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MessageSujet: Des progres extraordinaires qui se font dans le CREOLE HAITIEN   Des progres extraordinaires qui se font dans le CREOLE HAITIEN EmptyMar 30 Nov 2021 - 6:14

MARC ,ces articles sont pour vous.

Cet ultra reactionnaire ,ce neo-nazi qui "troll" ce site,je doute qu'il lit vraiment le CREOLE HAITIEN.

MARC;

Voici la page de LINGUISTIQUE de MIT,qui est classe presque toujours parmi les 5 meilleures universites dans le monde.

https://linguistics.mit.edu/linguistics_haiti
Aussi voici un article de loop.news qui date de 2017

https://haiti.loopnews.com/node/267464

La verite est que nous n'avons plus besoin du francais pour user comme un intermediaire.

L'intelligence artificielle est usee par GOOGLE pour traduire du CREOLE HAITIEN a n'importe quelle autre langue et vice versa.
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MessageSujet: Re: Des progres extraordinaires qui se font dans le CREOLE HAITIEN   Des progres extraordinaires qui se font dans le CREOLE HAITIEN EmptyMar 30 Nov 2021 - 10:15

Le nazi c'est toi Joel qui se cache derrière ta pseudo haitienneté, tes insultes ne me font ni chaud ni froid.. Je voulais juste te faire dévoiler ton vrai visage.... le créole est pour toi un paravent, un cache misére de ton idéologie..  Maintenant on sait qui tu es.... on le savait déjà.. mais ce coup ci, tu as mangé dans la rateliére..


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MessageSujet: Re: Des progres extraordinaires qui se font dans le CREOLE HAITIEN   Des progres extraordinaires qui se font dans le CREOLE HAITIEN EmptyMar 30 Nov 2021 - 12:33

MARC;
Voici le resultat du travail magnifique que fait le professeur MICHEL DE GRAFF avec GOOGLE.

Voici un article original du NEW YORK TIMES

t’s Terror’: In Haiti, Gangs Gain Power as Security Vacuum Grows
Gangs have long held sway in the country, but their dominance has expanded in recent years and the government has been accused of using them as tools of repression.





Members of the G9 gang protesting peacefully in July in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, over the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse.
Members of the G9 gang protesting peacefully in July in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, over the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse.Credit...Victor Moriyama for The New York Times
Catherine PorterNatalie Kitroeff
By Catherine Porter and Natalie Kitroeff
Published Oct. 21, 2021
Updated Oct. 27, 2021
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They raped women, burned homes and killed dozens of people, including children, chopping up their bodies with machetes and throwing their remains to pigs.

The gruesome massacre three years ago, considered the worst in Haiti in decades, was more than the work of rival gangs fighting over territory. It was organized by senior Haitian officials, who provided weapons and vehicles to gang members to punish people in a poor area protesting government corruption, the U.S. Treasury Department announced last year.

Since then, Haiti’s gang members have grown so strong that they rule swaths of the country. The most notorious of them, a former police officer named Jimmy Cherizier, known as Barbecue, fashions himself as a political leader, holding news conferences, leading marches and, this week, even parading around as a replacement for the prime minister in the violent capital.


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Jimmy Cherizier, who runs the G9 gang, holding a portrait of Mr. Moïse during the demonstration in July. He fashions himself as a political leader, holding news conferences and leading marches.
Jimmy Cherizier, who runs the G9 gang, holding a portrait of Mr. Moïse during the demonstration in July. He fashions himself as a political leader, holding news conferences and leading marches.Credit...Victor Moriyama for The New York Times
After gangs shot at a government convoy and shut down the official commemoration of the death of the country’s founding president on Sunday, Mr. Cherizier presided over the ceremony himself, dressed in a white three-piece suit, surrounded by cameras and masked guards with assault rifles as he laid wreaths at the site.

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“The gangs have more authority than our leaders,” said Marie Yolène Gilles, the head of a local human rights group, the Clear Eyes Foundation. “If they say, ‘Stay home,’ you stay home. If they say, ‘Go out,’ you can go out. It’s terror.”

