Suffer Now and be blessed for all eternity.Some say that from the beginning of Spain's rise to power right up until its twilight time millions of people were massacred.Incas, Atztecs and Muslims plus Jews.reamsa
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…In the public imagination, the Spanish Inquisition continues as a proverbial example of religious persecution. Some scholars however have opined that the numbers of the Spanish Inquisition’s victims may have been exaggerated, that the Inquisition is one of the features of a Black Legend (see link in sources). Most of the people who say these are Catholics.
Also, some argue that the Spanish Inquisition was responsible in part for averting in Spain the kind of religious wars that plagued France and Germany.Most of these are Catholics, I imagine.belopw Reamsa Spanish Knight
Similar arguments are made about averting witch trials in Spain. Whereas tens of thousands of women were executed for witchcraft throughout northern Europe, less than 60 (only 6 documented cases) were executed in Spain throughout the whole period of the Inquisition.” Any person who writes as an “expert” (myself included)and seeks to water down this terrible history of the Popes and the Catholic Church needs to reflect in the deepest parts of their souls whether they are doing “Gods work” in falsifying history, or deliberately or unwittingly supporting evil by their actions.below Reamsa
SOLDADOS DE PLASTICO BLOG FOR A LOT OF THE REAMSA HERE.For when people claiming to be good people of faith begin to spin and apologise for evil, even hide evil acts, they cross the line.
Does this history reflect on good Catholics today? Yes it does. Are they to blame in anyway.Not directly but indirectly. It is only those who deliberately spin, twist and disinform that must pray for the forgiveness of God for their evil actions on this subject.If you are part of a team then however good you are you are still playing for that team and if the team is evil you are part of it.This is the same as the good soldier fighting for evils like Tony Blair or the new fellow they have now (or is it two).History does not reflect upon how the Spanish were more or less totally outmanouvered by the Apache and the Comanche in what I will call Apache Land (Texas, Arizona, New Mexico etc etc)but it should for it was the first time that the insidious self self serving Spanish army and empire was defeated by tribal people.
In the end the Spanish more or less had to confine themselves to presidios and missions, fortified ones. Things got worse for the Spanish when the Apache and the Comanche started to use horses.The fact that the Spanish couldn't control the finest light cavalry in the world speaks volumes about the invention of the Colt. In my opinion this was the turning point of the wars against the Real Americans.The United States Cavalry also played a big psart in the suppression of the Real americans . It was a dirty war buit the men who fought it were for real.RThe arm of the cavalry was the Sh.arps and the Springfield
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It might be that millions of people were killed by the spanish empire for the glory of the Catholic church but here in apache land they met their match.
The mission San Saba in Texas.
Just a year after being established on the banks of the San Saba River in 1757, Mission Santa Cruz de San Sabá was attacked by a force of 2,000 Comanche Indians and their allies.
The mission of the Mission had been to convert resident Lipan Apaches to Christianity. Initially, six men were killed here, including two Franciscan Priests.The commander of the mission’s protecting fort, the Presidio San Luis de las Amarillas, attempted to mount a campaign against the Indian force, but was defeated. The incident curtailed further Spanish expansion in Texas.
Étienne Périer was the fifth governor of the Louisiana colony. He became governor in 1727. His governorship was marked by the arrival of the first Ursuline nuns in New Orleans in 1727 to establish the first convent within the limits of what was to become the United States as well as a war against the Natchez Indians due to bad relations with Chepart, the commander at Fort Rosalie.
After agitating the Indians by demanding that they give up either their village or their land, the Indians launched an attack on November 26, 1729 and killed nearly three hundred persons at Fort Rosalie. The French retaliated and by 1731 had killed or captured most of the Indians. The captured Indians were sent as slaves to Santo Domingo, and the few remaining free moved further westward and joined the Chickasaw Indians. This marked the end of the Natchez Indian Nation. In the same year, the Company of the Indies petitioned the King of Franceto take back their charter, thus ending their control of the colony. Périer remained governor for two years after Louisiana was returned to the king but became frustrated with deteiorating relations with the Chickasaws and lost interest in the colony. He resigned, and Jean-Baptiste le Moyne de Bienville was chosen to yet again be governor of the colony.Natchez Indians were counted among the thousands of warriors who chased the broken Spanish army down the Mississippi River as they sought their escape from North American under the command of Soto's successor, Luis Moscoso de Alvarado.Natchez dwellingWhen La Salle descended the Mississippi at the end of the following century, the Natchez occupied a series of towns on the east bank of the river, in the vicinity of the modern town that today bears their name. They controlled a large territory that extended along both sides of the lower Mississippi River.
The Natchez are famous in the anthropological literature on Southeastern Indians for their elaborate social and ceremonial system and for their use of platform mounds, both of which are key to their identity as the last example of the mound-building cultures that dominated the Mississippi Valley during late prehistoric times.Below Medina River Valley