Enslavement is the deliberate deprivation of the liberty and/or rights of persons, often involving forced detention, through the use of violence, threat of violence, intimidation, use of financial threats or incentives and/or other psychological methods for the purpose of effective control over the actions of those persons. The Slave Trade is the enslavement, transport, purchase and sale of such persons.
The existence of slavery predates recorded history. In the most ancient and earliest examples of written laws, the concept of slavery is assumed as a lawful practice.
As a result, many histories do not make a clear separation of slavery pre-560 CE and the concept of slavery under the Christian-Sadducee families world view and later the Islamic-Sadducee families view.
Prior to the laws of Justinian in the 6th century CE which permanently enshrined christian sadducee notions of slavery, the vast majority of cultures considered slavery as a form of bonded service based around a specific or assumed debt.
In other words, captured prisoners were bonded on account of their debt of aggression. Bankrupts and individuals who could not pay bills were bonded on their financial debt.
It is why there are examples of the sons of slaves becoming Roman Emperors, as well as numerous famous writers, generals and leaders of history prior to sadducee christianity- all free men and women.
Perpetual Mortal and Spiritual Enslavement
But Christianity under the control of Jewish Sadducee families changed the face of slavery forever by creating the evil philosophy that once a slave- always a slave- that the bond was to God and that such a debt was inheritable to every generation hereafter.
This historically evil philosophy created by the Roman Catholic Church stood in place up until 1917 when the church finally and reluctantly recanted its obsession with
|Period||Region/Location||Slave Owner||People Affected|
|560-1200||The World – the concept of the “serf”||Roman Catholic Church||Over 600 million|
|1250-1600||Africa, Asia||Spain and Portugal sub licensed from Roman Catholic Church Papal Bulls||Over 320 million|
|1600-1880||Africa, Asia, Sth America, Caribbean, Ireland||First Chartered Global Corporations sub licensed from Catholic States, sub-sub licensed from Roman Catholic Church Papal Bulls||Over 220 million|
|1880-1945||Mexico, Sth America, Europe (during world wars)||State Governments supported/protected by Roman Catholic leadership/Popes||Over 200 million|
|1945 – present||The World (Global Sex and Child Slavery Trade)||Organized crime supported/protected by Roman Catholic leadership||Over 50 million|