So this is the article that got things started I read this article by Ian Miles Cheong.
It reminds me of another archaeological myth that was floating around a few years ago that stated that half of Viking Warriors were women.
This finding is like most PC Academic endeavors it ‘looked’ legit, but once people started peeling away the layers, the story wasn’t what it appeared to be.
This, of course, brought on a reaction from a now discredited cretin known as HannibaltheVictor13. Alas, HannibaltheVictor13 was outed as having done some pretty despicable things in his past and was going full-on SJW to compensate for it. Even going so far as to threaten Phil Mason (Thunderf00t) before being revealed as a sex offender
It all ended as far as I remembered at the time with Sargon of Akkad doing a rebuttal to HannibaltheVictor13’s video, which has been removed.
Yep this is the level of dishonesty that we’re dealing with on an almost daily basis right now. And by no means am I suggesting that Juan Cole is anywhere near the level of HannibaltheVictor13. There’s a reason I included the sidebar to the main article though which will be made clear at the end.
The Main Article
The original article posted at the start challenges the preposterous claim that Vikings and Muslims were one and the same. Yes, they were aware of each other and this thing called Mercantile Exchange can easily explain how the cloth got there. Naturally this level of dishonesty in the name of being politically correct quickly got called out by people who actually have working brains.
But instead of going away quietly they decided to pull out one the stupidest excuses for intellectual laziness I’ve come across, they pulled the race card. Because you see anyone who disagrees with this narrative must be a White Supremacist
Juan Cole and “Truth Dig” had so much faith in their article that they blocked comments less than 24 hours after the article went up. So much for the marketplace of open ideas
But here’s the kicker, Ian Miles Cheong ISN’T WHITE! Logic is something that SJW’s are always in short supply of.
Now, Initially I was simply going to throw all of this down add a couple of comments add Sargon of Akkads video, then leave it alone. Except something happend that suggests to me that Juan Cole was doing may not have been an isolated incident. That earlier segment about the Female Viking Warriors getting debunked? Well guess what? They brought it back and nobody noticed except for ThuleanPerspective.
The evidence appears to just one single grave of a woman with weapons and armor. ThuleanPerspective isn’t quite as well read as Sargon of Akkad (No kidding) and when it comes to MGTOW he take his opinions and shove them up his ass. But in this particular case literature and biology both suggest in different ways that female warriors in any culture were extremelly rare.
But here’s an intellectual exercise or you could call it a conspiracy theory. The fact that both of these ideas came floating up again at around the same time is that a coincidence? Given what’s occuring in Scandanavian countries, especially Sweden. The establishment in these places could be looking for any reason to justify their current policies. Historical trends are something that’s been used before. Simply trot it out and then block anyone that challenges your narrative. Steve Shives, Anita Sarkeesian, Jonathan MacIntosh on the left use it. White Rose and Eric Dubay have been using it on the right. All you need to do here is just say it and then leave before your opponent has the chance to refute you.
Suddenly what Juan Cole and Truth Dig take on different tones if you look at it that way. Now is it that way? I personally don’t know, given what I do know about what’s going on in places like Sweden at the moment, I can’t dismiss this out of hand.
Am I off base here or do I have something to chew on please let me know.