Pirate System

When heathen gradually came to occupy old England, living in houses, then cases of necromancy, cannibalism and child abuse emerge in the courts. This with hints of bribery of judges, are recounted in this video about a house called Samlesbury.

Next are excerpts from a book that goes into great detail about pirates, entitled:

THE BUCCANEERS IN THE WEST INDIES IN THE XVII CENTURY

C.H. HARING

WITH TEN MAPS AND ILLUSTRATIONS

METHUEN & CO. LTD.
36 ESSEX STREET W.C.
LONDON

First Published in 1910

https://www.gutenberg.org/files/19139/19139-h/19139-h.htm#index-monck-george

This book was written for pirates because it flatters them, and it’s certainly written by pirates in academia, because who else is allowed in. In this research we learn, in the footnotes, such details as this, with cannibalism strongly hinted at:

The cruelties of the buccaneers at Porto Bello are confirmed by a letter from John Style to the Secretary of State, complaining of the disorder and injustice reigning in Jamaica. He writes: “It is a common thing among the privateers, besides burning with matches and such like slight torments, to cut a man in pieces, first some flesh, then a hand, an arm, a leg, sometimes tying a cord about his head and with a stick twisting it till the eyes shot out, which is called ‘woolding.’ Before taking Puerto Bello, thus some were used, because they refused to discover a way into the town which was not, and many in the town because they would not discover wealth they knew not of. A woman there was by some set bare upon a baking stone and roasted because she did not confess of money which she had only in their conceit; this he heard some declare with boasting, and one that was sick confess with sorrow.” (C.S.P. Colon., 1669-74, No. 138.)


Pirates in academia refer to rival pirates by “nationality” which is highly misleading. In other words, they try to present to us the fiction that there are French pirates, English pirates, Spanish pirates, etc. Then the academics leave out the word ‘pirate’ as a qualifier. They generally conflate the warring parties, attempting to confuse the student of history because these history books are basically crime coverups. This makes the historical account very confusing, on purpose. Generally speaking, the Freemason academics use the word “Spaniard” to mean Catholic, but not always.

During the 1600’s, piracy resulted in an enormous transfer of wealth to pirates and pirate kings who “commissioned” them and shared the loot. Governors took turns between piracy and government, because pirates need a peer on which to offload their stolen property, including humans. Only a governor could allow this, getting a cut for himself, and the town people are happy to get quality stolen items at bargain prices. This is the system under which we still operate today. Official News Pirates give us news that is always bad for us and good for them, and they pretend to be outraged at the injustice. But they really love it that way.

Many great mansions were built by pirates in England during the 1600’s. Their portraits are usually sissified and gay, the men are effeminate, their clothes gaudy and overdone. That’s how you know that they’re pirates.

Any efforts by Catholic merchants and kings to develop commerce in the Americas was destroyed by pirates calling themselves “Lutherans”. They returned to Protestant England to be Knighted.

It was this commerce, which we have noticed at such length, that the buccaneers of the West Indies in the seventeenth century came to regard as their legitimate prey.

These “corsarios Luteranos,” as the Spaniards sometimes called them, scouring the coast of the Main from Venezuela to Cartagena, hovering about the broad channel between Cuba and Yucatan, or prowling in the Florida Straits, became the nightmare of Spanish seamen. Like a pack of terriers they hung upon the skirts of the great unwieldy fleets, ready to snap up any unfortunate vessel which a tempest or other accident had separated from its fellows.

