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"augustus" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:39 min | 2 weeks ago

"augustus" Discussed on WCPT 820

"They did Of us at two Yeah gases and Brutus The cafes was the leader of the right wingers in the Senate And in those days it was like a Supreme Court Justice You were sent at the senator You were in the Senate for life And so then there were 13 years of struggle for power and eventually Julius Caesar's nephew Octavian defeated Mark Anthony and Cleopatra And he came Augustus Right And that was the end of the show Well no but that was the Augustus was a very good ever He imposed authoritarianism because the right wingers said game over We're not playing by the rules anymore And it was very good authoritarian but after Augustus there was a whole not so good guys Yeah Including the Caligula in the narrows But then the second century starting with nerva and thrilled markets are really Edward gibbon and historian the 18th century historian wrote that second century Rome was the happiest time in human history and it probably was because it was very progressive It was they had all kinds of things and they established what we consider to be the basics of public safety and health regulations for what they knew Have you read more Have you read mortal republic I don't think so There's a new Roman historian and apologies I can't recall his name But he wrote this book called mortal republic I read it a year and a half two years ago and I was writing my book on oligarchy.

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"augustus" Discussed on RPG Lessons Learned

RPG Lessons Learned

03:34 min | Last month

"augustus" Discussed on RPG Lessons Learned

"Internet podcasts period. And certainly the transfer august. Yes definitely certainly transfers podcast. I know of one that still active. That i think is argument award and i think i have one. That's defunct that might have been around before. Augustus podcast oh definitely weird. Absolutely i transfers podcasts Like we just celebrated our twenty twentieth anniversary Last month about actually well when you're listening to this back in october of twenty nineteen so Yeah so but i. I've been collecting transfers seriously for over twenty years there things. i want. That wanted that when i was younger. Or what i consider prohibitively expensive might might have been a couple of hundred dollars then you twenty five years later. They're a little bit more now. I wanna unpacked several diseases. First of all what does it mean to you to quote collect transformers seriously seriously there different levels of course so for me. Can the average person on the street would say. I'm very serious collector. And then like people that i know that i would consider you know a very serious flaker with his amateur so My i've senior clutch. You are my commercials glittered but like what. What in your mind makes you less. I know my collection satisfies my compulsory buying habits basically so Like i there's certain things. I liked it certainly i'd like to have. I'd like to have a complete run of the original transfers from the nineteen eighty s. Oh you're american toys so you're looking at about seven hundred. Stare.

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"augustus" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

Charlotte Readers Podcast

08:07 min | 3 months ago

"augustus" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

"And is quite amazing. She's a woman of tremendous faith And has overcome from memphis Difficulties medical Horrendous medical challenges and emotional challenges as well and has just as as i said a person of great faith and A close relationship with with with spiritual issues as she has overcome tremendous adversities and and she's a very intolerant of of of of people who are disrespectful of others in aggressive microaggressions if you will That women experience and women of color particular allowed experience and she's quick to try to support These individuals and also to To address the those who are perpetrating. Some of these microaggressions and she she will Try to address that too and offer some pushback in that setting And she continues to do these things. She's a leader within the The pd community both the general law community but also the underrepresented minority groups. And so she when she was asked the question. How did she make it. She said she couldn't really explain it. Although her story has faith built into it which is one of the other I think sort of common denominators that you found For people that survive and learn to overcome When you think about all these people gas in this book and they've gone through You mentioned common humanity. Of course some things can't be solved necessarily but empathy because you might have the fiscal condition that takes a medical intervention and maybe some hope and a prayer and a miracle and so forth and so on but but the the common humanity piece Is this idea one where no man is an island. You know we're all in this together If someone is suffering others can lend a hand and help them get through it. Maybe they'll survive but they get through that part that's most difficult weighing on their weighing on their souls in your match. Yeah i think it's i think it's our reality. It's the reality of the world. it's I don't think it is. It's very debatable. If if you just look at it's there and I think what we hopefully can do with it though is by by by recognizing it and and allowing ourselves to Interact with these attitudes and and with these Opportunities that that our common humanity officers that we can Survive better and then without them and It can really help us. Often tad's to transcend. I mean people come out of these things with a a moines rich life. They come out stronger they come out healthier they come out boy to do their work or they find new new New lives that they can Live and enjoy and be productive. So i think it to the extent that people can be reminded of these natural opportunities and look to take advantage of him I it will give them an opportunity to to to improve their quality of life and to contribute more to the quality of life of of their fellow humans as a as they interact in. I saw that theme in the book. This idea of reinventing yourself. It happened with herman williams. When he suffered a heart condition can continue his profession but he did something else. I think claudia did did that as well to to to move forward i got a few questions. I'll talk about relating to the writing life because when you wrote this book it's not easy to take on tasks like this. Write a book and you did it with several co-authors and i think our listeners might be interesting to know how that process worked with you working with a coupla co authors in terms of planning and the writing and how you work together. Yeah well it. I think we worked together. Basically because we Have mutual respect and for the for ourselves and each other and I think that would probably be the major element and we We had the desire to to I do some good you know to to to I mean they're they're both professional writers. I'm a amateur rider. Vedic surgeon and but we all wanted to do some good and We were able to Recognize and i think what what we could each contribute and how it could best Come together you and your co co-authors. We'll just name him. John land david chen off. And then you had a forward to the book by coach k. Coast to coast szumowski. How did that come about well. It was good. Good luck We we we. I was very friendly with coach amoco. Who's a protege. He said harvard basketball coach. african american out steady Coach well recognize it in the field and he but kind of a protege of coach k. And so coach cage. China knew about us and what we do at had some interest and it was just a spontaneous thing initially and so but we've tried to get him involved that we we're looking maybe doing some other things around that One of the things being ally ship you know how how do people different ethnicities and races and genders worked together to achieve certain ideals by being allies and that certainly applies in no small degree to athletic teenage. You wanna maximize your ls ship on a team and you wanna have mutual respect and appreciation understanding shedder anyway so common human interests common interests in humanity Sorta we recognize what coach k. Had some some interest in that so we brought a may i ask them to sort of collaborate with us a little bit and who knows what war we might do with that. But that's that's sort of the way that happened s. So as we wrap this up and thank you for spending so much time today with us on this topic but as we wrap this up as you say you're in your knife decade given all you've experienced here what you've learned from all these persevering people who had some very difficult circumstances That you discussed in the book What what kind of parting message would you say to those out there. Who are going through some form of adversity right now. I guess the first would be to try to look around and see if there is someone some resource Either.

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"augustus" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:36 min | 5 months ago

"augustus" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It does look real donor, but see when I wave there. Somebody come afraid I just kind of light on and put my hand up there like the next stop run. In his first week here, Augustus was burglarized. He lost his computer printer, phone and notebooks full of his writing. Being robbed is almost a part of the job. He's played by a house sitting outfit called Weekend Warriors and their contracted by real estate company Wedgwood. They provide security while the house is renovated, staged, sold and inspected. It's solitary, restrictive work. He can't leave the property only quick trips to the grocery store or laundromat. No guests. I guess this has lived in more than 20 houses in the last seven years. 24 7 House Sitting pays $800 a month It works out to a little more than a dollar an hour. Who are you? Mostly guarding the houses from from The people who were breaking, I would say that would be your homeless. And your drug addicts. Does it ever feel complicated for you being homeless yourself to kick out? Other homeless people know I'm not kicking them out. Keeping them from damaging. The property Well, money has been invested. To improve the property into qualified for.

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"augustus" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:34 min | 5 months ago

"augustus" Discussed on KCRW

"Let's see when I wave that. Somebody come and pray and I just turn the light on and put my hand up there like that. Lift up. They run. Uh In his first week here, Augustus was burglarized. He lost his computer printer, phone and notebooks full of his writing. Being robbed is almost a part of the job. He's played by a house sitting outfit called Weekend Warriors and their contracted by real estate company Wedgwood. They provide security while the house is renovated, staged, sold and inspected. It's solitary, restrictive work. He can't leave the property only quick trips to the grocery store or laundromat. No guests. I guess this has lived in more than 20 houses in the last seven years. 24 7 House Sitting pays $800 a month It works out to a little more than a dollar an hour. Who are you? Mostly guarding the houses from from The people who were breaking, I would say that would be your homeless. And your drug addicts. Does it ever feel complicated for you being homeless yourself to kick out? Other homeless people know I'm not kicking them out. I'm keeping them from damaging. Property. Where money has been invested. To improve the property and to Qualified for To.

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"augustus" Discussed on Short Storiess Podcast

Short Storiess Podcast

03:13 min | 6 months ago

"augustus" Discussed on Short Storiess Podcast

"Do not escape every day as she urged it. Her brother's wished nothing better. And the family returned to cumberland from there. Being no upstairs in the house it was impossible to make any great change in their arrangements. The sister occupied the same room. But it is unnecessary to say. She always closed the shutters which however as many old houses always left the top. Pain of the window uncovered. The brothers moved and occupied a room together exactly that of their sister and they always kept loaded pistols in their room the winner past the most peacefully and happily in the following march. The sister was suddenly awakened by a sound. She remembered only too well. Scratch scratch scratch upon the window and looking up. She saw climbed up to the top most pain of the window. The same hideous brown shrivelled face with glaring eyes looking at her this time. She screamed as loud as she could. Her brother's rushed out of their room with pistols and out of the front door. The creature was already cutting away across the lawn. One of the brothers fired and hit it in the leg but still with the other leg it continued to make way scrambled over the wall into the churchyard in seemed to disappear into a vault which belonged to a family long extinct the next day the brother summoned all the tenants of chronicling grange and their presence. The ball was open. A horrible scene revealed itself. The vault was full of coffins. They had been broken open and their contents. Horribly mangled and distorted were scattered over the floor. One coffin alone remained intact of that. The lid had been lifted. But still lay loose upon the coffin. They raised it and they're brown withered. Shriveled mummified but quite entire was the same hideous figure which had looked in at the windows of kraken grange with marks of a recent pistol shot in the leg and they did the only thing that can lay of.

