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Introducing Pirates Without Borders

Introducing Pirates Without Borders

Published on Oct 19, 2017

SHOW NOTES AND MP3: James joins Ernest Hancock on Declare Your Independence to discuss “Why Big Oil Conquered The World.” When the topic of solutions comes up, they discuss Ernest’s and the above-the-grid answers to the oiligarchs’ plans.

Dig a Little DEEPER: How Big Oil Conquered the World & Why Big Oil Conquered the World

Related: THEI Eyeballs The Cannabis Conspiracy



True Caribbean Pirates: Henry Morgan to Blackbeard | History Channel Documentary

Featured Image: Map of Central America and the Caribbean. SOURCE: Wikipedia. (Public Domain)

From youtube uploaded by PirateDocumentary

Published on Jun 20, 2013

True Caribbean Pirates is a documentary which aired on The History Channel in 2006.

Dig a LITTLE DEEPER ~ THEI Archive: “Pirates”


Pirates of the Caribbean: Facts Behind the Fiction | Smithsonian Documentary (Video Report)

Featured Image: Pirate Flag of Blackbeard, Edward Teach. CREDIT: User Fred the Oyster-SOURCE Wikipedia Commons. (Public-Domain)

From youtube uploaded by PirateDocumentary Jun 19, 2013

Featured Image: Capture of the Pirate, Blackbeard, 1718 depicting the battle between Blackbeard the Pirate and Lieutenant Maynard in Ocracoke Bay. CREDIT:  Jean Leon Gerome Ferris, painted in 1920. SOURCE: Wikipedia Commons (Public Domain).

Capture-of-Blackbeard CREDIT Jean Leon Gerome SOURCE Wikipedia Commons Public Domain

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Treasure hunter finds 18th century pirate ship off Cape Cod (+) The Prince of Pirates – Black Sam Bellamy

Featured Image: “Map showing the location of the pirate ship Whydah Gally, captained by the famous “Black Sam” Bellamy, which wrecked off the coast of in Cape Cod on April 26, 1717, killing Bellamy and all but 2 of his 145 men, and taking over 4.5 short tons (4.1 tonnes) of gold, silver, and other pirate treasure down with it. Hearing of the shipwreck, then-governor Samuel Shute dispatched Captain Cyprian Southack, a local salvager and cartographer, to recover “Money, Bullion, Treasure, Goods and Merchandizes taken out of the said Ship.”
By May 3, when Southack reached the location of the wreck, he found that a part of the ship was still visible breaching the water’s surface and much of the ship’s wreckage were scattered along more than four miles (6 km) of shoreline. He created this map (Whydah-map.jpg) of the wreck site, and reported that he had buried 102 of the Whydah crew and captives that had washed ashore. They had not found any significant treasure, but he wrote, “The riches and the guns would be buried in the sand.”
The sunken treasure remained little more than a local legend until the wreck was discovered in 1984, the first pirate ship wreck ever discovered in North America”. SOURCE: Wikipedia Commons. (Public Domain).

Whydah-gold CREDIT Theodore Scott SOURCE Wikipedia Commons Public Domain

Image: “Real pirate treasure at the Houston Museum of Natural Science This is part of a special exhibit – “Real Pirates: The Untold Story of the Whydah Gally from Slave Ship to Pirate Ship.”   . . . SOURCE Wikipedia Commons (This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license).



From Mail Online (UK) PUBLISHED: 04:57 EST, 9 September 2013 | UPDATED: 10:19 EST, 9 September 2013

Treasure hunter finds gold coins on 18th century pirate ship off Cape Cod 


Undersea explorers have discovered a trove of buried treasure that may lead to the discovery of more than 400,000 gold coins.

Barry Clifford and his team of archaeologists also found a musket and thousands of lead balls in the 18th century pirate ship they found off the coast of Cape Cod.

Clifford told the coins were found stacked up ‘like poker chips’ in clumps known as concretions. . . . Read Complete Report


THEI Feature Film

National Geographic presents;

The Prince of Pirates – Black Sam Bellamy: Documentary

From youtube uploaded by SouthSaturnDelta1 on May 25, 2011

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Off the North Carolina coast, pirate treasure of a different sort (+) Blackbeard, Pirate King of the Caribbean | History Channel Documentary (Full video)

Featured image: Illustration of Blackbeard’s Jolly Roger flag. It depicted a skeleton piercing a heart, whilst toasting the devil. Traced from a scanned image of Konstam’s book. (Angus Konstam, Blackbeard the Pirate, 2007, page 177) SOURCE: Wikipedia Commons. (This file is from the Open Clip Art Library, which released it explicitly into the public domain, using the Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal Public DomainDedication).

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Sunken treasure lies 25 feet beneath the sea off North Carolina, where archaeologists are probing the wreck of the Queen Anne’s Revenge — the flagship in the dread pirate Blackbeard’s flotilla.

But this treasure won’t sparkle and gleam, and it definitely isn’t locked in a dead man’s chest. . . . Read Complete Report

Related post: 1/28/2013: National Geographic: Blackbeard’s lost ship : Documentary (Full)


From youtube uploaded by PirateDocumentary on Jun 19, 2013
Blackbeard, Pirate King of the Caribbean | History Channel Documentary

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Sin City Jamaica – Pirate Paradise . . : : Documentary (+) Wicked Pirate City : Documentary³ (Video Reports)

From youtube uploaded by Eric Duguay

Featured image: Pirate ships attack. SOURCE:

From youtube uploaded by Eric Duguay

Sin City Jamaica – Pirate Paradise . . : : Documentary 

Published on Jul 6, 2012

SIN CITY … The Port Royal Project …

Once known as the ‘Wickedest City on Earth,’ Port Royal on the island of Jamaica was one of the largest towns in the English colonies during the late 17th century. It was a haven for privateers and pirates, such as the famed Sir Henry Morgan, due to its excellent geographic location in the middle of the Caribbean. From Port Royal, these buccaneers preyed upon and plundered the heavily laden treasure fleets departing from the Spanish Main. . . . From Into to video.

