The Crusades and investing in Silver
A couple of videos I wanted to share with you guys.
The first is an excellent video about the Crusades, from a Historian whose YouTube channel focusses entirely on the Crusades.
You’ll often hear the Atheistkultist go on about how the Crusades prove that religion is violent, and it needs to be eliminated… unlike Atheist regimes like Pol Pot, for instance (Holodomor? Never heard of it!). It seems that Atheistkult is utterly unable to distinguish one ideology from another; believing in anything is bad, they say, and all ideologies are equally damning. So they believe in the John Lennon “Imagine” anti-ideology, committing slow suicide through small-n nihilism, completely failing to realize that the broad-spectrum antibiotic they took, purging them of beliefs, only allowed weirder, less-known memes to seep into their soft little skulls…
But I digress.
The Crusades were not an example of Christendom being racist and violent (or whatever they’re claiming now): they were a justified response to Muslim aggression, which very well could have been an existential threat to Europe! I’ll let the video speak for itself; after watching, be sure to check out the rest of his channel, as he goes into many of the details about what life was like back then.
It’s always good to know where you came from.
The next is part one of a series “The Hidden Secrets of Money”; most of you are probably aware of the major points being made in this, but there’s still quite a bit of excellence which you probably hadn’t heard of already. For instance, we all know that the US is printing money like there’s no tomorrow (which all goes back to the Petro Dollar and Iran), but did you know that every other country is doing the same bloody thing? Here in Canada we like to pretend that we’re going to be immune to the US’s hyper-inflation… we won’t. Modern currencies are tied together, basically, and the entire Western world is following the US down the road of insanity. H/T to Captain Capitalism for turning me on to this great site.