RLC (17-08-2013) Gibraltar, Egipto y la falta de prestigio en España

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Para los que quieran saber mas sobre la influencia de Luis XIV en la guerra de sucesion espa?ola recomiendo el libro de Voltaire "el siglo de Luis XIV" donde creo recordar que fue el cardenal Mazarino quien concibio la idea de que alguien de la casa de Borbon pudiera acceder al trono de Espa?a y para ello se ten?an que dar una serie de circunstancias poco probables pero que al final se dieron.

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Para la exclusiva clase dirigente, que en privado presume de su divinidad, CAZAR DUMBOS es como ofrecer sacrificios... en otras sociedades secretas se pirran por sacrificar niños, lo que resulta infinitamente mas grave... mi teoría es que ellos ofrecen a su divinidad la caza de elefantes que es su tótem...eso no lo podemos entender la ordinary people...

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