Dominicans burning the Haitian Flag / Dominicain ap boule drapo Haitien

Dominicans burning the Haitian Flag / Dominicain ap boule drapo Haitien

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Look at this... Dominicans are burning the Haitian Flag... Men Dominicain yo ap boule drapo Haitien an...

This photo was posted on a Facebook page Patriotas en Contra de la Nueva Invasión Haitiana.

I don't know where this is going but it is not looking good!

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Maryse I think all Haitians should come back to haiti,no matter what the Dominican don't like us
Reply · October 18 at 1:19 PM
Reginalddoblase if I get power magic I'll kill all of domican cause they forget we get same blood..... I'm haitian i love my people
Reply · February 26 at 4:05 PM
Hispaniola Haitians fighting for our (the Dominicans) FREEDOM.... KISS MY ASS a. Pick up a history book and you would find out that after Santo Domingo gained... see more
Reply · March 14 at 11:21 PM
Frantz Romance Louis All I have to say is NOU KA FEL and is coming soon!
Reply · January 30 at 8:05 PM
Rodilard Tèt frèt, tèt frèt, keep your cool. Look this is what we call in French "a machination" orchestrée par des... see more
Reply · December 31 at 2:14 AM
Rodilard Before you make any comments please, take a look at this youtu.be see more
Reply · December 31 at 2:02 AM
Jean B they could never burn our flag because we fight very hard for our flag and we fight for they flag. That's the reason why they have a flag today.
Reply · December 30 at 5:07 PM
Jean B if the dominican is not that angratefull..they should remember that we the one that fight for their freedom,i want them to remember that i hope they... see more
Reply · December 30 at 4:40 PM
Gary Franco New York? Any time any day, but first do a little search before commenting. This was in retaliation to a group of Haitians burning the Dominican... see more
Reply · December 24 at 8:29 PM
Chantal Yo pap boule drapo ayisien non yap boule on bout twal ble e wouj paske drapo nou c anba po nou li ye
Reply · December 20 at 2:36 PM
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