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Who Were The Original ‘Assassins’? FASCINATING history

Real Crusades History examines the mysterious order known to the West as “the Assassins”, who played a role in the Crusades by targeting their enemies. So who were the Assassins? And why did they not frighten the Knights Templars? And why did the ...

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Sainsbury’s to introduce touch-free packaging to “help millennials who are squeamish about handling raw meat”

They’re (rightly) concerned about the harmful environment impact of plastic rubbish. But many millennials are so cut off from reality that a UK supermarket is to introduce touch-free packaging to help millennials who are afraid to handle raw meat....

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After The Bomb – Making Moonshine

If the current international crisis leads to nuclear war, then any survivors are going to need to learn all sorts of new skills. And the whole place will be so miserable that making hooch is going to be essential. So here’s a video on how to make ...

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Shroud of Turin – STUNNING New Evidence

The Shroud of Turin, once guarded by the Knights Templar, was once widely believed to be a ‘medieval’ forgery. But recent scientific research tells a very different story. The burial shroud of Christ, has marks of a spear wound that is consistent ...

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Censorship – Guess WHO Is Gagging YOU!

The scale of liberal censorship of politically ‘unacceptable’ truth has reached epidemic proportions. Not a day goes by without another major conservative voice being silenced by one or other of the main social media providers. And even for those ...

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Chant of The Templars

Here is a powerful piece of Knights Templar heritage for you, in the Gregorian chant which is one of the cultural glories of old Christian Europe. Hail, holy Queen, mother of mercy,Our life, our sweetness, and our hope.To thee do we cry, poor bani...

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Paddy Mayne – The Forgotten Hero

Who was SAS hero Paddy Mayne? Robert Blair Mayne, known as Paddy, was a tough rugby player who played for Ireland and the British Lions before the war. Most of all, though, he was a key figure in the formation and early successes of the world-reno...

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Hated for His name’s sake how the Apostles died

All of the selected Twelve Apostles except St. John was tortured to death very cruelly for not denying Faith in Jesus. Perhaps this is a reminder to us that our sufferings here are indeed minor compared to the intense persecution and cold cruelty ...

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GAB – free speech alternative to Twitter – is GROWING!

The more PC and repressive social media giant Twitter becomes, the more people are looking for a free speech alternative. And hundreds of thousands have already found it in gab.ai – and more join them every hour! This is truly a people-powered rev...

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Thinking Of Quitting The Rat-Race?

Tired of working within a doomed and destructive System? Want to quit your job and become a farmer? That is exactly what all these folks did. Are you thinking about starting a small-scale, urban, hobby farming business or off grid living farm? The...

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13 October 1307 – The day that changed the world!

In 1305, the new Pope Clement V, based in France, sent letters to both the Templar Grand Master Jacques de Molay and the Hospitaller Grand Master Fulk de Villaret to discuss the possibility of merging the two Orders. Neither was amenable to the id...

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Brave Gurkhas Bring Welsh Town To A Stop

Historical accounts suggest that the Gurkhas first came to Brecon to serve in 1974. And now Gurkhas from the Infantry Battle School march every year in the Gurkha Brecon Freedom Parade. The parade of 41 Gurkhas was lead by Captain Giriprasad Gurun...

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India introduces DEATH PENALTY for paedophile rapists in MAJOR crackdown

DIA has introduced the death penalty for rapists and paedophiles after a post-mortem on a 11-year-old schoolgirl that had been raped, tortured, strangled and smothered shocked the country. Prime Minister Narendra Modi approved the bill at an emerg...

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History: Pearl Harbor – whose was the ‘infamy’?

On December 7th 1941 President Roosevelt allowed the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor to go ahead, in order to goad the American people into enthusiastically joining the war against Hitler.   More than brave 2,000 American sailors died as a dir...

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The Convent of Christ in Templar Town Tomar

The castle was built in 1160 as a stronghold for the Knights Templar as a defence against the invading Moors. Concerned at the growing power and riches of the Knights Templar, the Pope dissolved the order in 1314 and designated the Order of Christ...

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Knights Templar Connections – Temple & Blisland, Cornwall

Temple Church in Cornwall shows obvious connections to the Knights Templar; Take a look at the following photographs, and the explanations with them, and explore the history for yourself: The picture below was taken at nearby Blisland Church – and...

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Off The Grid – “it’s the next big thing”

I traveled around America meeting these extraordinary people and writing about their lives. Above all I wanted to find out WHY they live off the grid. This film includes interviews with some of the characters (including author Carolyn Chute) from ...

