Traitorous Ghost Fleets

The Confederate strategy for securing independence was based largely on the hope of military intervention by Britain and France. That never happened because it probably would have caused war with the US, and would have cut off much of Britain’s food supply. A serious diplomatic dispute erupted over the “Trent Affair” in late 1861 but was resolved peacefully after five weeks. British intervention was likely only in co-operation with France, which had an imperialistic venture underway in Mexico. By early 1863, intervention was no longer seriously considered, as Britain turned its attention elsewhere, especially toward Russia and Greece

This invasion by France and England did not happen due to the secret army of 48ers that John Fremont gathered in California. Many of them were Germans. I believe my great grandfathers were members of this secret Militia of Freedom Fighters. They also made up the Jessie Scouts.

https://rosamondpress.com/2014/04/27/belle-burch-and-the-jessie-scouts/

Two days ago I may have discovered THE REAL reason why the South seceded from the Union and formed the Confederate States. Following some leads, I believe I found out why there were two world wars, and why neo-Confederates took over this Democracy. In reading the Confederate Constitution, I noticed there was a law that kept people of “foreign birth” from voting. I believe this is because many foreigners who fled to America, fought in the Revolution of 1848, and, were Socialists and Communists who did not believe in God. Thee 48ers were threatening monoarshies all over Europe. Many moved to the South, then realized they were slaves owners, what they fought against in the European Slav system. They made trouble for cotton plantation owners before the Abolitionists began to prevent new States from becoming Slave States.

It appears Britian escaped this Socialitst Revolution. But, this was not the case in its business dealings with plantaion owners in the South where Cotton was King. If the Socialists took over the cotton trade, the many Lords of Imperial England would suffer great financial loss. How about German Monarchs related to Prince Albert of the House of Saxe-Coberg? Wealthy men were financing the building of Confederate ships. and, were hiring privteers to harass Union Merchant Ships. The Sephradic Jews had a fleet of privateers involved in the rum trade, and the slave trade! The 48ers were against the SLAV system – all over the place! This is why so many Jews fought for the Confederacy. They got their orders from the head Rabbis of the Souther Synagogues that were financed by wealthy Jews who owned a flotilla of ships! How proiflic was their trade with the House of Saxe-Coburg that was remaned The House of Windsor’ during World War One?

Woodrow Wilson was a Man of the South who hated how the Civil War turned out. Wilson invoked a Nationalistic War State that made concentration camps for Anti-war protestors. Many of the Sons of the 48ers were put in these camps, especially those who had family from Germany, and in Germany.This is huge! This led to the rise of Hitler who pretended to be a Socialist. Were Germans aware of the Royal House of Britain’s involvement in the American slave trade – by secretlly backing the Confederacy?

On July 3, 1940, Winston Churchill ordered the sinking of the French Fleet that was in the hands of the Vichy government. What happened? What’s going on? Here we have the world’s first two democracies, France and the U.S. being BETRAYED BY THEIR NAVIES! Rumor has it FDR allowed the attack on Pearl Harbor.

There is a good chance Sea Lord, Caspar John, and Admiral Ian Easton, took part in the sinking of the French Fleet. The vision of a ghost fleet, by Victoria Bond, has come true. Sound the alarm. The Wealthy Capitalist Lords of the World – want it all! I suspect the Queen wants her empire back too. Is this marriage of her grandson to a black American woman just a charade? The Trumpire if about the meet the Old Empire. Putin is on his way to restore the Russian Empire. How about Germany. Why does Trump hate Germany? I suspect Putin has launched a secret Privatization based upon Thatcher’s master plan.

https://swarajyamag.com/ideas/margaret-thatchers-privatisation-legacy

I believe my kin, John Fremont, was aware of all this, and is why he was prepared to form a new nation in the West if the Confederacy won. Fremont was the first to free the slaves, and the Jessie Benton Brigade was spying on Emperor Maximilan, whose wife was of the House of Saxe-Coburg. I believe Fremont was prepared to invade Mexico. I suspect Trump is only interested in making the Red States great again.

