25.2.5b 13th century’s growing movement of anti-Jewish feeling = by the Edict of Expulsion
by the Edict of Expulsion 1981 Irish hunger strike
Inch Abbey The Cistercian precinct was enclosed by a bank and ditch extending north and south from the parish graveyard to the river and east to west up the valley sides. The buildings are mainly of the late 12th century and the 13th century. The church (length 170ft) was built about 1200, in the Cistercian cruciform plan with a low tower at the crossing, an aisled nave to the west and two projecting transepts (each 27 ft (8.2 m) square) each with a pair of chapels. Only the impressive east window remains. The chancel wall has three well proportioned pointed windows, the middle one being 23 ft (7.0 m) high. The chancel was 42 ft (13 m) by 27ft. There was an altar in each of the rib-vaulted transept chapels and in the north transept is a door out to the monk’s cemetery (no longer visible) and a tower with broken stairs in the north-west angle. On the stone plinth of the north transept’s exterior north wall a number of incised symbols can be seen which are mason’s marks. The high altar was under the east windows and in the south wall are the remains of triple sedilia (seats for the priests) and a piscina for washing the altar vessels
The IRA shot and killed a number of prison officers;while loyalist paramilitaries shot and killed a number of activists in the National H-Block/Armagh Committee and badly injured McAliskey and her husband in an attempt on their lives. sounds like a biker war in Quebec : Mom Boucher ?
getting interesting is it not ?
Maze (HM Prison) Her Majesty’s Prison Maze ( known colloquially as The H Blocks, Long Kesh, or The Maze ) was a prison used to house paramilitary prisoners during the Northern Ireland Troubles from mid-1971 to mid-2000. Following the introduction of internment in 1971 "Operation Demetrius" was implemented by the Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) and British Army with raids for 452 suspects on 9 August, 1971. In 1978, after a number of attacks on prisoners leaving their cells to "slop out", the dispute escalated into the dirty protest, where prisoners refused to wash and covered the walls of their cells with excrement. sounds like Nazi Germany ? In March 1997, an IRA escape attempt was foiled when a 40 ft (12 m) underground tunnel was found. The tunnel led from H-Block 7 and was 80 ft (24 m) short of the perimeter wall. Troubles Nationalists formed the Irish Volunteers, whose ostensible goal was to oppose the Ulster Volunteers and ensure the enactment of the Third Home Rule Bill in the event of British or unionist recalcitrance. The outbreak of the First World War in 1914 temporarily averted the crisis of possible civil war and delayed the resolution of the question of Irish independence. Home Rule, though passed in the British Parliament with Royal Assent, was suspended for the duration of the war.
On 27 October 1980, republican prisoners in HM Prison Maze began a hunger strike. Many prisoners volunteered to be part of the strike, but a total of seven were selected to match the number of men who signed the Easter 1916 Proclamation of the Republic first world war era ?
They were in the buffer zone," is that like a veil ?
MAN FACES DRUG, WEAPONS CHARGES hey, i live here, in this complex ; well, we can clear up any discrepancies to the matters, now, we have the cow patty, so to speak Police found cocaine and a loaded .22-calibre rifle under the bed of a man living in a Gladstone Avenue apartment on Monday. The apartment was searched at about 1 p.m. by members of the Brantford police street crimes unit. The rifle was loaded with seven rounds of ammunition, including one round in the chamber, police said. The safety was not activated on the rifle and the man’s firearms registration had expired in 2007, police said. During the search, police also found 1.2 grams of cocaine in the apartment. The cocaine has an estimated street value of $120. Police have charged a 50-year-old Gladstone Avenue man with possession of cocaine, unauthorized possession of a firearm and breaching the firearms registration (unsafe storage). MAN, 47, CHARGED IN SEX ASSAULT A 47-year-old city man has charged with sexual assault after city police received a complaint from a 19-year-old woman. The woman told police she was fondled and held against her will at a location in the city’s west end after meeting a man she knew for coffee at about 1:15 a.m. Wednesday.The woman said she was driven home after she rebuff the man. Thomas Norman Smuck, of Gladstone Avenue, also is charged with forcible confinement.
