En nou partagé bagay sa a en créole, Kita Nago sa a...

Patrick Princivil - January 30 2013, 8:00 PM

en nou partagé bagay sa a en créole, Kita Nago sa a pap utile nou anyin, si nou vlé wè sa map di nou an si se vré, lagué porte feuille nou ou valise nan foule la pou nou wè si yap remèt nou li. nou konnin règle la très bien, diable pap janm uni avec diable.

Moun yo tou grangou, chargé avec orgey nan yomin'm n au lieu pou yo courbé genoux devan BonDieu papa nou ki nan ciel la. Yap fè tintin avec yon salopri boute bois nan pays a. Fé attention pou mark bête la ki 666 la pa kolé na frons nou. L'églises yo ki ap viv nan hypocrisi pa min'm pensé avec Kita Nago sa a nap parlé a, allé voi pou payins sa yo ki pa min'm kon'nin BonDieu vivan an, et bien sé pou nou poté Kita Nago sa a kay to Presidans ak ministres sa yo etc. ki déjà soucé pays d'Haiti et ki allé dèyè 5% US intérêt nan bank suisse avec saint Domingue etc.

mézanmi an nou pran Jésus sans hypocrisi tandé

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