Repeal ALL Slavery Legislation and for Reparations

Submitted by nineofnine

Photo Credit: Ras Jahaziel

Inherently, the LAWS of the Slave Trade and the Slave code conceived by the Europeans did capitalized on the exploitation of Africans making Barbados the first Slave Society and by extension built the North American Society on the said slave code LONG AFTER. Much damage has been done to the psyche of the descendants inclusive of inferiority complexes as well as economic destitution at the whims of controls and servitude. Be that as it may, the onus for any revival of character, formidable self worth, lost self esteem and degeneration, lies in acceptance of the experience, forgiveness of the perpetrators which clears all mental blockages that prevent human development and advancement and by resisting and refuting the bombardment of subliminal suggestions from enslaving negative thought forms and visuals via movies, advertisements, games, some historical records ..et al designed to keep the mental experiment and experience alive.

HOW CAN THE DAMAGE BE RECTIFIED?

FIRSTLY
Its root is embedded in the Colonial Legislature of ENGLAND under the guise of the Slave codes (1661),The Antimiscegenation Law (1664), Naturalization laws, Immigration Laws along with other laws that exploit and subdue Blacks physically, mentally and economically, failing to recognize blacks as human beings, only as property, denying interracial marriages, disallowing the right to protect their families and what little property they held …further subtly enacting Supremacist laws that did not held those captors accountable for their hostile actions against those of African decent and other non-white ethnicities …et al.

BARBADOS like other Territories have a REPRESENTATIVE of that Domain known as the GOVERNOR GENERAL.

For all intent and purposes, should not the GOVERNOR GENERAL (as PROTOCOL representative dictate) move/petition to have the LEGISLATION that “enacted/legalize” slavery across the British Commonwealth, be stricken / repeal and removed from the Books of Legislature, along with pardons and reparations made to those territories due to their NOW Independent Status and Sovereignty?

Surely any success will see Her Excellency the Governor General as the legal LIBERATOR of the remnants of the Slave Trade exploitation agenda. What an admirable legacy that would be as well as for all other GGs who collectively renders solidarity.

FOR THE CLAIM OF LEGAL REDRESS
The Entity that can, must and will facilitate ANY REPEALS OF LAW or issue directives to recompense those who have suffered from the slave trade is the UNIVERSAL POSTAL UNION …controller of edits of all global money and governments … headquartered in Bern, SWITZERLAND.

All communications toward this cause MUST BE SIMULTANEOUSLY BE ADDRESS TO ALL ENTITIES AT THE SAME TIME by all GGs if necessary, firstly to The UNIVERSAL POSTAL UNION and copied to the British Monarchy, the British Legislature using the CODES of MARITIME LAW and Quantum Parse Syntax Grammar….as well as notifying and gaining the support of all affected territories of slavery throught the British Commonwealth BY its Colonial Masters.

Other bodies can render support as aided petitions.

For the lack of the correct Parse Syntax Grammar of those enslaving laws/documents of slavery will render them illegal, of no fact, fictitious by nature and of no contract. Only thus SHALL it BE RESOLVED and so be it.

SECONDLY
Reinforce upon yourselves that you are not your ancestors, you are their offspring, BUT ALSO an individuality of a soul incarnate existing on a different timeline WITHOUT SHACKLES.

OF NOTE..
Descendants of slavery must look at the slave trade as a learning experience. These experiences were registered in the quantum field of the DNA structures of those who suffered and endured slavery passing on those experiences genetically to their offspring, which will appear today that descendants of those who suffered, displays traits of inferiority, docility, submissiveness or some other form of “mental illness”.

By targeting “thoughts of redress” directly at the quantum field of the DNA, CHANGES the “code” that passes this information (experiences) unto their offspring….finding redress, change and healing and cure.

THIRDLY
What’s left is to deal with the economic disenfranchisement which today is being engage by those who control economic wealth.

HOW CAN ECONOMIC WEALTH BE GRASPED?
Education?

Take a serious look at it and you will see that its being imploded here and around the world….why? and does it guarantee economic stability or growth? How many of sound educational background fear in todays society, highly paid but living from paycheck to paycheck.

Look around and see how many are they of economic wealth that has no serious educational background yet their world is a stage while the sky is the limit.

