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Wednesday, October 17, 2012

The Louisiana Purchase Treaty-A Shattered Creole Treaty

The Louisiana Purchase Treaty, the ramifications.

For all those who are interested in the history of the Creoles of the United States and particularly how Creolism developed in the state of Louisiana, it is imperative to understand how the Louisiana Purchase Treaty came into effect and under what circumstances. The LPT is often said to be a turning point in the history of the Louisiana State and its integration into the United States of America. However, not much attention was given to the people of that state at the time the treaty in that process. A people with a unique history and culture different from the rest of the United States: The Creoles of Louisiana, which was made up of Creole Indians, like the Ancient Houma and Choctaws, Free people of Colour (gens de couleurs libres) as well as "blacks" of African and Haitian origins. No compensation, consideration or respect were given to the right and freedom of these people to continue to enjoy their unique culture, instead followed a period of outright discrimination which caused many Creoles to flee to other parts of the States, to France and even to Mexico as Mary Gehman found out in her research. To understand fully the ramifications of the Louisiana Purchase Treaty, I urge you to read carefully and critically the following article by Gilbert E Martin.

Louis G de Lamare

Edited by Chief Elder Ean Lee Bordeaux, pro per
Ancient West Feliciana Parish Houma-Choctaw Tribe


The Louisiana Purchase Treaty
Napoleon’s Justifiable Revenge on the U.S.A
Narrated by
Gilbert E. Martin


It was no secret that Napoleon Bonaparte desired to have a French empire in America. But his ego coupled with his envy of Toussaint L’Ouverture destroyed his dream, and cost France her most profitable colony, and the Louisiana Territory to boot. On April 27, 1803, nine months after his abduction, Toussaint died in a dungeon in the Alps. At that time, two Americans, R. R. Livingston and James Monroe, were in Paris pestering Napoleon to give his final approval of sale of the vast Louisiana Territory. The wily Napoleon, however, was down but not out. He knew that the Americans had supplied the black revolutionaries in St. Domingue (now Haiti), with supplies and ammunition to help break the French power in the Western Hemisphere. Furthermore, the two Americans had mentioned to Napoleon that he didn’t have much choice because, as they put it, the United States was powerful enough to take the territory by force.

With Toussaint’s death on his mind, and pressure coming from Livingston and Monroe, revenge took control of his thoughts, which prompted the great Napoleon Bonaparte to devise his very own Trojan horse. Playing upon American greed, bigotry and ignorance of human innate Intelligence, this man took 70 simple words and concocted what I believe to be one of the most impregnable articles ever to be found in any document pertaining to the rights of a nation of people with lineage to Africa. After toying with the Americans who were extremely anxious to get the treaty signed, Napoleon finally gave his approval. The American representatives hurried their signatures on the document and were off to the United States to brag about closing the biggest real estate deal in history (908,380 square miles) for only $15 million. Nobody bothered to simply pay a little attention to the conditions under which the sale was made. Those conditions can be found in Article III of the LPT, which is the Trojan horse mentioned above. Article III clearly reads as follows:

The inhabitants of the ceded territory shall be incorporated in the Union of the United States, and admitted as soon as possible, according to the principles of the Federal Constitution, to the enjoyment of all the rights, advantages, and immunities, of citizens of the United States; and in the meantime, they shall be maintained and protected in the free enjoyment of their liberty, property, and the religion which they profess.

On page 254 of a document entitled The Treaty between the United States of America and the French Republic, there’s an indication of a footnote behind Article III. At the bottom of the page it reads, "Said to have been drawn by Napoleon himself." I located that document in the main Public Library in New Orleans.

Assuming that every educated person in the civilized world has some knowledge of the black man’s plight in the Southern parts of the United States, it can readily be seen that Article III was not an American design. Also, everybody knows that blacks did not benefit from Article III as Napoleon intended. Approximately forty thousand Frenchmen with lineage to Africa were among the "inhabitants" of the "ceded territory." By knowingly depriving us and our posterity of the stipulated benefits, mentioned above, the United States clearly committed a material breach of the LPT. Consequently, we suffered much devastation of our culture, and irreparable damages to the growth and development of our nation.

However, to fully appreciate and understand the ramifications of the breaching of the Louisiana Purchase Treaty, and in order to attempt to assess the consequential damages inflicted upon both, our French Creole nation and the United States as well, we need a bit of history. So, we shall begin in St. Domingue (now Haiti) in 1791. From there we shall proceed to Louisiana 1803. In August of that year, prior to the slave uprising, St. Domingue was the richest colony in the Western Hemisphere. Our colony did more business with Europe than all of the thirteen newly formed United States combined. The population of our colony consisted of 32,000 rich white planters, 30,000 rich Mulatto planters (of all shades and colors), and 500,000 thousand slaves, of which the Mulattos held 125,000.

