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Santo Domingo.- Overall malnutrition in the Dominican Republic fell 50 percent, according to FAO publication 'Panorama of food security and nutrition 2013' released Tuesday in Santiago, Chile.

The report says that during the 2005-2012 period malnutrition affects 3.4 percent of Dominican Republic’s children, from 8.4 percent from 1990 to 1996, whereas chronic malnutrition fell from 21.2 percent in 1991, to 10 percent by 2007.

"The reduction of these indicators results from successful public policies in the country and in the region," said FAO local representative Gero Vaagt.

He said FAO has been helping the country's efforts to strengthen food and nutrition security through several projects, citing the recent installation of a food bank to provide timely supply to the most vulnerable sectors.

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At the regional level the chronic malnutrition indicator (low height in children under 5), went from 13.8 million in 1990, to around 6.9 million in 2012,  for a 50 percent decline and represents 12.8 percent of the total number of children in Latin America and the Caribbean.

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Written by: josean, 4 Dec 2013 8:58 AM
From: United States, Fighting the Dictatorship of the Narco PLD Mafia; Guillermo Moreno President 2016



Isn't this the same NGO that honored Margarita Cedeño de Fernández, hummmmmm?






Written by: planner, 4 Dec 2013 9:13 AM
From: Dominican Republic, Puerto Plata
I find this very hard to believe. I see malnourished but sometimes overweight children all over. This is ridiculous when the staples of the diet are white rice, oil, white bread........... things that are cheap.
Written by: Atabey, 4 Dec 2013 9:33 AM
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If the NGOs are pro Haití, Josea has no problemas. If they should state inconvenient truths then Josea sees conspiraciones amok. Lol.


Written by: DONT_BE_SILENT, 4 Dec 2013 11:07 AM
From: Dominican Republic, NEVER FORGOTTEN, NOR FORSAKEN!
Written by: Atabey, 4 Dec 2013 9:33 AM
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If the NGOs are pro Haití, Josea has no problemas. If they should states inconveniente truths then Josea see conspiraciones amok. Lol.




Haitiano al fin, hermano; que tu puede esperar de este individuo? No es lo mismo decir "soy Dominicano" que sentirlo de corazon como nosotros.
Written by: dreadlocks, 4 Dec 2013 12:55 PM
From: United States
this is precisely why every topic discussed here ends up like some little children fighting in a playpen. nothing but personal attacks, name calling, and lack of information, and accuracy.

guys, try to learn something, make intelligent remarks, and have some adult dialog going. this is like the 5th grade now.
Written by: rokete, 4 Dec 2013 12:57 PM
From: Dominican Republic, (((( DEPORT THE HAITIANS, BUILD THE BORDER WALL !! ))))

Kudos to this great news.

Only one Haitian basher appeared in this favorable news for our country.

El Jodeano, haitiano.

Where are the others??

They wont come because this is good news for our country.
Written by: josean, 4 Dec 2013 1:18 PM
From: United States, Fighting the Dictatorship of the Narco PLD Mafia; Guillermo Moreno President 2016


"If the NGOs are pro Haití, Josea has no problemas"


It is quite the opposite, Projection refugee from the deep Blue Waters!



Written by: JHCL2016, 4 Dec 2013 1:45 PM
From: United States, EN PUNTA CANA: Jose H Con Leonel 2016!


This is why every nation that has Fu**ed Haiti up over its history and now FEEL "guilty", wants to join it with Quisqueya La Bella. The Eastern 2/3 of the Hispaniola has no limits to what it can produce, while the Western 1/3 is as dry and infertile as Fefita La Grande.

We are blessed and dammed a la vez!

Pero pa'lante anyway...

