If that crook goes to Haiti he is going to get the right to...

Jacko - December 4 2011, 10:48 PM

If that crook goes to Haiti he is going to get the right to the vast oil and lignite reserve that's in Haiti.

The Canadians already have the contract for the GOLD in the north, he will finish what ARCO started under president Estime .When the minister of mines went to Venezuela he met an untimely death in his hotel room in Caracas.

What is going to be left for the Haitians

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