisis is closely linked to US interventionist policies; Military occupation and interference in internal affairs, often with the support of dictators. The Haitian president is facing the assassination of his president in July, facing an increase in gang violence, while about 4. million million people, or about per cent of its population, are suffering from acute food insecurity. August 14 – Earthquake hits Haiti; At least 2,200 people were killed, more than 12,200 injured, at least 137,500 buildings were damaged or destroyed and an estimated 650,000 people are currently in need of help. Three days after the disaster, a tropical storm disrupted access to water, shelter and other basic services, while floods and mudslides exacerbated the situation for already vulnerable families.
Haiti is one of the most populous countries in the world. The population density in the United States is 70 people per square mile, in Cuba 235 people, and in Haiti the population density is about 600 people per square mile. Agriculture is not producing enough to feed a population agitated by political instability, associated with a small, but highly influential political and economic elite, often backed by foreign stakeholders. The international community, which historically thinks of Haiti through a lens distorted by racism and ambiguity, is not doing much to alleviate a worsening situation, launching immigration movements toward countries like the US, which the government has clearly assumed will solve the problem.
We need to invest in education and health, as well as support sustainable income-generating initiatives, while strengthening government institutions for human development for all sectors of society. Immigration may not be the only way to break Haiti’s discipline, but it does help বর্তমানে currently, 5 percent of Haiti’s GDP is made up of approximately .. 3 billion worth of remittances paid by expatriates each year.
The recently assassinated President Jovenal Moss was not originally a member of the elite elite, but an entrepreneur who acted outside the political arena. He developed an agricultural project to produce organic bananas and partnered with Mulligan Water, a US-based global water treatment company, to set up a water plant to distribute drinking water in northern Haiti. In 2017, Moyes participated in the general election as a platform for universal education and healthcare, as well as a platform for energy reform, rule of law, sustainable employment and environmental protection. He won by a narrow margin. Since then numerous roads have been built, reconstructed and paved. Haiti’s second-largest hydropower plant and several agricultural reservoirs have been built, which generate electricity and water to increase agricultural production.
Protests against the Mossi regime have escalated, allegations of widespread corruption and continued neglect of damage caused by the 2010 earthquake, which killed more than 200,000 people and left 1.5 million homeless. This natural disaster was preceded by a hurricane that destroyed 70 percent of Haiti’s crops in 2008. In 2016, Hurricane Matthew was almost devastating.
The dangers of the Moss government were hidden among the rich, small and powerful members Elite And not least – a growing horrific crime syndicate. One of them is led by former police officer Jimmy Charzier, aka Barbecue G9 and family, A criminal federation of nine powerful gangs in the Haitian capital.
Carizia is reported to have backed Moss’s team, Nodded, And being supported by corrupt members of the police force. After backing several armed attacks on rival gangs and innocent people who live in fear of extortion, arson, theft and rape by her thugs, Cherizia has denied all political ties and called for a “popular uprising”, marching with her people. Its slums La salineSophisticated weapons at the time of public disclosure.
Even if Jovenel Mois describes criminal gangs as Haiti’s “own ghost,” his government’s actions have been considered insignificant. Moyes declared: “We prioritize dialogue, even in our fight against bandits and factions. I am the president of all Haitians, good and bad.”
So far, individuals have been arrested on charges of involvement in the killing of Mosi, while the fugitive is a former official of the Justice Ministry’s anti-corruption unit. Haitian police say 226 Colombians and two Haitian Americans were involved in the killings. The Colombians were all ex-soldiers. Retired Colombian military personnel are currently employed by security agencies around the world, who value their training and combat experience. Moss’s killers were allegedly hired by a vague, self-proclaimed doctor, Christian Sanon, a US company. Corporate training is limitless (CTU). No explanation was given as to how a man with a meager income and 400 400,000 could be the mastermind behind a complex and costly plot to assassinate the Haitian president. Another twist in the story is that Haiti’s interim prime minister, neurosurgeon and former health minister, Ariel Henry, recently fired his justice minister because he supported a prosecutor seeking charges against Henry in connection with Mossi’s murder. Everything is shrouded in mystery.
It’s easy to explain why Haitians come to the U.S.-Mexican border. After the devastating earthquake in 2010, a number of Haitians flocked to Brazil, which was partially attracted by a building boom with Brazil at the 201 building World Cup and the 2016 2016 Olympics. When those works dried up, several construction workers moved to other Latin American countries, especially Chile. Others crossed the border into the Dominican Republic, now home to about 1 million Haitians. Strict immigration policies have now been implemented across Latin America, as Haitians move to the United States, fearing misery awaits them if they return to their poor homeland. About 19,000 unauthorized immigrants, mainly Haitians, are stranded in Colombia, trying to enter Panama, and continue to Mexico, where about 12,000 immigrants are waiting to be processed by U.S. immigration agents, who will likely refuse entry.
Or historically, the small island nation of Haiti was important to America. In 1804, it became the first independent republic of the United States after the United States. Despite winning the war of independence, Haiti was forced to pay compensation to France, a debt that was paid until 1947. One-third of newly imported Africans die within a few years, and the “buy better than bread” policy keeps the slave population young and limited. After independence, mainly sugarcane was an export oriented mono-cultivation. Through land reform, family-based smallholder subsistence farming was transformed and the population grew rapidly. Haiti suffered from an ineffective black government of non-recognition in Europe in the 1830s, and was adopted as a nation by the United States and other American countries until the late 1860s, when it was constantly portrayed as barbaric and barbaric.
In 1822, Haiti conquered the Spanish part of the island, abolishing slavery there. President Boyer welcomed 1,000,000 U.S. ex-slaves, as well as political exiles from the United States. He provided Simon Bolivar with 1,000 rifles, weapons, supplies, a printing press, and hundreds of Haitian soldiers to support him in his efforts to “liberate Latin America” and abolish slavery. Between 1915 and 1935, the United States occupied Haiti, killing thousands of Haitians and causing numerous human rights violations, including torture, the death penalty, and forced labor. Like most colonial colonial and exploitative enterprises, the profession was preserved as a “civilization process.”
Painting, sculpture, dance and music have always been rich in Haiti. It was the Creole culture that emerged among the exiled Haitians in New Orleans that influenced the creation of jazz, which has had such a huge impact on American culture ever since. And while listening to the depressing news about the plight of those Haitians, it may be advisable to enjoy the works of great Haitian writers, such as Jack Romen, Stephen Alexis and Renেনে Depestre, and the minimalist women writers like Marie Viax-Chavet and Edwij Dantikat. A focus is worth the effort, especially since it increases our knowledge of the problems plaguing Haiti. It is hoped that such a reading will increase the international community’s understanding of the plight of Haitians and contribute to ending its long suffering.
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