A Message to the People and the Next President of Haiti - My Opinion!

I would like to send this message to the people of Haiti, all Haitian party leaders, followers, and to the next commander in chief of the Republic of Haiti but first...


Haiti - Change You Can Believe In

About the Haiti election preliminary results, who will be the next president of Haiti? In two more days, 31 Mar 2011, the CEP will release the preliminary results. What have you heard?

Mwen menm... mwen pap pale papa... Mi boca esta ZIPE... Si Senior LOL

BUT... I did received unofficial vote count percentages and, from the looks of it, there will NOT be any CONTESTATION because there is huge GAP between the winner and the runner up...

I don't know if is real or fake so I will not make a big deal about it.

You notice I did NOT say 'LOOSER'...

This year's campaign has been nothing but amazing and there are no losers in this election... That's my opinion...

Haiti will be the LOOSER if, five years from now, we are still in the same freakin hole, begging Mr. Blan for food and shelter.

Whoever becomes the next commander in chief of the Republic of Haiti, I ask that we ALL stand behind him, or her, and help move the Haiti forward.

AND Please... PLEASE... For God's sake... Chill with that BS opposition crap...

You want opposition? Vote your party senators and congressmen into office in 2 years and handle your opposition in the Senate and in the Chambre Des Deputes.

This is how it is done in civilized countries... Nou ka fe-l tou... Right Mr. and Mrs Party leader???

I do not want another tire to burn in Haiti simply because some stupid jerk wants to destabilize the Haitian government for his/her personal gain!

That is what it has always been... Whether it's for money, greed, power, or sheer stupidity, they win for five minutes, and we the people loose for decades.

Moun ki peye pou gasoline ak alimet la, li pa janm nan lari-a ave-w le-w ap boule kawotchou-a...

Meye aprann... Mesye e madam PEP...

Kon li pa bezwen-w anko, le sa-a, ou retounen manje nan bwat fatra, men-m pousye machine li ou pap we...

Meye aprann... Mesye e madam PEP...

Do not fall for the opposition crap... Nobody wins... Right??? Nobody wins...

Tell me... How has opposition helped Haiti so far?

I had electricity in Hinche Haiti when I was growing up... now more than 30 years later, menm moun Port-au-Prince ap itilize lamp tet gridap!

On the other hand...

Should Mr. or Mrs. president forget that he/she has been hired to do a job... Should Mr. or Mrs. president let POUVWA rantre nan tet li... Should Mr. or Mrs. President FAIL to realize that Haiti is a BUSINESS and MUST operate at a profit, the profit of the Haitian people... Should...

Hmmmm... You know what?

Let's think positive! Something really amazing is about to happen in Haiti... Let's think positive!

What do you say?

Reply with your comments

If this makes no sense to you... ignore me... I am just thinking out loud.

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Myrtho says...

I think you are so right about everything .The people in power should think that is time to drive Haiti to the road of success.

It is not too hard yo do we have the potential to make Haiti the breathtaking and joyous place in the heart of the

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Jim says...

The Haiti Renaissance and its Foundation

Haiti, following the 2010 earthquake, has the extraordinary opportunity to rebuild itself and emerge as a modern country, with true development potentials.

The first step in resolving the Haitian endemic under-development and for a stable development with continued increase in the standard of living is by making electrical power available to all regions of Haiti.

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Turenne Jean-francois says...

Dear Brother

Your opinion is shared by must of us and should be spread out to every single radio station of the contry so that haitians would finally understand what is the real meenning of

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Ben says...

Many of us who can read this article online share common throughts.Great! But what about the remaining 80% of the population who don't have access to education and information?

How about those living below poverty level?

How do they make decision about their country?

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Etienne says...

Great Advise! Haiti need to move forward and we can do it peacefully with either Mr. Martelly or Mrs Magnigat.

I too don't want to see no more tires burning...not only it does not serve any purpose, it is bad the environment.

It will be a great boost for Haiti if everyone, former and current leaders, good or bad, and the people respect the results of the election and rally behind the next elected president..."L'Union fait la Force" and Haiti need us to be united now more than

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Garry Destin says...

This is what everyone is scared of. First of all Aristide came and presumed his presidency a third time. Already spread hate, unbrotherhood, confusion and false hope.
Baby doc, I respect him. He came as a citizen of Haiti and stay off politics.

I don't say I like him but I honor his respect for my country as opposed to Aristide's arrogance.

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Anglade Sadaah Dieudonne says...

An'n suporte prochain kandida kap rive prezidan Ayiti a.

Anpil nan nou ka toujou panse ke se pat chwa sa'n te vle. Nap dakor ke nou tout vle pou Ayiti change.

Peyi a pap ka chanje si chnajman pa kormanse par chak grenn Ayisyen.

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Anglade Sadaah Dieudonne says...

An'n suporte prochain kandida kat rive prezidan Ayiti a.

Anpil nan nou ka toujou panse ke se pat chwa sa'n te vle. Nap dakor ke nou tout vle pou Ayiti change.

Peyi a pap ka chanje si chnajman pa kormanse par chak grenn Ayisyen.

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Ronald Altieri says...

We hear you, Patricia! But if the people are angry against the CEP and the Government, it should not be the poor seller of pistach and mangoes who should pay the price for that anger.

That anger should not be directed at someone who is driving their automobile trying to mind his/her business.

The business of throwing rocks at just anybody for just about anything is senseless.

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Patricia says...

Yes we should not have no more tire burning or vandalize people properties, but if they steal the people vote; my opinion the CEP and this government should pay for what they done by any means.The Haitians people are tired living in mud, they can not afford to buy food even those who had more opportunities what now can not even put fuel in their cars to go to work;think about the rest that we called lower class, everytime they have food on their table for them it is a miracle.

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