Spanish Colonialism Analysis

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Spanish colonialism in the Americas in the sixteenth century contrasted by three powers; the conquistadors, monks and the crown. All three powers’ aim was the same; to make Indians’, Christian and to take them as servants rather than killing them. Nevertheless, if the operation of these three powers examined carefully, their manner of implementation is different. While conquistadors are apparently more aggressive than the other two, the crown is weak in terms of controlling the situation and the monks are ‘caring’ in terms of Christianity and the humane attitude.
As Spanish colonialism differentiates between monks, the crown and the conquistadors, occurrence of controversial order leads to arguments of three sides. For example, monks considered
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While monks complain that conquistadors torture the innocent Indians, conquistadors state that the words of monks are complete falsification. In the letter to king Lope de Aguirre states, “Look here, Lord, don 't accept what they may let you know, on the grounds that the tears that they shed before your imperial individual is with the goal that they can come here to summon. On the off chance that you need to know the life they lead here, it is to bargain in stock, look for and get transient merchandise, and offer the Ceremonies of the Congregation at a cost. They are foes of poor people, uncharitable, goal-oriented, avaricious, and haughty, so that even the least of the ministers tries to charge and represent every one of these terrains. Remedy this, Ruler and master, in light of the fact that from these things and awful cases confidence is not urged the locals. Moreover, if this disintegration of the clerics is not halted, there will be no lack of embarrassment.” From conquistador’s point of view, monks seek money and fortune and they want to take lands of…show more content…
Hence, the colonialism of the crown failed considering the fact that the king allowed everyone to travel and rule the captured lands of new Spanish however, the rulers of they became barbarians instead. The crown did not support these actions and tried to prevent them. According to source the New Laws of Indies, 1542 “The Laws and statutes recently made by His Glory for the legislature of the Non mainstream players and great treatment and safeguarding of the Indians made an arrangement of star Indian laws - so ace Indian that they some must be disavowed in Mexico and in Peru because of pilgrim restriction." The crown attempted to control new govern keeping in mind the end goal to stop the uncontrolled demonstrations of the conquistadors. Extreme reason of this law is to stop the decline of number Indians. Along these lines, as it is specified in source one "the indigenous populace of the island of Hispaniola remained at somewhere in the range of three million; today just two hundred
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