13 Burst results for "Emperor of China"
"emperor china" Discussed on Dictators
"Chairman mao zedong. Always ruthless despot. In fact he wasn't always a committed communist to fully understand how became one of marxism leninism leading theorists. We have to go back to the world. He emerged out of the final days of the ching dynasty in china by the eighteen hundreds the ching dynasty was on a slow but inevitable decline after ascending to power in the mid sixteen hundreds. It's emperors were struggling to compete with rival nations from both the west and the east their problems started with the mid eighteenth century opium wars against britain after trade between china and britain began to stagnate. Britain decided to inject new life into the relationship by pumping opium onto china's streets. Thanks to their indian colonies. The british had an abundance of the drug. Dao guang emperor. China's leader didn't want the drug in his country so he made it illegal which britain took as an insult to free trade. A series of wars broke out in which the british decimated the chinese ultimately grabbing land from the ching dynasty and increasing their opium imports. These opium wars became the first domino to drop in the quest of western influence over china in the years to follow. China was forced to sign lopsided commerce treaties with other european nations and the united states after the treaties came the west's cultural influence ever-growing troops of missionaries established new christian and capitalist educational institutions that challenged china's centuries long traditions this imperialistic influence flooded china's cities and towns and finally villages with resentment against the west and then china's future leader came of age. Now zedong was born on december twenty. Sixth eighteen ninety three in the village of xiao sean located in the rural hunan province show. Sean was a hub for agriculture especially rice cultivation and mouse father was one of the wealthiest rice farmers in xiao sean growing up mount was caught between two very different worlds farming and academia while mouse father sent his eldest son to school. He only intended for mouth to receive enough education to run the family farm mao however hated physical labor after spending his early years working in the paddy fields now already suspected the farmers life wasn't for him but the straw that seemingly broke the camel's back occurred in mouse mid teens. According to mao a cousin gave him a book called shanxi way on or words of warning to an affluent age. The book that if china hope to keep up with the rest of the world it needed to modernize and the only way to modernize was to form a parliamentary government. The book peaked mouse curiosity and made him want to read more so he could truly understand these ideas so in nineteen ten at seventeen years old he enrolled in a new style school in the neighboring city of shang instead of memorizing the traditional confucian classics now was introduced to western style education for the first time for the next several years now devoted himself to his studies learning about the french revolution. Napoleon rousseau and south east asian colonization. He read adam. Smith's the wealth of nations and darwin's the origin of species. It was a far cry from learning how to run a rice farm then around nineteen thirteen twenty year old now came under the spell of arguably his most influential teacher yang changji. Young was a european educated social science teacher as historian. Rebecca carl notes young taught philosophy and ethics not as timeless and abstract norms. But rather as historical systems of transformative social change young not only introduced mao in his contemporaries to western philosophers like immanuel kant. He also shared radical left leaning newspapers with them. Under young's tutelage mouse spent long nights debating the best course to save china but now had no real idea. What political system was the right one for his country. All he knew was that he was anti imperialist in that he wasn't alone in the early nineteen ten's as maoist studying. A series of revolts and things were sweeping through china. The face of the rebellion. Sonia sen demanded that china become a republic. It seemed he was getting results in february. Nineteen twelve when the emperor abdicated. Imperial was no more but the republic was only sort of the new. Republican government was weak within two years of its formation of former ching dynasty general yuan. She chi took control and proclaimed himself emperor and since the new republican government didn't have a strong army. No one could stop him but two years later yuan died the resulting power vacuum divided china into various military districts ruled by generals. The warlord.
