Assassination Of Haitian President Leaves Government In a Fragile Situation 1

Assassination Of Haitian President Leaves Government In a Fragile Situation

 

NBC's Dan de Luce reports on the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse during an attack at his home and how it could leave the country's government in a tumultuous situation.

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Assassination Of Haitian President Leaves Government In a Fragile Situation

55 comments

  1. Did he do anything for his people? Cant help but think US knows more about this or has something to do with it. Let’s see who takes over!

    1. @StoicCrane he was not president when there were foreign aid money. He was working hard with little that they have. The assassination was done by individual who did not Haiti to be better. The assassination was successful by the international aid.

  2. No no you’ve got this all wrong! This was a suicide! Suicide by emptying an entire magazine into the back of his own head, poor guy.

    1. Condolences to his family? What are you talking about? He isn’t just someone’s uncle lol how about condolences to the country of Haiti? My goodness.

    2. @mike wedgwood Considering how he stole Haiti’s national aid money the country is probably celebrating.

    1. @Defenestrate I was in Haiti back in the 70s when there was a REAL dictator in power. The people weren’t aggressive but they’d mob you asking for a quarter. But due to the government’s policy on drugs all you had to do is just say the word “marijuana” and they’d scatter. Thinking back… being a foreigner it wasn’t a very smart thing to do.

  3. From the U.S to Haiti
    As an American, I’ve been following up on what’s been happening in Haiti for the past 2 weeks. And let me tell you.
    We pray for you. And we know there is corruption happening there.
    You aren’t unheard.

    1. You have to go back to Haiti’s history to understand.
      Take a look at the Haitian revolution.
      It’s the big bad wolf that put him in power that killed him.

  4. Hilarious how he mentions coups and dictatorships yet omits “US backed/supported coups and dictatorships” but mentions the US in terms of where refugees flee too

    1. The CIA has been toppling foreign governments for decades. Seems like they decided to go to work at home in 2020.

    1. we cant have dictatorships near our home. plus that 3 letter agency has been doing that since time immemorial.

    2. @Phil what do you know, you’ve never been in another country aside from the US. you get all your knowledge from news. so lets not.

  5. Maybe it does, maybe it doesn’t. Leadership in any part of this planet has shown that no one can bare the responsibility of power, anywhere.

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