The ongoing crisis in Haiti


The ongoing crisis in Haiti appeared to be spiraling out of control, leaving many in doubt if there would ever be an end to the chaos. Since the tragic assassination of Haiti’s president Jovenel Moise, a whirlwind of events has unfolded, plunging the nation into turmoil. In a short span of time, numerous lives were lost as millions of Haitians fled their homeland in search of a brighter future. The capital city of Port au Prince was left devastated, ravaged by gangs and criminals who claimed to be the new leaders. Clearly, decisive action was necessary, but the burning question remained: what should be done and how can it be accomplished?

Haiti found itself without a standing army, and a significant portion of its police force sought refuge in the United States through President Biden’s program. As the Haitian people suffered and perished, violence continued to escalate, transforming the country into a living nightmare.

Amidst the chaos, the pleas for international intervention in Haiti grew increasingly urgent and desperate. However, there were others who opposed this notion, arguing that the issue was internal and should be resolved by the Haitian people themselves. The situation took a turn for the worse when the de facto former Prime Minister of Haiti, Ariel Henry, made a daring move by traveling to Kenya in an attempt to secure military assistance for his nation. Regrettably, this miscalculated action created a power vacuum that the rebels quickly seized upon.

The rebels succeeded in forcing Ariel Henry out of Haiti, but at what cost? As mentioned earlier, it was imperative to address the vacuum that had been created. “La nature a horreur du vide” – nature abhors a vacuum. Isn’t it high time for our leaders to recognize that in the realm of politics, every move must be carefully calculated? One must think ahead and anticipate the subsequent moves, much like in a game of chess.

I am eagerly awaiting your thoughts on this matter. Let us engage in a discussion and explore potential solutions to the ongoing crisis in Haiti.

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