They made Haiti pay in GOLD for being the Republic Black Independent in the World

Rodolph - May 3 2018, 3:09 PM

They made Haiti pay in GOLD for being the Republic Black Independent in the World.

They slapped Haiti with sanctions, embargo after embargo which resulted Haiti being in the condition it is now!!

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