Hello Sir, Do You Have a Moment To Meme About Jesus Christ?

In the wake of the Paradox Crusader Kings III Deus Vult scandal and after some relentless bullying from Brian Niemeier I was compelled to sit down and compile a video of crusader memes and other related imagery and set it to a pair of the wildest craziest metal songs I could find.

This is the result. For your amusement and for the Glory of the Lord!

 

Here’s a Bitchute link for those who prefer. Also a lot less likely to get taken down.

https://www.bitchute.com/video/LL5UkE8AV1WN/ 

 

Interestingly so far the ONLY negative feedback that I’ve gotten is a vaguely Shareblue-ish character who reeks of soy and was angry about me not using this opportunity to attack the Synagogue of Satan.

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Ok then… I guess that’s a data point for our post-battle analysis.

Here’s some of my favorites.

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Pretty sweet! Note the 2011 date in the watermark.

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This one shows up right at the perfect time for an epic guitar riff.

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Take a closer look at the hat, if you missed it the first time.

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Again perfect timed for an epic guitar riff. (Something I did NOT plan.)

Here’s a few I didn’t find until after the video had already been posted:

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Very nice stained glass window.

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Saint Paulo Miki Japanese Jesuit Martyr.

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The Recapturing Lisbon in 1147.

Infogalactic Article

https://infogalactic.com/info/Siege_of_Lisbon 

The Siege of Lisbon, from July 1 to October 25, 1147, was the military action that brought the city of Lisbon under definitive Portuguese control and expelled its Moorish overlords. The Siege of Lisbon was one of the few Christian victories of the Second Crusade—it was “the only success of the universal operation undertaken by the pilgrim army,” i.e. the Second Crusade, according to the near contemporary historian Helmold,[1] though others have questioned whether it was really part of that crusade.[2] It is seen as a pivotal battle of the wider Reconquista.

 

Anyway that’s it for now, Next up will be a Viking themed one. After that I’ll put some real effort into learning actual video editing but right now I’m a lot of fun just doing basic bitch stuff.

—Wolfman Out—

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Hello Sir, Do You Have a Moment To Meme About Jesus Christ?

They’re Going To Call You A Nazi Anyway

“But they’re going to call you a Nazi anyway!”

True but does that mean that you should wear a pair of swastika panties and prance around in a fursuit while screaming about Jews beaming microwaves into your head*?

No my friend that is not a good idea. Although you would breathe a little life into an otherwise boring business meeting.

Does being called a Nazi get you immediate license to act like an asshole. No it doesn’t. While you are no obligation to be the least bit polite to your accuser you still need to carry yourself with a certain measure of self-respect and professionalism.

What being called a Nazi in [current year] does do however is give you complete license to speak the truth and to say what you were going to say in the first place. As your adversary has already shot their rhetorical bolt and doesn’t have any thing else to hit you with.

Besides what are they going to do call you a double Nazi? Fuck them! Speak the truth!

 

*Save that sort of thing for Gab.

https://gab.ai/Wolvesandmen

They’re Going To Call You A Nazi Anyway

A Short Charles Martel Documentary

Here’s a short fifteen minute documentary on Charles “The Hammer” Martel done by Real Crusades History.

As interesting as Charles himself was, the legacy of his sons only adds to his stature. Between Charles and his son Carloman we are left with the classic image of the medieval paladin king. Strong in battle, yet faithful to the church and wise in learning.

Also worthy of note was just how deep into France the Muslim invaders got. This was no mere Spanish border clash as I had once assumed. The Battle of Tours took place in the very heartland of the Frankish kingdom.

Anyway. I just figured I’d relay this for anyone wanting to catch up quickly on the inspiration for Alt-Hero’s Michael Martel.

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From cheesy internet forum joke to 100% American badass in twelve easy steps.

—Wolfman Out—

 

A Short Charles Martel Documentary

Alt-Hero #2: Rebel’s Cell Is Out

Arkhaven Comics has just released the second issue of Alt*Hero; this time following the American vigilante story and featuring the Rebel and Hammer characters that were central in the original trailer video.

This one definitely went in a different direction than I was expecting. While a certain level of dark grittiness was inevitable, shit got real very fast here.

It was also good to see that Rebel and Mike Hammer are actual multi-dimensional characters here when it would have been so easy to turn them into lazy stereotypes.

Overall while I liked Alt*Hero #1 Crackdown I couldn’t really get excited for it. I could see the European Storyline being set up for future issues and the comic was overall surprisingly funnier than I expected. In baseball terms issue #1 was a lead off single.

Issue #2 however was a RBI double, bringing home the baserunner and the bacon. Much faster pace and higher immediate stakes for the viewpoint characters. An element of humor remains however, as seen in the offhand some of the rebel superheroes are introduced to us.

Overall a clear step forward for Arkhaven and a bit of fun for the rest of us.

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Looking forward to seeing the online hatescreeches… which just makes the whole fan experience ever better.

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—Wolfman Out—

Alt-Hero #2: Rebel’s Cell Is Out