So you think you know history well, don’t you? You got a good grade in history in high school? Well, that only means you know well the part of history the victors agreed upon and that they wish you to know. The rest….
Haiti was discovered by the ‘Spanish Conquisadors’ (a mix of Jews and Moors [Arabs and Berbers] and a few Iberians) in 1492, and by 1548 the native population, the Taíno, had – because of smallpox, warfare and harsh slavery, all brought by the ‘Spaniards’ – been reduced to a population of 500 individuals. Their culture was by then extinct: destroyed by the Judeo-Christians. You might already know about that, though: they probably tell you about this in school (where they accuse only Europeans for these crimes), so I will continue…
In 1789 Haiti was a French colony, and in the wake of the ‘French’ Revolution there was an Haitian Revolution, that lasted from 1789 to 1804 and that brought the end to slavery and ‘freedom’ to the former slaves – pretty much all of them Africans by then. Well; bliss and joy, you might say, they had their ‘liberty, equality and fraternity’. So they probably lived happily ever after, right?
The school probably stop telling you about Haiti at this point, but I wont, and this is where we get to the point of this post. You see, pretty much the first thing the Africans did on Haiti, when they gained their freedom, in 1804, was to ethnically cleanse Haiti. This ethnic cleansing was carried out against the remaining white population and by the order of Jean-Jacques Dessalines, the new leader of Haiti. “The massacre, which took place in the entire territory of Haiti, was carried out from early February 1804 until 22 April 1804, and resulted in the death of between 3,000 to 5,000 people of all ages and gender.Squads of soldiers moved from house to house, killing entire families.Even whites who had been friendly and sympathetic to the black population were imprisoned and later killed.A second wave of massacres targeted white women and children.”
1806 engraving of Jean-Jacque Dessalines. It depicts the general, sword raised in one arm, while the other holds a decapitated head of a white woman:
So Africans systematically murdered every European man, woman and child on Haiti, because they were Europeans… and they murdered those who had helped them too, those who had been kind to them and those who had supported them during the slave revolution (something I guess “anti-racists” over here in Europe should remember…). I guess ‘gratitude’ is not in their vocabulary. I can add that less than 2% of the Europeans in the Americas owned slaves (compared to e. g. 40% of all Jewish householders).
But, ‘of course’ when Europeans are being massacred because they are Europeans, because of their race… who cares?
They don’t tell you about this in school. They don’t tell you about this on TV. They don’t tell you about this in any medias today. They certainly don’t tell you about this in any “Holocaust Museums”. They never tell you about the numerous massacres Europeans have fallen victim to over the years.
I think many of us know why. HailaR WôðanaR!
In memory of the Taíno: victims of Judeo-Christianity:
In memory of the Frenchmen massacred on Haiti in 1804: victims of Masonic-instigated African racism: