Depi pa genyen stabilite politik dola US la ap toujou tèt nèg

Ghislain - December 4 2018, 5:38 AM

Ak kisa nou t ap atann nou?

Yon peyi ki pa expote anyen.

Nou inporte tout sa n ap konsome.

Vire tounen manifestation juskobou, kraze brize, dechoukaj.

Koupe tet brile kay. Depi pa genyen stabilite politik dola US la ap toujou tet neg

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