You should endeavor to educate yourself before pontificating...

Ronald - March 15 2014, 8:04 PM

You should endeavor to educate yourself before pontificating on things of which you know very little.

FYI, the U.N. did not come to "help" Haiti, The U.N. was sent by their master to "keep the native at bay" after the U.S. and France inspired coup against the Aristide's administration.

Your say that Haiti is "dependent" on the U.N. for what, pre tell, raping our women and young boys?

Overseeing the interest of their neo-colonial masters?

Instead of U.N. taking a pass, Haiti wants to take a pass. Please, advise Ban's boys to get the hell out of Dessaline's country.

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I guess it is true, "no good deed goes unpunished"...

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