The brazen kidnapping of 17 people with an American missionary group over the weekend, believed to have been carried out by a rival gang called 400 Mawozo, underscored the growing power of Haiti’s gangs. The kidnappers have demanded $17 million to release the hostages, and the leader of 400 Mawozo has threatened to kill them unless the ransom is paid, according to two people present when the threat was made and captured in a video recording.

“I will unload a big weapon to each of their heads,” the gang leader, Wilson Joseph, said in the video.

By some estimates, gangs now control more than half of Haiti and in some places, they operate like de facto governments, with their own courts, “police stations” and residential fees for everything from electricity to school permits.

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They have long held sway in many poor neighborhoods, but they began to gain more dominance after Jovenel Moïse was sworn in as president in 2017, experts say, fueled by the erosion of democratic institutions under his watch and his government’s deployment of gangs as tools of oppression.


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A G9 gang member in Haiti. “If they say ‘stay home,’ you stay home. If they say ‘go out,’ you can go out,” said Marie Yolène Gilles, referring to the influence of gangs in the country.
A G9 gang member in Haiti. “If they say ‘stay home,’ you stay home. If they say ‘go out,’ you can go out,” said Marie Yolène Gilles, referring to the influence of gangs in the country.Credit...Victor Moriyama for The New York Times
And while the American government and United Nations have long been aware of the growing connection between the gangs, the government and the Haitian police, they made few moves to combat the problem, partly for fear of upending what little stability Haiti had, current and former officials say.

That semblance of stability collapsed in July, when Mr. Moïse was assassinated in his bedroom in a killing that remains unsolved and has further exposed the country’s institutional weakness.

“His administration weakened the police and justice system,” Pierre Espérance, the executive director of the Haitian National Human Rights Defense Network, said of Mr. Moïse’s government. “There were no controls on the port, the border, the airport — weapons and ammunition arrive easily in Haiti. And then, they used the gangs to massacre the people in the slums.”

The attacks, he said, were attempts to secure political control in the run-up to elections in the capital region, which represents 40 percent of the country’s electorate — much of it in crowded slums.

Mr. Espérance’s organization has documented more than a dozen armed attacks by gangs since 2018, leading to the death or disappearance of more than 600 people. In many cases, those reports cite a police role in the killings, including the involvement of active officers and the use of equipment like armored cars or tear gas.

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Police taking shelter during a demonstration by the G9 gang in Port-au-Prince in July.
Police taking shelter during a demonstration by the G9 gang in Port-au-Prince in July.Credit...Victor Moriyama for The New York Times
In at least two cases, the organization highlighted the involvement of members of Mr. Moïse’s government.

None have resulted in arrests or robust investigations by the police, according to Rosy Auguste Ducéna, the network’s program director. Nor have any police officers been penalized over allegations of their involvement.

“That’s why we say the violence that is established in Haiti today is a violence of the state,” she said.

A senior official in the government of Prime Minister Ariel Henry, who was tapped by Mr. Moise and took over the nation in July, said Mr. Henry had no link to the abuses the previous administration is accused of facilitating. To the contrary, the official, who was not authorized to speak publicly, said Mr. Henry, a doctor, was brought in to clean up the mess in Haiti, and has pledged to bring justice for past massacres and make every effort to eliminate the gangs.

At the center of the allegations are Mr. Cherizier and the alliance of nine gangs he leads, known as the G9 in Family and Allies coalition. But the “intellectual architect” of the massacre in 2018 was Joseph Pierre Richard Duplan, an elected member of the president’s party who provided weapons to gang members, the Treasury Department said last December.

Witnesses described seeing Mr. Duplan admonishing gang members during the attack, a United Nations report stated, saying, “You killed too many people. That wasn’t your assignment.”

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The head of the government’s interior ministry, Fednel Monchéry, was also intimately involved, the Treasury Department said.

Both officials lost their positions almost a year later, but neither has faced charges. The police stopped Mr. Monchéry in February over an issue with his license plate, the Haitian newspaper Le Nouvelliste reported, but released him soon after.

“When the police tell us that they’re actively investigating, we can say that’s obviously false,” Ms. Ducéna said.

Last year, the Treasury Department imposed sanctions on the officials under the Global Magnitsky Human Rights Accountability Act, calling them “perpetrators of serious human rights abuse.”