From youtube uploaded by SouthSaturnDelta1

Wicked Pirate City : Documentary³

Published on Sep 8, 2012

Port Royal in the 17th Century was a hive of mishief as sailors, pirates ,prostitutes, merchants , and scallywags plied their trades in one of the most profitable and cosmopolitan towns of the age until an earthquake sealed a timecapsule of history. . . . From Intro to video.

Divers find wreck of legendary pirate treasure ship (w/videos)

from The telegraph

Monday 20 August 2012

Divers find wreck of legendary pirate treasure ship

Divers in Tonga have discovered the wreck of a vessel said to be a historic pirate ship containing a legendary hoard of sunken treasure.

The wreck is thought to be of the Port-au-Prince sunk by local islanders after its pirate crew had filled the ship’s hold with gold and treasures looted from British vessels.

The British ship sailed into Pacific water in search of whales in 1806 after straying from its main mission of ambushing and capturing treasure ships.

But upon finding the Port-au-Prince in Tongan waters, the local king Finau Ulukalala II and his
people seized the ship and massacred most of the crew. . . . Read Complete Report w/ photos

Illustration: Pirate Plank (PUBLIC Domain)


 Just for Fun:

from youtube

Wanna Be a Pirate? Get you Pirate Movie Kit!

Armour Star Franks Commercial (1950s)

Published on Jun 8, 2012 by 

“A 1950s commercial for Armour Star Franks encouraging you to host your own “Pirate Party.” Hot diggity dog!” . . . Text poster with video at youtube

The Black Pirate w/ Douglas Fairbanks (Full Movie – Original Silent)

Uploaded by  on Oct 17, 2010

“A father dies at the hands of pirates and his noble son vows to avenge his death. So he infiltrates the pirate gang. He helps capture a ship, but discovers that there is a young woman on board whom he wishes to protect from the threat of rape. Will he sacrifice his identity for the lady?” . . . Text with Video posted to youtube.

Legend of pirate gold keeps treasure hunters digging at Fowler’s Bluff

from (Florida)

By Joey Flechas
Staff writer

Published: Sunday, July 22, 2012 at 6:01 a.m.

Last Modified: Saturday, July 21, 2012 at 11:54 p.m.

Fowler’s Bluff

A pirate’s curse is afoot, and it could be keeping some valuable booty several feet underground.

Here in this swampy hamlet on the east bank of the Suwannee River, where the air thickens with mosquitoes, a legend of buried treasure is firmly entrenched in local lore.

For years, through many landowners, treasure hunters have tried and failed to come up with the loot they believe was buried by 1800s French privateer Jean Lafitte — some say because such endeavors carry a curse preventing the treasure from being uncovered.

None have dug up the treasure, with the exception of one rumored recovery that may or may not have happened. . . . Read Complete Report

from youtube

Jean Lafitte in Galveston_part

Uploaded by  on Aug 26, 2010

“The famous pirate Jean Laffitte made his home in Galveston, Texas after being run out of New Orleans by the U.S. Navy. He called his island home “Campeche” and he led a group of “privateers” on countless shipping raids around the Gulf of Mexico for 5 years. When he left Galveston, it is believed by many that he left stockpile of hidden treasure behind and intended to return to reclaim his pirate treasure – the treasure was never recovered and his fate remains somewhat of a mystery. Shot by M. Daleo for “Postcards from Texas” 2010 contact:”

FOWLERS BLUFF – Searching for Pirates Gold

Published on Mar 1, 2012 by 

Pictures of the work Suwannee River Recovery is doing at Fowlers Bluff looking for Pirates Treasure


Retro: Jose Gasper, Florida’s Last Pirate

from Treasure Book

This treasure story is given to us through the efforts of Florida’s pirate “Gasparillia”.

If you should do a search on the internet for Jose Gaspar you’ll find several websites devoted to his pirate legend and about the parades and celebrations each year around Tampa Florida.

My spin isn’t the usual romantic version of the pirate’s career found in books and on other websites, and it certainly won’t win me any love… from the people in the Tampa area where he is the local hero.

I believe the pirates of the eighteenth century were a bunch of cowards similar to the terrorist of today who are not heroes… the way some democrats try to make them out to be.

When I sifted the information, I had, and considered it in the context of the time that the events occurred… painting these sea rogues as heroes doesn’t ring true. If there are heroes in this story it is the United States Navy, who cleaned the oceans for civilized travel and fought brilliantly against the original terrorist, North African Arabs.

Our Florida pirate “Jose Gaspar enters history’s scene in Spain where he was born in the year 1756 and started adult life with a career in the Spanish Navy, serving aboard the warship Floridablanca. . . . Go to web site

With Rule 41 the FBI Is Now Officially the Enemy of All Computer Users

With Rule 41 the FBI Is Now Officially the Enemy of All Computer Users


Published on Jan 3, 2017

SHOW NOTES AND MP3: Rick Falkvinge, founder of the original pirate party and head of privacy at, joins us to discuss his recent article, “Today, the FBI becomes the enemy of every computer user and every IT security professional worldwide.” We dissect the new “Rule 41” that gives American law enforcement unprecedented leeway to break into any computer in the world, the implications this has for a world in which privacy is increasingly a thing of the past, and what people can do to protect themselves from the New Online Order of global FBI operations.