Expulsion of the Acadians The Acadians were given a choice to either swear allegiance to England or be expelled. When they refused, the British forces deported them. sounds like Nazi Germany ? pledge to Hitler, or die ? The Quarrel Over Acadia Leading To The Expulsion Meanwhile, 1000 Acadians were expelled from the Chignecto area. ( sounds like Chicago ) The community was burnt down and the livestock was taken by the English soldier as a prize Joseph Broussard ( "Beausoleil" ). Artist Herb Roe Broussard was born in Port Royal, Nova Scotia in 1702. He lived much of his life at Le Cran ( present day Stoney Creek, Albert County, New Brunswick ) along the Petitcodiac River with his wife Agnes and their eleven children. Joseph Broussard the picture of him, it is interesting ? Joseph Broussard Beausoleil .jpg
Fierce blaze destroys Conestogo barn WOOLWICH TOWNSHIP — A $250,000 barn fire northwest of Conestogo killed 35 pigs and several dairy cows Monday night. Crews from three stations responded to the farm, which sits at the corner of New Jerusalem and Scotch Line roads. Some of the animals were saved thanks to the efforts of firefighters and neighbours. Waterloo Regional Police say the blaze was sparked by an overheated motor for an elevator that loads hay
Canadian jets repel Russian bombers OTTAWA – Canadian fighter jets scrambled to repel Russian bombers that made several attempts to probe Canadian airspace on Wednesday. QMI Agency has learned that two CF-18s took off from CFB Bagotville to intercept two TU-95 long range bombers about 463 km east of Goose Bay, N.L. Attempts by Russia to test Canadian airspace have been going on since 2007; military and intelligence analysts tell QMI Agency the frequency has been increasing since then, but one senior official described Wednesday’s event as "not the usual s–t." "The response as always was a rapid, effective deterrent," Defence Minister Peter MacKay told QMI Agency. "They were in the buffer zone," is that like a veil ? said MacKay, stressing that although the planes did not enter Canada’s sovereign airspace, the bombers did come inside the 300 nautical mile zone that Canada claims. F-18 pilot ejects before crash – Canada
formally expelled all Jews from England
Matthew 10:36 and A MAN’S ENEMIES WILL BE THE MEMBERS OF HIS HOUSEHOLD. Matthew 10:21 "Brother will betray brother to death, and a father his child; and children will rise up against parents and cause them to be put to death.
[PDF] The Restitution of Holocaust-Era Jewish Communal Property – קונגרס … File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat – Quick View
Dore Abbey The abbey was dissolved in 1536. In the sixteenth century the Cantillon lands were confiscated by Elizabeth I and granted to the Crosbies. One of the Cantillon descendants who fled to France was recognised officially there as Baron de Ballyheigue 1.6.3 Cantilupe – Cantiloup – Canteloupe, – Cantillon – Cantlon
StateMaster – Encyclopedia: Edward I of England well, that speaks a lot ? In 1290, by the Edict of Expulsion, Edward formally expelled all Jews from England. In the course of this persecution, he arrested all the heads of Jewish households. The authorities took over 300 of them to the Tower of London and executed them, while killing others in their homes. All money and property was confiscated. The exact reason behind this expulsion has been a subject of some speculation, ritual murder being one such assertion in reference to the Jew, Isaac de Pulet, who was contained for the murder of a young Christian boy in Oxford. It has been also claimed, for example, that the persecution was for financial gain. But despite the fact that the Jewish community was thought to deal exclusively in money lending, it is evident that by the time of Edward’s reign, there was little left of the community to be made useful for the Crown financially. (Jews had been harshly squeezed by King John and Henry III). Furthermore, Edward I had adequate financial resources from the Italian banking company of Frescobaldi before 1292, therefore there was virtually no financial motive behind Edward’s persecution of the Jews. The expulsion can also be viewed in the context of the 13th century’s growing movement of anti-Jewish feeling; France, for example, had expelled all Jews from its cities. Edward’s mother, Eleanor of Provence had expelled Jews from her estates in 1275. And it was Edward who introduced to England the practice of forcing Jews to wear denotive yellow patches on the outer garments, a practice to be taken up by Adolf Hitler over six centuries later.
Hells Angels clubhouse seized in Winnipeg so with Mr Harpers concerns to his hells angle judge’s buddies, and his ministers dating hells angle chicks, i was wondering when you were going to seize the Parliament Buildings in Ottawa ? do they know Mr Harper, the hells angles that is, that you initiated them into the same sex marriage club in your name ? Harper unlikely to dump RCMP boss, source says
Chemicals may be causing sex change in fish i think i posted to this a long time ago, in fact i know i did ; but I’m not going back to look, it was so long ago ; well, at the least it might be causing gender dysfunction deficit disorder ? were as, you are confused as to who, and what you are ;
Multiple wildfires force evacuations in parched B.C. i hear California is not doing much better ?
well it seems i slept in this morning ; i hope that is allowed ? besides i don’t have any sponsors to answer to like the TV people
[PDF] Robert A. Tompkins and the Cantilupe connection — Quick View two cantilupe signatures on the magna Carta ; Cumberland The spelling of this name also includes; Candelan, Candelane, Candelayn, Candlan, Candlen, Candlin, Cantelin, Cantelon, Kandelan, and more. First found in Cumberland from ancient times. The name variations are Cantell, Cantelowe, Cantillion, Cantillon, Cantilon, Cantilupe, Cantlin, Cantlow, Cantlow, Cantlon, and more. John Cantelon who settled in Canada in 1836 ; William Cantelon who settled in Ontario in 1871.