Sunday, July 17, 2011

Forgotten American and Canadian history
The 200th commemoration of the 1812 war is coming up, and the US puppet government in Ottawa wants to make sure that no one remembers that the war was about repelling a US invasion, and that the US lost when DC was captured and burned. Indeed, the US revolutionary war also involved an attempted conquest of Canada. That one failed when the general in charge, Benedict Arnold, turned traitor or ceased to be a traitor, depending to your perspective. The invasions were typical imperial adventures, of course, but the ideological fervor came from George III’s enactment of religious toleration in Quebec. That made him an agent of the Anti-Christ, that is the Pope.
From LRC.

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