01/03/2020 (Fri) 02:12:31
Fernando laughed it off, and so sent this little yid to the ocean, suspecting he will die. Was the earth even actually round? No, the ocean was just too vast for anyone to reach India by sea. So he'd either die of disease, have his ship sink, or sail back, and he'd be laughing his lice off his hair either way. It turned out, unsurprisingly, he sailed back. He discovered an island off the shore of India and named it "San Salvador". Everybody's happy. Except not. Fulfilling his role as a jester, he later on said he discovered a whole new continent that would later be named after a buddy of the king named Amerigo Vespucci, "America". He even got the pope to sign a treaty dividing Portuguese and Spanish territories in the "New World". The non-existent Aztec and Inca empires (which were as real as El Dorado, Narnia, and Middle Earth) were then supposedly overthrown by pawns of the king named Hernando Cortez and Francisco Pizarro, with hilarious tales, such as the kings being pagans that understood jackshit of what the Spanish came to do. 50 soldiers conquered these entire empires, resulting in a territory spanning from Mexico to Peru, connecting both oceans? What nonsense. None of that land exists, what you think of as "South America" is really just southern Spain, the people there are just mixed with moors. Why does the scenery there look so much like North Africa? Why is Mexican culture so similar to Arab culture? Fake, all of it. Supposedly redheaded whites made up the monarchy of the Incas according to the accounts of the conquistadores, while the Olmecs were blacks? Of course, there is no America and there were no brown Indians, all of this is just a hoax. The fake country of Morocco exists to cover the land up (which is why the fake USA made a treaty with the fake Morocco first), in reality it along with the Canary Islands made up all of New Spain. This joke by the King of Spain has been taken for reality, but the king never thought it was real. Did Charles V ever go to America? Nope, not once. Neither did the British, Dutch and French colonise the region, all "American" land they colonised were in reality islands in the North Sea (why do you think Manhattan is an island?). "Canada" is an even bigger lie. It doesn't even have much people at all, it's just a hockey wasteland somewhere around Greenland (which is a real place unlike the rest of America). Only Newfoundland and parts of Nova Scotia are real.
The "war of independence", and by the way, there's a suspisciously large gap between periods in American history, was just a tax revolt in Britain and the wastelands it controlled. Britain didn't care about them anymore, so they withdrew from the region. Similarly the "Latin American wars of independence" were just Spain withdrawing from parts of "Morocco" which would later be ceded to France (why do you think that not only was Mexico under heavy French influence, but Morocco was a French colony? bad coverups, right?). The "founding fathers of America" are freemasons, jews, or fictional characters. Why was there a "westward expansion of America" where Indians were slaughtered, when the west was already controlled by Mexico? Non-existent cowboys as well, which they imitate with their rodeos. An even bigger joke are the "Falkland islands" located right next to Antarctica. Why would the British want to keep a land so far south? Nonsense.
No foreign war with America ever reached American land, aside from the War of 1812, which was launched from Canada anyways. The Spanish-American war, WWI, WWII, etc.. If Hitler could reach Britain and France, even possibly Greenland why couldn't he reach America? Because it didn't exist. It's just a fake company in the western North Sea.
Nowadays, many Americans say that many other places in the world don't exist. In reality, they don't exist. They're not living in a massive continent, they're living in the North Sea, serving this tiny judeo-masonic cult.
Pre-Columbian maps of the world are correct. Spread the word - America is the biggest hoax in the world.