I was listening to the popular Radio show Ranmase on Saturday, September 26, 2015 and what I heard in the mouth of two so called professional politicians was unbelievable. At one point in a discussion between the tho guesses, Me Andre Michel and Rudy Heriveaux, all notions of decency were out of the window. For a moment, I thought I was in the middle of "Mache La Croix-des-Bossales" witnessing an argument between a typical buyer and seller.
My question is that has Radio show Ranmase been transformed into a Mud bath?
Breaking news. Senator Moise Jean Charles made the news this Saturday on Ranmasse. He publicly demands that all meetings with President Michel Martelly should stop. Any scheduled meeting by the opposition with the president should be cancelled because they are for the international consumption.
According to Senator Moise Jean Charles President Michel Martelly is scheduled to take the stage at the United Nation (UN) this coming week and he wants to use these meetings to show the international community during his speech that democracy is moving forward and that he's talking to everyone in the country. According to the Senator of North, the President is not really serious and doesn't have any real plan to continue with these meetings, pass his UN presentation
To the surprise of many, Guyler C. Delva announced that he is no longer an advisor to President Michel Martelly. This announce was made by Mr. Delva himself at the popular Radio show: Ranmasse this Saturday, November 9, 2013.
Does that mean we will no longer have the presence of Guyler C. Delva every cause for the Martelly government?
He stated that he took the decision to leave his position as adviser to the president to give more time to his new work which is to work to defend assassinated journalists under the "SOS Journalist Association.
What should we expect this Saturday at Radio Caraibes in Port-au-Prince? Let's look at the situation:
On the one hand, the government classified Andre Michel as a fugitive of the law. On the other hand, Andre Michel as he has been doing before, will likely say things that the government of Martelly will not enjoy, specially about the wife and son of president Michel Martelly.
Will there be a representative of the government to defend their position this time or will be in the presence of CIMO or a specialize unit in the Haitian Police force waiting down in in the streets to arrest attorney Andre Michel after Ranmasse show?
The "Haitian Joudalist" just heard something that is very upsetting. Even worst, it was revealed on May 18, the day we celebrate our flag, a symbol of unity and Black pride.
The Race issue is back in the Haitian society. That is if the information revealed by the Haitian politician and former president of the Democratic United Committee (Komite inite Demokratik, KID) is true. Mr. Evens Paul reported on the popular Radio show "Ranmase" that in an event taking place recently in the city of Milot in the North of the country, the Chief of Protocal responsible to organize the event wanted more children of mixed color in front because too many of them were dark; he ordered the black children to go on the back, moving the light skinned children to the front.
Brown Family created the Radio Caraibes in 1949. Currently, Patrick Moussignac runs Radio Caraibes, which hosts Ranmasse, the most popular talk show on Haitian Island. Radio Television Caraibes is currently working on call-to-listen service which will provide its listeners with an on-demand service. The popular talk-show Ranmasse, which is broadcasted live on every Saturday morning, will be made available 24 hours a day through AudioNow using the call-to-listen service.
AudioNow awarded Patrick Moussignac with Chairman's Award for Open Media Access and Social Engagement because of his innovative ideas which are geared not only towards the development of Radio Caraibes but also towards understanding the needs of the listeners.
In Port-au-Prince in Haiti every Saturday, on the radio version of CNN's Crossfire, critics, politicians, wanting to be kingmakers, all arrive for a chance to spar verbal swords, accuse and debate on the future of Haiti.
They are all ready to have the opponents shredded in the war to shape opinion of the public. There is no stop clock, no audience in the studio, no applause meter. The only thing to hear is the amplified sound of voices in Creole accent that emanate all through the city.
This political firefight is tuned into by all listeners from Haiti, Paris, Montreal and Miami. This is all happening in a nation where there has been a repression of free speech right from historical times.
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