This is how ships were captured, at night, very sneaky…

When Thomas Gage was sailing in the galleons from Porto Bello to Cartagena in 1637, four buccaneers hovering near them carried away two merchant-ships under cover of darkness. As the same fleet was departing from Havana, just outside the harbour two strange vessels appeared in their midst, and getting to the windward of them singled out a Spanish ship which had strayed a short distance from the rest, suddenly gave her a broadside and made her yield. The vessel was laden with sugar and other goods to the value of 80,000 crowns. The Spanish vice-admiral and two other galleons gave chase, but without success, for the wind was against them. The whole action lasted only half an hour.31

The quality of the merchandise indicates the quality of life in the Americas at that time:

From the beginning of the seventeenth century as many as 200 ships sailed each year from Portugal with rich cargoes of silks, cloths and woollens intended for Spanish America.35 The Portuguese bought these articles of the Flemish, English, and French, loaded them at Lisbon and Oporto, ran their vessels to Brazil and up the La Plata as far as navigation permitted, and then transported the goods overland through Paraguay and Tucuman to Potosi and even to Lima.

Port Royal is mentioned often as a pirate haven, and the only Port Royal at that time was in Nova Scotia, not the Carolinas.

In this next passage, the pirate author of this 100 year old book attempts to blame “Spain” and Catholic government for it’s inability to protect itself against the hordes of Protestant pirates that existed at that time. Reading this twisting of the truth demonstrates that lying propaganda is nothing new. Generations of educators have inculcated a total pirate mentality into advanced studies and this is how lunatics are still manufactured in high schools universities today. Thus, a large supply of brainwashed, flipped out mercenaries are delivered to pirate governments everywhere for use as cannon fodder and medical test subjects.

In this passage, the pirate writer is outraged that honest people have the nerve to think that they have any right to safety, free trade or freedom of worship. Piracy is a a brutal doctrine prettied up with an educated lingo, trying to blame the destruction of commerce on the Catholic Church, rather than the theft, murder, terrorism and destruction of cities caused by lunatic pirates. This is an example of educational narcissism which justifies and glorifies preying on honest people and disrupting fair trade.

“…their colonies, in an economic policy which was fatally inconsistent with their powers and resources, saw their commerce gradually extinguished by the ships of the foreign interloper, and their tropical possessions fall a prey to marauding bands of half-piratical buccaneers. Although struggling under tremendous initial disabilities in Europe, they had attempted, upon the slender pleas of prior discovery and papal investiture, to reserve half the world to themselves.

To settle into a place and be productive is an outrage to this pirate academic. To “reserve” a place for living in safety is taken as a direct challenge to pirate supremacy. Anyone daring to be prosperous is a challenge to a any particular pirate. They will simply not tolerate happiness. I know people who are like this.

Notice how the pirate mentality operates. The possibility of gaining wealth in any way other than stealing it, is simply inconceivable.

The policy of the marauders was simple. The treasure which oiled the machinery of Spanish policy came from the Indies where it was accumulated; hence there were only two means of obtaining possession of it:—bold raids on the ill-protected American continent, and the capture of vessels en route.38 The counter policy of the Spaniards was also two-fold:—on the one hand, the establishment of commerce by means of annual fleets protected by a powerful convoy; on the other, the removal of the centres of population from the coasts to the interior of the country far from danger of attack.39 The Spaniards in America, however, proved to be no match for the bold, intrepid mariners who disputed their supremacy. 


When I meet any random person, I have to deal with the possibility that they have this flipped script ingrained into their very being. You can see here how false accusations about long distant past atrocities that actually didn’t happen, or else the crimes were perpetrated by pirates, and this is used by as justification to seriously injure or destroy someone in the present. For example, in this passage, the word Spaniard can refer to either a Catholic or a Pirate, but in propaganda such as the following, it isn’t specified, on purpose. According to this narrative, pirates are heaven sent to rid the world of the enemy which is Roman Catholic civilization.

The Spaniards, ever since the days of the Dominican monk and bishop, Las Casas, had been reprobated as the heartless oppressors and murderers of the native Indians. The original owners of the soil had been dispossessed and reduced to slavery. In the West Indies, the great islands, Cuba and Hispaniola, were rendered desolate for want of inhabitants. Two great empires, Mexico and Peru, had been subdued by treachery, their kings murdered, and their people made to suffer a {33}living death in the mines of Potosi and New Spain.

