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The real cause of the Crusades was Islam of course. The moon cult's Jihad.

Islam is to blame for the long-overdue Christian response to its Jihad.

by Ferdinand III


Phds have compiled nonsensical, fantastical and factually irrelevant books on the Crusades. In one survey I performed, out of 40 'scholarly' Phd works, 80% were decidedly negative. These were not histories designed to inform or present a balanced view, but to slander, denigrate, calumny and falsify history. Most of these Phds – the value of which is certainly arguable – would not be writing in their vernacular, in the ease and comfort of a digitized modern-world order, without the Crusades. Their ignorance extends beyond Marxist rewriting and post-modern cant, to the support of a cult which has the expressed theological view of wiping out their entire world. Moronic. No wonder Phds are viewed as little more than expensive exercises in Marxist rubber-stamping.


Without the Moslem Jihad the Crusades, totalling 7-9 depending on who does the counting, are unnecessary. They would not exist. The Moslem Jihad or Crusade is still on-going, yet the Phds do not take this into account. One would assume that a cult embroiled in 1400 years of war is to be held responsible for not only its own irrational, non-spiritual violence, but the reaction of its enemies. Would you please be passive whilst I kill you says the ever-benign Jihadist to his victim. The Marxist Phd would reply, 'surely, all in the name of tolerance'.


Here are the causes of the Crusades:


-Christian civilization wiped out between Syria and southern France from 634 AD to 737 AD.


-Between 10-15 million Christians were enslaved by the moon cult, including including young girls for sex harems during the 1400 year Moslem occupation of the same territory.


-Between 1550-1750 alone, over 1 million Christians were enslaved by Moslems just in North Africa [see Davies' book 'Christian Slaves, Moslem Masters'].


-We know that the population centres of places like Hungary declined by half over the same period thanks to Ottoman invasions and slave trading – 3 million disappeared from central Europe alone during this period.


-Moslems filled slave markets over 1400 years with captured Slavs, especially coveted for their beauty and the women for their sex-slavery. At least 5 million Slavs over 1400 years or 3.000 per annum on average [ a very modest yearly take for the Moslems], were enslaved by the Moslems.


-An estimated 30.000 Churches were pulled down between Syria and France by the ever-tolerant Moslem between 634 and 720 AD, including the holiest of sites, the Holy Sepulchre in 1003-4.


-Moslems built mosques on top of churches – for Marxist Phds this is passed off as 'massive construction', not the supremacist act that it most certainly is.


-Under the Sharia Law and the pact of Umar, Christians were second-class knaves who paid a Jizya or poll-tax and were open to other taxes, Moslem predations and had to treat Moslems as their superiors.


-3.000 Christian pilgrims were slaughtered on their way to Jerusalem in 1064. They joined the thousands of other Christians who had been killed whilst on pilgrimmage to Jerusalem since 700 AD.


-The Turks obliterated the poorly-led Greek Orthodox army at Manzikert in 1071. The Byzantine empire was near death at this point. Calls for aid went to Rome and the West. The message was basically 'first us, then you'.


-The Mediterranean littoral was subject to unending Moslem attacks, slave-trading, campaigns of rape and destruction. Trade was cut off with Europe. As Pirenne and others have proven vital staples such as papyrus, gold and silver disappear from the European economy during this period, causing ruminations of a 'dark age'.


One can go on, the above list is incomplete. In any event we get the idea. The Jihad in all its evil, bloody, satanic gore, prompted a response. The Crusade slaughter of 3-4000 innocents in Jerusalem in 1099, after a year of endless travail, battles, near-death experiences including starvation and Moslem encirclement, was hardly a high point of Christian piety. But the streets did not run with blood. On the other hand one can create a very long list of Moslem slaughters of Christians 5-10 x in number of what occurred in Jerusalem. Antioch, Tyre, Edessa, Rhodes, Cyprus, Malta, Constantinople, and cities stretching from Edirna to the gates of Vienna.


The Moslem slaughter of Christians was far worse than anything the Crusades enacted. But you won't hear about it.



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