Show your evidence for that.
How many of your own ancestoral peasant countrymen did he have hanged for disagreening with what they perceived as him jeapordizing thier immortal souls just so he could groundlesly divorce his queen?
The amount of people that Henry supposedly executed for their religion pales into insignificance compared to the amount of Protestants that his Catholic daughter Mary burned at the stake in her short, fiver-year reign..
And Henry wanted to divorce Catherine of Aragon because she did not provide him with a male heir. That is, after all, why Henry married her. As I've pointed out, it was NORMAL for a medieval monarch to marry a monarch just to provide him with a male her. Medieval monarchs did not marry for love. Henry was normal in that respect. He was no different from most other monarchs of the time.
Edited by TheLastLazyGun, 23 January 2013 - 06:07 PM.