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Toronto Van Slaughter – The Key Fact “They” Won’t Mention

In an unusual departure from the normal practice, the mainstream media are being quick to hammer home the fact that the Toronto Van Massacre suspect, Alek Minassian, is an Armenian and that “90% of Armenians are Christians”. As usual, the entire E...

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How Vatican archives clearly document Armenian Genocide

The German writer and historian Michael Hesemann has been studying the Armenian Genocide for over 20 years now. He has studied more than 3000 pages of the Vatican Secrete Archives related to the Armenian Genocide. He says all archives are open, an...

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Anzac Day – the First D-Day

Moving scenes from the annual Dawn Service in Galipoli, Tukey. Together with services all over Australia, New Zealand and in London, it marks the anniversary of the tragic and bloody First World War battle that helped to form the identity and nati...

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The Knights Templar and the Languedoc tomb

An underground tomb has been discovered in the Languedoc region of southwest France, which may help substantiate the existence of a Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene bloodline. The tomb contains a mummified corpse on a rose-colored plinth under a ...

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The fight to save Ireland's babies is coming down to the wire

The Irish abortion referendum is now only one month away and as the campaign to legalise child-murder in Ireland comes down to the wire, Catholics and Nationalists once loyal to the now pro-abortion Sinn Féin, are leaving in droves. Yesterday, out...

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Ballad of the Alamo – Marty Robbins

“Remember the Alamo!” The old battle cry now fills Politically Correct ‘Americans with horror, while patriots do indeed remember with pride. Before the video(scroll down), here’s a bit of background: In 1835, a general uprising throughout Mexico s...

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Crafting an English Longbow

Actually originating from Wales, the mighty longbow became the basis of English military might for centuries. The way it evened the odds between heavily armoured knights and the peasantry also had an impact on the social history of England, contri...

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Real history: ‘English’ history is many centuries older than we’re told. Unorthodox history for those who can think for themselves

Ardent fans of the idea that the English only arrived in Britain after the fall of the Roman Empire will find this video challenging to say the least. But history lovers and those with inquiring minds will find this unorthodox history fascinating....

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Knights Templar in Jerusalem

The Knights Templars, also called Templars, were the elite warriors of the crusaders. This military order was founded in the middle ages and existed for approximately for two centuries. Following the First Crusade in 1099, Christian pilgrimage to ...

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How Liberals Are Destroying The Second Amendment Through The Backdoor

‘Liberal’ politicians in the USA have long wanted to cripple the First Amendment – and now they’ve hit on a way to do it through the back door! Over the last few years, Facebook became the biggest source of news and platform for the exchange of vi...

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The Globalist media and its war on traditionalism and society

As Israel defends its borders from Palestinian terrorists, the vultures in the international media hover above the blue skies of the Gazan border, waiting to propel a dead Palestinian rioter or bomber into the minds of Western Liberals as a symbol...

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What if the Crusades Never Happened?

The Crusades certainly shaped European history, both religiously and in terms of secular development and history. Yet not many know the significance they played. In this intriguing little video the historian author asks what if these wars never ha...

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A 14-week-old unborn baby appears to clap its hands together while the parents sing

Watch the incredible moment this tiny unborn baby starts clapping in the womb as parents sing nursery rhyme in a routine ultrasound scan. The spread of this technology and images of unborn children showing them to be real people, not “a collection...

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The Number Of The Beast – An Orthodox Interpretation

Among the broad masses of believers in subjugated Russia [note, this was written in the dark days of the Bolshevik terror against Christians in Russia – KTI Ed], the expectation of the second coming of Christ is exceptionally widely spread. A grea...

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Celiac disease health awareness “What We Do”

With an online reach far bigger than that of all other Templar bodies combined, the KTI has had the social media power to make a real difference when it comes to health awareness campaigns. Ever since our launch we have run a series of videos and ...

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Who were the ancient Germans? Hidden history

This is a brilliant documentary shedding new light on our ‘barbarian’ forebears. The Romans considered the Germanic tribes as cultureless savages, but the reality is very different. This full length documentary picks up the clues from ancient anna...

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Templar Cavalry in the Field

The Knights Templar’s mission to protect Christian pilgrims to the Holy Land of Palestine quickly developed into a full capability with the most advanced military equipment and tactics of the time. This naturally included heavy cavalry, as this we...

