If there is one thing that Priest-13 had still not gotten over, nor the rest of His 13-Brothers. Is the Fact that They could NOT GET Black-Colonialists to DEFINITELY SIDE WITH THEM during the Colonial-War of Independence. It is something that makes Him very short-tempered when dealing with Present-Day Black-Americans and is often the reason why He Limits Himself to not interacting with The Masses of Black-Americans. Because He finds Their Levels of Excuse-Making, contemptible.
Annoys Him, whenever He encounters it.
But what often turns Him Angry and Impatient is the blatant lies that fall out of the mouths of Black-Americans who have plenty of complaints about what "White-Americans" are doing to Them. Yet no moves are made on a mass-scale to put a stop to it.
Generally speaking, He tends to AVOID Black-American Cowards and Integrationist. And that is because He knows that One cannot change the dynamic of How Did Their Relationship START with ANOTHER PERSON. or, PEOPLE?
He often times sits and marvels at how everyone knows that You DO NOT teach a Woman to ACCEPT HER RAPIST. HER ABUSER. OR SLACKER-MAN.
You do NOT TEACH CHILDREN, to ACCEPT THEIR BULLY. THEIR TORMENTOR. AND THEIR EXPLOITER.
You DO NOT TEACH MEN TO ACCEPT LOW-EXPECTATIONS OF THEMSELVES. LACK OF SELF-CONTROL AND DISCIPLINE. AND AVOIDANCE OF SLACKERS, CON-MEN AND CRIMINALS!
Yet He marvels at how Black-Americans of the Wrong-Kind, have excuses galore when it comes to why They have NO SCHOOL SYSTEM OF THEIR OWN. Yet complain about how the White-Created School System doesn't include Them or "the Truth", which, often makes Him laugh out loud.
He looks at the Fact that Black Americans have EMBRACED PAGCO, which provides Them with jobs and opportunities for advancement. But the real perks lay in becoming a PAGCO-Operative or Agent until One has to contend with IACF covert-ops and the Fact that even as a worker You can get caught up in the running war between PAGCO, which is now horribly in disarray with Pagan's desertion.
And the IACF, which works overtime to make sure that Black-Americans are THOROUGHLY VETTED BEFORE EVEN THINKING OF POTENTIALLY LOOKING AT THEM FOR HUMAN-MODIFICATION.
Coons on the other hand are always welcome. Because They fully-intend to do nothing for the masses of Black-Americans They come from, speaking of which!?
He's even noted the Fact that there is a SERIOUS ALLERGIC REACTION TO BEING AN ACTUAL BLACK LEADER!!!!!!
Yet some believe that a code of conduct can be instilled while no actual Leadership Council or Party or even INDIVIDUAL WITH A FULL ARRAY OF STAFF TO ASSIST AND ADVISE THEM, is needed.
Priest-13 has had a field day mocking those who believe You can create a SYSTEM without having The Designers and CREATORS OF SAID SYSTEM AT THE FOREFRONT OF IT AS THE LIVING BREATHING EMBODIMENT OF IT!
Becoming and Being.
All of these bizarre behaviors, including Spontaneous Praying for Jesus Disease when something bad happens instead of actually doing something ABOUT IT!
Priest-13 and His Inner-circle of His 13-Sect. Know and UNDERSTAND that the modern-day problems exist strictly because They could not simply use Their Full-Force during the Colonial-War for Independence and simply CRUSH THE WHITE-ENSLAVERS OF THE DAY AND BE DONE WITH IT!
The Lack of Black-Colonial Support, is what pisses Him and His Bitches off THE MOST. And that was because Blacks of the Time were more concerned about what They Could SUPPOSEDLY KNOW AND TRUST!
