Lies About Slavery in the South

The lie about slavery in the South is as big a lie as the holocaust in Germany.  So let’s look at how the South’s resistance to slavery has been turned upside down by professional liars.

Louisiana Historical Quarterly has much information on the colonial period when New Orleans was a major city.  October 1936 reports the discovery in 1927 of ancient timbers from a fort abandoned in 1707 called Fort De La Bordage, suggesting probably earlier dates for establishment of New Orleans. This name refers to the Border forts, the ‘Rosary of Forts’ that were being built to protect the Settlers and the Indians from pirate raids.  The presence of this fort is reported by Iberville in September 1700.  It was located at the mouth of the Mississippi south of present day New Orleans and its purpose, as all forts, was to protect against English piracy.


The Pirate problem was the only problem.  There were no white men killing Indians, there was no genocide. Deal with it.

Burgess, in “Pirate’s Pact” writes of this period:

The Red Sea Pirates under the notorious Adam Baldridge…were based out of Madagascar.”  The Red Sea “was becoming increasingly unsafe” for the Pirates.  This was the result of their attack on the Sultan’s fleet in which the Pirates mutilated, raped and tortured passengers to find out the secret hiding places of their gold.  It was assumed that the Sultan’s navy sold them out in exchange for a share of the loot.  This prompted the Sultan to wage war on Pirates in the Red Sea and around India.

Adam Baldridge and his pirates “shifted hunting grounds” to the Caribbean, and the Atlantic coast, where these Red Sea pirates began harassing colonial trade…Now they remain in shoals and inlets sailing out in tiny sloops to harass and plunder…Neither large vessels or sailing skills were needed…These sea robbers were exemplified by that consummate scoundrel Edward Teach, Blackbeard. “


“…The Governors bestowed on the pirates their trust and sanction, and would expect to be compensated in return. It was the pirate’s patrons, the colonial governors, who through quiet accord and longstanding practice signaled the limits of crown law and the germination of a distinct Atlantic community. A community that would one day be known as the United States of America.”

“As the business of piracy became increasingly common and regulated, financed by local merchants [receivers of stolen goods, slave traders and rum runners] and controlled by local governments [the jailer and courts], the social dichotomy between pirates and governors disappeared. These were men often drawn from the same or similar classes [those who live by violence], whose daily life in the colonies brought them frequently into contact with one another.  The assumption that their relationship could only be monetary rests on the equally erroneous premise that their status in society differed substantially….No other social relationship could exist.”

They don’t like to use the word Jew, but they were all related through marriage.  Other research reveals that they were scandalously incestuous by custom, like many Arabs today, which is logical due to their Red Sea roots.


Millefort’s book even uses the term Craqueur for them, so it’s both Cracker and Quaker, and he describes them in detail as pretty horrible people. Their territory was small and limited to hidden places, from which they raided on sea and land.

For away in New Orleans, life was good.  Officially founded in 1718 by the French, six years later they enacted the anti-Pirate  Code Noir, or Black Code. This  “regulated the slave population, but also contained a clause expelling Jews from the territory” is how the Jewish Encyclopedia puts it, not mentioning that Jews were the only people engaged in the slave trade and in prostitution at the time, and this was common knowledge.

The Louisiana Historical Quarterly has an article that details how this so-called ‘regulation’ was actually the complete prohibition of the slave trade in Catholic New Orleans, making it a haven for free Blacks.  This prohibition against the slave trade was firmly in place until the West Indies Trading Company finally had it removed against the wishes of the white population, after the fraudulent Louisiana Purchase in 1803.  See the irony of using French Revolutionaries to support forcing the slave trade on the South, but it was all done with lies.

Details of this very important court case reveal that a traitorous Judge was in place.   The surveyor who laid out New Orleans was to have been paid with a grant of land on the West bank now known as Algiers, La.  The court case resulted in him losing this land to the West Indies Trading Company , where instead of the farm he had planned, the land was used for a slave market.  The  slave business in New Orleans was operated out of Whitehall by the Jewish Lords of Trade, and the reigning monarch, the Negress Queen Charlotte.

