Despite Haiti new government seem a "bunch of Diaspora" and know obviously well how hard a Haitian life in foreigh country, they show no knowledge and concern about Haitians lives when speaking. As leaders who experienced Haitians living abroad lifestyles, they should publicly talk to the people and show their understandimgness and worry about the living conditions of Diaspora besides waiting for them to send money.
So far as it has been just a few weeks for the new Haiti government, I will have to see for six months as I previously stated. However, I have already felt disgusting and worrying for the worst for Haitians *LIKE ME*.
Because to have leaders who believe that Haitians living in other countries are better off there and assume that we should always be some kind of maids, or maybe a special kind of slaves working on foreign people's land, and keep sending money back home that's all that seems matter. That's not a way leaders who seriously care for their country and people should think of.
Haiti needs leader who understands what is like being living in a foreign countries, especially being a Haitian in U.S with no Human Rights, but just bunch of workers doing jobs foreign people won't do.
Because such a leader would working on what it takes to get Haitians to want to go back to live in Haiti. Such a leader would also focus on doing what is right to prevent Haitians from getting on a boat to flee the country.
But, so far these ideas seem far away on the mind of Haiti new leaders. All their focus seem on doing and saying things to make foreign people to accept them. Impress the foreign media seems matter to them the most then to do what's right for own country and own people.
For example, the Haitian new president, Michel Martelly, once said publiclly in Creole " We can change the way American people looking at us". So, in his mind we have to live our lives forever trying to please the way foreign people looking at us rather then worry about the most important thing, which is what Haitian people are thinking or feel about Haiti.
Well, once again l'll wait for six month to see what good things happen in Haiti.