NYC Council Committee Votes to Name Street After Genocidal Black Leader Who Massacred WhitesChris Menahan
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While leftists are tearing down statues of our Founders, Confederate generals and slave-owners, the New York city council is moving to honor a genocidal black leader who "ordered the murder of every white man, woman, and child under his control, resulting in 3,000 to 5,000 race homicides," The American Thinker reports.
From City Journal:
In New York City, street co-namings – in which a thoroughfare takes on an additional, ceremonial name in honor of a distinguished figure – rarely generate much fuss, and their approval is typically pro forma. But yesterday, a city council committee voted to co-name a street in Brooklyn after Jean-Jacques Dessalines, emperor of Haiti after the island won its independence from France in 1804.It was considered "standard" during the Haitian revolution for Haitian rebels to "carr[y] a pike with the carcass of an impaled white baby."
Of course, Dessalines and his gang of revolutionaries went on to run the place into the ground.
Council and state assembly members defended Dessalines' massacre as a move to stop "evil" white oppressors, attacked our Founding fathers as racists, and said the renaming is needed to fight against the "orange bigot in the White House."
[...]Rodneyse Bichotte, a Brooklyn member of the state assembly who claims direct descent from Dessalines, defended the excesses of the Haitian revolutionaries as a legitimate response to oppression, and said that Dessalines "sought to stop those who were evil." She also made pointed reference to "George Washington, the first President of this great mighty state, who sold slaves for a keg of molasses," and "our beloved Abraham Lincoln, who expressed opposition to racial equality." Jumaane Williams, the council member who sponsored the co-naming legislation, said that "most of the world owes a debt to Haiti that has never been repaid." Considering the insulting remarks toward Haiti made by the "orange bigot in the White House," he said, the co-naming of Rogers Avenue is "the least we can do."A liberal utopia is just around the corner, folks!
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