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The Head of a Satanic Temple Explains Satanism

The Head of a Satanic Temple Explains Satanism

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We do not sacrifice children. The foundation of Satanism is built upon the self and carrying out the devil’s work. Hail Satan! Hail Satan! Hail Satan! Hail Satan! Hi! My name is Zeke Apollyon and I am the chapter head for the Satanic Temple, London and UK. I think what attracted me most to Satanism, […]

Austria-Hungary Disintegrates – The Ottoman Empire Leaves the War I THE GREAT WAR Week 223

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Six weeks ago, the Central Powers looked to be in okay shape, even though Germany was taking a pounding on the Western Front, but when things changed, they changed fast. Bulgaria has left the war and this week, another central power follows suit. I’m Indy Neidell; welcome to the Great War. Last week the Allied […]

Lenin Wants To Take The Train – First Battle of Gaza I THE GREAT WAR Week 140

Lenin Wants To Take The Train – First Battle of Gaza I THE GREAT WAR Week 140

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If you plan a battle, of course you need soldiers and weapons, and a battle plan, but that’s not all you need – you also need time, timing, and water. I’m Indy Neidell; welcome to the Great War. Last week the allies made small advances in the west, the Balkans, and Macedonia. There was a […]

Nivelle’s Spring Offensive – Royal Conspiracy In Greece I THE GREAT WAR Week 131

Nivelle’s Spring Offensive – Royal Conspiracy In Greece I THE GREAT WAR Week 131

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Germany had a new plan that they were soon to implement, and it may well bring neutral nations into the war as enemies. One of those nations was the United States, but Germany wasn’t worried about them, and this week they tell you why. I’m Indy Neidell; welcome to the Great War. Last week there […]

Back For Christmas? – The Illusion Of A Short War I THE GREAT WAR – Week 11

Back For Christmas? – The Illusion Of A Short War I THE GREAT WAR – Week 11

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The war of rapid victories was over and the continuous war in the filthy trenches had begun, ending the rush of optimism with which the warring nations had begun the war and bringing in a heavy mood of disillusionment that would crush the spirits of the millions of men fighting and dying. I’m Indy Neidell; […]

Sinking of the Lusitania – The Gorlice-Tarnów Offensive I THE GREAT WAR – Week 41

Sinking of the Lusitania – The Gorlice-Tarnów Offensive I THE GREAT WAR – Week 41

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When I was a little kid, I’d heard of two ships, two ocean liners that had met with catastrophe. One of them was the Titanic, who sank in 1912, but as for the other one… 100 years ago today, on May 7th, 1915, the passenger ship Lusitania was torpedoed and sunk by a German U-Boat, […]

Fighting on Alpine Peaks – Call for Self Determination I THE GREAT WAR Week 130

Fighting on Alpine Peaks – Call for Self Determination I THE GREAT WAR Week 130

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Great empires ruled much of Europe when the war began. These empires had, of course, many religious, ethnic, or national minorities as parts of them, but in a great many cases those minorities and their interests were not given equal rights or were actively repressed, but as the war has progressed we see more and […]

Beasts of Steel – The First Tanks On The Battlefield I THE GREAT WAR Week 112

Beasts of Steel – The First Tanks On The Battlefield I THE GREAT WAR Week 112

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We’ve seen many deadly technological advances so far during the war, in the form of new weapons: the flamethrower, incendiary bullets, poison gas; but perhaps none would have a stronger impression on the world of the future than one which appeared in battle for the first time this week: the tank! I’m Indy Neidell; Welcome […]

Douglas Haig’s Fantasies Drown In Mud I THE GREAT WAR Week 115

Douglas Haig’s Fantasies Drown In Mud I THE GREAT WAR Week 115

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The Armenian Genocide. Whether or not you believe it happened, it happened. It was in progress 100 years ago. It had by now reached the point where even the Ottoman Empire’s staunchest allies were speaking out against it, and this week, one of those allies was even removed from office. I’m Indy Neidell; welcome to […]

The Forgotten Front – World War 1 in Libya I THE GREAT WAR – Week 69

The Forgotten Front – World War 1 in Libya I THE GREAT WAR – Week 69

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I said the other week that there were now 12 war zones in this war. 12. On three continents. But you know what? That’s obviously not enough because this week yet another war zone opens. I’m Indy Neidell; welcome to the Great War. Last week the Italians had begun the Fourth Battle of the Isonzo […]