Listen my friend, I don't curse Haiti, I give Michel Martelly...

Patrick Princivil - August 2 2012, 8:47 PM

Listen my friend,

I don't curse Haiti, I give Michel Martelly a warning.

I am born in Haiti from July/1961, I know what Carnaval mean; instead of throwing money in the garbage Carnaval, why he doesn't feed the poor with that money?

Think about that, Jean Claude Duvalier left Haiti with billions and billions of US in the bank of Suisse, everybody should know that, all the criminals who rob Haiti hide their money there.

I heard the manager of the bank of Suisse pretend say to Jean Claude Duvalier: if he doesn't say how he made the from Haiti, he would not release the money.

Understand that, the manager of the bank of Suisse hold the guys money for 26 years.

Who is the biggest thief?

Jean Claude Duvalier or the manager of the bank of Suisse?

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