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If you're a history buff, love to talk about history and watch the History Channel, this is the board for that.
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Yeah, the idea is that before the invention of the printing press about 500 years ago, any noteworthy event would generate a bunch of different versions of the story. Hence what we stratify into different time periods are really retellings of the same things. The Middle Ages didn’t really happen, the British Empire directly took over from the Roman Empire, recorded history is in fact about 1500 years old etc. I’m not sure how one would go about substantiating this.
Just as long as he doesn't question the jewish holy hoax. That must be believed as dogma, 6 million, 6 million gassed, oh the suffering. You can question the bible or anything, but not jews.
Print was invented, yet not one stitch of physical or written evidence except faked pics and testimony of jews.
Amazing how brainwashed people really are. There is ZERO evidence to prove the Holohoax happened. There wasn't even 6 million jews in the whole of Europe in the 1930s. Also, if 6 million people died, where are the remains? Bones, or dust or whatever?
We already have a thread on Anatoly Fomenko's work here:
Wikipedia says his work is wrong though, because Fomenko doesn't explain why we have coins and artifacts from Ancient Rome and Ancient Greece. But of course, Wikipedia is controlled by the establishment as is highly biased on controversial topics. Here is Wikipedia's lengthy debunking of Anatoly Fomenko's historical revisionism.
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