Saturday, 24 September 2016

"Canonisation" of Roncalli Revisited


Vatican Diary / In a few months, six new saints canonized outside the rules
19.3.2014, by Sandro Magister, on Chiesa Espresso
http://chiesa.espresso.repubblica.it/articolo/1350746?eng=y&refresh_ce

"the "canonization equivalent." The nature of this special procedure, which "has always been present in the Church and has been employed regularly, if not frequently," was illustrated in "L'Osservatore Romano" on October 12, 2013 by Cardinal Angelo Amato, prefect of the congregation for the causes of saints. The cardinal explains: "For such a canonization, according to the teaching of Benedict XIV, three elements are required: an ancient tradition of devotion, the constant and common attestation of trustworthy historians on the virtues or martyrdom, and the uninterrupted fame of miracles." Cardinal Amato continues: "If these conditions are satisfied - again according to the teaching of pope Prospero Lambertini - the supreme pontiff, by his authority, can proceed with the 'canonization equivalent,' meaning the extension to the universal Church of the recitation of the divine office and the celebration of the Mass [in honor of the new saint], 'without any definitive formal sentence, without any preliminary juridical process, without having carried out the usual ceremonies.'"

So, if there are miracles, a canonisation can be done without usual ceremonies.

"In this area, therefore, it is also striking that Pope Francis has decided to proceed with the canonization of John XXIII – which will be celebrated next April 27 – according to the ordinary procedure but without the canonical certification of a miracle attributed to his intercession and having taken place after his beatification."

In other words, Bergoglio's act with Roncalli was the reverse. The condition always there, not fulfilled. The ceremonies that can be omitted, not omitted.

VERY glad of taking my distance from Bergoglio from that day on./HGL

Friday, 23 September 2016

Drôle de coincidence, non?


Après le billet sur lequel je me débats et qu'il a fait juste pour moi, le blogueur Prof solitaire a fait un certain nombre d'autres.

Ceci est le statut de sa page d'accueil actuel:

http://www.webcitation.org/6kjy0S614

Ensuite, on clique l'icône pour "messages plus anciens", et on va à ...

http://www.webcitation.org/6kjyCvRmW

Où le premier article en haut est le dernier qui disparaissait en ajoutant d'articles après.

Cet article est "le mien":

Carbone 14 et franc-maçonnerie...
sur le blog du prof solitaire
http://profsolitaire.blogspot.com/2016/09/carbone-14-et-franc-maconnerie.html


Au thème "Jesus is a really shitty scientist" faut juste ajouter que pourquoi pas, c'est Lui qui a construit un Univers Géocentrique et une faune diversifié du début, tout ce qui est tabou dans le monde des scientifiques de nos jours.

À part ça, le prof semble ne pas avoir été contant d'avoir ce message de blog tout en haut ... n'a-t-il pas aimé le débat? Car, notez, le nombre de messages blog après contient exactement autant de messages (dont la plupart d'art) qu'est nécessaire pour que ce message là ne soit plus accessible.

Ça me rappelle ce que je viens de dire en anglais, les évolutionnistes semblent ne plus aimer le débat:

Creation vs. Evolution : Were Evolutionists More Willing to Debate in Early 80's?
http://creavsevolu.blogspot.com/2016/09/were-evolutionists-more-willing-to.html


Et le débat qu'il m'avait promis avant, sur les dix essais en récalibration créationniste de carbone 14, il semble ne pas le vouloir prendre non plus ....

Prenons, pour ne pas donner tous les liens, celui qui m'a plus le plus après, ou les deux.

Examinons une hypothèse qui se trouve contrefactuelle un peu de près
http://nov9blogg9.blogspot.com/2015/10/examinons-une-hypothese-qui-se-trouve.html


Avec un peu d'aide de Fibonacci ... j'ai une table, presque correcte
http://nov9blogg9.blogspot.com/2015/10/avec-un-peu-daide-de-fibonacci-jai-une.html


Dans le premier, je réfute mathématiquement un autre créationniste, celui-là Protestant. Et dans l'autre, je trouve une table de récalibration que depuis je revisite et revisite pour faire les miennes. Ils sont les essais 6 et 8 dans un total de dix. Le début, je donne un peu de leçons en persistance et autocorrection comme on le souhaite des scientifiques.