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"augustus" Discussed on Short Storiess Podcast

Short Storiess Podcast

08:33 min | 6 months ago

"augustus" Discussed on Short Storiess Podcast

"Fisher may sound like a very in name but this family is a very ancient lineage. And for many hundreds of years they have possessed a very curious. Old place in cumberland which bears the weird name of craw glynn grange. The great characteristic of the house is that never at any period of it's very long existence as aben more than one story high but it has a terrace from which large ground sweep away towards the church in the hollow and a very fine distant view when in lapse of years. The fishers outgrew. Croghan grange in family and fortune. They were wise enough not to destroy the standing characteristic of the place by adding another story to the house but they went away to the south to reside in thorn thornton near guilford and they let chronicling grange. They were extremely fortunate in their tenants. Two brothers and a sister. They heard their praises from all quarters to their poorer neighbours. They were all that is most kind and beneficent and their neighbors of a higher class spoke of them as a most welcome addition to the little society of the neighborhood on their part tenants were greatly delighted with their new residents the arrangement of the house. Which would have been a trial too. Many was not so to them. In every respect croghan grange was exactly suited to them. The winter was spent most happily by the new of croghan grange who shared in all the little social pleasures of the district and made themselves very popular in the following summer. There was one day which was dreadfully annihilating hot. The brothers lie under the trees with their books for it was too hot for any active occupation. The sister sat in the veranda and worked or tried to work for in the intense sultry. -ness of that summer day work was next to impossible. They dined early and after dinner. They still sat out on the veranda. Enjoying the cool air which came with the evening and they watch the sunset in the moon. Rise over the belt of trees which separated the grounds from the churchyard seeing it. Mount the heavens till the whole lawn was bathed in silver light across which the long shadows from the shrubbery fell as if in boston. So vivid and distinct were they when they separated for the night all retiring to their rooms on the ground floor for as i said there was no upstairs in that house. The sister felt that the he was still so great that she could not sleep and having fastened her window. She did not close the shutters in that very quiet place. It was not necessary and propped against pillows. She still watch the wonderful the marvelous beauty of that summer night gradually. She became aware of two lights. To lights which flickered in an out in the belt of trees which separated the lawn from the churchyard and as her gaze became fixed upon them she saw them emerge fixed in a dark substance a deafening ghastly something which seemed every moment to become nearer increasing in size and substance as it approached every known. Then it was lost for a moment in the long shadows were stretched across the lawn from the trees and then emerged larger than ever instill coming on as she watched it the most uncontrollable horror seized her. She longed to get away but the door was close to the window and the door was locked on the inside and while she was unlocking it she must be for an instant nearer to it. She longed to scream but her voice seemed paralyzed. Her tongue glued to the roof of her mouth. Suddenly she could never explain why afterwards the terrible object seemed to turn to one side seemed to be going round the house not to becoming to her at all it immediately. She jumped out of bed and rushed to the door but if she was unlocking it she heard scratch scratch scratch upon the window and saw hideous brown face with flaming is glaring at her. She rushed back to bed but the creature continued to scratch scratch. Scratch on the window. She felt a sort of mental comfort. In the knowledge that the window was securely fastened on the inside. Suddenly the scratching sound ceased and kind of pecking sound. Took its place then in her agony. She became aware that the creature was unpicking. The lead the noise continued. Any diamond pane of glass fell into the room. Then a long bony finger of the creature came in and turned the handle of the window and the window opened and the creature came in and it came across the room at her. Terror was so great that she cannot scream. It came up to the bed and had twisted. It's long bony fingers into her air. It had dragged her head over the side of the bed and had bit her violently in the throat as it bid her her voice was released and she screamed with all her might and main. Her brother's rushed out of their rooms. But the door was locked on the inside. A moment was lost while they gotta poker and broke it open. Then the creature had already escaped through the window and the sister bleeding violently from a wound in the throat was lying unconscious over the side of the bed. One brother pursued the creature which fled before him through the moonlight with gigantic strides and eventually seemed to disappear over the wall in the churchyard then he rejoined his brother by his sister's bedside. She was dreadfully. Her and her wound was a very definite one but she was of strong disposition. Not given to romance or superstition and when she came to herself she said what has happened his most extraordinary and i am very much hurt. It seems inexplicable but of course there is an explanation and we must wait for it the it will turn out that a lunatic from some asylum and has found his way here the wound healed and she appeared to get well but the doctor who was sent for to her would not believe that she could bear so terrible a shock so easily and insisted that she must have a change mental and physical so her brothers took her to switzerland being a sensible girl. When she went abroad she threw herself at once into the interest of the country she was in she dried plants. She made sketches. She went up the mountains and as autumn came on. She was the person who urged that they should return to croghan grange. We have taken it. She said for seven years and we have only been there one and we shall always find it difficult to let a house which has only one story high. So we had better return they're lunatics..

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"augustus" Discussed on Short Storiess Podcast

Short Storiess Podcast

02:11 min | 6 months ago

"augustus" Discussed on Short Storiess Podcast

"You magnificent person. I'm delighted that you are here. I'm robert crandall. I hope you will tell a friend. And i hope you are well in pre of were sadness and despair on this episode. We have a horror word of the day and that word is mandatory spilled m. i. n. a. t. o. r. y. defined as something mandatory is threatening menacing looming or ill boating in other words Military might make you fear that something bad or violent is about to happen. There are mandatory. Word's mandatory threats and warnings mandatory remarks and declarations mandatory emails and letters mandatory gestures mandatory facial expression like gazes and glares a military style or minute tori tone or even mandatory silence. Mandatory is certainly a present in our feature story in this story. A girl is attacked by a vampire. Do you believe in vampires. I've read some convincing stories about them. Is it really possible though for something to sustain life. Fa vampire is live by ingesting blood. Ladies you may want to make sure your windows and doors are locked. I hope you enjoy the vampire of krog..

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Lynx Legend Seimone Augustus Announces Retirement From WNBA

Around the Rim

01:51 min | 6 months ago

Lynx Legend Seimone Augustus Announces Retirement From WNBA

"Is both and exciting but also a sad moment for us here on the around. The rim podcasts. As to rica. And i are welcoming in a future hall of famer that has decided to hang up her kicks for the very last time. And it hurts. I'm not gonna lie. Because simone has given me personally my best memories on the court in interviews off the court and i know she has miss so much to our game into so many people if you don't know the resume the number one overall draft pick in two thousand six to the minnesota lynx. She will retire as one of the most prolific basketball player of all time. She won four championships with the links. Eight all star appearances six. All wnba teams three olympic gold medals. And we will get into the lsu days in a moment. But please join us in welcoming simone augustus to the show. Welcome simone thank you. Having been a few days since you're announcement like how you feeling now versus yesterday versus the day before hasn't set in like. What do you feel like. I'm still getting adjusted. Still get adjusted I was african yesterday. My teammates stealing player mode a little bit late to the game. Shoot arounds and all that. I'm still like what what do i do. I go you know type in you know even i this morning. I'm like sitting around trying to figure out what to do but Soda was surely like coast. Freight is always in my ear lt. Everybody's like picky those fights and don't get in there and talk to the girls whenever now more than ever. The girls are just starting to pull me to this out. Like you need to get some shots up. Compelled me or whatever. So it's it's been a smooth transition but it's still a little bit of adjustment like densely To go from being a player to coach

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Boston Area Firefighters ‘Completely Encrusted In Ice’ Putting Out Triple Decker Fire

WBZ Programming

01:20 min | 10 months ago

Boston Area Firefighters ‘Completely Encrusted In Ice’ Putting Out Triple Decker Fire

"Two multi alarm fires yesterday, one of them deadly. Two people lost their lives in the five alarm ER in a triple decker Ron Jocks Avenue. Officials say another person suffered life threatening injuries. WBZ TV Snake Commons at the scene. The visibility in his area was really bad they could barely see through the smoke. The flames were shooting out of the building. Once firefighters were able to get their bearings in this neighborhood here. They came across the person who had apparently jumped from a rear balcony off this triple decker here. That person we understand, suffered life threatening injuries. They were taken to the hospital. We do not have an update on their condition. But again, this fire was incredibly fast Moving. The big concern was other buildings as well that are within feet of this triple decker. They did not want this fire to spread. Ultimately, when firefighters went into the building to try to put out the flames, it was just Too bad inside and they had to evacuate. Firefighters also dealt with a three alarm blaze on William Street. Wester City manager Edward Augusta says this has been an extremely trying day for the community. Augustus also thank firefighters and emergency personnel for battling for two temperatures and weather conditions that created challenging situations for Everyone involved. The CDC is

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Storytellers: Lorraine Hansberry

