I wonder were are the people? Are we sleeping or a crowd of...

Patrick Gaspard - May 28 2013, 12:06 PM

I wonder were are the people?

Are we sleeping or a crowd of zombies?

Who is financing all those projects and who shall have the benefits.

We are cornered

So concerned by daily survival we don't pay attention to what's going on. (nou pran nan diagonal)

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