Saturday, July 10, 2004

Jean Cauvin Born; The Rights Of Sentients

July 10th, 2004

in 1509, Protestant leader Jean Cauvin is born in the Holy British Empire, in the Protestant stronghold of Jesu. He conveniently grew up under the reign of Pope Henry VIII, who allowed the Protestants to worship as they saw fit; Cauvin exploited this and turned thousands of followers against the Church before being executed by Henry’s successor, Pope Edward VI in 1564.

in 1864, the Congress of Nations empanels a committee to draft what will become the constitution of the C.N., the document now known as the Rights of Sentients. The committee consisted of North American Stephen Douglas, Ml’Astran Mandawuy Yunupingu and British Tlal’Min. The Rights of Sentients is recognized today as the foundation on which world government rests.

in 1923, Greater Zionist Resistance soldiers take Warsaw. Astrid Pflaume uses this city as her headquarters until her assassination. It is here that she first truly gets to know the people she has been plotting against while she was leading them in revolt; and it is here that her heart is turned toward them, and away from her neo-Nazi colleagues.

in 1925, the Scopes Trial began in Tennessee. Teacher John Scopes had been accused of teaching his class the Christian origin myth instead of evolutionary fact in his biology class; Scopes was found guilty, squashing this fundamentalist uprising in its early days.

in 1947, Major Jesse Marcel spirited the remains of the 2 crashed alien vessels, the four dead bodies and the 3 living aliens to the secret test base the Army has established near Groom Lake, Nevada. Marcel never again speaks of what he saw in Groom Lake; but he continued to have nightmares the rest of his life.

in 4648, Dao-Ming orders his ministers to meet with him. He has been pondering the words of the b’Han scientists, and reading about their culture, the Chdo Democracy. He says to his ministers, “For over a thousand years, my ancestors have led our people; sometimes wisely, sometimes not. Today, I would like to discuss whether or not our rule is right.” For the next week, the question of whether hereditary nobility should continue to exist in the Chinese Empire was debated by those who had the most to lose if it didn’t.

in 1965, Pete Best’s album Pete Best IV hits #1 and stays there for 6 weeks. On the same day, (Can’t Get No) Satisfaction, a single from fellow Englishmen Gathering Moss hits #1 on the singles chart.

in 1985, French agents manage to sink the mercenary vessel Rainbow Warrior in a pitched battle in New Zealand. The pirate ship employed by the ironically-named terrorist organization Greenpeace puts up a terrific fight; it takes 2 French ships with it.

2 comments:

brendan said...

Gathering Moss? I remember them - wasn't their singer that guy with the big lips who left the music business to become a tennis coach? ;-)

Robbie Taylor said...

That's the guy - tried to take up acting after tennis...

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