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(1) Christianity hasΒ not defended Europe from anybody at all, and instead focused on wrecking havocΒ in EuropeΒ andΒ for Europeans – even when Europe was seriously threatened from the outside, by foreign enemies such as the Moors, the Ottomans and the Mongols/The Golden Horde.
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π”π”žπ”―π”¨π”’π”«π”žπ”² β˜Έβ™ƒβš‘ Dec 10
Replying to @markenau_
(2) The Christians of Europe left their fellow Christians to fight the foreign threats on their own, and often even supported the foreign threats or even attacked the Christians defending against them in the back.
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π”π”žπ”―π”¨π”’π”«π”žπ”² β˜Έβ™ƒβš‘ Dec 10
Replying to @markenau_
(3) The Franco-Ottoman or French-Turk alliance lasted two and a half centuries. It was a mutual deal to spread the the right version of Christian faith and Islam too through Europe by slaughter.
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π”π”žπ”―π”¨π”’π”«π”žπ”² β˜Έβ™ƒβš‘ Dec 10
Replying to @markenau_
(4) The Muslims didn’t advance further than they did into Europe because of the efforts of the Christians, butΒ mainlyΒ because of the Mongol Horde – who attacked them from the East. The Mongols have done more to defend Europe indirectly, than Christians have ever attempted to do.
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π”π”žπ”―π”¨π”’π”«π”žπ”² β˜Έβ™ƒβš‘ Dec 10
Replying to @markenau_
(5) However the Mongols took advantage of the weakened entrance to Europe, pushed into Ukraine and the Balkans almost 40 years after the Christian sacking of Constantinople.
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π”π”žπ”―π”¨π”’π”«π”žπ”² β˜Έβ™ƒβš‘ Dec 11
Your CapsLock seems to be active.
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π”π”žπ”―π”¨π”’π”«π”žπ”² β˜Έβ™ƒβš‘ Dec 11
Institutionalized Christianity is existing like a parasite off of the industriousness of our kin. It contributes nothing of value to our kin. It contributed: - fear-mongering - mass-murder - exploitation - separation - economic breakdowns - slavery - expropriation
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