The unseen tension in Port-au-Prince Haiti is worse in the minds of those held hostage

There is a silent tension, or should I say stress, in Port-au-Prince Haiti and it's worse in the minds of the people held hostage then what you see and hear in the streets.

There's no other way to put it: The people are scared. They're afraid.

The people whose home I just visited have not been outside for days out of fear that something will happen if the step out.

The homeowner's child got and early vacation because school closed prematurely due to politics and stuff.

Honestly, my dear reader, what is happening in Port-au-Prince Haiti, there's is no other way to describe it. It is pure terrorism and it should be treated as such.

The silent majority is living in fear; there are stressed up to their eyeballs.

Somebody needs to do something.

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Patrick Princivil says...

The tonton macoute was worst, where are they?

God just reveal to us: who are US government, MUNIJIS, OEA.

Very simple.

We are waitting for Jovenel Moise and the whole parliament of Haiti to resign.

We want OEA and MINIJIS to get out of our country.

All we want.

I the name of

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Yanick says...

What do the government have to offer the people if they should stop the protesting?

The government has join the United States in exploiting the country.

The government refused to accept racism plays a role when US had them turn their backs on Venezuela country knowing the black people will be suffering.

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