A CLEANER VERSION OF ETHNIC CLEANSING : MIXED ON BLACK CRIME! #2 (ARTICLE )

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BY: LEON KWASI KUNTUO-ASARE

Today, the Dominican Republic still continues its racist and Xenophobic purging of migrant Haitians, Dominicans of Haitian descent and dark skin Dominicans, to poor to afford the proper documentation, to prove they are of Dominican ancestry.

According to relief officials, approximately fifty to a hundred people , the Dominican Republic claims to be of Haitian ancestry , are forcefully deported from the Small island nation, every day even though according to amnesty international, twenty-seven percent of the people deported, claim they were born and raised in the Dominican Republic.

For additional information use the link :

http://atlantablackstar.com/2015/09/21/negative-effects-dominican-republics-controversial-immigration-program-become-evident-targeting-haitians-continue/

A CLEANER VERSION OF ETHNIC CLEANSING: MIXED ON BLACK CRIME! (ARTICLE )

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BY: LEON KWASI KUNTUO-ASARE

Contrary to many major news media sources, what is going on in the Dominican Republic is not simply a deportation of illegal aliens, but a scheme to get rid of dark skin people all together, but especially those of Haitian descent.

Even people of Haitian descent whose family have lived in the the Dominican Republic for multiple generations are being deported, in fact a 2013 court ruling stripped many Dominicans of their citizenship if they are of Haitian descent or believed to be because they have dark skin.

During the first quarter of 2015 alone, approximately 40,000 people believed to be of Haitian ancestry have been deported to Haiti, a country many have never been to.

This of course is not the first time the Dominican Republic has tried to ethnic itself of people of Haitian descent, in 1937 a Dominican strongman backed by the United States Rafael Trujillo, had thousands of Haitians and dark skin Dominicans massacred.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION USE LINK :

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/worldviews/wp/2015/06/16/the-bloody-origins-of-the-dominican-republics-ethnic-cleansing-of-haitians/