Napoleon told the Africans of Haiti that he understood their plight. Did he? Explain
No,he did not understand their problem because if he had, then he would have put an end to the slavedom they were living in, right away. Napoleon just used the Africans for his own good cause, and never gave them anything in return, when they did the job for him. He didn't care about others, but himself.
If this doesn't make sense, then please change it around. I had some problems with the wordings, so don't mind changing them if they don't make sense,thanks.
Socials - Ms. Sue, Friday, November 6, 2009 at 11:01pm
This is a good answer.
Socials - Sara, Friday, November 6, 2009 at 11:10pm
thank you Ms. Sue:-)
Socials - Madi Lowe, Wednesday, April 29, 2015 at 9:43pm
He certainly did not at all. Instead of promising them freedom, he ended up using them for his own personal advantage and failed to "keep similar promises with the Italians and the Germans" which is proof that he never went through with his original plans. It's not like he didn't care about them, it's just that he was unable to put himself in their shoes and if he was really passionate about abolishing slavery, he would have instead of a few countries. Considering his power, it was in the realm of possibility.