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    Decisions, Decisions

    I figured I break in this sub forum but am not sure what to write about. So I'm asking the community.

    Lately I've been deep dive reading about Marx and Lincoln, the history of ANTIFA from the Spanish Civil War to the present, and have just started reading about Thomas Paine who is considered by many historians to be "The Spiritual Father of the American Revolution".

    So where do I start? What do you want to discuss?

    C/S,
    Rev J

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    Last edited by Geonagual; 09-29-2020, 05:57 AM.

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      #3
      That may be my next deep dive. Either that or I'm going to read Q by Luther Blissett again and jump into the Anibabtists.

      C/S,
      Rev J

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        #4
        It looks like you already broke in the forum with a discussion about what to talk about.

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          #5
          Originally posted by Geonagual View Post
          Knights Templar
          Their connections to the freemasonry are intriguing.

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            #6
            Originally posted by Din Djarin View Post

            Their connections to the freemasonry are intriguing.
            They definitely are.

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              #7
              Paine. He is, so far as I know, the only American Revolutionary to have no monument.

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              • Rev J
                Rev J commented
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                I think Paine is next. I'm already diving in with ANTIFA,

              #8
              Originally posted by Geonagual View Post
              They definitely are.
              The whole thing about "Secret Societies" post Crusades is interesting, including the how and why. The government in Bavaria has extensive files going back to the 1700s when they were outlawed.

              C/S,
              Rev J

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              • Din Djarin
                Din Djarin commented
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                WritersPanic Pretty sure Rev was talking about the german organisation founded in the late 18th century.

              • WritersPanic
                WritersPanic commented
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                And I'm suggesting they only rekindled an existing order into a political movement. Illuminatus did not hide his disdain for the Vatican and was excommunicated as a heretic. But he refused to give up the order. It's still around, but it failed to topple the Vatican and return the faith to the people, so I don't know what use they think they are today.

              • Rev J
                Rev J commented
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                I am talking about the 18th Century German organization.

              #9
              Originally posted by tumbling.dice View Post
              Paine. He is, so far as I know, the only American Revolutionary to have no monument.
              And he totally should. Right or left, no one would tear down his statue. Honoring Paine is only... common sense

              Common sense ladies and gentlemen. Common sense.

              I'll show myself out...

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                #10
                I want to finish the ANTIFA history thread and do kind of a splinter thread on The Battle of Cable Street since the anniversary is coming up.

                C/S,
                Rev J

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