Haiti : Miss Haiti 2010

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This doesn't bother me. She won without cheating right? If anyone has a problem with who won, perhaps the people who conducted the selection should be in question. It seems like the people who make the decisions always go by unnoticed.
 

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I'm not sure cheating is the appropriate word---especially, if what the poster mentioned by Amnat said is true about the pageant never being genuine from the get. Plus, it is highly unlikely this girl wasn't aware of what went down. This is supposed to be an attorney right? What kind of 'official' laws would Haiti have that would allow outsiders to come in and represent? It's bad enough she still represents the same old vanguard image being pushed, but she isn't even from the country itself. How can that NOT be questionable? For the record, I did ask that question; I still want to know who voted that white woman in as queen of an HBCU? You always need to know the nature of the puppet AND the puppetmaster.





This doesn't bother me. She won without cheating right? If anyone has a problem with who won, perhaps the people who conducted the selection should be in question. It seems like the people who make the decisions always go by unnoticed.
 

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all babies are cute, all young women are pretty....

Is it only me or do others think its really retarded for women to parade around in bikinis and high heels... and have others judge them on how beautiful they are?

I put this in the same category as the ''women's lingerie NFL team''
:geek:..they are all lovely, there is no way to pick one above any others. it's silly.
 

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She doesn't look any lighter than those pictures of ''black women' you used to put up before i said something.......besides this more of a political issue..and i see her no different than when Vanessa Williams was chosen as the First black woman crowned Miss American...they are the same complexion and Vanessa has blue eyes..

Please clarify this garbage you have posted. You have never seen one pic of a "light bright" or half-breed in any pic examples i have shown, you sound delusional.

You obviously have never seen my picture albums.......

And again this is a clear cut case of a self-hating "Negroe" complex that gives "light" skin or "mixed" breeds more prevalence.....i.e Brazil.......
 

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Please clarify this garbage you have posted. You have never seen one pic of a "light bright" or half-breed in any pic examples i have shown, you sound delusional.

You obviously have never seen my picture albums.......

And again this is a clear cut case of a self-hating "Negroe" complex that gives "light" skin or "mixed" breeds more prevalence.....i.e Brazil.......
She is part of the Haitian elite so this is more of political issue than anything..plus i think her skin was bleached for the competition.. and my comment isn't garbage- its the truth:court:
 

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She is part of the Haitian elite so this is more of political issue than anything..plus i think her skin was bleached for the competition.. and my comment isn't garbage- its the truth:court:
My apology sister, i just took offense to you deeming me something else than is.

As far as it being a "political" issue, well if they have a population of mixed breeds in haiti, that are put in the spotlight, then YES it is a form of self-hate that has invaded a part of haitian society, only in a lesser fashion, as haiti never really was steeped in the sort of mixing as other parts of the carribean was.

The politics are more of a mask over of the REAL sentiments within a framework of global white supremacy that has poisoned the fabric if afrikans everywhere.

Why is she bleaching, if that is the case?

Why is their a need to have someone "light' or "mixed" be seen as "beauty" standard for an afrikan republic or nation?

Those are questions that need to be answered, and that goes for anywhere, because i'm sure you'll find that it goes deeper than just "politics".
 

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My apology sister, i just took offense to you deeming me something else than is.

As far as it being a "political" issue, well if they have a population of mixed breeds in haiti, that are put in the spotlight, then YES it is a form of self-hate that has invaded a part of haitian society, only in a lesser fashion, as haiti never really was steeped in the sort of mixing as other parts of the carribean was.

The politics are more of a mask over of the REAL sentiments within a framework of global white supremacy that has poisoned the fabric if afrikans everywhere.

Why is she bleaching, if that is the case?

Why is their a need to have someone "light' or "mixed" be seen as "beauty" standard for an afrikan republic or nation?

Those are questions that need to be answered, and that goes for anywhere, because i'm sure you'll find that it goes deeper than just "politics".
Haiti has a long history of race mixing prior to the Reolution, and it basically propelled this mulatto elite into ascendancy.

"Because many planters had provided for their mixed-race children by African women by giving them education and (for men) training and entrée into the French military, the mulatto descendants became the elite in Haiti after the revolution. By the time of war, many had used their social capital to acquire wealth and some already owned land. Some had identified more with the French colonists than the slaves, and associated within their own circles. Their domination of politics and economics after the revolution created another two-caste society, as most Haitians were rural subsistence farmers. In addition, the still-new nation's future was literally mortgaged to French banks in the 1820s as it was forced to make massive reparations to French slaveholders in order to receive French recognition and end the nation's political and economic isolation."

This was the pattern of French colonialism from St. Dominique, to New Orleans, to "French" West Africa. It was an assimilationist policy and its vestiges exist today in every former French colony and settlement.
 

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OK, here's how it goes. I have appointed myself as the sole judge.

#14 She's the winner.

#13 & #7 are almost in a tie for runner up. But, as judge, I gotta make the tough decisions. So......(drum roll)........#7 takes 2nd place and #13 takes third place.

#2 & #9 are also almost in a tie for 4th and 5th place. This decision is tougher than the one for 2nd and 3rd place. Once again, since I appointed myself judge, I gotta make the tough decisions. Soooooo......(drum roll)........ #9 gets the nod for 4th place and #2 gets the nod for 5th place.

Explanation:
#14 has a slightly better body than #7. She is very well propotioned and she has an exotic looking face with a warm and peaceful smile. She also have small classy earrings. (This judge don't like women in big earings)

#7 doesn't look as good in the face as #13 but she does have a slightly better body. (Body goes a long way with this judge.) She has slightly more meat on her bones than #13 and her chest is slightly larger. (Chest goes a long way with this judge.)

#13 is very good looking and has a very classy look about herself. Obviously, this judge is not feeling the big earrings, but those are not permanent. This judge is not really into the skin tight hair which says a lot for her other attributes that she would rank so highly...she's a very good looking woman.

#9 is nice looking, she does help herself with smaller earrings...but.....she don't quite have enough meat on her bones and she could use a little more chest.

#2 is actually very good looking but she seems to have the least amount of meat on her bones. Some judges might like that, but this particular judge isn't into "Too slim" Since I appointed myself judge, this puts #2 in a disadvantage. Then she got those big earrings.

If you haven't figured out by now, I have WAY TOO MUCH TIME on my hands today! :em2300: That's my judgement.
 

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