Highly idealized portrait, but she was known to be negro. Charlotte, North Carolina was named for this negro Queen of England.

The following few paragraphs are from an online version of Millefort’s Report, written by a Frenchman in America during this period. This journal helps debunk the deadly and false historical narrative of “Indian vs. White”.  Millefort writes of how the Settlers and Indians were dealing with the increasing Pirate Problem. This is the true narrative:

“…the chiefs of the Creeks…had gone down to Mobile and to New Orleans, to negotiate a peace with the French…The Creek Nation were delighted to have this opportunity to live on friendly terms. Shortly afterwards, the Nation had its opportunity to give particular affection for France, by consenting to the building of a fort by the French near the village of the Tasquiguy [Tuskegee, Alabama], at the junction of the two rivers which unite immediately below this village. The Creeks, the Alibamons, and the Tasquiguy joined with the French to help them construct it speedily.


The English Americans, who were alarmed by this construction, requested permission to build one also on the Auguichet River, twenty leagues to the west of Augusta, in the hinterland of Georgia; but they were refused permission. They asked the reason for it; they were answered in these terms: “The French were the first Europeans who made friends with us; we consider them as our fathers and our protectors, because they have never broken faith with us, nor taken advantage of the ease of their communications with the nation. You Englishmen, on the contrary, while giving us many gifts, demand, in return, each day further cessions of our lands, so that these gifts are very dearly bought.


When the French give us something, it is as a father to his children; they demand no remuneration; therefore, they will build forts as long as they wish, and we shall be pleased with them, because we consider them as means of defense for us.


As for you, we request you to speak to us no more about them. You are already too close to us, and you are like the fires we light every year in our forests in order to destroy the weeds; if we were not there to stop their progress, they would soon destroy everything. You would likewise overrun a great part of our land, or you would force us to drive you away entirely.


We advise you to be satisfied with what we have given you, and not to demand anything further.”

“Such an answer impressed the English Americans greatly and forced them to limit their pretentious claims because of the fear of drawing upon them the hostility of the Creek Nation, who, being protected at that time by the French, could have easily driven the English from all their possessions in this part of the continent.”


The next passage describes what sort of cultural practices the Indians gave up for Catholicism.  Customs such as cannibalism and torture were common when the French and Spanish first arrived. This is recorded by every traveler, not just a few.  The Virgin of Guadeloupe converted almost the entire Indian community to Catholicism in the land of the Aztecs in 1500’s, which probably saved them.  This was a very important turning point, and also indicates the very early settlement dates.

Millefort’s Chapter 46:

The Chikachas give up the custom of burying alive the wife of a warrior, when he dies.


“With regard to the Chikachas, of whom I have already spoken, and who live on the banks of the Yazau River, they are weakened so much that they could scarcely raise an army of six hundred men. About forty years ago this nation still had the horrible custom, when a warrior died, of burying his wife with him while she was still alive.”

Another passage describes a family relationship of Indian and European.  I have not identified exactly who this man is, but the situation is not all that unusual for the time:

Chapter 53:
How McGillivray is made Estechacko

Alexander McGillivray was the son of a Creek woman of the Wind family, a daughter of a French officer who formerly commanded Fort Toulouse near the Alibamons Nation. His father was a Scotchman who was engaged in the fur trade in the Creek Nation, where he came to know the mother of McGillivray whom he married, and by whom he had five children, two boys and three girls. As his business gave him very frequent contacts with these natives, he had learned their language perfectly.


In this country, all the children belong to the mother, and the father of McGillivray was obliged to obtain his wife’s permission to take his son, Alexander away to Charlestown where he had him given a very fine education.  Since his father had been able to win the friendship of the Natives, and since his mother was of the Wind family, the First Family of the nation, all these qualifications caused him to be received in a distinguished and friendly manner by all the chiefs of the nation.