Such was the Protestant Englishman’s conception, in the sixteenth century, of the results of Spanish colonial policy. To avenge the blood of these innocent victims, and teach the true religion to the survivors, was to glorify the Church militant and strike a blow at Antichrist. Spain, moreover, in the eyes of the Puritans, was the lieutenant of Rome, the Scarlet Woman of the Apocalypse, who harried and burnt their Protestant brethren whenever she could lay hands upon them. That she was eager to repeat her ill-starred attempt of 1588 and introduce into the British Isles the accursed Inquisition was patent to everyone. Protestant England, therefore, filled with the enthusiasm and intolerance of a new faith, made no bones of despoiling the Spaniards, especially as the service of God was likely to be repaid with plunder.

So now we know what burning cities, slow roasting a woman alive and making a man’s eyes pop out for fun was a Protestant reformation thing. The actual Inquisition was actually a trial concerning piracy, according to this research. Pirates were determined to control America from an early date.

“…Philip II. and Queen Elizabeth, in personal more than National concerns, we do owe that start of hers in letting loose upon him, and encouraging those daring adventurers, Drake, Hawkins, Rawleigh, the Lord Clifford and many other braves that age produced, who, by their privateering and bold undertaking (like those the buccaneers practise) now opened the way to our discoveries, and succeeding settlements in America.”42

After stealing Catholic Church property in England under the Protestant so called Reformation, the pirates were able to fit out ships and gather a large army which set about destroying cities all over the world.

In the autumn of 1585 Drake was again in command of a formidable armament intended against the West Indies. Supported by 2000 troops under General Carleill, and by Martin Frobisher and Francis Knollys in the fleet, he took and plundered San Domingo, and after occupying Cartagena for six weeks ransomed the city for 110,000 ducats. 

With the seventeenth century began a new era in the history of the West Indies. If in the sixteenth the {46}English, French and Dutch came to tropical America as piratical intruders into seas and countries which belonged to others, in the following century they came as permanent colonisers and settlers. 

There is no doubt that Pirates succeed in this goal.

Robert Rich, Earl of Warwick, was created admiral of the fleet by order of Parliament in March 1642, and although removed by Charles I. was reinstated by Parliament on 1st July.

This next line makes it very clear that everyone who is not a pirate, is the common foe of all pirates. They want us all dead, still.

Every Spanish (pirate) prize brought into Tortuga, moreover, was an incitement to fresh adventure against the common foe.

This is how the FTX and stolen tax money is handled by them:

“They observe among themselves very good orders. For in the prizes they take it is severely prohibited to everyone to usurp anything in particular to themselves. Hence all they take is equally divided, according to what has been said before. Yea, they make a solemn oath to each other not to abscond or conceal the least thing they find amongst the prey.

Cromwell’s expedition, consisting of 2500 men and a considerable fleet, set sail from England in December 1654, with the secret object of “gaining an interest” in that part of the West Indies in possession of the Spaniards. Admiral Penn commanded the fleet, and General Venables the land forces.119 

The expedition reached Barbadoes at the end of January, where some 4000 additional troops were raised, {86}besides about 1200 from Nevis, St. Kitts, and neighbouring islands. The commanders having resolved to direct their first attempt against Hispaniola, on 13th April a landing was effected at a point to the west of San Domingo, and the army, suffering terribly from a tropical sun and lack of water, marched thirty miles through woods and savannahs to attack the city.

The (pirate) army of General Venables was composed of very inferior and undisciplined troops, mostly the rejected of English regiments or the offscourings of the West Indian colonies; 

Pirates hate Romans, which is what we are.

He inherited from the Puritans of Elizabeth’s time the traditional religious hatred of Spain as the bulwark of Rome, and in his mind as in theirs the overthrow of the Spaniards in the West Indies was a blow at antichrist and an extension of the true religion. The religious ends of the expedition were fully impressed upon Venables and his successors in Jamaica.122 Second only, however, to Oliver’s desire to protect “the people of God,” was his ambition to extend England’s empire beyond the seas. 