Bien entendu, ils ne prennent pas en compte la datation dendrochronologique, sur lequel le prof ne cite pas le lien qu'il donne néanmoins, juste en citant un peu de "pep talk" sans arguments très détaillés.

Là, je cite le site sur cette chose et je réponds, dans les commentaires.

Moi
Answers to Creationist Attacks on Carbon-14 Dating?

A-t-il un seul argument contre mon scénario?

Je cite
"Yes, Cook is right that C-14 is forming today faster than it's decaying. However, the amount of C-14 has not been rising steadily as Cook maintains; instead, it has fluctuated up and down over the past ten thousand years. How do we know this? From radiocarbon dates taken from bristlecone pines. There are two ways of dating wood from bristlecone pines: one can count rings or one can radiocarbon-date the wood. Since the tree ring counts have reliably dated some specimens of wood all the way back to 6200 BC, one can check out the C-14 dates against the tree-ring-count dates."

Encore moi
Bon, ceci est en effet un aveu que pour qu'on doive se fier à des dates radiocarboniques de 8 200 ans, il faut avoir des choses datés indépendamment de la datation radiocarbonique et aussi avec celle-ci, de manière que le bon fonctionnement de la datation radiocarbonique (donc un niveau de carbone 14 à peu près comme aujourd'hui) soit vérifié par la datation indépendante.

Je propose les documentations historiques, qui sont excellentes pour les dernier 2500 ans. L'auteur de ce site propose le comptage d'anneaux de croissance dans les arbres. Qui confirmerait les datations radiocarboniques jusqu'à il y a 8 200 ans.

Le problème est que telle datation fiable en termes de dendrochronologie n'est pas fiable.

J'ai vérifié une fois (référence perdue, hélas!) que les séries en Europe ont des bottlenecks, comme on dit en anglais, et ceci donc avec très peu d'arbres qui feraient le pont. Malheureusement, le diagramme pour les diverses anneaux des diverses arbres ne fait pas confiance par sa stricte parallélité.

Des créationnistes avant moi ont aussi dénoncé les anneaux de croissance comme pas forcément annuels. En Californie, la présence d'humidité et de sécheresse (deux fois par an) peut très bien être plus important que l'été et l'hiver.

Le prof, plus loin
Hans, avec ce que je sais de votre idéologie, je suis convaincu que vos arguments anti-science ne sont pas solides. Malheureusement, je n'ai ni le temps, ni les connaissances et ni l'envie d'attaquer vos arguments un par un afin d'en prouver la fausseté.

Je vous invite à écrire une thèse et à la soumettre à une université et à la révision des sommités dans le domaine. Si vous avez raison, alors allez-y et révolutionnez le monde de la science. Je serai le premier à reconnaître mon erreur et à m'excuser.

Ce serait bien la première fois qu'un théocrate catholique créationniste aurait raison à propos de quoi que ce soit.

D'ici là, je vais continuer à accorder ma confiance aux grands consensus scientifiques qui font l'unanimité chez les sommités intellectuelles du monde des sciences, c'est à dire des gens qui sont davantage préoccupés par un désir de décrire la réalité plutôt que par celui de prouver à tout prix que leur petit livre religieux est la vérité absolue telle que dictée par un divin créateur.

Ne vous en déplaise, en ce qui me concerne, ce sujet est donc clos.


Est-ce que le sujet était tellement clos pour lui, qu'il voulait qu'il le soit pour tout nouveau venant à son blog? Ça expliquerait que je trouve après ce message là, dix autres, dont les premiers huit sont de l'art. Sur un blog dont la page d'accueil montre exactement dix messages, les dix derniers, à la fois./HGL

PS, les liens vers le site que le prof citait ...

Answers to Creationist Attacks on Carbon-14 Dating
on Creation/Evolution Journal : Issue 8 (Spring 1982)
Author(s): Christopher Gregory Weber
https://ncse.com/cej/3/2/answers-to-creationist-attacks-carbon-14-dating


... et vers ma réponse ...