"emperor china" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia
"So you can just empty your mind. And listen. The ability to communicate is essential. In politics as it is in any relationship. And people just do not know how to listen. When someone's talking? They're talking as well. Inside the token to themselves. Is, why that was a meditated even in my books, I've written about total listening. To sit there or standard whatever position and you. Listen to every word every nuance pick up the body language because your mind is still empty. No thoughts perfectly mindful unaware. And, when you have that degree of mindfulness and awareness, which is not hindered by this thinking conceptualizing going on in your head when you're totally aware totally there with that person when this speaking. Be Amazed as what you can pick up. And how much comes in Some mazed. Just This is not psychic powers here this afternoon and visiting someone in the ICU. No Just, talk into the family that getting much worse than made tonight but I'm not sure. But when I saw them afterwards now they say. How And this not. Just came straight out of my mouth because I was still meditating this person. They make it through tonight I think they might survive. Tonight is a difficult time. When I went out of the ICU I'm betting the family and the. Family said other doctor just told us. So earlier on this afternoon, if they make it through tonight, there will survive. Is exactly what the doctor said, but I don't get any money for this doctors. Get heaps. And they were just amazing just how you can achieve. Pick that up just from your mind and it's not psychic packages being still. Have total listening with somebody. Get an idea of what's going on. Inside of them. Now, that's now how much I could totally listen. This is how much you can totally listen imagining, but politician can totally listen. How much they would receive and how much they would understand, and these are people who are responsible for so much of our lives. So that degree of total listening for politician what they could. They be. Efficient. Responsive. A not just to the electorate into the Australian people the will people whatever but they'll be able to be responsible and responsive to each other. How much time wasted stupid arguments. When people just don't listen to each other they understand each other and so they can't resolve the problem and waste too much time. So Buddhist politics. Will be a politician politics listening. Total. Listening. Politics which is devoted to crisis untrusting if the price is right. The results would eventually be right. Politics kindness. And respect each other. Politics of ethics. Strong ethics. 'cause you know if you mess up. You guys have messed up mind. You can't get away within. and. Even you can't go off to some Jesus or some aloe or something and and think they're gonNA forgive here. We are stocked with our Karma. Not Saying though when I die, it's all over now you have to get reborn and many of politicians are gonNA come back here. Think that it's comically appropriate. That George Bush gets reported in Iraq and his next life. When that'd be appropriate. Possibility. Now, if he knew, he was GONNA get reborn in Iraq wouldn't give him greater motivation to look after that place and the clean up his mess. So think sometimes hope Buddhist ethos can be so positive. So in our political system. So, who knows maybe the May be some people who? Put us and I Stanford Action. Maybe they how strong enough with these attitudes and ethics to actually make a difference. I real positive difference. We've had many many political movements in the past. Who knows I'm not sure because this is. A territory, there may be a lay Buddhist politics. Even a political system party I don't know. But I do know ONC-. Never monk. Because I'M GONNA finish off with his old Chinese story. Longtime ago. Apparently the emperor Japan. So Emperor China. was finally get so hard to get ethical non-corrupt ministers his government. People who are wise resourceful kind dislike. It's hard to get good politicians even these days. He heard about these two Herbert's giving up into mounted. Strong ethics kind compassionate deep meditated. Really really wise. So he knew his no way. They sent anybody out there these months would leave the hermitage come and help run the empire. So you had to go up there himself. Emperor with his royal guard March to this mountain. And these two hermits living other top misgiving halfway down. So now, you thought the one at the top was wiser. So I went to the top one first of all instead venables. I've got this. You have such a wonderful reputation. You're incorruptible I knew too. So Compassionate and your wisdom and peace from your meditation is immense. You could do so much for the empire you can help so many people. Can you be my prime. minister. And the emperor himself this you know in those times nightmare emperor was. Big Shot had lots and lots of power and many of them wouldn't think twice about killing monks. So this mark he couldn't. That's actually say, no excuse me from sire and he went to the the stream washed out his here I'm sorry this filth in my ear now what did you say? And effort you what he read. The film was the words invite into politics so I said Okay and he left to go to the the second mark halfway down the hill. And is about to ask. The. Same question you're wise. You're compassionate. Your wonderful. Can you please beyond my prime? minister. Just, before the second one. The attendant of the top mount ran down instead got a message a message from the top hermit. Don't drink the water filter in it. was. So the emperor left. Because monks non-safeguarded. No place politics why job is exactly what I've done this evening. In, other words give guidance. So I that the community, the monastic community we serve each other we depend upon each other we care for each other we look after one another..