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Members of the G9 gang in Port-au-Prince, the capital. Gangs began to gain more dominance after Jovenel Moïse was sworn in as president in 2017, experts say.
Members of the G9 gang in Port-au-Prince, the capital. Gangs began to gain more dominance after Jovenel Moïse was sworn in as president in 2017, experts say.Credit...Victor Moriyama for The New York Times
But the American action came after years of continued public support for Mr. Moïse, despite heated warnings from American lawmakers about his increasingly autocratic rule. Both the American government and the United Nations, entities whose support is considered essential ballast for any Haitian president, have been accused of turning a blind eye to repeated reports of gang infiltration in his government.

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The abduction of missionaries. Seventeen people associated with a U.S. Christian aid group were kidnapped on Oct. 16 as they visited an orphanage in Haiti. On Nov. 21, two of the hostages were released. The brazenness of the abductions, believed to have been carried out by a gang called 400 Mawozo, has shocked officials.

The aftermath of a deadly earthquake. On Aug. 14, a 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck Haiti, killing more than 2,100 people and leaving thousands injured. A severe storm — Grace, then a tropical depression — drenched the nation with heavy rain days later, delaying the recovery. Many survivors said they expected no help from officials.

The assassination of President Jovenel Moïse. A group of assailants stormed Mr. Moïse’s residence on July 7, killing him and wounding his wife in what officials called a well-planned operation. The plot left a political void that has deepened the nation’s turmoil as the investigation continues. Elections that were planned for this year are likely to be delayed until 2022.

One of the first mass killings of civilians under Mr. Moïse’s presidency began as an anti-gang raid in the poor neighborhood of Grand Ravine.

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In November 2017, Haitian police officers — including Mr. Cherizier, who was still on the force at the time — raided a school campus, looking for a cache of weapons, according to an internal inquiry conducted by the Haitian government. By the end of the operation, eight civilians had been killed, including a teacher, a security guard and a prospective student “executed in cold blood,” the inquiry found.

Police officers with the United Nations Mission for Justice Support in Haiti, who were working with the Haitian police and helped plan the operation, had been standing guard outside.

A few months later, Susan D. Page, then the head of the U.N. mission in Haiti, released a blistering statement calling for the Haitian authorities to investigate “allegations of human rights violations by units of the Haitian National Police,” including the botched operation.

In protest, the Moïse government recalled its ambassador to the United Nations. Already facing withering criticism in Haiti for setting off a devastating cholera outbreak in the country in 2010, the United Nations quickly removed Ms. Page from her post.

“I was running a justice support mission,” Ms. Page said in an interview. “Am I not supposed to call for justice?”


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People forced to leave their neighborhood because of gang violence — shootings, threats of kidnapping, arson — at a makeshift shelter at a sports stadium in Port-au-Prince.
People forced to leave their neighborhood because of gang violence — shootings, threats of kidnapping, arson — at a makeshift shelter at a sports stadium in Port-au-Prince.Credit...Victor Moriyama for The New York Times
Farhan Aziz Haq, a U.N. spokesman, said in a statement that the justice support mission had not authorized the “high-risk search” conducted by the Haitian police. An internal inquiry found that no U.N. officers had “proceeded to the location where the alleged killings took place” or fired their weapons.

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The United Nations withdrew its large peacekeeping force in 2017, with a damaged legacy that included peacekeepers introducing cholera to the country and sexually abusing and impregnating girls as young as 11. The departure left a much smaller force to support the police, which also pulled out in 2019. In its absence, a security vacuum grew, particularly in poor parts of the capital.

After several massacres involving gang members and Haitian police officers, including Mr. Cherizier, more than a hundred members of the United States Congress wrote to the Trump administration in 2019 to demand an investigation into extrajudicial killings by the authorities. Nothing happened, said Representative Andy Levin of Michigan, a Democrat who is co-chairman of the House Haiti Caucus.

“I really hoped that there would be a change in direction when President Biden took office,” Mr. Levin said. “I’m still waiting.”

Haitians in the capital live in continual fear. Kidnappings have exploded, long surpassing last year’s high, which itself had increased significantly from the year before, according to the United Nations.

“Today, we are talking about it because American missionaries were kidnapped,” Ms. Ducéna said. “In our reality, it’s our daily life. Every day, we leave our homes without knowing if we’ll be coming back.”