The slaves revolted in August of 1791. Consequently, thousands of our people emigrated to the Louisiana Territory, and settled in and around the city of New Orleans. This was twelve years before Napoleon sold the territory to the Americans. At that time, however, the territory was then a Spanish colony under Spanish government. Grace King described our emigration, which began in 1791, in her 1895 book, New Orleans: The Place and the People. King wrote: "Besides the white and slave immigration from the West Indian Islands, there was a large influx of free gens de couleur into the city, a class of population whose increase by immigration had been sternly legislated against. Flying, however, with the whites from massacre and ruin, humanitarian sentiments induced the authorities to open the city gates to them, and they entered by thousands. Like the white emigres, they brought in the customs and manners of a softer climate, a more luxurious society, and a different civilization…they represented a distinct variety, a variety which their numbers made important, and for a time decisive in its influence on the home of their adoption."

Now, from the above quotation we find that three classes of people fled the turmoil in the West Indies. There hasn’t been any other time in the history of mankind, when whites, thousands of free people of color and African slaves fled en masse from a catastrophic situation. Literally speaking, they were all together in the same boats. Furthermore, prior to the revolution, we had already experienced more than one hundred years of black slavery and black freedom coexisting. As an effort to ameliorate racial conditions in the French colonies, in 1685, Louis XIV promulgated the very first equal rights edict ever written that included people of African lineage. It was called the Code Noir, or the Black Code. The king proclaimed that all free and freed Mulattos and Africans were to be regarded as free citizens of France. That code was written 106 years before the Haitian Revolution of 1791.

Now, at this point, we can take the liberty of using a little common sense. We can assure ourselves that when the Black Code was written, it was not written for a population of free little black or mixed blood babies. There had to be adults to warrant such concern. So, with that in mind, I am saying that black freedom and black slavery coexisted in St. Domingue for at least one hundred and twenty-five years before the Haitian Revolution, and twelve additional years longer, in Louisiana, before the signing of the Louisiana Purchase Treaty. And afterwards, that coexistence lasted for another 62 years until slaves were freed in America. When it all adds up, we have approximately 200 years of black freedom and black slavery coexisting. All of this is important in order to understand the differences in attitudes between the Creoles of Southern Louisiana, those of Northern Louisiana, and African Americans. With so many rich and cultured Creoles (Mulattos and Africans) then it was virtually impossible for the slaves (Mulattos and Africans) to develop an inferiority complex. Even, if black and/or Mulatto slave owners were cruel, as some have asserted, at least they were black or Mulatto, and had their known ancestry rooted in Africa and/or in slavery. Now, with that backdrop we return our attention to Napoleon’s Justifiable Revenge on the United States of America — the LPT.

On top of all of the above, in May of 1791, three months before the Haitian Revolution, news reached St. Domingue that the National Convention in Paris had decreed Mulattos must be allowed to represent themselves by participating in the colony’s government. Moreover, French Creoles from Haiti, Martinique, and Guadeloupe, had served with distinction in Napoleon’s racially integrated armies, in every category from buck privates all the way up to the highest official positions. Therefore, it would be absolutely ludicrous to even hint that Napoleon was the least bit unaware of what the Americans would encounter when making contact with the nonwhites already planted in the ceded territory. Our people, from the highest in society down to the lowly slaves, possessed educational power, moral strength, and more than enough tenacity to endure and resist American racism. Yes! Napoleon knew perfectly well what he was doing when he carefully crafted Article III of the LPT.

Now, enter the Americans. On December 20, 1803, William C. C. Claiborne, Louisiana’s first governor and General James Wilkinson arrived in the colony to take possession of Louisiana for the United States. That was eight months after the treaty was signed. Still the U. S. had not prepared its citizens to accept and comply with Article III of the LPT. In fact, by Claiborne’s first letter to Thomas Jefferson, president of the U. S., one could easily conclude that the Americans had absolutely no intention to comply. I see Claiborne’s letter as evidence that the United States intended to defraud. In his letter, Claiborne said to Jefferson; "My principal difficulty arises from two large companies of people of color, who are attached to the service, and were esteemed a very serviceable corps under the Spaniards. On this particular corps I have reflected with much anxiety." ‘To keep them, said Claiborne, would offend the Union and particularly the rest of the South…’ "outrage the feelings of a part of the Union;" ‘not to recommission the colored troops,’ he said, "would disgust" ‘the Negroes, and’ "be productive to future mischief; while to disband them would be to raise an armed enemy in the heart of the country, and to disarm them would savor too strongly of that desperate system of government which seldom succeeds."

