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Sunday, December 2, 2012

The Birth of a Nation from an existing one

Egotistical Superiority

Northern and Southern people don't hate each other. The hate is in specific extremist minorities in Northern Ireland. Half the population is Catholic and the other half is Protestant. Catholics usually prefer to be categorized as Irish and Nationalist (or more extremists as Republican), while Protestants usually prefer to be categorized as British and Unionist (or more extremists as Loyalist). This friction was created by Britain and ironically, the Irish can't fix it.

In what was to become Northern Ireland, the lands of the independent Catholic Gaelic nobility were confiscated and given to Protestant settlers from England and Scotland. This is similar to what Truman, Britain and the United Nations did when they imperialistically took Palestinian land and gave it to Jews for the creation of Israel.

England, as usual, screwed up Ireland when they intervened in that nation and couldn't win the southern area. England then shipped in Scotts to Northern Ireland to help cement English control. The resulting killings and extremism--because of English politics and religion--still leaves the nation divided. Divide, create chaos and conquer.
Britain has screwed up many nations with their imperialism and trying to inflict their culture and language upon the conquered nations. Spain has done the same thing. Most people think of South Americans as Spanish but they were not originally. The Spanish went into S.A., conquered the people, stole their gold, gave them diseases and a new language all under the auspice of 'founding a new country.' They use the word 'found' instead of 'invade and ravage' to make people believe they are doing a good thing.

Look at this time line of the Spanish conquest of South America. The tactics used here by Europeans is used over and over again, even today.

1501: The Spanish colonists of Hispaniola begin importing African slaves
1503: Jews escape the Portuguese Inquisition by emigrating to Brazil
Nov 1519: Hernan Cortez reaches the capital of the Aztec empire, Tenochtitlan, and captures the emperor, Montezuma
1520: Smallpox outbreak in Mexico
Jun 1520: Cortez is defeated by the Aztecs
Aug 1521: Cortez defeats the Aztecs and conquers their capital Tenochtitlan
1522: Pascual de Andagoya explores South America and learns about the Inca gold
1524: Pizarro, the priest Hernando de Luque and the soldier Diego de Almagro organize an expedition in Panama to explore and conquer South America
1524: Smallpox outbreak in Peru
1524: Cortes' lieutenant Pedro de Alvarado founds the city of Guatemala
1528: Holy Roman emperor and Spanish king Karl V grants Venezuela to the Augsburg banking family Welser
Nov 1532: Francisco Pizarro defeats the Inca army led by Atahuallpa at Cajamarca after the Inca Empire has been decimated by smallpox and takes the emperor hostage
Jul 1533: Pizarro executes Inca emperor Atahuallpa
1537: Pope Paul III issues a Papal Bull to affirm that the Indios of Latin America are equal to Europeans and therefore entitled to receive Christianity
1538: African blacks are shipped as slaves to Brazil
1541: Pizarro is assassinated by an Almagrista
1545: Silver is discovered in Potosi (Bolivia)
1546: Silver is discovered in Zacatecas (Mexico)
1548: The population of Santo Domingo has declined from 100,000 in 1492 to 5,000
1550: Portugal ships female orphans and African slaves to the colonists of Brazil
1552: Bartolome` de las Casas's "Brevisima Relacion de la Destruycion de las Indias" is published in Europe, accusing Spain of having killed 12 million "Indians" since 1492
1553: Chile's governor Valdivia is defeated and killed by the Araucanian Indios
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1554: Jesuits led by Jose de Anchieta found the mission and school of Sao Paulo (Brazil)
1555: French colonists build a fort in the bay of Rio de Janeiro (France Antarctique)
1555: Portuguese sailors transmit smallpox to Brazil, that exterminates the Indios of the coast
1556: The Welser are stripped of their rights on Venezuela
1565: Pedro Menendez founds San Agustin in Florida
569: Don Francisco de Toledo is appointed viceroy of Peru
1570: A tribunal of the Inquisition is instituted in Lima, Peru
1571: The Inca leader Tupac Amaru rebels in Peru but he is captured and beheaded
1574: There are 160,000 Spaniards in America
1576: A smallpox epidemics in Mexico kills more than a million people
1580: Spain forbids the American colonies from conferring any public office to mestizos (mixed-blood people)
1581: Brazil has a population of 57,000, of which 20,000 Portuguese, 18,000 Indios, 14,000 African slaves, and 5,000 mamelucos/mestizos
1585: Black slaves constitute about 25% of Brazil's population
1605: The population of Mexico has declined from 25 million (1490) to 1 million (1605), mostly due to diseases
1613: Smallpox outbreak in Brazil
1618: In Europe Spain fights against France, Holland and England in the "Thirty Years' War"
1624: The Catholic Church foments anti-government riots in Ciudad de Mexico
1624: Dutch colons colonize north-eastern Brazil
1624: England takes St Kitts from Spain
1627: England takes Barbados from Spain
1628: The West India Company seizes 170 thousand kgs of silver from Spanish ships at Cape Matanza in Cuba
1629: Brazilian paulistas/mamelucos (slave gatherers) attack the Jesuit missions
1651: Jews found Curacao
1693: Gold is discovered in Minas Geraes, Brazil, causing a gold rush in the West, and the center of power shifts from the Northeast towards Rio de Janeiro
1695: The Portuguese exterminate the Quilombo dos Palmares
1695: Gold is discovered in Minas Gerais, Brazil
1703: Spain authorizes the colonies to confer public office to mestizos
1713: The peace of Utrecht allows Britain to export African slaves to Spanish America (1,200 a year to Buenos Aires)
1729: Diamonds are found in Minas Gerais

And the pattern is used over and over again. The tactics the Spanish used, including the Popes, are the same as England's and France's. These tactics were also used in the United States during the mid-1900s, when foreigners began pouring into the United States not as legal immigrants, but as 'political refugees,' 'illegals' and later as professionals and engineers taking American jobs. But this time it isn't the Imperialists of old doing it.

Machiavelli was right: It is easier to injure a kind man because he cannot hurt you.

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