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A protest by G9 members in Port-au-Prince.
A protest by G9 members in Port-au-Prince.Credit...Victor Moriyama for The New York Times
In Haiti’s battered economy, kidnapping has become a prime source of income for the gangs as well. The gang that kidnapped the 16 Americans and one Canadian with Christian Aid Ministries has demanded a ransom of $1 million for each captive, though officials say kidnappers typically start with inflated amounts and come down during negotiations.

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Mr. Cherizier, who leads a rival collection of gangs, has denied any links to the government. Instead, he presents himself as a revolutionary, fighting against poverty in the slums. On Sunday, the day after the missionaries were kidnapped, the Haitian government’s cavalcade came under gunfire and sped off before the prime minister could attend the ceremony honoring the nation’s founding father.

With the government chased off, Mr. Cherizier then led the procession instead, relishing the spectacle, as if he were the nation’s true leader. Ms. Gilles speculated that he might run for office himself in the next election.

“Everything can happen in this country,” she said, listing politicians who were elected despite facing serious criminal allegations. “It would not be the first time that people with trouble with the law are elected.”

Andre Paultre, Harold Isaac and Oscar Lopez contributed reporting.


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MessageSujet: Re: Des progres extraordinaires qui se font dans le CREOLE HAITIEN   Des progres extraordinaires qui se font dans le CREOLE HAITIEN EmptyMar 30 Nov 2021 - 12:49

MAK;
Se pou wou ,paske mwen si ke "la pesonn" pa konn li KREYOL AYISYEN.

Sa a se tradiksyon ATIK ke m mete pi wo an.

Ak yon senp KLIK.

Tradiksyon an pa pafe;men li ap amelyore de jou an jou:

Se laterè': An Ayiti, Gang yo pran pouvwa pandan vakyòm sekirite a ap grandi
Gang yo te gen lontan nan peyi a, men dominasyon yo te elaji nan dènye ane yo e yo te akize gouvènman an nan sèvi ak yo kòm zouti nan represyon.



Manm gang G9 yo tap manifeste pasifikman an Jiyè nan Pòtoprens, Ayiti, pou asasina Prezidan Jovenel Moïse.
Manm gang G9 yo tap manifeste pasifikman an Jiyè nan Pòtoprens, Ayiti, pou asasina Prezidan Jovenel Moïse.Kredi...Victor Moriyama pou New York Times
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Yo vyole fanm, boule kay e touye plizyè douzèn moun, pami yo timoun, koupe kò yo ak manchèt epi voye kadav yo bay misye.

Masak terib sa a sa gen twazan, ki te konsidere kòm pi move ann Ayiti depi plizyè dizèn ane, te plis pase travay gang rival ki t ap goumen pou teritwa a. Depatman Trezò Ameriken an te anonse ane pase a li te òganize pa ansyen ofisyèl ayisyen yo, ki te bay manm gang yo zam ak machin pou pini moun ki nan yon zòn pòv ki t ap pwoteste kont koripsyon gouvènman an .

Depi lè sa a, manm gang peyi Dayiti vin tèlman fò ke yo ap dirije sou pati nan peyi a. Ki pi notwa nan yo, yon ansyen ofisye lapolis yo rele Jimmy Cherizier, ke yo rekonèt kòm Barbecue, alamòd tèt li kòm yon lidè politik, li fè konferans pou laprès, li mennen mach e, semèn sa a, menm defile kòm yon ranplasman pou premye minis la nan kapital la vyolan. .


Imaj
Jimmy Cherizier, ki ap dirije gang G9 la, ki kenbe yon pòtrè Mesye Moïse pandan manifestasyon an Jiyè.  Li alamòd tèt li kòm yon lidè politik, li fè konferans nouvèl ak dirijan mach.
Jimmy Cherizier, ki ap dirije gang G9 la, ki kenbe yon pòtrè Mesye Moïse pandan manifestasyon an Jiyè. Li alamòd tèt li kòm yon lidè politik, li fè konferans nouvèl ak dirijan mach.Kredi...Victor Moriyama pou New York Times
Apre gang tire sou yon konvwa gouvènman an epi fèmen komemorasyon ofisyèl lanmò prezidan fondatè peyi a dimanch, Misye Cherizier te prezide seremoni an li menm, abiye ak yon kostim twa moso blan, antoure pa kamera ak gad maske ak atak. fizi pandan li te depoze flè sou sit la.

