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It is very obvious that the political temperament or mindset is "us vs them".

I have never observed any desire among our politicians to make Hati a welcome place for the Haitian diaspora.

Despite our diverse know-how and financial attributes, most of us are seen as alliens to our own country.

We have not seen any political will nor conviction to amend the constitution, in order to address the double citizenship issue among other concerns.

We need to participate in the construction of our country.

We are tired of incompetent and selfish politicians calling the shots on our behalh.

The Haitian diaspora is a powerful force that must not and should not be treated with only the threat of kidnapping and permanent political exclusion.

Haiti needs a renewal.Therefore, we all Haitians need to show affections to our country and the political establishment needs to look into accomodating all of us into the rebuilding of the country.

We will earn more respect when we set in motion our energy for that common and precious purpose.

The exclusion of the Haitian diaspora has been too counter productive.

Decrees, amendments, referendum are all necessary to resolve this problem.

Gros-mornes, June 19 2009, 7:20 PM

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It is very obvious that the political temperament or mindset is "us vs them". I have never observed any desire among... read more >
Gros-mornes, 19-Jun-09 7:20 pm
May be if you change your mental concepts of Haiti and try to be positive, that will start ball of change in Haiti... read more >
Dominique Michel, 22-Jun-09 8:25 pm
Dominique Michel Since you have a changed mental concept and you are so positive about Haiti, why aren't you down... read more >
Tiba, 23-Jun-09 4:01 pm
Tiba it would do you a lot of good if you were a little less combative and insulting when you respond to people who... read more >
Zac, 23-Jun-09 10:24 pm
Mr Zac, that is very good point! there is a great need for civility, respect, common sense, and honesty on this site... read more >
Zarien Krab, 24-Jun-09 1:37 am
Zac, I don't think your accusation of me being combative and insulting fair. You should have read Monique's message... read more >
Tiba, 24-Jun-09 8:04 am
Tiba, we all know that sometimes you can be a little harsh. However, in this case I agree with you that Monique's... read more >
Linda, 24-Jun-09 11:19 am
Sr., I did not have any intention to offend you to the point of being disrespectful. If I did, I strongly apologize... read more >
D. Michel, 24-Jun-09 11:38 am
It's always refreshing to see someone who is big enough to apologize. Monique, on this site we've all made mistakes. I... read more >
Linda, 24-Jun-09 12:37 pm
Monique Michel, Apology accepted! Just a litle suggestion if I may, do like Linda and I do. Next time you responding... read more >
Tiba, 24-Jun-09 1:02 pm
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