Apparently, as indicated above, Napoleon anticipated the material breach of the LPT. And since the United States committed the material breach, it has forfeited every bit of the limited jurisdiction it would have had over our nation. And legally speaking, according to America’s own law, the United States does not legally own as much as a shovel full of the 908,380 square miles of land that composed the original Louisiana Territory. There you have it as I see it. You have before you, Napoleon's Justifiable Revenge on the United States of America.

Our treaty has seniority over all treaties made with the Indians, excepting those made in the 13 original states before the LPT. However, on this issue, the French Creoles of Louisiana are still asleep. Shame! Shame! Shame!

There's a very simple question here. Is Gilbert E. Martin right or is he wrong? Or, did the United States breach the Louisiana Purchase Treaty, yes or no. I don't believe that the United States Government will ever raise the issue and volunteer the answer to either of those simple questions. Do you?
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COMMENTS:
RE: "My question remains, from whom did Napoleon buy the land ? I understand and agree that the Creoles as I am one were treated as second class chattel and or servants. I also agree that the US has no legal claim to the land , but the argument should be based on the fact that Napoleon himself stole the land , then turned around and and soled the land to European genocidal corporate expansionist en slavers who then profited killed and displaced the native Creole nation.What makes the Purchase null and void is the same as buying a stolen car from someone and assuming it is rightfully yours, it isn't and when the true owner of said car find he car he or she has the right to demand the car be returned as the land should be returned to the creole .And those that don't have native ancestry should be removed at the cost of the Occupier US government. This Purchase was based on racism the Indigenous people were the pawns and Napoleon ans the present Occupying US Government have benefited on the grounds of Unjust Enrichment among other things."

Everything you said is true. We are Creole "INDIANS" decedents of the Ancient West Feliciana Houma-Choctaw Tribe, our folk have been here for many hundreds of years. We understand and agree with your essential position. We are also realists, we faithfully acknowledge that Louisiana Creoles have been absolutely essential to our survival in spite of Bonaparte and look solely to the Creole planters that made it possible for us to say what we say today by the inseparable blood-bonds that they have made with us as ancient historic indigenous folk. This is not about a/the dictator, it is about the people that exist beyond that dictator and those to come who have survive. Creole Indians must face their complex heritage head-on and start making a unique future for us all that wish to follow in this journey. Thank you very much for your clear contribution to this discourse, it is rare and appreciated. 

Former River Market Employee Serves 15 Years Prison - Other "Connected" Criminals Go Unpunished


Former River Market Employee Serves 15 Years Prison - Other "Connected" Criminals Go Unpunished
originally posted: 12/14/10

BRYAN DAY
Assistant City Manager of Little Rock
& corrupt loser that is ultimately responsible for the FUBAR

ADC Inmate Population Information Search - Inmate Details<---(click to obtain prison record)
"ADC Number: 128873
Name:Sheard , Jackson
Initial Receipt Date: 08/04/2009
Current Facility: East AR Region.Unit

That's one hell of a criminal hungh? Yep, most drug addicts resort to crime, to get high.  So, why would the former  & disgraced Rivermarket manager, Shannon Light, REGULARLY and "innocently" leave large bundles of cash plainly lain upon her desk for the takin'? 

Especially when a "secured" safe was only STEPS away.  I mention "secured" because even the drug addict and former four-year Rivermarket employee, Jackson Sheard, knew where she kept the combination for the safe. *NOTE: it does you absolutely NO good, to change combinations for the "secured" safe, when you keep the combo in the same place within your desk for ten years.

Bottomline: CORRUPTION SUCKS

More damning information & shocking facts are forthcoming regarding this most interesting of stories. 

Now that Jackson Sheard, a drug addicted criminal with no support system, has been Jim Crow warehoused with the rest of the unsupported Darkies, where are the lighter criminals at?  Oh, I guess being fired from their jobs is punishment enough? Maybe it is for Assistant City Managers that don't care to be questioned about his inept and suspicious supervision of this avoidable FUBAR of a situation.




My problem is, where the hell are the rest of the Little Rock Rivermarket criminals, you know,  thieves like the disgraced former River Market employees Daman Hoffman 
                                                                 
Shannon Jeffery-Light: Fired River Market Czar 
OH!  I get it, if you are supervised by an inept Assistant City Manager, that let's you steal & missappropriate over $100,000 of the tax paying citizen's of Little Rock's money, you can get away with it! 