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9 Months In The Womb: A true blessing

9 Months In The Womb: A Remarkable Look At Fetal Development Through Ultrasound. Life is a blessing, and it starts at fertilisation. Images like this are destroying the ignorance that has permitted the mass slaughter of unborn children through abo...

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Henry VIII’s favourite warship in one of England’s finest museums

Almost 500 years after Henry VIII’s favourite warship, the Mary Rose, sank off the south coast of England as the king watched despairingly, visitors to Portsmouth can see an extraordinary view of the vessel in its stunning museum (pictured above, ...

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Thousands Welcome In May Day In Ancient Oxford Tradition

For hundreds of years, thousands of students have gathered at dawn every May Day outside one of Oxford’s oldest churches to welcome in summer. Magdalen College choir sings the Hymnus Eucharisticus from the top of Magdalen Tower in a tradition that...

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The Templars in Spain

First formed in France in response to attacks on pilgrims to the Holy Land, the Knights Templars rapidly grew until the original nine ‘Poor Knights’ had grown into a powerful international Order. From Ireland, Scotland and England to Slovakia, fro...

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The Trial of the Templars

Through the skills, innovations and good reputation of their Order, the original Knights Templars quickly built a powerful international organisation. Unfortunately for them, however, they lent money to the king of France, who decided that rather ...

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Meet the mom who fosters ‘hospice babies’

Cori and her husband have eight children of their own and have fostered seven more so far. Two of those were very special cases. This amazing woman explains just how these two tragic little ones touched her heart as they became members of this lov...

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Shocking: Another historic church is destroyed

“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” – Edmund Burke (1729 – 1797) The Neo-Gothic Church Saint-Jacques d’Abbeville was demolished in the Département de la Somme, France. This church survived the Great Wa...

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We’re In Global COOLING Now, Not Warming!

History – including climate history – repeats itself over and over again. Nature doesn’t do straight lines, that’s something done by computers when they’re fed data chosen to get them to do that. This fascinating and very straightforward debunking...

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May Day carnage around the world

Masked left-wing radicals rampaged through the streets of Paris, attacking police and onlookers and burning and looting stores. The May Day tradition of wrecking everything in sight and the sheer scale of the carnage and violence shocked the Frenc...

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Winter is Coming! Watch the scientist whose Little Age Age warning is being suppressed by ‘global warming’ fanatics

Make the most of this summer because it could be your last decent one: winter is coming as the planet enters the most devastating cooling period since the 65-year Maunder Minimum of the 17th and early 18th centuries. This is the dire forecast of P...

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The warriors who saved Christendom

In 732 A.D., a heavily outnumbered army of Christian warriors took on the huge  army from the deserts of North Africa that had invaded France after conquering most of Spain. The fate of Christian Europe hung in the balance… Comprehensive documenta...

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Why Did Philip IV of France Target the Templars?

Any organisation that achieves great success in its chosen fields is likely sooner or later to become the victims of unjust attacks by those who are jealous or scared of its power and influence. In the case of the original Knights Templars, howeve...

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Charge of the Light Brigade – The Folly and the Shame

One of the best remembered British military operations was also one of the biggest military disasters. In the middle of the nineteenth century the British and French joined forces with Turkey to try to throw the Russians out of Crimea. The Charge ...

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Chant of the Templars – music and history

This is a very powerful piece of Knights Templar heritage for you! The well-known Salve Regina prayer to the Virgin Mary is traditionally sung within the Catholic Church’s Liturgy of the Hours, but throughout musical history, it has been used in ...

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The manliness of the Prodigal Son – parable for our times

The parable of the Prodigal Son is one of the most memorable and moving of all Our Lord Jesus Christ’s parables. Many who cannot name all Ten Commandments can nevertheless give a rough outline of the story. It has been widely represented in Christ...

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Social Conformity – What Would You Do?

Over the years, many scientists have experimented with ‘social conformity’. It’s the process whereby human beings do or say things not because they believe them to be right, but because they follow what they see or hear other people around them do...

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The loss of the child-rearing ‘village’ affects us all

It takes a village to raise a child. That’s the saying. So why has the village been allowed to move away? It’s certainly not a mistake. Removing the ‘village’ removes the support given to new parents, which helps to keep subsequent pregnancies at ...

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This is One Huge March The MSM ‘Gatekeepers’ Don’t Want YOU To See

Thousands of Pro-lifers took to the streets of London on Saturday for the March for Life UK, the first time the march has come to the British capital. American singer Joy Villa led the march through Trafalgar Square to Parliament Square, where Cla...

