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Go, Sidney, Go!!! You magnificent Flynn lawyer, you.

"Noteworthy from the Flynn hearing today... The great @SidneyPowell1 mentions a possible need for security clearance. DOJ says they didn't provide classified information. Powell responds: "That's with regards to what they produced. There is other information." And the judge goes "Oh. Now you have piqued the government's interest." And the DOJ lawyers meltdown. Mommy.

@THR @Debradelai @Chaitea99 my friend you say " this is the last one" as if in any way shape or form you are being annoying.... you absolutely are not. Your contributions are often well thought and spoken and are cherished by the people here.

@THR @Debradelai @barrsniffsatjejuneanalysis @Chaitea99 I would imagine that such an amazing history would have to have been preserved and passed down? Otherwise how on Earth would you know?

I'm pretty sure I'm the 28th grandson of some drunken European potato farmer.

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@Debradelai @THR @barrsniffsatjejuneanalysis @Chaitea99 My DNA research is stuck at the Iberian Penn. I appreciate your information of history. I'll keep learning.

@redwhitebluedude @Debradelai @THR @barrsniffsatjejuneanalysis @Chaitea99 Wow! I traced as far back as a 10th g-grandfather on my dad’s side. But I'm not even sure how accurate it is. I wouldn't even know where to begin to look to make sure it's accurate.

There are also holes I can't figure out. I can't figure out anything on my gg-grandmother. And one g-grandfather was adopted and I can't find anything on him. And my mom’s side is even harder.

@THR @barrsniffsatjejuneanalysis @Chaitea99

By the mid 1200s another ancestor, Ferdinand III, conquered seville.

He died there in 1262, and became the first one buried in the fortress, with an epitaph in Spanish, Latin, Hebrew and Arabic.

He was known as "the king of the three religions."

Alas, eventually Jews and Muslims were persecuted, expelled and murdered till there was none left.

Centuries of prosperity and peaceful co-existance ended.

@THR @barrsniffsatjejuneanalysis @Chaitea99

Over the next nearly six centuries, their kingdom expanded and transferred the seat to Cordoba. The Emirate of Córdoba went on to control nearly the entire Iberian peninsula and became a center of arts and science almost without paralel. Eventually, the lakh I'm ides lost to the Almorávides and then Almohad (from the Magreb), that settled their capital back in Seville.

@ThomasWic @drawandstrike
Very Trumpian, a distraction and goading the enemy into thinking they have the high ground.

@THR @redwhitebluedude @barrsniffsatjejuneanalysis @Chaitea99

It drives me nuts, sometimes. Though perfectly understandable from a rational perspective, it has an almost magical component, as I tread on the footsteps of ancestors in the places where they once lived and imagine their lives as if I was there.

It also obliterated any inkling of bigotry before it could be born.

We are All.

In each of us there is a trace of our entire species.

@THR @barrsniffsatjejuneanalysis @Chaitea99

Abu Abd ar-Rahman Musa ibn Nusayr ibn Abd ar-Rahman Zayd al-Bakri al-Lakhmi, a chieftain of the lakhimides (from the South of the Arabian Peninsula), was a governor in the Damascene (Ummayad) Caliphate, based in Tunis.

In 712 he crossed the Straits of Gibraltar with 18000 soldiers and conquered the Visigoths in Seville then prostrated in a civil war between the recently converted Catholics and the long settled Arrians.

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