Toulimen, I did not say the ancestors ate soup on Independence...

Tiba - January 22 2011, 7:37 PM

Toulimen,

I did not say the ancestors ate soup on Independence Day. At the ceremony in Bois-Caiman, they were serve soup or some sort of bouillon before they started the war that led to Haiti's independence.

Tolimen you know very well that Haiti's history is always written by Americans and other foreigners who do not speak a word of Creole nor understand the language but claim to know Haiti's history more than Haitians themeselves.

Those Americans/foreigners who are self-proclaimed Haitian historians and experts write a more distorted/misleading history of Haiti the way they want the world to know about Haiti.

Toulimen keep in mind the ceremony in Bois-Caiman was a "Gumbo/gonbo" meaning a souper/dinner, which whites and foreigners refer to as "voodoo."

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