First thing. There was no all-Roman Church institution Inquisition. There was Spanish Inquistion (established 1478) and Roman Inquistion (established 1542).
Medieval Inquisitions were series of temporary investigations and tribunals. It was established 1184, and it was not permanent, and it was mainly used against priests who were teaching unorthodox doctrines.
Wichhunts happened after Reformation, mainly in Protestant states, and generally were unrelated to Roman-Catholic Church.

Well, let's say you are right again (you do see how much I care, right?) and forget about the name of some institution and concentrate on the persecusion of everything non-christian from day one. Shall we? Guess you don't really want that.


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