"Oppression" and "slavery" are often a matter of subjective perception and opinion. Just exactly how did the Duvaliers oppress and enslave their subjects that receiving money from them would be such a great evil?
You're kidding, right? Murder, assassination, torture, corruption...sure, these are all great things, heck why not just canonize Jean-Claude Duvalier, while you're at it you can elevate Pol Pot and Nicolae Ceauşescu to sainthood. All I can say is WOW.
Can you substantiate these accusations rather than just calling them facts?
I gave you a source which is full of research, interviews, etc. But you're unwilling to consider it. Why should I assume you'll better receive any other source I provide?
You call Christopher Hitchens's book "well researched and wonderfully written". Why should I take this to be true solely on your authority? Is it possible you see this book as "well researched and wonderfully written" only because it reaffirms your preconceived notions?
Could be, but seeing how you haven't actually read it, you're hardly in a position to make that assertion. Read it, judge for yourself, or maybe you're afraid of what you'll find, the truth isn't always pretty.
Really? Where have I ever really praised Mother Theresa on this forum? You assume that just because I want substantiation of the accusations you and others have leveled against her that I actually think her a saint? All I've really ever said in her defense is that many people from all religions praise Mother Theresa as the epitome of sanctity; I have never said that I agree with them, and you might actually find me willing to reexamine her case with an open mind.
If that is the case, then my apologies...but forgive me for being skeptical since when I did provide a source it was quickly thrown back at me an rejected without any good reason except the 'possibility' of bias.
Again, a claim that you need to substantiate.
Fully documented, referenced, and discussed in detail in the book I already suggested.