The onus then, if by education, most relay on it to gain meaningful employment being subservient to employer and business, is this not the another form of slavery subtly cloaked and exploited via “sound education and corporate placement?

The empowerment of education must be fringe on the precept of KNOWING ONESELF ABILITIES and to engage CREATING creative BUSINESSES, CREATING YOUR OWN JOB, start business with what you have or do best at… a hobby, skill, knowledge gained of a profession or of family tradition… that’s where the tables begin to turn, and yes… as a people, one can boycott the enslavers or by Governance create a just balance in economic activity, BUT the one who CONTROLS his OWN JOB and economic destiny is the one without shackles and has gain real liberation from the “bonds of ECONOMIC Slavery”

WE SMARTER THAN THAT, MORE THAN THAT AND SERIOUS ABOUT THAT!

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  • @ David

    THE HEADLINE should read as submitted…

    FOR THE CLAIM of CORRECT DUE PROCESS to REPEAL ALL SLAVERY LEGISLATION and for REPARATIONS.

    nineofnine

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  • @ David …

    The headline must read

    FOR THE CLAIM of CORRECT DUE PROCESS to REPEAL ALL SLAVERY LEGISLATION and for REPARATIONS.

    nineofnine

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  • should not the GOVERNOR GENERAL (as PROTOCOL representative dictate) move/petition to have the LEGISLATION that “enacted/legalize” slavery across the British Commonwealth, be stricken / repeal and removed from the Books of Legislature

    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    Don’t you think that was done when slavery was abolished in the 19th century throughout the British Empire?

    Did you do any history at school?

    Surely the British Parliament is light years ahead of you!!

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  • Well Well & Cut N' Paste At Your Service

    “Be that as it may, the onus for any revival of character, formidable self worth, lost self esteem and degeneration, lies in acceptance of the experience, forgiveness of the perpetrators….”

    Never FORGIVE nor FORGET.

    You are dealing with beasts with centuries of practice at being beasts.

    You request what you want as is your right under international human rights articles from the UN and be done with that…then you move on.

    Dont mind John Lieaslot the jackass, all the structures of slavery and institutions of racism are still firmly in place, they were never removed.

    South Africa has had to start to legislate to rid themselves of the racist, exploitative, criminal thieves they have been stuck with for centuries, they had no choice.

    The understandable mistake Mandela made upon his release was using a conciliatory tone, that does not work with beasts bent on exploitation and theft, now 20 years later the government is left to right that wrong and kick them all out of Africa, off the continent and for good this time.

    The last straw came when a young black South African man invented a water system to save the population from the drought misery, when he was to present his invention, he mysteriously ended up dead, soon after this a white boer presented the same invention as his own and no one knows how he managed to steal the young man’s invention.

    We recently saw the beast in David Cameron of the UK slave owning family when he spewed his poison in Jamaica, they live to lie to, exploit and steal from the Black race, without care or conscience and given the opportunity they will continue with the centuries old practices, you only need to look at Barbados for confirmation.

    Black people must start learning the art of self preservation to save themselves and their future generations, .

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  • @ John

    For the record..

    When I took up my first history book, my impression was that it is ones interpretation and opinion of the timeline for whatever purpose and intent that the”historian” would have me to learn….

    Like the book you are formulating , that too is your interpretation and will be subject to analysis and fact checking….. accepted by the gullible or be refuted by the learnt.

    We were taught that Columbus discovered the “new world”…..dah
    History will most tell us we became an “Independent Country in 1966, yet the Office of the Governor General is referred to as the Head of State and lands referred to as Crown Lands, of note also is THE “ROYAL” BARBADOS POLICE FORCE yet the last resort for matters of the court is NOT the Privy Council but the CCJ and to add to “distinctions of conflict” our Barbadian currency carries photos of Barbadians instead of that of the British Monarch like it does in all Commonwealth owned Territories.. that being the case then Barbados is truly sovereign and not part of the Commonwealth? Are these not facts?

    Should one be confused with what our real / true status is?
    What will history books speak to?

    Choosing to be in the NOW, history is recorded in consciousness and not in a book, and as for “historians”, historical facts are cloaked in opinion which can swing either way depending on intent.
    ………………………

    …”Surely the British Parliament is light years ahead of you!!”

    As that construct / system of the 3D matrix, that subtle statement of a suggestive nature does not resonate nor compute on a frequency that is higher, … nothing of the 3D matrix can equate to Spatial Time as light years does in 3D. …comprendo?