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Great Templar procession in Caravaca de la Cruz

The annual May procession by Knights Templas is one of the highlights of the year in this town in Murcia, in southern Spain. It really is well worth a visit! The Templars’ key role in the liberation of Spain earned them a very well-deserved place ...

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Despite Social Media Censorship, Ireland Must Vote No To Abortion

As Ireland gears up for the crucial  referendum on abortion on May 25, the pro-abortion mainstream media are complaining about how grass-roots pro-life campaigners are using Facebook and other social media platforms to get across their message – w...

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James Lovelock, Godfather of Green: Climate Change Religion is Bunk

James Lovelock, inventor of Gaia Theory and godfather of the modern environmental movement, has finally renounced the green religion. Climate alarmism, he says, is not “remotely scientific”; one volcano could make more difference to global warmin...

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The Silent Scream – documenting the full horror of the abortion industry

‘Fetus’ instead of ‘baby’. ‘Termination’ instead of ‘abortion’. ‘Research’ instead of ‘dissection’. ‘Clinic’ instead of ‘slaughterhouse’. ‘Choice’ instead of ‘murder’. That’s how the liberals try to conceal the reality of abortion, but this brilli...

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A generation that can kill their children, will kill their parents

In the last few hours, renowned British-born scientist David Goodall took his own life in a suicide clinic in Switzerland. The 104-year-old was not suffering from terminal illness but cited his lack of quality of life for his decision to fly from ...

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Marxist Cardinal Shames The Catholic Church

One of the closest ‘advisors’ to Pope Francis has effectively admitted to being an out and out Communist. German Cardinal Reinhard Marx was in the news again last week because of the current bicentennial of the birth of Karl Marx, born 200 years a...

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Debt – the ‘modern’ form of slavery

Almost all of us are in debt. This no-punches-pulled video explains the origins of this modern form of slavery.  Usury – the lending of money at interest – has always been condemned in traditional Christian teaching. That it is no longer so in the...

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The revival of the Templars’ Code – The Ten Pillars of Modern Chivalry

The principles of Chivalry and traditional values been largely forgotten in decadent and mentally diseased modern society. They need to be restored. It is the responsibility of all Templar Knights and Dames to represent chivalric values in their o...

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Eastern European countries want their young people back - and why there's no good news for the dying West

EASTERN European migrants living in the UK are being urged to return to their homelands - with politicians using the Jackson 5 song ‘I want you back’ used as a slogan. Continued westward emigration has created a ‘brain drain’ in the east of the co...

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The Day of Freedom march and anti-Christian bigotry

Many people have asked the Templars why we were not supportive of Tommy Robinson’s Day of Freedom rally that took place in London on the 5th of May. Considering the line-up featured the pederasty apologist Milo, a drag queen, militant feminist Ann...

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The Reconquista

The Reconquista is the name given to a long series of wars and battles between the Christian Kingdoms and the Muslim Moors for control of the Iberian Peninsula. It lasted for a good portion of the Middle Ages from 718 to 1492. The Moors were Musli...

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This beauty shall not perish from the face of the Earth – we swear it!

An inspiring reminder of the culture of Europe which would be lost if the whole continent falls to the new barbarism. Recorded at the Basilica of the Pannonhalma Archabbey, Hungary – one of the nations which, thanks be to God, is now summoning up ...

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At Last! An Anglican Bishop Stand Up For The Unborn Child!

Needless to say, the first ever March For Life in London was blanked by the liberal media, including the pro-abortion BBC. This was the first time the March had been held in London and estimates say there were 4000-5000 people there. In Parliament...

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Religious Symbols Must Be Tolerated At Work – Welcome New Guidelines

The outrageous denial of the right to wear a Christian cross at work in Britain is to come to an end under new guidelines. Equalities minister Victoria Atkins is rounding on religious intolerance as long as symbols do not interfere with the abi...

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The REAL Europe of Christendom and culture

Powerful video in French, but with good English subtitles, looks at the REAL Europe. Not the EU, not the sickly shambles of today, but the Europe of Sparta, the Celts, Rome, the Renaissance, the Industrial Revolution, the Space Age. Inspiring!

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We did the sexual revolution once before. It didn’t go well - it wasn't meant to!

How often have you heard sexual progressives claim that those of us who hold to traditional sexual morality and marriage are “on the wrong side of history?” But as one new book points out, it’s the proponents of the sexual revolution who are embra...

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All is not lost!

To outside onlookers peaking in, Europe looks to be sauntering merrily towards the abyss. Mass invasion from the global south was not only met with apathetic yawns but encouraged by delusional citizens, a rapacious corporate class and its treacher...