Now with England ruled by pirates in the mid 1600’s, we have such brilliant proclamations as:

In August 1656 the Council of State issued an order for the apprehension of all lewd and dangerous persons, rogues, vagrants and other idlers who had no way of livelihood and refused to work, to be transported by contractors to the English plantations in America;225 and in June 1661 the Council for Foreign Plantations appointed a committee to consider the same matter.226 Complaints were often made that children and apprentices were “seduced or spirited away” from their parents and masters and concealed upon ships sailing for the colonies; and an office of {127}registry was established to prevent this abuse.227 

Notice that this place Port Royal was actually in Nova Scotia, this fact is always obfuscated in the history books for a reason. The reason being that they now want to steal the identities of the previous inhabitants of Nova Scotia, who they murdered or harassed away. Due to the repeated piracy that is well documented, the original inhabitants of many coastal towns had to move inland. From what I’ve read, there was regret for not destroying the fort at Port Royal before leaving, because it gave the pirates a stronghold which held many captured slaves.

The whole coastline had been destroyed by pirates, all over the Americas. They built nothing. So the so-called Acadians who arrived in Louisiana in the mid 1700’s were pirates still, finally removed from their captured stronghold at Port Royal by Catholic armies. Thus we have the roots of the deep racial hatred that Pirates have for Catholics. It’s clear that Protestant and Pirate is one and the same. The word Christian does not apply to Protestant groups. The only true Christians are the Catholic Orthodox Traditional one true Church. No changes allowed.

Now back to our educated pirate and his glossing over of what scumbags they are;

Privateering opened a channel by which these disorderly spirits, impatient of the sober and laborious life of the planter, found an employment agreeable to their tastes. An example had been set by the plundering expeditions sent out by Fortescue, Brayne and Doyley, and when these naval excursions ceased, the sailors and others who had taken part in them fell to robbing on their private account. Sir Charles Lyttleton, we have seen, zealously defended and encouraged the freebooters; and Long, the historian of Jamaica, justified their existence on the ground that many traders were attracted to the island by the plunder with which Port Royal was so abundantly stocked, and that the prosperity of the colony was founded upon the great demand for provisions for the outfit of the privateers. 

By all accounts, the population of the fortified cities had been reduced, making them easy to capture. There are indications that the governors simply sold the cities in exchange for a cut of the stolen property and captured humans. The people were forced to provision their captors and prepare them for the next attack against their own friends and allies. Just like our money is sent to Ukraine. Nothing has changed since then, so far.

at Porto Bello, as well as in Cuba, levies were being made for an attack upon Jamaica, 


“On the 24th of February of the year 1671,313 Captain Morgan departed from the city of Panama, or rather from the place where the said city of Panama did stand. Of the spoils whereof he carried with him one hundred and seventy-five beasts of carriage, laden with silver, gold and other precious things, besides 600 prisoners, more or less, between men, women, children and slaves.

That day they came unto a river that passeth through a delicious campaign field, at the distance of a league from Panama. Here Captain Morgan put all his forces into good order of martial array in such manner that the prisoners were in the middle of the camp, surrounded on all sides with Pirates. At which present conjuncture nothing else was to be heard but lamentations, cries, shrieks and doleful sighs, of so many women and children, who were persuaded Captain Morgan designed to transport them all, and carry them into his own country for slaves.

Captain Morgan is a complete lunatic who ended up being Knighted in England and given a position in government after this.

Besides that, among all those miserable prisoners, there was extreme hunger and thirst endured at that time. Which hardship and misery Captain Morgan designedly caused them to sustain, with intent to excite them more earnestly to seek for money wherewith to ransom themselves, according to the tax he had set upon every one.

Many of the women begged of Captain Morgan upon their knees, with infinite sighs and tears, he would permit them to return unto Panama, there to live in company of their dear husbands and children, in little huts of straw which they would erect, seeing they had no houses until the rebuilding of the city.

