Reading the psyche of a militant

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Michel Nau_

Reading the psyche of a militant

Post by Michel Nau_ » Thu Feb 02, 2006 7:32 pm

Yon militant di:
Kidonk, jodi a, dwa granmoun Ayiti menase. Men, si noumenm Ayisyen nou pran yon atitid manfouben devan menas sa a, se suiside nou suiside tèt nou. Brothers and sisters! Haiti's Sovereignty is in jeopardy! But if we Haitians are having a cavalier attitude toward this important issue, soon, we will be losing our identity and without a country.

The militant usually use scary tactics to create panic amongst the population and to more easily spread their propaganda. When people panic, it is easier to gain their confidence.

Li kontinuye pale:
Kote mwen gen pwoblèm ak ou, se lè ou makonnen koze sekirite ak koze dwa granmoun nan, tankou se yon twokay nou sètoblije fè. Bay youn pou nou ka gen lòt la. Epoutan, daprè sa reyalite sou teren an montre relasyon ant 2 bagay sa yo pa kanpe konsa. Where I don'
t agree with you is when you are mixing security with sovereignty, like we have to trade one for the other. The Reality in Haiti shows differently.

What the militant would not tell and admit is that the UN peacekeepers were requested by the Haitian authority from the past and present. Since 1915 after the first US occupation of Haiti, none foreign troupes touch the soil of Haiti without its government's request or the approval of the UN organization which Haiti is a member.

E li di anko:
Se ensekirite a menm ki sèvi eskiz pou kolon mache sou dwa granmoun nou. The International Community uses the insecurity as a pretext to invade and violate Haiti's sovereignty.
Like brainwashing the mind of the people to create resentment toward the UN peacekeepers, the words “kolon, and sovereignty” are being repeated over and over and over like a broken record! This is brainwashing at its best!!


What is so important about this country for the UN to spend close to 1 Billion Dollars a year? The militant will tell you that they are stupid, but he would not tell you may be the UN members care about 8 million human beings living in a place where people are killing each other for money or/and political power.

E li kontiniye pale:
Se pa lekontrè. Kidonk, kolon an gen enterè alimante ensekirite pou li ka jistifye prezans li nan peyi a. It's not the opposite. So therefore, the “white man” welcomes, and encourages insecurity to justify his being there.
And the brainwashing continues…. Kolon and insecurity in the same sentence.

This is how the militant operates! And if a sympathizer dares questioning the importance of having security for his family and his country as opposes to sovereignty, he could publicly reprimand and verbally attack for questioning authority.

He will not hesitate to say that our sovereignty is non negotiable, a
nd tell any one that his way of thinking makes non-sense!! We need to keep our sovereignty by any means necessary even under insecurity and violence.

He is not afraid to attack his fellow militants who dare questioning, or get out of line by taking donation from the kolon.
He would not hesitate to question their integrity and expose them publicly as “sold out”.
He would not hesitate to go against his own principles (he thinks that he can do it, but others are prohibited to do so.) to take side of a conservative at the expenses of a liberal.
That happened in Canada, and in Florida. He is vicious and unscrupulous.

In the psyche of the militant, he would like to see Haiti destroy completely under the UN Peacekeeping Mission to show the world that Haiti is a complete failure and the UN/white men failed in their mission, to restore democracy in Haiti.

What he has done to appease the violence in Haiti?
Does he have in Haiti some kind of “Guardian Ange
ls”, community vigilantes to protect peaceful citizens of Cite Soleil against gang violence?

They just want the country destroy and chase out the UN on the name of Sovereignty.
Then what?
May be he will set his compass, and sail toward Cuba and Venezuela for help.

So therefore his ideology for Haiti is: It is better to lose our sovereignty with communist countries than the US.

What guaranty that he has that Haiti could be better off under communist regime?
Is Haiti ready to be a communist country?
What would the future of Haiti looks like under these conditions?
What would be the reaction/relationship of the Diaspora (Haitian-Americans, Haitian-Canadians etc...) toward Haiti under a communist regime?

Tout moun gen dwa etan Ayisiyen konpetan e konsiyan gade a dwat e gade a goch pou yo chache solisiyon pou pep Ayisiyen an e fok yo fe li san emotion e pasiyon san joure e san kont.
Poze tet nou anpil anpil
, anpil kestiyon, pou'm jwenn solusiyon e pami solusiyon sa yo, chwazi sak pibon yo.

Fok nou sonje ke Diaspora yo fe pati e ap viv nan peyi kapitalis yo tou, e saki pired la memm militant yo kap mande destriksiyon regim kapitalis yo ap viv, bwe, manje, edike tet yo ak fanmi yo nan yon peyi kapitalis.

Memm si Cuba ou biyen Venezuela ta bayo sitizen gratis pou yo vinn viv lakay yo, yo pap prale!!!
Kidonk nou kap we kle jiska kel poiyen moun sa yo pouse odas yo.
Se moun sa yo kap fe nou konpran ke kk poul se be.
Se moun sa yo kap fe nou konpran ke kk je se linet.

