THE GRISLY LESSON OF SAN DOMINGO— A FORERUNNER FOR WHITE AMERICA
Once the Crown Jewel or the Caribbean.
The westerly third of the Caribbean island of Hispaniola in the West Indies is today called Haiti. It is the only completely black “republic” in the Western Hemisphere. It has had independence since 1804, only about 25 years less than the United States itself. Before 1789 this small piece of real estate, under the ownership of French and other European planters, was as rich, or richer, in productivity as all the thirteen American colonies combined.
Now a Pest Hole.
By 1804, fifteen years later, San Domingo, as it had been called under French rule, lay in shambles. The White population had been brutally tortured, murdered and exterminated down to the last man, woman and child. Anarchy, misery, poverty, starvation and cannibalism have been rampant ever since. It is now, and has been for over a century and threequarters the most backward, poverty-ridden “republic” in the Western Hemisphere despite its bountiful climate and once productive soil.
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Powerful Lesson for us.
It behooves us to summarily study the turbulent history of Haiti, because I believe that there, in telescopic version, we can view the possible future destruction of the White Race in America. The same forces are at work, the same issues are at stake, and the same methods are being employed— all concentrated on the focal point of Jewish goals— the destruction of the White Race. We should (and we must) learn a powerful lesson from its history.
Year of 1789.
Let us use the year of 1789 as the point of departure in the history of San Domingo. At the time, as we have indicated, San Domingo was a thriving prosperous French colony, considered as the “Crown Jewel” of the French colonial system. It was, in fact the richest colony anywhere in the world. The population had only forty thousand Whites, mostly French, with a smattering of adventurous and hardy Dutch, Germans and other nationalities. By this time there also existed approximately 27,000 mulattos, many of whom were freed men and property owners. Add to this racial melee approximately 450,000 black African, most of which were African born, and as savage and docile as their cannibal kinsmen on the Dark Continent itself.
Under the genius and direction of the White plantation owners the colony enjoyed an outstanding prosperity. In fact, despite a large proportion of this small area being mountainous, in 1789 it was considered as undoubtedly the most prosperous of all the European colonies. Furthermore, its prosperity was increasing by leaps and bounds, the planters having doubled their investments and productivity in the three previous years. It supplied not only France, but half of Europe with sugar, coffee and cotton.
Jewish Havoc in France.
We will remember that it was about this time the Jews were fomenting the French Revolution back in France itself, with cries of “Liberty, Equality and Fraternity,”— Jewish catchwords, as the “Protocols” point out, with which to disarm and destroy their enemies. These Jewish ideas were soon exported to San Domingo in order to wreak havoc and destruction on that thriving and prosperous colony. They were skillfully employed to massacre the White population and turn the remaining shambles over to the blacks. The new revolutionary French government in Paris did more than just export their revolutionary ideas.
Hybrid Government and Polyracial Subjects.
Whereas this crown jewel of the French colonial empire enjoyed vigorous growth and prosperity, the hybrid civil and military administration called a government was a frightful mixture of tyranny and anarchy. The colonists themselves were hot with discontent. Added to this ferment was the multi-racial admixture of the population. The scarcity of White women had made illicit relations between the White colonists and the female blacks inevitable from the first. The resultant mulattos stood out as a definite caste midway between the Whites and the blacks and were known as the “free people of color.” Numbering some twenty-seven thousand and possessing a considerable share of the island’s wealth, they were a factor of strategic importance, although in 1789 they did not possess the right to vote.
The most numerous by far however were the African slaves themselves, numbering, as we said, approximately 450,000. As has been stated by observers of the times, African slavery was the curse of San Domingo. They were described by a contemporary writer as “quarrelsome, boastful, given to thievery and lying.” “The Africans,” he says, “usually remained indolent and lazy” and addicted to many absurd superstitions. More than half the slave population was born in Africa, but there remained very little difference between these savages and the native born variety.
This was the racial hot-bed of 1789. The mulattos hated the Whites and were intensely jealous of their superiority. They also hated the (*)(*)(*)(*)(*)(*)s and looked upon them with scorn and disdain. The (*)(*)(*)(*)(*)(*)s harbored a pathological hatred for both the Whites and the mulattos. The Whites themselves (as usual) were badly divided into various factions, but were united in strictly drawing the color line. Sitting on this dangerous cauldron of rebellious savages and hostile mulattos, the Whites realized that any breach of the color line meant the destruction of themselves and their property and the White population lived in continuous fear of a black uprising.
Into this prosperous but seething cauldron came the Jewish wreckers from Paris. Themselves never planters, but mostly slave traders and exploiters, they were ready to wreak havoc on this prosperous “Gem of the West Indies.” The way they did it should be a harsh but extremely valuable lesson to our White Racial Comrades of today. The policy for destruction of San Domingo was MADE IN PARIS, STEP BY STEP.
Revolution in France.
When the news of the storming of the Bastille in Paris on July 14, 1789 reached San Domingo, it sent shock waves reverberating through the island. The government in the French homeland was highly precarious and the populace bent on revolution. The Jews had laid the groundwork with their various political organizations, one of which was the powerful Jacobin Club, a Jewish forerunner of today’s Communist party. Another Paris organization that had an ominous bearing on the White colonists in San Domingo was an organization called “Amis des Noirs”— Friends of the Blacks. The first move the new National Assembly in Paris made was a number of Decrees in March, 1790, which authorized each colony to formulate its future status and frame a constitution for its own government. Instead of stabilizing the situation, it sharpened political division among Whites and plunged them into a state of rancor beyond all likelihood of reconciliation. The resultant charter satisfied no one, and back in France this colonial constitution was roundly condemned.