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Anishinabe Conquest of Hispaniola
Soon after the Anishinabe soldiers and their Indian and black allies conquered Cuba in 1762, they commenced to force their way onto other Caribbean Islands including the Bahamas and then Hispaniola. They even sent their soldiers to northern South America. In 1791, the first historical record of unrest (war) occurring on Hispaniola occurred. Of course, white historians are covering up an Anishinabe invasion onto Hispaniola which occurred years before 1791. In 1791, Anishinabe soldiers and their Indian and black allies, commenced to fight the whites for control of Hispaniola. They concentrated mainly on the section of Hispaniola where the present country of Haiti is located. This war went on until 1809 when most of the fighting ended for the time being. Anishinabe soldiers had forced their way onto Hispaniola where present day Haiti is located, then gradually sent their brave soldiers throughout the rest of Hispaniola (the Dominican Republic) to war upon the white invaders. By 1809, the Anishinabe Army which included non Anishinabe Indians and blacks, had defeated the English and French in what is now the Dominican Republic. They now controlled the second largest of all Caribbean Islands but the whites had yet to end the war for control of Hispaniola.
The 1822-1843 War
Starting in 1822, the whites returned to Hispaniola to fight the Anishinabe Army for control of the large Caribbean Island. White historians refer to the war as being a war between Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Now that may have occurred because race was involved. On Hispaniola was a large black population and a large Indian population. Many of the Indians and blacks of Hispaniloa and other Caribbean Islands, migrated to Central America, Mexico, and northern South America during these years between 1791 and 1844. Though there may have been a civil war between the Indians and blacks, it is the whites who can't be excluded. Why? Read the Seven Fires Prohecy! Either a civil war erupted in which the blacks took control of the Dominican Republic or the whites tried unsuccessfully to invade and bring the Dominican Republic back under white control, or it was the last Anishinabe military offensive to bring all of Hispaniola under their control. This war lasted until 1844, then ended. By 1844 the whites had the revolver but that did not matter in this war. Something occurred during the time period of 1822-1844 in which Hispaniola was apparently united. In 1843, a new war erupted which led to the establishment of the Dominican Republic. The whites may have coerced the blacks of Hispaniola to join them to fight the Anishinabe Army which controlled all of Hispaniola.
The 1843-1849 War
In 1843, a new war erupted on Hispaniola which would eventually establish the Dominican Republic. Supposedly it was the blacks who brought all of Hispaniola under their control during the 1822-1844 War. That is according to white historians. Most likely the 1822-1844 War, was the last Anishinabe military offensive to bring all of Hispaniola under their control. In 1843, the whites may have coerced the blacks of Hispaniola to fight the Anishinabe Army for control of Hispaniola. If that occurred, the whites obviously supplied the blacks with their weapons (the revolver) to fight the Anishinabe Army which included non Anishinabe Indians and blacks. By 1849, the better armed black Army had brought what is now Haiti under their control. Hispaniola was now divided. The Anishinabe Nation controlled most of Hispaniola (the Dominican Republic), while the blacks controlled Haiti.
The Dominican Restoration War 1863-1869
Knowing they now had a more terrifying weapon (the machine gun or gatlin gun), the whites once again attempted to force Anishinabe controlled the Dominican Republic, back under their control. For two years (1863-1865) widespread fighting occurred. Either the Anishinabek sought out the support of Haiti or the whites did. Most likely it was the whites who sought out the support of Haiti to launch military campaigns against the Dominican Republic. Haiti was actually forced by the whites to allow the whites to use Haiti as a base to war upon the Dominican Republic. In two years of fighting the whites were not capable of defeating the Dominican Republic. They withdrew from the war in 1865. Then Anishinabe soldiers were ordered by their ogimak (leaders) to bring Haiti under their control. They had accomplished that by 1869.
The 1914-1934 War
In 1914, the white confederation of Europe decided to once again invade Hispaniola. They sent white soldiers from the United States to the large island. They singled out both Haiti and the Dominican Republic to launch military campaigns against. They first brought the Dominican Republic under their control then Haiti. This war was an extremely long war which inflicted nemerous casualties. By 1934, the whites had brought all of Hispaniola back under white control. Since Hispaniola has a rugged terrain, it took the whites far longer to subdue Anishinabe controlled Hispaniola.