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  • john

    …”Don’t you think that was done when slavery was abolished in the 19th century throughout the British Empire?”…

    Are you speaking of the Slavery Abolition Act 1833… all that did was to change the term Slaves to Apprentices.

    It continued still in just another form… yes the Apprentices received a meager penance to keep them DEPENDANT on their “OWNERS”… a strategy that is practiced to this day by you know who.

    And as per REPARATIONS for the owners…
    Did not the plantation owners (some 43 000) receive a “BAIL IN” to the tune of 18 billion pounds , and still business continued as usual?

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  • Well Well & Cut N' Paste At Your Service

    Washington Post

    “WorldViews
    U.S. owes black people reparations for a history of ‘racial terrorism,’ says U.N. panel
    By Ishaan Tharoor September 27, 2016 Email the author

    Slave shackles on display at the new National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters)
    The history of slavery in the United States justifies reparations for African Americans, argues a recent report by a U.N.-affiliated group based in Geneva.

    This conclusion was part of a study by the United Nations’ Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent, a body that reports to the international organization’s High Commissioner on Human Rights. The group of experts, which includes leading human rights lawyers from around the world, presented its findings to the United Nations Human Rights Council on Monday, pointing to the continuing link between present injustices and the dark chapters of American history.

    “In particular, the legacy of colonial history, enslavement, racial subordination and segregation, racial terrorism and racial inequality in the United States remains a serious challenge, as there has been no real commitment to reparations and to truth and reconciliation for people of African descent,” the report stated. “Contemporary police killings and the trauma that they create are reminiscent of the past racial terror of lynching.”

    Citing the past year’s spate of police officers killing unarmed African American men, the panel warned against “impunity for state violence,” which has created, in its words, a “human rights crisis” that “must be addressed as a matter of urgency.”

    The panel drew its recommendations, which are nonbinding and unlikely to influence Washington, after a fact-finding mission in the United States in January. At the time, it hailed the strides taken to make the American criminal justice system more equitable but pointed to the corrosive legacy of the past.

    “Despite substantial changes since the end of the enforcement of Jim Crow and the fight for civil rights, ideology ensuring the domination of one group over another, continues to negatively impact the civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights of African Americans today,” it said in a statement. “The dangerous ideology of white supremacy inhibits social cohesion amongst the US population.”

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    United Nations panel says U.S. owes reparations for slavery, mass incarceration
    United Nations working group says U.S. owes reparations for slavery, mass incarceration (Youtube/UN Human Rights)

    In its report, it specifically dwells on the extrajudicial murders that were a product of an era of white supremacy:

    Lynching was a form of racial terrorism that has contributed to a legacy of racial inequality that the United States must address. Thousands of people of African descent were killed in violent public acts of racial control and domination and the perpetrators were never held accountable.

    The reparations could come in a variety of forms, according to the panel, including “a formal apology, health initiatives, educational opportunities … psychological rehabilitation, technology transfer and financial support, and debt cancellation.”

    To be sure, such initiatives are nowhere in the cards, even after the question of reparations arose again two years ago when surfaced by the groundbreaking work of American journalist Ta-Nehisi Coates.

    Separately, a coalition of Caribbean nations is calling for reparations from their former European imperial powers for the impact of slavery, colonial genocide and the toxic racial laws that shaped life for the past two centuries in these countries. Their efforts are fitful, and so far not so fruitful.

    When asked by reporters to comment on the tone of the American presidential election campaign on Monday, the working group’s chairman, Ricardo A. Sunga of the Philippines, expressed concern about “hate speech … xenophobia [and] Afrophobia” that he felt was prevalent in the campaign, although he didn’t specifically call out Republican candidate Donald Trump.

    “We are very troubled that these are on the rise,” said Sunga.”

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  • Well Well & Cut N' Paste At Your Service

    Keep it in their faces.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/worldviews/wp/2015/05/13/does-france-owe-haiti-reparations/

    WorldViews
    Is it time for France to pay its real debt to Haiti?
    By Ishaan Tharoor May 13, 2015 Email the author

    French President Francois Hollande (L) and Haitian President Michel Martelly arrive to tour Musee du Pantheon National Haitien (MUPANAH), or Haitian Pantheon National Museum, in Port-au-Prince May 12, 2015. (REUTERS/Alain Jocard)
    In 1791, the slaves of France’s most profitable Caribbean colony, Saint Domingue, revolted. The uprising was kindled by the appalling exploitation and abuse of the colony’s enslaved African population, and stoked by the same Enlightenment values championed by white anti-monarchic revolutionaries in the United States and France itself.