( ';' )
Written by: Atabey, 4 Dec 2013 10:24 PM
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I vote for Josea to become Haïti's Fourth Emperor. :)


Dready,

So what do you have to say about this news? Not yet at a par with Jamaica or Chile, but getting closer. :)


Written by: josean, 4 Dec 2013 10:29 PM
From: United States, Fighting the Dictatorship of the Narco PLD Mafia; Guillermo Moreno President 2016


How's it looking for Opening Day at La Romana Yankee Stadium?

Written by: dreadlocks, 5 Dec 2013 7:00 AM
From: United States
Atabey, i celebrate any positive news insofar as it reflects the betterment of the condition of the poor.
Written by: Atabey, 5 Dec 2013 10:25 PM
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Well, let it be said that at least Dready can accept good news while Le Baron du Fatra finds it too difficult to accept. Now Dready why not talk some sense into the old brat? After how T&T treated Jamaicans, Le Baron du Fatra needs to see the general picture. As always, he's missing the forest for the trees.


:)


Written by: dreadlocks, 6 Dec 2013 4:52 AM
From: United States
how did Trinidad treat Jamaicans? please enlighten me.
Written by: josean, 6 Dec 2013 7:23 AM
From: United States, Fighting the Dictatorship of the Narco PLD Mafia; Guillermo Moreno President 2016


Dr. Dread for all the free EDUCATION you have provided Idiot IRS Atabey over the years he should at least get you season box seats at La Romana Yankee Stadium!


Written by: dreadlocks, 6 Dec 2013 10:13 AM
From: United States
and a year's supply of hot dogs, josean
Written by: Atabey, 6 Dec 2013 10:56 AM
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Why haven't you kept up with the news from J recently? I guess that Trinidad and Tabago's treatment of Jamaicans (Airport, etc) and the subsequent Jamaican "popular response" boycott has escaped your attention, Dready. :)

In Europe they term it: Social dumping.




Written by: Atabey, 6 Dec 2013 11:04 AM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--



Another piece of good news related to the topic.

Fall in Maternal and Infant Mortality in the DR

Cae mortalidad materna e infantil



Santo Domingo

Diez hospitales del país, incluidos en el proyecto USAID Centros de Excelencia Materno Infantil, lograron mejorar la calidad de la atención y reducir la mortalidad materna en un 46% y la infantil, especialmente la neonatal, en un 42.1%.
Written by: dreadlocks, 6 Dec 2013 11:39 AM
From: United States
Atabey, you really should know what you are talking about before you post. there is far too much ignorance going on in this site, and you should not contribute to it.

the Trinidad immigration turned back 13 Jamaicans at Piarco airport. i would believe that there were more than 13 people on the plane. that means they let the others in, right?

so, what happened? well, every country on earth has visa requirements. you need to have certain things in place before you get a visa to the USA. or the UK. or Japan. get the point yet?

these Jamaicans landed at Piarco, petitioned for a six month visa, and did not have enough money to last two weeks. some of them told immigration that they were married to Trinidadians, yet none of the spouses were at the airport. get the idea? visa fraud.

the country already has 17,000 illegal Jamaicans roaming around. they did what they had to do.

get your facts straight before you spout. it always looks better when you appear to be informed.
Written by: Atabey, 6 Dec 2013 11:52 AM
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"the country already has 17,000 illegal Jamaicans roaming around. they did what they had to do."

"some of them told immigration that they were married to Trinidadians, yet none of the spouses were at the airport. get the idea? visa fraud."

Why Dready, just use the powers of your mental capacity and SUBSTITUTE Haitians for Jamaicans and Dominican Republic for Trinidad and Tobago and you and your significant other will see the light of day.

:)



Written by: dreadlocks, 6 Dec 2013 12:41 PM
From: United States
of course, you are back with your misrepresentations, and your falsehoods. i see that time in rehab has done you no good. there is nobody on this board who has posted more often than i have on the need for the Dominican Republic to do something immediate about illegal immigration. so spare us the attempts to cloud the issue with lies.
Written by: Atabey, 6 Dec 2013 12:57 PM
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Yes, Dready you have been among those who predicted very poor outcomes from the migration chaos and the lack of coherent policy and IMPLEMENTATION of rules.