Encyclopedia Womannica

06:27 min | 11 months ago

Storytellers: Lorraine Hansberry

"Today's storyteller was a playwright and activist. Who stories centered. African american working class families despite tragically short career. She became the first black woman to have a play produced on broadway half a century later her work remains one of the most celebrated snapshots of black struggles and black joy. Here's the story of lorraine hands berry lorraine hands berry was born on may nineteenth nineteen thirty on the south side of chicago. Her father carl. Augustus was a prominent figure. Within the city's black community having founded one of the first african american banks growing up lorraine and her three older siblings played host to a number of famous people including langston hughes. Wabc boys duke ellington and olympic gold. Medalist jesse owens. Despite their middle class status and cultural connections the hands berries were still subject to chicago's deeply ingrained. Housing segregation agreements known as restrictive covenants were widespread throughout the city. White property owners could collectively agree not to sell to african americans. This practice created a ghetto known as the black belt which ran through the south side when lorraine was eight years old. Her father secretly bought a home. In one of the so-called restricted heads in nineteen thirty seven when the family moved in a white mob attacked a brick was thrown through the window narrowly missing lorraine the local homeowners association filed an injunction for the hands berries to vacate lorraine her siblings were chased spat and beaten during their walks to and from school the supreme court of illinois doubled down on the legality of the restrictive covenant. And the hands. Berries were forced out of their home eventually the. Us supreme court overruled this ruling on a technicality. Thirty blocks subsequently opened up to black families across the south side while this ruling and the hands fight did not outlaw restrictive covenants. It did signal. The beginning of the end for the practice lorraine attended. Chicago's englewood high school where she became interested in theatre. She initially attended the university of wisconsin. Where she cut her teeth with the communist party but left after two years in one thousand nine hundred fifty lorraine moved to new york to be a writer by nineteen fifty one lorraine had found a home in harlem and began socializing with many of the great thinkers who had once visited her family back in chicago. She started writing for paul robeson freedom a progressive newspaper at a protest against racial discrimination at new york university lorraine met robert number off a jewish writer. They married at her family home in chicago. In nineteen fifty three in nineteen. Six robert co wrote the hit song. Cindy oh cindy it's prophets allowed lorraine to stop working to focus on writing. She began developing a play that she initially called. The crystal stair langston hughes poem mother to son she would later changed the name to a raisin in the sun. This too was from a langston hughes poem called harlem. What happens to a dream deferred. Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun or faster like a sore and then run a raisin in the sun centers on a black working class family in chicago south side as they try to improve their financial situation. The patriarch of the family has died and a ten thousand dollar insurance payout is imminent they the money to buy a house in the cheaper all white neighborhood nearby to they use it to invest in a liquor store and education lorraine based many of the characters on the families who rented from her father and with whom she attended high school the cast safer one character was entirely black lorraine was in her twenties and the play itself dealt with racism life in chicago's black belt and the pain of assimilation into white culture topics that were considered risky for the predominantly white theater. Going crowd it took over a year to raise enough money to put the play up. When it debuted in nineteen fifty-nine a raisin in the sun was the first play written by a black woman to be produced on broadway and the first to be led by an african american director lorraine was twenty nine years old. The play was an almost instant. Hit the new york drama critics circle named it. The best play of the year just five months after its broadway debut arisen in the son of in london's west end in nineteen sixty one. A film starring much of the original cast was released and several of the actors received golden globe. Nominations perhaps the most important element of the play success was that entailing box stories. Lorraine also make theater accessible and previously unimaginable ways as the writer. James baldwin noted. I had never in my life seen so many black people in the theater and the reason was that never before in the entire history of the american theatre had so much of the truth of black people's lives and seen on the stage. Black people had ignored the theatre because the theatre had always ignored them lorraine would go on to finish in stage. Just one other. Play the sign in sidney bruce. Deans window about a jewish intellectual the play which explored themes of homosexuality and the bohemian lifestyle. Debuted to mixed reviews in nineteen sixty four. It ran for just over one hundred performances closing on january twelfth. Nineteen sixty five. That's same day. Lorraine hanbury died of pancreatic cancer. She was thirty four years old. After lorraine's death. Her ex husband robert had several of her plays produced posthumously to be young gifted and black became an autobiographical work. Drawing on lorraine's letters interviews and journal entries the title came from a nineteen sixty four speech of lorraine's when she spoke to the winners of a united negro fund writing competition. She said speech though. It be thrilling marvellous thing to be merely young and gifted in such times it is doubly so w dynamic to be young gifted and black

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"augustus" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:04 min | 11 months ago

"augustus" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The disrupters personal disasters that derailed our plans and stole any modicum apiece would come to enjoy the number one. Disruptor of course was the unnerving corona virus. But make no mistake. The chaos cannot be oscillated to a contagious flu bug alone. In addition covid seem to ignite a powder keg of emotions that exploded like bomb shows in our political and civil discourse and the end result. Our world is embroiled in a diabolical war against itself. These are series days. and now you're probably thinking. Come on chuck. Lighten up little. I know. I know it's not like me to paint such a dark and hopeless picture but i would deny the obvious if i didn't acknowledge the minefield of troubling issues that litter our path today. So here's where turned the corner less. We think we're trekking through uncharted territory. Let's pause to remember. Jesus has been down this road before in fact when you think back his times were rife with crisis just as ours are in fact when the baby jesus broke onto the human stage in bethlehem the political climate enrolling was deep and treacherous caesar. Augustus was demanding a census and herod the great was on a rampage of fury and it was no accident that jesus arrived when he did remember. Paul's words the fullness of time came god sent forth his son galicians for four. What he meant was jesus arrived right on time. Ultimately jesus died on the cross right on time and later walked out of the grave. Right on time i believe the god has appointed insight for living ministries to declare the truth about jesus for such a time as this. It is right on time. He is our only hope..

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"augustus" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"augustus" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Remembrance of Man's cousin, Tyrone Williams, who suffered the same fate two years ago. On the same street. Most of these shootings targets they know who they want to get out. What we're worried about is straight. Jots. Police say they have been in contact with the family. But man's mother says that's not the case. Not one person off. The Providence Police Force has called me since my son's been murdered at 11 o'clock yesterday, clearly upset but says she's now focusing on man's for Children. The youngest, just one week old Ah family trying to make sense of the violence that has left them without a father. This is another young and born. Sometimes you got to ask yourself when is enough enough? Providence Police say they are trying to locate videos of the incident and are asking witnesses to come forward with any information. Rob Nesbitt from 12 News. It's nine after seven o'clock Now. Providence Journal's Linda Borg over the weekend filed a story that says during the time of Augustus all roads lead to Rome. But some students had Brown University, saying no paths today should lead to a couple of statues of Romans, whose imperial legacy they say symbolizes white supremacy. No. These are statues, ones of Caesar Augustus, whose empire lasted 1500 years. The other of Marcus Aurelius, the philosopher king. Those two statues at the heart of a debate about art history that's roiling the brown campus, she says, while other colleges and universities have targeted statues of Confederate generals, a student group Called decolonization at Brown wants to replace replicas of statues that date back to the Roman Empire. Instead, they want to install works by black and indigenous artists. In a posting on black Oni in a group of six students on Brown's campus at the statue's quote were brought to our campus with the goals of upholding the ideal of the perfect white form white civilization, white supremacy and colonization ideas that we believe her. And compatible with Brown University today, so Apparently, these two statues the bronze statue, Marcus Aurelius, that statues in bad shape by the way, Scott kinds of green fungus on it's missing an arm kind of unsightly 10 minutes after seven o'clock..

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The City of Carthage

5 Minutes in Church History

04:14 min | 1 year ago

The City of Carthage

"Welcome back to another episode. Five minutes in Church history on this episode. We're going to a place to a very famous city in the ancient world. The city of Carthage Carthage was first settled by the Phoenicians. This of course was a crucial city right as were on the Mediterranean Sea. Carthage came to be known as the master of the Mediterranean. Sea Trade after the Phoenicians was part of the PUNIC. PUNIC empire, and then under Caesar Augustus who reigned from fourteen BC to twenty seven ad. Of course, this is the Caesar Augustus of the Gospel Narratives in the birth of Christ under Caesar Augustus Rome to control of Carthage and it became a great Roman city. It was second only to Rome and the Roman Empire Rivaling Alexandria from time to time for that position, but most give it to Carthage. At any given time in these centuries, the population of Carthage would be two hundred fifty thousand people that had all the telltale signs of a Roman city. There were theaters in the republic buildings. There were the extensive baths. There were aqueducts for. Water across the city, and even into the fields for farming, there was an extensive Roman road system. Soldiers were kept. There was a very busy port city and a very prosperous city. It also has quite a role in church history. It was the home of Talionis. Of course. Is that great church father from one sixty to two twenty as the one who gave us the word Trinity, and brought together all that biblical teaching of who got is in his Trinitaria and being, and so we have the word trinity coined at Carthage and two Oh. Three Carthage was the site of the martyrdom of perpetual and Felisa toss those very brave young women, and the wonderful story of their martyrdom in their courage in their stand for Christ. Well, it was at Carthage. and. The to fifty CIPRIAN was bishop of Carthage. This was on the heels of the decian persecution very intense persecution by the Roman emperor Shas. And after the persecution, and there was some relenting of it, folks were allowed back into the church created quite a controversy was known as the Donna test controversy that raged throughout the church from the fourth to sixth centuries and a key player in that controversy was CIPRIAN Bishop of Carthage. In three ninety seven. It was the site of the Third Council of Carthage. And the topic of discussion was the New Testament Canon and coming out of that council was an affirmation of the twenty seven books of the New Testament, so it played a role in the Canon controversies in development of the Early Church and in four sixteen, the Palais jeans were condemned at Carthage, so it played a role in the development of the doctrine of original sin. So what a fascinating city with rich history both in terms of the ancient world end in church history well as Rome was sacked by the barbarians in four ten carthage was sacked by the vandals and four, Twenty Nine Carthage became the capital of the vandal empire which spanned across that great north. Coast, and of course that North African coast had the Mediterranean Sea to the north, and the vast Sahara desert to the south. Is Long came on the scene, the six hundreds, and began to threaten from the East and Right at the end of the six hundred at the battle of Carthage Carthage fell to Islam. It was dominated by Islamic control. There was a brief time during the Crusades when Carthage was retaken, but only for a short time. It remained Muslim throughout the era of the reformation and right onto the present day. Carthage in the present day is a suburb of Tunis. Capital city of the North African nation of Tunisia. Tunisia's the first government North Africa to give protection for religious freedom. But the nation itself is still dominated by Islam and while there is a church. They're going way back to those early centuries. It is still a church that suffers persecution in our present day.