But his answer was: he came not thither to hear lamentations and cries, but rather to seek money. Therefore, they ought to seek out for that {193}in the first place, wherever it were to be had, and bring it to him, otherwise he would assuredly transport them all to such places whither they cared not to go….

Reading these details of exactly what a pirate attack was like, reminds me that this scenario has been reported many times over a thousand years. Looking at the remaining castles around the world, we know that they were built for protection against this criminally insane culture . I’ve read reports that entire towns committed suicide rather than expose themselves to these monsters who prey on their own species. Though I suppose they gradually have morphed into a subspecies. It was the Roman armies that fought against Piracy and allowed for international trade. Today, descendants of those Romans are operating the attack drones seen in the previous post. The art of war, it’s a Roman specialty. The Ukrainian army is fighting WWI. It’s in the DNA of Romans to develop ways to disempower pirates with great efficacy, in spite of being outnumbered.

Here we learn how Captain Morgan made off with all the plunder after demolishing the city and taking 600 prisoners mostly women and children.

On 6th March 1671, Morgan, after demolishing the fort and other edifices at Chagre and spiking all the guns, got secretly on board his own ship, if we are to believe Exquemelin, and followed by only three or four vessels of the fleet, returned to Port Royal.

Similar to the mercenaries in the war videos I recently posted, these pirates, after destroying the city, they realize that they don’t have food and supplies for the voyage home, or anyone to treat wounds. Their promised loot has been stolen by Captain Morgan.

The rest of the fleet scattered, most of the ships having “much ado to find sufficient victuals and provisions for their voyage to Jamaica.” At the end of August not more than ten vessels of the original thirty-six had made their way back to the English colony.

Read how this educated writer glorifies the destruction of cities as a “dream” come true. Their hatred of Catholics and any civilized people is something that definitely crosses the line of mental health.

Morgan, with very inadequate means, accomplished a feat which had been the dream of Drake and other English sailors for a century or more, and which Admiral Vernon in 1741 with a much greater armament feared even to attempt. For display of remarkable leadership and reckless bravery the expedition against Panama has never been surpassed. Its brilliance was only clouded by the cruelty and rapacity of the victors—a force levied without pay and little discipline, and unrestrained, if not encouraged, in brutality by Morgan himself.

…accusation against Morgan, of avarice and dishonesty in the division of the spoil amongst his followers, is, unfortunately for the admiral’s reputation, too well substantiated. Richard Browne, the surgeon-general of the fleet, estimated the plunder at over £70,000 “besides other rich goods,” of which the soldiers were miserably cheated, each man receiving but £10 as his share. At Chagre, he writes, the leaders gave what they pleased “for which … we must be content {196}or else be clapped in irons.”

The governor protects Morgan:

The wronged seamen were loud in their complaints against Morgan, Collier and the other captains for starving, cheating and deserting them; but so long as Modyford was governor they could obtain no redress. The commanders “dared but seldom appear,” writes Browne, “the widows, orphans and injured inhabitants who had so freely advanced upon the hopes of a glorious design, being now ruined through fitting out the privateers.”316 The Spaniards reckoned their whole loss at 6,000,000 crowns.317

Indeed Morgan, the buccaneer, was soon in high favour at the dissolute court of Charles II., and when in January 1674 the Earl of Carlisle was chosen Governor of Jamaica, Morgan was selected as his deputy347—an act which must have entirely neutralized in Spanish Councils the effect of his arrest a year and a half earlier. Lord Carlisle, however, did not go out to Jamaica until 1678, and meanwhile in April a commission to be governor was issued to Lord Vaughan,348 and several months later another to Morgan as lieutenant-governor.349 

Captain Morgan received an English Knighthood under the Protestant King Charles II. He’s sent back to the islands now to serve in government.

