CONfraternities in the continent
Nana Steve Cokely did tremendous work exposing enemies within who have made oaths to knowingly undermine our people through CONfraternities in the united snakkkes. To add to this web of traitorous conspiracy are CONfraternities in the continent. One major example is the seadogs (an insult by marauding spanish slavers/pirates to pestilential english slavers/pirates) of nigeria who’s major contriver is nobel peace prize laureate wole soyinka. Founded in 1952 as the Pyrates Confraternity; formally registered under the Nigerian Land (Perpetual Succession) Act Cap 98 as “The National Association of Seadogs”. Now in its 69th year of existence, over 25,000 people have, at various stages, belonged to the organization. National Association of Seadogs (Pyrates Confraternity) was founded at the University of Ibadan, by seven similar-minded undergraduates:
- Wole Soyinka
- Ralph Opara
- Pius Oleghe
- Ikpehare Aig-Imoukhuede
- Nathaniel Oyelola
- Olumuyiwa Awe
- Sylvanus U. Egbuch
To date, the organization is present in all 36 states of Nigeria, and has full-fledged branches in the United Kingdom, Ireland, the Unites States of America, Japan, Holland, South Africa and Canada.
The Skull and Bones is the choice logo of the Pyrates confraternity made by the “magnificent 7”. Colored in red, black and yellow; the logo consists of a human skull and two cross bones thus injecting the perception of seeing its members as men of danger. Members are known as "Seadogs" and "Saylors"
https://www.nas-int.org/skull-x-bones/. Retrieved 15 April 2016.
The sea dogs, as they were disparagingly called by the Spanish authorities, were privateers who, with the consent and sometimes financial support of Elizabeth I of England (r. 1558-1603 CE), attacked and plundered Spanish colonial settlements and treasure ships in the second half of the 16th century CE. With only a license from their queen to distinguish them from pirates, mariners like Sir Francis Drake (c. 1540-1596 CE) and Sir Walter Raleigh (c. 1552-1618 CE) made themselves and their backers immensely rich. Elizabeth and her government, unable to trade legitimately with the colonies of the New World as Philip II of Spain (r. 1556-1598 CE) held on to his monopoly, turned instead to robbery as a means to persuade the Spanish king to change policy. As Anglo-Spanish relations deteriorated, the privateers became a useful tool in reducing the wealth of Spain and disrupting Philip's plans to build his Armada fleet with which he hoped to invade England. Although in some respects successful, especially with such captures as the great treasure ship the Madre de Deus, the privateers did not work together sufficiently to pose a serious and sustained threat to Spanish shipping, which began to use armed convoys to great effect. For a few decades, though, the fast English ships bristling with cannons and captained by audacious adventurers, caused havoc on the High Seas.
The same francis drake began slave raiding&trading as well as pirating activities in the coast of guinea under john hawkins – pioneer english slaver and captain of the slaveship “jesus”.
“The next year, Mr Hawkins made another voyage with a greater force, himself being in the Jesus of Lubeck, a ship of seven hundred tons, accompanied by the Solomon and two barks, the Tyger, and the Swallow. He sailed from Plymouth the 18th of October 1564 and proceeded to the coast of Guinea where he made himself master of a considerable number Negroes with which he sailed for the West Indies.”
british biography ; or , an accurate and impartial account of the lives and writings of eminent persons, in great britain and ireland. By Joseph Towers (1767). Pg 179
“The same year 1567, Mr Hawkins undertook a third voyage to Guinea and the West Indies. He went himself in the same ship in which he had sailed in the former voyage - the Jesus of Lubeck which was the queen's ship accompanied by the Minion and four other ships, one of which was commanded by Captain Francis Drake.”
british biography ; or , an accurate and impartial account of the lives and writings of eminent persons, in great britain and ireland. By Joseph Towers (1767). Pg 181
The animus of the writer is more obvious from what follows. “Drake's discoveries are of no value for he was a pirate” as if the early Spaniards were anything else. What were the expeditions of Cortez and Coronado. But to quote the reviewer – “The absurdity of claiming title for England as against Spain by the piratical acts of a professional pirate”. Piracy is too tender a name for these brutalities. “He began his life as a slave trader under Hawkins.” We shall only remark that with two centuries of additional light and knowledge the fathers of American independence were little better than poor Drake. Washington was like Drake a slave trader, so was Jefferson perhaps as is said still more nearly allied to slavery.
The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal, Vol XXI, jan-jun (1843) pg 389 (a british arguement to an amerikkan article in No 102 of the North American Review)