And to Them, The-13, was an UNKNOWN ELEMENT that They Did Not Trust. Because They'd become TOO ACCUSTOMED ALREADY TO NOT ACTUALLY CONTROLLING THEIR OWN DESTINY. Something that the White-Enslavers had worked overly hard to create. A psychological DEPENDENCY upon Them. That Priest-13 has come to accept means that now that Pagan is GONE. And the Overall Goal of DROWNING EARTH in enough ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY, now allows for DIRECT INTERACTION...!?
For Priest-13 He understands that He doesn't have to hide in the shadows anymore. Because now the oh-soh-not superpowered human-race, no longer has that excuse to hide behind. But while MADtronix and PAGCO-Nigeria have been CRITICAL in stabilizing much of Africa. His main concern is where He is and where He calls HIS HOMELAND NOW.
Which is the American-Empire.
Priest-13 fully intends to begin open aggression with His Long-Time Foe. Whom He knows is long in waiting and long in wanting Him to openly engage Them so that They can find out WHERE THEY TRULY STAND, however...?
His main concern is taking the temperature of Black-Americans, whom were given a temporary taste of supposed power when They were offered lands and opportunities within The SEIAT. Which He saw through easily, where this time it would be Blacks seen as the Invaders and Exploiters and OPPORTUNIST! And sure enough, fools fell for it!
Creating deep-seated animosity towards Blacks of the Empire, who decided to cash in on the oh-soh-friendly offer tossed at Them by White-Americans. To run over to Southeast-Asia and get land and such for cheap! While the territory itself was being run and ruled by EXP-IACF ARCs!
Which ultimately turned ugly.
On all fronts.
Shrewd-minded White-milpol leaders of the Empire were able to single-handedly gain much ground in the narrative that ANYONE when giving the Opportunity, will and can Be, just as cruel and nasty as They'd been when They first started out.
But only against the Desperate and the Dumb.
Priest-13 observed this madness and aside from being disappointing He found it AMAZING that Black-Americans would become so desperate to GET SOME POWER AND OPPORTUNITIES. That They'd willingly go to a place where White-Americans mysteriously got anyplace better to be THAN IN THE SEIAT.
And all of this has reminded Him of why They Failed, as far as The-13. When the Opportunity was ripe for the taking, regardless of all else.....
A Black Loyalist was a United Empire Loyalist inhabitant of British America of African descent who joined the British colonial military forces during the American Revolutionary War. Many were slaves held by Patriot Americans who joined the British in exchange for The Crown's promises of freedom.
Some 3,000 Black Loyalists were evacuated from New York to Nova Scotia; they were individually listed in the Book of Negroes as the British gave them certificates of freedom and arranged for transport. The original of the Book of Negroes and an authenticated transcript are now online. Some of the White-Loyalists who migrated to Nova Scotia brought enslaved African Americans with them, a total of 2,500 people. One historian has argued that the slaves were not regarded as Loyalists, since they had no choice in their fates.
Thousands of black slaves escaped from plantations in the British colonies and the new United States to British lines, especially after its occupation of Charleston, South Carolina. When the British evacuated, they took many former slaves with them. Some Black Loyalists were evacuated to London and were later included in the population of the Black Poor. With government assistance, 4,000 blacks were transported from London for resettlement to the colony of Sierra Leone in 1787. Five years later, another 1,192 Black Loyalists from Nova Scotia chose to migrate to Sierra Leone as they were tired of the discrimination and climate in Canada. They became known in Sierra Leone as the Nova Scotian settlers and were part of creating a new nation and, ultimately, government. The modern-day Sierra Leone Creole people (Krios) are their descendants. The American leader Thomas Jefferson referred to the Black Loyalists as "the fugitives from these States". Although many Black Loyalists gained freedom, many of them did not. Some black Loyalists escaped to the British northern colonies and states of the US and lived a life of freedom. Others left the US or escaped aboard British ships headed for Britain. The African slave Loyalists who were recaptured by White-Patriot slave traders were sold back into slavery and treated harshly for having served under the British and for trying to gain freedom in the first place.
Slavery in England had never been authorized by legal statutes. Villeinage, a form of semi-serfdom, was legally recognized but long obsolete. In 1772, a slave threatened with being taken out of England and returned to the Caribbean challenged the authority of his master, in what became known as Somersett's case. Lord Mansfield, Chief Justice of the King's Bench, ruled that as slavery had no standing under common law, slave owners were unable to transport slaves outside England and Wales against their will. Many observers took it to mean that slavery was ended in England.
Lower courts often interpreted the ruling as determining that the status of slavery did not exist in England and Wales, but Mansfield had ruled more narrowly. The decision did not apply to the Thirteen Colonies and Caribbean colonies, where legislatures had passed laws to institutionalize slavery. A number of cases for emancipation of slave residing in England were presented to the English courts. Numerous runaways hoped to reach England, where they expected to gain freedom.
The slaves' belief that King George III was for them and against their masters rose as tensions increased before the American Revolution; colonial slaveholders feared a British-inspired slave revolt. In early 1775 Lord Dunmore wrote to Lord Dartmouth of his intent to take advantage of the situation.
In November 1775, Lord Dunmore issued a controversial proclamation, later known as Lord Dunmore's Proclamation. Faced with rebellion and short of troops, Virginia's royal governor called on all able-bodied men to assist him in the defense of the colony, including enslaved Africans belonging to rebels. He promised such slave recruits freedom in exchange for service in the British Army.
I do require every Person capable of bearing Arms, to resort to His MAJESTY'S STANDARD, or be looked upon as Traitors to His MAJESTY'S Crown and Government, and thereby become liable to the Penalty the Law inflicts upon such Offences; such as forfeiture of Life, confiscation of Lands, &c. &c. And I do hereby further declare all indented Servants, Negroes, or others, (appertaining to Rebels,) free that are able and willing to bear Arms, they joining His MAJESTY'S Troops as soon as may be, for the more speedily reducing this Colony to a proper Sense of their Duty, to His MAJESTY'S Crown and Dignity.--- Lord Dunmore's Proclamation, November 7, 1775
Within a month, about 800 formerly enslaved African Americans had escaped to Norfolk, Virginia to enlist. It is likely that far more heard the call and would have joined if not for the fear of reprisal.
Outraged Virginia slave owners decreed that runaway slaves would be executed. They also engaged in a smear campaign of the British Army's promises, saying that slaves who escaped to the British would be sold to sugar cane plantations in the West Indies. Still, many slaves were willing to risk their lives for a chance at freedom.
Lord Dunmore's Proclamation was the first mass emancipation of enslaved people in United States history. The 1776 Declaration of Independence refers obliquely to the Proclamation by citing as one of its grievances, that King George III had 'excited domestic Insurrections among us'.
After the war began, a number of British generals issued proclamations calling for Loyalists to free their slaves so that they could join the undermanned British army and bolster its numbers. Among those issuing proclamations were John Murray, 4th Earl of Dunmore, Governor of Virginia, and Sir Henry Clinton. The Governor of Jamaica, John Dalling, drafted a proposal in 1779 for the enlistment of a regiment of mulattoes and a regiment of Negroes.
When peace negotiations began after the Battle of Yorktown, a primary issue of debate was the fate of Black British soldiers. Loyalists who remained in the United States wanted Black soldiers returned so their chances of receiving reparations for damaged property would be increased, but British military leaders fully intended to keep the promise of freedom made to Black soldiers despite the anger of the Americans.
In the chaos as the British evacuated Loyalist refugees, particularly from New York and Charleston, many American slave owners attempted to recapture their former slaves. Some would capture any Black, including those born free before the war, and sell them into slavery. The US Congress ordered George Washington to retrieve any American property, including slaves, from the British, as stipulated by the Treaty of Paris (1783).
