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Offline Croix de Fer

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Re: The Lesson of Haiti
« Reply #15 on: April 12, 2018, 03:00:14 PM »
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  • If you're going to use a source such as the late American neo-Nazi Dr. William L. Pierce of the National Alliance, then why not use the original American neo-Nazi George Lincoln Rockwell (specifically his May 16, 1967 speech at UCLA--found on youtube-- which eventually led to his assassination 3 months later because he was speaking to college-educated people about unfortunate truths)?? Just be careful: Once you begin to greatly admire a Nazi, you may yourself become a Nazi.  



    Blessed be the Lord my God, who teacheth my hands to fight, and my fingers to war. ~ Psalms 143:1 (Douay-Rheims)

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    Re: The Lesson of Haiti
    « Reply #16 on: April 18, 2018, 05:29:08 PM »
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  • To put it kindly, the lesson of Haiti is that a group of people with sufficient brain power and sufficient impulse control weren't left in charge.

    Let's not just spend time laughing at the misery of Haitians.
    The lesson is, is when the black man dominates anywhere on this planet over the lighter skinned peoples, you are done for.
    I challenge anyone on this forum to point out one place on earth where this is the case and the white man doesn't live in fear of the possiblility of the inevitable and eventual genocide of his people.
    Of course the jews are more than happy to perpetuate this genocide every chance they get.


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    Re: The Lesson of Haiti
    « Reply #17 on: April 18, 2018, 05:33:00 PM »
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  • If you're going to use a source such as the late American neo-Nazi Dr. William L. Pierce of the National Alliance, then why not use the original American neo-Nazi George Lincoln Rockwell (specifically his May 16, 1967 speech at UCLA--found on youtube-- which eventually led to his assassination 3 months later because he was speaking to college-educated people about unfortunate truths)?? Just be careful: Once you begin to greatly admire a Nazi, you may yourself become a Nazi.  
    What's it matter where the source of truth comes from? Does it make it any less true?
    Pierce is absolutely right, the far left and their jewish overlords and their worldviews is nothing more than the same voodoo as the savage negroes in Haiti or Africa or anywhere else. Pure fantasy itz.

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    Re: The Lesson of Haiti
    « Reply #18 on: April 18, 2018, 05:35:58 PM »
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  • The best way to fire back at someone who calls you a "nazi" is to call them a jew.

    There's no where for them to go from that.

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    Re: The Lesson of Haiti
    « Reply #19 on: April 18, 2018, 08:41:09 PM »
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  • The best way to fire back at someone who calls you a "nazi" is to call them a jew.

    There's no where for them to go from that.

    And the one that really hits their nerve and sends them flying is if you call them a parasite along with their stolen terrorist entity of Israel as well.  They just go nuts.  Ha, the truth does hurt, especially when you wish to be held in bondage to lies and blasphemies as put forth in the Talmud and on TV (Talmudic Vision).


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    Blame the French/Re: The Lesson of Haiti
    « Reply #20 on: April 22, 2018, 03:01:29 PM »
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  • There is absolutely no reason why Haiti should've been allowed to secede from France and become independent.

    Ca. 1697--1794, Haiti became prosperous as a plantation colony of France, based on black slavery (presumably similar to the U.S. South).  By 1795, on the whole island Española, black slaves outnumbered whites 121/2-to-1.

    Presumably inspired by overseas news of the early days of the French Revolution--"liberté, egalité"--Haitian blacks revolted in 1794, promoted with a goal of gaining "equal rights" (or somesuch), but the independence they sought for themselves was via secession.

    A decade or so later, Napoleon sent a large French army to Haiti to crush the rebellion, but they suffered a thorough defeat (1804) [†].  Altho' at least 1 of the slave-rebel leaders, Toussaint L'Ouverture, Jean-Jacques Dessalines, or Henri Christophe, was credited with being a surprisingly effective (self-taught?) field general, their inexperienced slave-rebel troops weren't the main reason for the defeat of the French.  Substantially more French casualties were caused by cases of yellow fever.

    But all the Haitians lived happily ever after.   White Haitians who failed to flee the island (e.g., to New Orleans, sometimes accompanied by loyal slaves) were killed by the black rebels [×].  They don' wan' no steen-keen "fraternité"!   Readers unafraid of being smeared as "racist" might call that Haiti's "Final Solution",  because it was at least de facto genocide of whites by the black former slaves.

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    Note †: My summary-style source is ambiguous about whether its "1804, Jan. 1" was the date of Napoleon's order or his army's surrender in Haiti.

    Note ×: I have not incorporated any content from Wikipedia, which I fear might have been bludgeoned into inaccuracies or omissions for the sake of political correctness, esp. the genocide of whites by the black former slaves.  I admit that cursory review of Wikipedia seems not to be as biased as I feared, but its dates are sometimes different from my source, even in terms of the years given.  Those that differ are not off by much, but maybe I'll try to resolve the differences after I post this.

     

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