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"earliest expressions" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"You know, let's not forget that you had Hillary Clinton referring to some Trump voters as a basket of deplorables. Well, just last week, she said they were raising their hands like Nazis at a rally. I mean, she's wearing a black leather jacket, not a good look. But here's my question for you because I think the phenomena of the rejection of the elite is a transatlantic one. You look at Brexit. You look at maloney, you look at president Trump. Is the attitude we just witnessed in those two cuts branded. Is it just the elite? Is it just the urban elite or do left wing voters actually believe this kind of garbage as well? I think a lot of left wing voters do believe it and Britain is a good is a good example because the fight we had over Brexit was just extraordinary and Brexit was really one of the earliest expressions of populism. We're seeing a lot of democratic populism around the world. I think maloney is part of that. Trump was part of that. What's happened in Sweden recently with a very big vote for the Sweden Democrats was part of that too. Brexit was an early expression of it. And I was really shocked by how many people in the elites and how many left wing voters I know were saying let's stop Brexit from happening. This was the largest democratic vote in the history of the United Kingdom. More people voted for Brexit than have ever voted for anything in this country since we got the franchise. And yet they wanted to prevent it from happening. So when I saw Sam Harris speaking in that anti democratic authoritarian way, it did make me think of the elites war on Brexit and their determination to stop populism in its tracks. I think populism is a good thing because it's ordinary people holding the old establishment to account and saying we want our interests represented for a change. Yeah, the way that they've managed to make the word populism pejorative. Populism means it's popular. I thought that's the kind of point of represented democracy..
"earliest expressions" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed
"These types of social order correspond to two contrasting cradles of civilization. These two cradles are areas of origin for two different kinds of civilization that reflect two different world views and corresponding lifestyles. The differences between these two places of origin seem to originate in ecology. According to the explanation the environment of the northern cradle was harsh colder relatively infertile lacking in opportunities for agriculture adaptation to this environment produce a series of cultural slash social characteristics among them. Aggressiveness individualism the predominance of meat in the diet and monogamy. There were other characteristics but they will be discussed more thoroughly along with deeper elaboration of the apps theory in subsequent chapters. It is interesting to note however that the app is arguing against european interpretations of batra fan. Morgan and ingles concerning the origins of quote unquote mother right and positioning. Our focus here is on religion and according to the up the nomadic and transient nature of the lifestyle of the ancient indo european had some interesting effects and this existence which was reduced to a series of perpetual migrations d- economic role of the woman was reduced to a strict minimum. She was only a burden in that the man dragged behind him outside her function of childbearing her rolling nomadic societies nil it is from these considerations that our newest one nation may be sought to account for a lot of the woman in indo european society. This devaluation of the female role was incorporated into their religious practices. Among the no man's who had no permanent residents cremation took press precedence over burial and fire which gave much needed warmth in a land with little director. close sunlight was quote unquote worshiped fire. Rituals can still be witnessing some european communities. See james fraser's the golden bough. New york mentor. Nineteen sixty four. By contrast according to the apps theory in the quote unquote southern cradle. The earth takes prominence as agricultural activity and fertility abound. The population is more peaceful secure and sedentary women play a critical part in the economy and in substance substance the female principle is the foundation of the cosmological conceptions murcia in his work a history of religious ideas volume one identifies these warlike areas as the proto indo europeans and the quote unquote indo europeans. These are the people of the ops norton cradle eliade identifies them as the initiative's destructive period of invasions into the southern regions between twenty three hundred and twelve hundred years before the christian era. This is part of what he calls the process of indo europeanisation which had an effect on the religious ideas and practices of the areas into where she's people expanded eliade is concerned with delineating and understanding. These effects in terms of an african centered analysis. The process liatti at identified as part of the historically continuous process of european imperialistic expansion. This quote unquote indo european. Which elliott he speaks is the earliest expression of the european woodham. Arrojo elliott.
"earliest expressions" Discussed on Little Atoms
"Yeah elicits a little items. I'm nail denny today. I'm talking to jerry jones and we're talking about her debut novel. How the one system sweeps her house sherry said. I wanted to talk about some of the characters and a little bit more detail. So we'll start with paula. As you said we find her in this violent destructive relationship with a man the one my imagine she could leave but we also see a why family and a mother as may who is present in. This story is dead at the start of the story Grandmother wilmer. I don't want to give to sway. Say what he's but they said absolutely wild character carson who is terrifying grandmother. Woolmer's husband. Tell us something about about. Laura's background some of these people are his diet aid and one of the key things for her in. The novel is the core concept of low and for la last year. We love with the singing of her me. The way the who sang it and started coming up with a thought. That's one of the earliest expressions of love that anybody will a will feel or experience that sort of love from mother depend name or by son or whatever so lila's character is very much in search about love and i think nothing's way she gets into some of the issues that she does because she's living with her grandmother after her mother's death and her grandmother's husband and she goes through some really traumatic experiences at the hands of her grandmother and her husband and i think that she la la to certain extent because it's clear to her or she feels that she's not getting that level of love and affection at home and therefore i think that's part of the reason why she goes searching for it in eden. Her husband who just happens to take the time and the effort to sing her name in just the way her mother did. So i think la la like most people in the world is looking for love. Unfortunately she's also running away from a situation. And i think as with anybody who's running away from something. I think we focus a lot on what we're running a week from not necessarily what we're running into and therefore that need of the problems that she has to to grapple with in the novel so yes she ends up married to aden They have a dog. And i think think the birth of her daughter is the catalyst for change in lalas life and i think that happens in the novel just as it does in real life for women in similar circumstances so the birth of this of this doctor this this much beloved..
