Didi, Some times, I led to believe that Haitians are on a...

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Some times, I led to believe that Haitians are on a perpetual hallucination state which makes it almost impossible for them to think rationally.

It's really unbelievable!

Didi said "But remimber you can be in preval place and can not do nothing for haiti.

a contry that depend on international aids what do you believe you can do without being dictate.

it is the same as you living in your mother's."

And my question to Didi is this, as you said it so elequently, if Preval who is the president and government with the power to do for Haiti and can't, how would you expect regular/average Joe to make a difference in Haiti.

You call on all Haitians to do their part, how will they be able to their part if everything in Haiti is being dictated?

If Preval as the government is beeing dictated, according to you, so you don't think the those of us from the diaspora who would go to Haiti do to our part, will not be dictated?

Everybody keeps calling on the diaspora to go back to Haiti to their part, to fix the country, but no one can never come up with a well detailed plan about what to do exactly and how to do it. And those, who keep calling on Haitian diaspora to go back to Haiti to do their part, are still living the good life wherever they are living overseas.

They make no affort themselves to go anywhere.

These people need to lead by example by being the first ones to move back to Haiti to do their part and start fixing the country then they can invite the rest of us. This is prove the naivity, the immaturity, lack of understanding, and the ignorance that these people have about Haiti's reality.

Tiba, June 16 2009, 3:20 PM

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Didi, I notice that you changed your statement from the president should not be expected to fix the country's problem... read more >
Linda, 12-Jun-09 9:15 pm
First off sebastien I'm not defending anyone's cause I was just simply trying to get some answers on whether or not... read more >
509queen954, 12-Jun-09 10:43 pm
509queen, as of 11:55 my trip was postpone until Sunday. So now I have time to respond to more posts. Take it easy on... read more >
Linda, 13-Jun-09 12:14 am
I'm very sorry that I have been very hard in my intervention; however, i will continue to bomb the Preval's banana... read more >
Sebastien Michel Sanon, 13-Jun-09 2:42 pm
mr sebastien I know haiti you don't have to tell me togo there.As I mention I'm a countryside person things were never... read more >
Didi, 16-Jun-09 1:17 am
You mean it's ok for somebody to run for presidency and after becoming president, staying in power without doing... read more >
Sabastien Michel Sanon, 16-Jun-09 10:22 am
Didi, Some times, I led to believe that Haitians are on a perpetual hallucination state which makes it almost... read more >
Tiba, 16-Jun-09 3:20 pm
Je comprends que c la democratie, on peut dire ce qu'on veut, on n'est plus a l'epoque de Duvalier, bref je comprend... read more >
El Caribeno, 16-Jun-09 3:48 pm
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