Monday, April 30, 2012

A Wrong Focus

This article focus upon the fact that the British royalty are bad 'cause they are descended from Germans? OK, these were often rich, and royal. Or they had a few evil and/or depraced ancesters.

But where is it written that either are necessarily bad? That in a similar way is like pointing at some Irish (or Polish, or Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, etc, etc.,) descended people and simply printing- "ah ha Roman Catholic! The people *necessarily* (as in simply so rather than more strictly Papal loyalist as that entity's fraternal order network- aka college fraternities etc), high level education etc.

Condemning the royalty strictly for being of German ancestry is as absurd as if so for being Irish or Jewish (or Arab or ...

Rather the sin is allegiance to the historically satantic fraternal order system...

The Teutonic Origins of the New World Order

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Jurriaan Maessen
October 15, 2009
According to a recent poll held in the Netherlands, sympathy for the royal family is in serious decline. Immediate reason for the waning of warmth for the bluebloods is a questionable building project of luxurious holiday villas undertaken by the prince of Orange in the impoverished state of Mozambique. Another reason for the decline, say the pollsters, is an increasing unease about the family’s financial ethics or, rather, lack thereof. Not only are they in the habit of paying little or no taxes, they annually scoop bucket loads of cash from the treasury....


avles said...

The true target is clear. Protestant Eastern Prussia was born from a leader of Teutonic order who converted (you just stated this):

<<.......During the Protestant Reformation, endemic religious upheavals and wars occurred across the region. In 1525, during the aftermath of the Polish-Teutonic War (1519–1521), Sigismund I the Old, King of Poland, and his nephew, the last Grand Master of the Teutonic Knights, Albert of Brandenburg-Ansbach, a member of a cadet branch of the House of Hohenzollern, agreed that the latter would resign his position, adopt the Lutheran faith and assume the title of Duke of Prussia. Thereafter referred to as Ducal Prussia (German: Herzogliches Preußen, Preußen Herzoglichen Anteils; Polish: Prusy Książęce), remaining a Polish fief..............>>

Anonymous said...

It is quite clear that there have ever been two wolves in each Catholic...just as their are two wolves in every other man.

One does not denigrate the British 'royals' (which, by the way, is meant to encompass the entirety of British 'nobility')but one does highlight that if the Church of England made the choice to return to the Romish fold in increments over a long period of time, then the English Royal family would indeed by bound to do so (as 'defender of the faith') and without necessarily telling the populace at large that this had already occurred in a sub-rosa fashion. Tolkein, a Catholic, noted it well in the aftermath of the trench warfare he took part in...stating that the White Tower had once again allied with the 'All Seeing Eye' of Rome.

The Lord of the Rings is quite the book, from a Sanskrit and metaphorical point of view. As are other great Bible and Veda.

Using wikipedia to underscore dialogue? pft.