While I congratulate Wyclef on his decision to run for President of Haiti, we have to remember that what we may feel in America is good for foreign people may not always be good for them. As someone who has traveled and worked in 17 countries and has studied international affairs, I have seen this to be the case many times over. One need to only look at the Congo, where Mobutu ruled with an iron fist for over 30 years and was a friend to every U.S. President. He was discovered by George Bush senior in 1957. If the Haitian people want Wyclef, more power to him. I am not doubting his qualifications and no one can doubt his passion. I just think that we should not ignore home grown Haitian leadership just because they may be unknown to us. The results can be catastrophic for the people on the ground.
https://www.upstanderinternational.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/OmekongoLogo.png 0 0 Dr. Omekongo Dibinga https://www.upstanderinternational.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/OmekongoLogo.png Dr. Omekongo Dibinga2014-01-08 08:51:462014-01-08 08:51:46The dangers of a Wyclef presidency