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Those Middle Eastern settlers that you are defending now are destroying Haiti in many ways. Saliba and Castera are the biggest importers of tropical crops in Haiti to resell with higher prices whereas Haiti is an agricultural state.

How do you call that?

That is what you are calling hardworking people, the ones that destroying a country to enrich themselves as well as enriching other countries' elites.

Haitians are not producing anything and with those crooks above the Haitian elites, Haiti is only exporting humans overseas.

Haitians are disappointed with those dirty crooks and they are leaving the country in great numbers.

Poor Americans do not leave their country although they have 10% of people under poverty in the U.S. whereas it is 90% for all Haitian people.

Those dirty crooks could have done a better job in investing in the Haitian economy than destroying it. They could be farmers and they could import material and equipments from overseas to develop the Haitian agricultural as well as hiring more Haitian people into the farming industry.

This could be very beneficial to them and to the Haitian people too.

Listen, do not call lazy people hardworking people.

You should call them "Contrebandiers" that have nothing to do with a nation-building concept.

They are destroyers of Haiti's economy and all they want to have is to acquire wealth through easy-money or Comprador activities.

They are crooks and Haiti will be the next middle eastern country in the region and Al-Qaeda will take over Haiti soon. They are all related to Ben Ladin's Families.

Research that and you will find the connection ok. Saliba, Accra and Castera are all tied to the Ben Laden and that is why their network has been very scrutinized so they do not allow the Ben Laden people to utilize their banks and their money transfer locations to fund terrorism activities...

Haiti will be the next Palestinian state or Gaza in the Caribbean Sea...

Good luck with your hardworking people, the destroyers of the Haitian economy...

Good Luck!

Dessalines The Avenger, April 10 2010, 4:18 PM

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Please correct your Dimitri Acra. That is Marc Antoine Acra. There is no Dimitri Acra read more >
Someone Who Knows, 12-Apr-09 8:25 pm
Who is the third clown? I recognize Preval, and the mulato. Who is the other negro in the middle? They all came to... read more >
Josy, 9-Apr-10 11:18 pm
I remember when those crooks specially Mourra, Accra and Saliba's families settled in Haiti and they were called in... read more >
Sabine, 10-Apr-10 1:17 am
We cannot blame the Acra, the Mourra, Saliba,Bigio,etc for exploiting the poor. They work hard and manage well their... read more >
Doremi Fasollasi, 10-Apr-10 5:37 am
Doremi Fasollasi, BS! if you had a sound understanding between "working hard & stealing/blood sucking practice, you... read more >
Tiba, 10-Apr-10 7:49 am
Now, you are talking Tiba. I agree at 100% with your reply to that posting. Haitian's economic and political elites... read more >
Dessalines The Avenger, 10-Apr-10 11:59 am
You are right, and if it is any consolation to you, I, as a light skinned-long hair girl then, always taught the... read more >
Francoise, 10-Apr-10 3:41 pm
Those Middle Eastern settlers that you are defending now are destroying Haiti in many ways. Saliba and Castera are the... read more >
Dessalines The Avenger, 10-Apr-10 4:18 pm
Man i hate them and i hate the government system in that country, ithink we can do better than that read more >
Thomas Valcin, 10-Apr-10 6:00 pm
My father worked like a horse from the age of 14, and had to raise his siblings. His mother died during birth, and his... read more >
Josy, 10-Apr-10 6:14 pm
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