The animal exploiter seems Black, he does not have a water reservoir where he rears animals and water supply is being restricted, as yearly. Then trucks are supposed to bring water to those in need because no water is coming out of taps. They did not, he could not afford to bring the animals enough water from his home elsewhere. They died of thirst. Now commenters are sounding anti-Black singling out the responsibility of the exploiter. And this whole thing may fuel tacit or overt anti-Blackness.
The question, instead of being simplistic, is why the water was not delivered until after the death of the animals? If he gets compensated, is it a small price to pay to help fuel anti-Blackness in the country?
Animal exploitation (though this is a low-risk industry by design with all the subsidies) thus fuels anti-blackness, with the help of the media.
And I will add, for the sake of simplistic thinkers who may pin this on politics, a long overdue critique of PMSD leader X. L. Duval. XLD has been criticised on some obvious PMSD nepotism for the Festival International Kreol.
But here is what no one dared say, to my knowledge: He went on a ramble about having read a book on a French slaveholder we all know (that he and others respect), he mentioned it to 1. bring up that a slave’s name was Duval and claim Black ancestry through that odd ‘find’ and 2. to emphasize good treatment of the slave by the slaveowner when the former was injured. He pointed out something along the lines of, don’t be surprised and in Africa it was often Black Africans who sold others as slaves. This was all a big part of his opening speech of a Black Islander Festival. And it’s all good because anti-Blackness is all fine and dandy here.