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Wairau Incident - June 17, 1843

This Day in History Class

03:49 min | 1 year ago

Wairau Incident - June 17, 1843

"This Day in history class is production of iheartradio. Hey all I'm eve and welcome to this day in history, Class A podcast that flips through the book of history and tears out a single page every day. Today is June seventeenth twenty twenty. The Day was June seventeenth. Eighteenth forty-three. A clash between British emigrants and Mary known as the wire incident took place on the South Island in New Zealand. It was the first major armed conflict between Maori and British immigrants after the signing of the Treaty of Tonky. The new. Zealand company was a British. Joint Stock Company responsible for the colonization of New Zealand in the eighteen hundreds. It's and director Edward Gibbon. Wakefield believed that a successful colony needed to attract a balance of capitalist laborers. The company claimed to have purchased land in the Cook Strait, read and established settlements at Wellington and Nelson. While the Europeans were purchasing land in New Zealand representatives of the British Crown and Mary, Chiefs signed the Treaty of White Tonky. In May of Eighteen, Forty Lieutenant Governor William Hobson declared British authority over New Zealand. Since the Treaty of Weitang, he was signed. There has been debate over its terms, interpretations and differences between the Mary text and the text. The treaty was meant to recognize Mary ownership of their lands and give Mary people, the rights of British subjects that said many Maori were later dispossessed of their lands. Anyway the New Zealand Company promoted the country as a Briton of the south, and it began to organize large scale migration to New Zealand. But the fertile land required for all the Europeans migrating to New Zealand, did not actually exist. The company was failing. Because arable land was limited land titles were uncertain. There were two mini absentee landowners, and there was no real way to generate income through exports. By eighteen forty three, the immigrants were struggling with food supply, and the company was basically bankrupt. Throughout the early eighteen s more European, emigrants Nelson despite conflict between Mary chiefs over claims to the land being sold. But when it became clear that there was not enough arable land around Nelson for the immigrants, the company began moving forward with plans to survey the wire planes. MARY TEVES NOT TOWA TEI row per ah-ha and others were adamant that the company had not purchased this land. Despite this opposition, the company ordered survey parties to begin work in the UAE Ravelli. So, some of the chiefs. Era and victim the surveyors they burned some of the shelters that have been made from local materials and destroyed some of the surveyors equipment. Police Magistrate Augustus. Thompson issued a warrant for the arrest of involved teeth on charges of arson. A group of about fifty special constables were sent to wire it to execute the warrant. They were armed but inexperienced. On, June seventeenth eighteen, forty three, the company party arrived on the eastern side of the to a marina stream. Mari gathered on the other side of the Stream. It's unclear exactly what triggered the fighting? Though some are accounts, say that a wife may have died I from a stray shot, regardless of fight ensued and twenty two Europeans, and somewhere between four and nine Mary died. Many European immigrants feared that this was the beginning of a larger Mary Insurrection When the new governor Robert Fitzroy arrived in New Zealand that December. He was tasked with

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Bill Noble on Garden Design

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

03:48 min | 1 year ago

Bill Noble on Garden Design

"Now. You were not a garden designer. Then and here you came to this place, and there's views of mountains and feels, and it feels like a big open place, but. You weren't a garden designer. SORTA figured out how to make a plan. And you speak about in the book about measuring the House and measuring the distance to things and kind of drawing and taking photos and kind of pinning up that and some inspiration on almost like a mood board to get started like you know to figure out what you were going to do, yes. Yes I came here not as a gardener. But I felt that I needed to learn really quickly. And and the way I learned was that. I had been farming and. As I. Tell Maybe in the book I made. Five thousand dollars at it. My first year felt great, and I made five thousand dollars at farming my last year and I'd had enough. And I landed a seasonal job restoring a half miles worth of white, pine and hemlock hedges at the Saint God's national historic site, in Cornish, which was the garden of Augustus Saint Gaudens and was part of an artist colony that included architects, landscape, architects and artists. Like Gerald Plot and Ellen Shipman And I really immersed myself. In the Garden Gardens, but it, but then in learning about the gardens that those artists had made. A really came to gardening? As an art form I. And then I had to learn. How to draw. and. Deal with hard scape, which still not very good at. but the National Park. Service was great about supporting. It staff. By providing training and I spent a couple years running down to Boston to Cambridge to the Radcliffe Institute and to the Arnold Arboretum and guarding the woods and learning the trade there. Okay, I'm applying it. on the job at Saint Gaudens and here and in some of the other Corner Gardens. I see so. One of my favorite parts of the book, besides all those big leafed plants in that was seventy foot, long border or something. It's just magnificent. Is that you make a list in the book that I find especially helpful I think you call it guiding principles and and I know this was after the fact because you started making the garden in nearly thirty years ago or twenty years ago, and you wrote the book just recently, but but it's good for those of US making Gardener Getting Ready to find tuna. Revise our gardens to think about guiding principle so is this something like this sort of self assessment? What do I really care about? Is this something you do with clients when you first visit there places? If the let me get away with it, yes! And, sometimes, sometimes more successfully than than others. Yeah I don't have a form. That I had a a client, but I I WANNA. I as a designer WANNA be able to understand the context. The built context, the living context the landscape context. And the social context as well as how the Oman Gardner is going to use the US the space use the garden, and what their what their goals

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Trump's ambitious infrastructure vision faces Senate GOP roadblock

This Morning with Gordon Deal

04:56 min | 1 year ago

Trump's ambitious infrastructure vision faces Senate GOP roadblock

"President trump faces a clash with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and other Senate Republicans over the president's desire for a two trillion dollar infrastructure spending bill something he promised during his twenty sixteen campaign what's going on here here to explain is Alex Bolton senior staff writer at the hill Alex set this up trump earlier this week in Dorsey two trillion dollar infrastructure package of member during the twenty sixteen presidential campaign he blocked his opponent Hillary Clinton formally proposing something like two hundred seventy five billion dollars for sure after trump one thing big old robot that failed to materialize during its first three years in office now he sees an opportunity on on Twitter earlier this week you need to call in dollars but that is facing opposition from his allies in Congress Senate Republicans Mitch McConnell the Senate Majority Leader he's putting the brakes on a package that is emerging from the house he said look we need to wait for me to figure out what we need to do it would first need to address the direct economic fallout from the across the borders the crisis before going on to sort of more tangentially related policy priorities which is what infrastructure is yeah you said the the phrase there is tangentially related I guess Augustus of an infrastructure bill would had some benefit or spur vide some help to the economy during the pandemic well I mean we just are I mean just this week or more than there are more than six billion unemployment claims this is a an all time record on top of that more than three billion last week so in two weeks we'll see ten million claims for unemployment benefits that is the sky high record shattering all previous records so I think the thought or discussion right now this marks the record is that the need is going to be more media more acute than anything that two trillion dollars in infrastructure can address I'm sure instructions nice but we are in a crisis right now people need money to pay the bills pay the rent for groceries is infrastructure projects that said take an introduction you can take a year to two years perhaps longer to get the money on the economy that takes way too long and you know they remember the lessons from the two thousand nine American recovery and reinvestment act passed under president Obama during the last financial crisis that took a long time for those benefits to matriculated in a bombing that a lot of heat for the economy taking so long to respond speak with Alex Bolton senior staff writer at the hill his pieces called trump's ambitious infrastructure vision faces Senate GOP GOP roadblocks so at this point even though infrastructure might be beneficial to members of Congress coming up for election in November phase four of a relief for stimulus bill it might be more likely at this point well if the question is what's going to be in the face for stimulus bill and Nancy Pelosi the speaker and co chairman of L. conference calls this week saying they want infrastructure would be a major major component of that space for bill now what Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says that look this this is hello C. subscribing to the attic you over Obama Kerr chief of staff Rahm Emanuel bill number never let a crisis go to waste in other words you can use the crisis to achieve policy goals that you have been able to previously the instructor kind of falls into that category now only people she bills the president this is an opportunity to get a break through something that they've long wanted immediate pressure talks going on well before the coronavirus crisis and so I just think right now we're gonna include top sellers will consider it to be wrong with it because while it there are potentially long term economic to be sure to package it really doesn't address the immediate economic fallout of this coronavirus cases which as I mentioned has created a ten million unemployment claims in two weeks what is our treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin say about all this he seems to be the go between between say the White House and Congress these days well I mean he said in a recent television interview that he's at the grocery store Richard Neal with democratic chairman of the house ways and means committee and eagle east twenty to move forward so he would like to get this done and he doesn't need to have a bit of problem debt Republicans in Congress to do what I eat all you know that during the negotiations of the packaging to truly dollar perhaps two point usually about package we'll see what the dust settles when those negotiations were going on if some Republicans were critical writing we wonder what she'd do to this plane for

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"augustus" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"augustus" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"In those days free from Caesar Augustus that all should be and all went to the everyone is and Joseph also went from this which is because he was on the house in the days to the this is why the the days she should be delivered and she brought first born son and wrapped him in swaddling clothes and in the manger the calls there was no room for them in the in the country sure nine and the I came upon and the glory of the lord shall be all which shall be to she is which is Christ the lord and this shall be the sign on and once we you heavenly host praising I'm saying I'm not good to I can't so wait this long for this I he was to remain in glory yeah the scene of his was right I a single star in the heavens and the yeah the setting was the young he log in at this stage shepherds there was no for Mary and Joseph at the end of this age no soft on he on the raise what the main Hey.

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"augustus" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"augustus" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And it came to pass in those days that that went out a decree from Caesar Augustus that all the world should be taxed I don't want to be taxed everyone into his own city and Joseph also went up from Galilee out of the city of Nazareth into Judaea unto the city of David which is called Bethlehem to be taxed with Mary his espoused wife being great with child and so what was that while they were there the days were accomplished that she should be delivered and she brought forth her firstborn son and rap in swaddling clothes and laid him in a manger because there was no room for them in the in and that was in the same country shepherds abiding in the field keeping watch over their flock by night I love the angel of the lord came upon and the glory of the lord shone round about them and they were sore afraid and the angel said on to them fan on full home I bring you good tidings of great joy which shall be to for unto you is born this day in the city of date a safe yeah which is Christ the lord and this shall be a sign unto you you shall find the Babe wrapped in swaddling clothes lying in a manger and suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host praising golf and saying glory to god in the highest and all of us peace good will toward men angels read.

