Re: [sig] Re: Slavic History and Slavic origins.
- I'm an American of mostly Irish (but some Germanic/Central European also) descent. The Irish are thought of as a Celtic people but this is a huge oversimplification. Ireland was indeed settled by Celts; it was also settled by Norman French, English, *many* Vikings, and too many others to make a reference to the Irish as "Celts" even close to accurate. I don't know what the heck that stuff about Stonehenge is all about. It sounds Victorian. That is *not* a compliment when you're talking about historical commentary. I've seen some other ridiculous site that's a copy of an American-written history of Bulgaria from the nineteenth century. It gets into the Bogomils (the reason why the site showed up on my search engine is that I looked for "Bulgarian Bogomils") and it claims that they had something to do with the Protestant Reformation, which is totally false. Wrong century, heck, the wrong millenium and almost the wrong continent :-)) The authors were U.S. Protestants. Egads, it was awful. It's amazing what some people will put on the Internet.
WOW! I just read the site. It is VERY disturbing. Kinda reminds me of
David Duke. Remember the gubernatorial race for Louisiana governor in 1992?
Dan Ackroyd was on the Tonight Show begging the LA's NOT to vote to David
Duke but for Edwin Edwards.
Hitler with better PR.
Soffya who is 1/2 Celt and loved the part of Celtic sacrifices!
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