Revising History – The Running of the Bulls


The history of the “running of the bulls” has direct, historical implications to the Europeans’ removal of the Moors from their land. The Moors had conquered Spain and Spain flourished with wealth, trade, culture, education, science, philosophy, etc. When the Europeans conquered Spain and removed the Moors from power, the “tradition” of the running of the bulls became a popular propaganda tool used to promote the European agenda and to commemorate the removal of “Black Bulls” (Moors) from the land.

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