Werley Nortreus or Prince Werley Nortreus is a Haitian-Afro leader, philosopher, intellectual, musical artist, author, writer, entrepreneur, and politician known in his community and other communities around the world. He was born into a Christian family in Haiti and grew up in the capital of the country. He was not born into a political family, and he is the only one involved in it.
He earned his respect and recognition after involving in political acts, and he is making a huge political difference to his community. To his generation and previous ones, he's a winner and role model as well. He is not only evolving in politics to help Haiti only, but he is a voice for other nations as well. He wrote and said some of the most powerful speeches that opened the eyes of a lot of people across the world. “Haitians are being punished for being the first black nation that helped and taught many countries how to get their freedom. Through the years, Haiti is being punished for the liberation of many slaves around the world. Unfortunately, that’s why they don’t want Haiti to prosper”, he once said about the current situation in Haiti.
He founded a political/social movement called Haitians Lives Matter, and he also founded a political party called Vanyan Sòlda Ayiti. Both of his political organizations are fighting against racism, injustice, police brutality, inequality, and discrimination. He said that he's using politics to make a political difference in Haiti and the world. He believes that his involvement in politics is the only way to help Haiti escapes from a system and oppression that are causing more harm than good.
Just like other nations believe in their own countries, he wants to make the Haitians believe in Haiti as well. He even said the system doesn't care about the Haitians, except their own. That's why he wants to lead Haiti to help make it prosperous very soon. “The Haitian Revolution must continue so Haiti can become free and independent again”, he once said on Bon Déjeuner! Radio.
Haiti was once discovered in 1942 by Christopher Columbus when he arrived upon a largely unknown island in the region of the Western Atlantic Ocean. From 1697 on, the Western part of the island was French and the Eastern part was Spanish but the Haitian Revolution leaders and other slaves fought the outsiders who invaded and that’s how the island has two parts called Haiti and Saint-Domingue now. Nowadays, during the 21st century, Haiti is no longer the same. Back then, Haiti was pretty rich and wealthy in golds, diamonds, oil, natural gas, and other resources until the outsiders came and stole all of its valuable resources then left the land in major misery and poverty.
As a result of being exploited by the outsiders, Haitian slaves rose up in revolt in 1791, and after decades of struggle, and the independent republic of Haiti was officially proclaimed in 1804. “Haiti is desperate for leadership”, Werley said during an interview with South Florida Caribbean News and the African Exponent about the current situation in Haiti and how bad leadership has caused the downfall of the nation.
For the past centuries, the outsiders have been treating Haitians and Haiti very badly, even after the death of the Haitian ancestors and other brave slaves who started the Haitian revolution, and other battles for freedom and respect. Nowadays, Haiti is no longer a great country but a country run by oppressors and outsiders. In human history, the oppressors and the outsiders have been killing Haitians for years in massacres and the world never repay Haiti for the death of millions of its citizens.
Terrible massacres like the Parsley massacre, the United States occupation of Haiti when the U.S. soldiers killed thousands of Haitians just to invade, and so many other massacres against the Haitians across the world that the world doesn't know about. Unfortunately, during the 21st century, massacres against Haitians are still taking place but the world seems to be quiet about the La Saline massacre and so many others.
During the 21st century, he is an influential young leader who is using politics to make a political difference and to help Haiti escapes from a system and oppression that are causing more harm than good. Many people think that he can become president of Haiti one day if he doesn't give up.
To keep updated and keep in touch with him, please visit www.princewerleynortreus.info