On this day, July 4, 2018, I declare a World Wide 48er Revolution. Let us pick of the flag that was cut down by the Capitalist Pigs of the World. Let Freedom ring! Down with the Imperial Russian and American Oligarchs!  Sink the fake Evangelical Doomsday fleet! We are reborn again! Attack! Never retreat! This is our land! This is our Abolitionist Republican party!

Get out!

Take it back! Take it all back!

Freedom – now!

Jon Presco

President: The Weaponized Rose of the World Press

https://rosamondpress.com/2018/07/04/this-blog-is-weaponized/

Copyright 2018

https://scottmanning.com/content/churchills-sinking-of-the-french-fleet-july-3-1940/

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/volokh-conspiracy/wp/2015/06/25/expunging-woodrow-wilson-from-official-places-of-honor/?utm_term=.6d434a98f579

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Confederate_States_Navy

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Kingdom_and_the_American_Civil_War

Amended Article I Section 2(1) to prohibit persons “of foreign birth” who were “not a citizen of the Confederate States” from voting “for any officer, civil or political, State or Federal.”[6]

The Preamble to the Confederate Constitution: “We, the people of the Confederate States, each state acting in its sovereign and independent character, in order to form a permanent federal government, establish justice, insure domestic tranquillity, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity — invoking the favor and guidance of Almighty God — do ordain and establish this Constitution for the Confederate States of America.”[1] 

https://www.raabcollection.com/foreign-figures-autograph/victoria-civil-war

After the British government, at U.S. insistence, seizes a ship being built for the Confederacy, she authorizes appointment of an attorney to fight that action.

Although Dudley lost his case against the Alexandra, he did succeed in alerting the British government to the multitude of Confederate ship building going on in British shipyards. Moreover, the Alexandra case was beneficial to the Federal government in also hardening the British stance against the Confederates. Prime Minister Russell and the British government were soon placing their bets on the Unionists winning the Civil War.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maximilian_I_of_Mexico

In 1848, revolutions erupted across Europe. In the face of protests and riots, Emperor Ferdinand I abdicated in favor of Maximilian’s brother, who became Francis Joseph I.[21][22] Maximilian accompanied him on campaigns to put down rebellions throughout the Empire.[23][22] Only in 1849 would the revolution be stamped out in Austria, with hundreds of rebels executed and thousands imprisoned. Maximilian was horrified at what he regarded as senseless brutality and openly complained about it. He would later remark: “We call our age the Age of Enlightenment, but there are cities in Europe where, in the future, men will look back in horror and amazement at the injustice of tribunals, which in a spirit of vengeance condemned to death those whose only crime lay in wanting something different to the arbitrary rule of governments which placed themselves above the law.”[24][25]

The only daughter of Leopold I, King of the Belgians, by his second wife, Louise of Orléans, Charlotte was born at the Royal Castle of Laeken, Belgium. She was named after her father’s first wife, Princess Charlotte of Wales, who had died in childbirth in 1817. Charlotte had three brothers: Louis-Philippe, who died in infancy, Leopold, who on the death of their father became Leopold II of Belgium and Philippe, Count of Flanders. She was also a first cousin to both Queen Victoria and her husband, Prince Albert, as well as Ferdinand II of Portugal. She belonged to the House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha.

United Kingdom and the American Civil War

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The United Kingdom (the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland) remained officially neutral throughout the American Civil War (1861–1865). It legally recognised the belligerent status of the Confederate States of America (CSA) but never recognised it as a nation and neither signed a treaty with it nor exchanged ambassadors. Over 90 percent of Confederate trade with Britain ended, causing a severe shortage of cotton by 1862. Britain financed blockade runners that sent munitions and luxuries to Confederate ports in return for cotton and tobacco. Top British officials debated offering to mediate in the first 18 months, which the CSA wanted but the U.S. strongly rejected.

