Bonjou Nadege, let me tell you something sister, I consider...

Zac - February 12 2010, 2:40 PM

Bonjou Nadege, let me tell you something sister, I consider myself an American and a Haitian.

From my American point of view I like and trust Bill Clinton to do what's best for me as an American just as I do Obama.

I trust he (Bill Clinton) will always defend America's interests.

Now, from my Haitian point of view I'm very skeptical about the man. So far I give him the benefit of the doubt but I'm watching him carefully to see whether he really is interested in helping Haiti.

He's a brilliant individual so I hope he learns from his past mistakes in regards to Haiti.

I haven't been around that long but it seems to me that there's been a lot of insincere promises and nice rhetoric made to Haiti and yet here we are today sitting in the dust.

I am not a pessimist and I do believe that someday my country will pull through but it wouldn't surprise me if Bill Clinton didn't do a thing for Haiti.

If he didn't it would not mean that he's incompetent and I would not blame him either because our problems are too deep, too enigmatic and way too complicated.

We have been plagued with incompetent leaders who either don't care about the country or who are unable to deal with Haiti's problems successfully.

The Haitian elite is the problem, the United States is the problem, France is the problem, Canada is the problem, and above all Haitians are the problem starting with me.

I believe that it's up to us to save ourselves but a lot of Haitians mistakenly await on the international community to save us. They put all their eggs in one basket.

I'm going to Haiti in the coming weeks because I believe it's my duty to help my country, my people, not just now but in the future as well. The thought of going to Port-Au-Prince is very uneasy but Haiti is my passion.

Haiti needs a leader we haven't had one forever.

I saw Preval weeping today and for the first time I felt for the man. I hope he does what is best for the country from now on to the best of his ability.

I understand it's no easy job but he needs to try a little harder.

It is snowing outside right now I hope someday in a different Haiti I will be sitting by a nice white sand beach drinking coconut.

Let us all do what needs to be done to save our people.

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