Creation vs. Evolution : Radioactive Methods Revisited, Especially C-14
http://creavsevolu.blogspot.com/2016/09/radioactive-methods-revisited.html


Bonne lecture!/HGL

Note on the Crusade (Medieval Version)


Here is some good stuff:

The TOF Spot
on Crusades


Deus vult! Part I: The Preludes
https://tofspot.blogspot.fr/2016/03/deus-vult-part-i-preludes.html


Deus vult! Part Two: On Your Marks
https://tofspot.blogspot.fr/2016/04/deus-vult-part-two-curtain-rises.html


Deus vult! Part III: I have come in order to die
https://tofspot.blogspot.fr/2016/08/deus-vult-part-iii-i-have-come-in-order.html


Be it noted, I don't disagree about Crusades, or about supporting Peshmargas against ISIS.

If I disagreed about supporting Kharzai, it is because Kharzai, the Western backed and democratically elected (as far as Parliamentarian Democracy is at all democratic) Kharzai was putting Christian connverts in prison and forbidding the sale of Bibles in Kabul.

Back in those times, some Geoff of Bouillon or Tancred or Bahamonde (after whom another caudillo was named) would have put Kharzai into gaol for such doings. At best./HGL

Can Young People Conduct a Media Business from Home?


Just if they have talent.

But until they've tried, that is strictly for them to decide. Even after, when they move out, parents can no longer decide for them. Nor anyone else, as long as they stay legal.

Now, I was a few months ago speaking of what the Wright brothers did before starting what became flight.

Here is another example.

New owners have requested a demolition permit for Walt Disney’s first home in California. The well-preserved 1914 Craftsman bungalow at 4406 Kingswell Avenue in Los Feliz belonged to Walt’s aunt Charlotte and uncle Robert Disney, who in July of 1923 invited their young nephew to board in their home (at a rate of $5 per week) as he pursued his dream of becoming a film director.


See the title of the article I cited, then click and read the rest:

The Home Where Walt Disney Founded His First Studio Is Set to be Demolished
July 19, 2016 Chris Nichols Architecture, Celebrity, Film, L.A. History, Urban Development
http://www.lamag.com/askchris/demolition-permit-pulled-walt-disneys-first-los-angeles-home-studio/


Plus, let's not forget how Lizzy and Hilde Kate are doing in the Lysiak home:

Orange Street News
http://orangestreetnews.com/


Of course it may help that their father is also a journalist./HGL

Thursday, 22 September 2016

Spero Christifideles heri habuisse


bonum festum Sancti Matthæi Apostoli, Evangelistæ et Martyris./HGL

Yesterday Morning, I distributed slips of paper with URLs to five blogs



Here are some viewer stats, last 24 h:

Ukraine
Ukraine 7
Ukraine 27 34
Ukraine 9 43
France
France 1
France 4 5
France 1 6
France 11 17
France 7 24
UK, Canada, Australia
Canada 1
Canada 9 10
Canada 1 11
Australia 1 12
United Kingdom 1
United Kingdom 2 3
United Kingdom 1 4 16
United States
United States 1
United States 2 3
United States 3 6
United States 8 14
Germany
Germany 1
Germany 4 5
Germany 6 11
Netherlands
Netherlands 2
Netherlands 5 7
Romania
Romania 2
Romania 2 4
Romania 3 7
Other
Mozambique 1
South Korea 1 2
Denmark 1 3
Indonesia 1 4
Poland 2 6
China 1 7

Per blog:
Creation vs evolution

Ukraine 7
Netherlands 2
Romania 2
Canada 1
Germany 1
France 1
Mozambique 1

somewhere else
France 4
South Korea 1
United States 1

Great Bishop of Geneva!
United States 2
France 1
United Kingdom 1

New blog on the kid
Ukraine 27
France 11
Canada 9
Netherlands 5
Germany 4
United States 3
United Kingdom 2
Romania 2
Denmark 1
Indonesia 1

Philologica
Ukraine 9
United States 8
France 7
Germany 6
Romania 3
Poland 2
Australia 1
Canada 1
China 1
United Kingdom 1

Tuesday, 20 September 2016

Two Rules of Successive Odd Numbers Apply to Square Numbers


Obviously, 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49 ... is as we have been taught in school

1 + 3 = 4, 4 + 5 = 9, 9 + 7 = 16, 16 + 9 = 25, 25 + 11 = 36, 36 + 13 = 49 ...