"Gang yo gen plis otorite pase lidè nou yo," te di Marie Yolène Gilles, chèf yon gwoup lokal dwa moun, Clear Eyes Foundation. “Si yo di, 'Rete lakay ou', ou rete lakay ou. Si yo di, 'Soti', ou ka soti. Se laterè."

An kwiv kidnape nan nan 17 moun ki gen yon gwoup Ameriken misyonè pandan fen semèn nan, te kwè ki te te pote soti nan yon gang rival li rele 400 Mawozo, insiste pouvwa a ap grandi nan gang an Ayiti. Kidnapè yo mande 17 milyon dola pou lage otaj yo, epi lidè 400 Mawozo a menase touye yo sof si ranson an pa peye, daprè de moun ki prezan lè yo te fè menas la epi yo te kaptire nan yon anrejistreman videyo.

"Mwen pral dechaje yon gwo zam nan chak nan tèt yo," lidè gang la, Wilson Joseph, te di nan videyo a.

Dapre kèk estimasyon, gang yo kounye a kontwole plis pase mwatye nan peyi Dayiti e nan kèk kote, yo opere tankou gouvènman defakto, ak pwòp tribinal pa yo, "pòs lapolis" ak frè rezidansyèl pou tout bagay soti nan elektrisite ak pèmi lekòl.

Depi lontan yo te kenbe dominasyon nan anpil katye pòv, men yo te kòmanse vin gen plis dominasyon apre Jovenel Moïse te prete sèman kòm prezidan an 2017, ekspè yo di, alimenté pa ewozyon nan enstitisyon demokratik yo anba veye li ak deplwaman gang gouvènman li a kòm zouti pou opresyon.


Imaj
Yon manm gang G9 an Ayiti.  “Si yo di 'rete lakay ou', ou rete lakay ou.  Si yo di 'soti', ou ka soti,” Marie Yolène Gilles di, li fè referans ak enfliyans gang nan peyi a.
Yon manm gang G9 an Ayiti. “Si yo di 'rete lakay ou', ou rete lakay ou. Si yo di 'soti', ou ka soti,” Marie Yolène Gilles di, li fè referans ak enfliyans gang nan peyi a.Kredi...Victor Moriyama pou New York Times
Epi pandan ke gouvènman Ameriken an ak Nasyonzini yo te konnen depi lontan koneksyon k ap grandi ant gang yo, gouvènman an ak lapolis ayisyen an, yo te fè kèk mouvman pou konbat pwoblèm nan, an pati paske yo te pè yo chanje ti estabilite Ayiti te genyen, aktyèl ak ansyen. ofisyèl yo di.

Sanblans estabilite sa a te tonbe nan mwa Jiyè, lè mesye Moïse yo te asasinen nan chanm li nan yon asasina ki pako rezoud epi ki te plis ekspoze feblès enstitisyon peyi a.

"Administrasyon li a febli sistèm lapolis ak jistis la," Pierre Espérance, direktè egzekitif Rezo Nasyonal Defans Dwa Moun Ayiti, te di sou gouvènman Mesye Moïse a. "Pa te gen okenn kontwòl sou pò a , fwontyè a, ayewopò an - zam ak minisyon rive fasil ann Ayiti. Apre sa, yo te itilize gang yo pou masakre moun ki nan bidonvil yo.”

Atak yo, li te di, se te tantativ pou sekirize kontwòl politik anvan eleksyon nan rejyon kapital la, ki reprezante 40 pousan nan elektora peyi a - anpil nan li nan bidonvil ki gen anpil moun.

Òganizasyon Mesye Espérance dokimante plis pase yon douzèn atak ame pa gang depi 2018, ki mennen nan lanmò oswa disparisyon plis pase 600 moun. Nan anpil ka, rapò sa yo site yon wòl lapolis nan asasinay yo, tankou patisipasyon ofisye aktif yo ak itilizasyon ekipman tankou machin blende oswa gaz lakrimojèn.


