THIS POST IS CONTINUED FROM PART 5, BELOW--
THE WHOLE OF AMERICAN HISTORY TAUGHT IN AMERICAN SCHOOLS IS A TERRIFIC LIE..
I ASK MY US READERS TO SPREAD THE TRUTH BELOW
HOW DID FEW WHITE SETTLERS SUBDUE THOUSANDS OF ANGRY INDIANS- BY BRAVERY ?
BEFORE PILGRIM SHP MAYFLOWER ARRIVE AMERICA THE WHOLE AREA WAS SANITIZED OF NATIVE INDIANS BY SMALL POX BLANKETS.
AT JAMESTOWN A “KOSHER INSURANCE” WAS TAKEN BY THE JEWISH VIRGINIA COMPANY SO THAT THEIR TOBACCO INTERESTS ARE NOT HARMED.
JAMESTOWN TIMELINE ##########
May 1607: Jamestown, named after King James I of England, is founded and consists of 104 men and boys.
August 1607: In this month alone, 20 of the colonists die.
January 1608: Only 38 of the 104 original colonists are still alive; poor water and food shortages contribute to the high mortality rate. 100 new colonists are brought in from England during this month.
Winter 1609-1610: The "starving time" sees ALL colonists resort to human cannibalism. They shot Indians and ate them.
May 1610: Governor Gates, who had been shipwrecked on Bermuda, makes his way to Jamestown on makeshift ships. Finding only 60 colonists alive, he gives orders to abandon Jamestown. But while leaving, the settlers encounter a relief fleet led by Lord De La Warr that has fresh supplies and new colonists.
1612: While experimenting with tobacco seeds, John Rolfe finds that tobacco grows well in Virginia, giving the colony a marketable product.
April 1613: Pocahontas is captured and brought to Jamestown.
April 1614: Daughter of Indian chief attractive Pocahontas is kidnapped Pocahontas , and taken to England . A peace agreement of sorts is reached between Jamestown and Chief Powhatan.
March 1617: Pregnant Pocahontas dies in England at around age 21 of sexually transmitted
John Smith, who was elected president of the colony's council in 1608 after most of the councilors died or became incapacitated, wrote that the colony depended on trade with friendly Powhatan tribes to survive.
Powhatan's people were often invited by the Jamestown settlers when they weren't fighting the colonists.
John Smith invited the natives to have a meal and smoke the pipe of peace ..
During this visit the chief's 11 year old attractive and playful daughter Pocahontas , accompanied her father
She was a happy child who would do cartwheels when happy and was nicknamed Pocahontas ( happy one ) by her father Powhatan, the powerful and popular chief king of the Powhatan confederacy of Algonquin tribes in the Tidewater region of what became Virginia.
Her name was actually Matoaka ( flower between two streams ) , and Pocahontas was a nickname meaning " HAPPY ONE" in Algonquin..
Due to his wife’s death, papa Wahunsenaca was devastated and little Matoaka became his favorite because she looked like her mother. She was raised by her aunts and other women of the Mattaponi tribe at Werowocomoco.
As was the custom at the time, as the Paramount Chief of the Powhatan Chiefdom, Wahunsenaca had other wives from the other villages and little Matoaka had many loving brothers and sisters.
The children of the Powhatan were very closely watched and cared for by all members of the tribe.
Since Pocahontas was living with her father, Chief Powhatan Wahunsenaca, at Werowocomoco, and because she was the daughter of a chief, she was held to even stricter standards and provided with more structure and cultural training.
Pocahontas was never a frequent visitor to Jamestown, delivering messages from her father and bringing food and furs to trade for hatchets and trinkets as written by the white historian ..This is bullshit of the first order..
In the midst of the horrible and atrocious acts committed by the colonists, Pocahontas ( real name Matoaka ) was coming of age.
During a ceremony with her tribe , Matoaka was to choose a new name, and she selected Pocahontas, after her mother. During a courtship celebratory dance, she met Kocoum, the younger brother of Potowomac Chief Japazaw.
It was at this time rumors began to surface that colonists planned to kidnap the beloved chief’s daughter Pocahontas.
When Pocahontas was about 15, the rumors of a possible kidnapping had become more of a threat and she was living with her husband Kocoum at his Potowomac village away from the white Jamestown settlers.