Now take a look at 49, it is 7 * 7. Imagine we are dealing with a square of pebbles or where dimensions are required to be one precise set of length units. Now, take the same parameter and make the rectangle oblong, by shuffling the units from width to length.

7 * 7 = 49
 49 - 1 = 48
6 * 8 = 48
 48 - 3 = 45
5 * 9 = 45
 45 - 5 = 40
4 * 10 = 40
 40 - 7 = 33
3 * 11 = 33
 33 - 9 = 24
2 * 12 = 24
 24 - 11 = 13
1 * 13 = 13


Is this a law? Check 64.

8 * 8 = 64
 64 - 1 = 63
7 * 9 = 63
 63 - 3 = 60
6 * 10 = 60
 60 - 5 = 55
5 * 11 = 55
 55 - 7 = 48
4 * 12 = 48
 48 - 9 = 39
3 * 13 = 39
 39 - 11 = 28
2 * 14 = 28
 28 - 13 = 15
1 * 15 = 15


I think it is. How about cubes, now?

First of all, what are the successive differences between cube numbers?

1, 8, 27, 64, 125, 216, 343, 512, 729, 1000.

1 + 1 + 1*6 = 8; 8 + 1 + 3*6 = 27; 27 + 1 + 6*6 = 64; 64 + 1 + 10*6 = 125; 125 + 1 + 15*6 = 216; 216 + 1 + 21*6 = 343 ...

If you don't recognise the multiples of six involved, 1, 3, 6, 10, 15, 21 are triangular numbers. 1 + 2 = 3; 3 + 3 = 6; 6 + 4 = 10; 10 + 5 = 15; 15 + 6 = 21. They augment by successive numbers.

If we scale down by shuffling units from factor to factor, as before, we will however get another kind of rule.

8 * 8 * 8 = 512
 512 - 1*8 = 504
7 * 8 * 9 = 504
 504 - 3*8 = 480
6 * 8 * 10 = 480
 480 - 5*8 = 440
5 * 8 * 11 = 440
 440 - 7*8 = 384
4 * 8 * 12 = 384
 384 - 9*8 = 312
3 * 8 * 13 = 312
 312 - 11*8 = 224
2 * 8 * 14 = 224
 224 - 13*8 = 120
1 * 8 * 15 = 120


Yes, we are scaling down with exactly same steps as from a square, except that each subtrahend is now multiplied by the cube root of the original cube number. Let's doublecheck:

7 * 7 * 7 = 343
 343 - 1*7 = 336
6 * 7 * 8 = 336
 336 - 3*7 = 315
5 * 7 * 9 = 315
 315 - 5*7 = 280
4 * 7 * 10 = 280
 280 - 7*7 = 231
3 * 7 * 11 = 231
 231 - 9*7 = 168
2 * 7 * 12 = 168
 168 - 11*7 = 91
1 * 7 * 13 = 91


This is the kind of mathematics that Boethius enjoyed - unless one should say he put in his textbook of arithmetic no such lopsided things as going from 7*7 to 6*8 or from 7*7*7 to 6*7*8. I don't recall those examples from his textbook, but that could just be my sloppy and tired reading back then or bad memory since then.

Check ye it out!

Anicii Manlii Torquati Severini Boetii
De Institutione Arithmetica
Libri duo
E Libris Manu scriptis Edidit Godofredus Friedlein MDCCCLXVII
https://la.wikisource.org/wiki/De_Arithmetica


Oh, if you know Latin, of course. And if someone is prepared to fill in the remaining 50 % from the text of Friedlein (since it is 1867, copyright has expired, there is no copy right violation for this edition by numerising it).

Hans Georg Lundahl
Nanterre UL
Vigil of St Matthew
Apostle and Gospeller
20.IX.2016

Tuesday, 13 September 2016

I Also Find the Flat Earth Refuted


1)Creation vs. Evolution : Since it is My Birthday, I Take Today's Article on CMI as a Birthday Present · 2)New blog on the kid : I Also Find the Flat Earth Refuted

CMI published an article:

A flat earth, and other nonsense
Dealing with ideas that would not exist were it not for the Internet
by Robert Carter and Jonathan Sarfati
http://creation.com/refuting-flat-earth


Ideas do exist whether there is internet or not. Obviously, the previous ways of expressing ideas, before internet was there, were either private expression or certain mass media (including lecturing from ecclesiastical pulpits or from school pulpits) where you are not your own editor. And, indeed, in some of these cases, Flat Earth did exist very well apart from the internet.