    But the independent republic of Haiti that eventually emerged in 1804 was never an equal among the brotherhood of Western nations. To the north, the United States, a nation of slaveowners, regarded Haiti, a nation of free blacks, with unvarnished horror and boycotted its merchants.

    Meanwhile, France, the spurned former colonial ruler, fumed at its losses. In 1825, with a French flotilla threatening invasion, Haiti was compelled to pay a king’s ransom of 150 million gold francs — estimated to be ten times the country’s annual revenues — in indemnities to compensate French settlers and slaveowners for their lost plantations. The sum would be later reduced to 90 million gold francs, but that was little consolation: Haiti, in effect, was forced to pay reparations for its freedom.

    This history is not as distant as it may seem. It set the stage for many decades of Haitian economic misery and underdevelopment to come—the country, one of the poorest nations in the Western hemisphere, did not finish repaying its 19th century debts to France and the U.S. until the middle of the 20th century.

    And the legacy of the past was very much alive this week, as French President Francois Hollande landed on Tuesday on a historic visit to Haiti.

    On Sunday, Hollande had made remarks in the Caribbean island of the Guadeloupe that he would “settle the debt that [the French] have” with Haiti—a declaration that was rapidly back-tracked by aides, who insisted Hollande was referring to a “moral” debt, not an actual financial one.

    In Haiti, Hollande promised large-scale French assistance, including a plan to help modernize the country’s education system. He acknowledged that a “moral debt exists,” but skirted whether the wrongs of the 19th century would be more directly addressed through reparations.

    “You’re not asking for aid, you want development,” Hollande said, addressing an audience of Haitian dignitaries in Port-au-Prince. “You’re not asking for welfare, you want investment.”

    But many in Haiti want more than that, including a group of protesters who greeted Hollande’s arrival with placards and chants. France’s hollowing out of the fledgling nation’s coffers is seen by some as the original disaster, one that underlies the myriad Haitian dysfunctions and tragedies that followed.

    While France belatedly offered a public apology for the history of slavery that shaped the Caribbean, and also canceled Haiti’s $77 million debt following the cataclysmic 2010 earthquake, activists say that the indemnities unjustly forced on Haiti more than a century ago must be reversed. Some calculate that returning all those 19th century gold francs would add up to about $17 billion.

    Separately, a bloc of 15 Caribbean nations has embarked on a joint quest to obtain reparations from Europe’s slave-trading and owning empires, and optimistically seek to win accords with the British, French and Dutch governments.

    But such an understanding regarding reparations from Europe is still distant, not least because of the tricky politics that would follow for the former colonial power. There are many skeletons in the closets of Europe’s lapsed empires, and one formal act of reparation would likely beget calls for others.

    Haiti’s President Michel Martelly appeared to recognize this. “No negotiation, no compensation can repair the wounds of history that still mark us today,” he told Hollande on Tuesday. “Haiti has not forgotten, but Haiti is not stubborn.”

    An article in Haiti’s main newspaper, Le Nouvelliste, cited by France 24, shrugged off the question of reparations. France, concluded editor Frantz Duval, will have to reckon with its own demons for many years to come:

    The moral debt that is owed is for having enslaved the blacks who were uprooted from Africa to transform every drop of their sweat and blood, and each parcel of land on Saint Domingue, into wealth for the imperial center. For this moral debt, Haiti does not seek compensation. We agree that it is irreparable. We leave it to be a stain on the civilized world.”

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  • …. boycotted its merchants.
    +++++++++++++++++++++++++

    Haiti’s economy was destroyed by the uprising.

    What products did it have to sell?

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  • Well Well & Cut N' Paste At Your Service

    There is a reason why you are known as John Liesalot.

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  • How could the uprising be blamed for the destruction of the economy, one would have to ask the question.. What was the preamble of the uprising? What was the provocation?
    That’s like blaming Bajans for the state of the nations affairs
    What an irony.

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  • Ababa Jahni we love you

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