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Jim Goad interviews Michael Hoffman
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Revisionist History Newsletter issue no. 84
Now being mailed to subscribers
Edmund Campion’s Jesuit Challenge to Bad Queen Bess

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The Other Inquisition
Campion being racked in the Tower of London, on a torture warrant issued by Queen Elizabeth I.  In the foreground two more priests await their own torture.

Think you know St. Edmund Campion and his nemesis, Queen Elizabeth I? Think again! This new revisionist history turns the Establishment story inside-out. We add pieces to the puzzle which Protestant and Catholic historians have concealed. 

• Edmund Campion was one of the most astonishing personalities in an age of astonishing men and women. His struggle against the Elizabethan inquisition has never been fully explicated, until now. Most Catholic historians have neglected or hidden important information about how and why Campion was sent to certain death by his superiors. 

• Queen Elizabeth I, a paragon of rulership for Conservatives and Liberals today (who don’t know what they’re talking about), ordered the torture of more dissidents than any other Tudor or Stuart monarch. Here is the sinister side of the celebrated monarch which Protestant and secular historians have suppressed. 

Sections include: Sander’s Invasion of Ireland; Pope Pius V’s Regnans in Excelsis; Campion’s Golden Years in Prague; Prague after Campion: The Occult Imperium; Campion is ordered to England and Certain Death; The Torture Queen and Her Prey; Debating a Half-Dead Jesuit: A Tortured Dissident vs. the State’s Theologians; The Protestant Theologian Who Pleads for the Life of a Jesuit; Torture in English Law; Injustice to Campion radicalizes English Catholics; and more! 

Also in this issue: John Quincy Adams and Protestant Opposition to Freemasonry in the Early Republic 

These are in-depth articles, filled with meticulous detail and scrupulous striving for historical accuracy. 

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“A Jew always has a much higher soul than a gentile, even if he is a homosexual.”
— Israeli Deputy Defense Minister Eli Ben-Dahan, Times of Israel, May 11, 2015

Israeli Professor Mordechai Kedar: To deter Palestinian fighters rape their mothers and sisters


Oppressive Talmudic micromanagement of Judaic daily life

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