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I think that this is a brillant exposé overall, particularly parts A, B, and C. Those parts provide a lot of insights into the Haitian culture. Part E was fun to read, though I wondered on occasion about its integration with the rest of the exposé. But the one part I truly find challenging is part D. I have yet to come to terms with the vision it advances or the hows and the whys. I will no doubt have to read it again. But I would like to know what others on the forum think of this brainy document by our compatriot Djalòki.