Cancel Culture in the Middle Ages

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7 Comments

  1. I couldn’t watch the entire kid vid. The warden was annoyed by the volume.

    Is the NY Times wrong about everything.

    In the Middle Ages cancel culture services were provided by The Inquisition – whose play book the Left apparently has copied word-for-word.

  2. Not a bad homage, but would have been better with a few more moose bites, and a few less llamas.

    But for the record, you need to look to early modern Europe for that kind of fear and superstition.

    The Papal Inquisition was too well governed by rules of evidence and rational procedures to be mistaken for a Schiff-run committee hearing.

  3. “The Papal Inquisition was too well governed by rules of evidence and rational procedures to be mistaken for a Schiff-run committee hearing.”
    Thank you

  4. de nada

    For anyone interested in a perspective on Medieval Europe that doesn’t presume a thousand years of fear, superstition and darkness, find yourself a copy of C.S. Lewis’s The Discarded Image

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