Is the opposition biting more they can chew by protesting at US Embassy?

The leaders of MOPOD is determined to hold the next protest on November 29 in front of the US Embassy in Port-au-Prince on November 29, 2013. This is a new land that the opposition leader is venturing in by deciding to scheduling their next protest in front of the US Embassy. Are they will they accept the consequences.


Since September 11, 2001 where several terrorist attacks were launched by the Islamic terrorist group al-Qaeda upon the United States in New York City and Washington, D.C., the policy of the United States has changed as to what constitutes a threat to them. Having a huge crowd of people gathering in front of their embassy in protest, can be categorized as such a threat.

I think this is not a prudent move by the group opposing the Martelly regime. It is not good for the safety of either the embassy or the innocent demonstrators.

They should have been more responsible since they are unable to control every element participating in this protest.

One thing I can tell you is that the US Embassy will not take this announcement very lightly.

How can they prevent radical left-wing extremists form gathering around?

Did they evaluate the possible consequences?

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Pierre says...

You maybe not even haitian but talk about what u

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Pierre says...

Are u a haitian or an

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Pierre says...

@ jacky Dessalines Shut up this people like you who should go to Dominican Republic and they will do something with you (ban krazé péyi) what do you know about democracy?

You think democracy is protesting any time you want to remove and elected leader.

Why don't you go to Dominican Republic with you group of clound to protest or fight for what they doing to Haitian people.


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Stephanie says...

Stable countries let the leaders finish their term and VOTE to either re-elect or remove.

It's time to stop acting stupid and continue this Rache maniok crap...

After they make him leave then what?

People should invest their energy into more productive endeavors.

We have gone this route numerous times and it hasn't given us any good results.

Suspann fe peyi'a

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Frideny Eliassaint says...

Why don't you go there as well?

I think it's time to stop protesting against ourselves.

We need stability, we are disturbing our future, the future of our children, the future of our country

Let the investors see that we are a peaceful land so they can continue investing as they are doing now.

No way, protest is not good for the country.

It's time be an example, time to open our borders to the

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Clovis Camiien says...

To me, it's not a good idea at all. People should think twice before

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Jacky Dessalines says...

that should be the right place to go protesting to ask the u s government to get ride of those criminals, those thieves, those mafiaso to impose to the Haitian as they can not go protesting in the Washington million people should go with them make it clear to the us government we want democracy with progress and

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