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This catastrophe could have been avoided, if our leaders had shown the sense of responsibility needed to rule a country.

A week following the incident, there is not a firm statement of the Government requesting:

a) An apology to the haitian people first and foremost from the Jamaican government

b) Also to the U17 soccer team which pride was crushed by the inhuman treatment received at the hands of the former african slaves (Jamaicans); therefore causing damages such as: endangering their welfare while holding them against their will in their hotel room, depriving them of food, water, freedom and at the same time preventing them from playing the game which was the sole purpose of their presence on that island.

If this much cannot be done to heal the wounded pride of the nation and the soccer team; we are left Mr. President to resort to your famous option: "Nage pou ou soti".

although we do not know exactly the meaning of it.

Carol Toussaint Honorat, February 22 2011, 10:36 AM

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how do people get cholera? just looking at somebody or rubbing on them will not get you infected then every body in haiti would die. haiti is not... read more >
J, 20-Feb-11 2:06 pm
Listen, my intervention will be on three (3) points: 1- The players should have been submitted under medical tests in Haiti before they got in the... read more >
Joe, 20-Feb-11 3:15 pm
i think we have to move forward because too many people been disrespect us over nothing if we were respect ourself and care about our people they... read more >
Harry, 21-Feb-11 12:37 am
I really appreciate your comments and your time,thank you and thank you so much.I always believe,Haiti has a lot of good citizens, because today you... read more >
Sergo Jean, 21-Feb-11 5:02 am
mezanmi se pa yon pwezidan selman ki responsab haiti, tout haitien responsab haiti - ou menm sa wap fe pou peyi ou? read more >
Miejo, 21-Feb-11 11:05 am
This catastrophe could have been avoided, if our leaders had shown the sense of responsibility needed to rule a country. A week following the... read more >
Carol Toussaint Honorat, 22-Feb-11 10:36 am
Who ever you r,I m sure you must b one of them house slave who think you better than anybody else please just let ppl real self esteem talk....I m... read more >
Jean Wesly, 22-Feb-11 10:16 pm
I'm really disappointed by the way Jamaican government treated the Haitians, what do they think they are?, those fucking asshole i hhhhhhatttte... read more >
Mamay, 23-Feb-11 2:46 pm
The Haitian Government should cut all diplomatic link and correspondence with Jamaica and close the Jamaican embassy in Haiti that's our demand, we... read more >
Mamay, 23-Feb-11 3:06 pm
I will like to remind everyone, before we start any sort of blablabla, the haitian soccer team U 17 was elininated from the final phase of the... read more >
Claude Baudin, 25-Feb-11 6:56 pm
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