An English colonist by the name of Captain Samuel Argall sought to find her, thinking that a captured daughter of the chief would thwart attacks by Natives.
Hearing of her whereabouts, Argall came to the village with several well armed soldiers , kept Chief Japazaw, brother of Pocahontas’ husband hostage and kidnapped Pocahontas
Before Argall left the village, he gave Chief Japazaw a copper pot. He later claimed to have traded it for her. This “trade” is still taught by historians .
Trapped on board an English ship at anchorage , she was not aware that when her husband returned to their village, he was killed by the colonists.
The tribal chiefs of the Powhatan never retaliated for the kidnapping of Pocahontas, fearing that the beloved daughter of the chief and the “Peace Symbol of the Powhatan” might be harmed.
The early 1600s were a horrible time for tribes near Werowocomoco. Native tribes once comfortable wearing clothing suitable for summer — including exposed breasts for Native women and little or nothing for children — found themselves being sexually targeted by PREDATOR English colonists. Young native children were targets of rape and sodomy..
IN APRIL 1613, ATTRACTIVE POCAHONTAS WAS CAPTURED AND BROUGHT TO JAMESTOWN AND HELD CAPTIVE . SHE TURNED INTO A CATALYST FOR PEACE.
HER FATHER, POWHATAN ( WAHUNSENACA) , REACHED A PEACE AGREEMENT WITH THE ENGLISH THAT ALLOWED THE COLONY TO EXPAND ITS CULTIVATED TERRITORY AND SET UP NEW SETTLEMENTS, INCLUDING HENRICO AND BERMUDA HUNDRED.
Now, "after five years' intestine [frequent] war with the revengeful, implacable Indians, a firm peace (not again easily to be broken) hath been lately concluded," Gov. Thomas Dale wrote in 1614.
When the English arrived and settled Jamestown in May 1607, Pocahontas was less than eleven years old..
Chief Powhatan's official policy for his chiefdom was to cease trading with the English. The settlers were demanding more food than his people had to spare, so the English were threatening the tribes and burning towns to get it.
As relations between the two peoples deteriorated, Chief Powhatan, wearied of the constant English demands for food and free labor , moved his capital from Werowocomoco (on the York River) in 1609 to Orapaks (on the Chickahominy River), further inland.
Daughter Pocahontas was not allowed to visit Jamestown .. Her father was afraid that she would be kidnapped and taken to England as a bargaining tool.
The years 1609-1610 would be important ones for Pocahontas. Attractive Pocahontas, who was about fourteen, had reached puberty.. In 1610, Pocahontas married Kocoum a handsome native man of the Patawomeck tribe..
For the next several years, Pocahontas was not mentioned in the English accounts.
In 1613, that changed when Captain Samuel Argall discovered she was living with the Patawomeck. Argall knew relations between the English and the Powhatan Indians were still poor. Capturing Pocahontas could give him the leverage he needed to change that..
After her capture, Pocahontas was brought to Jamestown. Eventually, she was taken to Henrico, a small English settlement near present-day Richmond.
Powhatan, informed of his daughter's capture and ransom cost, agreed to many of the English demands immediately, to open negotiations. Pocahontas met widower John Rolfe, who would become famous for introducing the cash crop tobacco to the settlers in Virginia.
IT IS A TERRIFIC LIE THAT HAPPILY MARRIED POCAHONTAS FELL IN LOVE WITH JOHN ROLFE ..
IT IS A TERRIFIC LIE THAT SHE MARRIED JOHN ROLFE IN APRIL 1614 AT JAMESTOWN-- AS IS MADE OUT BY WHITE HISTORIANS.. ALL MARRIAGE PORTRRAITS ARE FAKE..
IT IS A TERRIFIC LIE THAT REBECCA AND ROLFE PRODUCED A SON NAMED THOMAS .. EVERY PORTRAIT IS FAKE.
POCAHONTAS WAS SHANGHAIED ( DRUGGED , TIED UP AND KIDNAPPED ) AND ROLFE TOOK HER TO ENGLAND AGAINST HER WISHES 1616.. IT IS TRUE THAT THE EXPENSES FOR THIS ENTIRE SPECIAL TRIP WAS PAID BY JEWISH VIRGINIA COMPANY OF LONDON.
