Konstitisyon Se Papye, Bayonet Se Fe

Konstitisyon Se Papye, Bayonet Se Fe

There is a Haitian Saying: Konstitisyon Se Papye, Bayonet Se Fe. it means A constitution is made of paper, but bayonets are made of steel.

I don't know where is comes from but in Haiti this little proverb has been proven true over and over again.

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