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Tuesday, 19 January 2010

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Ma Mary

Haiti is the poorest and most desperate country in the Western Hemisphere. How did it come to be so, is the big question. Haiti is also the second independent country in the Western hemisphere, after the USA.

The reason is that it passed through the wicked hands of France. France sucked Haiti's marrow dry, by extracting the equivalent of $20billion in today's dollars from the new country in ransom.

All francophone African countries are Haitis in the process of having their blood and marrows sucked dry by the same monster. La republique had the opportunity of bowing before us, so that we could lead them away from the monster. They chose to remain in slavery. Poor zombies. Ta Ta La republique. It is time for us to go and leave you in your love affair.

njimaforboy

..that is so sad. France is a cursed nation. How do we now remove ourselves from the situation we find ourselves in. Biya is not going to die anytime soon, and there is the possibility that what happened in Gabon may happen to Cameroon.
Freedom comes with a price , and history has proven that the cost of freedom is war.
Unless we remove ourselves from this union with the French, we shall never be free. We will continue to be second class citizens in our Fatherland.

njimaforboy

...to tell u the truth, for me, i rather be the president of hell than a slave in heaven.
This so called La Republic is the fabric of our immagination that was created through lies and greed. It does not exist and will never exist. The sooner we break this up the better for all involved. You can not force people into a union they do not want, and if u do, you create pressure that must one day explode.

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