Was life in the Hwan Empire really that bad if you weren't ethnically Korean?
No, the Hwanocaust is a Finnish myth made to promote their Suomist narrative, you can't trust them.
6 billion Finns did not die, the number is more like 300 million, and that was only because of an outbreak of Down's Syndrome in the camps.
There were no ass chambers, and there was no written order for the killing of the Finns.
Changdolf Chingler did nothing wrong.
See the documentary "The Gayest Story NEVER Told" at thegayeststorynevertold.tv
Anyone know the French philosophy of the 20th century much?
What do you guys think of Saussure? I've been seeing that hipsters are getting into him a lot lately.
Was the public stoning of dachshunds the biggest anti-German meme of all time?
where did it go??
Whats that little loop on the back of the stock for?
Hey guys, I was thinking about something last night. I was reading about the fall of the Ottoman empire and how it directly correlates to the turmoil in the middle east today, and I started noticing similarities between the fall of the Ottoman Empire and the fall of the Roman Empire, specifically the long periods of time after the fall of those once great civilizations.
I came up with a term to describe this effect, I call it the Dark Age Effect.
When a great empire that spans through many cultural and ethnic regions falls, it creates a power vacuum. That power...
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Dark ages weren't called dark because of the turmoil that followed the fall of the western roman empire. It was simply called as such because of the lack of data available during that period which left a dark spot in our history.
Put aside any issue you have with the feasibility or the wanton crimes against humanity.
Are there any leading communists you grudgingly respect or admire?
I respect that Castro lead about a dozen men onto an island and managed to overthrow an american backed dictatorship.
You are now aware Cod Wars actually existed
Why was Jeanne D'Arc able to make such a massive difference in French fortunes during the final stages of the Hundred Years War for her people? Why did the English have her burned at the stake and why did they bribe church authorities and inquisitors to falsify claims against her being a heretic?
Are morals truly subjective? Can a man really be evil, and can a man really be good? Is evil real? If there is no afterlife, then does anything we do in life truly matter?
Has there ever been a more successful dynasty on earth?
Excuse me, just superior Dynasty passing by.
What does /his/ think of this book and how schoolchildren are lied to?
Okay, Theres a problem.
Stop posting threads about
>"hurr why did ww2 happen"
Fuck off you cunts just
FUCKING READ A BOOK
G O O G L E I T
this isnt /spoon/feed, If you arent going to think something original and just fuck around you can
GET THE FUCK OFF MY BOARD.
Was American freedom of religion the single worst thing to happen for Christianity in the modern (post-medieval) world? I mean, there were some silly protestant sects in Europe, but things don't seem to have gone full retard until cults started getting their own little settlements in America.
It was probably the coinciding French and American revolutions, both of which stressed a represented secular political system. The French I would say had more of an impact on this area specifically though
>Was American freedom of religion the single worst thing to happen for Christianity
What exactly have creationists Christians done to Christianity thats so bad? They are kinda irrelevant and people only bring them up cause they are easy targets.
Not really- chances are if the US was founded without freedom of religion or with a single state religion it would have just been one of those retarded cults and the same thing would have happened with even less room for the somewhat less retarded ones like quakers.
Who is this stormin' Norman?