The Haitian Diaspora TAX Revolt vs The Boston Tea Party - Read this...

Miami Herald Journalist Jacqueline Charles compares Haitians in the diaspora revolting against the Haitian government to the Boston Tea Party... Read this...

Haitians in the Diaspora say NO to Taxes

In 1765, colonists living in America and Canada were expected to pay into the treasury of the British monarch, sparking the famous no-taxation-without-representation rallying cry and, ultimately, the American Revolution.

Now 250-odd years later, Haitians from Miami to Montreal are embroiled in their own tax revolt. The Haitian government is seeking to levy a universal tax on all its citizens, on and off the island.

Go Jacqueline Charles...

Hell of a way to start an article... I looooooove it!!!

Read the full article from the Miami Herald:

Haitians abroad give their country $2 billion a year. Now the government wants more.

What do you think?

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