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The Role of the Bastard (Mulatto) as a Factor in World History - Dr John Henrik Clarke

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The date was August 22, 1791. The place was the most profitable white-ruled island in the Western Hemisphere, Saint Dominique (called Haiti today). The major european powers at the time (spain, england, and france) were fighting over control of the island.

christopher columbus and his band of homosexual pirates had been there since 1492, when they began exterminating millions of the indigenous inhabitants - the Arawaks.

As a result of the extermination of the Arawaks, Afrikans were kidnapped, shackled, and brought to Saint Dominique as slaves to enrich the pockets of white enslavers.

After a couple of hundred years of this enslavement, Black men and women in Saint Dominique decided to strike back. The mans name was Boukman Dutty. He was chosen to lead the Haitian people to freedom in warfare against their white enslavers. The Afrikans on the island of Saint Dominique (now Haiti) decided it was time to fight the whites with a new and improve zeal. The Haitian cries for freedom rang out, Death to All whites and Black Dominion.

Boukman Dutty began the rebellion with a prayer to the people:
Boukmans Prayer:

"Good God who created the Sun which shines on us from above, who rouses the sea and makes the thunder rumble; Listen!
God though hidden in a cloud watches over us.
The god of the white man calls forth crime but our God wills good works.
Our God who is good commands us to vengeance. He will direct our arms and help us.
Throw away the likeness of the white mans god who has so often brought us to tears and listen to liberty which speaks in all our hearts.

Boukmans philosophy was Conquer or Die. He was eventually killed and replaced by less effective, Negro, accommodationist leadership. As a result, Haitian independence took much longer than it should have.

By 1802, the revolution had fallen into the hands of a man of the same ilk as Boukman Dutty. He was an Afrikan War General named Jean-Jaques Dessalines. He became the liberator of Haiti.

He was one of the most sophisticated and cunning Race men in our history. Additionally, he was one of the finest generals the Black Race has ever produced. His very name, like Boukman Dutty, struck absolute fear and trepidation in the hearts of whites worldwide. This is a quote from Dessalines on his approach to waging the final revolutionary war against the french enslavers:

Jean-Jacques Dessalines

"I abandon to them (the white enemies) freely the shores, and the places where cities have existed; but woe to those who approach too near the mountain! It were better for them that the sea received them into its profound abyss than to be devoured by the anger of the children of Haiti."

In 1804, Dessalines declared Saint Dominique free of white tyranny and the home of Black Dominion. He renamed Saint Dominique - Haiti. This was the original name of the island when the Arawaks ruled.

Dessalines forces defeated the entire french army of napoleon bonaparte of france. After the war was over, he kept his promise to the spirit of Boukman and his ancestors. The Haitians had promised to kill all the surviving whites left on the island. Dessalines led the Haitian people in this mighty and spiritual cleansing process. By the end of the war, over 40,000 french troops had be killed - many having been hung, firing squaded, or beheaded. The Haitians were true Afrikan warriors of the greatest character, courage, commitment, and spirit.

For more history on Haiti, click the following link:

Political and Economic History of Haiti

and/or read the book, The Irritated Genie by Jacob Carruthers. This is the best book on the subject found.

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