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 The God of Dessalines (Bondye) Forbids Slavery

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The God of Dessalines (Bondye) Forbids Slavery - by Jafrikayiti, November 18, 2013

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As for your male and female slaves whom you may have: you may buy male and female slaves from among the nations that are around you. You may also buy from among the strangers who sojourn with you and their clans that are with you, who have been born in your land, and they may be your property. You may bequeath them to your sons after you to inherit as a possession for ever”.
Leviticus 25: 44-46
(Word of the Judeo-Christian god, according to its chosen people’s religious books)



There was a time, not so long ago, when popes, kings and queens enriched themselves and built vast empires on the profits made with the sweat and blood of kidnapped men, women and children loaded on ships, stacked like sardines and reduced to slavery on plantations of coffee, sugar, cotton, cocoa, all over the Americas. From the 1444 Portuguese attacks against the coast of Africa, followed by the 1452 papal bull of pope Nicholas V which invited Christians to attack and enslave non-Christians, to the faithful year of 1791, millions of human beings had already been kidnapped, terrorized, thrown to sharks in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean.

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Pope Nicholas V issued the papal bull Dum Diversas on 18 June, 1452 which reads as follows:
“We weighing all and singular the premises with due meditation, and noting that since we had formerly by other letters of ours granted among other things free and ample faculty to the aforesaid King Alfonso — to invade, search out, capture, vanquish, and subdue all Saracens and pagans whatsoever, and other enemies of Christ wheresoever placed, and the kingdoms, dukedoms, principalities, dominions, possessions, and all movable and immovable goods whatsoever held and possessed by them and to reduce their persons to perpetual slavery, and to apply and appropriate to himself and his successors the kingdoms, dukedoms, counties, principalities, dominions, possessions, and goods, and to convert them to his and their use and profit”.
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The Jesus of Lubeck – Slave Ship provided by Queen Elizabeth I to John Hawkins.

It is within such an atmosphere of unparalleled terrorism and human decadence that a remarkable gathering of men and women took place on the small Caribbean island of Haiti, the evening of August 14-15, 1791.

Known as the Bwa Kay Iman Ceremony, it is said that this revolutionary meeting brought together representatives of twenty-one displaced African nations who vowed to revolt against the powers that had unleashed against their people such a relentless campaign of terror; a genocide that was expertly conceived and implemented, state-sponsored and financed, justified with numerous literary works and blessed by the most powerful and influential religious institutions of the day.

Singular only in its successful conclusion, Bwa Kay Iman counts among its main leaders a lady named Cecile Fatiman and a gentleman called Boukman. The lady, herself a former slave and a Vodou Priest, was said to be born of an African mother and a European father (a Corsican Prince). Boukman, also a Vodou Priest, was said to have been formerly enslaved on the island of Jamaica, before being sold to a plantation in Haiti.

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The following prayer has been attributed to Boukman officiating at the Bwa Kay Iman ceremony: “The god who created the earth; who created the sun that gives us light. The god who holds up the ocean; who makes the thunder roar. Our God who has ears to hear. You who are hidden in the clouds; who watch us from where you are. You see all that the white has made us suffer. The white man’s god asks him to commit crimes. But the god within us wants to do good. Our god, who is so good, so just, He orders us to revenge our wrongs. It’s He who will direct our arms and bring us the victory. It’s He who will assist us. We all should throw away the image of the white men’s god who is so pitiless. Listen to the voice for liberty that speaks in all our hearts.”
Thus, Boukman, the world’s first known liberation theologian evoked “Bondye”, a truly good and universal creator. Boukman admonished his people to throw away the portraits of the malevolent and deceitful god of Napoleon, Elizabeth and John Newton because he realized the damage these images were causing to the kidnapped and displaced African's psyche. So, he invited them to instead listen to the voice of the true creator of the universe who sends a song of freedom to their hearts. His theology was very precise and was clearly diametrically opposed to Eurochristianity.

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Servants, be in subjection to your masters with all fear; not only to the good and gentle, but also to the wicked. 19 For it is commendable if someone endures pain, suffering unjustly, because of conscience toward God”.
1 Peter 2:18-19
(Word of the Judeo-Christian god, according to its chosen people’s religious books)
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Honoring their Bwa Kay Iman pledge, the Africans of Haiti launched an all-out war against the armies of France, Britain and Spain which they would eventually defeat, thanks to the military savvy of the maroons and the apt leadership of Generals Toussaint Louverture, Jean-Jacques Dessalines, Alexandre Pétion and Henry Christophe. The revolted Africans also counted among them fierce women warriors like Sanite Bélair, Marie-Jeanne Lamartinière and the aged Toya Mantou, aunt of General Jean-Jacques Dessalines.