Let’s see how “Anglo-Americans” and “English” were actually warring factions of Pirates, and possibly the Whigs and the Tories. 

The well-researched but slanted and pro-pirate book “The Pirates Pact”, by Douglas Burgess, page 263 describes the same period worldwide, from the pirate point of view.

The Turkish Pirates who worked the Red Sea had their alliance with the illegitimate children of the new illegitimate monarchies of Post Catholic Europe.  This is what led to the gradual transformation of The Pirates into The Government.

Confounding Fathers in the Pirate Coves

The personal relationship between Pirate and Governor cannot be overestimated” concludes Burgess. 

All of the Signers of the Constitution have their roots in this relationship of people who were a constant threat to the productive class then, as now.

Millefort’s Report explains how the Pirates managed to pose as our leaders in Europe, by lying and taking credit for accomplishments of their enemies, the French settlers. 

This should make it clear that the corporate entity called the United States Of America was a project of the enemies of the settlers, organized criminals who had been rejected by the Natives in favor of the French Catholic settlers who treated them well. However, the territory claimed by the United States has always been mostly composed of enterprising and intelligent people far removed from government.

The Constitution was written by and for people who lived by violence against the Settlers and the Indians.  The signers simply lied about everything.

Burgess points out:  “Consider for example, how closely tied were…pirates like Benjamin Fletcher, Lord Bellemont, Frederick Phillipse or William Kidd to the prevailing parties in power at Whitehall.  The century long tussle between Whig and Tory created an almost comical state of affairs wherein the pirate patrons of one party could be excoriated by those of the other and vice versa, giving the false appearance of opposition to piracy…Piracy and pirates themselves were constantly caught in the crosshairs of party faction, an unavoidable consequence of the patron-protégé relationship.”

Washington was not the center of anything for the settlers at the time. New Orleans, Quebec and St. Louis were the important cities.

There are no records of transient Jewish traders in New Orleans until the arrival of Isaac Rodrigues Monsanto in 1757.

He and his family were Dutch Sephardic Jews who had settled in Curaçao. As Jews, they had to sneak in to settle in New Orleans. This is the Turo family who pretended to be Catholic and who sold out the South in the Civil War. The pirate name Tew is likely Turo, or Tureau, and may be the source of the name Trudeau who is now giving Canadian army bases to Muslim Jihadis as I write.  There is a giant star of David stained glass window in their supposedly Catholic Church in downtown New Orleans.
In 1769, the Monsanto family, fled to Pensacola, then an English territory, but soon snuck back in again. 

After the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, the dissolution of the Code Noir was finally forced. In New Orleans the Jewish slave traders were able to get their revenge against the Catholics, holding an execution in the open town square and confiscating property in the By-Water downriver from New Orleans.  The confiscated plantation home still exists on River Road. The widow of the executed man was deprived of her home for the crime of prohibiting the slave trade and for coining silver and gold instead of using paper money. 

Here is Millefort’s background to that situation in New Orleans:

Chapter 11:


“The Spanish government sent five hundred thousand gold coins every year to New Orleans for the expenses of the colony. These piasters came from Havana every six months, at the rate of two hundred and fifty thousand. In the interval between the arrival of the galleons, money was rather scarce; in order to make up for the deficiency the Governor and the Intendant had obtained from the king of Spain permission to issue paper money which they sold for silver; the circulation of this paper caused that of silver to disappear, and considerable depreciation always resulted from this.”

“I have seen this paper lose 75 to 80 percent of its value, and I can affirm that in I783 it lost 85 percent of its value. When the paper was in this manner depreciated, the Governor and the Intendant had it bought up for themselves; and upon the arrival of the galleons, of which they were informed in advance, for the date was not always the same, it went up again to its nominal value, or lost very little.”

“Then they would put it back in circulation, and in this way would make enormous gains. The settlers, seeing themselves robbed in this manner of the fruits of their labor, neglected farming and commerce which were almost ruined by this speculating. Complaints were lodged at the court of Spain; and the king, having been informed of them, recalled the Intendant and the Governor, and replaced both of them by the Baron de Carondellet, who had the title of General Commander, Protector and Intendant of Louisiana [Territory] and of the two Florida [Territories].”

The subject of who exactly is the Baron de Carondelet will be dealt with in another article.  This is very important to know, since he was actually  one of the first great Presidents of the what is now the United States and Canada. By switching to silver and gold coin, establishing a mint in New Orleans, by being a good President, he also established himself and his progeny as perpetual enemies of the Jews to this day.

Millefort continues:

‘I shall not leave this subject without giving an idea of the administration of this righteous man whose frankness and integrity I have come to know through many personal experiences.

Chapter 12: 
Administration of the Baron de Carondellet

This new Governor had no sooner arrived when he perceived the pernicious effect of the paper money which was paralyzing everything. He suppressed it, and by means of this suppression forced the circulation of silver. Commerce recovered its strength immediately; the settlers resumed their planting and engaged in every possible kind of business operation.

They led tranquil and happy lives under the wise and moderate administration of Baron de Carondellet, until 1793, the date of the declaration of war between France and Spain. At this time, the certain members of the community, having become aware of the revolutionary movements which had taken place in France, tried to stir up trouble in the colony. This compelled the governor to show severity toward those he could not bring back to peaceful ways by kindness and persuasion. There were many of them who left the colony and went to the United States.


Their return and revenge was the Louisiana Purchase, a blatantly illegal sale  of Catholic French Territory to the Jews and Pirates illegally presenting themselves to the world as official representatives of the people of the Louisiana Territory.

After the sale, the people of New Orleans were made to suffer, their French language was outlawed overnight, they were thus defrauded of their property, later assigned an insulting historical identity and then just erased from history.  This is punishment for those who interfere with their precious slave trade, and this humiliation was meant to be an example to the community. 

Governor Claiborne was their tool, and so with the Louisiana Purchase, the slave trade was forced upon the Deep South, one of the oldest and most civilized cities on the American continent, by Red Sea pirates empowered by Napoleon in Europe, who was financed by Jews in England, using Chinese money from the enforced opium trade.

However, the difficulty in communication favored the fraudsters.  That situation has changed.

Judah Touro arrived in New Orleans the year 1802.  After the 1803 Louisiana Purchase, the pirate sponsors poured in.  Ezekiel Salomon, son of the American Revolution “patriot” Haym Salomon, became a governor of the United States Bank in New Orleans from 1816 to 1821. Two more Jews who later achieved high position settled in the city in 1828: Judah P. *Benjamin, Vice President and Secretary of State of the Confederacy, and his cousin, Henry M. Hyams, later lieutenant governor of Louisiana.

The Jews were doing their dirty in a Catholic town, ever the same strategy, blaming their own corruption on “Louisiana”, the victim.  They eliminated the use of gold and silver and started working on the next war.

The facts reveal the enormity of the lie and precisely how enemies are pit against each other if the lies are believed.  This is how a small group of bandits took over Russia, and it is the meaning of Bolshevism.

Possible Family Connections

On page 258 of Pirate’s Pact, appears the name Adam Baldridge, a pirate king.  Adam is a common name in the early days of The United States, and in the early days of Red Sea piracy.  Adam usually has last names that are variations on Whitehall: Whitehouse, Weishaupt, and Weissman in both American history, piracy and Freemasonry.  It can be found in the genealogies of Alexandre Beauharnoise.

Here is the origin of their mock government and mock courts that we are so fed up with today, according to Burgess:

 “Teach and his confreres…frequently reveled in their criminal status.  They held mock trials in which one would stand as the accused, another as judge and the remainder as prosecution defense and jury. Pirates view themselves as standing apart from, not within colonial society. “I am a free prince, Captain Edward Low declares in Daniel Defoe’s account. “and have as much authority to make war on the whole world as he who has a hundred sail of ships and an army of a hundred thousand men in the field.”