Yeshivôth, heard of them?

Now, one of the main Christian (... or half and half so, but not compromising on the verge of clear modernist confirmity ...) proponents of Flat Earth is Rob Skiba II. He is ALSO Hebrew Roots. And that means that "Torah school" and "Yeshivah" are words that mean something to him.

Now, if you go to AD 1200 and continue up to 1300, you will find few or no proponents of Flat Earth in University of Paris. But among Jews "juste à côté" (up till when St Louis IX expels them) and then further East (some only went as far as across Le Rhône into Carpentras), you would probably not have found any proponent of a Round Earth. They had their saying "it is allowed to study Greek philosophy between day and night" or sth like that, namely the short while of evendim. The time between sun touching horizon and first two visible stars (which may in Greek terminology be planets, of course).

If you kill the internet or smother its freedom of expression, you will probably still have Jews proposing Flat Earth in their Yeshivôth, and you will also (as I learned from a video proposing Vedic Flat Earth Geocentrism) have Hindoos explaining the shadow of Earth during Lunar eclipses as being really the "planet Rahu" interposed between Moon and us. This last is also why I disagree with Rob Skiba on his reason why not to embrace Flat Earth fully, he thought Lunar eclipses were the best argument, I think polar region and close by region seasons on the two hemispheres the best argument.

Along with different stars.

Suppose one granted Flat Earthers a torus shaped Earth, with only upper faces qualifying as Earth and only upper faces included in discovered geography. Suppose North is the dimple inside and South is the rim outside. 6 months long day would be easy to explain, if Sun in daily circuit above the torus was during six months on the dimple side, a closer circle (summer half year of Northern hemisphere). But six months long day on South Pole would be more difficult. Take the half year which is Summer on Southern hemisphere. They suppose the circuit is wider and therefore on the outrim side of torus. So wide that dimple (=North) is always cut off from Sun by the bulk of the torus. This means that on the other hand any part of Antarctica would each day (as in 24 hour space) in part have better access to Sun, as Sun was on its side of its part of the torus, but in part worse, since cut off from Sun by not just closer torus but also by other torus bulk.

Also, their argument that the stars "of other hemisphere" (recall, some of South will be seen from North of equator and vice versa) are invisible because too far away is an argument which has been refuted by the telescope. If you trust that instrument, that is. Which I do - only not as much as I trust the microscope.

The internet has allowed me to "hear" (actually more often read) the Flat Earth case and also refute it - including to those exposing it on their sites (insofar as they did not outmoderate my comments to their readers too).

It’s notable that the article The Flat Earth Myth, as recently as 2013, did not receive any negative comments from flat-earth believers. Why? Because there were hardly any people back then who believed it! Rather, readers were grateful to see that the church had never taught this nonsense. Several honest atheists have even slammed people from their own side who have pushed a bad pseudo-history that accuses the church of teaching a flat earth. [Citing Tim O'Neill, very corectly, in footnote]


Yes, probably a few more Jews have converted to Christian Fundamentalist communities, which are not as doctrinally opposed to Flat Earth as modernist ones or even Trad Catholics are. Some fans of Sungenis (fellow Catholic with a question mark and fellow geocentric) have been somewhat uncharitable to Flat Earthers, it seems he is not quite enjoying the prospect of sharing Heaven with converting Jewry. Or they are not quite doing so. Or were not, until I pointed out that a Catholic Flat Earther would most probably be a former Jew.