Remembrance Day: November 18

Twelve years after the Bwa Kay Iman uprising, General Dessalines would outwit French Generals Leclerc (Napoleon Bonaparte’s brother-in-law ) and his particularly unscrupulous successor Donatien Rochambeau. Dessalines would successfully chase the last European slave makers out of the island, on November 18, 1803. The resounding victory achieved by the revolted Africans would force Napoleon to abandon his dream of building a French empire (fueled by racial slavery) in the Americas.

Constitution of Haiti, 1805

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“The people inhabiting the island formerly called St. Domingo, hereby agree to form themselves into a free state sovereign and independent of any other power in the universe, under the name of empire of Hayti” - Article 1

Slavery is forever abolished”  – Article 2  
Barely days after the creation of the Republic of Haiti, Jean-Jacques Dessalines published a decree in which he announced his intention to devote part of the nation’s meager post-war budget to securing the emancipation of formerly enslaved human beings.

Many American slave ship captains collected the 40 dollars payment Dessalines had reserved for the release of each formerly enslaved person who sets foot on Haitian soil.

Dessalines also offered Haitian citizenship to soldiers from Poland and Germany who were brought to Haiti as part of Napoleon’s army but who chose to side with the abolitionist African freedom fighters.

Contrast Dessalines’ benevolent behavior towards the Poles and the Germans with the ungrateful attitude adopted towards the Africans who, decades later, would help liberate several European cities of Nazi tyranny:

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BBC's Document programme has seen evidence that black colonial soldiers - who made up around two-thirds of Free French forces - were deliberately removed from the unit that led the Allied advance into the French capital. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/7984436.stm

As U.S., French and British troops were traveling to Rome, Pope Pius XII dispatched his Secretary of State, Cardinal Luigi Maglione to present an amazing query to the Ambassador of Great Britain to the Holy See, Sir Francis Godolphin d’ Arcy Osborne. "The Pope hopes that there will be no soldiers of color among the Allied troops to be deployed in Rome after the liberation ".
THE GOD OF DESSALINES

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“As well in our name as in that of the people of Hayti, who have legally constituted us faithfully organs and interpreters of their will, in presence of the Supreme Being, before whom all mankind are equal, and who has scattered so many species of creatures on the surface of the earth for the purpose of manifesting his glory and his power by the diversity of his works, in the presence of all nature by whom we have been so unjustly and for so long a time considered as outcast children…

...Do declare that the tenor of the present constitution is the free spontaneous and invariable expression of our hearts, and the general will of our constituents, and we submit it to the sanction of H.M. the Emperor Jacques Dessalines our deliverer, to receive its speedy and entire execution…

...We recommend it to our successors, and present it to the friends of liberty, to philanthropists of all countries, as a signal pledge of the Divine Bounty, who in the course of his immortal decrees, has given us an opportunity of breaking our fetters, and of constituting ourselves a people, free civilized and independent.
In Haitian Kreyòl, there can be no ambiguity as to the nature of the creator of the universe, as envisaged by Boukman and Dessalines. She is inescapably good because she is BON-DYE! Therefore, by definition, she must always be on the side of good, not evil; freedom, not bondage; justice, not injustice. However, the same cannot be said of the gods of EuroChristianity (aka gods of Israel), be it Yaweh, Jehovah or Elohim. As described for instance in the EuroChristian Bible, the god of Israel had forever been an ethnocentric deity who has no qualms siding with violent invaders of other peoples lands. Justice has never been a paramount value for this deity. The only thing that counts for it is the victory of its own clan - by any means necessary. That deity, rather than condemning slavery, gives specific directives to its preferred clan to enslave other human beings whom he considers less deserving of freedom (Leviticus 25) and he goes as far as joining them in barbaric acts of thievery (Joshua 10).

This is precisely why our beloved Boukmann felt it necessary to contrast the justice-loving Bondye of the surviving Africans in opposition to that other entity, the partial and ethnocentric god who enjoys injustice and greed and who thirsts for African blood and tears - as he had also enjoyed the tears and the blood of the Amorites, the Malechites or other victims of Abraham, Joshua, David, Moses...all violent invaders of other peoples lands and possessions.  

