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  1. They took all the trees
    Put ’em in a tree museum
    And they charged the people
    A dollar and a half just to see ’em

    Don’t it always seem to go
    That you don’t know what you’ve got
    Till it’s gone
    They paved paradise
    And put up a parking lot

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  2. Completely true, this view of the island.
    I am a draftsman, and a native, a true Saint-Barth by origin, my mother said she had Arawak blood.
    Our architects at the time were the shipwrights, they had knowledge beyond what one could learn in a school, they knew all about nature, and they were forged by the power of the sea and the cyclones. It wasn’t for nothing that Rockefeller hired them.
    The master of all of them was my neighbor, Mr. HODGE Emilien, I grew up in his environment, that is why I am the « TRACER OF TRADITIONS ».
    Out of « les beaux Arts », these architects of today, are primarily there for the money, we have to call them « Master », and we the natives, we are the Indians, not to say the least of everything. for These people.
    All these people from the outside, are here to educate us, but we minorities, the people from below, we know they have fled they country …

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  3. And how long are we going to stand and look without acting ? Don’t our Rock worth more than that ? I feel so sad.

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