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"augustus" Discussed on A.D. History Podcast

A.D. History Podcast

12:48 min | 2 years ago

"augustus" Discussed on A.D. History Podcast

"History of the world. I believe it's free thousand years. Egypt was an empire and it reached a point when another impacting gopher is it's just it's just crazy to hear no. It really is incredible. Egyptian civilizations along sweep of history accomplishes much it changes is faces in many ways over Millennia and now it's underfoot and subject to the Romans Octavian also undertakes little side earned of his own very much in the guise of not God very much in the flavor of the prescriptions listening to the advice of a of a friend and counsellor. RSD demise is quote to caesars are one too many meaning he should purge the biological son which we mentioned earlier of Julius Caesar that he had with Cleopatra and mm to guarantee that there would be no other potential political challenges to Julius Caesar and his progeny and sort of legitimacy of who should be actually succeeding him is at once again. It's one of those three Pisa power that we were talking about in the last segment purge these victories led by Octavian haven and his top military general markets Greta unite the Roman Empire under a single flag and truly and for all intents and purposes for the first first time in quite a long time and upon ultimate victory Octavian and Agrippa go back to Rome and upon their arrival the Senate elects them both as consuls mansell's and those for that are not familiar with US councils are about the highest level of power and oversight that you can have in Roman administration. Listen consoles have what was known as the power of imperium which gives consuls and those who possess that power the full effect and force of the Roman state and law by their very edict and desire and give them everything they really need to control the provinces because this is very specific to the provinces outside of Rome in certain parts of the Italian peninsula. This is effectively when he becomes print caps. I citizen and slowly begins accumulating all the power he desired probably thought was entirely necessary to accomplish what he wanted to accomplish considering so much of what he wanted to do in no undeniable way was to consolidate the empire because after all this time without debt consolidation and you can't have a proper society you can't have an economy you can't have a proper civil society political mechanisms don't work and he fully understands that and after serving for a period of a few years. Octavian makes a great show of Republican tradition and steps down from his console pose but essentially giving back power to the Senate itself. It was nothing less than a great show political theater in deference to tradition. There's really no. They look at that but he wasn't really going anywhere. He couldn't go anywhere. The situation was just too volatile. It was his greatest wish to consolidate consolidate as I mentioned and keep the peace should he have left. It's entirely likely that you would have seen other power rivals and others with similar ambitions whether it be general's troops under the command senators with deep pockets or a combination of both entering into what could then be just another vying for power and the cycle continues news so you WanNa make sure that Rome doesn't go back to square one and the military power he wielded itself made sure that matters remained remained stable because even though he's technically given back power and made this great show of deference they understand the the whip hand he has over over event almost in their entirety but Octavian understands that neither the Senate at this point nor the Roman public will accept a bald-faced dictatorship or a monarchy or anything that looks like that this was very much one of the big mistakes that Julius Caesar me made and Octavian goes a long wait to avoid doing that himself that he had to sh- had to slowly change the nature of the power struggle and ensure rule single-handedly but through the guys of Republican constitutionality and all of the structures that had had existed traditionally in the Roman Republic and at this point he also changes his his name officially from Octavian to Augusta's which translates from Latin entangle chaz revered one and intervene of Caesar's fun science fact for me looking too much into names Veasley August this is where we the name of August from just for in the always explaining Ainun them names explaining them names at this point Octavian now Augusta's has become. I'm an independent force matching the Roman state itself not only does he have the aforementioned military structure but he's just as much a financial nanteuil force as well he manages to accumulate a great deal of personal wealth both from the inheritance that he got from his adopted Stepfather Julius Julius Caesar as well as all of the booty that comes with conquering Egypt which as I mentioned earlier is really considerable and it changes so much because he then also has an immense power patronage there is even a story and this is really a classic story where Octavian Opinion Proposes Building a series of roads to the Senate and the Senate declined and basically what ends up happening is Augusta's estes finances most of that out of his own pockets and you know that's kind of a scary thing to think about if you put that in a modern context when you include that the fact that he has so much military force at his command as well moreover patronage Bison political allies keeps his military power satiated did it was incredible situation all forms so once again in a compact explanation of complicated events Augusta's undergoes what is called both the the first and second settlements with the Senate because they want to keep them around but they still need to keep up this guy's of constitutionality with him in this imprint caps I citizen role the first sediment allowed Octavian to retain his counselor post powers without actually being a console essentially neither no neither send nor the Roman people would have him go so for the benefit of appearance and constitutionality the Senate made agust a proconsul for a period of ten years he retained his power of imperium and gave him complete control over proconsul that are covering proconsul or provinces and this is kind of an an interesting little twists since pro consular provinces of course being governed by pro councils are generally the more troublesome and volatile provinces NSA's of the empire. There's usually a greater military force there than you would see another places hence it puts all that underneath the dictatorial and largely discretion of Octavian and adds that military power on top of what he already has and the great great constitutional compromise still trying to keep up this guy's he then gives the Senate control over Praetorian provinces which are controlled old by pray tours in doing that the reason why is Praetorian provinces are far more stable and they have far less military due due to the lack of necessity so the Senate gets that and it has the appearance of a constitutional compromise but for anybody anybody that has is to see at this point. It's very very clear that Augusta's has much bigger plans for the role in addition to that and this is another another very interesting point. Agus has also had immediate allies who possess the power of Tribune Tribune was a power granted to the top member of the assembly who could call them into session and of course they were elected by the plea Byan class they could call them into session and they also had a veto power as well and having that Political Cardi gave Augusta's far more direct legal control over the clearly larger plea in numbers the numbers in their class and control over them legally and directly in the second settlement. The most notable change was augustus formerly assuming the power of Tribune Tribune himself so he gets rid of the Middle Man. You don't need a proxy any more more or less giving him full control over the Roman state so now August is really getting to the point where e he has this bring casserole. He has so much of the power he wants but he begins considering issues that relate to succession and there's a lot of characters who come and go but the first person who came up and this is more of a matter of age is actually the son of his second wife called Tiberius. Tiberius was a military general he spent about twenty two years on the northern Roman provinces of drain has a fair amount of success there but he's a very different character than we're used to when it comes to Augusta's because he's not a politician he's very very much a military man and his is kind of a sad story when you get to this point because in order for this to properly work augustus basically commands that Tiberius divorce his first first and current wife whom he loved and Mary his daughter Yulia you know and this is a very this is a terrible situation because those two are a match may from from Hell and he doesn't like her and she's really really know better to him whatsoever. It's it's really terrible terrible. He didn't like his wife and something I find interesting with this. We took our history normally full of such vibrant characters if insulate your likes people use their words really off of articulate amazing people Caesar Ziza. A CICERO comes to mind very elegant ray charming good talking so person and tie babies. We ever really different kind of character. Ed Ed wonder either POPs up in room issue that often yes yes yeah now. There's no question about that so the other thing that happens as well Augusta's also has two grandchildren that began raising in profile in terms of his desire for succession succession when the time comes and in the case of Tiberius having to divorce his first wife is a big issue. There's a story maybe apocryphal that even a a officer had to be assigned to his first wife to keep them away from Tiberius because they understand exactly how Tiberius feels yes and her effect on him but he sees these two and he begins seeing them as the true successor that even if he does end up taking power or it's going to be in a custodial role where he's basically keeping the seat warm until one or two of them have matured already to enter public life in that role however however in fact both of them die in two and four eighty respectively but between the two desired grandchildren and then being forced to marry a woman he loathes e- ends up going into self imposed exile on the Isle of Roads. I can't even make this up so when we begin looking further into Tiberius and we get to the point where we're looking at succession at fourteen eighty when Octavian has him on on his deathbed even though the other choices are no longer particularly in the running and obviously he's been in self-imposed exile for a time now this is not a real problem for Augusta us the reason why is because for the most part he trusts Tiberius to know that the order of the day is consolidation and that held very very properly follow through on that so when Tiberius does come to Rome on this particular occasion has definitely plays he has no love for whatsoever and he comes to the Senate and they approach him and ask him to fill this first citizen role based on the wishes of Augusta's to succeed him..

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"augustus" Discussed on A.D. History Podcast

