3 Responses to “The “Dark Ages” were not so dark after all.”

  1. Nixon Scraypes says:

    The Normans built the “Muslim” buildings and liked the culture!History has certainly done a good job of concealing the origins of that mysterious gang of butchers.I’m with Mike McClaughry on this and think they are the Nesilim,the biblical Hittites,originators of the double headed eagle symbol.

  2. Anonymous says:

    The normans did take the saracen architecture and bring it to England,
    but dont forget the crsuades then, like the crusades now, are instigated planned fermented and carried out with money loaned by jews.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Hence the Doomsday book and the institutionalised robbery that took place ? Jews, like many foreigners, had come to England at the time of William the Conqueror. Saxon England had required few money lenders but the Roman and Anglican kings employed Jews to supply them with ready cash in anticipation of their revenue. The Jews became the King’s ‘sponges’ and his Exchequers, collecting his revenue and lending their own money on usury. The Jews became a hated race but survived due to their protection by the King’s troops. Many became rich, like Aron of Lincoln in the reign of King Henry II.

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