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Ireland fights to save the unborn and her future

It is not easy being a Pro-life activist anywhere in the West. Those that hold the view that the cruel butchery of the unborn are sneered upon by Left-wing fanatics, labelled women-haters and every other pejorative their minuscule minds can muster...

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52 Palestinians shot dead as US opens first embassy in Jerusalem

52 Palestinians have been shot dead and over 2238 have been wounded, 770 from live gunfire at the Gaza/Israeli border as Palestinians attempted to break the blockade of Gaza on the same day America became the first nation to officially open an Emb...

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Atheism is vacuous

Atheists – we all know at least one! And aren’t they just all exactly the same? You must know what we mean: They are utterly ‘convinced’ that God does not exist. So convinced, in fact, that they cling to their empty and miserable dogma with, err, ...

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Festa Templaria, Tomar

Every year, Tomar in Portugal hosts the Festa Templária; the Knights Templar Festival. This is a three-day event and includes the spectacular Parade of Knights. Hundreds of local people dressed as Knights Templar parade through the streets in a to...

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Victory for the Templars as Soros’ Open Society foundation ends operations in Hungary

George Soros’ Open Society Foundation is shutting down its operations in Hungary, in a move which is good news to all supporters of national sovereignty.  “Faced with an increasingly repressive political and legal environment in Hungary, the Op...

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Switzerland – Putting The Banksters Under Pressure

It’s called “Vollgeld Initiative” – in German, meaning more or less “Referendum for Sovereign Money”. What is “Sovereign Money”? – Its money produced only by the Central Bank, by the “Sovereign”, the government, represented by its central bank. Mo...

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Looking out from Chinon Castle – the Templar’s Prison

Château de Chinon is a castle located on the bank of the Vienne river in Chinon, in the western centre of France. When King Philip IV accused the Knights Templar of heresy during the first decade of the 14th century, several leading members of the...

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Homeschooling – parents lead the resistance to liberal brainwashing and cultural Marxism

Sending your children to conventional schools in the West is like calling in a known child molester as a babysitter. Don’t do it – the only safe solution is HOME SCHOOLING! Even before you do that, make a start protecting your children by disconne...

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We’re all DEBT SLAVES – see why!

The Federal Reserve and the global banks – the biggest crime syndicate in history! They create credit literally out of thin air, and then they lend it to everyone else and it has to be paid back with real money, plus interest. The Bible is very cl...

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A Christian DIES for our Faith – every five minutes

The situation in Syria and Iraq has improved massively thanks to the defeat of ISIS and Al Qaeda by the coalition supporting tolerant government there.  But in Pakistan, Afghanistan and in much of Africa Africa, our Christian brothers and sisters ...

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Turning Demographic Winter Into Spring

The Demographic Winter is a silent emergency which concerns all European Countries. Among those leading the growing effort to raise awareness of the crisis and provide solutions is the Federation of Catholic Family Associations in Europe (FAFCE). ...

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Cultural Marxist Fanatics Want Human Nature BANNED From TV Adverts

TV adverts these days are a relentless round of subtle and not so subtle propaganda in favour of ‘non-traditional partnerships’. The advertising industry is now one of the key drivers in the liberal elite’s social engineering agenda. But it’s not ...

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Decadence and Glory in the Roman Empire

Here is a top list of 20 history facts you probably didn’t know about the ancient Roman Empire. From bloody gladiator fights at the colosseum to insane emperors drinking poison. From women sporting a unibrow to gluttony to the point of vomiting. F...

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The European Giant

Black Pride – great! Native American Pride – fine! Chinese Pride – normal! White Pride – racist, fascist, Islamophobe, monster! Think there’s something wrong here? You betcha! Especially when you consider everything that the peoples of Europe have...

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‘Greatest genocide in history’: Groundbreaking report finds 1 billion abortions in past 100 years

A billion is an almost impossible number to comprehend. It’s a thousand million, or a thousand, thousand-thousands. One mathematician speculated that if one billion children made a human tower, it would reach beyond the moon. Counting to a billion...

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Knights Templar Preceptory, Balantradoch

While the Knights Templar Order of the Poor Knights of Solomon was founded in France, the Order spread very rapidly over all of central and western Europe. The British Isles were no exception. This video goes exploring the Knights Templar Precepto...

