Monday, September 23, 2013

Kingdom of Kidnappers: British Naval Enslavement of Whites

Now being mailed to subscribers -- Revisionist History Newsletter no. 68

Between 1688 and 1815 about a quarter million white people became the slaves of Britain's mercantile-military sea power. Michael Hoffman furnishes a fascinating new account of this suppressed epoch. Sections include: Enslaving British whites — a vestigial power of the Crown; Admiralty Law comes to shore; Capitalism's alibi for impressment-slavery exposed; State security trumps Liberty; Poor whites as hereditary naval slaves; the Legality of Impressing Seamen.

Also in this issue: NSA Surveillance — Treason to the 4th, 5th and 7 Amendments to the Bill of Rights of the U.S. Constitution. Plus: Machiavelli’s Ideology of Command; Washington Navy Yard Shootings; Wall Street Pays Petraeus; Hoffman’s “Usury” book reviewed by Economist Anthony Santelli, and more.



Honk Bonk Man said...

More and more I believe that the British empire was and continue to be a Zionist empire. Nothing changed.

Jason said...

Received my issue almost upon your announcement online, and I must say this is a spectacular newsletter. It's one of my favorites already, as forays into this miserable history are few and far between. Many thanks!

eugene said...


Would you share your take on the Wed the Sea ritual and the founding of the Maritime index by the 44th Doge of Venice one 'Morino Moriconi' aka Francis of Assisi?

William Blake's poem for Ascension Day, ie the day chosen for the Wed the Sea ritual, clearly shows his understanding of the Maritime Index. Misery, poverty, poor children, all set in the paradise the Lord hath made, thanks nay curses to the Maritime Index.

The whore of the waters who buys and sells the souls of men. A canary in the soul mine.

God bless you in your work. How does this end?

Michael Hoffman said...

To Eugene:

The “wed the sea” ritual initiated by the Doge of Venice and seemingly condoned or approved by a medieval pope is a sad pagan affair that should never have happened in a Christian domain.

However, where I disagree with you is in the attempt to cast suspicion on Ascension Thursday by connecting it to the wed the sea day. Choosing a day on the calendar to commemorate Our Lord’s ascension into heaven can in no way be denigrated because in later years a pagan ceremony was designated for that day. William Blake’s poem has no connection to wed the sea day. It is an indictment of Anglican Churchianity in Britain, where poor white children were enslaved and starved in Blake’s time.

The information at the link for St. Francis is mostly fantasy and disinformation. Read Thomas of Celano for an accurate account of the life of Francis.

michael said...

May I presume, Michael, to respond to Eugene on this, your blog?

Eugene, thank you for the "Ascended French[man]" link! I've been trying to find the origins of Admiralty Law for a long time.

May I be so bold as to address your final question? [And that is the final question, isn't it.] Although you will have to have the eyes to see, and the gift of a teachable spirit to understand... your answer is to be found in the most neglected book of scripture: Ezekiel, in the 20th chapter. [Hint: 1. we are still in exile today! and 2. those who masquerade today as Israel, are not.]