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Battle of Tenochtitlan
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Post: #46
RE: Battle of Tenochtitlan
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Post: #47
RE: Battle of Tenochtitlan
General Banter  Wrote: (03-26-2019 11:52 AM)
Utopian Knight Mare  Wrote: (03-26-2019 11:19 AM)
This thing you speak of. It displays behavior like old Cortez. He was a different kind of animal introduced into a nest of vicious rats. And they all hated the big rat living high on the lake. Easy enough to round them up and help kill the big rat. Lots of animosity to take advantage of there. Only those little rats were too blinded by their hate to see the giant dog in their midst. He, in turn, was only working for an even bigger animal sitting on a throne of power and glory created by a giant triple crown. This crown has taken upon itself the roll as trustee for the all persons, property, and souls upon this Earth. Including the heathen... Whatever a heathen is... only God knows. This crown even offers absolution for everything done in its name.





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Post: #48
RE: Battle of Tenochtitlan
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-26-2019 05:19 AM)
Mexico president asks Spain, Pope to apologize for conquest

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/the...edirect=on



AMLO asks Spain to apologize for the conquest: Spain says definitely not

The pope was also asked to apologize to Mexico's indigenous people for indignities they suffered

https://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/amlo-as...-conquest/

Because Montezuma was such a loving guy.
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These were the people who went around gathering innocent people killing them, raping them & taking them back to sacrifice grounds where they would cut out their hearts with special blades made from obsidian and while the person was still alive and the heart was still beating they would eat it as tribute to their gods.
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Post: #49
RE: Battle of Tenochtitlan
engineering  Wrote: (03-26-2019 01:09 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-26-2019 05:19 AM)
Mexico president asks Spain, Pope to apologize for conquest

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/the...edirect=on



AMLO asks Spain to apologize for the conquest: Spain says definitely not

The pope was also asked to apologize to Mexico's indigenous people for indignities they suffered

https://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/amlo-as...-conquest/

Because Montezuma was such a loving guy.
link to image: http://images.fineartamerica.com/images-...rchers.jpg

These were the people who went around gathering innocent people killing them, raping them & taking them back to sacrifice grounds where they would cut out their hearts with special blades made from obsidian and while the person was still alive and the heart was still beating they would eat it as tribute to their gods.

Yep. The indigenous sacrificed each other, kidnapping poor saps from the countryside for their sacrifices. So now they want an apology from Spain? Not forthcoming.
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Post: #50
RE: Battle of Tenochtitlan
As if a Spaniard would ever commit a hideous unspeakable genocide...
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Post: #52
RE: Battle of Tenochtitlan
engineering  Wrote: (03-26-2019 01:09 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-26-2019 05:19 AM)
Mexico president asks Spain, Pope to apologize for conquest

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/the...edirect=on



AMLO asks Spain to apologize for the conquest: Spain says definitely not

The pope was also asked to apologize to Mexico's indigenous people for indignities they suffered

https://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/amlo-as...-conquest/

Because Montezuma was such a loving guy.
link to image: http://images.fineartamerica.com/images-...rchers.jpg

These were the people who went around gathering innocent people killing them, raping them & taking them back to sacrifice grounds where they would cut out their hearts with special blades made from obsidian and while the person was still alive and the heart was still beating they would eat it as tribute to their gods.

One has to wonder if they were addicted to adrenochrome.

Maybe cannibalism is some sort of natural development in regions
of over-population and lack of protein.
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Post: #53
RE: Battle of Tenochtitlan
Report from the morning after: the sky over Tenochtitlan is brilliantly, overwhelminingly clear, with the volcanoes visible and the breathing fresh for once. It seems 'clearing the air' over what the country really feels and thinks was very, refreshingly literal. As for the comparative villainy of both sides, Brozo, a notable radio host here I've caught on separate taxis two days, said this regarding Malintzin, interpreter to the Spaniards: "This was a woman who had been traded as a slave five times by the time she was fifteen. She responded with gratitude and loyalty to the first person, Cortez, who saw her value and gave her opportunities to distinguish herself. Can you really blame her? And consider the treatment of women then was the same on both sides of the Atlantic!". Having just been to Tlaxcala myself (an eagle-headed baton of command rests on my desk as we speak), I think the time is ripe to part the wheat from the tares, on both and on all sides, and for the good to rally.

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Olé! And notice the Spanish king's unrelenting, evil-dragon "We stole and are keeping your treasure" with Clinton's "We are at least going to look sorry about it".

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They will come in their shining ships to conquer and destroy,
Barbarians of gold and feathers and serpents of fire.
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Post: #54
RE: Battle of Tenochtitlan
The guy in frilly panties is standing on some dude holding a big stick.
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Post: #55
RE: Battle of Tenochtitlan
Lakeofmarch  Wrote: (03-26-2019 05:11 PM)
Olé! And notice the Spanish king's unrelenting, evil-dragon "We stole and are keeping your treasure" with Clinton's "We are at least going to look sorry about it".

While a young man with a terminal condition of the spine brought about by his ancestors work for these people is left to die without the much promised internet which could've given him just a little support and relief.


He dies in pain, without decent physical therapy. Without even the pretty pictures on the talking box. While 30,000 feet above him his world is rearranged for a future he will never see

Why not just sit him in front of a trench and shoot him in the back of the head?
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Post: #56
RE: Battle of Tenochtitlan
The Huastecs, long familiar with the short end of the stick, have a saying: Rich people steal by night what poor people make by day, and thus their star is the moon, the planet of thieves and murderers. I mean, I'd complain to someone or other, but the grifters and the murderers are all in the same club, and me and people I know have been shattered by many different ones of all colors, and any theory of justice you may suggest fails to check out once you run the numbers, unless there's data I've never been told about, always a possibility. Every person does their own bargain with the beans and calls it a day, complain longer only if it serves your ends.

They will find many armies to test them, but none to resist.
They will come in their shining ships to conquer and destroy,
Barbarians of gold and feathers and serpents of fire.
-Aztec Century-
[Image: Figura-081.jpg]
Son Calenda,Grupo Juarez
secretsun.blogspot.com
-NO8DO-
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Post: #57
RE: Battle of Tenochtitlan
Lakeofmarch  Wrote: (03-26-2019 06:44 PM)
The Huastecs, long familiar with the short end of the stick, have a saying: Rich people steal by night what poor people make by day, and thus their star is the moon, the planet of thieves and murderers. I mean, I'd complain to someone or other, but the grifters and the murderers are all in the same club, and me and people I know have been shattered by many different ones of all colors, and any theory of justice you may suggest fails to check out once you run the numbers, unless there's data I've never been told about, always a possibility. Every person does their own bargain with the beans and calls it a day, complain longer only if it serves your ends.

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Post: #58
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I think the Aztecs, that the Spaniards murdered and robbed, so horrifically, were partly mixed) decendants of a dark warrior people, that attacked an conquered, the people that created the Aztec pyramids, and developed the metal working technology.
Cortez, was a decendant, of warriors, that did much the same, in Europe. But I'm Europe more of the indigenous people survived.. Cortez, had no honor. He looted and killed. He did not show mercy to those who surrendered. He betrayed, and murdered them.

The Aztecs, have a legitimate grievance with Cortez. Perhaps with ancient Spain.
But that, was not my people who did that.
The current residents of Mexico, have more genetic relation to Cortez, and his gang, than I, or most US citizens, do. F WIW 1dunno1
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Post: #59
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I mean, if the linked YouTube, was true, then Cortez was so bad. I wasn't there. I dont really know what happened.
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Who or what is the greatest Cartel of all time!
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