We should attempt to spread history and hope whenever possible. This is an interesting read and one I hope shows that the men of the north are becoming men again and preparing for what surely is a battle for survival to come against the animals who follow Islam.
posted on 02/29/2008 4:29:32 AM PST
(How is inflicting pain and death on an innocent, helpless human being for profit, moral?)
posted on 02/29/2008 4:32:43 AM PST
(Are there any men left in Washington? Or are there only cowards? Ahmad Shah Massoud)
posted on 02/29/2008 4:34:02 AM PST
(The fence is "absolutely not the answer" - Gov. Rick Perry (R, TX))
The historical timeline is WRONG!
My ancestors were sent to Sicily in 1483. They were courtesans that King Ferdinan sent to insure that his new lands were properly governed. When Ferdinan married Isabella he united Spain's two kindoms, Castille and Argon, into the lands that comprise present day Spain. However part of Isabella's dowry was the Island of Sicily and the southern part of Italy from the tip of the boot north to Naples.
The Moors had been expelled from Spain by the famous Spanish Warrior, Rodrigo (or Ruy) Díaz de Vivar (Vivar (Burgos) c. 1044Valencia, 10 July 1099), known as El Cid Campeador, was a Castilian nobleman, then military and political leader who conquered and governed the city of Valencia.
My Great Grand parents would come to the USA in 1897 when Garibaldi's revolution swept across Italy!
posted on 02/29/2008 5:43:00 AM PST
by Young Werther
(Julius Caesar (Quae Cum Ita Sunt. Since these things are so.))
Now, if even a trace of the blood of the Men of the North runs in your veins, or if you have lived long enough among them to have acquired some of their spirit, the hair on the back of your neck will rise when you read these words, and you will say, Yes! This is the hero, the man who will defend us during the troubles that are surely coming.
A trace of it does (1/4 norwegian), and it did indeed.
posted on 02/29/2008 6:39:26 AM PST
by Red Boots
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