“380 years in Curaçao they tried to deceive everybody, the people, their minds, their thoughts about their own enemy. They brainwash you, they programmed Curaçaoans to venerate their own enemies. I’ve calculated already that for the 380 years the dutch colonizers have occupied our island, I charge them 1.2 billion per year. They have to pay €456 billion.” —Freddy Antersijn doing the Black financial literacy rebellion math on what reparations calculations owed to Black people in Curaçao for dutch enslavement and colonization could look like. In 2012 this reparatory equity demand was personally made known at the office of the representative of the dutch government with a cordial request to inform queen Beatrix, the senate, the parliament and the dutch public in general to get them reparations coins ready.
Joceline Clemencia: The governmental aparatus subsidizes an institutionalized crime called education against young Black people.
Babel: A court case where a white Italian casino owner buys political power to control the destiny of Black people via a creole white politician hi-jacking Black political emancipatory leadership in Curacao who gave the preference to be defended by a dutch white lawyer that recently defended a dutch white supremacist politician that got convicted for anti-Moroccan hate speech in the Netherlands.
Its 2013, 15o years of abolition of Dutch enslavement is vaguely commemorated. The Jewish Capriles banking dynasty starts preparing their centennial celebrations for parasiting of unpaid black labor in Curacao. MCB bank was right thurrrr.
Helmin Wiels on the Dutch white philanthropic racism of Jacob gelt Dekker and his eternal denial of the existence of reparatory justice for the Black Holocaust caused by Dutch enslavement of African people in Curacao.
All white Dutch parliament kingdom affairs committee members deciding on black futures in the Caribbean
Nic Moller the late owner of the ‘prestigious’ Avila hotel Curacao taking an anti-black economic genocide stance: I never wanted a casino in my hotel. I’ve seen how all hotels had casinos and how the local population especially [black] mothers went out gambling inside the casino and left their kids in the lobby of the hotel. And they would lose all their money. I realized that wasn’t something for me.
On February 11, 1971 allegedly in possession of dynamite, Mac Alberto president of the government workers union stepped vexed into the meeting room of the Chamber of Commerce to announce to the tools of the power elite that creole capitalism is killing the black working class of Curaçao and that abolition of the neo-colonial enslavement business was soon to be a new reality.
Wilson ‘Papa’ Godett: “The racial element in local politics is not new. When I emphatically focus on the black population I do it not to discriminate but to identify with the large masses who are black in Curaçao. They have the biggest needs. That’s where the misery is at: unemployment, hunger, deplorable housing. I’m in solidarity whit the black population and when I bring this things on tv it’s to give black people a sense of pride and self confidence.”