"Banm Tit Mwen," Give me my Respect, a Haitian Rap Creole Military Soldier Man sings...

"I could've been a businessman but instead I chose to become a soldier in the Haitian Military. So, give me my respect (Banm Tit Mwen), a Haitian soldier sings in his new Rap Creole song.

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This young military rapper, Komandan Ziltik Oke, member of the new Corps du Genie Militaire Haitien, say in his song he is very proud of being a part of the new Haitian military and he wants his respect in a country where people have respect for each other.

Listen to this military Rap Creole song:

"I work very hard to become a soldier." Komandan Ziltik explains in his song all the perilous training he had to go through in Ecuador in order to become a soldier of the new Haitian army.

I could've been in Gonaives studying to become a lawyer but instead I chose to become a Haitian soldier...

I could've been in Damien to studying become an agronomist, I could've spent 5 years in Notre Dame (studying to become a doctor) but instead I chose to become a Haitian soldier...

I choose to become a soldier in the new Haitian Military corps of Engineers (CORGE). Give me my respect!

The rapper says in his song, Haitian do not value one another, we blame the politicians for destroying the country when we are destroying it ourselves. We do not respect each other. We enjoy degrading eachother. we do not value anything unless it is in our personal interest.

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Tonton Michel says...

Stop right there, trying to absolve politicians in their part of the failure of Haiti

"we blame the politicians for destroying the country when we are destroying it ourselves."

Stop right there.

The fact that your willing to absolve the politicians in their part of the failure of the country knowing the corruption going on and pandering to foreign interests say you are not concerned about the constitution or the people.

You are a glorified body guard for the elite.

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