Au President et Gouvernement haitien. Today I am so sad not...

Serge Desrameaux - January 12 2013, 10:28 PM

Au President et Gouvernement haitien.

Today I am so sad not only for 300.000 people died during the earthquake, but also for more than 360.000 people who still stay suffering under the tentes.

L'argent des carnavals passes et celui d'avenir pourraient bien aider ses desherites du sort a sortir de cette impasse.

Un peu de pitie pour ses malheureux, s'il vous plait; Dieu vous benira abandemment.Merci.-

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