Category Archives: White European History

Random Quotations – LGBTQ – Jan. 18th, 2019

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“The Daily Mail reports that Brighton & Hove City Council issued a directive saying, ‘Sex education lessons in which pupils as young as eight will be told ‘all genders’ have periods… The classes follow guidelines that were issued to teachers to help them avoid offending girls who identify as boys’… But in a world where educators – educators! – are telling little girls who identify as boys that they need not think getting their period is a worry, as boys get periods too, the possibility of a rational conversation is off the table… telling eight year olds that boys can have periods is the work of lunatics.” – Jerry Agar, “No place for lies in gender debate” – Toronto Sun, Dec. 17th, 2018.

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White European History – June 30th, 2017

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U.K: Hole accidentally cut in U.K. museum floor reveals stairs to hidden tomb of five archbishops

Canada: Col. Sam McLaughlin’s “Parkwood Estate” celebrates its 100th birthday

U.K: Hadrian’s Wall bath house found during work to build cricket pavilion

Middle Ages: European books in the Middle Ages were “utterly littered” with “naughty drawings”

U.K: Elaborate grave of medieval priest found at Thornton Abbey 700 years after his death

White European history – Dec. 6th, 2016

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Great Lakes: Single-masted sloop “Washington” found in deep water off Oswego, N.Y.

U.K: William The Conqueror not “jovial and generous” after all, researcher finds

Wales: The Aberfan tragedy killed 116 children in 1966

England: 81 “extremely rare” tree-trunk coffins found at early Christian Anglo-Saxon cemetery

Great Lakes: Sunken scow-sloop “Black Duck” found in deep water off Oswego, N.Y.

White European history – July 30th, 2016

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United Kingdom: Henry VIII’s flagship Mary Rose now on display after sinking the Solent in 1545

Albania: King Skanderbeg rebelled against the Ottoman Empire, defeating them at the Battle of Torvioll in 1444

United Kingdom: Londinium – Roman ruins lurk in parking garages and forgotten churches

Canada: 18th century British fortress located in Lunenburg N.S?

United Kingdom: Find of over 400 wooden tablets includes the oldest handwritten document ever found in Britain

Canada: Wreck of the schooner Royal Albert – lost in 1868 – found in Lake Ontario

June 30th, 1916 – “The day Sussex died”

This post is about my great-uncle George Beale, who died in the Great War and is honoured with a brass plaque on the wall of the church in the village where he was born.

Although he was a Gloucestershire man, he was a member of the 13th Royal Sussex Regiment. He signed up at Hastings, and the reason for his being there is a mystery which will remain unsolved.

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White European history – April 7th, 2016

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Canada: Ancient site with an iron-working hearth-stone reveals Viking presence in Newfoundland one thousand years ago

Scotland: Remains of ancient Partick Castle uncovered in Glasgow

Canada: Dozens of Victorian-era “British home children” unmarked and virtually forgotten in a pair of mass graves at an Etobicoke cemetery – now a research group is identifying them and “reclaiming their pasts”

Europe: Had the Battle of Lepanto (1571) been lost, Europe may well have been over-run by the Muslims – how quickly we forget…

Canada: Calls for 150 year-old farmhouse to be preserved as the Greater Toronto Area relentlessly swallows up countless acres of “Grade A” farmland for housing, destroying local history

White European history – February 25th, 2016

Scotland: Art gallery renovations reveal Dominican Priory mass grave from the 13th century

Canada: Bundle of wartime letters from 70 years ago found in stolen car

U.S.A: 16th century Spanish pottery find leads to long-lost settlement in Florida

Spain: Massive neolithic tomb extensively examined for the first time

U.K: Nelson’s flagship HMS Victory to be repaired using Scottish oak trees – took more than 5,500 oak trees to build

White European history – January 19th, 2016

Bronze-Age fire leaves evidence of life 3,000 years ago – “The family got out, and never came back. Their house collapsed into the river, where its contents cooled instantly, preserved in clay”

Iron-Age Norwegians liked their bling, as shown by various finds of coloured beads

The 240 year old “writer automaton” doll from Switzerland

Century-old Australian Antarctic outpost yields coal shovel, food jars, wooden implements

Interbreeding with archaic humans assisted in shaping our adaptation to our environment – “Neanderthals, for example, had lived in Europe and Western Asia for around 200,000 years before the arrival of modern humans. They were likely well adapted to the local climate, foods, and pathogens…”

White European history – December 6th, 2015

Spain: World’s largest known sunken treasure found off Columbia

Canada: The Avro C-102 Jetliner

Ontario: Historical group retraces Toronto Carrying-Place trail for 400th anniversary of first European expedition into the Lake Ontario region

U.K: Stone Age dwelling built from the roots of a fallen tree uncovered near Stonehenge

New York City: Watermain replacement work uncovers old burial vaults, will be re-routed

White European history – August 23rd, 2015

U.S: “Exact location” of the Lost Colony believed found in the Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge

Canada: Famed polar explorer Roald Amundsen’s ship “Maud” to be re-floated and returned to Norway

The Civil War reviewed: the U.S. Constitution would never have been ratified if the States had thought they could not regain their sovereignty

Italy: Ten thousand year old monolith found in Mediterranean

U.S: Lost ship found in Lake Michigan over 100 years after sinking still in “pristine” condition