Posted November 3, 2010
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HUMOUR/CARICATURES AND MUCH MORE
NOTE: Necklacing or necklace: The practice of summary execution carried out by forcing a used rubber tire, with petrol, around a victim's chest, arms or neck, and setting it on fire. The victim, assume his or her body is not or badly mutilated, may take up to 20 minutes to die, suffering severe burns in the process. Before Haiti (where it was rather referred to as or proudly called Père Lebrun, long after a tire merchant appeared in television commercials with one of his goods of the same nature around his neck), during the bloodthirsty dictatorship of Aristide, the first recorded instance took place in Uitenhage, South Africa on March 23, 1985 when African National Congress (ANC) supporters killed a councilor who was accused of being a collaborator of the Apartheid regime.
More, in Haiti Père can also mean a Roman Catholic father or priest. Attempts were made by a priest named Joachim Samedi to promote, with great fanfare, Père Lebrun to Bishop Lebrun. "The reasons why," he said, with certitude, "Père Lebrun did such a good job, now it is time for it to be duly promoted until it can thereafter become a cardinal, and why not ultimately pope."
Now, President Michel Joseph Martelly, no more Sweet Micky, the diaper wearing carnival king
Dr. Jean-Bertrand "Titid" Aristide (right, below) is now in the process of identifying or determining the nature and cause of a disease through an examination of Haitian presidential candidate, Mirlande H. Manigat (center). The latter, "I'm convinced that the pathological condition that happens to unfortunately determine my quality of health, in the negative terms, is terminal; I do not, in part or in full, want my lovely Leslie (Professor Manigat, to be precise) to become a widower. Please Doc., anything you are capable of doing so I may cease to suffer from a medical condition (I'm not inclined to be just a grossly incompetent, corrupt to the teeth Haitian president like guys named Aristide and Preval), as abnormal and harmful as this one is, will certainly be greatly appreciated." Haiti's outgoing dictator Rene Preval (R) was the first patient whose medical condition compelled immediate action or attention. Review of laboratory data showed that he was a "super-alcoholic or a person, not of nature public speakers, who consumed alcoholic beverages (Tafia or Haitian homemade rum, for example) distilled at a high proof in the wee hours of the night."
Haiti thugs, what are their crimes against the Haitian people, the international community, which has donated billions of dollars of its taxpayers' monies to the still dirt- poor Caribbean nation?
"I'm back, in fact to further steal from the very poor or dirt-poor Haitians, especially the cholera suffering people, the earthquake victims. Oh! My God! I heard the international community has billions of dollars for them. I can always tell those useful idiots people "bourik congo" (stupid) tales, such as "Tim tim bwa seche", the very effective opium that I always use to convince them to also lend credence to all of my other lies. Oho! Ya! I can now purchase myself more expensive suits, chatter more jets; also, buying more sunglasses so I can see my beautiful Minouch (Mildred Trouillot Aristide) or wife better - not you dirty, filthy people of the ghettos." Jean-Bertrand Aristide, former bloodthirsty maniac Haitian president who was inclined to be for life, shortly thereafter divinely appointed myself monarch. More
"I'm back, in fact to further steal from the very poor or dirt-poor Haitians, especially the cholera suffering people, the earthquake victims. Oh! My God! I heard the international community has billions of dollars for them. I can always tell those useful idiots people "bourik congo" (stupid) tales, such as "Tim tim bwa seche", the very effective opium that I always use to convince them to also lend credence to all of my other lies. Oho! Ya! I can now purchase myself more expensive suits, chatter more jets; also, buying more sunglasses so I can see my beautiful Minouch (Mildred Trouillot Aristide) or wife better - not you dirty, filthy people of the ghettos." Jean-Bertrand Aristide, former bloodthirsty maniac Haitian president who was inclined to be for life, shortly thereafter divinely appointed myself monarch.
Oh, My God! Haitian presidential contender Mirlande H. Manigat, 70 (center, below), now a hip hop superstar
When one of Haiti's former venal dictators, Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier, says "I'm now at home, in Haiti; I don't drink hard like the guy down there, dictator Preval; I'm simply enjoying myself; I'm must be with my people, including the inhabitants of my late mother Simone Ovide Duvalier's middle size city of birth, Léogâne."
"I, deposed venal tyrant Jean-Bertrand Aristide, ready to return to Haiti from exile in South Africa; you see, my bags are packed; I certainly will have unpleasant words for the imperialists who kidnapped me in 2004, ingrate tyrant Preval; I sure will not forget this one, 'Baby Doc' criminal, too."
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|Haitian President Lady Rene Preval, a
female who is not of nature
public speakers, is reputed for drinking alcoholic beverages distilled at a
high proof for breakfast. The American financial firm, American Express, in one
of its many commercials urges those in possession of its credit card not to
leave home without it. Preval herself rather says "Don't leave home without
your Haitian bottle of rum barbancourt," as you can visualize above.
What about Madame Jean-Bertrand Aristide? She is a former deposed murderous dictator who went as far as as urging her bandits to violently terminate the lives of even those suspected of being democracy advocates, human rights defenders. Often, used car tires were placed around victims' necks after their bodies were mutilated. Their corpses or carcasses, which burning speed was determined by the quantity of gasoline poured on them, were ultimately consumed by flames after matches used.
Old girlie, senior citizen Boniface Alexandre was a say-nothing-acting-Haitian-president (204-206). Her prime minister, Gerard "Gros Gerard" or "Big Gerard," always did all of the talking, as they say in the vernacular. The latter could not help promote the virtues of democracy (free elections, for example) during his tenure. Ironically, he (was part of a delegation) recently voyaged to Ivory Coast to lecture (in French) citizens of that once peaceful, but long troubled western African country, about the principles of social equality and respect for the individual within a community. "We are here," he eloquently said, "to review the democratic progress made over the pass five years." Unfortunately, absolutely nothing of the same was said about his native nation of Haiti, especially his two-year tenure. Oh, my God! He is sure the wrong democracy teacher.
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