Imaj
Lapolis pran abri pandan yon manifestasyon gang G9 la nan Pòtoprens an Jiyè.
Lapolis pran abri pandan yon manifestasyon gang G9 la nan Pòtoprens an Jiyè.Kredi...Victor Moriyama pou New York Times
Nan omwen de ka, òganizasyon an mete aksan sou patisipasyon manm gouvènman Mesye Moïse a.

Okenn ki te lakòz arestasyon oswa ankèt solid pa lapolis, dapre Rosy Auguste Ducéna, direktè pwogram rezo a. Ni okenn ofisye lapolis pa te penalize poutèt akizasyon yo te enplike.

"Se poutèt sa nou di vyolans ki tabli ann Ayiti jodi a se yon vyolans leta," li di.

Yon gwo fonksyonè nan gouvènman Premye Minis Ariel Henry, ke Misye Moise te tape e ki te pran peyi a an Jiyè, te di Misye Henry pa t gen okenn lyen ak abi administrasyon anvan an te akize pou fasilite yo. Okontrè, ofisyèl la, ki pa t gen otorizasyon pou l pale an piblik, di ke mesye Henry, yon doktè, te mennen l pou netwaye dezòd ann Ayiti, e li te pwomèt pou l mennen jistis pou masak ki te pase yo epi fè tout efò posib pou elimine sa a. gang.

Nan sant akizasyon yo se Misye Cherizier ak alyans nèf gang li dirije yo, ke yo rekonèt kòm kowalisyon G9 nan Fanmi ak Alye yo. Men, "achitèk entelektyèl" masak la an 2018 se Joseph Pierre Richard Duplan, yon manm eli nan pati prezidan an ki te bay manm gang zam yo, Depatman Trezò a te di Desanm pase a.

Temwen yo te dekri ke yo te wè Mesye Duplan t ap avèti manm gang yo pandan atak la, yon rapò Nasyonzini te di, “Ou touye twòp moun. Se pa devwa w la.”

Chèf Ministè Enteryè gouvènman an, Fednel Monchéry, te enplike tou intimman, Depatman Trezò a te di.

Tou de ofisyèl pèdi pozisyon yo prèske yon ane pita , men youn pa t fè fas ak chaj. Lapolis te kanpe Mesye Monchéry nan mwa fevriye sou yon pwoblèm ak plak machin li, jounal ayisyen Le Nouvelliste rapòte, men li lage li tousuit apre.

"Lè lapolis di nou ke y ap mennen ankèt aktivman, nou ka di ke li evidan se fo," Madam Ducéna te di.

Ane pase a, Depatman Trezò a te enpoze sanksyon sou ofisyèl yo anba Lwa Global Magnitsky sou Responsablite Dwa Moun, ki te rele yo "otè abi grav sou dwa moun."


Imaj
Manm gang G9 nan Pòtoprens, kapital la.  Gang yo te kòmanse genyen plis dominasyon apre Jovenel Moïse te prete sèman kòm prezidan an 2017, ekspè yo di.
Manm gang G9 nan Pòtoprens, kapital la. Gang yo te kòmanse genyen plis dominasyon apre Jovenel Moïse te prete sèman kòm prezidan an 2017, ekspè yo di.Kredi...Victor Moriyama pou New York Times
Men, aksyon Ameriken an te vini apre plizyè ane sipò piblik kontinye bay Mesye Moïse, malgre avètisman chofe lejislatè Ameriken yo sou règ li de pli zan pli otokratik. Gouvènman Ameriken an ak Nasyon Zini, antite yo konsidere sipò esansyèl pou nenpòt prezidan ayisyen, yo te akize de fèmen je sou rapò repete enfiltrasyon gang nan gouvènman li an.

Twa Kriz Dènye Kap Sezi Ayiti
Kat 1 nan 3
Anlèvman misyonè yo. Yo te kidnape disèt moun ki asosye ak yon gwoup èd kretyen ameriken le 16 oktòb  pandan yo t ap vizite yon òfelina ann Ayiti. 21 novanm, de nan otaj yo te lage . Fanmi anlèvman yo, yo kwè ke yo te fèt pa yon gang ki rele 400 Mawozo, te choke otorite yo .