“Pirates…drew up ‘pirate Articles’, constitutions that delineated each man’s role, responsibilities, and rights within the pirate band.”


Pirates Pact:

“Among the most notorious of the 18th century pirates was North Carolina’s Governor Eden, close friend of pirate Blackbeard. Francis Nicholson of Virginia had changed posts and now served as acting governor of Nova Scotia, but his successor, Alexander Spotswood, was a man of much the same stamp.  It was Spotswood we may recall, who commissioned Lieutenant Maynard to track down Blackbeard and destroy him.”

Their names can be matched up with the scoundrel names in Canadian history of the same period: Bigot, Cadet, VaudeReil.  Reil is the name of the town where Josephine is buried, where her house, the Mal Maison was located and where she suddenly went from rags to riches around this time.

Blackbeard’s surname matches with that of Josephine.  He is called Edward Teach or Thatcher.  She was born Rose Tascher de la Pagerie on June 23rd, 1763 in Trois-Islets, Martinique, French West Indies. She is the daughter of Joseph Gaspard de Tascher de la Pagerie, and Rose Claire des Vergers de Sannois.  Sannois is probably Sansoon, of Jewish Opium trade fame. This Jewish family had brothels and opium dens through which they took control of China which led to the Communist government that afflicts China today. They use North Korea as a gateway for drugs flowing world-wide.  These were typical businesses for these families, all based out of London.

Josephine was only sixteen years old when she married Alexandre François Marie de Beauharnais, associated with the sale of one of the forts. She had two children which he didn’t claim as his own.  After Rose’s marriage to Napoleon, her son, Eugene, was named Viceroy of Italy, and her daughter, Hortense, married Louis Bonaparte and was the mother of Emperor Napoleon III.

The Beauharnois separated and Beauharnois was guillotined in 1794, and Marie-Josephe-Rose is said to have passed near the beheading. She was next in line, but got away. The more I learn about pirates and slave trading, the more it becomes clear that the guillotined were mostly deserving of the punishment. Most of the trials were for real acts of treason and corruption, people were angry at Beauharnois for having sold the fort, which may have been the one at Beau Pre in Nova Scotia, or it may have been another one, but slavery was part of their income.

If the father of Josephine was the Pirate Teach/Thatcher/Blackbeard, and she marries the illegitimate descendant of the illegitimate Louis XIV, then the mystery unravels.  The family relationships with the Sassoon family, slave and opium trading, piracy…makes sense that they would simply continue in those businesses as if it’s the most normal thing in the world.

False historical narratives, hidden originals and false translations are designed to protect the guilty.  The first people who need to be freed are the innocent who are unjustly held in a prison of lies.  That’s us.

Facts need can be checked by local ‘boots on the ground’ in this information war.  If we aren’t willing to research the facts, then we should at least admit that we don’t know and not repeat lies or listen to them, especially in schools and media.










4 thoughts on “Lies About Slavery in the South





    1. Yes, interesting comment. The Queen Charlotte that I wrote about was wife to King George III of Britain during the so-called American Revolution. It’s possible that what you say is true about any past portrait. I’ve also seen the hawk nose added to old Catholic portraits that are posted on the internet. There is a huge army of tax-payer funded liars, spies and trolls that outnumber the few of us who speak truth by up to a million to one. The Black Supremacists are working full time with their delusional version of history, and it’s a fact that Queen Mary of Scotland had red frizzy hair and very white skin, and so it was a trait of the Catholic Monarchs. However, the city of Charlotte, North Carolina gives us a clue. North Carolina differed from South Carolina in that the northern section was Pirate territory, along with Virginia and all territories northward, since this was originally French Catholic territory that was traded away during the Richelieu era. The best way to figure out who is who is to note the absence of Christian symbolism in official portraits.




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