FOR THAT REASON, you have it within you to school your panita, Josea Cat, on the ways this serious problem is a) a regional concern that affects many of the nations in the Caribbean Basin and b) that DR does itself a severe dis-service to NOT implement a serious policy reversal to correct past practices/lack of enforcement. Just because the laws of the land have not been enforced 100% of the time, does not make them void. I and many people in NYC jay walk all the time, but if a police officer were to give me a summons for doing so, it's in the book and unless a judge rules otherwise, I have to pay the fine. :)


Written by: josean, 6 Dec 2013 1:03 PM
From: United States, Fighting the Dictatorship of the Narco PLD Mafia; Guillermo Moreno President 2016



There must be a bio-metric neoliberal more PURPLRE TAX Mugging USELESS METRO soultion to this!


Written by: dreadlocks, 6 Dec 2013 1:08 PM
From: United States
Atabey, you are missing the point. the political hot potato at the moment is CITIZENSHIP, not IMMIGRATION. what good does it do the country if we sit here and fight for months over granting Haitians in a certain demographic citizenship, when every day more and more people come pouring in? do you think it costs the country less when they give them a piece of paper saying that they are Dominican citizens?

the more troubling aspect of this disaster is that as long as Don Pepe can get a house built cheaper with Haitian quasi slave labor than Dominican workers, the Haitians will still come in by the truckload. when some hotel magnate in Barcelona decides to build a new hotel in the caribbean, he brings his money here, because he can save half the labor costs by telling the contractor that he wants Haitian labor. the government turns a blind eye, because they want the foreign investment.
Written by: Atabey, 6 Dec 2013 2:12 PM
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au contraire Dready, I have not missed the forest for the trees: THE outstanding concern IS THE IMPLEMENTATION of a sound and authoritative correction of what's become business as usual in regards to people flows from the west to the east. UNTIL that concern is put to rest by a credible policy initiative, all the rest is just a side issue. That's why these international organizations and the Haitians in the know are so upset about what the DR is attempting to do: Finally establish a firm line against the "business as usual" approach that has led us into this mess.

With this attempt to close down the safety valve into DR, all the other players in the region UNDERSTAND the implications for their countries: the flows going into DR will shift towards them! And how many of these now "humanitarian voices" will be so kind as to extend poor Haitians a leg up IN THEIR COUNTRY?

Not The Bahamas, not Jamaica, not....

Get the point?



Written by: Atabey, 6 Dec 2013 2:30 PM
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Here's something I wrote two days ago:

"What many people are trying to prepare for is what happens when the sh*t hits the fan and the current Haitian Pot boils over?

No one wants to be in line to address the enormous human tsunami that will take place out of Haiti; and so the real reason-even if many try to pass it as a battle of the bad Dominicans making things tough for the Haitians who are "stateless" The reality is that few even want to contemplate a scenario where their own nation will be under a wave of Haitian refugees and thus want to have DR take the burden."


The international NGOs, and all the regional actors WANT and are demanding DR NOT CLOSE the safety valve from Haiti into DR. They aren't going to state it so crudely, but that's the real concern behind all these "humanitarian concerns"


Every regional player has had their cup full of poor Haitians, and no one wants more. The coming political upheaval in Haiti is around the corner, get ready. :)

Written by: josean, 6 Dec 2013 2:32 PM
From: United States, Fighting the Dictatorship of the Narco PLD Mafia; Guillermo Moreno President 2016



2 days ago or today it is still Mumbo Jumbo!


Written by: Atabey, 6 Dec 2013 2:36 PM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--

When grown ups are discussing matters children go play in their room: do yourself some justice and retire to your room. People without gravitas need to learn some before entering into the battle of ideas.

:)


Anda sic, sic.


