By Anna Von Reitz
I have often and with considerable vigor criticized the Roman Catholic Church for numerous things, including their tolerance for Babylonian practices of idolatry and usury and mismanagement of the assets of the World Trust and Gross Breach of Trust with respect to obligations owed to the American people and government. Now, I find myself honor-bound to defend the Roman Catholic Church and explain some basic facts of life and history to Americans and Aussies and others around the world who have not had cause to spend time in Europe.
It also requires discussing some not-so-pleasant subjects.
Like death. Human death.
Although you might not have cause to think about it while traveling through Europe--- if you did think about it --- you would realize that aside from some large war memorial cemeteries and a few notable public and church cemeteries, there are not nearly the number of cemeteries you would expect to see, given the size of the population.
Arable land in Europe is at a premium and has been for centuries.