Morgan, whom the king in the meantime had knighted, sailed ahead of Vaughan, apparently in defiance of the governor’s orders, and although shipwrecked on the Isle la Vache, reached Jamaica a week before his superior.350 It seems that Sir Thomas Modyford {206}sailed for Jamaica with Morgan,

On to the Pacific Coast, this is what the history books call the “discovery of America”:

The buccaneers who, after plundering Porto Bello, crossed the Isthmus of Darien to the South Seas, had a remarkable history. For eighteen months they cruised up and down the Pacific coast of South America, burning and plundering Spanish towns, giving and taking hard blows with equal courage, keeping the Spanish provinces of Equador, Peru and Chili in a fever of apprehension, finally sailing the difficult passage round Cape Horn, and returning to the Windward Islands in January of 1682. 

Now I’m the late 1600’s these Protestant reformists are increasing in number. It’s funny that the author is claiming that pirates are holding trials and executions at Port Royal, their own fort.

. In spite of the frequent trials and executions at Port Royal, the marauders seemed to be as numerous as ever, and even more troublesome. Private trade with the Spaniards was hindered; runaway servants, debtors and other men of unfortunate or desperate condition were still, by every new success of the buccaneers, drawn from the island to swell their ranks; and most of all, men who were now outlawed in Jamaica, driven to desperation turned pirate altogether, and began to wage war indiscriminately on the ships of all nationalities, including those of the English.

One of the founding fathers, Thomas Paine is a deviant based out of the Bahamas.

The Bahamas, however, were a favourite resort for pirates and other men of desperate character, and Lilburne soon discovered that his place was no sinecure. He found it difficult moreover to refrain from hostilities against a neighbour who used every opportunity to harm and plunder his colony. In March 1683, a former privateer named Thomas Pain439 had entered into a conspiracy with four other captains, who were then fishing for silver at the wreck, to seize St. Augustine in Florida. 

Protestant is not Christian:

“…and so long as they confined themselves to His Catholic Majesty’s ships and settlements, they had trusted in the immunity…”

Now that we live during a time of Pirate Supremacy, so much so that they’ve completely flipped the script on many generations of people, we can only guess what life might be like without this degenerate cult lording it over us. Notice how they refuse to use the word Catholic to describe who lived in and built the now destroyed towns.

And for the Spaniards the record of the buccaneers had been a terrible one. Between the years 1655 and 1671 alone, the corsairs had sacked eighteen cities, four towns and more than thirty-five villages—Cumana once, Cumanagote twice, Maracaibo and Gibraltar twice, Rio de la Hacha five times, Santa Marta three times, Tolu eight times, Porto Bello once, Chagre twice, Panama once, Santa Catalina twice, Granada in Nicaragua twice, Campeache three times, St. Jago de Cuba once, and other towns and villages in Cuba and Hispaniola for thirty leagues inland innumerable times.

And this fearful tale of robbery and outrage does not {268}embrace the various expeditions against Porto Bello, Campeache, Cartagena and other Spanish ports made after 1670. The Marquis de Barinas in 1685 estimated the losses of the Spaniards at the hands of the buccaneers since the accession of Charles II. to be sixty million crowns; and these figures covered merely the destruction of towns and treasure, without including the loss of more than 250 merchant ships and frigates.528

 If the losses and suffering of the Spaniards had been terrible, the advantages accruing to the invaders, or to the colonies which received and supported them, scarcely compensated for the effort it cost them. Buccaneering had denuded Jamaica of its bravest men, lowered the moral tone of the island, and retarded the development of its natural resources.

It was estimated that there were lost to the island between 1668 and 1671, in the designs against Tobago, Curaçao, Porto Bello, Granada and Panama, about 2600 men,529 which was a large number for a new and very weak colony surrounded by powerful foes. Says the same writer later on: “People have not married, built or settled as they would in time of peace—some for fear of being destroyed, others have got much suddenly by privateers bargains and are gone. War carries away all freemen, labourers and planters of provisions, which makes work and victuals dear and scarce. Privateering encourages all manner of disorder and dissoluteness; and if it succeed, does but enrich the worst sort of people and provoke and alarm the Spaniards.”530

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