POCAHONTAS ATTENDED A MASQUE WHERE SHE SAT NEAR KING JAMES I AND QUEEN ANNE.. IN MARCH 1617, PREGNANT POCAHONTAS DIED IN THE TOWN OF GRAVESEND..
Kidnapped Pocahontas was known for being the "Indian princess" who was the key to the survival of the early English settlements in Tidewater, Virginia.. Her real name was Mataoka..
Captive Pocahontas and Rolfe traveled to London in 1616, where she became a celebrity. She died in 1617 pregnant and unhappy .. John Rolfe offered Pocahontas to the rich Jew owners of Virginia Tobacco Company for sex ..
Pocahontas was force converted to Christianity and given the name Rebecca .
In England Pocahontas often tore off her English clothes, because they were uncomfortable. Eventually, Christian convert Pocahontas responded to the name Rebecca so that she could get better food.
The death of young princess Pocahontas and the subsequent death of her father ( who heard of his daughter’s death from the Spanish ) contributed to deteriorating relations between the colonists and the natives.
IT IS A KOSHER LIE THAT INDIAN GIRL POCAHONTAS MARRIED JOHN ROLFE WHO KIDNAPPED HER TO ENGLAND .. THEIR HAPPY PORTRAITS WITH A SMALL SON ARE ALL FAKE
There is a portrait of happy married couple Pocahontas and Thomas Rolfe. The authenticity of this portrait touted as painted in England shortly before her death in 1617 is zilch
The Jews made a Hollywood movie in 1995 about Pocahontas (1995) This Disney film is a total lie
But it does encourage us to think about how early American history might have been different if there had been more singing.
Pregnant ( with a child sired by a Jewish rapist of Virginia Tobacco company ) Rebecca nay Pocahontas, less than 21 years of age was buried at St. George's Church on March 21, 1617.
She had no children.. It is a terrific lie that her son with John Rolfe Thomas returned to Virginia in 1635 at age twenty.
It is a terrific lie that grown up son of Pocahontas , Thomas Rolfe married a Virginia white wife, Jane Poythress, and became a tobacco planter, living as an Englishman.
It is a lie most foul that Pocahontas' many well-connected descendants through Thomas include Edith Wilson, wife of President Woodrow Wilson, and Thomas Mann Randolph, jr., husband of Martha Washington Jefferson who was the daughter of Thomas Jefferson and his wife Martha Wayles Skelton Jefferson. BRAAAYYYYY.
The true story of Pocahontas is a heartbreaking tale of tragedy and heartbreak.
A 1907 U.S. postage stamp featuring Pocahontas.
opechancanough was a tribal chief within the powhatan confederacy of present-day virginia in the united states, and its paramount chief from sometime after 1618 until his death in 1646.
chief opechancanough abandoned diplomacy ( after the previous chief’s daughter ws kidnapped and taken to lndon ) with the english colonists as a means of settling conflicts and tried to force them to abandon the region altogether.
on march 22, 1622, approximately a third of the settlers in virginia were killed by powhatan forces during a series of coordinated revenge attacks along both shores of the james river, extending from newport news point, near the mouth of the river, all the way to falling creek, near the fall line at the head of navigation.
the narrative that evil jew dr john pott poisoned the natives in revenge for killing white settlers is fake.. it was the other way around
anal sex receiving jew john potts (or pott) was a physician and colonial governor of virginia at the jamestown settlement in the virginia colony
dr. potts sailed from london aboard the george in march 1619. the george was a 150-ton sailing vessel with william ewen as the captain. after a two-month passage the vessel arrived in jamestown, virginia, in may 1619.
