FACE THE ACTUAL FACTS: HAITI AND ALL BLACK PEOPLE NEED “WHITE SUPREMACY”… IN THAT, BLACK PEOPLE IS AMERICA DEMENSTRATE AN IOTA OF CIVILIZATION AND/OR CIVILITY THANKS TO THE PECULIAR INSTITUTION AND/OR “WHITE SUPREMACY”. “WHITE SUPREMACY” INGRAINED CIVILITY IN THE AFRICAN-AMERICAN AND HAS ASSISTED MANY AFRICAN-AMERICANS IN ESTABLISHING SELF-CONTROL AND HELPING THEM TO NOT REVERT TO SAVAGERY. NOTE: HAITI WAS “LIBERATED” BY GENERAL TOUSSAINT LOUVERTURE. YET HAITI HAS DEMONSTRATED THAT IT IS ILL EQUIPT IN BRINGING ABOUT A CIVIL SOCIETY. INTERESTING RIGHT? HAITI’ SAVAGERY REPRESENTS THE CONCRETE REALITY THAT TELLS ALL CRITICALLY THINKING HUMANOIDS THAT: BLACK PEOPLE WHERE NEVER AUTHORIZED TO RULE WITHOUT SOME FORM OF A “WHITE SUPREMACY” CONSTRUCT. THE READER IS ENCOURAGED TO REFUTE AND/OR DISPUTE (WITH EVIDENCE OF COUSE) THE ABOUT STATED FACTS!
WHAT HAPPENED TO HAITI? BEING AN INDIGENOUS PEOPLE, AND LIBERATED FROM SLAVERY, HAITI SHOULD HAVE SHOWCASED BLACK PEOPLE’S “SUPREME INTELLIGENCE”?
François-Dominique Toussaint Louverture (French: [fʁɑ̃swa dɔminik tusɛ̃ luvɛʁtyʁ]; also known as Toussaint L’Ouverture or Toussaint Bréda; 1743 – 7 April 1803) was a Haitian general and the most prominent leader of the Haitian Revolution. During his life, Louverture first fought against the French, then for them, and then finally against France again for the cause of Haitian independence. As a revolutionary leader, Louverture displayed military and political acumen that helped transform the fledgling slave rebellion into a revolutionary movement. Louverture is now known as the “Father of Haiti.”
Louverture was born a slave on the French colony of Saint-Domingue, now known as Haiti. He became a free man and a Jacobin, and began his military career as a leader of the 1791 slave rebellion in Saint-Domingue. Initially allied with the Spaniards of neighboring Santo Domingo, Louverture switched his allegiance to the French when the new Republican government abolished slavery. Louverture gradually established control over the whole island and used his political and military influence to gain dominance over his rivals.
Throughout his years in power, he worked to improve the economy and security of Saint-Domingue. Worried about the economy, which had stalled, he restored the plantation system using paid labour; negotiated trade agreements with the United Kingdom and the United States; and maintained a large and well-trained army. Although Louverture did not sever ties with France in 1800 after defeating leaders among the Haitian mulatto population, he promulgated an autonomous constitution for the colony in 1801, which named him as Governor-General for Life, even against Napoleon Bonaparte‘s wishes.
In 1802, he was invited to a parley by French Divisional General Jean-Baptiste Brunet, but was arrested upon his arrival. He was deported to France and jailed at the Fort de Joux. He died in 1803. Although Louverture died before the final and most violent stage of the Haitian Revolution, his achievements set the grounds for the Haitian army’s final victory. Suffering massive losses in multiple historic battles at the hands of the Haitian army and losing thousands of men to yellow fever, the French capitulated and withdrew permanently from Saint-Domingue the very same year. The Haitian Revolution continued under Louverture’s lieutenant, Jean-Jacques Dessalines, who declared independence on 1 January 1804, thereby establishing the sovereign state of Haiti.