Naked Protest Against Taxes by Lady Godiva in Britain

Naked Tax Protest: Lady Godiva in Britain: Year 1043: White Peeping Tom, Leofric, and Lady Godiva. I’m looking up how to get away from “cliche’s” as I autobiographically write about the White men attacked by non-Whites who tried to cut his head off with a machete! The Brown Mexicans left him in a “pool of blood” for $5 and sadly, the man who looks like Benjamen Franklin, had to go to school full time and work full time for there is no school $$ for our White males. Jews call it “takeover of host country,” by first destroying males as they did when they sent home Viet Vets, and then replacing us in neighborhoods, churches, schools, jobs, amusement places.
So I saw this cliche “Peeping Tom” and thought I’d copy and paste. The White characters have awesome names: Lady Godiva, the first female White protestor, Leofric, her noble husband who put too much of a tax burden on his community, and Tom the Tailor. Probably why Tom “peeped” is because he dealt with sewing clothes and to see a woman riding down Main Street naked and without clothing, surely shocked him. (It was year 1096, just to compare Poland, Germany and France, the latter would go to massacre or run the Jews out of Germany and France for Jews had taken over church and government against the White people. Some Jews were massacred in China who had no God and Jews ran into my Poland where they enslaved us with taxes, like IRS, and a type of Federal Reserve Bank. The Jews were surely in England, but the English did not catch on … yet.
Peeping Tom
Meaning:     Original resolution that anyone who stirred abroad should be put to death.
Example:     Tailor Tom became the first Peeping Tom and lost his eyes for looking at Lady Godiva.
Origin:     Lady Godiva was a noblewoman who lived in Coventry, England in the eleventh century. Together with her husband, Leofric III, Earl of Mercia, Lady Godiva founded the monastery at Coventry in 1043.
Leofric quickly became active in public affairs, handling financial matters that arose as the town of Coventry grew around the monastery. The tax burden on the peasant populace also grew, as mandated by Leofric, and soon, Lady Godiva began her campaigning for a tax reduction.
Leofric agreed to the reduction on one condition. He would reduce the local taxes when his wife would ride naked through the market square of Coventry. Once Lady Godiva ensured that she truly had his permission to ride naked through the town, she announced she would do it.
Legend has it that Godiva sent advance word to the townspeople of Coventry, asking them to avert their eyes as she rode naked through the market. Out of respect for Godiva, all complied with her wishes. All except one tailor named Tom, who could not help but sneak a peek as she rode by. Immediately after viewing her, Tom was struck blind. From this story comes the phrase “Peeping Tom”. Historians generally agree that this portion of the story was added on as an embellishment much later in the history than the actual event. There is historical evidence for details of the Lady Godiva story, including land and tax records of the time. Women have used the symbol of Lady Godiva to inspire their own demonstrations in modern times.
Here’s a British comedian, Benny Hill, having fun with Lady Godiva.

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