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Thread: Haiti is a threat to the Dom. Rep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bachata

    They are burning our threes.
    Oh no! Not the threes! I don't mind if they burn the twos and the fours, but by all that's holy: not the threes!

    Read before you hit REPLY.

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    From what I hear dominicans where I live are saying , and some dominican university professors are teaching that in a few generations haitians will acheive real political power in the dominican , then anything is possible

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    I don't know. As well as I know two countries are independent, so I don't know what is a problem.

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    The Haitians for the last 100 years,have destroyed their land. The Dominicans are poor managers of their on land.the garbage in so many beautiful places,make me sick.

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    Default Holy Zombie Thread Batman!

    Why don't these old threads just die?

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    Because every can on the side of the road deserves a good kick once in a while.

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    In my opinion the biggest threat to the Dominican Republic
    is corruption. Without it, no one is going to be paying bribes
    to smuggle charcoal and wood out of the country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drperson View Post
    From what I hear dominicans where I live are saying , and some dominican university professors are teaching that in a few generations haitians will acheive real political power in the dominican , then anything is possible

    Trujillo's family included Haitians. So they've already achieved political power. Just wait until Trump deports 50,000 Haitians back to Hispaniola. But the ones here in Canada are a gentle, creative asset. Unless you're a racist, you have nothing to worry about. If you are, you already sleep with a machete.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Commander Ooh La La, USN View Post
    Your sources sound suspect. I discredit them for anecdotal bias. And the rest is "Chicken Little" bllsht.

    Dominicans dont respect the environment either. Drive from Santiago to Sosua and count out in seconds how frequently you see green patches of grass by the roadside not contaminated with litter.
    I agree with you my friend but the OP in this issue is talking about a much bigger issue here then littering. Haitians crossing the border also kill dominican soldiers for coal. jake Kheel made an documentary as well about this rising danger. Death By Thousand Cuts.
    Last edited by AlterEgo; 01-29-2018 at 08:29 AM. Reason: Fixed quote

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriela View Post
    Trujillo's family included Haitians. So they've already achieved political power. Just wait until Trump deports 50,000 Haitians back to Hispaniola. But the ones here in Canada are a gentle, creative asset. Unless you're a racist, you have nothing to worry about. If you are, you already sleep with a machete.
    And this is a perspicacious statement in which manner?

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