Achievement, Rich Vs Poor, Haiti Movie News, Duvalier & the Macoutes

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"We Become What We Think About Most Of The Time"
by: Woodring Saint Preux
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January 8th, 2005
Yap Pale, Nap Travay!

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About Achievement

Disciplining yourself to do what you know is right and
important, although difficult, is the highroad to pride,
self-esteem, and personal satisfaction.

Brian Tracy

Movie Premier Announcement

Movie L'IMPREVU Now Playing In Miami
This Sunday, January 8th, 2006
@ the Shores Theater in North Miami
2 Showings: 6:00 PM and 8:00 PM
Movie Info here:

*NEW* The Rich Dad Fan Club!

Since I read Robert Kiyosaki's Rich Dad Poor Dad book, I
literally became a new person. I think differently about
success, wealth, and money in general.

I have a different vision on life and I have a better
understanding of the major differences between the rich and
The poor.

Rich Dad Poor Dad - I recommend it!
271 weeks in The New York Times Bestseller list!

It is a simple definition:

The rich teach their kids to have money work for them while
the poor and middle class, 99.9% of Haitians fall in that
category, teach their kids to go to school and get a job.

In plain english this it like telling your kids to "educate
yourself and go work for the rich kids. It's kind of like
slavery but there are no shackles and no whips... They are
not visible at least!"


Have your read any of Robert Kiyosaki's books?
Share your opinion with us here:

If you read any of Robert Kiyosaki's books your will agree
that most Haitians are teaching their kids to remain poor
and to be enslaved by debt and bills for life.

Go to school...
Get an education...
and go work for the man...

"Travay Di, Wa Rive" - The Haitian mentality!

It's is deeply rooted in our slavery days,
and it's being passed down through the generations.

If you would like to have a new vision on life, if you would
like to know what the rich teach their kids about money that
the poor and middle class does not, then I encourage you to
invest in some of Robert Kiyosaki's Rich Dad Books.

Make it your new year resolution,
Trust me, it's good for you!

Read my reviews about each one
@ The Rich Dad Fan Club

If you read any of his books,
Share your thoughts on the Rich Dad Fan Club.

Haiti Entertainment News!

Jimmy Jean Louis, Member of the Haitian Pride Team

Jimmy Jean Louis (Monster-in-Law) Caught at a Haitian Movie
Premier in Miami. He came down from California to spend
Christmas with friends in the Miami Area....
More info:

Les Frere Dyole Premiere event at Marabou Cafe

Artspace Productions celebrates the release of a New Haitian
TV Series Les Freres Dyole Staring Tonton Bicha. Marabou
Cafe was jam packed on Friday January 8th with many people
standing up. Pictures available online.
More info:

Wyclef Jean Celebrates The New Year In Style

Nice Simon and other well know actors and singers celebrate
the new year Chez Wyclef in New Jersey. Pictures of the
event available online.
more info:

Samuel Vincent's Movie Temptation

The premier of Haitian Movie Temptation was a great success
for Producer Samuel Vincent. Movie Premier pictures
available online
Info here:
Pictures here:

Interesting Readings!

When Haitians Oppose they are Communist or Al Qaeda
By Max Sanchez-Martinez

I remember when I was a little boy in Haiti. I had no idea
what was going on with the Duvalier business because my
parents could not say anything out loud for fear that their
children would go and repeat it in the street.

When I arrived in the USA, in 1970, my parents began to
speak freely.

When I asked them how come that, when they where in Haiti,
they did not speak about Duvalier in front of us. My parents
told us that, if they would say something out loud and
children would repeat it, the Tonton Makout would come and
arrest all of us, beat us and kill us.

I asked parents why they would hurt us. My parents told me
that, in Haiti, if you said anything that the Dictator or
his Tonton Makout did not like, they would say that you are
a communist.

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