IN 1621, DR. POTTS GAINED NOTORIETY AS THE INDIVIDUAL WHO PREPARED THE POISON SERVED THE NATIVE AMERICANS DURING A "PEACE CEREMONY" AT JAMESTOWN, KILLING 292 OF THEM
THE 1622 MASSACE WAS IN RETALIATION—LET TRUTH BE TOLD.
after agreeing to a peace parley, 292 native americans in the area are killed after drinking poisoned wine.
dr. john potts prepared poisoned wine. captain tucker and others offered ceremonial toasts. another 64 natives were shot dead..
dr john potts was an anal sex receiving jew.. he never had a wife named elizabeth..
for doing a good job of poisoning all 292 unsuspecting powhatan guests ( including women and children ) , dr john potts was made governor, till he was superseded by sir john harvey for predatory homosexuality.
the red indians killed 362 settlers ( 27% ) in retaliation.. they spared white women and children.
john potts tookbhis degree of m.a., at oxford university in 1605. he was recommended as physician to the virginia company of london by jew dr. theodore gulston, the founder of the gulstonian lectureship of the london college of physicians. in the minutes of the virginia company of july 16, 1621, is the following entry:
"for so much as the phisicons place to the company was now become voyde by reason of the untimely death of dr. bohune, slaine in the fight with two spanish shipps of warr the 19th of march last, dr. gulstone did now take occasion to recommend unto the company for the said place one mr. potts, a master of arts, well practised in chirurgerie and physique, and expert also in distillinge of waters."
dr. potts landed in jamestown, virginia, in may 1619.
, after thorough investigation, by a kangaroo court bribed by the jewish virginia ompany pott was cleared of the charge and restored to his council seat.
in 1625, he was commissioned a member of the governor's council, in which office he continued a number of years. in 1628 he was chosen governor, and held the position from 1629 until the early part of 1630, when, being accused of paedophilia , he was superseded by sir john harvey.
the jury for the trial, was totally subservient to the obvious wishes of sir john harvey.
.the governor therefore appealed to the king to pardon dr. pott, "as he was by far the best physician in the colony ... skilled in epidemicals." pott was subsequently pardoned, his estate was returned, and he resumed his medical practice in the colony.
on july 12, 1632, dr. potts obtained a patent for 1,200 acres at the head of archer's hope creek. part of this land was to become a fortified palisade across the peninsula.
JAMESTOWN IS NAMED AFTER KING JAMES I..
King James I of England, authorized the translation of the now famous King James Bible..
At a time when only the churches of England possessed the Bible in English, King James' desire was that the common people should have the Bible in their native tongue. Thus, in 1603, King James called 54 of history's most learned men together to accomplish this task.
Balls Bible is the word of God. This book was cooked up by Jewess Helena in 325 AD along with Jesus
The fact that king James I was an anal sex receiving homosexual was suppressed so as not to tarnish his Bible
Sir Anthony Weldon ( died1648) , a courtier was the first to blow the whistle about the paedophile homosexual practices of King James I
King James was born to Mary Queen of Scots and Lord Darnley in 1566. His father was murdered a year later after his birth in 1567. This led to James being crowned the king of Scotland at only 13 months old.
He was at this time crowned James VI of Scotland and at age 12 he assumed power .. After ruling over Scotland for 36 years, James became the first ever king to rule over both England and Scotland when he became king of England in the year 1603.
King James had a wife in which they bore 9 children together. Her name was Anne of Denmark. This was James's only wife ( open marriage ) and the married in the year of 1589.
His mother, Mary Queen of Scots, had to surrender her throne a year later in the year 1567 after being suspected of being involved in the murder of James' father. After this, she was married James Hepburn, the 4th Earl of Bothwell. Hepburn was thought by many to be behind the death of Mary's former husband Lord Darnley.
After being temporally arrested, Mary tried to regain the throne as the Queen of England. After unsuccessfully doing so, she fled to England seeking protection from her cousin Elizabeth I who was then Queen of England. After Mary was accused of trying to assume Elizabeth's throne, she was then imprisoned for 19 years until the year 1587 when she was then executed.
King James I was a Protestant like Queen Elizabeth I
King James I he felt that he needed an especially grand way to establish himself as a ruler. An authoritative and exhaustive new translation of the Bible into English was just what he needed..
James especially didn't like the annotated Geneva Bible, which challenged the idea that kings were ordained to rule by God. King James Bible became linked to the royalists. After the English Civil Wars commenced and the Puritan leader Jew Oliver Cromwell prevailed against Charles I (and the monarch's head was removed from his body), the King James Bible quickly fell out of fashion.
the practice of Christian forgery appeared in the 4th century, with the creation of the New Testament and the man known as Jesus ( cooked up by Jewess Helena ) .
