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9113: Re: 9111: No replies to Poincy?? (fwd)
From: Jean Saint-Vil <email@example.com>
I personally see no need to answer Poincy's questions because I read them
more for answers to a key question that every Haitian should ask himself -
at least once: what is truly on the mind of most of these self-appointed
«friends of Haiti»?
Having said that, should Haitians spend the best of their time analizing,
discussing, agonizing over what Poincy, Helms, Duke or Goltemberg think
about them? or should they, instead, spend their energy dialoguing (Haitian
with Haitian) in search of answers to our people's challenges?
I chose to spend my time doing the latter. Pa gen tan pou gaspiye. Nou deja
« Ayisyen se sèl lespwa Ayiti»
----Original Message Follows----
From: Bob Corbett <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Haiti mailing list <email@example.com>
Subject: 9111: No replies to Poincy??
Date: Tue, 25 Sep 2001 00:13:57 -0500 (CDT)
From: Philippe Charles <firstname.lastname@example.org>
It has been a week since Jean Poincy's last note was posted.
In that note, Poincy writes about the necessity of a strong dictatorial
system "with good will" as the only solution to deal with the
"self-destructive" mentality of the Haitian people. Poincy also
challenged anyone to prove his assertions wrong by "any historical
Since there has been no replies, does that mean that everyone agrees
with Poincy? ...with his diagnosis? ... with his remedy?
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