Why Pirates & Mermaids – Part 8 – They’re Back!

UPDATED 5/22/20 : New Videos and Article + Part 9 

This last article is really just a group of videos, but very important and very related to the subject at hand.  You can believe whatever you like, but there is a direct correspondence between the growing interested in these spirits and their increasing activity.  Please understand that though pirates are actual people, the force behind them is very dark and very spiritual.  Mermaids are very spiritual beings who are able to manifest in human form.  People across the Earth are being fooled into seeing  Pirates as funny-loving, merry-making gigolos, and Merfolk as lovely, benevolent, wonderful creatures.  THIS IS THE FARTHEST THING FROM THE TRUTH.  Wake up World!  The hammer is about to fall. 

REAL Mermaid Sightings Around The World!



The Mermaid Of Kiryat Yam | Real Mermaid Sighting

YouTube · 6/27/2017 · by Epic Nature



YouTube  · 2/10/2014  · by Memaid

YouTube  · 8/19/2009  · by yafrosters


Top 5 Real Life Mermaids Caught On Camera #2



Somali Pirates have their own STOCK EXCHANGE!

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Americans and Russians Against Somali Pirates 2018 #4

Top 10 Somali Pirates V Special Opps Encounters

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Top 10 Somali Pirates V Special Opps Encounters

Somali Pirates have built up quite the reputation over the years for hijacking numerous vessels and ships from countries such as Russia, the UK, China and others. Although rarely do these Somali Pirates succeed due to special opps taking them out!
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Top 10 Somali Pirates V Special Opps Encounters!
In this video you will encounter and witness what happens when Somali Pirates try to Hijack a Russia ship, Chinese, Dutch, British, Dutch, Indian or Canadian ship. And what happens to these Somali Pirates when the Royal Navy, special opps, SAS and Special Forces arrive to take back control of these ships.

Pirates have changed over the years. Gone are the days of rum barrels, peg legs and dysentery. These days pirates are all about AK-47s, rocket launchers, poverty, and, well… dysentery. There’s probably still plenty of that.

Somali pirates act out of desperation because the western world has used their home as a toxic waste dump, but that’s a story for another day. Because when they cross a line, they are met with the superior firepower and training of special forces from all over the world, and it only ends one way.

Is Africa facing a new wave of piracy?


Pirate Attacks are on the Rise Throughout the Caribbean

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Pirate attacks are on the rise throughout the Caribbean

Buccaneers are running amok in the Caribbean and Latin America, according to a disturbing new reportWednesday that found a staggering surge in pirate attacks last year.

Seventy-one pirate attacks were recorded in Latin America and the Caribbean in 2017 — a 163 percent increase from the year before, according to the nonprofit group Oceans Beyond Piracy, which found that 59 percent of the incidents involved robberies on yachts.

“Pirate activity in 2017 clearly demonstrates that pirate groups retain their ability to organize and implement attacks against ships transiting the region,” said the report’s lead author, Maisie Pigeon.

Pirates have hit waters off the coast of Suriname hard.

In April, at least a dozen fishermen from Guyana went missing or were feared dead following a pirate attack in the area.

Guyana President David Granger called the attack a “massacre.”

And a fishing boat captain was shot dead after his ship was attacked in May. The rest of his crew survived.

The buccaneers also attacked anchorages in Venezuela, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Colombia and St. Lucia.

OBP estimated that pirates carted off nearly $1 million in stolen goods in attacks in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Meanwhile, in East Africa, four vessels were hijacked in 54 total incidents in 2017, with a spike in crimes recorded around the Horn of Africa.

But the cost of piracy in the region was $1.4 billion in 2017 — down from $1.7 billion in 2016 and $7 billion in 2010, during the peak of attacks by Somali gangs.

“There are now a wide range of threats to shipping near the Horn of Africa that have been complicated by the conflict and instability in Yemen,” said Phil Belcher, marine director with association INTERTANKO, which represents the majority of the world’s tanker fleet.

West Africa saw a slight increase in pirate attacks — 97 in 2017 compared to 95 the year before.