A.D. History Podcast

13:40 min | 2 years ago

"augustus" Discussed on A.D. History Podcast

"For the first time I'm bringing us to Rome proper and we are at fourteen. Ad On the deathbed of Augusta's and it said that his last words words were and there are several interpretations from Latin but I think this is the best one in this dark comedy. We call life have I. I played my role. Well is a very interesting and controversial question although not entirely unexpected and in the case of Augustus when you consider when he came into public life had roughly eighteen or nineteen years old between what would be two major Roman civil wars in a very very short period and how he managed to accumulate power and bring consolidation peace peace and stability to the empire despite the fact the way he did that not corresponding with the best values and customs of Roman Republicanism and democracy accuracy. You have to imagine that the answer is yes. He did inasmuch as this episode is about Tiberius. You cannot understand Tiberius or any Roman emperor that follows Augusta's his without understanding how August this came to power how he ruled how he accumulated power and ultimately how he shaped the role role for every single emperor in perpetuity for the Roman Empire unto the end of Rome itself but before we go any further Patrick get something of a misnomer to call Octavian later Augusta's emperor. That's Kinda putting a modern conception on the role that didn't the existence at the time and he didn't call himself that in fact no one in that role called themselves at or referred to that in any way prior to to the beginning of the second century in fact they went by the moniker print caps which is translated as for citizen. You know basically communicating the concept disingenuous are otherwise as a first among equals in fact the term emperor is a Roman military moniker. You're which was imperative which was given to a celebrated and victorious Roman General. But ultimately that was not how how they understood that position at that time but Augusta's at now where I will for currently as Octavian was the longest serving person in that print caps Roldan later emperor remaining in power effectively parts of five decades and there was a very good reason in for this in fact for even as a young man at eighteen or nineteen years old throwing into the charnel house of High Roman politics. He understood politics and especially especially the politics of the time far better than most anybody else. Could I certainly better than his contemporary allies and rivals because in truth he was a master of politics and later. We'll see very clearly that Tiberius was anything but that but ultimately in our as he is concerned who exactly was octavian later. Augusta's Octavian was the great grand nephew of the Guy s Julius Caesar Caesar yes that Julius Caesar the guy. He's on the front of Fuel Protocols Holding smartphone right now no no that's the Roman emperor no one's ever heard rid of Caesar auto of Cool Sir. No no that's one for you. Star Trek Deep Space Nine fans in the audience seriously will put a image comparison later on in social social media and you'll see what we mean. It's the same Julius Caesar that notably crosses the Rubicon the same Julius Caesar that created the first so-called first triumvirate which is basically a gentlemen's agreement with no legality and it was a coup and he's the same Julius Caesar that was assassinated on the is the march. He's the One Who would stab by conspirator senators including the fame Bruce. Thank you very much William Shakespeare and it was also nearly bungled in fact. It was a total total mess. The senators were looking to return senatorial rule to the republic because after winning the first romance of a war Julius issues are ended up basically crowning himself dictator for life and they want to get away from that just like they wanted to get away from what was effectively poppy as the dictator before Julius Caesar but they had a really big problem when it came to taking out Julius Caesar they had no idea how the Roman Republic Lick would react to that because in truth. Julius Caesar was actually very very popular at the time especially among lower classes of Romans. I know the reason in in many many respects he'd had many reforms that included redistribution of wealth especially in terms of land in hard currency and on top of that Julius Caesar also had a very very strong indeed fanatically loyal military followings from the Legions Legion that alternately led him to power of course it wasn't enough to save him but it certainly was there and so now that he was dead had he had a final will and testament and most important part of a witch named his successor which was his great nephew Octavian and he had definitely had other children but none that were really particularly right bore dynastic rule in fact he even had a son with Cleopatra the seventh the same clear Patrick seventh it will go on to let's say intimately collaborate with Mark Antony in fact Cleopatra will also also in Rome during the ides of March one of Julius Caesar's villas but of course when he's assassinated she flees for very obvious reasons but when Octavian arrives on the Italian peninsula eighteen or nineteen years old and here's the news that Julius Caesar is dead and he's named his successor the very first thing we he does this and we talked about this last time. Patrick is as was his right as his also adopted son which made the succession far far more fluid at at least in Julius Caesar's is Octavian assumes the name Gayus Julius Caesar. Now that's really fascinating is incredibly ably politically adept because Octavian essentially recognizes the power that is adopted father now the late Julius Caesar still still holds with a large fortune in the room Roman public in addition to the fact that he knows there are most certainly is going to be animosity against those who conspired heard and successfully managed to stab him to death in addition to that Octavian gets a really really wonderful prize which is shortly after Julius Caesar is murdered. They actually make decree basically stating that Julius Caesar was divine. This is something that's going to happen a lot more later on when we're talking the print caps role and emperors who follow simply because it was usually a a sign of how popular a a print caps and later emperor when they died but they could be given it could also be taken away. It's very interesting but it's really really helpful Octavian because basically makes him not just the name successor of Julius Caesar but it also makes him the son and appointed air to a God and that is incredibly powerful politically and culturally in the empire which most certainly accepts that as something of extreme value so here we begin to see the very initial framework for how Octavian begins to create this Britain caps and later emperor emperor roll through these slow gradual highwire high power political machinations and in a sense he begins by creating this role is also changing Rome from the republic that it was to the emperor the empire the Roman Empire and and very much secretive one man dynastic rule that will end up taking it to the very end of its days but when we're talking about this and and Octavian is very much aware of this in Roman political parlance whether you're talking to a an everyday Roman on the street or you're talking to a Roman politician there is one four letter words you can never use. Do you know what that word is. King Yeah King. I'M GONNA be talking about once. You've you told your story. I'm definitely dove into the Romans monarchy because it's it's a fascinating little world himself out of and then got himself back into no don't is absolutely incredible and I look forward to that but following the murder of Caesar there was a credible political fallout between a a conspirator assassins and what would become known as the second triumvirate the second ver was a faction that consisted of Octavian Marcus Lapidus and once again mark entity into are vying for power they entered a military coalition and Struggle Against the conspirator hitter senators once again the most notable one being brutus their coalition against these conspirators conclude successfully at the battle of Philip by which today is roughly flee what we'd be considered in Modern Day Macedonia and upon the second triumvirate victory the three coalition leaders but the Roman world into effectively three military dictatorships Octavian gets Hispania and gets goal which is awfully fitting given all the Julius Caesar did to Conquer and tame aim goal Marcus Lapidus basically what gets with a call Roman Africa which is today the northern most coastal regions of Libya Libya and Tunisia runs from SARANAC almost slightly past Tunis and Mark Antony gets the east which is a really really big deal because he focuses his power in Egypt. You makes his cab his capital Alexandria which is where the power in Egypt had been under Ptolemaic rule and with Cleopatra the seventh and also includes a great deal of wealth so at that point in time. It really looks like of the three of them that Mark Antony is the initial winner here but clearly that's not the case or certainly will not remain as such so to shore up all of their gains all three of them undertake undertake what is called the proscriptions. The prescriptions are a very very nasty political purge where on their are extra legal authority. They basically on their orders. Get rid of any potential rivals that could theoretically oppose them again and in the future in fact this is how Cicero met his fate on the orders of Mark Antony yet as soon as this triumvirate is settled the three beginning fighting each other it was never a stable or realistic arrangement especially when you stop and think about it and the ambitions of alter cleared anyone who has is to see in a a compact explanation of complicated events Octavian using the military he's developed which in fact is mostly at least initially composed of so much of Julius Caesar fanatically loyal legions that brought him to power in addition to the fact he also inherited a a great deal of wealth from Julius Caesar so he's able to not just say she stay. She hit them with the booty of victory but he also has extremely deep pockets doc. It's as well and they're going to get deeper in fact but octavian the first one to move on the other two because he figures that as soon as they find it practicable and they get their their first with a blood. They're gonNA turn on him. You Know How could you think otherwise right octavian defeats Lepres and most notably defeated Mark Antony and Cleopatra at the famous Masui battle at axiom after which Antony falls on his sword when they retreat committing suicide and Cleopatra the seventh legendarily poisons herself with a snake bite it effectively ends the Ptolemaic rule of Egypt which had been going on since pretty much the death of Alexander the Great about three hundred or so years prior to this point a little less than that in fact and it formally brings Egypt into the Roman Empire and in doing so it accumulates so so much of the wealth that was any gyp it was clearly being mismanaged by Ptolemaic rulers at that point in time and it also has an incredibly audibly advantageous geopolitical location especially when you consider that it's going to be one of the bread basket of the empire and there are great economic links especially by sea for trade between Egypt and India of course would be very much in a way to aggrandize end enrich the Roman empire -at's yeah that that's just show the power or KVM because Egypt two way empire on the longest lasting empires on the.

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"augustus" Discussed on A.D. History Podcast

A.D. History Podcast

08:42 min | 2 years ago

"augustus" Discussed on A.D. History Podcast

"All right that if you look at the map Shang Province so where it was going originally was in the northernmost portion of Shang Dong. It actually actually diverted completely south of that province its distance is a distance of roughly two hundred and seventy nine nine miles and if your listeners. WanNa get a good way to visualize that imagine the Mississippi River decided to go up and have a wild weekend in Kansas City. That's the kind of thing we're talking about. That's the level of disaster. It's a level of disaster that would even still be difficult for us today to handle Okudaira and this sort of thing happens a great deal obviously some of its natural some of it is man made but the most infamous incident a a weapon housing the Yellow River was during the Japanese invasion of China after the Marco Polo Bridge incident and Chenggong. I check chose to destroy some of the dykes on the Yellow River to stop the Japanese advance and in doing so a AH estimated eight hundred thousand people died and more than four million were displaced now think about that. That's the kind of thing that they deal with. When it comes to the Yellow River edition the fact that it almost always floods naturally because of all the silt builds up it makes it a very unpredictable piece of territory despite its importance and that's the thing with this it will so unpredictable and is not even one monks full. Anyone could have been a emperor at this time and they would have to deal with this. He was just fighting something so out of his control there was nothing he could have done about the change in the yellow belly river and that's. I guess that would be like an you could look if that didn't happen. One might be more successful. He might be more remembered in history is just one of these swings. We don't know no. It's absolutely impossible to down but I'm looking at margin long and we're beginning to learn more about the man he was was on the whole it is in many ways something of a cautionary tale because he decided to basically up route in early futile society and redistricting assets across the board and of course he lost the kind of support that they needed and in addition to that he also had to deal with the absolute it disaster naturally that occurred in which is kind of interesting because water is not very very big problem in modern China but yeah if we're going to compare him to a socialist of course the other great and great not immoral context very very much in a stature context. I have have no love or sympathy for Mao whatsoever. Well the thing that here's the irony about it so there's a school of thought that believes one of the reasons why he want to enact these reforms was be head was to do with certain beliefs in Confucianism. Yes yes yes. That's that's always full to be that he wanted to follow Confucianism Very strictly in his times emperor yet you compare him to Mao Zedong and the historic irony of courses that Wong Mung perhaps enacted these reforms due to a very strong belief in Confucianism and then his you know let's let's just say idealogical. I ancestor then comes back almost two thousand years later launches the Cultural Revolution which one of the hallmarks was was of course targeting Confucianism are interesting. Yes it's like. WHOA long fully say devoutly as much as we can compare one. Now Mao had the complete opposite opinion of Confucianism too. It's like it's like an alternate. Take on one if we had the socially slight days but without Confucianism we get now unless I'm mistaken putting aside any sort of death or injury that occurred heard due to the diversion of the Yellow River which was out of their control. I could be wrong but I get the feeling that under one among the body count wasn't nearly as high no no compared to mouse. Many body counts a as high as those highs mouths especially compared to his body count. Yes and it's also interesting how quickly this fell apart on him and how he when he became emperor he didn't keep that part of him. That was you know keenly savvy in regards to politics playing the political game in order to further his as a vision. It's almost like he abandoned it. It releases an like Sean. Spicer is before becoming emperor. We have this really cunning guy. Hi this guy. He really manipulate what his way in the background. I maybe maybe he just saw realized I'm here now. I can do whatever I want and he didn't really he. He's abandoned that policies mind that policies being just went. I'm here now. Let's do would I want to do. This is offered to turn of how he acts. Before emperor and Harry acts as IMPR- and like I said in his later years you bonkers he went absolutely and say. Neil's like is blitzing drugs or the time. I was obsessive like magic. It's a whole different person. Yup I it certainly appears that way and the other thing that was really incredible about this is in terms of when he fell in the military aspect of my research is correct in terms of men fighting fighting men. He actually had a three to one advantage. Yes over the forces that ultimately did Jami and they still couldn't they soon can defeat the rebels known the rebels ultimately ended up seizing the capital and they ended up going over the wall and of course. We know how'd that happen next. That's well. Luckily luckily this very wholesome. podcast is rated e deeper explicit yes yes of course that's why we have it there but just to give the audience an idea of what we're trying to do here at eighty history so the other day. I was in a bookshop could waterstones which have they like. England Bond Noble and I opened an us into war history section. WHO's also get book for Research and there's a book about Chinese history of a UN. I come in handy up a new. I wanted to go and I sole. I went to pop out the Hun Dynasty and within the chapter up to the Han Dynasty was just a couple of paragraphs about Wong Mung his time as emperor so I just I just what I was really interesting being compared to the debt we're going into here compared to like a book about Chinese history and he had a couple of paragraphs on him and I appreciate in that and what we're trying to do this book. I just really need explanation of how finally we won't go history here. I completely concur in one of the EH. When it comes to history this is true across the world. Most people are interested in the history of their own people their own country their own sweep of civilization and certainly here in America. There are very few people that would be able to identify who long long was or have much to say about the Han Dynasty or first century China. I was one of them before research this yeah and he has far as I can tell point Patrick. It seems like we may be the most people maybe the people have talked about this fellow mojos. That's generally available at the moment like one moung Zomba's. Yes for better or worse but I have every intention of keeping all of my appendages and to be devoured by no it's my tongue is stayed in my mouth and no one else's no goodness goodness. I'll I'll tell you what Patrick this has been a very very interesting and worthwhile exploration of part of Chinese history and world history that is just not available in significant different digestible way but if it comes to power politics and dynasty and power and struggle. You'RE GONNA get.

