French paradox and immigrants, le paradoxe francais et les immigrants

Traditional Nativity scene from Provence

Recently many mayors in French cities or town saw their offices sued for having “Nativity scenes” in city hall, and were forced to remove them. Actually some brave mayors refused to do so. Technically the courts are right. The law of 1905 clearly indicates a separation of church and state. So yes it make sense, city buildings being of every one and funded by tax dollars euros, it’s normal to respect the law.

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France most corrupted country in EU, France pays le plus corrompu d’Europe

I am not the one saying it, mind you I did notice all the things that were going wrong in the place.  No Transparency International did the analyses and here it is.

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Templar beginning and Hildegard of Bingen, Les debuts Templiers et Hildegard de Bingen.

What possible link could exist between a Saint nun of Germany born three years after the fall of Jerusalem into Christian hands and Templar knights? The first who made that link were Lynn Picknett and Clive Prince in their book Templar Revelation already cited. Unfortunately, those authors didn’t dig far enough otherwise this could have solve faster some mysteries surrounding our knights.

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Switzeland when it’s not good to be a native, Suisse quand il n’est pas bon etre un natif

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Apparently even Switzerland has been hit by either Socialism or Chlorovirus. Imagine yourself working as a Mail person in the small town of Moosleerau Switzerland, you rent your home from the city and as Christmas gift, you get an eviction noticed, so some refugees can move him. The town receives a tax exemption of 10 000 francs per year but in exchange she has to be able to offer free lodging heat electric phone to anyone claiming to be refugee. The town took the money but never used it to make a shelter for an eventual arrival, so instead the kicked out the mail lady who was renting the only township owned building. Isn’t wonderful? You work you’re a native, you’re Out.

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Growing up in Piennes Lorraine, the war years continued grandir a Piennes les annees de guerre 5

When WW1 begun in 1914, Poland didn’t really exist, it was split between the Russian Empire and Austro-Hungarian Empire. If my paternal Grandpa found himself immediately enrolled on the Germanic side, the other was on the Russian side. And yet he found himself prisoner of war of the Bolsheviks. Go figure. Was he forcefully enrolled in the German army as soon as they moved into the land? No one is still alive to tell me. He spent a couple years in the Caucasus to escape when the soviets taught him dead after a fall in a deep well.

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The Templar curse La Rochelle, la maledicition des Templiers.

La Rochelle is a very interesting city on many point. Although known in Gaelic times than later under Roman control, she did not become important until it became a “commune”, a franchised town with its own mayor, city council and other city notables (read bourgeois) to run the city. The name of the first mayor is still known today: Guillaume de Montmirail. The reason this port became important is not really because it was on the open sea to travel to America, American continent was not known then. Or was it?

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The Templar curse, la maledicition des Templiers.

A while ago I mentioned how the Forest d’Orient was flooded to become the Lake d’Orient and how no research are possible in the area. All the underground infrastructure ordered by the Knights is no longer available for historical and archaeological. I also noticed the legal action ordered by the French government immediately occured after the Gisord story that can still be   found in Gerard de Sede‘s book “Les Templiers sont parmi nous” “Templars are among us” apparently never translated.

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Muslims claim America’s discovery. Musulmans: pretendre decouvrir les Ameriques

To begin with, you cannot discover a place that was always there and occupied in the first place. I even said that to anyone claiming Columbus discovered the land.
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Conspiracy theory is healthy, theorie du complot est saine.

For the longest time, each person who would oppose a “official version” of an event was considered as a nutcase. It is still true now. Ask anyone where they get their news from and they will give you a list of “orthodox” sources mostly owned by media moguls (names withheld to avoid law suits)(yeah I need my own tinfoil hat).  I always presented my students with a small test:  a British and French perspective on Joan of Arc and I would ask them which one was the true one.  None could really present a real image of the “Pucelle d’Orleans”, most likely because no one really knows even today who she really was. The story is still not clear and perhaps someday I will write about it.

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Back to Walden, a healthy(ier) living, Retour a Walden, un mode de vie (plus) sain

OK I lied, I can not return to Walden as I never went to it in the first place. What I know of Thoreau comes from reading his books, mainly “Civil Disobedience” and of course “Walden” but of course the two are linked. Moving to Walden was for Thoreau the beginning of civil disobedience. Also, I did not build my home, and she is not 150 square feet but closer to 3250. She is not made of wood but of limestone. So what does this article have to do with Walden you may ask.

 

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