Konsekans yon tranblemanntè ki ka touye moun. 14 out, yon tranblemanntè 7.2 mayitid te  frape Ayiti, ki te touye plis pase 2,100 moun e ki te fè plizyè milye blese. Yon gwo tanpèt - Grace, Lè sa a, yon depresyon twopikal - tranpe nasyon an ak gwo lapli jou apre, retade rekiperasyon an. Anpil sivivan te di ke yo pa t espere èd nan men ofisyèl yo .

Asasina Prezidan Jovenel Moïse. Yon gwoup atakan te pran aspè  sou rezidans Mesye Moïse le 7 jiyè a, touye l e blese madanm li nan sa otorite yo te rele yon operasyon byen planifye. Konplo a kite yon vid politik  ki te apwofondi boulvèsman nasyon an pandan ankèt la ap kontinye .  Eleksyon ki te planifye pou ane sa a gen chans pou yo retade jiska 2022.

Youn nan premye asasina sivil an mas anba prezidans Mesye Moïse te kòmanse kòm yon atak anti-gang nan katye pòv Gran Ravin.

Nan mwa Novanm 2017, polisye ayisyen yo - tankou Misye Cherizier, ki te toujou nan fòs la nan epòk la - anvayi yon kanpis lekòl la, yo chache yon kachèt zam, dapre yon ankèt entèn gouvènman ayisyen an te fè. Nan fen operasyon an, uit sivil yo te mouri, ki gen ladan yon pwofesè, yon gad sekirite ak yon etidyan potansyèl "egzekisyon nan san frèt," ankèt la te jwenn.

Ofisye polis ki gen Misyon Nasyonzini pou Sipò Jistis ann Ayiti, ki t ap travay ak polis ayisyen an e ki te ede planifye operasyon an, te kanpe gad deyò.

Kèk mwa apre, Susan D. Page, lè sa a chèf misyon Nasyonzini an ann Ayiti, te pibliye yon deklarasyon anfòsman ki te mande pou otorite ayisyen yo mennen ankèt sou "akizasyon vyolasyon dwa moun pa inite Polis Nasyonal Dayiti yo," ki gen ladan operasyon an rache. .

Nan pwotestasyon, gouvènman Moïse te raple anbasadè li nan Nasyonzini. Nasyonzini te deja fè fas ak gwo kritik ann Ayiti poutèt li te deklanche yon epidemi kolera devastatè nan peyi a an 2010, Nasyonzini te retire Madam Page nan pòs li.

"Mwen t ap dirije yon misyon sipò jistis," Madam Page te di nan yon entèvyou. "Èske mwen pa sipoze rele pou jistis?"


Imaj
Moun fòse yo kite katye yo akoz vyolans gang — tire, menas kidnapin, mete dife — nan yon abri pwovizwa nan yon estad espò nan Pòtoprens.
Moun fòse yo kite katye yo akoz vyolans gang — tire, menas kidnapin, mete dife — nan yon abri pwovizwa nan yon estad espò nan Pòtoprens.Kredi...Victor Moriyama pou New York Times
Farhan Aziz Haq, yon pòtpawòl Nasyonzini, te di nan yon deklarasyon ke misyon sipò jistis la pa t 'otorize "rechèch ki gen gwo risk" ki fèt pa polis ayisyen an. Yon ankèt entèn te jwenn ke pa gen okenn ofisye Nasyonzini ki te "ale nan kote swadizan touye yo te fèt" oswa tire zam yo.

Nasyonzini te retire gwo fòs mentyen lapè li an 2017, ak yon eritaj ki te domaje ki te gen ladann mentyen lapè ki te entwodui kolera nan peyi a ak abi seksyèl ak fekonde tifi ki te gen 11 an. an 2019. Nan absans li, yon vakyòm sekirite te grandi, patikilyèman nan pati pòv nan kapital la.

Apre plizyè masak ki te enplike manm gang ak polisye ayisyen, pami misye Cherizier, plis pase yon santèn manm Kongrè Etazini te ekri administrasyon Trump an 2019 pou mande yon ankèt sou asasina ekstrajidisyè otorite yo. Pa gen anyen ki te pase, reprezantan Andy Levin nan Michigan, yon Demokrat ki se ko-prezidan House Haiti Caucus di.

"Mwen reyèlman espere ke ta gen yon chanjman nan direksyon lè Prezidan Biden te pran biwo," Mesye Levin te di. "Mwen toujou ap tann."

