To understand who is behind the plot to enslave humanity and that enslaved America, your must read the acts of the enslavers: 

NOTE THE UNHOLY ROMAN CULT has been running American since 1871 as exposed here: 

Documents of Colonization: The Requerimiento, 1513

[The Requerimiento [Requirement] was written in 1510 by the Council of Castile to be read aloud as an ultimatum to conquered Indians in the Americas, reportedly penned by Palacios Rubios]. The Requirement or the requerimiento required Aboriginal people who heard it to surrender their lands and freedom to Spain, or face war and slavery.  As it came to be used, the mere reading of the document — in Spanish, sometimes to sleeping villages, often out of earshot of the intended hearers — was intended and supposed to exonerate the invading conquistadors for any harm done to their victims in the course of attacking them.

Requerimiento (1513)

On the part of the King, Don Fernando, and of Doña Juana, his daughter, Queen of Castille and León, subduers of the barbarous nations, we their servants notify and make known to you, as best we can, that the Lord our God, Living and Eternal, created the Heaven and the Earth, and one man and one woman, of whom you and we, all the men of the world, were and are descendants, and all those who came after us.

But, on account of the multitude which has sprung from this man and woman in the five thousand years since the world was created, it was necessary that some men should go one way and some another, and that they should be divided into many kingdoms and provinces, for in one alone they could not be sustained.

Of all these nations God our Lord gave charge to one man, called St. Peter, that he should be Lord and Superior of all the men in the world, that all should obey him, and that he should be the head of the whole human race, wherever men should live, and under whatever law, sect, or belief they should be; and he gave him the world for his kingdom and jurisdiction.

And he commanded him to place his seat in Rome, as the spot most fitting to rule the world from; but also he permitted him to have his seat in any other part of the world, and to judge and govern all Christians, Moors, Jews, Gentiles, and all other sects.

This man was called Pope, as if to say, Admirable Great Father and Governor of men.

The men who lived in that time obeyed that St. Peter, and took him for Lord, King, and Superior of the universe; so also they have regarded the others who after him have been elected to the pontificate, and so has it been continued even till now, and will continue till the end of the world.

One of these Pontiffs, who succeeded that St. Peter as Lord of the world, in the dignity and seat which I have before mentioned, made donation of these isles and Tierra-firme to the aforesaid King and Queen and to their successors, our lords, with all that there are in these territories, as is contained in certain writings which passed upon the subject as aforesaid, which you can see if you wish.

So their Highnesses are kings and lords of these islands and land of Tierra-firme by virtue of this donation: and some islands, and indeed almost all those to whom this has been notified, have received and served their Highnesses, as lords and kings, in the way that subjects ought to do, with good will, without any resistance, immediately, without delay, when they were informed of the aforesaid facts.

And also they received and obeyed the priests whom their Highnesses sent to preach to them and to teach them our Holy Faith; and all these, of their own free will, without any reward or condition, have become Christians, and are so, and their Highnesses have joyfully and benignantly received them, and also have commanded them to be treated as their subjects and vassals; and you too are held and obliged to do the same.

Wherefore, as best we can, we ask and require you that you consider what we have said to you, and that you take the time that shall be necessary to understand and deliberate upon it, and that you acknowledge the Church as the Ruler and Superior of the whole world, and the high priest called Pope, and in his name the King and Queen Doña Juana our lords, in his place, as superiors and lords and kings of these islands and this Tierra-firme by virtue of the said donation, and that you consent and give place that these religious fathers should declare and preach to you the aforesaid.

If you do so, you will do well, and that which you are obliged to do to their Highnesses, and we in their name shall receive you in all love and charity, and shall leave you, your wives, and your children, and your lands, free without servitude, that you may do with them and with yourselves freely that which you like and think best, and they shall not compel you to turn Christians, unless you yourselves, when informed of the truth, should wish to be converted to our Holy Catholic Faith, as almost all the inhabitants of the rest of the islands have done.

And, besides this, their Highnesses award you many privileges and exemptions and will grant you many benefits.

But, if you do not do this, and maliciously make delay in it, I certify to you that, with the help of God, we shall powerfully enter into your country, and shall make war against you in all ways and manners that we can, and shall subject you to the yoke and obedience of the Church and of their Highnesses; we shall take you and your wives and your children, and shall make slaves of them, and as such shall sell and dispose of them as their Highnesses may command; and we shall take away your goods, and shall do you all the mischief and damage that we can, as to vassals who do not obey, and refuse to receive their lord, and resist and contradict him; and we protest that the deaths and losses which shall accrue from this are your fault, and not that of their Highnesses, or ours, nor of these cavaliers who come with us.