The British elite tended to support the Confederacy, but ordinary people tended to support the United States. Large-scale trade continued between Britain and the U.S.: The U.S. shipped grain to Britain and Britain sent manufactured items and munitions. Immigration continued into the US, with many Britons volunteering for its army. British trade with the Confederacy fell over 90% from the prewar period, with a small amount of cotton going to Britain and some munitions and luxury goods slipped in by numerous small blockade runners. They were operated and funded by British private interests. They were legal under international law, and caused no dispute between the US and the UK.[1]

The Confederate strategy for securing independence was based largely on the hope of military intervention by Britain and France. That never happened because it probably would have caused war with the US, and would have cut off much of Britain’s food supply. A serious diplomatic dispute erupted over the “Trent Affair” in late 1861 but was resolved peacefully after five weeks. British intervention was likely only in co-operation with France, which had an imperialistic venture underway in Mexico. By early 1863, intervention was no longer seriously considered, as Britain turned its attention elsewhere, especially toward Russia and Greece.[2]

A long-term issue was sales of warships to the CSA. A British shipyard (John Laird and Sons) built two warships for the Confederacy, including the CSS Alabama,[3] over vehement protests from the US. Known as the Alabama Claims, the controversy was resolved peacefully after the Civil War when the US was awarded $15.5 million in arbitration by an international tribunal for damages caused by the warships.

The fact that British private interests operated blockade runners was not a cause of serious tension. In the end, British involvement did not significantly affect the outcome of the war.[4] The U.S. diplomatic mission headed by Minister Charles Francis Adams, Sr., proved much more successful than the Confederate missions, which were never officially recognized by Britain.[5]

Before France could officially surrender, Churchill tried to convince his War Cabinet to attack the French Fleet. The War Cabinet refused. There were several concerns on the table. For one, the attack would surely result in the loss of British troops and ships. Second, although getting beaten by Germany and showing eagerness to throw in the towel, France was still an ally.

On June 24, France and Germany signed an armistice. Part of that agreement was the French could keep their ships, but Germany would gain control over items such as passports and tickets. Hitler treaded lightly concerning the ships and did not push for full ownership. He feared such aggression would inspire the French to keep fighting.

Hitler’s concerns were not known to Britain.

However, on July 1, Churchill was finally able to get the backing of the War Cabinet to sink the ships if they would not be surrendered.

On July 3, the British surrounded the French Fleet at the port of Mers-el-Kebir right outside Oran, Algeria. Churchill’s message was clear: sail to Britain, sail to the USA, or scuttle your ships in the next six hours. At first, the French refused to speak to negotiators. Two hours later, the French showed the British an order they had received from Admiral Darlan instructing them to sail the ships to the USA if the Germans broke the armistice and demanded the ships.

The Navy of the Confederate States (CSN) was the naval branch of the Confederate States Armed Forces, established by an act of the Confederate States Congress on February 21, 1861. It was responsible for Confederate naval operations during the American Civil War (1861–1865), fighting against the Union Navy / United States Navy.

The three major tasks of the Confederate States Navy during the whole of its existence were the protection of Confederate harbors and coastlines from outside invasion, making the war costly for the U.S. by attacking American / Northern merchant ships worldwide, and running the U.S. blockade by drawing off U.S. Navy ships in pursuit of the Confederate commerce raiders and few warships.

The practice of using primary and secondary naval flags after the British tradition was common practice for the Confederacy; the fledgling Confederate navy therefore adopted detailed flag requirements and regulations in the use of battle ensigns, naval jacks, as well as small boat ensigns, commissioning pennants, designating flags, and signal flags aboard its warships. Changes to these regulations were made during 1863, when a new naval jack, battle ensign, and commissioning pennant design was introduced aboard all Confederate ships, echoing the Confederacy’s change of its national flag from the old “Stars and Bars” to the new “Stainless Banner“. Despite the detailed naval regulations issued, minor variations in the flags were frequently seen, due to different manufacturing techniques employed, suppliers used, and the flag-making traditions of each C.S. State.

On April 17, 1861, Confederate President Jefferson Davis invited applications for letters of marque and reprisal to be granted under the seal of the Confederate States, against ships and property of the United States and their citizens:

Now, therefore, I, Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederate States of America, do issue this, my proclamation, inviting all those who may desire, by service in private armed vessels on the high seas, to aid this government in resisting so wanton and wicked an aggression, to make application for commissions or letters of marque and reprisal, to be issued under the seal of these Confederate States…

President Davis was not confident of his executive authority to issue letters of marque and called a special session of Congress on April 29 to formally authorize the hiring of privateers in the name of the Confederate States. On 6 May the Confederate Congress passed “An act recognizing the existence of war between the United States and the Confederate States, and concerning letters of marque, prizes, and prize goods.” Then, on May 14, 1861, “An act regulating the sale of prizes and the distribution thereof,” was also passed. Both acts granted the president power to issue letters of marque and detailed regulations as to the conditions on which letters of marque should be granted to private vessels, the conduct and behavior of the officers and crews of such vessels, and the disposal of such prizes made by privateer crews. The manner in which Confederate privateers operated was generally similar to those of privateers of the United States or of European nations.

