L’Idéal Dessalinien

Statue de Dessalines

Par Michel-Ange Cadet | Haiti Chery. Qu’en est-il aujourd’hui de cet idéal? Qu’en est-il de cette révolution et surtout où nous nous sommes perdus comme nation, comme peuple? Nous devons reprendre la révolution là ou elle a été interrompue. Si non, pensons une autre révolution avec les mêmes idéaux révolutionnaires de Dessalines: liberté, une société égalitaire, sans aucune discrimination, et l’intégrité du territoire où nous serons maitre de notre destinée.

Colonialism In a Poncho: Ecuador and Brazil Help Install New Haiti Military

During a visit to Haiti on February 1, 2012, Brazilian President Dilma Roussef congratulated MINUSTAH troops on their work and offered to build a hydroelectric dam in Haiti's most fertile region: the Artibonite valley.

By Joseph Guyler Delva, Reuters via Buenos Aires Herald | Editorial comment by Dady Chery, Haiti Chery. Brazil and Ecuador plan to help install a new army in Haiti that is meant to replace the UN “peacekeeping” force MINUSTAH.

Haitian Declaration of Independence, January 1, 1804

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“Vow before me to live free and independent, and to prefer death to anything that will try to place you back in chains. Swear, finally, to pursue forever the traitors and enemies of your independence.” – Jean-Jacques Dessalines, January 1, 1804. In the present day: this means anyone who collaborates with foreign occupiers or even tolerates the presence of foreign soldiers on Haitian soil.

Toussaint L’Ouverture, the Genius Who Embodied the Enlightenment
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Portrait of Toussaint L'Ouverture by Alexandre Francois Girardin: recently discovered and possibly the only historically accurate painting of the Haitian leader.

By Dady Chery, Haiti Chery. As the spirit of the Enlightenment inflamed everyone, the rebellious Haitian slaves led by Toussaint L’Ouverture would prove to be those most faithful to the Enlightenment ideals.By Dady Chery, Haiti Chery. As the spirit of the Enlightenment inflamed everyone, the rebellious Haitian slaves led by Toussaint L’Ouverture would prove to be those most faithful to the Enlightenment ideals.By Dady Chery, Haiti Chery. As the spirit of the Enlightenment inflamed everyone, the rebellious Haitian slaves led by Toussaint L’Ouverture would prove to be those most faithful to the Enlightenment ideals.

Haitian Freedom = Haitian Pumpkin Soup

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Special Report, Renewal 4 Haiti | Editorial note, directions for a vegetarian version, and photos by Dady Chery, Haiti Chery. Throughout their reign of terror, the French forbade Haitians from drinking pumpkin soup (soup joumou). It was considered to be a delicacy far too sophisticated for a slave’s palate. Therefore as a symbol of freedom Haitians everywhere have been cooking a bottomless pot of pumpkin soup and celebrating our Independence Day by sharing this soup every January 1, since defeating the French in 1804. Happy Independence Day!Special Report, Renewal 4 Haiti. Throughout their reign of terror, the French forbade Haitians from drinking pumpkin soup. It was considered a delicacy far too sophisticated for a slave’s palate. Therefore as a symbol of freedom Haitians everywhere have been cooking a bottomless pot of pumpkin soup (soup joumou) and celebrating our Independence Day by sharing this soup every January 1st, since defeating the French in 1804.Special Report, Renewal 4 Haiti. Throughout their reign of terror, the French forbade Haitians from drinking pumpkin soup. It was considered a delicacy far too sophisticated for a slave’s palate. Therefore as a symbol of freedom Haitians everywhere have been cooking a bottomless pot of pumpkin soup (soup joumou) and celebrating our Independence Day by sharing this soup every January 1st, since defeating the French in 1804.

The People Rise Up in Haiti. Indict the U.N. and Government for Introducing and Distributing Cholera, and for Organizing Bogus Elections

By Staff, Haitian Truth | Editorial note by Dady Chery, Haiti Chery. Three bulletins appear below on the Nov 18, 2010 — Bataille the Vertieres anniversary — popular uprisings when Haitians learned about MINUSTAH’s (U.N.) importation of cholera into the country.