Your Questions About Profitable Trading Plan

Jenny asks…

The Real European Union Agenda?

to understand the true sinister plan of the European Union you have to look back to days of the glorious British Empire when Britain ruled the waves and traded with the whole world,France and particularly Germany felt neglected because other countries knew trading with the Empire was more profitable.

End of World War II France & Germany created the European Economic Community,and propositioned Britain to join because at that time we was in financial ruin due to been the only allied nation who fought the whole way through WWI and WWII.

This was France & Germany’s opportunity to undercut Britain’s dominance on trade in Europe hence the reason why there are restrictions on British trade today,and the reason why German and French economies are in front of Britain.

The removal of Britannia on our coins is just the first step,soon we can wave goodbye to our Union Jack,National Anthem,and Currency,and most chilling of all Britain’s seat on the UN and NATO will be replaced by the EU.

This is not some wacky conspiracy theory,France & German economies have over taken Britain’s.

And there plan to flood Britain with immigration and the growing Islamification.

Our Government has no power to hold a Referendum.

What do you think?

John answers:

You are quite correct, the EU started of with perfectly legitimate reasons but soon turned into what it really was, a Pan Soviet style collective.
Now things have changed with the fall of the USSR and communism but the Idea is essentially the same.
The Germans are natural dictators, the French envy an empire, that’s the intrinsic thinking anyway. They are Jealous of Britain’s past and need their contributions which is all too willing at this moment in time.
The absolute truth of the EU agenda is the Lisbon treaty and the Previous NICE treaty put to Ireland in a referendum, both were rejected and both verdicts ignored. THAT IS ‘NOT’ DEMOCRACY’ either they dictate or stop the illusion that we have a choice in this monstrosity.
The biggest Threat indeed is Islam, how on earth do these people in power think that is a good Idea? What world do they live in?
So basically we are living in a 1984 scenario, with the illusion of democracy, ruled over by career Politicians ruled by a Faceless economic system. That’s the real world that is the EU, sooner we wake up to it the better.

Http://www.eutruth.org.uk/

Ruth asks…

Please help answer a couple history questions?

Why did Prince Henry of Portugal sponsor voyages of discovery?
(Points : 3)
He planned to be king.

He was motivated by Columbus’s voyages to the New World.

He wanted to trade with the people of Africa.

He wanted to find a way to circumnavigate the world.

3. How did the caravel make Europeans’ voyages of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries possible?
(Points : 3)
It was big and strong enough to make long voyages across the ocean.

It was equipped with enough rowers to propel it against any ocean current.

It was designed with a special sail that allowed it to sail against the wind.

It had a large cargo area and could carry heavy loads across the ocean.

4. Which best explains how the compass made voyages of exploration possible?
(Points : 3)
It helped sailors steer around rocky coasts.

It aided navigators in predicting the weather.

It kept crews from getting sick.

It allowed sailors to know their direction.

5. Which best explains why the Spanish were able to defeat the Aztecs?
(Points : 3)
The Spanish destroyed the Aztecs’ weapons.

The Aztec capital suffered an outbreak of smallpox.

The Aztecs were weakened by civil war.

The Spanish outnumbered the Aztecs.

6. Which best explains why English settlers colonized New England in the mid-1600s?
(Points : 3)
to convert the native people to Christianity

to establish a profitable fur trade

to practice their religion

to cultivate tobacco

7. Which best describes the Columbian Exchange?
(Points : 3)
the influx of colonists who arrived in the New World from Europe

the movement of plants, animals, and diseases between the Old World and the New World

the development of trade routes between the New World and European nations

the division of the New World between Spain and Portugal

8. Which was unknown in Europe before European explorers visited the Americas?
(Points : 3)
pepper

spices

coffee beans

potatoes

9. Which was a reason for an increase in the transatlantic slave trade during the sixteenth century?
(Points : 3)
the Spanish conquest of Mexico

sugar plantations in the West Indies

colonization of New England

the fur trade in Canada

10. Which describes the Middle Passage?
(Points : 3)
the trade of sugar and tobacco from the Americas to Europe

the exchange of animals, plants, and diseases between the Old World and the New World

the shipment of manufactured goods from Europe to Africa

the sea journey made by slaves from Africa to the Americas

John answers:

Why did Prince Henry of Portugal sponsor voyages of discovery?
– He wanted to find a way to circumnavigate the world.

How did the caravel make Europeans’ voyages of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries possible?
– It was designed with a special sail that allowed it to sail against the wind.

