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sunshinenationalist 1 point ago +1 / -0

Excuse me for my ignorance but, what's 'papal infallibility' and 'ex cathedra?' I've heard of the terms before but I do not know what they mean.

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sunshinenationalist 1 point ago +1 / -0

Interesting explanation, instead of a biblical or scriptural backing, it's through Rome itself, which to me makes a lot more sense.

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sunshinenationalist 1 point ago +1 / -0

Interesting, I really liked that explantation

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sunshinenationalist 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yeah, when I first heard about the Norman conquest of Sicily, it got me bewildered. Afterwards, wrapping your head around the fact that the Germanic barbarians during the time of Rome aka the Vandals had controlled North Africa, now that is weird. I wonder how North Africa would be if it was ran by Vandal descendants.

I don't know too much about Napoleon but what I do know is that the Jacobins were definitely pseudo-communists that only wished for death. Glad that Napoleon came and swept away with their mess.

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sunshinenationalist 2 points ago +2 / -0

As for me, my favorite area of history would have to be the renaissance or the dark ages. My favorite event in history being the rule of the Visigothic Germanic kings upon the Iberians and the start of the Reconquista in the battle of Covadonga. I respect the Spanish monarchy because I do earnestly believe most of the Spanish monarchs acted out in true pure Christian rhetoric unlike some of the monarchs of the time.

My favorite ways to study history is through first reading on wikipedia and then start jumping rabbit holes, eventually ending up in research papers and reading books about the various events. For example, there was a book I found about the Jews in Iberia during the Visigothic to Andalusian days. It was extremely interesting.

One event I'm sure, the lot of you aren't familiar with, is the context surrounding the far-right in Chile before Pinochet's rule. For example, the nacistas held some considerable political weight under Jorge von Marees and Miguel Serrano. There was three major fascistic/national socialist protests that almost ended in the country being turned national socialist but the United States kept a keen eye on the country which prevented it from turning. Instead, the country became communist through propaganda and subversion.

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sunshinenationalist 1 point ago +1 / -0

Jews control Jesuits not the other way around. Know that.

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sunshinenationalist 1 point ago +1 / -0

I agree, religion and culture is inseparable. Especially in the facets of history.

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sunshinenationalist 2 points ago +2 / -0

everyone in this thread is retarded

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sunshinenationalist 3 points ago +3 / -0

They should both look the same, except the Republicans have Blue Lives Matter instead of Black lives

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sunshinenationalist 2 points ago +2 / -0

The Confederate Government was owned by Jews, change my mind. Oh wait you can't.

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sunshinenationalist 2 points ago +2 / -0

highly doubt, probably jews because he started his own bank that didn't adhere to the bank of London

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sunshinenationalist 6 points ago +9 / -3

Christian National Socialism is my motivation 😎

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sunshinenationalist 8 points ago +8 / -0

All is not excluded from God's table. That is pure blasphemy. All shall belong to their own cloth and from hence their nations shall prosper in the light of our lord.

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sunshinenationalist 3 points ago +3 / -0

This! Call me retarded but didn't the Romans experience God after God after God? Like they had multiple but an Emperor had a dream that there was one. He didn't identity that god so he referred to him as Sol Invictus. It wasn't until Constantine that the final religious dream would be Sol Invictus actually being the God of the bible. The one and only King Jesus Christ. Also the old testament considered Trojans, and Greeks as being similar to the Israelites in terms of 'God's Favor.'

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sunshinenationalist 3 points ago +3 / -0

Family history is something I keep on researching. It is rather saddening, that I've only became interested it in after my grand parents had died. For they know knowledge that is now lost to time. All I know is that my ancestor from my father's side was a famous poet back in his day but he lost to his communist rival. I find Great Pride when discussing family history because I am happy where my bloodline and where my forefathers were birthed, because of my surname, it was born from the victory of Covadonga. Against the Moors by the victorious Visigothic nobles. Really all family history is precious and whenever I have the chance I love to know the history of my friends and try to research how their last names spurred up.

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sunshinenationalist 8 points ago +8 / -0

After the first British Empire (aka the British empire that colonized Eastern North America), all British empires afterwards were subdued by the Rothschilds. Hence, There was no real pacification of India, Levant, Africa, etc. One may ask themselves why didn't a Christian Kingdom make any attempt to make their regions Christian? Why did the British Empire encourage Slavery and Gold Standard?

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sunshinenationalist 8 points ago +8 / -0

This. Your children will beckon upon the times before the collapse of the established order, and you will tell them of the light guided you towards the path of truth and righteousness.

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sunshinenationalist 6 points ago +6 / -0

How!?, What!? Why!? Oh my gosh so many questions

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