Haiti update: Kenya recruits evangelical pastors to help lead the UN mission in Haiti? New PM falls ill

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The government of Kenya is resorting to the assistance of evangelical pastors as part of the solution to the crisis in Haiti. It seems that the pastors have even communicated with several of the gang leaders, including the infamous “Barbecue” and are serving as a conduit for effective communication between the UN mission and the gangs, as reported in the media.

One of the pastors, who went to the United States to deal directly with the Haitian community there, Serge Musasilwa, told reporters that there is hope of a peaceful solution to the current situation. According to the report in Reuters, all their attempts to communicate with Jimmy Cherizier (Barbecue) have failed. Human rights groups in Haiti are calling for the prompt deployment of the Kenyan mission and call the attempts to communicate with the gang leaders an insult to their victims.

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By this point Kenya can say what it wants. It has been doing that for months. Just words and nothing more.

Bad Kenya, very bad. If in the end you do nothing, then how hard is it to remain quiet?
 
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By this point Kenya can say what it wants. It has been doing that for months. Just words and nothing more.

Bad Kenya, very bad. If in the end you do nothing, then how hard is it to remain quiet?
Using church leaders to broker a peace deal with the Haitian gangs is futile. If religious influence had the potential to bring peace, there are plenty of religious organizations in Haiti to broker a deal with the gangs and it would have been done long ago. They know the gangs better than Kenyan pastors.

There is something going on with the Kenyan government and their role in the intervention. I don’t know if it’s internal political problems or problems with the UN. I thought they might be holding out for more money but I don’t think that’s the problem. The only people benefiting from the delays are the gangs.

The time for the Kenyans to shite or get off the pot is long past.
 
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Pastors?
Damn, they're really grasping at straws now aren't they?
 

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You can't make this shit up ! They should recruit some snippers to deal with them.
It's only me or does it really looks like that the whole world gets more woke and crazy every day ?!
 
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You can't make this shit up ! They should recruit some snippers to deal with them.
It's only me or does it really looks like that the whole world gets more woke and crazy every day ?!
LOL... It's actually not made up... But human society is clueless regarding what's really going on... And yes... The world (human society) is getting more crazy every day.
 
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They are currently rioting in Kenya and have stormed the parliament in protest of a large tax increase. I wonder if Haiti will send a few thousand peacekeeping troops to stop the violence and restore order.
 

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The motive may not be peace and progress. It may be to control the chaos into someone’s favor;
Kenya. A high volume of heroin and cocaine are transited into Kenya from Pakistan, Iran and Latina America through aerial and sea routes to North America and Europe.
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East African drug trade - Wikipedia

Yep... As is commonly understood... The usual culprits are...

"The origin of Western demand comes from centers of tourism that were developed before the 1980s. Coastal resorts in East Africa saw an influx of European, South African, and American tourists, who sparked demand for marijuana and heroin in the region. Beginning in the 1980s, the war on drugs in the United States greatly strengthened East Africa as a piece of the international drug trade because competing drug smuggling operations in Central and South America were closed or significantly impeded."
 
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