Which best explains how the compass made voyages of exploration possible?
– It allowed sailors to know their direction.

Which best explains why the Spanish were able to defeat the Aztecs?
– The Aztec capital suffered an outbreak of smallpox.

Which best explains why English settlers colonized New England in the mid-1600s?
– To convert the native people to Christianity

Which best describes the Columbian Exchange?
– The movement of plants, animals, and diseases between the Old World and the New World.

Which was unknown in Europe before European explorers visited the Americas?
– Potatoes.

Which was a reason for an increase in the transatlantic slave trade during the sixteenth century?
– Sugar plantations in the West Indies.

Which describes the Middle Passage?
– The sea journey made by slaves from Africa to the Americas

Glad to help 🙂

Lisa asks…

Which was one motivation for European exploration in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries?

1. Which was one motivation for European exploration in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries?
the Muslim invasion of Spain
the promise of trade with Asia
the rediscovery of Greco-Roman culture
the search for a land route to China
2. Why did Prince Henry of Portugal sponsor voyages of discovery?

He was motivated by Columbus’s voyages to the New World.

He wanted to find a way to circumnavigate the world.

He planned to be king.

He was looking for a sea route to Asia.
3. How did the caravel make Europeans’ voyages of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries possible?

It was equipped with enough rowers to propel it against any ocean current.

It was designed with a special sail that allowed it to sail against the wind.

It had a large cargo area and could carry heavy loads across the ocean.

It was big and strong enough to make long voyages across the ocean.
4. Which best explains how the compass made voyages of exploration possible?
It kept crews from getting sick.

It allowed sailors to know their direction.

It helped sailors steer around rocky coasts.

It aided navigators in predicting the weather.
5. Which best explains why the Spanish were able to defeat the Aztecs?
The Aztecs suffered many deaths from disease.

The Aztecs were weakened by civil war.

The Spanish outnumbered the Aztecs.

The Spanish destroyed the Aztecs’ weapons.
6. Which best explains why English settlers colonized New England in the mid-1600s?

to establish a profitable fur trade

to cultivate tobacco

to convert the native people to Christianity

to practice their religion
7. Which best describes the Columbian Exchange?
the division of the New World between Spain and Portugal

the influx of colonists who arrived in the New World from Europe

the movement of plants, animals, and diseases between the Old World and the New World

the development of trade routes between the New World and European nations
8. Which was unknown in Europe before European explorers visited the Americas?

pepper

tomatoes

sugar

coffee beans
9. Which was a reason for an increase in the transatlantic slave trade during the sixteenth century?

the fur trade in Canada

the Spanish conquest of Mexico

sugar plantations in Brazil

colonization of New England
10. Which describes the Middle Passage?

the exchange of animals, plants, and diseases between the Old World and the New World

the trade of sugar and tobacco from the Americas to Europe

the sea journey made by slaves from Africa to the Americas

the shipment of manufactured goods from Europe to Africa
11. Which was a cause of the Protestant Reformation?
sale of indulgences

fall of Constantinople

Thirty Years’ War

Council of Trent
12. Which was a consequence of the Protestant Reformation?
decline in literacy

the rise of nation-states

the Age of Exploration

belief in purgatory
13. Which summarizes a result of the Protestant Reformation?
It helped spread literacy throughout Europe.

It launched a new era of cooperation between Catholics and non-Catholics.

It created the Holy Roman Empire.

It led to better treatment of European Jews.
14. Which was a cause of the Thirty Years’ War?

conflict between Catholics and Protestants

defeat of the Spanish Armada

Council of Trent

St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre
15. Which was a result of the Peace of Westphalia?
end of religious divisions in Europe
end of a unified Christendom
decline of absolute monarchs
unification of Germany
16. Which is an example of absolutism under King Louis XIV?
persecution of European Jews

meeting of the Estates-General

convening of the Inquisition

the phrase L’etat, c’est moi
17. Which is an example of absolutism under Peter the Great?
reorganization of the Russian Orthodox Church
the time of troubles
the Inquisition
defeating the Mongols
18. Which was a cause of the English Civil War?
a split between England and Scotland
rebellion in the English colonies
disagreements between Protestants and Jews
a dispute between the king and Parliament
19. Which was a result of the English Civil War?
end of Puritanism
rise of Oliver Cromwell
defeat of the Spanish Armada
rise of absolute monarchs in England
20. Which became part of English government and culture during the Glorious Revolution?
the Magna Carta
Parliament
a new king and queen
the Commonwealth

John answers:

Man, real long.

