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I thought that Mr. Aristide in his speech was going to endorse...

I thought that Mr. Aristide in his speech was going to endorse one of the candidates. I believe that had he done so, this would have decided who... more »

I have listened attentively to what Mr. Aristide has to say; it...

I have listened attentively to what Mr. Aristide has to say; it is hard not to be mesmerized by his speech. The man is truly an excellent orator. I... more »

Hello Jessica, Thank you for putting in the public domain these...

Hello Jessica, Thank you for putting in the public domain these informations concerning Mr. Michel "Sweet Micky" Martelly. Though I was not... more »

The meeting of Head of States in Grenada can be categorized as...

The meeting of Head of States in Grenada can be categorized as a show case for talk shop.The main agenda is firstly for the new talk on Caribbean... more »

If Mr. Jean Bertrand Aristide is truly a statesman and meant...

If Mr. Jean Bertrand Aristide is truly a statesman and meant what he said; "I will return to Haiti to the field I know best: Education"... more »

Who is Jude Celestin, can anyone throw light as to whom he...

Who is Jude Celestin, can anyone throw light as to whom he really is. Is he a poet, a politician or... God knows what.To whom or for whom has he... more »

It is regrettable that you misinterpret my comment and turns it...

It is regrettable that you misinterpret my comment and turns it into a storm into a tea-cup. I knew that Mr. Duvlier had instructed the bank to made... more »

A few weeks aback, I wrote a comment and I stated that the...

A few weeks aback, I wrote a comment and I stated that the reason why Mr. Jean Claude Duvalier has returned to Haiti is that, He is broke. I also... more »

Well, what is good for the goose is also good for the gander...

Well, what is good for the goose is also good for the gander. If Mr. Jean Duvalier is able to return to Haiti, and has the right to remain in the... more »

In Haiti, The law is always flaunted by those who swear to...

In Haiti, The law is always flaunted by those who swear to uphold it, and this why political turmoil and political impasse are the scourge the... more »

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