The Military in Hispaniola: Dominican Republic 49,910 - Haiti ZERO (0)

What is wrong with this picture? I was looking at the list of countries by number of active troops on Wikipedia and found out that on the island of Hispaniola, the Dominican Republic has 49,910 military personnel on active duty while Haiti has ZERO...

The Haitian Armed Forces
The Haitian Armed Forces

Ok... Haiti has 41... but they don't have guns... LOL...

Sometimes we Haitians BLABBER about what we would do if Dominican "Bòt Siré" ever set foot "Sou tè Dessalines la"

What would we do? I know what I would do... Are... You... In...? LOL...

I don't like to discuss things that make us Haitians look bad but when it come so defending our territory... We cannot... can not...

What do you think about that?

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A Friendly Voice says...

mean to say Haiti, NOT

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A Friendly Voice says...

I can ensure you that the Dominican Republic have absolutely not intention to invade Haiti.

The Dominican constitution prohive such of thing.

Heiti already have the support of the U.N. Instead of being thinking in building an Army, why don't you guys start at the bottom, by building roads, hospitals, schools (free of charge like in DR) etc?

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Ricart says...

Occupied by whom?

I hope you are not talking about the Dominican Republic, a country that can barely support itself.

Ask France to take you back and in 10 years we Dominicans are going to be the one sneaking into Haiti seeking better economic and educational opportunities.

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Patrick Joseph says...

I totally agree with you

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Franckner says...

Haiti need to be occupied.

Haitians cannot rule in

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Franckner says...

Haiti need to be occupied.

Haitians cannot rule in

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Yoyo says...

I meant mind your own fucking business

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Yoyo says...

Who invite those fucking Dominicans in the conversation.

Yo Chico stop fucking calling Haiti poor. DR is a fucking third world country too and have lots of property.

Mine your own fucking business

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Don says...

I completely agree with Neg Lakay.

As a member of the US Armed Forces for 15 years I used to be one of those traveling a lot to Dominican Republic to train their military and/or facilitate their training.

I used to ask myself why because it was not something I was doing by choice.

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Neg Lakay says...

@Ricart, I hope when you were writing this garbage, you were having a good time with your friend Prestige Beer and had one too many. This is the most disturbing comment I have ever heard.

The Europeans in most part is responsible for Haiti's trouble by not wanting to trade our hard earned harvests with us. They just ignored us for real by not buying our produce and not recognize us as a true sovereign country.

I know you are saying listen to them?

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