The European Middle Ages, as you know them, never existed.
It was completely different.
The European Middle Ages are a product of a forgery of history.
Most of the kings of the European Middle Ages in the History books are made-up. The 31 emperors from Charlemagne (800) to Charles V (16th century) are arranged according to an artificial pattern.
This is impossible in a natural course of history. The European Middle Ages are therefore a product of a forgery.
I will tell you a joke about the Middle Ages.
So funny you will laugh yourself to death.
I will tell you a joke about the old romans.
But according to official history, it is true!
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