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Very few men are privileged to be credited for changing the collective. It requires a divine intervention to change the collective. The laws that govern the collective are different from that of the individual; they are usually outside the realm of man. Martin Luther King was able to affect the collective because he had a divine mandate to do so. Blacks in America were crying out to God and God heard their plea and raised him for such time that was. Haitians have many things against them; first they have universal laws pertaining to the system that is operating in this world against them. They also have a majority population made up of blacks, that makes them subject to the forces of Negation that restrained black in the world. Not to exclude the fact that they are practicing the cult of the dead that is an abomination to God. He will not allow them to prosper and flourish as long as they continue to practice their cult in opposition to His will.
A man is an individual, yet he is part of a collective. He inherits the traits that defined him as part of a collective. Prosperity is directly proportionate to integrity, for without internal integrity, there is no external wholeness. Without law, order, uprightness, and justice, there can never be prosperity. Righteousness and integrity walk hand in hand as peace walks hand in hand with prosperity. Abraham was known for his righteousness as well as his riches. He was a rich man in cattle, in servants and in gold. He was called righteous because of his integrity. He owed his riches to his righteousness. Because he observed the law, the statutes and the commandments of God, he was accounted righteous for that and because of his righteousness he was eligible to receive the blessing of God. In other word, he became rich because of his integrity. This is the individual way to achieve prosperity in the world. But Haiti has two problems, collectively they worship the dead, which is an opposition to the will of God, secondly they are under the grip of the forces of Negation, because they have a black majority population. Therefore only God can raise a champion to teach them and guide them out of their condition.
Lets us imagine a scenario in which the situation in Haiti was reversed, where the majority of the population are white or light skin and the minority of the population are blacks and dark complexion, Haiti as a country would be different as such Haiti would be in a shape equal to that of the Dominican Republic or better perhaps as developed as any country in Europe. The reason for this is simple; Negationwould not play a role in restricting the majority of the population and the minority restricted by Negation will be compensated by the greater population. Haiti has not excelled and prospered not because whites are superior to blacks but because of Negation; it will take a divine interference to change the situation in Haiti. Without intervention from God America would still be a segregated country, and South Africa would still be divided by apartheid. Without an understanding of the forces that are shaping humanity, our struggle to change the disparity that exists between blacks and whites in Haiti is futile. The problem is not with the individual but with the collective, it is with the collective, because the way this system of things is set up, because the way dispensation on earth is set up to favor Attainment by affinity to color, reversing or equalized this situation requires divine help.
Without Righteousness there is no Inner Light
It is not without cause that you see poverty all around us, simple logic or common sense should tells us that something is fundamentally wrong at the core of our belief system, our way of thinking. We need to revamp our thinking and our way of life so that we can leave an inheritance for our children; an inheritance that is worthy of the human race. Somehow this trend has to stop; I am going to go forth with the power plant proposal, regardless of fear. I know that the benefits that the Haitian people will derive from it. I am therefore waiting to see who is going to join me or who is going to oppose me. Japan, England, France, these countries did not achieved their prosperity without integrity; that means they had to apply discipline, justice, law and order in their way of life. These are the prerequisites for prosperity; justice, righteousness is the only way to achieve prosperity.
The next question I ask is: can people really circumvent their collectivity. I know that some of us feel that they are getting away without paying the price for their collectivity. They feel that if they can identify themselves with a different legacy (country or collectivity) such as their parents or grand parents coming from Europe or the Middle East, they can escape the consequences for their own collectivity. They don’t have to associate themselves with the bad things associated with the homeland or the collective. I believe that they are fooling themselves; I feel that they are paying the price like everybody else, even if not directly, they are paying the price indirectly. They must still live their lives in the midst of the people they don’t want to identify themselves with; they must still live in the country that give birth to them; they still have to drive their cars in the filth, in the dirt road, breath the filthy air, wait for darkness to fall in their neighborhood at night to turn on their generators. Despites all effort to disassociate themselves from the collective which they are part of; they are still carry the burden for their collective failure. They are part of the collective, rather they deny it or not, they are Haitians.
There is only one enemy and the devil fools us all, pitching us against each other. However position we take or whatever side we align ourselves with, we still come short. We are affected in one way or the other by the collective. Why doesn’t the able side or the more capable Haitians take the bull by the horn so to speak and start investing in the welfare of the country. Instead of using the Haitian condition as a step stool to prop up their egos; they should embrace the needs of the collective. This is (an) impossibility, a mutually exclusive situation, because they don’t have an identity with the collective or the country to the Haitian people. They have no vested interest therefore the “laissez faire” mentality is adopted. It is easier to deny reality and hind behind (their dreams, their wishes) could have been or a want be reality. I assure you that they are fooling themselves or they let the devil fooled them. This is falsehood, a truth in revered, a lie concocted by the devil. They are as much Haitians; rather they identify themselves with the collective or not, they are part of the collective. Thou they adopt their mothers and fathers or their grand parents collectivity (homeland, country); they are still reaping the benefits of their own country, for good or bad rather they chose to affirm it or negate it.
It is a question of identity, a question of self, and a false sense of identity? In conclusion, I want to say that as long as they have a place to hide; hiding behind their parents and grand parents countries of origins (collectives) they can afford to disassociate themselves with the country and with the collective, with Haiti. They are resorting differences between themselves and the rest of the collective, perpetuating the original sin of separation, doing the bidding of the devil. I say to them that it is a false view, a false notion, for no one is an island. They cannot live their lives in a bubble, isolated from the rest of the country or the collective. They must breath the same filthy air as the rest of us, drive their cars on dirt roads in the dark at night like the rest of us. They are paying the price one way of the other. The devil has fooled us all. They are still consuming the fruit of the knowledge of good and evil, the fruit of better than. Had they accept their fate and embraced the short comings of their fellow Haitians, the country would have been in a different place, a better place for them and for the rest of us. What they failed to know is that our strength and power is not in separating ourselves from the weak but in embracing them.
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