:)

Written by: josean, 6 Dec 2013 2:44 PM
From: United States, Fighting the Dictatorship of the Narco PLD Mafia; Guillermo Moreno President 2016



Dr. Dread is just humoring you as a light weight sparing partner; in the other words just one step above shadow boxing!


Written by: dreadlocks, 6 Dec 2013 7:02 PM
From: United States
the point that escapes you, Atabey, is that regularization of Haitians will not stop the illegals from coming if there are no policy initiatives to stop them. the most importany value of citizenship is for things like travel to other countries. how many guys slinging cement in some construction site have plans to vacation in Dubai any time soon?
Written by: Atabey, 6 Dec 2013 8:53 PM
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Written by: dreadlocks,

the point that escapes you, Atabey, is that regularization of Haitians will not stop the illegals from coming if there are no policy initiatives to stop them."


No Dready, this point has not escaped me. I'm squarely behind a strong and authoritative change in policy and believe that DR has FINALLY accepted the fact that unless they do so, the international "humanitarian voices" and Dominican fifth columnist, like Le Baron Fatra, will make de facto fusion a reality.

What has created great consternation is the belief that DR is FINALLY taking a firm stance. The Frontier is closing and the social/poverty dumping towards the eastern part of the island is now in doubt. This is VERY problematical for the NGOs and their fellow travelers in DR who look at DR as Haiti's safety valve.

BTW, you Dready have been since I started posting on DR true about the negative impact of the chaos that has reigned along the border region.

Written by: josean, 6 Dec 2013 8:57 PM
From: United States, Fighting the Dictatorship of the Narco PLD Mafia; Guillermo Moreno President 2016


Fusion is tv Channel and a FORD!


Written by: Atabey, 6 Dec 2013 9:08 PM
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Go to your room!


Viva DR, Carajo!


Written by: josean, 6 Dec 2013 9:12 PM
From: United States, Fighting the Dictatorship of the Narco PLD Mafia; Guillermo Moreno President 2016




Pope Francis to IDIOT IRS Neoliberal Atabey:


"Some people continue to defend trickle-down theories which assume that economic growth, encouraged by a free market, will inevitably succeed in bringing about greater justice and inclusiveness in the world.

This opinion, which has never been confirmed by the facts, expresses a crude and NAIVE trust in the goodness of those wielding economic power and in the sacra-lized workings of the prevailing economic system.”

Meanwhile, he added, "the excluded are still waiting."






Written by: Atabey, 6 Dec 2013 11:30 PM
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Mats Lundahl has written several seminal works on Haiti,.. Together, the volume provides both historical background and explanation as to why Haiti was so badly affected by the earthquake, and to why reconstruction efforts have been ineffective this far. Lundahl argues that the two main causes can found in the interaction between the growth of the population and the destruction of the arable soil on the one hand, and in the creation of a predatory state during the nineteenth century, which still exists to this day. This book provides a comprehensive analysis, which charts these themes from the time of the arrival of Columbus in the island in 1492, to the present day. The book also deals with contemporary market and policy failures, as well as the crucial recent elections, and considers the path ahead for this impoverished nation.


The Political Economy of Disaster: Destitution, Plunder and Earthquake in Haiti (Routledge Explorations in Economic History)
Mats Lundahl 2013
Written by: Atabey, 6 Dec 2013 11:31 PM
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"Lundahl argues that the two main causes can found in the interaction between the growth of the population and the destruction of the arable soil on the one hand, and in the creation of a predatory state during the nineteenth century, which still exists to this day."


Again, until these two factors are solved, Haiti will continue to HEMORRHAGE its people and future.

The Dominican Republic HAS NOT CAUSED these two factors in Haiti!

The International organizations that should be concerned about the REAL Human Right Violation of Haiti's Slave population of over 200,000 would rather we forget these REAL Human Right Violation happening in Haiti.

