Those that defend the interests of the bourgeoisie class in...

Agent-x - September 20 2011, 5:56 AM

Those that defend the interests of the bourgeoisie class in Haiti could run but they cannot hide under the weight of their inherent contradictions, hypocrisy social class interests.One's could decode this by the euphemism and code word utilized to camouflage their real intentions.

A Vietnamese telecommunications function in Haiti without the obligation for its managerial staff to speaks creole.

In a country where 99% of the telephonic conversation are conducted in creole not in French or English.

Those that pay for the telephonic conversation are creole speakers.

Therefore, He who pays the piper calls the tune. The Haitian are paying the company Voila.

It is not the other way around.

Yet, creole as usual is pushed aside as unimportant, invisible as they do for the sons and daughters of Dessalines.

This means that the positions are opening to those that are fluent in French and English which more often than not will means the selection of light skin sons of daugters of the bourgeois.

This is the traditional built in deceptions.

That is why they have the audacity to put the creole language in parenthesis and relegates it as a negligible language in the following sentence:
["Successful candidates will be highly experienced professionals who speak French and English
(Creole a plus), and who are passionate about making a difference in Haiti"]
Those that pays the piper should calls the tune in a country where the sons and daughter of Dessalines are forced to work at starvation wage at gun point.

This is a national insult to say: ►(Creole a plus)◄ in a job offer in Haiti.
►Those that pay the piper have a legitimate right to call for the tune.◄


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