My friends, Do you remember tonton makoutes of Haïti did...

Patrick Princivil - May 12 2014, 3:01 PM

My friends,

Do you remember tonton makoutes of Haïti did not have any respect for human being in Haïti?

Where are they now?

You know the rules, be quiet.

(Ret tranquil sé rémèd corp), I don't think a good Christian will treat you bad, God give us a brain let us use it for the Master.

They are like that and they don't get punishment only when they are not in trouble, when they are in trouble no one will help them easier as you think.

You never hear about pénitencié national d'Haiti?

The police don't even pay well in their business, nothing will do for free there, unless if the big boss is a Christian, if yes good-luck.

In Canada- US people don't even have respect for police, but who My friends,

Do you remember tonton makoutes of Haïti don't have any respect for human being in Haïti?

Where are they now?

You know the rules, be quiet.

(Ret tranquil sé rémèd corp), I don't think a good Christian will treat you bad, God give us a brain let us use for the Master.

They are like that and they don't get punishment only when they are not in trouble, when they are in trouble no one will help them easier as you think.

You never hear about pénitencié national d'Haiti?

The police don't even pay well in their business, nothing will do for free there, unless if the big boss is a Christian, if yes good-luck.

In Canada- US people don't even respect police, but who will be victim, you obey with the law some police will hit your head on their car and give you the hand's cuff, and trow you in the jail, before you come of jail prisoners will fix you maybe judge and lawyers will fix you.

I was in Haïti few months, a dump truck driver said to two police officer he would eat them in the voodoo the police officers beat him so bad with their gun and sent him in the jail, his mother went in the jail and took him out the same day, but they beat him for ever ( yo casé tout grain'n li sé doctè fèy manman'l té pran pou ralé grin misié..

My friends don't forget that, if you want to have a better in Haïti, don't build your house in the poultry of Haïti, go in a province where there less people as possible, always try to have at-least a car to turn if you don't really need anything in the poultrie's men and woman don't drive there.

A lot of white and yellow people are there I don't really see them in poultry, you have to understand that more than 70 percent people of Haïti don't have any education, remember that, school don't even give education, the good church member will never treat you bad. will be victim?

some police will hit your head many times on their car and give you the hand's cuff, and trow you in the jail, prisoners will fix you, maybe judge and lawyers will fix you.

I was in Haïti few months, a dump truck driver said to two police officers he would eat them in the voodoo the police officers beat him so bad with their gun and sent him in the jail, his mother went in the jail and took him out the same day, but they beat him for ever ( yo casé tout grain'n li sé doctè fèy manman'l té pran pou ralé grin misié..

My friends don't forget that, if you want to have a better life in Haïti, don't build your house in the poultry, this mean where there are a lot of poor people of Haïti, go in a province where there are less people as possible, always try to have at-least a car to turn round if you don't really need anything in the poultrie's men and woman don't drive there.

A lot of white and yellow people are there I don't really see them in poultry, you have to understand that more than 70 percent people of Haïti don't have any education, remember that, school don't even give education, the good church member will never treat you bad.

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