A Haitian Hospitality Call To All Millionaires And Billionaires Of The World

Sean Penn & Prime Minister Lamothe of Haiti

As the saying goes, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. While my home country Haiti is gasping for investments from people with capital to help jump-start its economy, other countries are giving them hell. When it comes to wealth creation, I go by one simple rule: if you amass your fortune legally, you deserve to live with it in peace.

So I am making this hospitality call to all you millionaires and billionaires in the US and other parts of the world, those of you who are running for your lives because the media is out to destroy and bring you down. I want to let you know that Haiti is waiting to welcome you and your money with open arms. Move there with your money and live in peace. Like Sean Penn, make Haiti your place of retreat, your paradise on earth, your home away from home. Say enough with the trips to the mental rehabilitation institutions because of the level of stress you are under. You did not become wealthy for that wealth to become a matter of torment for you and your loved ones.

Once you move to Haiti, and I am encouraging you to do so, you will never want to return home. You will have everything you need at your disposal -a variety of succulent and delicious tropical fruits and foods, the nice and pleasant tropical weather (it is summer all year long in Haiti), our beautiful beaches, the culture, the music, the people, and most importantly your peace of mind.

Because I am Haitian, you may think, rightly so, that I am selling you something not worthy of the bargain. If you do think so, I am urging you to ask Sean Penn who is not Haitian. He will tell you from experience because he has been living in Haiti since after the earthquake of January 12, 2010. And there are many like him over there -who are not in the spotlight like he is.

I am about to make a bold statement, which some may find disagreeable; I will understand if they do: I guarantee you if Michael Jackson had moved to Haiti, away from all the stress the media was bringing into his life, he could have still been alive today. Being wealthy does not mean that you and your loved ones have to be tormented and harassed by a media watching your every move. And the more they report on your private life, the more money they make. Move to Haiti with your fortune -away from all the paparazzi -and live in peace. So Haiti is waiting with open arms to welcome you and your money.

2 comments on “A Haitian Hospitality Call To All Millionaires And Billionaires Of The World

  1. LOL – Well, that is a funny post! I like it. I would move to Haiti today but I’m not a millionaire and can’t afford the high cost of living. Yes, unless you shop only in the street markets, life is cheap, but step into a store and buy some things you can’t get on the street, you are paying a pretty penny. Plus, without a job … I would work running Haiti Reads but we don’t generate money so I would be broke. Also, I hate having to have to travel everywhere with someone now since it is not safe to go anywhere alone as a foreigner anymore. Believe me, I had to experience this first hand! Life was sweet before the earthquake.
    Still, with all of this … oh, I forgot the lovely traffic chaos and that we have no electricity or running water in our house, again, with all of this I WOULD MOVE TO HAITI TODAY! Uggg, someone get me a job in Carefour! 🙂

  2. Well even though I welcome the idea of rich people investing in Haiti, but how can you guarantee a media free environment?

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