Thankfully, the historical record also points us to intelligent human beings of all shades who have consistently denounced the utter stupidity of these dangerous, ethnocentric theologies. One such blessed soul is perhaps the most famous scientist of modern history, brother Albert Einstein.
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In his "God letter", Einstein describes the Bible as  "a collection of honorable, but still primitive legends which are nevertheless pretty childish". Brother Einstein continues...

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No interpretation no matter how subtle can (for me) change this. These subtilised interpretations are highly manifold according to their nature and have almost nothing to do with the original text. For me the Jewish religion like all other religions is an incarnation of the most childish superstitions. And the Jewish people to whom I gladly belong and with whose mentality I have a deep affinity have no different quality for me than all other people. As far as my experience goes, they are also no better than other human groups, although they are protected from the worst cancers by a lack of power. Otherwise I cannot see anything 'chosen' about them.
http://www.richarddawkins.net/news_articles/2012/8/15/albert-einstein-s-historic-1954-god-letter-handwritten-shortly-before-his-death

Haitians were never xenophobes and shall never become so. However, we will always stand against white supremacist tyranny on this earth. That is our collective destiny and we have espoused it with courage and passion. Happy Remembrance Day to one and all!

Jafrikayiti
November 18, 2013


Jafrikayiti (Jean Saint-Vil) self-describes as a devout student of things pertaining to Haiti, history, science and religion. The author of “LAFIMEN: Listwa Pèp Ayisyen Depi Nan Ginen" lives in Canada. He will be at Miami's Liberi Mapou, December 8, 2013 to deliver a talk titled: "God and the devil in Haitian history".


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Contrast Dessalines’ benevolent behavior towards the Poles and the Germans with the ungrateful attitude adopted towards the Africans who, decades later, would help liberate several European cities of Nazi tyranny:

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BBC's Document programme has seen evidence that black colonial soldiers - who made up around two-thirds of Free French forces - were deliberately removed from the unit that led the Allied advance into the French capital. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/7984436.stm

As U.S., French and British troops were traveling to Rome, Pope Pius XII dispatched his Secretary of State, Cardinal Luigi Maglione to present an amazing query to the Ambassador of Great Britain to the Holy See, Sir Francis Godolphin d’ Arcy Osborne. "The Pope hopes that there will be no soldiers of color among the Allied troops to be deployed in Rome after the liberation ".
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Wi JAF ;pou w konnen vrè nati FRANSE yo ;gen de fwa se ANGLE yo pou w konsilte.Ki AYISYEN ki enfòme ki konnen ke 2/3 sa yo te rele FRANS LIB yo se te an majorite AFRIKEN?
Se toujou yon zafè de DE GAULLE ou konn tande AYISYEN ap pale de TWOUP FRANS LIB pandan 2zyèm GÈ MONDYAL lan.
Sa k pi rèd lan se sa k te rive TWOUP sa yo ,apre yo te tounen lakay yo.
FRANSE yo te konsidere pou yo te fè menm bagay ke yo te fè lan MATINIK ak GWADLOUP lan ak mesye DELGRÈS ak IGNACE yo e sa yo t ap prepare pou yo fè lan SENDOMENG si DESSALINES pa t mete pye lan BOUNDA yo.
Yo te pè mesye sa yo ,ke yo te konsidere ki te ka yon NWAYO yon REBELYON lan KOLONI AFRIKEN yo.
Te gen 2 MASAK ki te fèt sou yo.Youn se te lan kan THIAORE ,yon lòt lan CAMEROUN.
FRANSE te pwofite pou pran pou pretèks lè SOLDA sa yo t ap mande pou peye yo e yo te di yo te an rebelyon.
Pou SENEGALÈ yo se pa ti san yo vèse pou KOLONYALIS FRANSE yo ,depi lan premye GÈ MONDYAL:

