An article alluding to the white genocide of French in San Domingo, which blacks in Haiti soundly remember?
An article where a black pastor fails to come up with legitimate contributions of blacks to America?
Check. [For black Americans, Trump's 'shithole' comment was an insult to their histories, Los Angeles Times, 1-12-18]:
The Rev. Raphael G. Warnock, senior pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church, who believes his ancestors came to the United States as slaves from Cameroon in central Africa, said that Trump's comments were deeply personal.
“I serve as pastor at a church that is filled with people from far corners of the globe, certainly from throughout the African diaspora,” Warnock said in an interview. “I mean, where would America be without its African descendants? There would be no jazz, the only original music coming from America. There would be no blues. We wouldn't have the genius of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. without reference to the African continent.”
Trump’s singling out of Haiti was particularly frustrating for descendants from the Caribbean nation, coming as the nation mourned the eighth anniversary of an earthquake that killed hundreds of thousands of residents.
“Haiti is not unacquainted with racists or white supremacists. We defeated our share of them in 1804 when we became the world’s first black republic,” Haitian American author Edwidge Danticat wrote in a post on Facebook, expressing her frustration that Haitians’ mourning was being diverted by an insult from Trump.The French Revolution in San Domingo by Lothrop Stoddard is the best treatise on the black racial rebellion in what is now Haiti (an insurrection leading to absolute white genocide on the island), for which the quoted black individual in this story fondly recalls as the stepping stone to the implementation of the "world's first black republic."
The "shithole" comment by Donald Trump has been his most illuminating and beautiful moment as President of the United States, helping punctuate how the corporate/mainstream/legacy media exists to run public relations for the very people turning much of America into a "shithole" as well.
We live in the early stages of revolutionary times, where the restoration of racial sanity (rescuing it from the vise of state-mandated egalitarian mores) seems plausible.
Who knew the entire anti-white world order was so fragile, the uttering of one adjective - to describe the conditions nonwhites collectively create in the absence of white people - was a simple enough gesture to blow away decades of carefully crafted plans attempting to convince whites they had a moral duty to set aside the dreams of their people to uplift the lives of every other person on the planet?