And that we have said this to you and made this Requisition, we request the notary here present to give us his testimony in writing, and we ask the rest who are present that they should be witnesses of this Requisition.


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Here is an example of what the indoctrinated psychopaths have done for the Holy See un-Holy Roman cult when they showed up:

“…All the Mischief and Damage That We Can”

Among the world’s most malevolent (yet little-known) criminals must be listed Juan Ginés de Sepúlveda, theologian/philosopher, and murderer of nations.

Cuba was colonized when men in armor sailed to new dominions bringing the gift that is Christ, the glory that was Spain. The beneficiaries, Cuba’s Taíno Indians, were described by Columbus in a letter to his Spanish monarchs. He described first landfall on Cuban shores, October 27, 1492:

“They are well-built, with good bodies and handsome features. They are the finest people on Earth, lacking any knowledge of evil. They neither murder nor steal [and] display the most singular loving behavior…always gentle and always laughing.

"They are ingenious and free with all they have; of anything they possess, if it be asked of them, they never say no. They are a very loving people and without covetousness. They are adaptable for every purpose, and I declare to your Highnesses that there is no better country or better people in the world than these.

“They do not bear arms and do not know them. They would make fine slaves. With fifty [armed] men we could subjugate them all and make the whatever we will.”

The Spanish universe was divided into unequal planes: a few saved, the others damned. Cuba’s newness denied it participation in human privilege. Torn from their gods and homes, forbidden from farming or catching fish, drafted as slaves and caged in the mines of eastern Cuba, the Taínos died by the thousand.

“[The Spanish] required of them tasks utterly beyond their strength, bending them to earth with crushing burdens, harnessing them to loads which they could not drag, and with fiendish sport and mockery, hacking off their hands and feet, and mutilating their bodies in ways which will not bear description…”

For two fundamental reasons, Juan Ginés de Sepulveda considered the Indians' annihilation lawful and legitimate. First: Spanish custom considered it unmanly for a gentleman to take an opponent unaware. Before striking the first blow he must make his intentions known. Even kings and emperors were so bound. For this purpose the legal writ called el Requerimiento (the Requirement) was conceived.

Addressed to Spain’s pagan subjects, 'the Requirement' was read aloud just before the launch of hostilities. Spain’s notaries shouted their warning (in Latin and Spanish) to a people who understood neither their ruthlessness nor their words. Spain’s monarchs explained how they’d come to acquire ownership over the pagans' bodies, their children, their allegiance, and their lands.

“In the name of King Ferdinand and his daughter, Queen of Castile and Leon, conquerors of barbarian nations! The Pope gave these islands (of Cuba) to the above-mentioned King and Queen, as is certified in writing. And you may see these documents should you doubt it. Therefore know that their Highnesses are lords and masters of this land!

“Consider this message and within a reasonable time, recognize the Church and its highest priest, the Pope, as rulers of the universe! And in their names the King and Queen of Spain as rulers of this land!

“Should you fail to comply, or delay maliciously in so doing, we assure you that with the help of God we shall use force against you! We shall make war upon you from all sides and with all possible means! We shall bind you to the yoke of the Church and of their Highnesses! We shall enslave your persons, your wives and children! And we shall sell you or dispose of you as the King sees fit.

“And we shall do you all the mischief and damage that we can, as to vassals who do not obey, and refuse to receive their lord, and resist and contradict him! And we protest that the deaths and losses which accrue will be your fault, and not the fault of their highnesses…”

Lurking in ambush, Cuba’s conquerors hastily whispered ‘the Requirement’ to trees and bushes before butchering a village of sleeping natives. ‘The Requirement’ was sometimes read from the safety of the high seas, the ship’s captain shouting its warning to an island spied from the crow’s nest. It was a legal and theological absurdity. Despite this, the document established principles of jurisprudence that legitimized racial extermination--an act today defined as genocide.What was Spain's precedent?

“And they smote them with the edge of the sword, and utterly destroyed all the souls that were therein; he left none remaining…So Joshua smote all the country of the hills, and of the south, and of the vale, and of the springs, and all their kings: he left none remaining, but utterly destroyed all that breathed, as the Lord God of Israel commanded.” The Book of the Prophet Joshua, Chapter 10, Verse 39

In the Spanish view, the extermination of the Canaanite people was ample precedent. A fruitful land of plenty was cleansed and given over to God’s chosen. In 1400 BC the beneficiaries had been the children of Israel; in 1550 AD, the children of Spain. No man could therefore judge Spanish crimes (if indeed their actions could be called crimes), for Spain was compelled by powers celestial and divine. The fate of the Taínos (like the fate of the Aztecs, Incas, and Mayans) was ordained in heaven.