"emperor china" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish
"Okay this time fact, number three and that is Anna. My fact this week. Is that Kublai Khan's Summer Palace dismantled and folded away at the end of every some. Clever like a company trip exactly? Yeah. Every summer. He went on a big long camping. It's everyone's nightmare except Kublai Khan, did they? Did they have that same problem of once. They dismantled it. Fitting it into the bag that. I. Could never do it. He was always to be heard rollet scrunch. It was a nightmare, so this was in it was Kublai calm who was the grandson of Genghis and extended his empire, so we're talking the second half of the thirteenth century, and he had some capital and shine, do or made famous Xanadu by Coleridge and in his poem, but it was cool to do and in some capsule he had this big palace, and it was not. You know really all nate mason pants huge, and it was based on the Mongolian kind of yogurt or Design so they will have girls or pneumatic people, and so it was held two hundred silk cords, and at the end of the season you released the courts and the whole thing folds up although I don't know how it was made of proper material that made us it was made of like Cain and had these huge pillars and stone dragons on top of it. Yeah. There's a lot of solid stuff to go in that bag. So. We largely, we largely know this from Marco. Polo's account and then supported by Chinese historians, who for instance lists. There were five great holes which might have been removable, because essentially the Mongols were this was the fundamental thing about them, and so they just wanted new land to graze all their conquering was just about having new grazing land, and so yeah, all their buildings down a bug it off the end of every season. Oh, I'm. They went somewhere where they could graze more easily. It's not what you say. No, this! Was this the buggering off. Off here was just you know summer is over? He went back to the winter capital in all their conquests and stuff like one of so obviously they conquered the biggest contiguous land empire, ever known to man, and they didn't care about like settling cities and founding big cities, so they just flattened cities, and then would leave them and go home again and I think people think the reason they didn't take over. The whole of Europe is because once they got to Hungary and Poland. It wasn't such good grazing land, so it was kind of pointless so. Kublai. Was the first non Chinese emperor China as it s out of the. Dynasty Yeah, it's really interesting. I'm one of the things that market police says about him as introduction in amongst his group Bill paper money, so Mark Paula writes about that brings up back and just a very tiny thing is the Rian Dynasty or in in Chinese and other way of different turn on that means money. am I, wonder if there's a connection to those two. Because that was such dominating thing for his court. Yeah, used to be centered some of it. Apparently, some Chinese paper money was centered around about this time. Well, they were very big on counterfeiting right away, weren't they? They tried to. They try to stop. If, you went to a bar in Mongolian Times. They didn't take a twenty pound. Note, sniffer and go. This isn't really, did they? Show that was accounts physically. Maybe it was. I, don't know maybe it was, but it was all mobry bug or the. Sounds really cool, but actually it was a sheet of paper like substance derived from the buck of mulberry trees and add to be signed by multiple officials and Pictures of the old money on it as well which I think might have been a way of explaining what this is to be blue. What accustomed to pay like money? Because the money was just broke with coins hanging off the? Picture of all this. Hey, this is what this was and is what it is. Also. That's like that's a bit like when you have. You know when we all got mobile phones and you'd have a picture of an old shaped phone on your mobile phone. So you knew that was what you press the cool. Cool! To autism it's called, isn't it? Yeah, picture of a floppy disk being the scientist save something, yeah, or a picture of a carrot to sell dildos. Because he had such big empire Kubla Khan. It meant that people could travel from all the way from Europe all the way to the other side of Asia and that's obviously why. Marco Polo managed to get across that, because before that it was really difficult to traverse those areas. So, what's what's the deal with Marco? Polo in that I the lost the I'd bread or was told about him. Is that you know he might have been ruled that these weren't trustworthy. All the places that he describes like we know Xanadu was we found the dragon statues we found? He got the perimeter sizes wrong, but they were not too far when he was blindfolded a lot of the time. Marco Polo, so, that's why I. There there are theories, but still pretty unusual that he genuinely didn't get i. find it totally implausible because he wrote about it so much detail and it was possible to access and other people went there as well from the West William Breed brick with another one. The people use things like he didn't mention the Great Wall of China she the Great Wall of China wasn't really that great at that time so you? Mentioned people. joyner, who still don't know what the Great Wall of China is genuinely because. They've been in space, so they've. I think the argument is I. Don't subscribe to either that he got the stories from other people, and he wrote them down rather than him, actually going and experiencing it. That's the argument. I think okay. Another guy who did go an experience, the Mongols was this guy called William break. Who was a Marco Polo? He was a Franciscan Franciscans recent. He was a missionary, and he revealed to us a serious problem with the con- dynasties with the Mongol dynasties which was alcoholism so a lot of them had a real issue with this about this amazing will the Silva tree of Karakorum in the Mongol capital, and it sounds extraordinary, so it was a huge tool Silva tree in the center and it had a angel angel type. Type Ferry figure with a trumpet on top of it, and then had lions all around, and the lions would spout different drink from them out, so the Lions and the.
