Monday, June 02, 2014

Early Norse American Settlements Confirmed

I find it interesting that only WND has reported this, at least that I can find. Admittedly WND is one of “our” sites and therefore “inadmissible” by mainstream assholes as an official cite, even if we happen to believe the story, which I do.

But if this is authentic, this is it—proof positive that there was actual White settlement from Scandinavia pre-Columbus, not just a few temporary summer settlements along the coast used as logging camps for timber-starved Greenland, which is the official version.



Anonymous Dee Grove said...

Anyone who loves this topic as much as I do owes it to themselves to read one of Hjalmar Holand's books. This most definitely is *not* the first artifact discovery this far west into the continent. But, excellent news!

10:11 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There are signs of Aryan greatness everywhere. Too bad the Viking's technology and organization wasn't robust enough to deal with the Skraelings (Injuns) and were able to create long lasting settlements and regions in North America.

7:24 PM  

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