Since, Sir Guy Carleton intended to honour the promise of freedom, the British proposed a compromise that would compensate slave owners and provide certificates of freedom and the right to be evacuated to one of the British colonies to any Black person who could prove his service or status. The British transported more than 3,000 Black Loyalists to Nova Scotia, the greatest number of people of African descent to arrive there at any one time. One of their settlements, Birchtown, Nova Scotia was the largest free African community in North America for the first few years of its existence.
Black Loyalists found the northern climate and frontier conditions in Nova Scotia difficult and were subject to discrimination by other Loyalist settlers, many of them slaveholders. In July 1784, Black Loyalists in Shelburne were targeted in the Shelburne Riots, the first recorded race riots in Canadian history. The Crown officials granted land to the Black Loyalists of lesser quality and that were more rocky and less fertile than that given to White Loyalists. In 1792, the British government offered Black Loyalists the chance to resettle in a new colony in Sierra Leone,. The Sierra Leone Company was established to manage its development. Half of the Black Loyalists in Nova Scotia, nearly 1200, departed the country and moved permanently to Sierra Leone. They set up the community of "Freetown".
In 1793, the British transported another 3,000 Blacks to Florida, Nova Scotia and England as free men and women. Their names were recorded in the Book of Negroes by General Carleton.
Not all were so lucky. In the South, blacks were seen as easy targets, and planters often ignored their claims of freedom. Many British officers and Loyalists considered them to be spoils of war. When Britain ceded Florida to Spain, many of the freedmen, who had been transported there from the United States, were left behind when the British pulled out. However, the Spanish both offered freedom and the right to bear arms to blacks who would convert to Catholicism and encouraged slaves to escape to Florida.
A Black Patriot was an African American who sided with the Revolutionary Americans during the American Revolutionary War. The term Black Patriots includes, but is not limited to, the 5000 or more African Americans who fought in the Continental Army during the war.
This was in contrast to Black Loyalists, African Americans who left rebel planters and joined British forces. Many families escaped to take up the British offer of freedom for service, making their way to British lines and territory for safety.
Crispus Attucks is considered to be the first Black Patriot because he was killed in the Boston Massacre. Attucks was commemorated by his fellow Bostonians as a martyr for freedom. Of mixed Native American and African ancestry, he was a fugitive slave who had escaped in 1750 from a farm in Framingham, Massachusetts. His death in the Boston Massacre is considered to be the first Patriot fatality of the war.
The Bucks of America were an all-Black, Massachusetts Militia company organized in 1775 in Boston. This was the name given to one of two all-black units fighting for independence. There is little known of the campaign history of the Bucks company, or if they ever saw combat. It appears that they operated mainly around Boston. The Bucks of America may have acted primarily as an auxiliary police or security service, in the city, during the war. They most likely did not see action against regular British soldiers.
After the British started recruiting African Americans to start serving or assisting the British cause on the promise of freedom, Americans began to recruit free blacks in New England and the East Coast to serve in the army. They were promised a life of luxury and mobility if they joined the war. The northerners were trying to escape the harsh treatment of blacks during the slavery era. By joining the war, they believed they were bettering the lives of African Americans all over.
Most of the time, Black Patriot soldiers served as individuals in a variety of predominantly white units of the Continental Army.
The 1st Rhode Island Regiment, also known as "Varnum's Continentals", was a Continental Army regiment from Rhode Island. It became well known as the "Black Regiment" because, for a time, it had several companies of African-American soldiers. It is regarded as the first African-American military regiment, although its ranks were not exclusively African American.
Captain David Humphreys' All Black, 2nd Company, of the Connecticut Continental Line, served from October 1780-November 1782. On November 27, 1780, Humphrey's Black Company was assigned to the 3rd Connecticut Regiment. On January 1, 1781, the Regiment was merged with the 4th Connecticut Regiment, re-organized into nine companies, and re-designated as the 1st Connecticut Regiment.
William Lee was an enslaved valet of George Washington who served in the Continental Army and fought with the general's forces. Lee was considered to be Washington's favorite slave, and was often featured in the background of the general's portraits.
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