News Briefs 01-04-2009

I'm twittering and I don't know why.

THanks Kat and Ross.

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The forces in a capitalist society, if left unchecked, tend to make the rich richer and the poor poorer.

Jawaharlal Nehru


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When I first began to read this article, something in my head rang when I read the name Krespi. Then I remembered.

First, the name is misspelled. It was not 'Krespi', but 'Crespi', with a C.

He was a Salesian monk, and apparently the indians of the region of his parish considered him something of a saint. That's why they confided to him the existence of a mysterious cave, called 'La Cueva de los Tayos', where there were very weird golden objects.

You might not recognize the name 'La Cueva de los Tayos', but you might have heard of a certain fellow named Erich Von Däniken. He heard of the mystery cave, and based his bestseller book "The Gold of the Gods" on it.

That cave it is said to have been explored by a very important team, lead by Americans. There's a picture where you can see Neil Armstrong inside that cave.

In this page you can learn more about Father Crespi, and also there's a picture of him.

Does that look like the Führer to you??

Maybe the Germans who attended Crespi's fuenral was good old Erich, paying the final respects to the man who made him win a lot of money :)

So yeah, Crespi was a fascinating character. But the most evil man in the world in disguise? Methinks not.

It's not the depth of the rabbit hole that bugs me...
It's all the rabbit SH*T you stumble over on your way down!!!

Red Pill Junkie