And the same happened in reverse, with observers on ships. Indeed, this was explained well back in the Middle Ages by John Sacrobosco (c.1195–c.1256) in his Tractatus de Sphaera (Treatise on the Sphere, i.e. the earth):

That the water has a bulge and is approximately round is shown thus: Let a signal be set up on the seacoast and a ship leave port and sail away so far that the eye of a person standing at the foot of the mast can no longer discern the signal. Yet if the ship is stopped, the eye of the same person, if he has climbed to the top of the mast, will see the signal clearly. Yet the eye of a person at the bottom of the mast ought to see the signal better than he who is at the top, as is shown by drawing straight lines from both to the signal. And there is no other explanation of this thing than the bulge of the water. (Tractatus 1:11)


Well, some of them have presented a calculus of HOW far down things "would" disappear on a circular earth and used fact the views don't match that (i e Chicago seen from Lake Michigan) as proof it is not circular. However, one should note that a torus shaped earth actually would pose same kind of problem to them as a circular one - or one extra problem to anyone, namely if true, the non-disappearance would be greater along the top of the torus, which is not true.

OT prophet Isaiah lived between seafaring Phenicians (Chanaaneans, mainly) and land crab Babylonians. The authors of Talmud Bavli on the other hand seem to have been only in contact with land crab Babylonians, or their heirs. This is shadowed by fact that OT is neutral in wording, while post-Christ Jewry have historically been favouring Flat Earth, and more the more they have been ghettoised.

In fact some of them disliking Flat Earth and others of them disliking Geocentrism and St Thomas Aquinas, are two sides of their anti-Greek prejudice. Obviously not shared by the Catholic Church which heeded "in Christ is neither Jew nor Greek" (i e in their previous opposition, obviously the fact of belonging to either ethnicity does not exclude from the Church).

Hans Georg Lundahl
Audoux
St Philip, ex prefect of Alexandria
martyred by his successor
13.IX.2016

Update, 14.IX, Elevation of Holy Cross Feast:

Just listened to Russell Humphreys, on his non-Geocentric view of the "light years" and how "distant" star light came here very fast.

Gravitational time dilation is supposed to be proven by comparing clocks ticking at ground level and high up in sky-scrapers, as far as a certain diagram of the clip could show.

However, this could also be because ether turns faster out there / up there in a Universe turning around us by the ether. And it could be affecting the clocks without affecting the actual time.

This Geocentric option for it would be somewhat ingenious as a solution even for distant starlight - if needed still, in Geocentrism - because starlight seems according to modern theories of how you measure distance, to be distant any way you look. Imagine how fast the ether would be turning - in RH's theory affecting "speed of time" even! - so many "light years" above a centre of a turning Universe.

Just that, with Geocentrism, you cannot prove the phenomenon observed by Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel in 1838 (and previous years) to be parallactic or functioning in similar ways. In fact it cannot be parallactic in the sense of a landscape "moving parallactically" for your eyes, because you watch it from a train, if Earth is NOT moving with us like a train. And it cannot be proven that it functions in a similar way either, as Bouw and DeLano imagine. So, "the first rung of the cosmic distance ladder" just disappears. Therefore the rest. Therefore the distant starlight problem too.

Now, as on their article, they did allude to an earlier article of theirs, I should link to my response to it:

New blog on the kid : And CMI also felt a need to "refute Geocentrism" ...
http://nov9blogg9.blogspot.com/2015/02/and-cmi-also-felt-need-to-refute.html


I was going to make it part 3 of this series, but it is already part 2 of a larger one./HGL

Later same day:

I checked about Bessel. He was born in Minden. Two facts stand out:

  • 1) The Peace of Westphalia in 1648 gave the possession of Minden to Brandenburg-Prussia, and it remained with Prussia until its break-up in 1947. The rule of Frederick I of Prussia (in office 1688-1713) ended the 400-year self-determination or independence of the citizens of Minden. The 40-man unit (Vierziger) was dissolved by the king and the town council was replaced by a town authority consisting of 16 businessmen, 16 tradesmen and eight representatives of the community who were elected for life.

    In other words, Bessel was fully part of the Prussian heritage which today's article by CMI deplored in the case of von Trotta. In case anyone should think he was of a Catholic region even so (Cologne was Catholic and in Prussia), let me remind you there was a reformation in Minden:

    The introduction of the Reformation to Minden in 1529 created much conflict in the town, leading to the formation of a 36-man unit that took over the role of town regiment. Nicholas Krage announced Minden's new evangelical church order from the pulpit of St. Martin's Church (Martinikirche) on 13 February 1530. There were 128 prosecutions for witchcraft between 1603 and 1684. As in nearby regions, almost all those sentenced were women. Imperial troops occupied Minden from 1625 to 1634, during the Thirty Years' War (1618–1648). Protestant Swedish troops laid siege to Minden and captured it in 1634. Queen Christina of Sweden (reigned 1632–1654) granted full sovereignty in internal and external affairs to Minden.