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LA FRANCE la patrie des DROITS DE L'HOMME?
ADYE!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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LA FRANCO-PHONEY des FRANCOFOUS!
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Se bagay sa a wi JAF.
Mwen konn li MOUN sou SIT sa a menm ki ap di ke AYITI te pran ENDEPANDANS li trò bonè.Se lè y ap konpare AYITI ak GWADLOUP ak MATINIK pa egzanp.
Yo pa reyalize ke se petèt lan 50 a 60 dènye lanne yo ke la FRANS trete KOLONI li yo lan KARAYIB lan ak pliz ou mwen yon ti desans.
Sa pa gen lontan ke FRANSE yo te kòmanse mete lekòl lan ansyen KOLONI sa yo.Te gen kèk NÈG tankou AIME CESAIRE ou byen FRANTZ FANON ki te gen chans al lekòl ;men pa t gen lekòl pou majorite MATINIKÈ,GWADLOUPEYEN ak GIYANÈ yo.
San nou pa bliye ke se te fòse yo te fòse FRANSE yo libere ESKLAV yo lan KARAYIB lan an 1848 e si pa t gen REVOLISYON AYISYEN an se ta ka p posib 20yèm syèk lan ta ka rive e la FRANS t ap gen ESKLAV toujou

Se te yon patikilarite FRANSE yo ,pou yo pa t bati lekòl ,pou KOLONI yo te toujou depandan ,lan tout bagay de yo.
Nou gen dwa wè kijan la FRANS te kite ansyen KOLONI li yo ann AFRIK.
Si la FRANS te yon dezas kòm pwisans kolonyal ;yo pa t pi mal ke BÈLJ yo ;se pou nou di l.
BÈLJ yo se te SIDA kòm pwisans KOLONYALIS.KONGO ye jounen jodi an ,se a kòz de BÈLJ yo .
Se si KONGO ta diferan de jan l ye jounen jodi an ki t ap etonan.
Mwen te tande sou RADYO yon istoryen AMERIKEN ki ekri ""KING LEOPOLD GHOSTS''.Misye di youn lan PI GWO KASE FÈY KOUVRI SA lan tout LISTWA se JENOSID ke BÈLJ yo te fè lan KONGO an.
Misye di e l dokimante ke JENOSID ke HITLER te fè sou JWIF yo paka parèt la ,paske ant 1885 ak 1908 BELJ yo te ekstèmine ant 10 a 15 MILYON KONGOLÈ .
Mwen paka tande bagay pozitif ke MOUN ap di de KOLONIZASYON pa PWISANS EWOPEYEN yo;se 2 bagay ki pou fè MOUN gen OPINYON sa a;se MALONÈTE ou byen INYORANS.
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Joel,

Se responsablite noumenm Nèg pou nou fè travay retire lasi nan je limanite sou koze sa yo. Kolonizatè yo trè konsyan, se sou krim yo bati riches yo. Se poutèt sa yo toujou sispèk tankou chen ki pete nan legliz e, yo envesti anpil resous nan bwouye kat yo, monte pwopagann Holywood pou vire listwa tèt anba, lanvè-landwat jiskaske yo reyisi "balanchi" kinan yo.

Nou pa dwe janm bliye, se nan menm espas n ap sosyalize ak pitit kolon yo. Kidonk, nou sibi enfliyans menm pwopagann nan. Si ou konsidere wol legliz denannantizatè a menm, se yon mirak ki fèt, chak fwa yon Nèg rive kase chenn. Gen anpil moun k ap li dokiman istorik yo, espesyalman koze kremol ki ekri nan bib jideyokretyen an, ki ap chèche entèpretasyon "circonstances atténuantes", eskiz kèlkonk pou dedwane kolon esklavajis yo. Se konsa yo te kondisyone yo depi nan vant, pou yo toujou defann enterè zot. Se konsa sosyalizasyon an te fèt depi yo te ti katkat.Kidonk, se anpil ane travay ki devan nou toujou anvan chenn yo fin kase. Men, mwen gen asirans, wè pa wè, se noumenm k ap pote laviktwa.

Kenbe rèd kouzen zaka!

Mwen espere m ap gen chans rankontre kèk forumayisyen nan Libreri mapou, dimanch 8 k ap vini an. Si ou pa p nan patiraj la oumenm, rele yon zanmi, yon fanmi, ankouraje li vin brase lide ak nou. N ap fè konferans lan pou moun ka patisipe kit se an Kreyol, kit se an Angle! Jenn ki nan Florida State elatriye, pase mesaj la ba yo.

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WHITE KING,RED RUBBER,WHITE DEATH

Se yon DOKIMANTÈ BBC sou JENOSID KONGO an.Se pou MOUN konnen sa k te pase pou w sa konprann sa k ap pase lan KONGO jodi an.Sa k te rive LUMUMBA a ,se jis yon ""ti chapit"" lan LIV sa a.




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