Here is Donald Trump and his popular statement: 'I will Make America Great Again.
Many of the Republican Party¡¯s leaders and elected officials, who fought against Trump during the primary, are still reluctant to endorse him as the party's nominee to contest the United States¡¯ presidential election in November. Trump, now, aligning some of his policy proposals with the mainstream Republican ideas while maintaining his distinctive identity. People have listened his new promise from Richmond on Friday night, June 12, 2016: "Make America Great Again". This slogan was first used by Ronald Reagan during his 1980 presidential campaign when the United States was suffering from a worsening economy, marked by high unemployment and inflation. The word "Again" clearly indicates Trump¡¯s open admission that the superpower of the planet earth is on a decline. To make this slogan one of the important themes of his campaign, and in a bid to popularize the slogan, he was wearing hat bearing the phrase.
Donald Trump has a big and ambitious plan to deport 11 million illegal aliens. However, when pressed on how he would deport 11 million undocumented immigrants from the country, Donald Trump is not sure.
The Republican candidate Donald Trump has promised to deport every 11 million illegal migrants in the United States, the whole lot of them, and about Muslim, he said, they¡¯re pouring in and we don¡¯t know what we¡¯re doing. He re-upped his call for banning Muslim immigration to the U.S. Mr. Trump has not set out any timeframe for his mass deportation strategy, however, as per American Action Forum's estimate, it would take about twenty years to find and deport that number of people. To Trump, they are all illegal immigrants; 'undocumented' is a softer word for them to him and he does not want to use that. He believes their process of deportation is quite simple: When somebody comes in illegally, it is the duty of the security guards to send them back. You don't need to go through the courts for 10 years. He has also promised to build a wall on the southern US border with fundings from Mexico and a mass deportation will relocate people to the other side of the wall.
Here is a picture of the former manager of the musical group Barikad Crew, Youri Chevry. In this picture, he is seen with Anick Francois, He was installed as the new mayor of Port-au-Prince. Youri Chevry does understand that the job of a mayor, specially that of a mayor of Port-au-Prince is extremely difficult.
On June 28, 2016, Youri Chevry (born October 14, 1967), the former manager of the musical group Barikad Crew has been installed as the new Mayor of the capital city, Port-au-Prince. For those, who wanted to know whether he would continue with his band 'Barikad Crew', Sassoune, the person closest to him said, as the present mayor of Port-au-Prince, he has relinquished his management duties, but would continue his association with the band. In the late 1980's, Youri went to Brooklyn to study management and sound engineering. He came to the musical arena much before the Gracia Delva era. In 2003, he joined Konpa Factory, Inc. as a director. The company was responsible for booking and promoting Bel Jazz in Haiti. Youri lost his wife and 11-year-old daughter in the 2010 earthquake. In last October, when he was campaigning as a candidate for mayor of Port-au-Prince under LAPEH banner, Yuri with his Jeans, loose shirt sleeves looked much different from his other contenders in the political race. He talked in a calm, little hesitant way about his plan for the youths and the capital city. As the new mayor, he has promised to make Port-au-Prince a clean city, the safety and security of every citizen will be ensured with the support of PNH and MINUSTAH. The municipal administration will work to encourage and stimulate the return of businesses in the downtown Port-au-Prince.
June, 2016 - Newly elected Mayor of Delmas, Wilson Jeudy severely criticized previous administration who were nominated by Martelly's government to run the city. According to Jeudy, when he left there was over 40 million of gourdes, several materials, including vehicles. Now he only found 4 million with most materials in terrible condition.
Wilson Jeudy was the elected Mayor of the Municipality of Delmas. He once proposed to build a prison on the island of Gonâve where Ministers, MPs would find their final resting place. About five years ago when he was the Mayor before, his main priority was to help the population and to achieve that he even dreamed of becoming the President of Haiti. He was a presidential candidate in the 2010-11 election and received 6076 (or 0.57%) votes. He was born in Gonaives on October 10, 1963. Jeudy is a devoted Christian, a Law school graduate and minored in Psychology and Sociology (Human Relations). As a Mayor, Jeudy has a long list of achievements in development and constructional works like construction of markets, schools, roads, theatre halls, palaces and many others. Before the last election, he was issued his certificate of discharge by the Superior Court of Auditors and Administrative Disputes (CSC/CA), certifying his management of public funds as the Principal Mayor of the Municipality of Delmas as well as the deputy mayors and other accounting of public funds. Recently, in June 2016, when he was re-elected as the Mayor of Delmas, he severely criticized the previous management of Delmas under Martelly administration for mismanagement of municipal fund. He said when he left there was over 40 million of gourdes in the municipal exchequer and several assets including vehicles. Now he found only 4 million gourdes in cash equivalents and rest of the assets in terrible condition.