    So, it was, like the Magdeburg or Meideborg where von Trotha was born - he was the culprit of the Herero genocide - a Protestant area.

  • 2) Minden is a place from which Jews were not being expelled during the time when it was fashionable in some German states.

    A Jewish community has existed in Minden since the 13th century. There were up to 400 members in the 19th century. After WWII the Jewish community was reconstituted with 40 members. The Minden synagogue which was destroyed in the Kristallnacht pogrom, was inaugurated at a new site in 1958 and is the centre of the Jewish community.

    Since the 13th C.? Sounds like they could have been coming there from the France from which St Louis IX expelled them.

Saturday, 10 September 2016

Le mauvais plan de Brock Chisholm


Il semble avoir dit:

Ce que doivent faire les gens partout dans le monde, c’est de limiter les naissances et favoriser les mariages mixtes (entre ethnies différentes). Il en résultera dans le monde entier, la création d’une seule lignée métissée susceptible d’être dirigée par une autorité centrale.


En savoir plus sur Le projet de génocide de la population blanche
http://reseauinternational.net/le-projet-de-genocide-de-la-population-blanche/


Que faire, alors?

Défavoriser les mariages mixtes et quand même limiter les naissances?

À mon avis plutôt:

Ni favoriser, ni défavoriser les mariages mixtes et surtout pas limiter les naissances.

Cette divergence de plan comment contrarier le mauvais de Brock Chisholm est la divergence entre moi et une certaine droite.

J'espère biensûr que Ignaz Seipel était innocent des plans pour favoriser la mixité aux dépenses des indigènes, même s'il dirigeait Pan-Europa-Union.

Pour s'en convaincre, j'aimerais qu'on lise (et j'aimerais lire moi-même) son Staat, Volk, Nation.

Hans Georg Lundahl
Achères
St Théodard, évêque et martyr
10.IX.2016

PS: quand aux mots de Noel Ignatiev, cités et traduits comme:

L’objectif de l’anéantissement de la lignée blanche, est, de prime abord, si souhaitable, que certains peuvent trouver difficile de croire qu’il pourrait s’attirer une opposition autre que celle des suprématistes blancs engagés… Ne vous méprenez pas à ce sujet : Nous avons l’intention de continuer à battre à mort les Blancs, et ceux qui sont vivants, et les Blanches aussi, jusqu’à ce que le concept social connu sous le nom de « lignée blanche » soit détruit.

– Professeur Noël Ignatiev : Harvard Magazine, septembre-octobre 2002.


Il y a pas mal de choses qu'on peut considérer comme des résultats de "concepts sociaux" du passé (les mots "social construct" ne sont pas exactement équivalents à "concept social", mais comprennent aussi les résultats permanents des concepts sociaux du passé), que ça serait insensé de rêver d'anéantir.

Il me semble probable qu'à une certaine époque, les langues indo-européennes le soient devenues dans un processus bien favorisé par la société d'alors de les indo-européaniser. Adaptation à la langue Hittite, incomplête, adaptation à la langue Frygienne, incomplête, adaptation à autre langue fonctionnant comme espéranto perdu, aussi incomplête dans ce cas, ou adaptation mutuelle entre certains langues (Frygien, Hittite, Grec pré-Mycénéen et Mycénéen, Luwien, peut-être un proto-Aryen sur Crète) ... ces choses là aussi sont des "social constructs" et ça serait insensé de vouloir éradiquer la famille de langues la plus grande du monde, et avec autant davantage de locuteurs qu'alors, avec des locuteurs possiblement aussi tellement plus libres qu'alors, car Chrétiens, le processus de dés-indo-européaniser ces langues serait impossible ou beaucoup plus traumatisant que le processus inverse. On ne doit pas traumatiser les gens pour les libérer de "social constructs" qui sont douteux, on doit parfois les libérer de ceux qui sont carrément mauvais, et là, Harvard semble beaucoup plus correct à cibler que la "lignée blanche"./HGL