Haiti - Dominican Republic send 50 Heavily Armed Soldiers to Guard their Embassy

Did you know??? Fifty elite heavily armed military soldiers left the Dominican Republic late last week to go to Haiti with a mission to secure the Dominican embassy in Port au Prince...

PHOTO: Dominican Soldiers
PHOTO: Dominican Soldiers

KREYOL: Sen Domeng fek voye 50 soldats en Haiti, ak gro zan fann fwa, pou siveye ambassad yo a nan kapital Potpoprens... Kisa-w panse de sa?

According to Dominican Newspaper Hoy, these soldiers are armed with M60 machine guns, M203 grenade launchers, assault rifles and Galil Sniping Rifles.

These soldiers left the Dominican republic Thursday, 26 Feb 2015.

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Samuel Pierre says...

nou pa janm fè yon efo nou toujou ap tann pou bondye ban nou tete. poukisa nou pa gen lame pa nou tou bann protestan parese poukisa nou pa al lekol pito sispann pale nan sa nou pa konnen bann moun

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Nerlique Felix says...

Se nòmal paske ayiti se yn gagè nan ki peyi ankò wap jwenn kaka konsa e konbyen solda mateli voye siveye anbasad pa nou an ki nan

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Proud To Be Haitian says...

I want The so-called Haitian government to cut all I mean all of the business from DR government and have the Haitians rerun home. We will survive without going to DR. God is not only for other countries and excluded Haiti; he is our God too but some Haitian so stupid to realize

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Proud To Be Haitian says...

Here again Ricart long essay want to be a voice of reason blah blah. It is both way Ricart, it makes a little sense for Haitians to be reminded of being the poorest land on the atmosphere by you, and that is not even true. You need to take a class called comparative politic then you'll learn about the poorest countries on the atmosphere.

It is not an easy task to reason with Haitians, even those that pretend to be well-educated.

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Wally Cadely says...

Pote nou pa bezwen pe` sove` tou pre` li pret pou paret.Gen Bondye pou moun ki ki

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Wally Cadely says...

Pote nou pa bezwen pe` sove` tou pre` li pret pou paret.Gen Bondye pou moun ki ki

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Jean 1804 Freedom Fighter says...

Haitians stop helping Dominicans push their fabricated history.

we never invaded nor occupied Dominican Republic!!!! We invaded a territory that was owned by spain called SANTO DOMINGO at the time. We annexed that side of the island after defeating Spain and considered the slaves we freed from there (ancestors of today's Dominicans) one nation.

They were all protected by us in Haiti's 1806 constitution as Haitians, so we're non-racist whites including white women and children.

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Ricart says...

It is not an easy task to reason with Haitians, even those that pretend to be well-educated.

This call for DR to "close the embassy and altogether rupture the diplomatic relationship with Haiti" can only come from foreigners that do not live in the island and that put their vindictiveness ahead of Haiti's interests and well-being...fortunately, the voice of reason is prevailing: http://www.belpolitik.com/blog/haiti-duly-bru...96

We are being reminded that "Haitian poor labor force, illegal workers, lucrative business contracts, black market and trafficking across the borders largely contribute to the DR's economy":

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Eddy Nelson says...

More salt in the wounds,
If they feel we can't guarantee the security of the diplomat in Haiti, I dare them to close the embassy and altogether rupture the diplomatic relationship with Haiti.

Of course, by so doing, they would stand to lose more. Knowingly, Haitian poor labor force, illegal workers, lucrative business contracts, black market and trafficking across the borders largely contribute to the DR's economy.

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Erline says...

FOUT MANTI BANNNN MANTEURRRRR
NOUVEL SA KACHE NAN TIROI RE, HAITI
METEL DEVAN NOU KOURI DEYEL

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