Haitian government should Not listen to Blanc Americain...

Marie Michelle - January 24 2014, 10:59 AM

Haitian government should Not listen to Blanc Americain telling them what they should Do. That is embarassing.

they need Military men and policeman WITH GUNS AND AK47. They need their own Army.

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