Comparing Haiti to The Dominican Republic Part 2 - Fate or Racism?

The New York Times published an article today comparing Haiti to the Dominican Republic.

The Island Of Haiti - Renamed Island of Hispaniola?
The Island Of Haiti - Renamed Island of Hispaniola?

In the article the Times implies that History has always been in favor of the Dominican side of Hispaniola compared to Haiti which had long been "exploited, by foreign powers, neighbors and its own rulers."

"France not only milked Haiti for coffee and sugar production", the Times says,

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Patrick Princivil says...

Yon seul bagay map di nou, jour va, jour vient et caca yeux pa lunettes.

Battre chien an tan-n

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Patrick Princivil says...

Why are affraid of Satan and the bad Angels?

They are nothing, you make God angry because he gives us authority on the Demons already.

You know already God don't deal with hypocrite why you waiste your time with the demons?

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Patrick Princivil says...

Why are you of Satan and the bad Angels?

They are nothing, you make God angry because he gives us authority on the Demons already.

You know already God don't deal with hypocrite why you waiste your time with the demons?

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Patrick Princivil says...

Haitian's people,

It is time to recognize that God have a special blessing for black Haitian people, but not any wicked black people; people who trust him and believe in him. Our misery go srtaight into heaven, that's why he put us in this heavy test like that. Christians it is not a time to sleep.

Why 95 percent black people using hymnal book and bibles, pray and fast and miserable like

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Angie Diaz-cervo says...

We need to move forward and use our resources and our strength to take Haiti to the next level.

We can do it together.

We need to let go of the

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S.i.journalism Online Llc says...

Pure reality, lack of leadership has driven Haiti into a chronic instability.

Poverty play a major role into a criminality situation that pushed thousands to fled the impovrished islands.

However Dominicans don't play with the word nationalism to fool their peers in contrast with haitians lack of trust amongst each other they constantly using nice paraboles either to intimidate or to gain their trusts at the end the results always end up to be lies and deceptions.How many leaders in Haiti the people can really trust by their words and actions?

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