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The Holy Hook, 1

  Editor’s note: With the subtitle of ‘Yahweh’s Trojan Horse into the Gentile City’, this essay by Laurent Guyénot was published, complete, on May 8, 2019, in The Unz Review.   Is the Church the whore of Yahweh? I concluded an earlier article [‘Zionism, Crypto-Judaism, and the Biblical Hoax’ —Ed.] by what I regard as…

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Christianity’s Criminal History, 164

The Christian banners enter Saxony Charles’ armies—which in the larger campaigns consisted of just 3,000 horsemen and between 6,000 and 10,000-foot soldiers—sometimes numbered more than 5,000 or 6,000 warriors. Unlike in the time of his grandfather Charles Martell, the core of the army was made up of heavy cavalry. The horsemen were armed with chain…

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Christianity’s Criminal History, 163

– For the context of these translations click here –   Plunder and Christianisation, a trump card of Frankish government policy While the Franks had fought in unison with the Saxons in the annihilation of the kingdom of Thuringia in 531, in 555-556 Chlothar I conducted two campaigns against them. In the first he succumbed…

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Christianity’s Criminal History, 159

  Charles I, known as the Great or Charlemagne, and the Popes ‘His hair was grey and beautiful, his face radiant and cheerful; his appearance was always imposing and dignified; his health always magnificent’. ‘The Christian religion, in which he was instructed from a young age, he always cultivated with great sanctity and piety (sanctissime…

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Christianity’s Criminal History, 158

– For the context of these translations click here –   A month after Charles Martel died, in December 741 Gregory III, the last Roman bishop to be confirmed by the Emperor of Byzantium, also died. His successor was Zacharias (741-752). Liutprand died at the beginning of 744, after thirty-twoyears of rule. Before the death…

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Christianity’s Criminal History, 157

  The formation of the Church-State by wars and pillage ‘But be vigilant, my children, strive earnestly to take part in what we desire! For you know that he who is on the other side will be excluded from eternal life’. —Pope Stephen II ‘The struggle for Christ and the Church is assigned to the…

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Christianity’s Criminal History, 150

  For the context of these translations click here The Ascension of the Carolingians   ‘…with the help of Christ, King of kings and Lord of lords.’ – Chronicle of Fredegar ‘Soon the Franks attacked with ships and darts, riddled them in the waters and killed them. Thus the Franks finally triumphed over their enemies…

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Christianity’s criminal history, 128

– For the context of these translations see here –   VOLUME IV, CHAPTER 1 THE CHRISTIANISATION OF THE GERMANS ‘The introduction of Christianity among the Germans was the most precious gift from heaven’. —Pastoral letter from the German episcopate, June 7, 1934   The spread of Christianity in the West At the end of…

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Christianity’s Criminal History, 126

For the context of this translation see the previous instalment of this series. Volume 4. Early Middle Ages From King Clovis (ca. 500) to the death of Charles ‘the Great’ (814) ‘For a long time Christ had already taken a look at the Germanic peoples… A new spring dawned on the sky of the Church’.…

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