RE: Simon Dieuseul Desras ale Pote Plint Pou Matelly nan Chile

Guy Jean-gilles - December 3 2013, 7:50 PM

Well, Haiti is not the same since most of the intellectual force of the 80's left it for the kind of of people we see in parliament today.

Anyway, how did they got there?

When Haiti was Haiti, most of these guys could not have been any kind of employee, civil or governmental in the country.

to me, they seen like the kind we found in the countryside.

Today, they think that they own everything in the country.

Even trying to tell the Government what to do. I pray for a better Haiti.

And, I Know that some how, thinks will get back to normalcy one day not far from today.

Then, these guys can go back to where they belong.

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