Remember When Christopher Columbus Gave A Child As A Gift For Sex And Sold Children As Slaves But Was Also A Very Serious Religious Leader


A letter written in October of 1495 by his crew member Michele de Cuneo told a normal story of life at sea with Christopher Columbus.

“When I was in the boat, I took a beautiful Cannibal girl and the admiral [Columbus] gave her to me. Having her in my room and she being naked as is their custom, I began to want to amuse myself with her. Since I wanted to have my way with her and she was not willing, she worked me over so badly with her nails that I wished I had never begun. To get to the end of the story, seeing how things were going, I got a rope and tied her up so tightly that she made unheard of cries which you wouldn’t have believed. At the end, we got along so well that, let me tell you, it seemed she had studied at a school for whores.”

Columbus was responsible for forcing hundreds of Caribbean (Haiti and the Dominican Republic) children into slavery, many who were used for sexual pleasure by friends, crew and country men.

Columbus himself wrote:

“A hundred castellanoes are as easily obtained for a woman as for a farm, and it is very general and there are plenty of dealers who go about looking for girls; those from nine to ten are now in demand.”

Currently Christopher Columbus is worshiped as a hero with national holidays dedicated in his name and mass parades around the world. He is also celebrated as a great religious leader, of deep devotion, who took his faith extremely seriously and hated profane swearing.

During Columbus’s voyages his crew observed religious rites. He had support from the Vatican Council for sainthood.

What do you see when you look at the history of Christopher Columbus?

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6 comments

  1. Did not know this. Ivwill research him later today. Thanks 😊

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  2. Entitlement in the name of Jesus. Superiority complex bred by doctrine of the old testament condoned by the new.

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    • In this case I believe the problem exceeds that of religion. There seems to be a pattern with the elite. No matter the situation they seem to claim the higher ground while at the same time committing acts of oppression, rape and torture.

      I’m still studying it so I don’t have a full conclusion as of yet but examples like George Washington having slaves or even the signers of the constitution claiming all men equal while having slave children they raped appears to be an acceptable standard.

      They dress themselves in religion and upper class as an outward sign of righteousness and moral superiority but on the backend are really monsters.

      I will give you this, I would argue why did the church not cry out in outrage of their actions and denounce them?

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  3. No, I don’t remember this – and neither do you… because… they just don’t teach this sort of stuff in school.

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  4. Got to love Christianity, right?

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