As a President Is Assassinated, There Is No ‘Worst’ in Haiti

The good doctor thinks back to his many trips to Haiti in his The Epoch Times column after hearing of the assassination of the country’s president.

Yet the travails of Haiti were far from over. Apart from what, in the context, one might call the normal political disasters that have attended its history ever since in won its independence from France in 1804, there was a devastating earthquake followed by a cholera epidemic and a hurricane of terrible proportions.

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