Raymond Vincent, a 41-year-old youth pastor at a Pompano church, was arrested by U.S. Marshalls in Haiti after impregnating a 10-year-old girl and fleeing to Haiti.
Raymond Vincent is a 46-year old Pastor from South Florida. On July 1, 2016, he was arrested from his hideout in the northern coastal town of Au Borgne by the federal agents, in a joint operation with the Haitian National Police and was booked at the Broward County Jail. The Pastor has been arrested in charges with sexual battery on a 10-year old girl with lewd and lascivious conduct. The detectives were informed about Pastor Vincent's crime with the girl much earlier on February 13, 2016 by the Broward Health Medical Center. Because the girl was brought in there to receive medical attention for stomach pain and found to be pregnant. The girl had reported the police in person, sometime in December or early January, how Vincent raped her while she was asleep on a couch. As per police record, Raymond Vincent is not new to this crime. He was arrested once before in 2012 by the Fort Lauderdale police for preying on another underage girl whom he lured to his home with the promise of food, and then groped her.
Fireworks Show, Chrysanthemum effect is the peony with a trailing effect to the stars. A spherical break of colored stars that leave a visible trail. All the effects take their names from flowers.
Chrysanthemum: These fireworks are similar to 'Peony'. Chrysanthemums exhibit a spherical break of colored stars and its stars leave behind a trail of sparks. They look like fiber optic balls; the chrysanthemum features a scattering of bright stars which burn out to several faded trails.
May 30, 2016 - A Verification Commission headed by Pierre Francois Benoit reported that the elections conducted on October 25, 2015 was characterized by significant fraud and professional misconduct. "After digging into it, we started seeing a pattern where a lot of votes could not be traced to a voter or to a group of voters. I call them "zombie votes"
On the evening of May 30th, 2016, Haiti's Independent Commission of Electoral Evaluation and Verification (CIEVE), a five-member team led by a businessman, Francois Benoit, who is a former ambassador to the U.S, released its long-awaited report on the controversial Washington-supported Haitian elections of August 9 and October 25, 2015. The audited report of the five member panel reveals that "the electoral process was marred by serious irregularities, grave inconsistencies, and massive fraud, because only 9% of the total vote cast has been found to be valid." The members of the CIEVE have reviewed 3,235 voter tallies (procès verbal), i.e., a 25% random sample of 12,939 total votes cast.
Their concern includes the complete lack of female officials elected. However, as per the Commission, at least one woman Nétlande Pierre Dérius of the Artibonite did indeed win by popular vote and her case along with 21 other legislature contestants should be remanded to a special electoral court for reinstatement.
Here is the report of the Commission of Evaluation to the Nation.
There were many instances where the number of untraceable votes (also called zombie votes) exceeded the legitimate votes. One of the CIEVE members has summed it up as, more dead people have voted than the livings. Suspecting a high level of electoral fraud, they have recommended that October's presidential first-round election should be "restart from zero." The number of untraceable votes received by the first-place presidential candidate, according to the results of the CEP, was higher than the total number of such votes received by the second- and third-place candidates and it was higher than the difference between the first- and fifth-place candidates. As per CIEVE, it appeared that electoral fraud was masterminded at a "high level." Not only some acts were committed in simple violation of the Act, they were well organized; even the electoral decree and the Opont led CEP violated its own standard which were not in conformity with the constitution and the principles of democratic governance."La mission de L'oea.
Martelly's Haitian Bald Headed Party (PHTK) has dismissed the findings of the Commission arguing that it is just a plan for Provisional President Jocelerme Privert to remain in power.
May 27, 2016, Eustache St Lot, former director of BMPAD kept in custody by the prosecutor of Port-au-Prince to face with the former minister Wilson Laleau.
Mr. Eustache Saint-Lot, the former General Manager of BMPAD (Monetization Office of Development Assistance Programmes), was held in custody along with his lawyer Patrick Maitre Lawrence by the Commissioner of Port-au-Prince Parquet, since Friday, May 27 till June 3, 2016. They were kept under an order of the Director of the Public Prosecution at a police station in the capital, awaiting the arrival of the former Minister of Economy and Finance, Wilson Laleau who is traveling abroad. However, they were released later on a bail of 100 million gourdes. Wilson Laleau spent five years in the Martelly administration as the Minister of Trade and Finance. He has been also summoned by the new Government Commissioner of Port-au-Prince. Mr. Jean Danton Léger. As per opinion of the new Government Commissioner Léger, Mr. Eustache Saint-Lot and former Minister Wilson Laleau had given contradictory statements against each other in separate hearings in regard to the management of PetroCaribe fund amounting to $1.5 million. The Commissioner wants to question and hear these two men together in the same place and at the same time "to get the truth out of the bottom of the well."