"emperor china" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Your echo device now how does it seventy seven W. A. B. C. and then play seventy seven W. ABC all the time now ISIS John John that's for sure Thomas scales new book is how renaissance artist reformation we begin with a rebellion in the English crown however Columbus the enterprising is a very religious man and he appeals to Isabella and Ferdinand takes a shift and discovers the New World he's carrying with them I learned from your town a rich to the emperor of China because he expects to arrive there and treat the emperor of China very well as a co equal because they want to make money and they can presume that the emperor China's never heard of Ferdinand Isabella perhaps however he finds the natives snake when he lands in Hispaniola what does that mean for Columbus and for the Catholic monarchs in Spain naked first name there was great relief on the ship that they actually talked somewhere that they saw land it was getting a little bit dicey as to whether they would so Columbus that that Columbus actually got somewhere was the great surprise because it had never happened before so far as anyone knew and but but then the second surprise was that none of these people look the way they were expected to look they certainly weren't Chinese they weren't Japanese they want any of the things that they thought they would run into and they were they were not only that they were naked and all they had were bows and arrows so they were they at first there was great consternation but they overcame that consternation and of course they then the in subsequent voyages they would announce to the natives in very good Castilian of that they were now the subjects of the king and queen of Spain because they didn't understand the Castilian and they certainly didn't know who the cake king and queen of Spain where and the and then they were told that if they did what they were what they were ordered to do everything will go fine but if it if they didn't do that they would all be killed right I have the quote from your book some doers of the barbarous nations in knowledge the church as the ruler and superior of the whole world if you do not we shall make war upon you that threat was ran every time they landed on the shore yeah but in Castilian that they gave that was the power of your to colonize to dominate to win slave to plunder the natural world because the Catholic monarchs believed that they now laid claim to this it's an incredible feat of imagination Columbus followed along with it he was a religious superstitious man and he believed he was doing god's work or the problems were did it matter well you know throughout history a not just of the home the history of Christianity but throughout if you wrote a history of religion people often think that they're doing god's work because they're doing it and that's all that amounts to he was it there's no way around it anymore Columbus was a horrible now Columbus to anyone any sailor who dared say we didn't get to the Far East was to have his tongue cut out but that that's a slice of what Columbus was really like suddenly the New World is in the poetry of the Old World John talk my America it's a poem to his mistress but it's my America what does America represents what does it on leash in CS fifteenth century filled with anxiety heresy and show a whole new series of questions that are both philosophical and theological where do these people come from who they have to be made by god consists no other possibility what could they.
"emperor china" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Right right. Alex not fleet man amorn compared to all the great ones and he certainly deserves a jack modern incredible african demolished outfield and absolutely demolished polished no contact with the brow. Gonna take the half black cloud or what are you doing today. Good is never in my dreams that i think it would be raised all our talk about the last one on every day. What are you are you you somewhere in this type of noise what he broken well three thousand years ago. That's funny beginning. My name brought. The first racehorse is out of the valleys of turkistan. The emperor china called heavenly horses running saw them and this was a heavenly horse today. This was that old cliche the big bird flying as he grew out. I think the feeling did most in the crowd had was this belief you could not imagine the way in which inexorably frighteningly of wine legs two legs three legs and so on until the final rate lead as he came down the stretch not a horse race but a triumphal one <unk> horse procession. I've never seen anything like it. Have you jack whitaker back you what eight a carnations he's at the roses carnations. You'll get anything living. He wants.
