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Somoza-familien (Nicaragua) Millioner af døde: 0,1 Familien sad på magten i 44 år (1936-79). Stjal alt der ikke var naglet fast, incl. $16 mill. international jordskælvsnødhjælp. Den sidste Somoza blev ordnet af en panserværnsraket, efterlod til Sandinisterne et forarmet, isoleret Nicaragua.

Somoza-familien (Nicaragua) Millioner af døde: 0,1 Familien sad på magten i 44 år (1936-79). Stjal alt der ikke var naglet fast, incl. $16 mill. international jordskælvsnødhjælp. Den sidste Somoza blev ordnet af en panserværnsraket, efterlod til Sandinisterne et forarmet, isoleret Nicaragua.

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Evstafiev-ratko-mladic-1993-w.jpg  Ratko Mladic in 1993.  Accused and indited for war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide.

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Nicolae Ceausescu was the General Secretary of the Romanian Communist Party from 1965-1989. He made a scepter for himself (Isn’t Communism Anti-Monarchy?), and called himself “The Genius Of The Carpathians”. He obviously wasn’t a fan of modesty. He demanded that his, nearly illiterate, wife be made part of the New York Academy of Sciences and the Royal Institute of Chemistry He met his end when he and his wife were overthrown and executed by revolutionaries.

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haiti history 1940s museum quai branly A Haitian extended family gathers for a group photo. Visiting anthropologists like Mercer Cook and Haiti’s very own Jean Price Mars noted that in the countryside, Haitian families kept the living traditions of their ancestors in Africa, including the “lakou” system, in which various families lived in one unit. Even today, when some of our parents say ‘fanmi’, they don’t just mean mom, dad, kids, they mean practically the whole family tree!

haiti history museum quai branly A Haitian extended family gathers for a…

Cécile Fatiman is known as the Vodun priestess who led the gathering at Bwa Kayiman that started the Haitian Revolution. Like Haitian healers  warriors Tante Toya  Gann Guitonn, she was a living vessel of her people. She traveled for years day  night without rest to the plantations letting trusted initiates know about the great gathering of all warriors to end slavery to come on August 14th. Holding Vodun clearing rituals as she went, undoing colonial mentacide.

“Cécile Fatiman: High priestess in Voodoo (Mambo) who played a key role in the Haitian revolution

The Haitian literary scene truly begun to take shape in the 1900s. In April 1906, Haiti lost one of its most beloved poets and writers Oswald Durand (above), who had written the celebrated poem “Choucoune”. The poem was eventually adapted into a song, including an adaptation done by Harry Belafonte in 1957 entitled “Yellow Bird”. Haitian Montreal-born actress and model Johanne Harrelle also did her own rendition of it in the 1964 film A Tout Prende. There’s even a Creole-Spanish version done…

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