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As one always says half of the truth has not been told.You are right to say we need to pursue this type of negations with diplomacy.Well my dear, but how long is it going to take us to rise, to have guts to express our minds in the high societies of which we all call " Men of states " .So if we need others to stand besides us or for us we have to have the calibration that a leader needs to have .Of course the French people need to apologize for asking us to pay for our freedom as the British have done to the Black race for slavery time, the Germans have done the same to the Jews they have killed in the second world war 2. We have seen the unification of the two Germany as one.So why not the French to do same to the Haitian people.Because, or may be we are not ready to forgive or we do not have a Toussaint L'ouverture to lead the way in diplomacy style.

So we need to have the guts as men of states, not against our brothers in our own country but against all who discriminate us as nothing .Look around us St Domingue, Bahamas, Nassau want to expatriate all Haitians even after the tragedy because the world still looking at us as the bottom part of the pot.Why, why and why.So we need to rise, build our pride educate our people to believe in themselves, to respect our treasures (Statues, park, heritage buildings and so on )We need some great men to lead us on that path not some wytty wytty men or yes sir or yes mam to everything so if it is that case, let it be. One day someone will rise like a Mandella, Castro or whoever that will be the French people shall apologize to the Haitians people.

At this time let us humble ourselves and receive what they have to offer, we all need help now for the sake of the old and the babies.

We are still prisoner in our own backyard, we don't know what to do next.Our problems are bigger than France right now.We don't only need infrastructure, we need great education for our people to fight against illiteracy, we need justice for all then we can say we 're free. There is no freedom without a good education.

Max Mills, February 17 2010, 10:13 PM

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A case for Reparation! You know I have forgiven slavery. I can even almost justify it by saying that it was an evil institution that was in place at... read more >
Carline Verrier, 17-Feb-10 1:43 pm
Indeed this a historical visit. I am just wondering what Toussaint Louverture, Dessalines, Christophe, Our Heroes of the independance, are thinking... read more >
Vava, 17-Feb-10 2:04 pm
This to show it take 250K dead, 300K injured, 2 million homeless and worsening conditions to what already existed in the poorest nation of the... read more >
Serge, 17-Feb-10 2:47 pm
It is a nice gesture and symbolic in nature. I hope this visit bears fruit and not just for photo op. Haiti needs more than a visit from the french... read more >
Sonip, 17-Feb-10 3:36 pm
prezans Sarkozy pa nesese haiti,se lajan francais te fe nou peye pou yo rekonet indepandans nou a pou li remet,olye li pile terre sacre nou an. read more >
Pierre Richard, 17-Feb-10 4:23 pm
If he is not coming with the billions of dollars his nation stole from us he needs to get the hell out. read more >
Clnmike, 17-Feb-10 4:34 pm
What a genius you are my friend, that would be exactly my comments, i don't think we sould confuse herself between the past and our future as we are... read more >
Thomas Valcin, 17-Feb-10 6:04 pm
Ithink it is a good thing, i think we need try to coorporate now, we are not in position to push someone like President Sarkozy VISIT in Haiti,we... read more >
Thomas Valcin, 17-Feb-10 6:21 pm
As one always says half of the truth has not been told.You are right to say we need to pursue this type of negations with diplomacy.Well my dear... read more >
Max Mills, 17-Feb-10 10:13 pm
"The Haiti of our forefathers is dead.". The proof is in the pudding. I only wish my Dad was alive to witness what is going on in present Haitian... read more >
Patrick Guy Woolley, 18-Feb-10 2:37 am
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