Not everyone bought it. Spain’s slaughter of innocents demanded temporal as well as spiritual justification. Philosophers and clerics were pressed to explain to their majesties, and the world, the justice of their actions. Who stood blameless before God? Were Cuba’s Indians born without rights, their suffering ordained by their creator? Or was their annihilation a crime, a violation of natural and sacred law?

To determine final answer a debate was ordered by the Spanish court. It was held in the city of Valladolid in the year 1550 AD. Wars of conquest were suspended, the empire’s armies rested, and the Spanish nation, as though in answer to Taíno prayers, waited patiently as a jury of nobles decided the fate of millions. The Great Debate would more than clarify a philosophical question; it would establish judicial precedent, defining the concept of the ‘just war’ for centuries to follow.

Arguing the justice of the Spanish cause was court philosopher and theologian Juan Ginés de Sepúlveda. He had made a name for himself by promoting an axiom popular in the Spain of his day. “Just as Joshua was commanded by God to destroy the Canaanites for their idolatry,” he argued, “so too is it now God’s will that Spain destroy the Indians for theirs.” Cuba’s Taíno Indians, according to Ginés de Sepúlveda, were:

“…Slaves by nature. It is better for them to be ruled thus. As children are to adults, as women are to men; as cruel people are from mild people. [They] require, in their own interests, to be placed under the authority of civilized and virtuous princes.

“Now compare [Spanish] traits of prudence, intelligence, magnanimity, moderation, humanity, and piety with the qualities of these little men (the Indians), in whom we scarcely find even a vestige of humanity! Men who are not only devoid of learning, but who do not even boast a written language! Men who preserve no monuments to their history, aside from certain crude paintings! Men who enjoy no written laws, save for certain barbaric rituals! And should we speak of virtue,” he accused heatedly, “what moderation can we expect from those little men, given to all manner of intemperance and wicked lust?”

So heated grew his argument that Juan Ginés, with linen handkerchief, mopped his brow.

“How can we therefore doubt that peoples so uncivilized, so barbarous! So contaminated with infidelity and vice, have been justly conquered…” (He bowed before his royal highness.) “…by our most excellent, pious, and just king! And by a nation that is most humane, and excels in every sort of virtue!”

According to his argument: Spain’s predecessors, the Israelites, had no choice but to annihilate the Canaanite race. Not simply to empty their land for settlement; but more importantly, to eliminate the example of a pagan neighbor whose idolatry, corruption, and wickedness might tempt the chosen with lesser gods.

“The most powerful and most perfect rule over the weakest and most imperfect. The same relationship exists among men. Some are, by nature, masters; others are, by nature, slaves. Those who surpass the rest in prudence and intelligence are by nature masters. On the other hand, those who are slow-witted and mentally lazy--although they may be physically strong--are, by nature, slaves. And if they should reject our domination, we can, and should, impose it by force of arms. Such wars are just wars, in accordance with natural law…”

If all nations breed demons like Ginés de Sepúlveda, so too does every nation breed men of principle. Cuba’s protector, apparently sent by a just and wise Creator, was Bartolomé de las Casas. Acting as Apostle to the Indians in Cuba, he’d witnessed and chronicled manifold acts of Spanish barbarism. His letters to their royal highnesses had prompted the Great Debate, accusing Spain (and by inference, the king) of crimes against humanity. Las Casas countered Ginés with a revolutionary concept: the universality of human rights.

“How much damage, how many calamities, disruptions, and devastations have there been? How many souls have perished in Cuba over the years, and how unjustly? How many unforgivable sins have been committed? What we’ve done stands out among the most unpardonable offences ever committed against God and mankind!”

“For all the peoples of the world are men, and the definition of all men is one: that they are rational beings. All possess consciousness and free will, being formed in the image and likeness of God…all take pleasure in goodness and in happiness. All abhor evil and reject that which aggrieves.

“Thus all mankind is one, and no one is born enlightened. From this it follows that all of us must be guided and aided by those who came before. And the savages of the earth may be compared to uncultivated soil that has, within itself, natural virtues that may yield sound and wholesome fruit…”

In the end Spain’s nobility remained undecided, unwilling perhaps to enclose the enormity of their crimes within the boundaries of their faith. As though enslaved to those crimes, one consequence of the Great Debate saw Bartolomé de las Casas, Apostle to the Indians, denounced to the Inquisition as a heretic. The debate ended, the wars of conquest resumed. And in short order the Spaniards, true to their word, happily inflicted all the mischief and damage that they could.

Should you have occasion to visit Cuba, go to Baracoa in the province of Oriente. There you will find the few modern descendants of our Taínos, a generous people of open hearts; as Columbus once wrote, “…the finest people on Earth.”