Que c'est triste! Aristide used to say "Analfabet pa bet"...

Rose - May 11 2013, 9:48 AM

Que c'est triste! Aristide used to say "Analfabet pa bet", mwen realize l'inverse est plutot vrai.

Ak yon pep konsa, comme a dit l'un de nos senateurs ou "VONT" nous dans ce pays.

Quel miserable peuple

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