[From the Author of “Poems by Kolki – Absolutely Humane”, “Real Path To 9/11” & “Sayings of Kolki”]

 

Abstract: War for American Independence never ended, British troops invaded, burned Capitol and White House, destroyed the Naval Yard, looted the merchants and tried to take over key port cities in 1814. Civil war was mainly wars between Loyals vs. Patriots dividing Americans forever ideologically! The future plan of attacks mutated creating “Secret society of the Elect” and “Philosopher Kings” among influential Americans including President, Military and related Agencies and Law Enforcement! 21st Century High Tech surveillance and joint military and intelligence exercises only gave them free access to US capability and vulnerability to destroy US sovereign structures and high level Patriots using Remote Controlled Hijacking of Passenger Airplanes as missiles in broad day light spreading massive propaganda against Islam for cover ups and a ploy to implement Cecil Rhodes plan of Global Colonization in peace time!  

     

Rear Admiral George CockburnThe British Fleet Sailed for Baltimore from the naval base at Bermuda On August 14, 1814

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The first two years of the war consisted of scattered and inconclusive battles, generally along the border between the US and Canada. But when Britain and its allies believed it had thwarted the threat posed by Napoleon in Europe, more attention was paid to the American war.

On August 14, 1814, a fleet of British warships departed from the naval base at Bermuda. Its ultimate objective was the city of Baltimore, which was then the third largest city in the US. Baltimore was also the home port of many privateers, armed American ships which raided British shipping. The British referred to Baltimore as a "nest of pirates."

One British commander, Rear Admiral George Cockburn also had another target in mind, the city of Washington.

Battle of BladensburgMaryland Invaded By Land

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By mid-August 1814, Americans living along the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay were surprised to see the sails of British warships on the horizon. There had been raiding parties striking American targets for some time, but this appeared to be a considerable force.

The British landed at Benedict, Maryland, and began marching toward Washington. On August 24, 1814, at Bladensburg, on the outskirts of Washington, British regulars, many of whom had fought in the Napoleonic Wars in Europe, fought poorly equipped American troops.

The fighting at Bladensburg was intense at times, but the Americans could not hold. The federal troops retreated, along with observers from the government including President James Madison.

Dolley MadisonA Panic in Washington

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While some Americans tried desperately to battle the British, the city of Washington was in chaos. Federal workers tried to rent, buy, and even steal wagons to cart off important documents.

In the executive mansion (not yet known as the White House), the president's wife, Dolley Madison, directed servants to pack up valuable items.

Among the items taken into hiding was a famous Gilbert Stuart portrait of George Washington. Dolley Madison instructed that it had to be taken off the walls and either hidden or destroyed before the British could seize it as a trophy. It was cut out of its frame and hidden in a farmhouse for several weeks. It hangs today in the East Room of the White House.

Ruins of the CapitolThe Capitol Was Burned

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Reaching Washington on the evening of August 24, the British found a city largely deserted, with the only resistance being ineffective sniper fire from one house. The first order of business for the British was to attack the navy yard, which they burned.

British troops next arrived at the US Capitol, which was still unfinished. According to later accounts, the British were impressed by the fine architecture of the building, and some of the officers had qualms about burning it.

According to legend, Admiral Cockburn sat in the chair belonging to the Speaker of the House and asked, "Shall this harbor of Yankee democracy be burned?" The British Marines with him yelled "Aye!" Orders were given to torch the building.

British Troops in WashingtonBritish Troops Attacked Government Buildings

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The British troops worked diligently to set fires inside the Capitol, destroying years of work by artisans brought from Europe. With the burning Capitol lighting the sky, troops also marched to burn an armory.

At about 10:30 pm, approximately 150 Royal Marines formed up in columns and began marching westward on Pennsylvania Avenue, following the route used in modern times for inauguration day parades. The British troops moved quickly, with a particular destination in mind.

By that time President James Madison had fled to safety in Virginia, where he would meet up with his wife and servants from the president's house.

Ruins of the White HouseThe White House and adjacent Treasury Building Were Burned

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Arriving at the president's mansion, Admiral Cockburn reveled in his triumph. He entered the building with his men, and the British began picking up souvenirs. Cockburn took one of Madison's hats, and a cushion from Dolley Madison's chair. The troops also drank some of Madison's wine and helped themselves to food.

With the frivolity ended, the British Marines systematically set fire to the mansion by standing on the lawn and hurling torches through the windows. The house began to burn.

The British troops next turned their attention to the adjacent Treasury Department building, which was also set on fire.

The fires burned so brightly that observers many miles away recalled seeing a glow in the night sky.

Raid on AlexandriaThe British Carried Off Supplies

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Before leaving the Washington area, British troops also raided Alexandria, Virginia. Supplies were carried off, and a Philadelphia printer later produced this poster mocking the perceived cowardice of the merchants of Alexandria.

With the government buildings in ruins, the British raiding party returned to its ships, which rejoined the main battle fleet. Though the attack on Washington was a grave humiliation to the young American nation, the British still intended to attack what they considered the real target, Baltimore.

Three weeks later, the British bombardment of Fort McHenry inspired an eyewitness, attorney Francis Scott Key, to write a poem he called "The Star-Spangled Banner."

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"If USA is really serious about democratizing the world, why not start with The United Kingdom, the main colonizing force, its tributaries1 (including Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Belgium, Netherlands, Spain, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and Luxembourg) and accessories (including Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Dubai, Kuwait, Oman, Jordon, Bhutan, and Japan). Last but not least USA must have a Central Election Commission and all Senators must be chosen by elections to eradicate Philosopher Kings whose allegiance are to The United Kingdom of Israel.” Kolki