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Yes, sister Yvette, Ginoue, Konfrere Pierre Guerrier and those of Solidarity International.

You are right!
It is true that many Haitians until now continue unconsciously this double standard.

We must enter directly in the society of oppressed knowing what we lose also knowing that it offers new possibilities of promotion, education, animation.

After a phase where the economic organization prevailed, another announces itself where the general problems of our country (town planning, education and others) must take the priority.

We must face them now, more than ever while following the model of the Conservative Black Peasant of Galilee, the World Leader, Jesus, the Christ, the only Way, the only Truth.

Today, it is a need and precondition to the virtual and real liberation of our Fatherland.

We should not give up the family life; it is the base of our survival and our development.

It is true that the strategy of our oppressors consists in putting much pressure on us so that we drop our fight for freedom and independence.

It is certain that we must preserve the family element and not plunge in the abyss, because it is the weapon of excellence for our current fight.

It is the framework of our brilliant deeds as a base for our projects of scale.

Consequently, this concept must be conveyed and especially clarified for the popular masses.

It is the duty of any Haitian to understand the emotional load and the stakes of such a concept.

In spite of the pressure of the circumstances, we must have in mind that the devalorization of the Haitian Family can only bring the forfeiture of the Country.

Then, let us not delay with the out-of-date dreams, and adapt the institutions to the needs for the present.

Let us leave no stone unturned to protect and improve the Family in spite of Pharaohs' harmful action, which handicaps us rather than assisting us. In the name of the tradition of non-interference, nobody has the right to choose our destiny or dictate our management.

Let us liberate ourselves from the obstacles of underdevelopment.

Let us choose our own way, and above all keep this Confraternal virtue, which is the taste of moving forward.

Charlot Charlemagne, February 1 2009, 8:54 PM

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M'SYE LANBASADE RAYMOND JOSEPH, Mwen sezi le'm li repons ou bay ABC's sou atik : " RESTAVEK SE REVE ESKLAVAJ". Poukisa? An nou resisite Mr. Maurice... read more >
Pierre D. Guerrier, 22-Jan-09 7:18 pm
Well guess what? they are the same thing. RESTAVEk and slave. Your job is not to say that they are not the same thing, Ok, your job is to stop it... read more >
Ginoue, 23-Jan-09 10:22 am
It is shameful that the government of Haiti still allow this stuff to happen. Mr. Joseph please don't make excuses or try to give it a new... read more >
Yvette, 23-Jan-09 2:47 pm
We must agree with the Ambassador Raymond Joseph that all newspaper print out must be factual. However, the practice of 'Restavek' or name calling... read more >
Mireille De Bordes Jean-marie, 24-Jan-09 1:02 pm
Konfwe mwen, pa ken anyen mwen ka ajoute nan sa wou di la yo. Yon sel bagay Ambassade ya se paket li la pe fe pou lale, Li te chita kont li nan... read more >
Charlot Charlemagne, 1-Feb-09 8:35 pm
Dear sister Rete-avek is Slavery. Slave :one bond in soumission to a person or house as an instrument of labor. Like Neo-liberalism. I respect your... read more >
Charlot Charlemagne, 1-Feb-09 8:40 pm
Yes, sister Yvette, Ginoue, Konfrere Pierre Guerrier and those of Solidarity International. You are right! It is true that many Haitians until now... read more >
Charlot Charlemagne, 1-Feb-09 8:54 pm
I read the book, but WE, Haitians have to do what is right for our motherland. Remember Mr. Rangel Charles B. is a Politician. He thinks, walks... read more >
Charlot Charlemagne, 2-Feb-09 11:36 am
I have heard ambassador several times on CNN. When asked about the orphanage population, he claims he doesn't know how many orphanages there are or... read more >
Karen Hemerick, 18-Jan-10 6:11 pm
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