Why was England so interested in conquering Ireland?
#81
Well, are you going to take back saying that the Bolshies are my heroes or aren't you? 
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#82
". . . we witnessed for a fact just what Stalin and the reds did to eastern Europe for many years including persecuting and infiltrating the Church, ban Bibles and close parishes.Communism is in direct conflict with all organized religions, ethnicity's, and national states.The goal is a worldwide Godless, atheist, raceless, borderless, state of the masses."

True, absolutely.  And now for Hitler -- "we witnessed for a fact just what Hitler and the brownshirts did to eastern Europe for many years including persecuting the Church, ban papal encyclicals, close parishes, and martyr priests, nuns, and lay faithful.  National Socialism is in direct conflict with the True Religion and the rights of non-Aryan ethnicities and national states other than Germany.  The goal is a Europe-wide (if not worldwide) pagan, racist, eugenic totalitarian state."  So they're both bad, bad, bad.   
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#83
(07-25-2009, 11:52 PM)devotedknuckles Wrote: c'mon alaric dont u know the jews say so, so it must be.
no proof needed.
sip sip

Fine then, don't listen to the Jews.  Listen to the Poles who lived under Nazi rule.  Ask them what they think of Hitler.  Ask them if Stalin's depravities make them think that Hitler's depravities were somehow excusable or understandable.  Remember:  Hitler and Stalin were allies before Hitler invaded Russia.  If it was such an awful thing for the English and Americans to ally with Stalin, remember that Hitler did it first.  The partition of Poland was mutually agreed upon.  Stalin was actually supplying Hitler and ordered Communists around the world to resist the Allied war effort against Germany.  For instance, Stalin's songbird Pete Seeger was strongly opposed to war with Germany for as long as the Soviets and Nazis were allies. 
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#84
I had relations that came from the Latvian area and they greeted the Nazis as liberators when they invaded, my Grandpas cousin who recently died his family even got back their own farm which had been put into a collective farm under commie rule. Of course being Lutheran they had nothing to worry about persecution wise.
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#85
(07-25-2009, 10:51 AM)Melita Wrote:
(07-25-2009, 10:46 AM)Bonifacius Wrote: An interesting aside, but I'd note that the Romans never ruled "the English."   They ruled Celts living in Britain.  The Angles, Saxons, and Jutes (the English proper) came later.  They were Germanic tribes and never lived under Roman rule.

The Romans easily established control over southeastern tribes in England (eg the Caractacus).... the Iceni were a little more trouble. But it's true that the whole of Britain was never under Roman control. I should have said Britons rather than English :P

It must be noted that the Roman General Agricola (the father in law of the historian Tacitus) defeated the Caledonians in several pitched battles, and was well on his way to conquering Caledonia (Scotland) and set his sights on Hibernia (Ireland) after that, even receiving one of their chieftans. As fate (and history) would have it, Agricola was recalled by the emperor Domitian and reportedly poisoned, the end result of which most of modern day Scotland and all of Ireland remained free from Roman rule.

That, as they say, is the rest of the story. 
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(07-26-2009, 02:51 AM)Baskerville Wrote: I had relations that came from the Latvian area and they greeted the Nazis as liberators when they invaded, my Grandpas cousin who recently died his family even got back their own farm which had been put into a collective farm under commie rule. Of course being Lutheran they had nothing to worry about persecution wise.

Oh, there's no doubt that a great many people greeted the Nazis as liberators from the Soviets, and it's understandable.  But, as Tobri pointed out, the manner in which the Nazis treated the conquered Ukrainians and Russians showed that they were not simply Western Christians on a holy crusade against Bolshevism.  They were also going to do with the Slavic East whatever they wanted. 
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#87
talk about a thread derailment
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#88
(07-26-2009, 01:04 AM)Bonifacius Wrote: Well, are you going to take back saying that the Bolshies are my heroes or aren't you? 
If it bothers you that much sure, you know I didn't mean it literally it was just part of the banter going back and forth between us......

Geez your sensitive.

Also, don't think i'm some kind of big pro-hitler cheerleader, I really can't stand most authorittorian types either way, but I'm really sick and tired hearing about Germany and the Nazi's being responsible ofr all the ills of the world when they've been dead and gone over 60 yrs while the commies are still out there lingering and causing hardache for a lot of people, including the Church.
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#89
I'm with DK on this one.
Sinn Fein are traitors for forming a government with the British in the North of Ireland (never refer to it as Northern Ireland and correct them when they do).
Martin mcGuinness has been informing on the IRA since the late 70s.He has been at the forefront of negotiations for power sharing.Its sickening. Hes currently earns over 100k pa for his new position.
Gerry adams is not a Republican and most certainly not Catholic. He supports Gay Marriage and is trying to push it through discreetly.
Sinn Fein are also a Pro-Abortion Party and are mainly involved in Drugs and Extortion.
There will be a United Ireland, maybe not in my lifetime, but for sure there will.
And yes, the Brits should be punished for 800 years of atrocities.
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#90
SIP SIP!
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