The Dangers of Multiculturalism and History

Wuffingas

 

I just recently watched the movie The Dig and really enjoyed it (aside from the pesky inferred gay romance which had really nothing to do with the REAL story.)

My Friends over at Viking Life Blog recently did a really nice post on the history of the Sutton Hoo find and Anglo-Saxon History. Please check it out!

Understand there is a concerted effort by the anti-white liberal establishment in Academia and the Media to try and REWRITE history to match their ANTI-WHITE AGENDA.

Don’t Fall for it.

Stay Alert, Armed and Dangerous!

 

Know Your History: Gandhi

And Then They Came for Gandhi …

 

It seems no statue is safe nowadays from the green- hair bathroom confused communist.

Everything is fair game because their agenda is all about destruction not “unity.”

So who was the real Gandhi?

Like anything historical, dig into the facts and judge for yourself.

Here is the complete review of the movie Gandhi by Richard Grenier.

Below is an interview of Grenier by William F. Buckley in 1983.

 

 

Beowulf: The Epic in Performance – Benjamin Bagby, voice and medieval harp

H/T Survive the Jive

Beowulf: The Epic in Performance – Benjamin Bagby, voice and medieval harp — Survival Homestead

Know Your History: The Real Uhtred of Bebbanburg

H/T to the Renegade Tribune

I am a huge fan of Bernard Cornwell’s Saxon Tales series as well as the TV series The Last Kingdom which are well adapted from the novels, but as you will see, the REAL story of Uhtred is much more cut-throat than any yarn Mr. Cornwell could ever spin!

 

Alfred the Great’s Navy

Interesting piece of Anglo-Saxon History.

For all who are interested Bernard Cornwell’s Saxon Tales recount this amazing period of history (from a fictional standpoint but still very historically accurate) including this amazing battle.

The Last Kingdom TV series are closely based on the novels, so I recommend those also!

 

Weapons and Warfare

The treaty with Guthrum gave Alfred the breathing space he needed to fortify and revitalize Wessex. As the last outpost of independent England, it was essential for Wessex to have an efficient military.

Alfred the Great reorganized Wessex’s army, keeping half of the men on duty at any given time. And although Alfred is famous as the father of the English Navy, kings before Alfred had used war ships. Nonetheless, recognizing that swift ships were just one more advantage the Vikings held over the English, Alfred brought over from Frisia (modern-day Holland) skilled shipwrights to build his new navy.

Guthrum gave Alfred seven years to rebuild his kingdom, but then the double-dealing Viking broke the treaty and invaded Wessex in 885 and laid siege to Rochester. But Alfred’s new military defensive measures worked. Mobilizing his standing army, his burh garrisons, and his navy, he broke the Danish siege easily, then…

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