John Greaves's remonstrance is offered in good faith, yet, understandably, reveals an unfamiliarity with this reporter's record & predictable reliance upon the degradation & mal-characterization of entities of which he knows full well is his admission to media attention. Notable other chastisements have tightened his purview & array of targets; and, experience and prudence have foreclosed his once vaunted banner of a no-holds-barred discourse. But beyond any other feature that guides decisions about the pinpointing of prey, Moya-S. chooses only those miscreants who've already been attacked & softened up a bit. Concerning his and Sandoval's newfound revelation, though a bit vague about the date-"in the 1400s"--Moya-S.'s journalistic credentials are patently anomalous to those of prestigious ICTMN columnist, Steven Newcomb, whose seminal work "Pagans in the Promised Land: Decoding the Doctrine of Christian Discovery" & and subsequent articles cite more substantively the invidious legacy of Intera Caetera and its close edicts of the same era. That Sandoval completed the steps to become a nun initially without a modicum of cognizance of Inter Caetera eludes Moya-S.
Tuesday, June 19, 2012 - 21:37