On April 17, 1861, Confederate President Jefferson Davis invited applications for letters of marque and reprisal to be granted under the seal of the Confederate States, against ships and property of the United States and their citizens:

Now, therefore, I, Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederate States of America, do issue this, my proclamation, inviting all those who may desire, by service in private armed vessels on the high seas, to aid this government in resisting so wanton and wicked an aggression, to make application for commissions or letters of marque and reprisal, to be issued under the seal of these Confederate States…

President Davis was not confident of his executive authority to issue letters of marque and called a special session of Congress on April 29 to formally authorize the hiring of privateers in the name of the Confederate States. On 6 May the Confederate Congress passed “An act recognizing the existence of war between the United States and the Confederate States, and concerning letters of marque, prizes, and prize goods.” Then, on May 14, 1861, “An act regulating the sale of prizes and the distribution thereof,” was also passed. Both acts granted the president power to issue letters of marque and detailed regulations as to the conditions on which letters of marque should be granted to private vessels, the conduct and behavior of the officers and crews of such vessels, and the disposal of such prizes made by privateer crews. The manner in which Confederate privateers operated was generally similar to those of privateers of the United States or of European nations.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Revolutions_of_1848

The uprisings were led by ad hoc coalitions of reformers, the middle classes and workers, which did not hold together for long. Tens of thousands of people were killed, and many more were forced into exile. Significant lasting reforms included the abolition of serfdom in Austria and Hungary, the end of absolute monarchy in Denmark, and the introduction of representative democracy in the Netherlands. The revolutions were most important in France, the Netherlands, the states of the German Confederation that would make up the German Empire in the late 19th and early 20th century, Italy, and the Austrian Empire.

Large swaths of the nobility were discontented with royal absolutism or near-absolutism. In 1846, there had been an uprising of Polish nobility in Austrian Galicia, which was only countered when peasants, in turn, rose up against the nobles.[5] Additionally, an uprising by democratic forces against Prussia, planned but not actually carried out, occurred in Greater Poland.[clarification needed]

Next, the middle classes began to agitate. Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, working in Brussels, had written Manifesto of the Communist Party (published in German in London on February 21, 1848) at the request of the Communist League (an organization consisting principally of German workers). Following the March insurrection in Berlin, they began agitating in Germany. They issued their “Demands of the Communist Party in Germany” from Paris in March;[6] the pamphlet urged unification of Germany, universal suffrage, abolition of feudal duties, and similar middle-class goals.

The middle and working classes thus shared a desire for reform, and agreed on many of the specific aims. Their participations in the revolutions, however, differed. While much of the impetus came from the middle classes, much of the cannon fodder came from the lower classes. The revolts first erupted in the cities.

The Young Irelander Rebellion was a failed Irish nationalist uprising led by the Young Ireland movement, part of the wider Revolutions of 1848 that affected most of Europe. It took place on 29 July 1848 in the village of Ballingarry, South Tipperary. After being chased by a force of Young Irelanders and their supporters, an armed Irish Constabulary unit of nearly 50 men took refuge in a house and held those inside as hostages. A several-hour gunfight followed, but the rebels fled after a large group of Constabulary reinforcements arrived. It is sometimes called the Famine Rebellion (since it took place during the Great Famine in Ireland) or the Battle of Ballingarry.

As with the earlier United Irishmen’s mass Rebellion in 1798, who sought to emulate the American Revolution, and Robert Emmet’s Rising in 1803, the Young Irelanders were inspired by republicanism in the United States and (to a lesser extent) Europe.

