Wow! The Catholic religion never ceases to amaze me. It is...

Grosneg - July 21 2014, 10:01 AM

Wow! The Catholic religion never ceases to amaze me. It is true that Vaudun needs some serious reform thus looking inside to rid itself of many bad elements that can be self destructive.

However, as a science, the only thing in Haiti which has the capacity to help mold us together as a people if reformed is Vaudun.

No other imported religion, faith or sect can have that power to unite for a common cause.

Not even the ever popular Catholic faith which helped enslaved us a la Bartholome De Las Casas! Which continues to mentally and religiously enslave us. if anything, imported religions are at the root of Haiti's problem.

Because they constantly and perpertually try to shove down our throats the supremacy of Western ideals and customs while turning us as a proxy for their own personal agenda and gains.

They are never in Haiti to push our agenda.

If it were so then they have failed miserably as well as Vaudun because their presence was there before and continued on after colonial Haiti.

The Cardinal is a sellout and is clearly not nominated in that post to be in Haiti's best interest.

We should watch him closely.

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