But there were 21 kidnap-for-ransom incidents in 2017, three more than 2016. One hundred crew members were taken hostage and two were killed.

“Kidnap-for-ransom continues to plague the region, which is a trend that has unfortunately continued from 2016,” Pigeon said.

YouTube  · 4/17/2018  · by DANGER TV

Piracy in the Gulf of Mexico ON the RISE

Piracy in Gulf of Mexico on the rise – video is no longer available.

MEXICO CITY, April 10, 2018 – Incidents of piracy in Mexican waters of the Gulf of Mexico have recently been growing, local media reported on Monday.

"Pirates" in the Gulf of Mexico: With Shotguns and Machetes Stole Two Boats in the Yucatan Sea

According to official documents obtained by Mexican news agency Milenio, 21 attacks on Pemex vessels and installations in the Bay of Campeche were recorded between December 2016 and January 2018. As a result of those incidents, 11 oil platforms have experienced material losses.

The most notable recent attacks include the theft of money and communications equipment from the Crest Basan vessel in May last year, followed by the boarding of the Nohoch-B platform in October.

In December 2017, Pemex requested increased support from Mexico’s Navy. In response, the Navy has stepped up security in the gulf, imposing restrictions on vessel and aircraft navigation between March 15 and November 30, 2018.

2893/5000 This week on the coast of Campeche, the Italian ship Remas, which left two sailors injured, was not an isolated case. Photo: (EFE)

Pirates in the Gulf of Mexico pretend to be fishermen and surprise their victims

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The average monthly robbery in this year is 16, while in 2018 it was 144 cases, while in 2017 there were only 48 incidents

Insecurity in Mexico has already reached sea levels. The assault this week on the coast of Campeche to the Italian supplier ship Rema, which left two sailors injured, was not an isolated case, there has been an increase in assaults also in Ciudad del Carmen and Dos Bocas, Tabasco state.

OSV REMAS, a technical support vessel, specifically designed to access and operate with oil platforms. Overall length 75.42m

From January to September, the International Federation of Transport Workers (ITF) reported 16 monthly assaults on merchant ships on the maritime shipping strip of the three states mentioned.

The monthly average of ship robberies in 2018 was 144 cases, while in 2017 it was only 48 incidents per month. This year there were at least 167 attacks without a single arrest.

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Merchant Marine data indicate that pirate attacks on commercial vessels in Mexico increased 316% between 2016 and 2018.

“This has already generated an international alert, due to the effects on trade. Pirates are ravaging ships more and more, ”Enrique Lozano, ITF inspector for Latin America told the Reforma portal.

The Gulf of Mexico is one of the areas in the world where more oil platforms are operating on the high seas

According to information provided, pirates are not only operating in shallow waters, they go beyond, offshore, more than 80 nautical miles, about 180 kilometers.

“The pirates are also attacking in the Cantarell area, on the platforms (of Pemex) in the northwest of Campeche, offshore, about 80 nautical miles, between Cd. Del Carmen and Tabasco.

Public Security authorities in the coastal municipalities of Yucatán have deployed security operations. (Photo: SSP Yucatán)

The pirates travel in two or more boats with powerful outboard engines with up to 14 armed men, depending on the platform or the ship is how they plan the attack, ”insisted the inspector.

Before the wave of robberies, the Campeche Business Coordinating Council reiterated that these attacks put foreign investments in the energy sector at risk.

“Businessmen look for peaceful areas where their resources are protected, but the number of attacks has increased,” said Alejandro Fuentes Alvarado, president of the agency.


Fisherman says Mexican pirates ambushed him on Falcon Lake

Southeast Asia has become the world’s hotspot for pirate attacks

Piracy in Nigeria

People and Power investigate the rise of piracy in the oil-rich Niger Delta region.   Please click the link above. 

 NigeriaHuman RightsNigerAfrica

Pirate Hunting – Operation Atalanta in the Indian Ocean 

‘Land Pirates’ on Boston Common



Cyber Pirates Strike in Naples


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