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  1. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    This is also chronological revisionism.

    Gunnar Heinsohn has built upon the work of Heribert Illig, another chronological revisionist, focusing on the time time 500-800 AD, in which Illig...
  2. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    Why would you think that? You don't understand what I believe, and don't seem clear even as to what you yourself believe, at least as far as chronology goes. Projection?

    You seem to think I am...
  3. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    Which is also rejected by modern chronologists. I'm curious here. Do you even have a consistent frame of reference for historical chronology? Or are you just shifting between different sources and...
  4. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    They do seem to be the only kind of argument you’re any good at :clapping:[/quote]

    No, just the only kind that you have the courage to respond to directly. And what do you call it when you put...
  5. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    You do realize that that would be a more radical alteration of chronology than anything Fomenko has ever purported, right?

    Do you have any archaeological evidence for 20,000 years of continuous...
  6. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    Paul, if you want to break some of these posts off into a thread called "Phantom Time and Chronological Revisionism," I can start posting a lot of this kind of information there instead of cluttering...
  7. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    Just out of curiosity, how much of his material have you actually read?



    There is still a cycle going on, but we've been in the process of rebuilding from the destruction of "Atlantis" in this...
  8. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    I'm skeptical of all of these "ancient" works. Note that the Indo-European culture originally spread from Europe, through Persia, into India, and there is not only linguistic but religious and...
  9. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    The way we understand those words today probably doesn't translate very deeply into the past. Semitic really means being descended from Sem, one of the sons of Noah. I don't know about you but I...
  10. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    Yes, and I'm actually putting together a book on this subject that I plan to self-publish, and have been compiling research for a few years now, though the material is mostly localized to the...
  11. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    I remember that this is the main thesis of this thread, and it's still a solid theory.

    One thing that makes me doubt that it's this simple is the fact, as documented in Graham Hancock's work, that...
  12. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    I just posted another thread about Christopher Langan, but he's been asked about Zionism and the Protocols of Zion, and I'll post here what he had to say about it.

    He brings up the Kalergi plan as...
  13. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    My guess is that their biggest secret (aside from all of the ritualistic murder and of course their eternal child abuse) is the full knowledge of how badly they've butchered history. Not only Western...
  14. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    There were a lot of great adventurers during the reign of Elizabeth I. The Habsburgs tried to isolate her from continental Europe because they saw her as a rebel, so she encouraged private enterprise...
  15. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    If we can sum up the whole of the problem like that Paul, then wouldn't some type of immigration reform theoretically be able to at least remove the internationalist influence from our country? Along...
  16. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    That was my point. WASPs are always the stereotypical Southern slave owners in all popular depictions and never anyone else. You say your ancestors were French Catholic. Like I said in my post,...
  17. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    They were the slave traders, too.

    Virginia, despite being a slave state, was the first to ban the importation of slaves, if I remember correctly. Most of the money being made from the slave trade...
  18. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    I just came across this and wasn’t sure where to put it. If there’s a better place for it, please move it. It’s President Nixon and Billy Graham discussing Israeli and the Zionist agenda being pushed...
  19. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    I agree - apparently not a common ideology underlying all of these.

    But I do see a common ideology, and connected history and ancestry, underlying at least the Venetians, Spanish, Dutch, French,...
  20. Re: Banksters of Babylon, Merchants of Venice, and Elders of Zion

    And the Vikings, Chinese, and Japanese. I don't think there is a common ideology underlying all of these seagoing adventures though, unless it's pure ambition. There has always been a lot of...
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