The growth in population coupled with the destruction of arable land AND the PREDATORY STATE
ARE THE CAUSE FOR WHAT ILLS HAITI.

SOLVE THOSE and Haiti might have a chance.


DR IS NOT THE SOLUTION TO HAITI'S ILLS.


Written by: josean, 6 Dec 2013 11:42 PM
From: United States, Fighting the Dictatorship of the Narco PLD Mafia; Guillermo Moreno President 2016


The Pope is Spanking that Neoliberal Ass!


Written by: KISKEYAMAN, 7 Dec 2013 8:09 PM
From: Haiti
ATABEYA
Oh man, could you close your loud mouth? Give a break to haitian people who don't know your little existence.
In this moment, Haiti give your dr a great lesson of diplomacy. Your country give a bad image on this moment. You want to pick the nationality of people who are Dominicans.
You don't see your country? how a country where the dominicans think they are the better can have malnutrition. Wake up, you don't live in a paradise, Without the trade with Haiti you will lost more money. In this moment littel bird of ill omen, you forget your Haiti in this moment canot know the same situation when the people send ARISTIDE. Martelly have a lot of people who believe in his work. PLEASE CLOSE YOUR MOUTH AND GIVE ME A BREAK WITH YOUR WORDS WHICH DON't hava eny sense. GO AWAY. THE PEOPLE I SEE IN THIS PICTURE ARE NOT HAITIANS BUT DOMINICANS. A LOT OF DOMINICANS LIVE IN POVERTY HERE. DON't try to make me believe they are HAITIANS.
Written by: rokete, 9 Dec 2013 4:33 PM
From: Dominican Republic, (((( DEPORT THE HAITIANS, BUILD THE BORDER WALL !! ))))
No perception. Jus saguinis is citizenship by blood inheritance as prescribed by the German concept.. Sanguinis means blood lineage in latin. Haiti follows jus sanguinis. Therefore, you have Haitian citizenship even if your parents are astronauts and you are born on the surface of the moon. Dominicans follow jus solis. Jus solis gets citizenship based on place of birth, subject to your patents being legal resident in DR. Once again and this is where people are confused, "SUBJECT TO YOUR PARENTS BEING LEGAL RESIDENT IN DR AT THE TIME OF BIRTH". This law is in Dominican constitution since 1929, it was simply ratified in the new constitution. It is not going back to 1929. Rather it has been in effect and coming forward since 1929. It is being implemented because of the resent chaotic illegal migration to the country in the last 15 years. Citizenship is a legal matter, not emotional. GO GET YOUR CITIZENSHIP AT THE IRRESPONSABLE AND DISFUNCTIONING HAITIAN EMBASSY. YOU ARE HAITIAN
Written by: josean, 9 Dec 2013 4:43 PM
From: United States, Fighting the Dictatorship of the Narco PLD Mafia; Guillermo Moreno President 2016


I almost missed it!


Written by: Atabey, 10 Dec 2013 1:15 AM
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Antonioj, kakaman, joseanus, et fellow travellers,


Read the good professor's book or at le minimum some of his conclusiones. He's pessimiste on Haití's prospects moving forward and it has to do WITH HAITÍ'S HISTORY! AND CURRENT STATE OF AFFAIRS.

UNLESS YOU DEAL WITH YOUR ENDEMIC CULTURE OF CORRUPTION, PREDATORY STATE, SLAVERY OF YOUR YOUTH, DESTRUCCIÓN OF YOUR ARABLE LAND, AND LEAVE BEHIND YOUR ESTABLISHED MODE of operation, No amount of "visas para un sueño"-which is what a Dominican citizenship represents, will tame your journey down the abyss.


Written by: josean, 10 Dec 2013 7:05 AM
From: United States, Fighting the Dictatorship of the Narco PLD Mafia; Guillermo Moreno President 2016


"your journey down the abyss."


Speaking from personal experience!