But here’s a guy that has some interesting articles about most of your questions, and you can watch a movie or two while you are at it.

Http://www.world-history-movies.com/captain-from-castile.html

Robert asks…

history help quick please?

1. Which was one motivation for European exploration in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries?
the Muslim invasion of Spain
the promise of trade with Asia
the rediscovery of Greco-Roman culture
the search for a land route to China
2. Why did Prince Henry of Portugal sponsor voyages of discovery?

He was motivated by Columbus’s voyages to the New World.

He wanted to find a way to circumnavigate the world.

He planned to be king.

He was looking for a sea route to Asia.
3. How did the caravel make Europeans’ voyages of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries possible?

It was equipped with enough rowers to propel it against any ocean current.

It was designed with a special sail that allowed it to sail against the wind.

It had a large cargo area and could carry heavy loads across the ocean.

It was big and strong enough to make long voyages across the ocean.
4. Which best explains how the compass made voyages of exploration possible?
It kept crews from getting sick.

It allowed sailors to know their direction.

It helped sailors steer around rocky coasts.

It aided navigators in predicting the weather.
5. Which best explains why the Spanish were able to defeat the Aztecs?
The Aztecs suffered many deaths from disease.

The Aztecs were weakened by civil war.

The Spanish outnumbered the Aztecs.

The Spanish destroyed the Aztecs’ weapons.
6. Which best explains why English settlers colonized New England in the mid-1600s?

to establish a profitable fur trade

to cultivate tobacco

to convert the native people to Christianity

to practice their religion
7. Which best describes the Columbian Exchange?
the division of the New World between Spain and Portugal

the influx of colonists who arrived in the New World from Europe

the movement of plants, animals, and diseases between the Old World and the New World

the development of trade routes between the New World and European nations
8. Which was unknown in Europe before European explorers visited the Americas?

pepper

tomatoes

sugar

coffee beans
9. Which was a reason for an increase in the transatlantic slave trade during the sixteenth century?

the fur trade in Canada

the Spanish conquest of Mexico

sugar plantations in Brazil

colonization of New England
10. Which describes the Middle Passage?

the exchange of animals, plants, and diseases between the Old World and the New World

the trade of sugar and tobacco from the Americas to Europe

the sea journey made by slaves from Africa to the Americas

the shipment of manufactured goods from Europe to Africa
11. Which was a cause of the Protestant Reformation?
sale of indulgences

fall of Constantinople

Thirty Years’ War

Council of Trent
12. Which was a consequence of the Protestant Reformation?
decline in literacy

the rise of nation-states

the Age of Exploration

belief in purgatory
13. Which summarizes a result of the Protestant Reformation?
It helped spread literacy throughout Europe.

It launched a new era of cooperation between Catholics and non-Catholics.

It created the Holy Roman Empire.

It led to better treatment of European Jews.
14. Which was a cause of the Thirty Years’ War?

conflict between Catholics and Protestants

defeat of the Spanish Armada

Council of Trent

St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre
15. Which was a result of the Peace of Westphalia?
end of religious divisions in Europe
end of a unified Christendom
decline of absolute monarchs
unification of Germany
16. Which is an example of absolutism under King Louis XIV?
persecution of European Jews

meeting of the Estates-General

convening of the Inquisition

the phrase L’etat, c’est moi
17. Which is an example of absolutism under Peter the Great?
reorganization of the Russian Orthodox Church
the time of troubles
the Inquisition
defeating the Mongols
18. Which was a cause of the English Civil War?
a split between England and Scotland
rebellion in the English colonies
disagreements between Protestants and Jews
a dispute between the king and Parliament
19. Which was a result of the English Civil War?
end of Puritanism
rise of Oliver Cromwell
defeat of the Spanish Armada
rise of absolute monarchs in England
20. Which became part of English government and culture during the Glorious Revolution?
the Magna Carta
Parliament
a new king and queen
the Commonwealth

John answers:

1. Muslim invasion of Spain
2. He planned to be king
3. Special sail
4. Kept crews from getting sick
5. Spanish outnumbered Aztecs
6. Convert to Christianity
7. Influx of colonists to Europe
8. Tomatoes
9. Fur trade in Canada
10. Trade of sugar and tobacco
11. 30 years war
12. Age of exploration
13. It led to better treatment of European Jews
14. Council of Trent
15. End of unified christendom
16. Meeting of the Estates-General
17. The time of troubles
18. Split between England & Scotland
19. Rise ofOliver Cromwell
20 the Magna Carta

John asks…

1. Which was one motivation for European exploration in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries? He was motivate?

