Prevent child abuse and soldiering in Haiti

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Campaign created 29 months ago
What do you see when you see me in a corner of some streets? Another beggar? A black beggar? A Homeless man? Or a black homeless beggar? Truth is I am just a man; one of my slogans is that I am not homeless and not poor, but hungry for education. If you see me, know that I have good intentions, and that I chose that way because it is very hard to ask for help and this makes it easier when I am ignored. Why am I telling you about my life?  Because I need your forgiveness, and on behalf of all the good souls in Haiti, I apologize for everything, the corruption, the high illiteracy and the Rip offs. I hope you choose to forgive us. I believe in you, I  believe in Americans and all the kind nations. Donate here or contact me for other options.  You donations will help poor, hungry and illiterate children in Haiti; it will pay for school, feed families and put solar and inverter powered streetlights in poor and forgotten neighborhoods.  It will fix broken hut/houses and pay for basic health care and prevent the  rising death from lack of blood and hospitals refusing to treat patients because they are missing less than $80 of the total care. It will help elderly in their daily shores, provide free meals for people in need and help veterans in the United States.  I  will be speaking of America because I know her personally, but I love every single nation. Thank you for everything you have done for Haiti. We need your forgiveness and one last chance through me.  Donate any amount if you can and believe. I hope you can find it in your heart to donate any amount you can, so that I can redeem the Haitian community and restore faith/trust that we lost.    Someone on Facebook said (1st week of November 2018) that it was not her place to judge the motives of those who ask for help. I admit that for the longest that I didn't give to people that I see with cigarettes and bottles in Brown bags. Something amazing happened to me on Veterans day 2018 as I was spending it at the corner of veterans Blvd and Clearview Pkwy to ask for money for education in Haiti instead of getting a free meal from one the caring restaurant: 1) I went to church in Gretna, LA for the 1st time in years to offer my help for free; I  don't  go to church because in Haiti, it means something else most of the time. 2) I had plan later that Sunday to stay near the church with my demon rider and our signs to beg for money, but something kept telling me not enough people here and that you need to be at the corner of veterans Blvd and Clearview Pkwy, I kept stopping at potential corners and kept riding along the way and before I  knew it I was at that Exit on the I-10. Once there I was given proofs again that everyone has a purpose; someone with cigarettes coming behind me, and without hesitation I  asked her if she was okay. Because I can't breath well around  cigarettes, I normally avoid peple while they smoke. I just put my hand in the box and grabbed some and gave her.  3) For the longest, I  avoid police because I was afraid, not because I am black, but because I don't want to unknowingly something illegal that will get me deported, and people kept calling the police on me. They came, and they were among the most polite people that you will ever met. They verified my permit, licenses and Ideas. So, I want to thank the kind gentleman who told me that I needed a permit to solicit money and the kind people in Orleans parish and Jefferson Parish. I  could've been in trouble with both the city and the Army.   I have always known that helping people make me the happiest  besides making babies since I have not asked all those people who owes me money for a cent.  I am now more convinced that I found my purpose. Donate, please , to help poor people in Haiti get some dignity back.  Today, November 12, 2018, under the rain, I was tested again, and God put a beautiful soul in my path. I won't ever speak about it because this was my final proof. I am glad that I have always helped people when in need.  Life only smiles at those who are kind and respectful. Generosity is a choice that you will never regret. Spread the love because God will always protect you when you are being tested if you believe in him. My name is Jun, and I hope that you get to know me. I am a 37 years old with about 18 years in the Army. Growing up in Haiti, I was sold 3 dreams: 1) That in America you found money in the Streets because people were so rich; 2) That the Army was the greatest Army in the world; John Rambo was an American hero, and that I too can save people by myself. So, I asked my father to send me some English books and started to study words without knowing if I was pronouncing them right. All almost every child  in my neighborhood could think was leaving Haiti to join the greatest Army. Me at 7 years old, I wanted to be Rambo with two weapons in hand and that I would come back to Haiti to join the 'leopards' (Haitian force, probably wrong spelling though I was just a child and can't remember) and deliver Haiti from the instability. So, when 11 years later, the embassy game my mother and I a visa, I took it and ran, just in case they were thinking about changing their mind. You wouldn't believe it, and my mother was a witness, it was like that I have been traveling all my life and been to the U.S before (followed all the instructions perfectly because I did not want to be denied Entry to the land of money on the Streets.  Arriving to America, I did and still do all the right things. I went to high school, respected people, joined the U.S. Army, started selling hopes and dreams of education and a possibly better future, and went to college.  OH BOY, was I wrong! 19 years later, I am no Rambo eventhough I am in the Army, only found about $21 on the streets, a $20 that I didn't take because I wanted to leave it for someone who needed it the most and multi times found pennies, 1 dime  one time and 1 quarter another time, which I took.  The U.S. Army is the greatest though; I  guess  one dream out of three is not bad; I did get to help some people in the U.S. and in Haiti.   Education is great and hell of a beautiful and sexy woman. The downside is that the market( Haiti) in which we are located, we cannot afford to buy them because the government and those who can are not helping, so we are counting on good Samaritans to buy her for them. I am asking to give Haiti her millionth and last chance through me. I believe caring is an American thing, and this has been proven over and over again, that Americans are forgiven and trusting.   DONATE or INVEST: Remember that it pays to be a good Samaritan. A frightened and hopeless boy who became no one. Follow me on some of the social media sites to know me as the adult today: A man who is afraid of life and yet loves people; a man who would rather take pennies on the streets rather than starve someone who need it the most. A man who smiles and forgives those who wronged  him , seconds after being upset; a man who failed a boy who wanted to save Haiti; a depressing man who will not give up; a man who is not ashamed to be on his knees at street corners with a sing to ask for help for Haiti; a man who ate salt for breakfast, lunch and dinner because he gave his money away; a  man who supported and loves America; a father to all children; a brother to all.   "I am Jun: The Natural Effect of being ME!  ...  I am Jun... It is my humble belief that everyone is perfect in his or her own way. My perfection is perfect ... I am Jun. I am a redefined handsome soul... I take nothing for granted, which is why my purpose is to give the same opportunities that I had to those who cannot afford it. I am Jun, and the natural effect of being ME is contagious..." Follow these links for more of me, please: https://m.facebook.com/groups/1352133094802644?view=permalink&id=1361479433868010 https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1228952593837477&id=1113260595406678 Follow us on Facebook to get updates on how your money is being spent.   
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Veterans, we, the soldiers, got your 6. Free meal to Veterans at the VA hospital and sick patients at the University Medical Center. Seeking Donation from the public.

Donate Zelle for free: mezilus@gmail.com or www.gofundme.com/thegiftthatlasts

My demon hunter and I are spreading love to #ReturnSomeOfMyBlessings.
This Thanksgiving is going to be the beginning of the most beautiful annual affair. Soldiers, taking care of veterans. We will be making the boldest statement ever.

Please, donate and share so that more people in greater new Orleans or anywhere in the United States can help to make this day unforgetable.
Again, Zelle for free: mezilus@gmail.com or

www.gofundme.com/thegiftthatlasts or

www.gofundme.com/huntdownilliteracy

Looking for donation to feed as many as I can because feeding only 200 is not enough. This event is a Thanksgiving affair at the VA hospital and university medical center in New Orleans, LA for patients and nurses. I hope that I can count on you for a donation to show the Veterans that they still matter.

Thank you.

Jun Mezilus
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Special thanks to everyone in the world. I love you
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Created June 30, 2016
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