Reggie Auguste

Throughout the 18th and 19th centuries Haitians knew exactly who to fight. Their enemies were obvious.

Now Haitians are so high on cheap opium (Karl) and their minds so full of Platonism (Nietzsche) that they can not distinguish their enemies who have cloaked themselves as priests, pastors, Christians, humanists, democrats.

The poor in Cite Soleil face the agents - or demons - of a global system that prey on people. While they are themselves part of a nightmarish matrix more