In Britain, the middle classes had been pacified by general enfranchisement in the Reform Act 1832; the consequent agitations, violence, and petitions of the Chartist movement came to a head with their peaceful petition to Parliament of 1848. The repeal in 1846 of the protectionist agricultural tariffs – called the “Corn Laws” – had defused some proletarian fervour.[37]

In the Isle of Man, there were ongoing efforts to reform the self-elected House of Keys, but no revolution took place. Some of the reformers were encouraged by events in France in particular.[38]

In the United States, the main impact of the revolutions and their failure was substantially increased immigration, especially from Germany. This, in turn, fuelled the nativistKnow Nothing” movement in the years preceding the American Civil War. The “Know Nothings” were opposed to Catholic immigration, especially immigration of German and Irish Catholics, and held Pope Pius IX responsible for the 1848 revolutions’ failure.

1848 in Canada saw the establishment of responsible government in Nova Scotia and The Canadas, the first such governments in the British Empire outside of Great Britain itself. John Ralston Saul has argued that this development is tied to the revolutions in Europe, but described the Canadian approach to the revolutionary year of 1848 as “talking their way…out of the empire’s control system and into a new democratic model”, a stable democratic system which has lasted to the present day.[39] Tory and Orange Order in Canada opposition to responsible government came to a head in riots triggered by the Rebellion Losses Bill in 1849. They succeeded in the burning of the Parliament Buildings in Montreal, but, unlike their counterrevolutionary counterparts in Europe, they were ultimately unsuccessful.[citation needed]

South America[edit]

In Spanish Latin America, the Revolution of 1848 appeared in New Granada, where Colombian students, liberals, and intellectuals demanded the election of General José Hilario López. He took power in 1849 and launched major reforms, abolishing slavery and the death penalty, and providing freedom of the press and of religion. The resulting turmoil in Colombia lasted four decades; from 1851 to 1885, the country was ravaged by four general civil wars and 50 local revolutions.[40]

In Chile, the 1848 revolutions inspired the 1851 Chilean Revolution.[41]

In Brazil, the “Praieira Revolt“, a movement in Pernambuco, lasted from November 1848 to 1852.[citation needed] Unresolved conflicts left over from the period of the regency and local resistance to the consolidation of the Brazilian Empire that had been proclaimed in 1822 helped to plant the seeds of the revolution.

While the rest of Europe was engaging in revolutions for nationalism and independence, Britain was busy industrializing even further and solving governmental problems through words not war.  Some of the reasons why Britain was able to avoid substantial violence was its characteristic of enjoying the broadest political and religious freedom.  Although the freedom was far from true liberty, it was considerably better than most other countries.  Probably the prominent reason why Britain avoided considerable violence was the Great Reform Bill and a number of concessions the government made.  First, it Roman Catholics and Protestant Nonconformists were given political rights.  This also affected Ireland because the Catholic majority could now hold political positions.  The government also avoided the influence of Metternich whose international policies did not fit the present need of Britain.

http://www.sahistory.org.za/topic/why-did-france-have-political-revolutions-while-england-did-not

http://www.confederateamericanpride.com/LincolnPutsch.html

Forty-eighters, on the other hand, came to America for its socialist promise, such as that of free land as was represented by the Homestead movement. Most settled in cities, however. They were rootless, with no particular attraction for a homeland. As Marx said, “the proletarian knows no fatherland.”These Germans coming after 1848 were more urban, more educated, less willing to work and more apt to look to the welfare state. They tended to be irreligious, even atheistic.

The government of the city of Chicago in the 1850s and 1860s came strongly under German socialist influence. A forty-eighter, Dr. Ernst Schmidt, called “the Red Schmidt,” ran for mayor on the Socialist party ticket in 1859 and received 12,000 of the 28,000 votes cast. When another forty-eighter, Friedrich Hecker, called on Lincoln at the 1861 inauguration, Lincoln is said to have asked: “What became of that long, red-haired Dutchman [German], Dr. Schmidt? Almost every Dutchman has been in here asking for a job; why doesn’t he come in?” Most of them, one might add, came away happy.

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  1. Reblogged this on Rosamond Press and commented:

    Bill Rozier is my enemy and the enemy of the American People. I predicted another Civil War. It is happening in gun control groups on facebook, and many blogs. These traitors welcome the coronavirus and the chaos it is creating.

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