"earliest expressions" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club
"More a little bit before this. Like the earliest expressions of westerns were radio shows like gunsmoke in the early forties and buffalo. Bill's wild west show which was Before we thought buffalo bills being like a hannibal think get that out of your brain real quick. It was a traveling show honestly as same as in. Its time as like circus. Oh lay would be right now That went all over the world. I'm not this is not in the script. And i'm not looking. This up is from memory. I don't even have the comedian. Frienemie doing these really overly theatrical cowboy. Shoot them up. Stage plays and some of when they got shot. they didn't have guns. They can actually fire and even firing blanks. You can hurt someone. So they'd go kill people with blanks real quick. You sure can people do. It has be careful with guns that we talk a about gun. Play during the western bit please. If you own a gun not a toy guns as they would say like pow they guy would show back in a choreographed whenever and go flying because people were kind of used to seeing those like magical pop pop be getting more that in the westerns. That came after it. Well it's in the same way that like in early films and the first talkie is if someone got hit you get these really meaty punch. Sounds and now. When you watch like batman or whatever that's supposed to be gritty in real they still have to use these over the top sounds because it doesn't look quote unquote real otherwise. Where have you ever actually punch someone. That's going to be like it. Soft is not. You know it's skin and bone you don't have someone like flapping steak with a piece of two by four or whatever i mean. That's a whole separate issue with our very another time boy so connecting this to the wizard and glass yes. Let's connect things. How was this the same. So this is the same to me. In the simmering tension between a good character in a bad character forced to cohabitate for like the majority of the media before things start to go south bit. And that's a very western trope absolutely and the fun tension and all that and also there's cowboy hats and there's cowboy and sarah pays and all sorts of vaguely american and south american culture emphasis vaguely music music. The songs on this were being noticed something about the score. That i think you'll appreciate phoenix. And let me know if picked up on this musical logical Evaluation music theory here. Which is kind of fun. So the melody of this piece which i would play here except you know copyright Is you know however many bars long. It's pretty brief. it's really intense. All i tell you what a whip something up. That's kind of stylistically similar. So you're going to start out and it's going to have a little bit of tension right so it doesn't immediately resolve within the first kind of couple of barnes which means that your ear is listening for it to resolve shortly thereafter and then when it finally does resolve there is a resolution but right underneath the melody starts right back up again down the octa. So what that does is you get this kind of infinite raising tension thing that mirrors the structure of the movie where you have tensions that kind of fill in the short term but the stakes are always being raised and even on the end credits. it's not resolved. You just have him writing into the sunset and you know there's gonna be more shenanigans in his future. It almost reminds me of infinite. Melis the kind of staircase thing you're thinking of like the super mario sixty four specifically infinite staircase. I this is going to be a lot of sound section. You can put in this episode also so we don't have talk about how amazing marconi as we've done it for the last two of them but a couple of things i wanted to talk about the pocket watch. Theme is very cool. Oh so good. So when the pocket watch comes out which is a tool that this person uses to essentially torture and taunt another character it gets its own theme. That's ticking in timely sort of like the opening of the song time by pink. Floyd this is the fourth mention of that also the main theme main song which is called okeyo penalty. I for an eye was a good selling. Forty five to forty five of that sold quite well and i know that because all forty five sold quite well ended up in my dad's collection actually have. That's cool dig. That did you notice that there are two lockets that have this music bach theme one that you see for the entire movie which is held by the bad guy and is this kind of sinister theme and then at the very end. It's revealed that angel. I has his own version of this. It tell me phoenix. Did you notice that angel is is version of the theme is slightly different. Yes i did notice that it just has this slight syncopation to it. So for the non musical people in the audience. The first one is not syncopated. It's a very kind of clear. One two three four march kind of thing whereas angel is as a more kind of slippery morally grey character. Someone who's not quite as outwardly. Easy to kroc his version of the theme same melody but instead of being one two three four it's but but but but so there's a little bit of give and take to. It just is really cool detail. That is very composer. Louis it almost like drunk drumming or like a like a trap theme would be now show like depravity and whatever whatever that's where we have found our depth and we are out of wonderful. Well that's the most of what i have to say about this movie. So that is all three of the. The major sketti westerns. next week. we will be covering the second half of the wizard and glass so the fourth tower book in the series and then our final western education block so the next movie will be watching. If you're watching. Our western education series will be no country for old men two weeks from now. It's going to be really exciting to get a contemporary. Take on this genre and really used to westerns. And steve is really used to horrors so in what is definitely the crown horror western We're gonna have a. I'm so excited. Thank you phoenix for taking me on this journey i appreciate it. I feel like. I know more about america in american media. Now no joke so glad. I feel like all that time that i was going to spend anyway sitting on my couch. How we're watching westerns and eleven. Am in the middle of the week was it's now it doesn't go to weight off man towed away. Thank you for joining us. Dear listener and thank you. Phoenix my sweet bible boy. Peace out everybody..