Tiba, we can always have a social revolution occured in Haiti...

Toulimen - January 30 2011, 2:21 PM

Tiba, we can always have a social revolution occured in Haiti but not in the middle of this chaos my brother.

People are living under the tents and they have no other places to go right now. I don't want to put them in the middle of this mess and it is too painful.

In Egypt, those people have at least houses and they can call for a social revolution but us cannot do the same. I think that we need a coalition government with Cedras, Namphy, Aristide, Duvalier, Ertha, Manigat and many more. Let's end the forced exile that we have found ourselves in to help rebuilding Haiti.

We can do better through unity and national reconciliation.

We did it with Aristide, Duvalier, Cedras, Namphy, Ertha, Avril and others and we did not get any good results.

People are living hell in Haiti.

We need to get ourselves together to do better things.

I am asking Petrus to hold it off for now...

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