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THE CARIBBEAN STATE OF HAITI serves as a striking reminder of just how deadly the practice of slavery could be. By 1804, the combined effect of thirteen years of uprisings, murder, and terrorism had destroyed the White population of Haiti, along with all agricultural production and the economy of what…
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by David Sims IF MY PRIMARY concern were the members of the Black race in Haiti, I would point out that the Blacks there were at least materially better off under White rule in lush, prosperous San Dominigue than they are under Black rule in modern Haiti. But my concern is preventing a tragedy of terrible…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce THIS MONTH the last of the United Nations “peacekeeping” troops in Haiti will leave, and the Haitians will be given yet another chance to try to govern themselves. The “peacekeepers” occupied Haiti, along with 23,000 U.S. troops, three years ago,…
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by David Sims AMERICA REBUILT Haiti’s entire economy and national infrastructure three times during the 20th century, but each time the improvements became ruins not long after the US Marines went back home. In the 18th century Haiti, then called San Domingue and ruled by the French, was the…
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by Dr. William L. Pierce I’VE BEEN LOOKING again at some of the photographs which have come back from the recent Mars landing. It’s really amazing stuff. I used to work at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, where much of this latest Mars mission was planned. Seeing what the folks…
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by David Sims IT DOESN’T take an earthquake — not where Haiti is concerned. It has received billions of dollars from America, from Canada and from Europe in foreign aid over the years. America rebuilt Haiti’s entire economy and national infrastructure three times during the 20th century,…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce WHEN Christopher Columbus touched shore, on December 6, 1492, on the West Indies island which he named La Isla Española (Hispaniola) and claimed for the Spanish crown, it was inhabited by Arawak Indians, whose own name for their island was Haiti. The Spanish failed to develop…
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by Dr. William L. Pierce PERHAPS you’ll pardon me if I speak to you today in a more personal vein than I usually do. I want to tell you about some personal perceptions of mine, because I believe that many of you who are listening have had similar perceptions. I believe many of you have something in…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce TURN ON A LOCAL television news program in just about any large city in this country, and the chances are nearly 100% that you’ll hear and see at least one Black announcer telling you what’s happening. He’ll be dressed and groomed just like the White announcers,…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce TURN ON A LOCAL television news program in just about any large city in this country, and the chances are nearly 100% that you’ll hear and see at least one Black announcer telling you what’s happening. He’ll be dressed and groomed just like the White announcers,…
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