Episode 46:

Hell Up In Haiti 🇭🇹

In this episode of the Uncultured Bias podcast.  Camara Williams is joined by Winva Loriston, we discuss the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse. We speculate on what possibly led to this tragic event, the social and political fallout, gang culture in Port-Au-Prince and the effect it has on the people. We also speak about Haiti’s beautiful culture and history. It’s a podcast you don’t want to miss!

Time Stamps:

I. Monologue (1:54)

II. Introductions (16:34)

III. Winva Loriston [guest] describes his travel ordeal (18:00)

IV. Haiti current political climate (21:07)

V. The hidden hand of the ‘Haiti Bourgeoise’ (31:24)

VI. Haitian gang culture (37:01)

VII. Political Vacuum (42:08)

VIII. Who is Jimmy ‘BBQ’ Cherizier? (50:14)

IX. Is it impossible to govern with peace (55:11)

X. Comparing the American political Institution to Haiti’s and Imperalism (59:18)

XI. The People of Haiti the effect of violence (1:05:20)

XII. The Power Dynamic of Insecurity (1:11:34)

XIII. Capitalism and Haiti (1:15:55)

XIV. The Beauty of Haitian People & Culture (1:20:15)

XV. Final Thoughts (1:26:58)