Jynne, Micky should not tax us rather he should ask for 20% or...

Toulimen Legrand - April 27 2011, 7:18 PM

Jynne, Micky should not tax us rather he should ask for 20% or 25% of their profits like the Quebecker's government did it in the 1990 to finance education in Quebec.

Many Arab Transfer houses and African ones had closed their businesses and the Quebecker's government allowed Royal Bank of Canada to take over the money transfer transactions where that bank reduced considerably the transfer transactions to 50% and they made twice of what they had asked them to give to the government.

Micky should use all his powers as a revolutionary government to make change occur.

We should not pay a dime more for those blood suckers.

This is easy money and they are making huge profits on money transactions.

Micky's government should allow the Haitian Central Bank to wire money at 50% of the price they charge to us if they refuse to pay 25% on their profits.

Haitians love their country and I don't like when you are saying that they refuse to make sacrifices.

Jynne, the money transfer is an easy money like selling drugs on a street corner.

They are already making a huge profit why should Haitians continue to support them or enrich them more?

They should not pay a dime more to those money transfer transactions rather they should use Western Union or MoneyGram to pay that dime more and not to those blood suckers.

They are the ones imposing that deal to Micky and it will not work. I will launch a boycott soon against their money transfer houses if they don't agree to remit 25% of their profits to the new Haitian government.

Wait and you will learn from our boycott plan! I have underground groups and

I will mobolize my groups soon. Haitians in the diaspora should not pay one cent more ok. May the Almighty One bless you!

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