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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, 149

– For the context of these translations click here –   From the 4th century the bishops also exercised public law functions, and in late antiquity they became ‘lords of the civitas’ (cities), and the foundations of monasteries, increasingly frequent in their cities, further increased their power. The high clergy steadily seized all possible powers.…

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Christianity’s Criminal History, 147

– For the context of these translations click here –   Ignorant, criminal on a grand scale and a good Catholic It is true that we cannot judge that epoch, an epoch of ignorant, superstitious, fallacious and bloody people, with our modern—oh so ethical—modern standards: we must not act anachronistically against history! But can we…

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Christianity’s Criminal History, 146

  The Church in the Merovingian Period ‘The Frankish reign of the Merovingians… was an age bathed in blood and murder, full of the most dreadful tragedies, at the same time replete with believing zeal and holiness’. —Franz Zach, Catholic ‘No one in history ever founded so many monasteries again…’ —P. Lasko ‘… a bloody…

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Christianity’s Criminal History, 145

– For the context of these translations click here –   Mission and slaughter Under Dagobert I, whose chief advisors included Arnulf, bishop of Metz, and Kunibert, bishop of Cologne, the paganism on the left bank of the Rhine was increasingly combated, and all the Jews in the kingdom were forcibly baptised.   ______ 卐…

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Christianity’s Criminal History, 144

  The fall of Brunhilda and the first peak in the Christianisation of the idea of kingship (Left, pen drawing from the earliest manuscript of the Chronicle of Fredegar which is believed to depict Eusebius and Jerome, 715 AD.) On the death of Childebert II, he was succeeded by his two sons: Theudebert II (595-612)…

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Christianity’s Criminal History, 143

  Brunhilda, Chlothar II and Dagobert I or ‘the Christianisation of the idea of king’. ‘… a wild political animal’. —J. Richards referring to Brunhilda. ‘Precisely under this sovereign, as can be clearly demonstrated, the Christianisation of the idea of the king reached one of its first peaks’. —H.H. Anton, concerning Chlothar II. ‘… God…

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Christianity’s criminal history, 132

– For the context of these translations click here –   CHAPTER 5 The last Merovingians ‘No one rules more than the bishops, our glory no longer exists…’ —Chilperic I While the difference between Franks and Gallo-Romans disappeared little by little, although not the different legislation, the external borders of the Merovingian kingdom remained until…

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Christianity’s criminal history, 130

– For the context of these translations click here –   CHAPTER 3 THE SONS OF CLOVIS ‘The successors of the first great Frankish king also protected the Church and the worship; monasticism developed… The remnants of paganism were fought with increasing energy’. —H. H. Anton   The division of the kingdom The kingdom of…

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Christianity’s criminal history, 129

– For the context of these translations click: here–   CHAPTER 2 CLOVIS, FOUNDER OF THE GREAT FRANKISH EMPIRE ‘One of the most outstanding figures in universal history’. —Wilhelm von Glesebrecht, historian ‘And it is certain that he knew himself to be a Christian, and a Catholic Christian, something that is manifested over and over…

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