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"augustus" Discussed on A.D. History Podcast

A.D. History Podcast

13:00 min | 2 years ago

"augustus" Discussed on A.D. History Podcast

"Also urged his fellow countryman to maintain these old habits and wanted him to stay and bucks at least they lost to this day and fundamentally he full that everyone we want was born on and good and remains deep within them today on. It's quite hard to imagine that we some people apparently everyone has a little bit good in them so and it was sort of days that's for one one lead hockey lead and you can see it like giving land to everyone. Make sure everyone can live peacefully together together. If everyone has the same amount of land they wouldn't be arguing. Oh I've got moreland. You've got Moreland so it is understandable to see why people would think this but also so it's a for he run things very confucianist early because he wanted to go back to the time of the dynasty and the Zhao Tennessee were much older a dynasty in China would be very prosperous. Chinese goods like the good old days if that makes sense of legendary dynasty that ruled really amazingly amazingly in wild and they were confucianists so one monk for hey five on things confucianist Hopefully we might be as good as Zhao Dynasty wa so that's what wanted as emperor that the changes he made to China and like I said this is a tale of two Hoff's as emperor. It's what he did and how it ended so about one month's later years as ruler of China and it's believed that he's of what restlessly he was always working there reports that he spent his collapse over his desk. You've been working all day and night and he just Bush just collapsed like that. It's even for he went a little crazy towards the end of his time. One historian whose name has left my mind right now really thinks he might even and spent a large amount this time a high of some sort of narcotic that they had enjoyed the time perhaps opium as we mentioned earlier and he even sought to delve into the domestic side of the world like he brought magicians to his palace and wanted to see their spells. Veasley disley would've entailed if he would have been pulling a rabbit out of the hat like we see now or if these people actually have actual magic though a more inclined to think as much like magic we see today and fundamentally. This was a very very different man to man introduced you guys to exit one. He's very smart and honorable by now the power had got to him which is quite sad. Little I guess we told by the loss episode houses the challenges of achieving power and Maintaining Power and wo won Monkhood Monkhood achieve it looks like he struggled to maintain it for show up and of course this comes into play the end of his reign and spoilers his death in his elementary loss episode his empire dies with him and this started to unrest the people in China and they wanted the to revive the Han Dynasty and this is due to the mandate from heaven which talk about a bit later on pool. I believe and Monday from heaven was Someone who was given it to rule over China from heaven a mandate from heaven as the explains and it was very changeable some people had it some people it didn't you could get it off your life and you could lose as well and we'll talk about that more bit more down the line so this letter peasants hasn't forming factions who wanted to overthrow him most notably a group of people direct eyebrows what would browse. I'm not too short to fund name. Maybe like they had read I browse as they use warpaint and these peasant uprising sorta began and defeated songs a huge armies and but fulfill Tober twenty free like I said we're going to be going over the twenty bracket exit make sense. These rebels broke into the capital and the people in the city joined them. They didn't fight back. They were like we're in your side. We can a- truncated as well and they will sit and fight to the city and fighting Wong's men and one metro to defend him but just these rebels were too strong and in one final crazed attempt he uses magic check with fences which I think went to woke his hate set by taxing magic exists well that exists. It's not magic and clearly not meant for the human experience. a one took the time just waiting in his palace. I think he knew his time was up. US defeated and he will probably would just stayed up there watching the world burned down in front of him which would really suck dyke like. I said it's hot with one. You almost feel sympathy for him here. He had tried a edges looks like he was in Kosovo power. Oh as much as he thought he was so the rebels eventually found him in his palace and they killed him but they didn't just kill him. A squeamish might want to just take the headphones out from the minute they decapitated him toyed body apart and they kept the soldiers and rebels kept puff his body a souvenir as an in one fun lack they cut out his tongue and ate it and I looked into cannibalism in a Chinese history and it doesn't it seemed to be a thing they tooken that often so that's quite the example to see that they ate his tongue and of course this led to the hunted tasty being reformed and this ended one -mongst time as a two. That's one monks story. It's an interesting one. It really is an IT opens up so many questions which pool. I'm sure you have some foamy. Here's an interesting place to start so naturally you can't ignore the part of the story story that just sticks out above all the rest and that is what appears at least in form as some form of pro socialism something that happened a good. Oh I don't know like almost eight one two thousand eight hundred and fifty years before the communist manifesto something like that yeah so that was one of the things I wrote down here. The Communist manifesto was published in eighteen forty eight to this is over a thousand years before yet that was even a thing which is crazy and of course looks like we said China have quite a history with socialism and communism and this is probably phrase. We're going to be saying quite often and I. It's a famous quote I am. I can't remember who said initially those you don't learn from history a doomed to repeat it is just you see a hey you see you see someone trying to trying to communities and not working out well well from my perspective when I'm looking at this and while you can't deny nine many of the major similarities I I am very I am very careful to to put those tags on it because they're they're very much. A you know a Western philosophy that came out of a very different time and place you know while mum never saw child labor in factories you know he never ever ever conceived of the idea in all likelihood of commoner. Labor collectively bargaining these these are some of the issues that that come around in in the in the socialist US socialist and communist thrust I into the twentieth century but what I find interesting and you get began looking into how this was affecting his people. The first thing that is very noticeable is he was going after the the high elite class every bit it as he was trying to affect his subjects ones. There were peasants city-dwellers. It didn't matter to him. Everybody was kind of on that level playing field and as far as an this he definitely he definitely made clearly a lot of enemies from the very privileged class who are clearly early lumping it right now in a way they're not ready to accept and you and I as we did an episode one. There's always that question about how power is accumulated. How does exercised and in this situation? Mrs where it's interesting. There's called the three PS when it comes comes to governing and specifically in this way given the nature of Chinese society at the time they say there are three things especially especially when you have complete one man rule. It's often been said that a government doesn't fall when the common people rise up it falls when when the noble elites abandoned them and they say there are three ways and a situation that where it's one man rule in which you can govern and manage just to keep that support their three PS versus politics second is privilege and the third is perch and in this case he certainly wasn't doing the second privilege was most certainly very much penalized in his dynasty and it seems unlikely that based on the policies that he was implementing. It didn't sound like he had too many the elites onboard for how he viewed the world or his vision of Xin Dynasty China at the time and well. Maybe you could tell me a little bitter about purge that he did to his own son but in this case he definitely definitely violated all three and on top of that the bronze coins were definitely not well received because many cases inland they read eyebrows certainly were a part of this was it was in fact taking from wealth and then they were hurting for it and on top of that then you have what happened at the Yellow River and so it's very it's obviously very difficult to understand why exactly he did this. You can't deny how much it sticks out but he was he was also very ideologically driven in a way that he most certainly wasn't in his rise to power and I find that very very fascinating and so do I you saying is g wasn't present in his. He's rise to power like when I research became a emperor. It was no talk about this. proto-socialist moves as as we've up there it just seem to come out the moment he took over and as it is absolutely fascinating. Yes it definitely is but there's the other part of this equation as well the the equation that they can't control and that of course is the Yellow River now. There's probably quite a few people that are listening into this podcast that may not exactly be up on their geography of China and that's okay. I believe it is the sixth longest river in the world is definitely one vitally important in China so I must be pretty big and it essentially flows from what we would call today up Inner Mongolia Ghalia and then out into the Yellow Sea but something that's really important for our listeners to realize is this was not some freak occasion within recorded history. The Yellow River has made a transformation from its traditional positioning as much as fifteen hundred times. I'll give you a wonderful example of this because the yellow the Yellow River has dictated so much of the history history of China that you actually have to look into to see what it's all about because obviously Wong most certainly was hurt by this and on top of that throughout Chinese History History Chinese leaders have weaponized the Yellow River a great deal. We're GONNA get to that in a moment see that. This is a really cool so in eleven twenty eight the song armies from the song dynasties breached they breached southern dykes on the Yellow River to weaponize it because they they were trying to they were in combat and they were making a advance in the other direction which isn't a very nice way of saying they're on the back foot and in this case ace the Yellow River diverted again because of this causing it to divert south of Shang Dong.

