May 06, 2014

Some Things Never Change

In the 13th century, the Crusades were called and organized by the very powerful Catholic Church as a vicious persecution of ordinary people who had different beliefs. “Their choice was either to recant or die. Initially none recanted, and …on the feast day of Saint Mary Magdalene…a huge fire was prepared. While it blazed and roared, the prisoners were brought out before it and more than one hundred and forty of these heretical perfecti (priests of the persecuted belief system) were flung thereon at one time….The following year…more than 400 perfecti, both men and women, were burnt on a gigantic bonfire.”             from "The Master Game" by Graham Hancock and Robert Bauval Last week, in the city of Odessa in Ukraine, dozens of people occupying the Trade Unions House in protest against the US-backed regime change were burned to death when “Neo-Nazi mobs loyal to the unelected regime now occupying Kiev” set the building on fire, trapping those inside.              from, "Odessa Massacre Pushes Ukraine to the Edge" May 3, 2014