The Black Caracols, Guanini and Arguaho are some of the many ancient Afrikans of Haiti before European colonization and the MAAFA.(See, Haytian Annals at The American Nations By Constantine Samuel Rafinesque.) In addition, Blacks from the continent of Afrika were sailing to the Americas long before Columbus decided he’d “discovered” the Americas.Anacaona and all the Amerindians in the Western Hemisphere grieve with us that the are still allowed to celebrate and memorialize the terrorist named Christopher Columbus and his brutal assassins.But echoing the words of the famous poet, Maya Angelou, today the mountains, rocks and stones of old Haiti shout to us Haitians: “I am yours–your Passages have been paid.” That thunderous roar lifts up our Black faces, faces wrenched in pain with every footstep that white supremacy, its fake white saviors, fake charity workers, UN soldiers and the multinational colonial occupiers put on our soil. Hatuey, born in Ayiti, fought off the European terrorists and when he saw he couldn’t succeed left with a warrior party of four hundred canoes to warn the Tainos in Cuba.
The mountains, rocks and stones of the Taino-Ayisyen still hold Ayiti upright, cemented with the blood of 250,000 Afrikan-Ayisyen warriors who gave up their lives in the Haiti Revolution so Ayiti (Haiti) would be free. They’re the stone, the rock, the organic earth‘s cosmic dust that’s reborn in our flesh.He would eventually be captured by the European invaders and burnt at the stake.