January 1 2018, 1808, 1804, 1492, and the Plight of the Black Race

Happy New Year

The world at large is celebrating a new year which, in the Western World, we call 2018 C. E. which means current era. There are some places that are celebrating historical events on January 1st in addition to the new year celebrations. In Haiti the historical event is the declaration of independence making it the first and perhaps the only nation in the current era to defeat a colonizing European army since January 1, 1492.

The 1804 Milestone

On the date of January 1st 1492, the world entered a period we know as the European Renaissance in which it is said that Europe was coming out of the dark ages. This period began with the surrender of an area in Spain called Granada. This area in Spain was the territory of blacks that were original to Europe. At the time, the people that are now called Europeans were still emerging from the Caucus mountains and are still known today as caucasians.

Granada Spain was the location where the black people of Europe lost a war after a three year siege reinforced by a propaganda campaign we know today as the Moors. This word was invented and used to signify evil people and is still known today in its original term in Spain as “Moriscos.” The Catholics also took hold of Western Europe on the date of January 1, 1492.

This date is very significant for Haitians and all blacks on the America continent because it is the 525th anniversary of black people’s enslavement which also began on January 1st 1492. Queen Isabella was the vehicle by which the Catholic began the acquisition of other monarchies in Europe using a continuation of the “Moriscos” propaganda to initiate and conduct various genocidal campaigns known under terms like “Inquisition” or “Crusades.”

In 1992, the Spaniards celebrated the 500th anniversary of this genocidal period and it was titled “encounter” with the New World.” The event was celebrated while at the same time concealing the truth that Europe is not the origin of the Caucasian, thereby mischaracterizing the victims of the barbarism of the cold blooded Caucasian genocide that began in Europe in 1492, against the black and mixed race populations who, then, populated Europe. The article linked above is example of misinformation because there is credible academically respected literature narrating a very different tale of these events since, at least, the 1980s.

While the genocide of black people was ongoing in Europe after January 1, 1492, another genocide was taking place on the American continent, in Haiti beginning in January 1493. Within 10 years the, Spaniards under the command of the Catholic hierarchy virtually exterminated the original Tainos population of Haiti. By 1502, only 10 years after the Spaniards' arrival, the Tainos population of Haiti was reduced to less 10,000 from about a million people.

The Spaniards opted that in lieu of killing all the Moriscos, aka Moors, they would instead transport them to Haiti as slaves to replace the extinct Tainos. Thus Haiti received its first racial transfusion of black people, from Europe in 1502. Haiti became independent, roughly 300 years later in 1804 which is also a milestone toward the end of West Africa's mass human trafficking termed the Trans Atlantic Slave Trade. Ironically, in the United States, in 1807 Congress outlawed the importation of slaves beginning on 1 January 1808.Thus, this January 1st 2018 also marked the 210th anniversary of the end of mass human trafficking of black people from West Africa.

The History of Human Trafficking in Haiti

Given all the confusion propagated over the years by the Catholic European hierarchy, it is difficult for the average person to understand that the black people of Europe were responsible for the civilization that the Caucasians inherited in Western Europe. In fact the Moriscos, aka Moors, were the Western European civilization although they were betrayed and somewhat ambushed by the same Caucasians they brought to civilization; a process that began in Ethiopia that also corrupted and destroyed Egypt beginning about 3,000 B.C.

After that betrayal in Europe and the ensuing tragic genocide of Blacks in Western Europe, the attempt by the Spaniards, circa 1502, to bring these blacks from Granada to slavery on the Americas failed in Haiti. The black Europeans that were transported to Haiti, fled to the mountains where they co-existed with the remaining Tainos who gradually disappeared.

More than one hundred years later in the 1600s the Portuguese and the Spaniards could finally build the ships that carried on the slave trade. By that time several generations of the black people from Europe populated Haiti; they fought slavery from the 1670s when it started to its end on January 1, 1804 in Haiti and on January 1, 1808 in the United States.

The original blacks that came from Europe may not have looked like the West African because most of them were probably from mixed race heritage like the Ethiopians. Thus, many of them may have been mulattoes and were unjustifiably labeled Jews or Muslims.

When the Africans of West Africa began to arrive circa 1670, the descendants of the black Europeans kept on freeing them from slavery and also integrated their spirituality in the Vodou tradition primarily in what is known today as the Petro tradition. The freed West Africans were integrated into the existing population of the black European descendants in the mountains of Haiti causing the population to grow to about 40,000.

The said 40,000 strong population defeated the French army and ended the African mass human trafficking that was under the control of the Catholic priesthood with willful cooperation of West Africans. All other West Africans brought to slavery on the Americas remained in slavery until their freedom was granted. The West Africans, in Africa, remained in virtual slavery until the 1940s when the European colonizers partially granted them freedom.

Sad to say, but true, is that the price of the West African collusion with Western European is still being paid by all blacks living on the American Continent today. Some of these West African countries recently offered empty apologies for their collusion while continuing with the same behavior exemplified by their betrayal of Libya in 2011when the army invading Libya was symbolically presided over by a West African's son who was enriching himself on the blood of black people as did his ancestors.

Regrettably, the Haitian government reinitiated human trafficking in the late 1970s under the guise of dealing with a surge in the number of abandoned children that was the result of decades of social and economic government repression.

New Year Reflections

Haitians celebrate independence on January 1st, but January 2nd is commemoration day of the ancestors. The ancestors that the Haitians should revere along with all other black peoples on the American Continent are the 68 million martyrs of the 100 years holocaust that occurred in Europe from 1492 added to those of West African origin from the 1600s.

In Granada Spain 1 million “Moriscos” or blacks were exterminated but the total in Europe was 68 million in 100 years. From 1615 when the first West Africans were transported to Brazil, to January 1st, 1808 when the U.S. government banned human trafficking, the number of black people killed should be close to 400 million, if we estimate 2 million people per year taken from West Africa for 183 years and if we add the 68 million killed in Western Europe, that brings the number close to 500 million.

The commemoration of the ancestors on January 2nd, in Haiti, has been part of the feasting and partying frenzy that paralyze the country from December 24th to January 6th and Haitians are unaware of their inherited obligations to commemorate the 500 million ancestors of the black race who were brutally killed while the black race was reduced to a level worst than dogs. In comparison the Jews claim that Hitler killed 6 million, thus demand that the world must extend compassion, and questioning such event is punishable by laws in certain countries.

Haiti became the center of human abuse since 1862 with government after government displaying the same West African mentality of self disrespect. Human trafficking, in current days, becomes the major business in Haiti as it was introduced in the late 1970s. Today, Haitians seek cooperation with West African countries that publicly declare their economic policy to be based on the “relics of slavery” of which they elegantly bark pride in. Coincidentally, a recent CNN broadcast revealed a resumption of a human slave market in Africa.

Haiti is also in the center of yet another foreign government policy that recently, December 21, 2017, is taking extreme measures against human trafficking. Said government is the United States that declared human abuse a national emergency. We hope the following message will reach the hearts and minds of the Haitian population that is charged, as the first black republic in the current era, to commemorate the billions of lives that have been destroyed since January 1, 1492. The message on January 1, 2018, and 210 years after banning human trafficking on January 1, 1808, is coming from the United states that declares: “January 2018 national slavery and human trafficking prevention month.” This declaration is effective January 1, 2018.