Brother Ali vs. White Supremacy part 38

These Conquistadors were sick. It was reported:

“Christopher Columbus himself has been reported to have personally killed 500,000 Natives. In their quest to kill and torture as many people as possible Christopher and Bartholomew Columbus built extremely wide gibbets, hanging victims with feet barely touching the ground amidst fire causing a slow strangling burning death.”

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One of the policies of the Spanish was to have the Arawaks (natives of the islands) to bring them a certain quantity of gold every so often. Hispanola (today’s Haiti and Domincan Republic) didn’t have that much gold–it was tough to find. If the Natives didn’t meet their quota of gold, they had their hands hacked off (and we left to bleed to death). It kinda makes ya wonder where King Leopold got his idea for hacking off body parts of the the native folk of the Congo for not bringing in enough rubber.

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The Belgian Congo revisited. (Allahu ‘Akbar. Indeed, there is a Hellfire for the doers of evil.)

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It’s reported that the Columbus had the Native people hunted for sport. They let loose their dogs upon them, and even sold Native American flesh as food for their canines. As was said, a people are know by their heroes….

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One Response to BROTHER ALI vs. WHITE SUPREMACY part 38

  1. facetofloor says:

    Some quotes from De Las Casas (he was one who witnessed first hand the savagery of Columbus in the Caribbean):

    “The reason the Christians have murdered on such a vast scale and killed anyone and everyone in their way is purely and simply greed. . . . Their insatiable greed and overweening ambition know no bounds; the land is fertile and rich, the inhabitants simple, forbearing and submissive. The Spaniards have shown not the slightest consideration for these people, treating them (and I speak from first-hand experience, having been there from the outset) not as brute animals – indeed, I would to God they had done and had shown them the consideration they afford their animals – so much as piles of dung in the middle of the road…. One fact in all this is widely known and beyond dispute, for even the tyrannical murderers themselves acknowledge the truth of it: the indigenous peoples never did the Europeans any harm whatever; on the contrary, they believed them to have descended from the heavens, at least until they or their fellow citizens had tasted, at the hands of these oppressors, a diet of robbery, murder, violence, and all other manner of trials and tribulations.”

    De Las Casas, again says:

    “They forced their way into native settlements, slaughtering everyone they found there, including small children, old men, pregnant women, and even women who had just given birth. They hacked them to pieces, slicing open their bellies with their swords as though they were so many sheep herded into a pen. They even laid wagers on whether they could manage to slice a man in two at a stroke, or cut an individual’s head from his body, or disembowel him with a single blow of their axes. They grabbed suckling infants by the feet and, ripping them from their mothers’ breasts, dashed them headlong against the rocks.

    Others, laughing and joking all the while, threw them over their shoulders into a river, shouting: ‘Wriggle, you little perisher….’ The way they normally dealt with the native leaders and nobles was to tie them to a kind of griddle consisting of sticks resting on pitchforks driven into the ground and then grill them over a slow fire, with the result that they howled in agony and despair as they died a lingering death. .”

    He also reports:

    “And when, as happened on the odd occasion, the locals did kill a European, as, given the enormity of the crimes committed against them, they were in all justice fully entitled to, the Spanish came to an unofficial agreement among themselves that for every European killed one hundred natives would be executed. ”

    This is what De Las Casas reports about Jamaica and Puerto Rico:

    “In 1509, the Spanish, with the same purpose in mind as they had when they landed on Hispaniola, found their way to the two verdant islands of Puerto Rico and Jamaica. Here they perpetrated the same outrages and committed the same crimes as before, devising yet further refinements of cruelty, murdering the native people, burning and roasting them alive, throwing them to wild dogs and oppressing, tormenting and plaguing them with toil down the mines and elsewhere, and so once again the killing off these poor innocents to such effect that where the native population of the two islands was certainly over 600,000 (and I personally reckon it a more than million). Fewer than two hundred survive on each of he two islands, ”

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