Sunday, January 5, 2014

Louis de Noailles

Dishonorable and a well-known family who boasts of his ancestors, Louis de Noailles (Viscount Louis-Marc-Antoine de Noailles) is shown during the Haitian Revolution, by racist crimes and genocidal ferocity beyond imagination . Crimes worthy of the worst atrocities of the Waffen SS, but that some prefer to ignore France.

Yet it is the Vicomte de Noailles, deputy to the States-General, who had proposed the abolition of privileges in the famous night of August 4, 1789. He also remarked avoiding Marie Antoinette being lynched after the failed flight of the royal family stopped at Varennes (June 1791). General, but suspected to be against-revolutionary Noailles emigrated in 1792. He did not return to France until after Bonaparte had seized power. In 1802, he obtained serve under his friend Rochambeau , from a no less illustrious and appointed Captain General of Santo Domingo family.

Then revealing his true nature, Noailles tipped into barbarism negrophobia and took a major part in the genocide committed against the Haitian population, using innovative methods such including gassing sulfur in the holds of ships .

This is Noailles who undertook, on behalf of Rochambeau, fetch Cuba dogs were trained to "eat negro" alive. For training, they used unfortunate civilians who were thrown to hungry animals after having gutted for dogs are excited by the smell of blood.

The hounds were prepared and used in fighting against the Haitians, but they threw all the wounded and devoured, regardless of the color of their skin.

Noailles had to surrender to the British on November 30 after the defeat of the expeditionary force Napoleon to Vertières .

Injured while attempting to escape with French slavers, he managed to reach Cuba - where he went to get the dogs - but he died.

Portrait de Noailles, presented as a glorious hero, is exhibited in the gallery battles of Versailles and his name is engraved on the Arc de Triomphe.

UAH - Google Translated

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