Ayisyen nan kapital la ap viv nan pè kontinyèl. Kidnaping yo te eksploze, depi lontan depase maksimòm ane pase a, ki li menm te ogmante siyifikativman nan ane anvan an, dapre Nasyonzini.

“Jodi a, n ap pale de sa paske misyonè Ameriken yo te kidnape,” Madam Ducéna te di. “Nan reyalite nou an, se lavi chak jou nou. Chak jou, nou kite kay nou san nou pa konnen si nou pral tounen."


Imaj
Yon manifestasyon manm G9 nan Pòtoprens.
Yon manifestasyon manm G9 nan Pòtoprens.Kredi...Victor Moriyama pou New York Times
Nan ekonomi ann Ayiti ki maltrete, kidnaping vin tounen yon premye sous revni pou gang yo tou. Gang ki te kidnape 16 Ameriken yo ak yon Kanadyen ak Ministè Èd Kretyen yo te mande yon ranson $1 milyon pou chak prizonye, ​​menm si ofisyèl yo di kidnapè yo anjeneral kòmanse ak kantite lajan gonfle epi desann pandan negosyasyon yo.

Mesye Cherizier, ki mennen yon koleksyon gang rival, demanti okenn lyen ak gouvènman an. Olye de sa, li prezante tèt li kòm yon revolisyonè, batay kont povrete nan bidonvil yo. Dimanch, jou apre yo te kidnape misyonè yo, kavalad gouvènman ayisyen an te tonbe anba kout zam e li te kouri ale anvan premye minis la te kapab asiste seremoni onore papa fondatè nasyon an.

Lè Gouvènman an chase, Mesye Cherizier te alatèt pwosesyon an pito, li te pran plezi nan spektak la, kòmsi se te vre lidè nasyon an. Madam Gilles te espekile ke li ta ka kandida pou pwop tèt li nan pwochen eleksyon an.

"Tout bagay ka rive nan peyi sa a," li te di, lis politisyen ki te eli malgre fè fas ak akizasyon kriminèl grav. "Se pa ta premye fwa ke moun ki gen pwoblèm ak lalwa yo eli."

Andre Paultre , Harold Isaac ak Oscar Lopez te kontribye nan rapò an.


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MessageSujet: Re: Des progres extraordinaires qui se font dans le CREOLE HAITIEN   Des progres extraordinaires qui se font dans le CREOLE HAITIEN EmptyMer 1 Déc 2021 - 4:37

Sa a se yon entevyou ke Dr MICHEL DEGRAFF te bay yon radyo ann AYITI an 2019.

MICHEL DEGRAFF se pa "bo katedral" (pou m ize yon ekspresyon)

Misye gen 2 DOKTORA ,youn lan ENFOMATIK,lot lan lan LENGWISTIK.

Misye se Pwofese "FILOZOFI LENGWISTIK" lan (mighty) MIT.

Si nou we PAJ lan,KLIKE kote nou we "SIJE" an.

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Pour ajouter;

Dr MICHEL DE GRAFF et son projet de la MIT a deja traduit  tous les ouvrages les plus modernes(SCIENCES et MATHEMATIQUES) en CREOLE HAITIEN pour les enfants haitiens;de la maternelle a la philosophie.

Et puis "dieu merci" pour cette jeune generation "d'intellectuels" haitiens prets a tourner la page.

THELUSMA explique un texte du celebre poete JEAN CLAUDE MARTINEAU qui a fait l'exil "bearable" pendant les snnees noires du duvalierisme:

http://potomitan.info/ayiti/martineau.php
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Pour la verite;voici l' l'articleque dr YVES DEJEAN a publie sur CHEMINS CRITIQUES une revue francaise:

https://www.cheminscritiques.org/710?file=1
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Pour ceux qui veulent s'eduquer.Voici une interview donnee par EMILE ROUMER (1902-1988)
,l'un des plus grands poetes de la litterature haitienne,a JEAN DOMINIQUE.

Pour background,EMILE ROUMER ,l'un des fils de l'aristocratie de la GRAND ANSE avait passe la majeure partie de sa vie en FRANCE.

C'etait en 1973.

https://repository.duke.edu/dc/radiohaiti/RL10059-RR-0033_01

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