The collapse of Haiti, the displacement of its inhabitants to the Dominican side could result in the balkanization of the Caribbean, hurting all America
The island of Santo Domingo or Hispaniola, after Cuba, is the largest island in the Caribbean and the most populated, shared by 2 countries of different culture, religion and language, which have fought against each other for the possession of the same. A similar situation, to the one that occurred in the former Yugoslavia.
Haiti, is the first black republic of the world, after defeating the troops of Napoleon Bonaparte. They’re proud of their race and origin.
The Dominicans love and defend their land against all foreign threats. In Hispaniola was the first rebellion of the natives , led by Cacique Enriquillo (1519) , and the first rebellion of Afro-descendant slaves, led by Sebastián Lemba (1532).
They successfully confronted the English expedition (1655) and defeated the French (1808) , to return to the Spanish Empire, after having been ceded by the latter.
They gain independence by dislodging the Spaniards (1822), to once again throw the Spaniards out of their territory (18 65), and avoid annexation to the United States (1871). Years later, they become the only country in the world , which faces 3 interventions from the United States: 1904, 1916-1924 and 1965.
With Haiti it has always been a constant battle since when they were a French colony. They entered the territory with the genocide of Neiba in 1797 , and "degüello de Moca" in 1805. Defeating its expansionist pretensions in several bloody battles from 1844 to 1855.
In 1994 the fear of Haiti resurfaced with the candidacy of José Francisco Peña Gómez, Dominican son of Haitians, which was confronted by personalities , such as Consuelo Despradel, Leopoldo Espaillat Nanita and Fuerza Nacional Progresista (FNP) led by Marino Vinicio Castillo (Vincho), which has turned "nationalism" as a flag and distinctive sign. With the death of Peña Gómez in 1998, these misgivings were momentarily forgotten.
With the rise of Danilo Medina to the Presidency (2012), the Dominicans "discovered" they have been invaded by their Haitian neighbors, in a gradual and gradual manner, from the moment in which Leonel Fernández (1996) , and Hipólito Mejía (2000) ) were permissive towards these, due to acquired commitments with the international "progressive sectors" to unify the island into a "binational state".
The overflowing immigration of Haitians is promoted insistently by agents paid from abroad, promoting favorable demands before the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (CoIDH) . While nationalism is fueled by Leonel Fernandez, dealing with it to try and return to power once more.
Its peak was during the broadcast of judgments 168/13 and 256/14 of the Constitutional Court, which rejects granting nationality to Haitians born in its territory and separates from the Inter-American Court of Human Rights CoIDH . And the enactment of laws favorable to immigrants, especially 169-14.