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Martin Timothy

The Viking Route From Greenland Into North America - The Little Ice Age

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Temperature Fluctuations in Greenland and the Arctic.

The current theory is that when the Norse settlements in Greenland which endured for around 500 yrs roughly centered on the year 1250, were abandoned due to the encroachment of colder weather.

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Large File.

Instead of returning to Norway the Greenland Vikings went west across Davis Strait between Greenland and Baffin Island, then into Hudson Strait and North America thru Hudson Bay and James Bay, where after navigating upriver and reasonably easy portages they arrived at the Great Lakes which gave them access into Minnesota and the Heartland.

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Thorvald Eiriksson - Þorvaldr Eiríksson.

Various scenarios have been forwarded as to what became of them .. the eastern settlement at L’Anse aux Meadows in Newfoundland which had existed concurrent with the Greenland colonies, collapsed around the year 1003 after Thorvald Erikson the son of Erik the Red and brother of Leif Erikson, murdered eight Skrælings in a berserker style drunken rage which turned the indigenous population against them.

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The Saga of Thorvald Eriksson.

Thorvald Erikson was killed when the native tribes counter attacked, the western settlement in Minnesota had allegedly aroused the ire of the local tribes for felling timber .. others say they were wiped out in the wake of European expansion.

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IEC Rasmussen - Sommernat under den Grønlandske Kyst circa Aar 1000.

 

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When the Finns talk about travel, it is another form of the word trouble, said with a malicious slur, as it were.

They talk about being sick and in pain, harassed day and night by whores and thieves, and stalked year after year by murderers.

They talk about how institutions of law enforcement exist only to hurt and harm, to rob, steal, destroy and kill, never to help.

They talk about how institutions of medicine are dedicated only to maximize profit by damaging hurting, harming, maiming and killing the human body, never to help or to allow healing from the wounds they inflict.

 

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https://www.cnn.com/2019/11/03/europe/norway-arrest-white-supremacist-greg-johnson-intl/index.html

>>> Norwegian authorities have arrested a high-profile American white supremacist, hours before he was due to give a speech at a far-right conference in Oslo on Saturday. The detained American, Greg Johnson, is editor-in-chief of the white nationalist Counter-Currents Publishing group.

>>> ... Norway's intelligence service considered Johnson "to be a threat, not because of what he could do but because of his hate speech and his previously expressed support for Anders Breivik," 

I don't like that characterization or the automatic presumption of guilt without the due process of law. Anders Breivik may have committed a crime, and Greg Johnson may have expressed sympathy for him, but that does not make Greg Johnson guilty.

He is a self-proclaimed "white nationalist" and "transphobe" - but I have to stick with the view that "hate speech" or any kind of speech that others deem hateful" cannot be a crime in and of itself. Some white dude is pissed off and has enough self-respect not to make love to other guys in the butt. That does not make Johnson a criminal.

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/11/02/style/what-is-cancel-culture.html

This is the real face of transphobia. Some lady cuts her hair short and hates men, which would be the end of the story, but they gang together and continually press false criminal + mental health charges against all those who are not pro-lesbian or pro-prostitution.

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