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Haiti, dream space.
  • April 28, 2024
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Haiti, dream space.

Between dream and Haitian reality: A call for unity and action

Many men have dreamed big for Haiti. Toussaint Louverture and Jean Jacques Dessalines are examples. Although torn apart by invisible hands, the social fabric of the country had always been considered the greatest project to be set in motion by men of letters. Until then, the history of Haïti remains and remains for Haitians the most appropriate space to dream and propose full and complete freedom.

Indeed, Toussaint Louverture had the dream of improving the lot of slaves. Dessalines, for his part, sacrificed himself for the independence of our island (Haiti-Saint-Domingue). After our liberation from the French, men of letters had to take other paths to safeguard the dignity of the country. This situation showed another form of revolution like poets of the patriotism school with supporters such as: Louis Joseph Janvier, Anténor Firmin, Demesvar Délorme and the Generation of the Round with Fernand Hibbert, Georges Sylvain also the indigenous school with Jean Price Mars, Jacques Stephen Alexis, Roussan Camille etc... who express their discontent by pouring ink.

By describing or painting the situation of the country. Several years which were first conceived and then born the idea of ​​giving the country its sovereignty, its own bicolor, its army, etc. it was not easy and did not continue like this.

Haïti needs for the moment men of dreams, men who love their countries, but not the wealth of this country, men who love the happiness of their country, but not its misfortunes, men who have viable projects , but are not specialists in carnage who are only interested in their pockets, rather for the happiness of our two-tone, men who must fight against corruption, against waste, against the invisible hands of foreigners, against this form of public administration which targets only a small group of people in the country to the detriment of the population, this form of insecurity planned by the state, the so-called bourgeoisies, economic powers from abroad such as: France, USA, Canada, Brazil.

Haïti in 1979 with full power. Maître Fevry is said to have declared: The dream of Haïti cannot support, nor accept improvised solutions


The Haitian’s dream must always be a team effort. A team of men of skill, vision, good will, reflection and meditation.

Men who can place their personal and private interests over public interests. Men who want to make a new start to achieve the dream of Jean Jacques Dessalines and that of Henri Christophe who aimed that Haitians will not envy any other country in the world so that all Haitians can be happy in their own country, chanted Professor Lesly Saint Roc Manigat.

Our dear Haiti, which was once the pearl of the Antilles, is no longer present today. For this we ask all Haitians: children, young people, adults and old people, let us unite our arms, our strength, our voices and all that we could do to liberate our dear homeland Haïti Chérie. Let’s change our reality together! Long live Haiti, long live freedom for the whole world.

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French : Haïti, espace de rêve.

Spanish : Haití, espacio de ensueño.

About the Author
Richardson VERONE

    Student at UEH, Civil engineer, journalist specialized in "civility and anti_corruption", Degree in educational sciences at ABRAHAM UNIVERSITY, Graduate in Business Administration from the UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA

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    Cet article est le miroir de l'image d'Haïti , illustre le rêve du passé des fondateurs de la nation et peint la réalité de la beauté naturelle d'Haïti( Perle des Antilles ) comme un paysage pittoresque ou une scène de la vie quotidienne que tout le monde qui rêve grand devrait se rendre visite mais aussi qu'elle situe des éléments représentant les défis ou les réalités auxquels le pays est confronté. Par exemple, l'image d'écriture du fameux professseur Lesly Manigat, convoite la réalité. En outre, On voit un paysage magnifique avec des scènes de vie quotidienne, des mots de résilience et d'unité reflétant le thème de l'article sur les deux aspects de la réalité haïtienne.

    Laissez_ nous des commentaires pour mieux écrire et mieux vendre notre Haïti chérie .

    April 28, 2024 - 12:22:52 PM
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