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One of my favorite areas of history has to be the late middle ages. Almost all of Europe was Catholic, which means that even though the different kings and princes fought one another they still shared a common worldview. In fact, the code of chivalry was based on Christian ideas on loving your enemy and the complementarity of the sexes. The Christian ethos inspired the Crusades and the Reconquista. Later on the Protestant reformation would shatter this unity and lead down the road to liberalism, freemasonry, deism and atheism.
This was the age when localism prevailed, and most affairs didn't involve a ruler hundreds of miles away. Later on in the modern era, absolutist kings gave way to bloody revolutions and the masonic (((liberalism))) of today.
The economy had a corporatist model with the guilds, which inspired Mussolini and Hitler's ideas. Unlike today, usury was greatly restricted.
I'm not saying that the Middle Ages were perfect, far from it. A somewhat similar model would be miles better than democracy though.
Depends on how you slice it.
Let me guess, you're a kike, a glownigger or a faggot pagan.
St Francis Xavier, one of the founders traveled to India and is said to be the man who has baptized the most people in history.
Jimmy Martin of the Jesuit church, as Anthony Stine from Return to Tradition calls him.
It's a natural antibiotic and has many benefits.
That's not the original article. There's another one with the quote.
There are ZERO documents proving a systematic German plan to gas and exterminate the jews. Even if documents were destroyed at the end of the war it would be a colossal and impossible feat to destroy every single one, as there would be thousands and many of them would be found in what is now Poland, which was largely conquered by the Soviets in 1944.
The whistleblower is a man, picture him without a wig and he looks like Buzz Lightyear.
Depends on whether gay is used as an adjective or a noun.
"Work out your salvation in fear and trembling"
The only time the words "faith alone" are found in the Bible they are preceded by "not by".
Their website is Godhatesfags.com
More relevant than ever
corbettreport.com has great stuff on:
-The Kennedy assasination
-The Oklahoma City bombing
Also, the recent eruption in La Palma was probably a result of geoengineering. For many years (((scientists))) have proposed the emision of aerosols and volcanic eruptions to fight (((climate change))).
As a Spaniard, I hate Picasso's art. Goya, Velázquez and even Dali were much better painters.
There are virtually no circumcisions among Christians in Europe.
I tried digging and Charles Murray never said such thing. He said: "Whether measured in people or events, 97 percent of accomplishment in the scientific inventories occurred in Europe and North America" (p. 252). The area on the map represents 80% of all European significant figures, not 97% of historical accomplishments.
Obviously, cause French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Romanian and other languages are derived from Latin. Even a very decent amount of English words are derived from Latin.
I'm not a nigger apologist, of course most Africans would still be in the stone age if not for Europeans
Peter = rock in Latin
Cephas = rock in Aramaic