Why do Haitians only criticize each other when speaking French?

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Marie Nelson says...

It is very important to speak the language you are more comfortable with. If Creole is the language, by the way is our official language, you are... more »

Linda L says...

OMG! I totally agree. I went to France and spoke the best French I could tho it wasn't perfect, not one person corrected me. It is used to oppress... more »

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