Entries by R Jeanty

Celebrities and their public defenders

I believe celebrity is the worst weapon sometimes used to protect/defend deviant antisocial and criminal behavior. For some odd reason, the public often feel they know a celebrity intimately and personally, and for this reason, many celebrities used their status to victimize and silence their victims, not just with their money, but also with their […]

The significance of daddy

It’s fair to say that some men don’t really take the time to think about what it’s like for a child to grow up without a father, especially in the black community. Today’s a very special day to me because it’s my daughter’s 7th birthday. I have not written a blog in a while, but […]

Team light skinned VS team dark skinned

Here we are in 2014, and we’re still struggling with an issue that has kept the black community divided since the white man set foot in Africa. While embracing the fact that the black race offers so many different hues would be beneficial to our community as a group, instead, we choose to disband ourselves […]

Pour Le Pays, Pour La Patrie is a thing of the past in Haiti.

We must understand that Haitians suffer the most devastating identity crisis known to mankind, due to illiteracy.  After watching a tape of Haitian fanatics going crazy over the national Brazilian team, I’m convinced that we have no patriots left in Haiti.  Everything non-Haitian has a better outlook. There are no more patriots left in Haiti. […]

The Reality of Hate

With all the disrespect and hatred that has been spewed towards President Obama lately, I find myself hating all the racists of this country for having done whatever it is that they have done. I caught myself getting angry and turning to a hatemonger like them. One particular case that angered me was the picture […]

In Honor of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King.

It’s been a while since I’ve posted a blog about anything. However, I’ve chosen this special day to write a blog because of a man who is more important to this country than any president that we have ever had in the history of this country, to me. Not even the founding fathers of this country had […]

Why I can’t stop writing

As a youngster, I endured a lot of pain and misery. I never felt like I belonged with either side of my family. Being raised by my paternal grandmother, whom I felt sometimes resented my presence, I never felt a connection to anybody. There have been many other tragic events in my life that I […]