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"augustus" Discussed on A.D. History Podcast

A.D. History Podcast

14:33 min | 2 years ago

"augustus" Discussed on A.D. History Podcast

"Di Costanzo and I am joined by my co host Patrick Foot. Who Have you been doing you know Patrick. It's the middle of August and it has been blistering here in the northeast but not today today is in the low seventies. It's beautiful fill out and you and I are inside recording yeah well. I'm on the opposite end of that spectrum. It's awful outside. We've had a really really rubbish weather. Eh Radio Obvious Weber in August this year. It's really sad because last summer was beautiful here in England and I spent the majority of a cost the my arm so I can really fully enjoy it so get and the weather is awful. Now is unhappy to be inside well that it makes one of us but in any case very few things that I enjoy more than recording eighty history and specifically what we have in line for today yeah because there's Patrick you are going to go into a place with long that I think has a very strong possibility to blow a lot of people's minds. It certainly did for us yet. This absolutely blew my mind and what's lucky about this. Is it so more or less perfectly fits of the structure of our podcast so one one to ten eighty one survey rungs rise to power whereas eleven to twenty eighty it more or less end. I mean actually ends in twenty eight but we'll go over just a little bit for this one because it wouldn't make sense ended twenty a d. It makes most end at twenty three so yes so if you haven't listened to the first episode I personally would really recommend gay Mac listening to it my intention. This podcast is for it to be like one continues being listened from the beginning fifties dipping from now. I'm going to fill you guys in briefly on what we talked about in the last episode. Where would I talked about anyway. Lake Patrick Right before we begin. I think this is the right time to finally introduced the highly anticipated and entirely necessary. Ad History History podcast ground rules take.

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Chicago, Thirty-seven-year-old Herath Augusta and Eric Garner discussed on Mike Gallagher

Mike Gallagher

04:36 min | 3 years ago

Chicago, Thirty-seven-year-old Herath Augusta and Eric Garner discussed on Mike Gallagher

"And brutalizes because we built Disney History that's what they've been doing okay there's no question you can brutalize people just because you're protesting people protested the Chicago police responded by releasing. The body Cam footage of the shooting more. Coverage from ABC this Chicago lions against racism and political oppression United with black lives matter are planning a protest tonight at six o'clock. At seventy I and Jeffrey to demand Justice for Thirty-seven-year-old Herath Augusta's calling for a civilian police accountability council chosen by the people. To investigate instead of the city's civilian office of police accountability, we want these things investigated because we know that the police you know Amac amac clean on these issues that they. Have a duty record CPT released body camera video yesterday Augusta's was stopped by police who believed he had a gun the video shows. What appears to be a handgun and clip talked into Augusta's pants then moments after police approach him the video shows Augusta's walking. Into the street appearing to reach for the weapon in his, pants okay The video, is not entirely clear but if he isn't reaching for his. Gun it's hard to understand what he's doing I mean it's and by the way. Does he have a clip at, eight gun in his pants he certainly does that I think anybody looking at this video can. See The final clip, from. ABC news on the shooting we're not trying to hide anything we're not trying to fluff. Anything the video speaks for itself, meanwhile the coalition for new Chicago is planning, an act of civil disobedience in a. Business district, to be named the time, also being kept secret so they say no so they can? Try to stop the. Effort and they're calling on the mayor to resign What I hate to see everybody is that it In other incidents like this will occur is that we have another McDonald. Cover. Up because mayor Emanuel wants to win office okay where is there a cover? Up when they have released the body camera footage I don't know if there is. More footage if there is that would be useful Gusta says being described says he was a barber who went by the name snoop. The barber say Gloria range, according to Chicago sun times, she told, the newspaper that she saw the confrontation and, said that it began when an officer told? Augustus that he wasn't allowed to sell loose cigarettes you may remember that was, the same problem, in New. York City, with, Eric garner he was selling loose cigarettes, which she did a lot which is of course, against the law by the way why are they enforce that law so. Carefully because all of our cities now depend a lot on the taxes on tobacco which is, terrible terrible pattern it say look I think it's smart to tax cigarettes highly to try to discourage people. From. Using them but it ends up being a tax on people who can't afford? It and it makes the government very dependent on the tobacco industry in any event She said that Augusta said I'm not selling any cigarettes and then, the situation escalated according to both the body camera and the. Eyewitness footage he Got involved there four officers, who are shown approaching him and it was a female officer who reached for his arm and then he started to. Struggle, against the female officer and then he was running away? With, his gun. Pretty visible and and looked like he was reaching for his gun. Now is it a terrible, thing that the police Sean. Him yeah it is but here's another headline from the Chicago Sun-Times same period of, time Eight people? Were, shot Sunday. Three of them fatally within a twenty four hour period across Chicago The last fatal shooting claimed the. Life of a twenty one year old on the west side Austin neighborhood about eight twenty. Pm two men were standing on the sidewalk in the forty nine hundred block of west Adams, when three males got out of a blanket SUV and opened fire Okay Here's here's the basic..

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Migrants disembark in Sicily after EU sharing plan reached

PBS NewsHour

04:37 min | 3 years ago

Migrants disembark in Sicily after EU sharing plan reached

"In, the day's other news a federal judge in San Diego ordered a temporary halt to deporting migrant families that were separated and then reunited the, American Civil Liberties union ask for a delay of, at, least, a week saying quote, mass deportations were imminent ACLU. Officials welcomed. Today's move The judge that. Is that they should continue with. Reunifications even if the parent has a removal order and this way the parent and the. Child will have some time to talk over whether the child should, stay in the country to fight their immigration is still the. Trump administration oppose, the ruling it is under a court order deadline to reunite was in twenty five hundred older children with their. Parents by July twenty sixth migrants are still arriving in Europe by the, hundreds from Africa about four hundred and fifty were allowed to disembark in Sicily today, after six European Union nations agreed to take them in Italy had refused to let the ships dock over the weekend elsewhere Spanish crews rescued, nearly four hundred eighty migrants at sea over the, weekend, nearly, seventeen thousand have made. It to Spain this year One of the European Union leaders appealed to the US to Russia and China. Today to preserve world order by preventing trade wars European Council president Donald, tusk spoke at a summit with Chinese leaders in Beijing Common beauty of Europe and China America and Russia Not to throw this old butts to improve it Not to start. Trade deals about two gravely. And, responsive Louis poem the rules based international order Meanwhile China complained to the World Trade Organization about a US threat of tariffs on another. Two hundred billion dollars worth of imports from China in turn the, US complained, to the WTO about retaliation by China the, EU Canada, and others for earlier tariffs in Syria state news media. And. Activists report is rarely. Airstrikes hit near Aleppo overnight nine people were killed the target appeared to be an airbase used. By Iran's revolutionary guard in support of Syrian forces it would be, the latest in a series of such Isreaeli attacks hundreds of. People protested in Nicaragua's capital today against a government crackdown twelve more people died over the, weekend as police and paramilitaries attack activists at university And roadblocks some three hundred have died. In. The last three months. As the government used force to quash dissent protesters in Chicago are turning out again tonight over. The police killing of a black man on Saturday late Sunday police, released body camera footage that showed Harris Augustus with a holster. Gun at his hip and apparently reaching toward it the chiefs at officers had to react These things happen a split second and officers, have to make decisions quickly. They don't have the luxury of looking at video later. New CD video you know you you take, a look at it and you you. Come to your own conclusion there, is no sound on the body Cam video and activists are calling for police to release other footage of the shooting Saudi Arabia. Today ban dozens of video games that it says lead children to harm themselves they include. Versions of assassin's creed and grand theft auto there have been reports that two young Saudis a boy. And a girl committed suicide after playing a social media game the blue whale challenge is said to. Urge players to perform various tasks and then take their own, lives on Wall Street today energy stocks, sagged after the price of oil tumbled and that weighed on the broader market the Dow Jones industrial average managed to gain forty. Five points to close at twenty five Five thousand sixty four but the NASDAQ fell twenty points and yes and p. five hundred slipped three and, in France hundreds of thousands. Of people celebrated Sunday's victory over Croatia in the World. Cup finals vast throng packed the fame shos, Elysee in Paris to greet the new. World champions of soccer team showed, off the trophy from top a double decker bus still to come on the news hour our politics Monday team gauges the fallout. From President Trump's statements on Russia a new documentary takes us inside the.

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Poland, Spain and Portugal discussed on Midday on WNYC

Midday on WNYC

02:27 min | 3 years ago

Poland, Spain and Portugal discussed on Midday on WNYC

"A house for a while by the police and then escorted back to managua he's he's he said by the conference to be okay now america's edison now more of what's happening in the world with debbie there's been a second day of street protests in chicago over the fatal police shooting of a black man body cam footage has been released by police sharing the confrontation between the victim and officers before he's shot thirty seven year old harris augustus appears to reach for a gun and he's waistband demonstrators believe the incident was racially motivated at a news conference chicago police superintendent eddie johnson encourage people to see the video and decide for themselves it is what it is you know we're not trying to hide anything we're not trying to fluff anything the video speaks for itself i don't need to narrate that video for you when you see it you know you come to y'all conclusions about what happened the authorities in the syrian town of men bridge say the last members of the kurdish y pg militia have left the local arab militia controlling the towns said the white pg had withdrawn military advisers who helped to train local forces the wipe e g is a member of the syrian democratic forces the kurdish arab alliance that defeated the islamic state group in syria turkey considers the way pg to be an extension of the outlawed kurdistan workers party the pk k and has demanded its withdrawal from northern syria italy has allowed four hundred and fifty migrants who have picked up from an overcrowded boat on saturday to disembark in sicily the decision was taken after italy said that france germany mortar portugal and spain had agreed to take fifty migrants each to hungarian tourists have admitted trying to steal bricks from the ruins of a crematorium at the site of the former nazi death camp outfits birkenau in poland they were spotted on saturday stuffing the bricks into a bag the tourists were each fined four hundred dollars and given a one year suspended prison sentence for theft of a cultural asset and london's national gallery is facing legal action from twenty seven expert guides who claimed they've been unfairly dismissed one of them has worked there for more than forty years his david silica the national gallery says this is just a reorganization all of being offered the chance to apply for a new job and says their contract states they were freelances the educators disagree saying they were employees tax through payasyouearn with.

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Police officer, bystander shot, killed in Weymouth; suspect in custody

Kim Komando

01:46 min | 3 years ago

Police officer, bystander shot, killed in Weymouth; suspect in custody

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