Written by: Atabey, 10 Dec 2013 1:10 PM
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Says the resident Idiot, Joseanus:

"This (is) not about illegals or the tragedy of RESTAVEKS; it as about the denial of Dominican citizenship to Dominican nationals of Hatian (sic) ancestry."

How the hell do you think this issue developed, if not because of the "Push Factors" inherent in that discombobulating western land named Haiti?

First, Haiti has NEVER given its own people basic legal documents like a birth certificate.

Second, Haiti has created inhuman conditions in Haiti that DRIVES or PUSHES people en masse out of Haiti and into DR or whatever other land their poor can manage to gain access to.

Third, not able to secure itself or its people because of:

1. Endemic corruption throughout the Haitian society that makes DR look like Denmark by comparison;

2. Destruction of its natural endowment, its arable lands, rivers and lakes;

3. A Predatory State that has created the poorest society in the Western Hemisphere

Written by: Atabey, 10 Dec 2013 1:11 PM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--



4. A society that has 100,000s of its youth in SLAVE conditions, often sexually abused and not provided with schooling. Marred for life by ITS OWN PEOPLE!

5. And what's worst of all: with no WILLINGNESS TO CHANGE COURSE!!! and correct all these and other deficiencies.


These "push Factors" are what drives the waves upon waves of undocumented social/poverty dumping from Haiti throughout the region and DR specifically. And UNTIL these "push Factors" are corrected Haiti will CONTINUE TO hemorrhage its poor unto the World. Yes, DR with its higher rates of growth and need for labor attracts them, and some Dominicans have engaged in using their low cost labor. But the LAW is the LAW. Illegally crossing the border does not mean YOU the illegal party is in the right and can demand that the host nation give you legal status or your offspring. The HOST decides Citizenship.


Can't handle the facts, Joseanus! LOL



:)



Written by: Atabey, 10 Dec 2013 1:13 PM
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Source:


The Political Economy of Disaster: Destitution, Plunder and Earthquake in Haiti
Mats Lundahl 2013


Mats Lundahl has written several seminal works on Haiti,.. Together, the volume provides both historical background and explanation as to why Haiti was so badly affected by the earthquake, and to why reconstruction efforts have been ineffective this far.

Lundahl argues that the two main causes can found in the interaction between the growth of the population and the destruction of the arable soil on the one hand, and in the creation of a predatory state during the nineteenth century, which still exists to this day.

This book provides a comprehensive analysis, which charts these themes from the time of the arrival of Columbus in the island in 1492, to the present day. The book also deals with contemporary market and policy failures, as well as the crucial recent elections, and considers the path ahead for this impoverished nation.


Facts, just the facts.
Written by: josean, 10 Dec 2013 1:14 PM
From: United States, Fighting the Dictatorship of the Narco PLD Mafia; Guillermo Moreno President 2016


Like his Narco God Lie-onel; imploding before our very eyes!


Written by: Atabey, 10 Dec 2013 4:34 PM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--


Argue the facts, Cabron.



Source:


The Political Economy of Disaster: Destitution, Plunder and Earthquake in Haiti
Mats Lundahl 2013


Mats Lundahl has written several seminal works on Haiti,.. Together, the volume provides both historical background and explanation as to why Haiti was so badly affected by the earthquake, and to why reconstruction efforts have been ineffective this far.

Lundahl argues that the two main causes can found in the interaction between the growth of the population and the destruction of the arable soil on the one hand, and in the creation of a predatory state during the nineteenth century, which still exists to this day.

. The book also deals with contemporary market and policy failures, as well as the crucial recent elections, and considers the path ahead for this impoverished nation.


Facts, just the facts.



Can't handle the facts>

:)


Written by: josean, 10 Dec 2013 5:08 PM
From: United States, Fighting the Dictatorship of the Narco PLD Mafia; Guillermo Moreno President 2016



You know they have become frustrated and lost their minds when the resort to Profanity!



