Thank you Sir for this article, I've said it long ago that...

Dr. D - November 10 2011, 5:56 PM

Thank you Sir for this article, I've said it long ago that haiti was been plagued by the Western government.

The main reason based on my own research is not because they dont care, it's all about business.

Especially the Americans.

When you have a tiny island with 1.5 trillions barrells of gaz in reserve and a vast amounts of mineral ressources.

Haiti is SUPER RICH when it comes to NATURAL RESSOURCES.

But for so long they have been putting my beloved Haiti down so to keep investors out.
You think I am lying; then how do you explain: after the earth quake, the US was turning planes away from landing near port-au-prince; why do we have in a tiny island, the fourth largest US EMBASSY and third, why do we have 16328 NGO's or in French (ONG)in a tiny island.

These are all to control the country so that we wouldn't touch they personal "RESERVES"like they call it.
And more note,
You probably think that former President Aristide was kicked out really because he was bad or did wrong to the country.

Think again my friend.

This man was taking away from Haiti, because he had signed a contract with the Venezuelean Government to retract the oil of Haiti That's it. Aristide recognized that the only to take Haiti out of it's misery, is to beat these guys out of their own game.
America found oil in Haiti since 1908, the report that I've red stated a "uge amount of of oil" they did not want to put it in the market because the Middle East oil at that time was been traded at $1.50 a barrel.

have the haiti's oil being mined, theirs in price would have collapse.

SO, IF WE HAVE TO TAKE OURSELVES FROM THAT LIST, WE NEED TO TAKE OUR DIGNITY BACK. STOP DEALING WITH THE DEVIL.

STOP GIVING A BAKERY FOR A PIECE OF BREAD, AND LET'S TALK ABOUT OUR NATURAL RESSOURCES WITH COUNTRY LIKE CHINA, RUSSIA AND WHY NOT VENEZUELA AND IRAN OR EVEN MEXICO.

VIV HAITI VIV PEP AYISYEN E VIV TOUT MOUN KAP GOUMAN POU VRE CHANJMAN, YON CHANJMAN KOTE KE NOU PAP GENYEN POUN IPOTEKE DIGNITE-N AK RESPE-N
ABA VYE KLAS BOUJWA SALOP, SAN NEN, SAN RESPE POU TET YO, SAN DIYITE.

ABA TOUT POLITISYEN MALOUK, MAGOUYE, MAFIA, KONPLOTE, VISYE, GRANGOU LONG E MALFEKTE.

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