Josianne, I chose to respond to your comment whether it was...

Montresor 2011 - November 11 2008, 4:08 PM

Josianne,

I chose to respond to your comment whether it was addressed to President Prevail, or me.

I've considered all of the options prior to the introduction of my intention to run for President, and decided to communicate in English primarily for the economic, integrations of strategic infiltration of influence opportunity to top into our neighboring world of economic resources etc.

Personally I've refused to speak French at the age of seven (7) years old and I became fluent in English by ten (10) years of age. I do not recognize the French or France to be of any profit of interest for me or Haiti but rather a complete set back of complexity in the realms of shared knowledge of intellectuals that terrorized our nation decades.

Please understand I am not by any means prejudice against the French but I did have a bad experience with some unsuccessful approaches by a perveted French man at the age of 14 years old.

I see more benefits to Haitians learning and practicing Kreol, English, Spanish over French.

Why?

Because Haiti's neighbors are mostly English and Spanish and we need to be fluent and competent in these languages another to trade, and deal business transactions with our neighbors.

Once I am elected I will put more demands on my strengths to help educate our kids to become business minded and explore productivity influences that leads to proudness.

Yes I LOVE Haiti and I am proud to be Haitian.

But ultimately the decision is up to you, but as for I, I chose not to be dependant upon others for my success.

God Bless!

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nous parlons creole et francais pas anglais

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