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No, I am not portraying Toussaint Louverture as a coward, but rather as an uncle Tom with no back bones.

Zac, understand that, while acknowledgment must be given to Toussaint and the admiration he earned from the Haitian people, white people are the ones who gave Toussaint Louverture to the Haitian people as their authentic hero. And why?

You may ask!

Simple, the true of the reality is white people have no love, no admiration, mercy, and simpathy for any black person who choses or uses violence on them to get freedom or some type of revendication from white people.

And so is the case between these 2 men: Toussaint Louverture and Jean-Jacques Dessalines.

White people love Toussaint Louverture and have immense admiration for the man because of Toussaint's non-violence Martin Luther King's likes strategy to end slavery while Dessalines chose and used violence, which was the bloodiest war in the history of the world ever. And therefore, white people chose Toussaint over Dessalines and consequently gave him to Haitians as their only true hero.

You know very well Haitian put all of their trust, respect, loyalty and admiration on white people, the master, so they accept Toussaint Louverture as their only real hero because the master said so.

Haven't you noticed everywhere you may go, everybody, whites, blacks, and Haitians talk only about Toussaint Louverture and not one word ever said about Dessalines?

Dessalines, who was the one to break the chain of slavery from every single one Haitian's ankle, and yet, he is the most hated, the most put down, and the least appreaciated and recognized by Haitians.


Because the white man, the master, told them to.

Uncle Dessalines is my real true hero!

Tiba, July 10 2009, 5:32 PM

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betwen the sky and the sea is againt the slaves lead to the abolition of slavery by the hero... read more >
Boniface Zebo Correspt De Press, 10-Jul-09 1:48 pm
Can Haitians ever make sense at anything at all? Boniface what exactly were you trying to say. You are not alone... read more >
Tiba, 10-Jul-09 3:41 pm
Tiba pep Haitian malad juste nan zo. Their archaic way of thinking is holding the nation back while most of the other... read more >
Zac, 10-Jul-09 4:23 pm
Tiba correct me if I'm wrong but it seems to me that you're portraying Toussaint as a coward. read more >
Zac, 10-Jul-09 4:27 pm
the impression I have about TIBA is: he's like frustrated,But that gives also the feeling that his crane-head has no... read more >
El Caribeno, 10-Jul-09 4:38 pm
Zac I say "Amen e Insiswatil" to that. I need not to add anything more for you said it all and much better than I ever... read more >
Tiba, 10-Jul-09 4:40 pm
El caribeno, If the hat fits wear it! you are once again another one making no sense. I have no clue what you're... read more >
Tiba, 10-Jul-09 5:10 pm
Tiba I'd rather you didn't ignore my other comment and tell me what you mean when you said, "Toussiant Louverture was... read more >
Zac, 10-Jul-09 5:18 pm
Zac, No, I am not portraying Toussaint Louverture as a coward, but rather as an uncle Tom with no back bones. Zac... read more >
Tiba, 10-Jul-09 5:32 pm
Zac I had just responded to your second message about Toussaint being a coward, but quite not sure I did a good job, I... read more >
Tiba, 10-Jul-09 5:56 pm
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