Yap domi reve, imajine,estomake bel revolisiyon bab e muchtach ideolojik e bel siga nan diyol pou pep defavorize, tandis ke yo memm yap viv realite nan peyi kolon an kan kou esklav modernize.
Yo naturalize yo kolon, pitit yo kolon, yo tout paye tax kolon ke yo di kap toupizi ti pep yo.
Put your Money where your mouth is! Go and join the people's struggle!

Dapre opiniyon pa mwen
, jwen yon mwayen kanpe nan mitan 2 demon sa yo san ke yo pa manje nou ta meiye solisiyon pou peyi a.
Min fok nou gen lider ki kap fe bon ekilib pou kanpe e balanse sou kod red sa nan mitan 2 extrem sa yo..
Si se pasa, si sekous kod la fet sou bo dwat la ou biyen sou bo goch la, lider nou yo si yo pa gen bon ekilib, yap tombe kan kou domino ou biyen jwet kat.

Nou fini pa remake ke kou deta pa mete inifom kkjako sou yo anko ! li vinn pli modernize kouniye la. Jwet la dirije e opere lot bo dlo e telegide nan lari potoprins.
Yon ti krik ti krak, yon governman tombe e se biyen lontan apre nap chache pou'm we ki yes moun sa yo ki te deye kou deta sa.

Se pa le chwal la finn sove ale ke nap rele anweee femin bariye a !!!

Michel

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Woah

Post by Ezili Danto » Fri Feb 03, 2006 1:58 am

Talk about scary!!!!

Michel Nau_

Post by Michel Nau_ » Fri Feb 03, 2006 8:22 am

Yes indeed, Ezili!

We Haitians are in the middle of a crossroad.
Which way to go and who is qualified to take us to the promise land without being eaten by one of those 2 evils?
How to come up with a Haitian solution without pledging allegiance to anyone of them?
Your input is always welcome.

Thanks

Michel

Gelin_

Re: Reading the psyche of a militant

Post by Gelin_ » Fri Feb 03, 2006 9:56 am

[quote]Yon militant di:
Kidonk, jodi a, dwa granmoun Ayiti menase. Men, si noumenm Ayisyen nou pran yon atitid manfouben devan menas sa a, se suiside nou suiside tèt nou. Brothers and sisters! Haiti's Sovereignty is in jeopardy! But if we Haitians are having a cavalier attitude toward this important issue, soon, we will be losing our identity and without a country.

The militant usually use scary tactics to create panic amongst the population and to more easily spread their propaganda. When people panic, it is easier to gain their confidence.

[/quote]

You could very easily replace militant by gnb, and it would mean the same. Scary tactics are shared...

gelin

Michel Nau_

Post by Michel Nau_ » Fri Feb 03, 2006 6:35 pm

Gelin wrote: [quote]You could very easily replace militant by gnb, and it would mean the same. Scary tactics are shared... [/quote]
Not that easy Gelin.
The difference is the GNBist is local. He is concerned and focus on what is going on back home. The GNBist is not against a system (capitalist or communist). He is for change in local government.
The militant however is international. He is spreading propaganda to change the world according to his ideology.
He is moving from country to country and participating in international workshops.
He is more active and part of an international network.
His service could be requested at any moment, anywhere and he has the potential and the means to scream fire in a crowded theater, or carry on suspicious activities that could be lethal to a local or international government.

And that is the scary part!!!

Michel

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Post by Michel Nau_ » Sat Feb 04, 2006 2:58 pm

Some critics say that George Bush is a militant promoting peace and democracy through fair elections which could empower one side of the society at the expense of the other.

Hugo Chavez is also a militant promoting power to the people through populist movement which call for power to the majority through autocratic means.
We don't want to pledge allegiance to either one.
Our leaders can not afford to play tit-for-tat while our country is going down the drain... We don't want our country to move from right wing dictatorship, to populist leadership, on and on, and on again.
We don't want our elite to feel that they need the support of the US Marines or the MINUSTAH to protect them, and we don't want the disfranchised Haitians to think that only a populist upraising movement will make their voice heard.

This is serving the masters, left or right!
This got to stop!
Our next president should seek to implement a [b:
15a5bc51b9]moderate platform of government which will promote an effective government to return normality to the country while working out a modus vivendi with those 2 extremists.

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Post by admin » Sat Feb 04, 2006 10:59 pm

Bin Laden is a militant too. I guess that makes George and Osama comrades in arms.

What about you, Michel... are you a militant or non-militant?

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Post by Michel Nau_ » Sun Feb 05, 2006 1:11 pm

Guy wrote: [quote]Bin Laden is a militant too. I guess that makes George and Osama comrades in arms.
What about you, Michel... are you a militant or non-militant? [/quote]

None of them is appealing to me. Bin Laden is an eccentric millionaire and a mass murderer of innocent people, remember the twin towers in New York. George Bush is as bad as he is.

This is why I consider myself a moderate. I don't like extremism, left or right!

Michel

Leonel JB

Post by Leonel JB » Sun Feb 05, 2006 4:43 pm

Michel, ou fE'm sezi wi!
Rete, mwen te panse ou t'ap di on lOt bagay.
Mon chE, konpliman
Verite sou tanbou!
leonel

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