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End The Fed! The case against the BANKSTERS

Should the banks work for us, or should we be slaves for the banks? THAT is the key question. The Man who drove the money-lenders from the Temple knew the answer! In more recent times, campaigners to reform the financial system have faced an uphil...

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The Crusades – Theology and Spirituality

Named after the Latin word for ‘Cross’, the Crusades were a series of epic military campaigns in which the flower of Western chivalry marched, rode and sailed many hundreds of miles in order to campaign to free the holy places of Palestine. Some m...

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Amazing discovery made as ‘Christ’s tomb’ was opened for first time in 500 years

The shrine inside the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem has been the subject of debate for hundreds of years, as to whether it is indeed the site where the Son of God was entombed following his crucifixion and from where he miraculously ro...

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Young Survivor Of Manchester Terror Bombing Thanks Hospital That Saved Her Life

A 15-year-old girl who was seriously injured in the Manchester Arena bombing has raised thousands of pounds for the hospital that saved her life. Freya Lewis from Holmes Chapel was seriously injured in the Manchester Arena Attack and was under the...

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“Demographics are destiny”. And THIS country knows it!

While Western nations are literally dying, the Russian birthrate is improving. A recent Mercator article grudgingly admitted that: “Despite a terrible recent economic performance, despite a fall in output, a slow and steady increase in unemploymen...

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Watch this pro-life teen destroy Teen Vogue over their post-abortion ‘gift guide’

Sixteen-year-old Autumn of Students for Life wants young girls to know that abortion shouldn’t be viewed as friviously as it is portrayed in a sick magazine article. Autumn hosted a video in response to an article in Teen Vogue entitled “What to g...

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“We Stand With Manchester” – First Anniversary RIP

Remember this day all the innocent victims of the #ManchesterArena jihadi suicide bombing, one year ago today. And pray that their families may find peace and new life. Britain will fall silent today at 2.30pm to honour the 22 killed by suicide bo...

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South Africa’s Endangered Farmers Get Fresh Hope For New Lives In Australia

Faced with a rising tide of brutal violence, more than 200 South African farmers are in the process of applying for humanitarian visas to allow them to enter Australia on the grounds that they and their families are being persecuted. There are a t...

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Knights Templar; The Chinon Parchment

Listen here and learn about the Knights Templar and the Chinon Parchment. Only discovered just a few years ago in the depths of the Vatican Archives, the Parchment has been authenticated by experts historians and by the Catholic Church itself as t...

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Lee Rigby Anniversary – ‘forgotten’ by mainstream media

Perhaps predictably, the fifth anniversary of murder of Fusilier Lee Rigby in a street in suburban south east London yesterday was totally ignored by the BBC and the vast majority of the mainstream media in Great Britain. The decision of Greenwich...

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Why Putin is paying women to have more children… Inside Russia’s super families

“Why Putin is paying women to have more children… Inside Russia’s super families” – that was the title of this interesting article in the Daily Telegraph. The article features some of Russia’s biggest families. It takes a slightly mocking tone, bu...

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The Knights Templar in Ireland – Dublin – Clontarf

This is a brief look at the 12th century castle and church in Clontarf on Dublin’s north side. The Order of Knights Templar developed a significant presence in Ireland and were there from the 12th to the 14th century. Unfortunately most of their s...

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Ireland’s Last Chance To Stop Mass Murder

“I am a young, proud, ambitious Irish woman and I am sick of being told that without the right to kill, without the right to take a human life, I am somehow not equal”. To protect both mother and baby Irish voters tomorrow must Save the 8th amendm...

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Bloodlust Returns As Christianity Wanes

Impulses suppressed when Christianity reigned are bound to reappear as Christianity wanes. Bloodlust is one of these passions. Romans before Christianity watched as gladiators killed each other, the crowd hoping for good sport and dignified deaths...

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Irish? Then TODAY You MUST Vote Against Child Murder!

Irish voters have an historic opportunity today to continue their resistance to the liberal elite effort to force abortion up to six months on thousands of innocent babies every year. At six months, babies don’t only have fully formed bodies, incl...

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The Crusades Top 10 Victories

The Crusades were a series of religious wars between Christians and Muslims started primarily to secure control of holy sites considered sacred by both groups. In all, eight major Crusade expeditions occurred between 1096 and 1291.  This video rec...

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Ireland – Last Chance To Stop Infanticide

Today’s vote in Ireland is not about dry, dead words on a piece of paper. Nor is it about a handful of tragic cases which make good pro-abortion propaganda. No! It’s about a cynical, dishonest attempt by the liberal political and media elite, toge...

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