I understand that, what the police man have done is not right...

Patrick Princivil - November 15 2012, 10:22 AM

I understand that, what the police man have done is not right, but you Diasporas! Tell me when in Canada-US you saw people burn tires and did other wicked thing like the Haitian's people are doing?

Because I am in Canada from 1990, I've never seeing people in US-Canada do terrified thing like that, not even in the TV or Internet.

Président Martelly need to take action against people who burn tires on the streets like that. Why they didn't do that from when François Duvalier and Jean Claude Duvalier was Président?

What kind democracy we have in Haïti?

I know
Président Martelly have heart and brain to think about the suffering the Haïtian's people are for foods and houses in Haïti. I believe that President Martelly work hard for his money; I believe that President Martelly makes a big diffence between his government and the Goverments from 1957-2011.

But he as to pull out his finger' s nail against people who burn tires on the streets, if they don't want to listen he will have to develop a part of François Duvalier to give them massage therapy (manyin membres yo).

Think about that! A police man shoot a student, this is between God in heaven and the victim's family and the police and the Haïtian's government.

The population of Haïti have to stop it.

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