Then how would you characterize the British depredations in the Chesapeake in 1813-1814 and the looting expeditions sent to Buenos Aires, or the terror bombing and destruction in Copenhagen in 1807?
Then we can begin to speak of the prison hulks if you like.
Your overall characterization of the French with 'looting as policy' is incorrect and a little careful study will demonstrate that the French logistic system was not built on or around loot and pillage. For the Wars of the Revolution that can be attributed, as the French revolutionary governments tended not to supply or pay the armies they put into the field. But Napoleon labored long and hard to establish a logistical system beginning with the campaign of 1805, witness the establishment of the supply train battalions beginning in 1807.
Once again, your sweeping, and inaccurate, statements demonstrate historical error which could be remedied with just a little research and reading.