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The Haitian Revolution and the origin of the Dominican Republic

August 16, 2016

“Confronting the Black Jacobins” Book Review

BlockReportRadio.com interviews author and professor Dr. Gerald Horne about his new book, “Confronting Black Jacobins”. We discussed the Haitian Revolution, the origins of the Dominican Republic, and the doubling in size of the United States.

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We talk about Haiti’s role in abolishing slavery in the Western world. We talked about the role that Washington, London, Paris, and Madrid played in warring with the abolitionist nation. We talked about how Haiti and the U.S. both had plans to relocate U.S. Negroes to the Dominican Republic, at different times for different reason. We also talked about the dilemma that the U.S. was in, when it dealt with Haiti, and much much more. If you would like to hear more from the Block Report, you could go to BlockReportRadio.com.

One thought on “The Haitian Revolution and the origin of the Dominican Republic

  1. renaldo ricketts

    It was the Haitians who are responsible for their freedom, how quickly they forget. The Haitian fought for Dominican independence, this is gratitude for you, white supremacy dominates all of Latin Amerika, every single country there is racist. You have a majority Black in Brazil but they are powerless, it's a white dominated society, turn on your TV all the players are white. The most ostracized people in the world are Black people. They have Black people thinking the lighter they are in complexion the closer to white. They've developed a color-code psychosis in the minds of the feeble, this is how they are controlled. I had it out with them in Brazil in a bank, had to remind the krakk-ass when they last kneegrow died!

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