I beleive you miss my point. I do not say that taking taxes is...
I beleive you miss my point.
I do not say that taking taxes is not important, but I emphasize on teaching the population on learning how to take care of itself.
what you seem to want is just to provide, provide, give and give for ever.when the economy in the diaspora is down just like it is now or when it's worst,, how much do you think people can send to sustain most of Haiti's population's needs indefinitely?.
A considerable number of the haitian population depends on someone from the diaspora wether they have a job or not.
a great number of unconventional source of income exist in Haiti things such as "solde, pon ya, louer moun kay, prostitution, drug deals, planne, moun kap bay timoun lecon, infirmiere ou auxiliere ki vann service yo a domicile et j'en passe.
how do they contribute to the wealfare of their country?
the only thing, they all complain about trash everywhere, no services.
I am not trying to debate aboute rich people or hardworkers that become prosperous, I beleive if you work hard, you should enjoy the fruit of your work. the one important thing is that they should stop using their influence on tax exemption.
I will say it again, they should put a system in place that can track the people's revenus in order to tax them, not us. where do you live?
doesn't the diaspora help enough?
have they ever help Haiti?
nou ede haiti assez deja. konie a se pou nou apran haitiens ki haiti yo apran peche au lieu pou nap bayo poisson tout tan.
By the way, they should take %5 on their transfer in order to have enough to provide THEM NOT ME, I AM NOT THERE, I AM not walking on mountains of trash and all the promiscuity that haiti is currently insfested with.
put a plan in place, taxe the people and get money to do what needs to be done. End of discussion Jeynee.
Martelly intend to charge $1 more for every $100 you send to Haiti and 5 cents more for every minutes you talk when...
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