Haitian Diaspora Talk - Niece in Haiti discourages her auntie from coming back to Live in Haiti...

Recently, overheard a niece in Haiti discouraging her auntie from coming back to Live in Haiti... "You are a diaspora," she said, "Everyone will think you have money. don't come live here, it is too dangerous..." Seriously???

Pa Rele-m Diaspora, Mwen Se Haitien
Pa Rele-m Diaspora, Mwen Se Haitien

KREYOL: Haiti pawol Diaspora - POUKISA anpil Haitiens ki Haiti toujou ap dekouraje Haitiens lòtbò dlo yo "Pa retounen Haiti, y'ap tchwe moun" kòm si Haiti se lanfè epi tout lot peyi sou latè se PARADI??? Tanpri souple wi... Mwen tande yon nyès Haiti ki ap di matant li PINGA retounen viv Haiti poutet de twa incident ki te pase, wa di se sèl Haiti ki gen problem sa yo... Kisa ou panse?

The niece living in Haiti comfortably at a public square giving the auntie every excuse in the book for her to remain in the United States not knowing why auntie wants to go home or how she is living over there.

Her main reason: "Don't come back auntie... some nuns were attacked in the area where you are building your new home... one of them was injured... Criminals are going around town hurting and killing innocent people..." as if nothing bad happens in the diaspora...

She gave the auntie the list of every one who died recently from a violent crime.

Haiti is a country folks... Like every other country in the world, we have criminals too... Yes... Bad things happen everyday but is that a reason to tell a family member who has been working hard for twenty, thirty, forty years hoping to return home one day to wait until Haiti become this perfect little country with absolutely NO crimes before they return home?

Many Haitians living in Haiti are unrealistic. They think every other place on the planet is PARADISE and Haiti is HELL on earth...

Haiti genyen pwoblem wi, men ki dwa ou pou ou di yon fanmi ou nan diaspora a PA VINI? ou prefere li rete lotbo a pou l ap voye lajan ba ou pandan ou ap jwi tout byen li yo? Louvri je nou wi mesye madam Diaspora...

I feel so sorry for that auntie who I fear will probably die waiting for Haiti to change while other family members in Haiti enjoy that new construction she just spent her life savings building and that FEAR prevents her from enjoying...

What do you think about that?

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Margarine Pierre says...

Well she has a point to tell her auntie don't come, a lot of things happened in haiti, they killing people who come back home, people whos been working hard in usa, tried to same money so they can go back home, same money to build their dream home in their country and they don't have times to enjoy because they get killed by some ass hole in haiti.this is scary, very

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Natasha Ducasse says...

I can't blame this little girl for warning her aunty about the dangers of going back home, because there is some thruth to what she's saying.

Unless you are well inform and have done all your research you shouldn't just pack your bags and head to haiti to retire as you have already adjusted yourself to this country.

I don't think it's a good idea for someone under 70 to go retire to haiti, because of health reasons, lack of medical insurance, lack of security, even among their own family.

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Natasha Ducasse says...

I can't blame this little girl for warning her aunty about the dangers of going back home, because there is some thruth to what she's saying.

Unless you are well inform and have done all your research you shouldn't just pack your bags and head to haiti to retire as you have already adjusted yourself to this country.

I don't think it's a good idea for someone under 70 to go retire to haiti, because of health reasons, lack of medical insurance, lack of security, even among their own family.

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Carlo says...

could it be that the reason those in Haiti don't want people in the diaspora to come back to live in Haiti is the fact that the diaspora represents the welfare system for family members in Haiti.

by coming to live in the country the source of money will be

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Patrick Princivil says...

Diaspora yo,

mwen pran tout disposisyon mwen poum rété an silans sous zafè éléksyon sa a kap déwoulé an Haiti, tout sak té gen pou inskri inskri mété sou sa kap kontinyé al inskri sé sa mwen tap tan, kounyé a mwen pa gen intérè pou map bla bla blabla sou rézo a puiské sé Américain ki chèf péyi d'Haiti map tan jou a pou mwen wè sa lap vin fè ak ban pakèt twal pouri kandida sa yo, fò nou wè ké yo fou, kité yo vin monté sou ti zèle la pagen anyen nou ka fè, si tèt la pa bon tout kò a enfékté, kité yo fè tenten bonDyé nan syèl la kap manyen manm Gouvernman Américain yo si éléksyon sa a pasé nan tenten, sé pou yo apran réspékté moun.

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Paul Dja says...

An ayisyin:
Ou pozé gwo kèksyon é ou komansé bay yon wépons, wépons-ou, ou-minm.

Mé moin ta winmin ké ou pousé wéflèksyion-ou pi loin, pi loin anpil.

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Hugues says...

Premye ere Matant se ke li bati kay Ayiti...

Li deja pedi kay sa'a. E li ranse lap pedi vi li

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