Henry VIII broke relations with Catholic Rome and the Pope and also made a strategic move. To strengthen his position as head of the Church of England, Henry VIII authorized a translation of the Bible into English. It is known as the Great Bible. Printed in 1539, it was a large volume in heavy Gothic type.
Puritans and other Protestant exiles from all over Europe settled in Geneva, Switzerland. In 1560 the Geneva Bible, the first English Bible in easy-to-read type, was produced, with chapters divided into verses.
It was imported to England from continental Europe and quickly became popular. Eventually, in 1576, the Geneva Bible was also printed in England. . As head of the Church of England, James was seen to be exerting his authority..
As the British Empire expanded throughout the world, Protestant missionaries spread the use of King James Bible
King James favoured the hierarchical structure of the Church of England and wanted the new translation to use words that supported a bishop-led hierarchy.
In keeping with his preferred views on church government, he specified, “The old ecclesiastical words [are] to be kept; as the word church [is] not to be translated congregation.” (I personally believe “congregation” is a better translation of the Greek word ekklēsia in some verses.)
King James also ruled that only his new Bible could be read in England’s churches. The political motives of King James had a direct influence on the translation of the KJV.
Just about 50 years before King James I came to power, Queen Elizabeth I’s half-sister, Queen Mary I (“Bloody Mary”), a Catholic, had executed nearly 250 Protestants during her short reign. Elizabeth, as Queen, affirmed the legitimacy of her father Henry VIII’s Anglican Church, but maintained a settlement by which Protestants and Puritans were allowed to practice their own varieties of the religion.
The Anglican Church was thus under attack from Puritans and Calvinists seeking to do away with bishops and their hierarchy. Eventually, in the 1640s, these bitter disputes would become catalysts of the English Civil War. But during James’ reign, they were expressed in a very different forum: translation.
EXAMPLE ? In Matthew 28:19, Jesus told his followers to spread his message and baptize new Christians “in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost.” There’s only one problem: the Greek New Testament never mentions a ghost. Instead, it uses the word pneuma, as in breath or spirit. But the King James Bible translated pneuma as ghost instead.
Miseo does not quite mean “hate.” Instead, it means to separate from, or to prefer less. Jesus was not telling his followers to hate their fathers and mothers, rather, he was warning them that they had to place their dedication to faith above earthly bonds.
One of the most famous lines of the King James Bible – at least in witchcraft studies – is Exodus 22:18, “Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live.” The line was used to justify England’s major witch hunts, as when self-appointed Witch-Finder General Matthew Hopkins included it on the front of his pamphlet about catching witches.
WHY BLAME KING JAMES I.. OUR INDIAN JUDGES ARE MOST STUPID.. CJI WOULD TAKE A FLIGHT TO DELHI, IF HE HAD TO FILL OUT A FORM IN CAPITAL. WE HAD A CJI SATING “ SUPREME COURT IS SUPREME “ AND THEN HE WENT AROUND PLAYING GOD.. CHIEF COOK IS SUPREME ONLY IN THE SHI’S KITCHEN. IF HE COMES INTO THE NAVIGATING BRIDGE AND DECLARES “ I AM CHIEF” CAPT VADAKAYIL WILL KICK HIS ASS AND KICK IT GOOD.
In the 1640s, during England's Civil War, Hopkins was single-handedly responsible for killing 360 people. He used the King James Bible as a religious justification for hunting and executing witches. But the entire thing was a mistranslation from the Hebrew word
As many as 130,000 people were executed for witchcraft in the 16th and 17th centuries, so it was easy to insert witches into the Bible with a warning to kill them. Plus, King James had a personal reason to hate witches.
In 1590, when he was King of Scotland, James began to persecute witches. He was convinced that witches tried to kill him by calling up a storm when he was on a ship with his new wife. James considered this treason and ordered the arrest of dozens of suspected witches.
King James ordered one of the main suspects, a woman named Agnes Sampson, to be locked up in his castle. The King personally questioned Agnes while she was tortured. Agnes was shaved, and her head was wrenched with a rope while the King looked on with “great delight.”
James also wrote a book on witchcraft called Daemonologie in 1597, and one of his first acts after becoming King of England was passing harsher laws against witchcraft in 1604. So the King James Bible attack on witches was probably exactly what King James wanted.