Written by: Atabey, 10 Dec 2013 5:56 PM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--
Running scared I see.

Notice that he=Josean dares not answer how the "push Factors" have contributed GREATLY to the problem at hand.


Predatory State, destruction of arable lands, Slavery, massive corruption, etc.

Josean knows he's got a losing hand, that the facts support the DR. Haiti is structurally a vast basket case with NO REASONABLE chance of resolving its myriad of internal problems (the ones professor Mats Lundahl in his:The Political Economy of Disaster: Destitution, Plunder and Earthquake in Haiti makes clear.)

Since these problems are very likely to persist over time, the likelihood of Haiti righting itself are sadly infinitesimal, and thus the vast outcry to prevent the DR from enacting strong measures to secure its definition of citizenship.

Josean can't defend his position
Written by: josean, 10 Dec 2013 5:59 PM
From: United States, Fighting the Dictatorship of the Narco PLD Mafia; Guillermo Moreno President 2016


More Good News on the PLD’s Civilizing TAX MUGGING IDIOT IRS Atabey supports:


"More food taxes starting in January"

"The gradual increases in taxation on food in the Dominican Republic continues with the ITBIS tax on sugar, coffee, yoghurt, chocolate, margarine and oil, as well as other items, increasing from the present 8% to 11% in January 2014.

ALL THESE PRODUCTS WERE TAX-FREE BEFORE THE NOVEMBER 2012 FISCAL REFORM."


No wonder he’s got his PURPLE PANTIES all tied up in KNOT today!

Written by: josean, 10 Dec 2013 6:08 PM
From: United States, Fighting the Dictatorship of the Narco PLD Mafia; Guillermo Moreno President 2016


Forget all that obfusucatrory Mumbo Jumo:

"This is pure and simple about the denationalization of Dominicans of Haitian ancestry period!"




Written by: Atabey, 10 Dec 2013 6:08 PM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--



Notice that he=Josean dares not answer how the "push Factors" have contributed GREATLY to the problem at hand.


Predatory State, destruction of arable lands, Slavery, massive corruption, etc.

Josean knows he's got a losing hand, that the facts support the DR. Haiti is structurally a vast basket case with NO REASONABLE chance of resolving its myriad of internal problems (the ones professor Mats Lundahl in his:The Political Economy of Disaster: Destitution, Plunder and Earthquake in Haiti makes clear.)

Since these problems are very likely to persist over time, the likelihood of Haiti righting itself are sadly infinitesimal, and thus the vast outcry to prevent the DR from enacting strong measures to secure its definition of citizenship.

Josean can't defend his position
Written by: josean, 10 Dec 2013 6:09 PM
From: United States, Fighting the Dictatorship of the Narco PLD Mafia; Guillermo Moreno President 2016


Forget all that obfusucatrory Mumbo Jumo:

"This is pure and simple about the denationalization of Dominicans of Haitian ancestry period!"

Written by: Atabey, 10 Dec 2013 6:16 PM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--



Notice that he=Josean dares not answer how the "push Factors" have contributed GREATLY to the problem at hand.


Over population, Predatory State, destruction of arable lands, Slavery, massive corruption, etc.

Josean knows he's got a losing hand, that the facts support the DR. Haiti is structurally a vast basket case with NO REASONABLE chance of resolving its myriad of internal problems (the ones professor Mats Lundahl in his:The Political Economy of Disaster: Destitution, Plunder and Earthquake in Haiti makes clear.)

Since these problems are very likely to persist over time, the likelihood of Haiti righting itself are sadly infinitesimal, and thus the vast outcry to prevent the DR from enacting strong measures to secure its definition of citizenship.

Josean can't defend his position
Written by: josean, 10 Dec 2013 6:22 PM
From: United States, Fighting the Dictatorship of the Narco PLD Mafia; Guillermo Moreno President 2016


How are you defending the Yankee Stadium at La Romana?


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