Remember, what good 'ol boy Little Rock Assistant City ManagerBryan Day ridiculously said in an Arkansas Times Interview on why the River Market is failing under his leadership? The Rivermarket is a PARK!!  A PARK? What makes it a "PARK" Bryan Day? 
<--Head Peon Daman Hoffman
The fact that you and "others" decided to manage this ENTERTAINMENT / COMMERCE DISTRICT under the Parks & Recreation Division of Little Rock is the genius reason / excuse for your failures in leadership and your lack of imagination there Bryan, to call a BUSINESS district a PARK? It sadly reeks of a narrow-minded agenda.

Corruption and small-minded petty agendas fester throughout this city and totally pervade the Rivermarket district.  Corruption Sucks Blog fully intends to publically explore WHY so much tax payer money was misapropriated and covered-up by people like Assistant City Manager Bryan Day, charged with monitoring the criminals and held regular meetings as well as audits.  Get your FOIA hat's on Little Rock, 'cus it's goin' DOWN.

We shall be demanding that the Rivermarket Jailhouse Beating video  RELATED TO INCIDENT REPORT NUMBER: 2009-90951, be released featuring the dirty Rivermarket cop officer Shannon Dewayne Cox (Wayne Cox).  Officer Cox is seen simply standing by observing another fellow cop smash a suspect into a Pulaski County Jailhouse window with such force that it shattered the SECURITY window.  These two 4th ammendment bustin' dirty scumbags falsified their police report, because they figured, hey, no one is gonna' believe anything that black-ass bum has to say, so we don't have to admit to whoopin' his drunk ass!

YEP, CORRUPTION SUCKS ALRIGHT

Little did these two morons know, that when you smash a human being or anything else through a window, that window MUST be replaced.  A person at the Pulaski County Jail responsible for replacing the glass looked at the JAIL VIDEO(Duh, you were being recorded in jail dim-wits!) to see how it was broken.  Guess what they saw? Tweedle-Dee smashing a drunk's head into a jailhouse window, while Tweedle-Dum is standing next to him pickin' his butt with a big fat dirty cop smile on his face, while violating this human being's fourth ammendment rights.

Oh, we've just got started.  The American Creole Indian Nation is sick of this illegal Jim Crow Style corruption crap here in Little Rock.  We are commited, we will see this through. 

Within this corruption blog report, I make references to Jackson Sheard as a "City Employee", when in all actuality, he WAS NOT.  In fact, Mr. Sheard legally worked with the city for a few months through a job temp agency. 


Fired River Market mgr. Shannon Light, paid him "under-the-table" using tax payer funds for over four years.  This unvetted employee regularly collected booth rent in cash, had unfettered access to the main office facilities as well as the security system, why? The head crook Shannon Light set it up that way.  What better fall guy could you find than a drug addict that can't resist temptations.  I wouldn't hire the guy to operate one of my hotdog carts, leave alone trusting him around stacks of half-ass documented cash! 

Why would Ms. Light train a non-city employee to use the security laptop camera controls?  He used those controls to see if the cameras caught him robbing the place.  They did, so he thought that if he covered his tracks with a fire, it would destroy the video evidence.  Unfortunately for him, the camera had already uploaded it's back-up file to a remote location.
Paying someone "under-the-table" that is NOT on the City of Little Rock payroll with City of Little Rock funds is outright illegal in and of itself!  The City of Little Rock knew this and let her get away with it.  The City of Little Rock also knew that Shannon Light was engaging in forgery on the behalf of Jackson Sheard.  The two were so tight, that she actually created a fake City of Little Rock payroll check stub so that he could purchase a vehicle by illegally defrauding an automobile dealership, using falsified documentation provided by and supported with lies by one Shannon Light, acting in her capacity of River Market Manager reporting DIRECTLY to Bryan Day, Assistant City Manager of the City of Little Rock.

That's not all, over a 10 year period she regularly gave out significant employee cash loans (I.O.U.'s), using City of Little Rock tax payer money. She would arrogantly staple the IOU to the employee's time card, just like a cute little 'ol bank. 

Shannon was also real good about helping her FRIENDS set-up business in the River Market.  At the same time Shannon Light, & Bryan Day were doing everything in their power to illegally obstruct Willy Dog USA, a Creole Indian owned franchise from setting-up business in the River Market to appease their corrupt friend Carla Farquhar-Cox (married to a dirty Rivermarket cop) at Willy D's, she was buying kitchen equipment using City of Little Rock funds to capitalize their business under her corrupt auspices. 

There are many more crimes to cover regarding this subject. Check-up regularly.  Remember, you heard it here first.  Little Rock mainstream media, punk'd out long ago, they're too afraid of being "cut-off" from access to their beloved City of Little Rock Officials.

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