1. Which was one motivation for European exploration in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries?
He was motivated by Columbus’s voyages to the New World.

He wanted to find a way to circumnavigate the world.

He planned to be king.

He was looking for a sea route to Asia.

3. How did the caravel make Europeans’ voyages of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries possible?

It was equipped with enough rowers to propel it against any ocean current.

It was designed with a special sail that allowed it to sail against the wind.

It had a large cargo area and could carry heavy loads across the ocean.

It was big and strong enough to make long voyages across the ocean.

4. Which best explains how the compass made voyages of exploration possible?

It helped sailors steer around rocky coasts.

It aided navigators in predicting the weather.

It kept crews from getting sick.

It allowed sailors to know their direction.

5. Which best explains why the Spanish were able to defeat the Aztecs?
(Points : 3)
The Spanish outnumbered the Aztecs.

The Spanish destroyed the Aztecs’ weapons.

The Spanish found allies among enemies of the Aztecs.

The Aztecs were weakened by civil war.

6. Which best explains why English settlers colonized New England in the mid-1600s?
(Points : 3)
to establish a profitable fur trade

to cultivate tobacco

to convert the native people to Christianity

to practice their religion

7. Which best describes the Columbian Exchange?
(Points : 3)
the influx of colonists who arrived in the New World from Europe

the movement of plants, animals, and diseases between the Old World and the New World

the development of trade routes between the New World and European nations

the division of the New World between Spain and Portugal

8. Which was unknown in Europe before European explorers visited the Americas?
(Points : 3)
pepper

tomatoes

sugar

coffee beans

9. Which was a reason for an increase in the transatlantic slave trade during the sixteenth century?
(Points : 3)
colonization of New England

the fur trade in Canada

the Spanish conquest of Mexico

sugar plantations in the West Indies

10. Which describes the Middle Passage?
(Points : 3)
the exchange of animals, plants, and diseases between the Old World and the New World

the trade of sugar and tobacco from the Americas to Europe

the sea journey made by slaves from Africa to the Americas

the shipment of manufactured goods from Europe to Africa

11. Which was a cause of the Protestant Reformation?
(Points : 3)
sale of indulgences

fall of Constantinople

Thirty Years’ War

Council of Trent

12. Which was a consequence of the Protestant Reformation?
(Points : 3)
the Age of Exploration

belief in purgatory

decline in literacy

wars of religion

13. Which summarizes a result of the Protestant Reformation?
(Points : 3)
It led to better treatment of European Jews.

It brought about a decline of monastic societies.

It created greater cooperation between Catholics and non-Catholics.

It prompted reforms within the Catholic Church.

14. Which was a cause of the Thirty Years’ War?
(Points : 3)
St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre

Council of Trent

conflict between Catholics and Protestants

defeat of the Spanish Armada

15. Which was a result of the Peace of Westphalia? (Points : 3)
end of religious divisions in Europe
end of a unified Christendom
decline of absolute monarchs
unification of Germany

16. Which is an example of absolutism under King Louis XIV?
(Points : 3)
meeting of the Estates-General

convening of the Inquisition

construction of Versailles

persecution of European Jews

17. Which is an example of absolutism under Peter the Great?
(Points : 3)
reorganization of the Russian Orthodox Church

the time of troubles

the Inquisition

defeating the Mongols

18. Which was a cause of the English Civil War?

a split between England and Scotland

rebellion in the English colonies

disagreements between Protestants and Jews

a dispute between the king and Parliament

19. Which was a result of the English Civil War?
(Points : 3)
establishment of the Commonwealth

end of Puritanism

rise of absolute monarchs in England

defeat of the Spanish Armada

John answers:

1.He was looking for a sea route to Asia.
3.It was designed with a special sail that allowed it to sail against the wind.
4.It allowed sailors to know their direction.
5.The Spanish found allies among enemies of the Aztecs.
6.to practice their religion
7.the movement of plants, animals, and diseases between the Old World and the New World
8.sugar
9.the Spanish conquest of Mexico
10.the sea journey made by slaves from Africa to the Americas
11.sale of indulgences
12.wars of religion
13.It prompted reforms within the Catholic Church.
14.conflict between Catholics and Protestants
15.end of a unified Christendom
16.construction of Versailles
17.reorganization of the Russian Orthodox Church
18.a dispute between the king and Parliament
19.establishment of the Commonwealth

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