Haiti Manifestation

LOOK: The most amazing photo from a Haiti street protest you just have to see to believe

LOOK: The most amazing photo from a Haiti street protest you just have to see to believe

If there is one image of a Haiti street protest worth sharing, this one certainly is the one... Look at this amazing photo from the October 17 2018 Haiti street protest you probably haven't seen yet! You have to see it to believe it.

The media, national and international, often show you pictures of Haitian street protesters confronting the Haitian National Police men and women, tear gas thrown, and the policemen, overwhelms by their duty to serve and protect who often result to a little confrontation with the protesters but how often do you see this?

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. How much is this one worth?

Thank you, Dyab Baba, for bring this to my attention.

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Look at the FEAR in the eyes of this Haitian woman during a Street Protest in Haiti

Look at the FEAR in the eyes of this Haitian woman during a Street Protest in Haiti

They say a picture is worth a thousand words... Look at the FEAR in the eyes of this poor Haitian woman during a street protest, captured by the lens of a photographer for Le Nouvelliste during the October 17 2018 street protests.

For those of you who are not used to the reality of Haiti, this obviously poor Haitian woman tucked herself under a 'bak machan', a table like wooden structure used by street vendors in Haiti. She is clearly afraid of something.

She fears for her life!

Read what Haitians on social media though when whey saw this picture:

Alain Dorsainvil: Foto sa fè kè m dechire... Se te ka manman m ki nan pozisyon sa. Malgre tout risk, pwodyab li pran lari kan menm pou chèche lavi (This has made my heart tremble ... My mom could have been in that position. Despite all the risks, poor soul, she out in the streets trying to make ends meet)

Béa Pier Béo L: Podiab mizè nan kòl epi yap teworizel. (Poor thing, she is already in her misery and they are terrorizing her on top of it)

Genise Azor: On est fatigué... on en a assez... (We're tired... We've had enough!)

Dayala Jeanbaptiste: Gade yon peur nan yeux li c'est triste (Look at the fear in her eyes, this is sad!)

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Milot Haiti - Pep la boule yon traktè TPTC

Milot Haiti - Pep la boule yon traktè TPTC

Pep nan Milot, Haiti boule yon traktè TPTC ki koute leta plus pase $400,000 ke leta te achete sou kredi pou bati route ak kanal.

Dapre Jonathan Francois sou Facebook jounen 17 Octobre 2018 la...

Santley Lucas poste menm photo a. Li di:

Haiti Anakopopilis nan vil Milot boule yon traktè (lowboy - pelleteuse) ki pou ministè bravo piblik. Traktè sa ki toute 400 mil dola ameriken ke leta achte a kredi te la pou konstwui wout, fè kannal pou popilasyon an. Kisa boule sa gen pou l wè a chache jistis nan Petrokaribe? Moun nan zonn nan di se anakopopilis Pitit Dessalin ki fèsa.

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VIDEO: Haiti - Tires Burning near Faculte de Droit Port-au-Prince Haiti 16 Octobre 2018

VIDEO: Haiti - Tires Burning near Faculte de Droit Port-au-Prince Haiti 16 Octobre 2018

Watch this video... Tires are burning near the Faculté de Droit in Port-au-Prince one day before the the 17 October street protest that was announced.

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Haiti PetroCaribe street protest sign: Give the money before things get worse

Haiti PetroCaribe street protest sign: Give the money before things get worse

Take a look at this photo... A Haiti PetroCaribe street protest sign reads: Hand over the PetroCaribe money, speak fast, before things get worse.

It is not written exactly in those terms, if you know what I mean!

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PHOTO: Kote Kob PetroCaribe a #PetroCaribeChallenge - Haitians Protesting

PHOTO: Kote Kob PetroCaribe a #PetroCaribeChallenge - Haitians Protesting

Here is a photo of Haitians protesting in Port-au-Prince Haiti on Sunday 02 Sep 2018 asking where is the PetroCaribe money.

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Haiti : What's left of DELIMART Delmas 30 after July 07 2018 riots (VIDEO)

Haiti : What's left of DELIMART Delmas 30 after July 07 2018 riots (VIDEO)

Watch this video and see for yourself what is left of DELIMART Delmas 30 after it was completely vandalized and burned down on July 07 2018. Take a look inside...

Mezanmi gade eta andedan DELIMART Delmas 30 apre pep souvren rantre nan market la, volè tout sak ladan l epi boule l

Yep... Haiti is opened for business!

What do you think about that?

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Haiti - Helicopter evacuated unidentified individuals on Peguyville rooftop Sunday after gas riots

Haiti - Helicopter evacuated unidentified individuals on Peguyville rooftop Sunday after gas riots

Peguyl-Ville Haiti, Sunday July 8 2018 - A Helicopter evacuated unidentified individuals on a Peguy-Ville building rooftop Sunday after gas price riots.

There were radio news reports that a Helicopter was circulating a building belonging to "Les Mayard Paul", referinng to Gregory Mayard-paul and Thierry Mayard-paul, close friend of ex-President Michel Martelly

Who was evacuated?

No one knows...

What do you think about that?

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PHOTO: Haiti looks like a war zone after a violent street protest

PHOTO: Haiti looks like a war zone after a violent street protest

Take a look at this photo... If it wasn't for the Haitian police officer you would think you were in Beirut Lebanon after a war...

This is just one of the things that happened Saturday, July 07 2018. It was basically a riot in the streets of Port-au-Prince after the government announced gas prices went up.

Lots of car were burned and lots of popular businesses were looted and vandalized.

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