Over 400 years later, the King James Bible has proven itself to be the most influential translation of the Bible into English. And yet the language of the King James Bible can sound awkward to our modern ears. “Charity vaunteth not itself” almost sounds like it hasn't been translated into English at all. Still, the King James Version of the Bible is one of the bestselling books in history, and the most quoted book in the English language.
ONE FINE DAY I MIGHT TAKE IT UPO MYSELF TO TEAR THE FAKE BIBLE INTO SHREDS , THE WAY I DID WITH DAS KAPITAL, THE SECOND HIGHEST SELLING BOOK AFTER BIBLE..
VADAKAYIL KNOWS THE BIBLE BETTER THAN ANY POPE IN VATICAN.. WANNA ARGUE ABOUT IT?
WANNA KNOW HOW STUPID IMO ( INTERNATIONAL MARITIME ORGANISATION ) IS?
30 YEARS AS SHIP CAPTAIN, I COULD NOT MAKE THE CUNTS OF IMO, OR THE TOP BRASS IN SHIPPING UNDERSTAND THE CONTENTS OF THE POST BELOW
INERT GAS VALVES HAS TO BE SELF LOCKING IN OPEN AND SHUT MODE SO THAT THEY DOT OPEN OR SHUT BY THEMSELVES.. IT IS MEANT TO BE AUTOMATIC “ CLICK “ IN 100% OPEN/ SHUT MODE..
IN THE POST BELOW MY CROATIAN CHIEF OFFICER ( ACTUALLY A SMART BLOKE OTHERWISE ) BOUGHT PADLOCKS AND CHAIN FOR EVERY TANK IG VALVE ..
MY NAÏVE SAILOR SERIES IS ALL ABOUT CUNTS .. THE SEA IS FULL OF CUNTS.
I DID NOT ALLOW MY GENIUS ELDER SON BECOME A SHIP CAPTAIN.. HE WOULD BE THE ONLY HORSE , AAMONG A SEA OF DONKEYS.
PAPA VADAKAYIL WAS A UNICORN WITH A SHARP HORN.. NOBODY FUCKED AROUND WITH ME..
MY SONS ARE NOT AGGRESSIVE..
when you apply kohl in your eyes,
palasha flowers in your hair
the moon blushes while drinking in your youthful beauty
my scarf is flying , mee heart is runnin’ scared
can someone tell me what has happened to me
why is mee heart so restless
my eyes yearn for his message in my inbox
why do i writhe in my bed,
why do sleepless nights torment me so much
can someone tell what has happened to me
batao naah pleajje
the cool breeze is whispering
past episodes of our intense love
why is mee heart so restless
why is mee heart runnin’ so scared
when you apply kohl in your eyes, flowers in your hair
then even the moon blushes gazing at your beauty
TO BE CONTINUED
CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL
after pulverizing mee poor heart
you wanna limp away with a grin
as you go, at least tell me this
for whom should i live , for what ?
it will be business as usual
the moon will shine as usual
them stars will twinkle as usual
the flowers in the garden will still bloom
but mee heart will be numb in agony
as the nights will pass
the flame in my heart will wane
you tell me how anyone can live this way
you fanned them embers in my heart
and now you wanna saunter away
if you continue to be indifferent this way
i don’t know what i will do to myself
hark ere you let go my hand forever
my life, has been hung up for you
i will go one day, my love
think well before you leave me
if you walk away like this,
snuffing out the blazing fire you kindled
i aint tellin’ never fall in love
but don't ever trust a traveller
oh foreigner, please don't leave
leaving me in this miserable condition
my foreign lover, fulfill them promises
remember me , don't forget me
foreigner, don't go away leaving me behind
i adored you and how
i sacrificed my everything for you
i placed you in the altar of my heart
without thinking i took this disease of the heart
my foreigner friend, will you come back again
foreigner, don't leave ...never forget me
every second our memories will torment you
we both will have sleepless nights
if you leave me behind in this condition
then i'm saying the truth, you'll regret a lot
my foreigner friend, please don't make me cry
remember me always , never forget me
if you feel abandoned in love
come with me dear
i can kindle your flame again
i will be your friend and lover
this is the way life is,
how them cookies crumble
don’t tarry, take my hand
your agony will metamorphose to ecstasy
I wont put a price on my offer
you will never stumble again
no matter what life throws at you
its mee promise to you