"emperor china" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Print. They're both coming up for him now. Technically it is all alone he's author. Almost almost palpable mile away from the art is picking point eight one dollars during this period take it from curry the flexible second third party who had it rough kim unbelievable performance by the miracle the laura magnificent animal who today run the most sensational belmont stakes in the history of this rate pretoria has a unbelievable path of breaking the mile and a half record by two and three seconds the record the band forever the time of this race to what he thought almost unbelievable well well there it is jack and you can hear and you can you can literally feel in your chest as as secretary enters the stretch the the welling thing of <hes> almost hysterical reaction from from the crowd at belmont. Give your impressions and and and how do you gather either your thoughts to be able to come on after anderson's call well. Thank you for playing that because it just as thrilling now that was god what a mess him for call by check moving like a tremendous machine that set it all for that day <hes> it's. It's hard to put it in words. It was such an overwhelming performance and the emotion and was oh. I it's hard to tell you right now. After hearing it again at times chills up my spine what will here now with with jack is exactly how indeed he he gathered himself and as did frank right and woodie broun and one of the things that i i certainly i am anxious to to hear from <hes> from jack. Whitaker is the the response to to woody bruhns is almost instantaneous summary. I it's remarkable because brune will will very succinctly in maybe three lines summarize what what was that he saw jack whitaker is back with us and jack <hes> <hes> <hes> we're going to listen to what what follows after the break and here's you and frank right and then a a heywood tale brune moment that <hes> we we don't see too often anymore. Broadcasting <hes> here's the post race comments of jack and frank right unbelievable is all you're hearing down here. What are we haven't been able to digest the ourselves right right. Alex not fleet man amorn compared to all the great ones and he certainly deserves a jack modern incredible african demolished outfield and absolutely demolished polished no contact with the brow. Gonna take the half black cloud or what are you doing today. Good is never in my dreams that i think it would be raised all our talk about the last one on every day. What are you are you you somewhere in this type of noise what he broken well three thousand years ago. That's funny beginning. My name brought. The first racehorse is out of the valleys of turkistan. The emperor china called heavenly horses run. You saw them and this was a heavenly horse today. This was that old cliche the big bird flying as he grew out. I think the feeling did most in the crowd had was this belief you could not imagine the way in which inexorably frighteningly of wine legs two legs three legs and so on until the final rate lead as he came down the stretch not a horse race but a triumphal one <unk> horse procession. I've never seen anything like it. Have you jack whitaker back you what eight a carnations he's at the roses carnations. You'll get anything living. He wants.
"emperor china" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman
"I love negroni and my favorite drink and way before Nagoya hip, that's the drink. I drank what I like. But when you get one with one of the giant ice cube. You'll better. It's it's it's it is better. Why because it doesn't water as your drink. A key keeps it super cold. But I drink is just as strong as your last sip when you have because of the big area that the cube is, and you have all you have crushed ice, you're grown. He's done in ten seconds. Suddenly, it's a slushy mazal blended. Right. So you're you light up when you talk about this stuff, I food and beverage food beverage and hospitality that's been my life. And it's been my life since I was literally born because my parents are parents opened our house to every person. Always we would have people over all the time. And as always to come eat. Where'd you grow up Dayton, Ohio culinary capital? It is usually they usually point the dating skyline chili. Yeah. I mean, what was the local Trump before your parents opened a restaurant at some point. But what was the local Chinese restaurant? There literally was like peeking house or something. And there was actually there was restaurant, and I can say this is not a dick chop suey. Carry out was the local Dayton Ohio calls shops to carry the owner's Chinese or were they served for young chop suey. I'm like, oh my God. That was like that. That's one of the reason my mom who opened the manor kinder's like, okay, we need traditional Mandarin food here. Because she and then the reason she opened it as both my brother, and I went to Andover. So they were empty nesters four years earlier than normal. Household right. So we're improv school and she did a bunch of cooking schools and loved to cook. And all their friends like can you open a Chinese restaurant, please iris because just he good Chinese food? And she opened what would they cook in the house for you know, questions about that? So So. we cook the budget stuff because look I was I'm first generation Chinese. So you're first generation America. First generation first-rate here in America. Chinese. I I generated in America, the one thousand generation Chinese. Exactly. I actually true story. I'm the hundred generation side. I I because you might know about the roots right dates. Long long D was my grandfather original emperor, China as there you go. So yes, so I was first generation American born here. So we had my parents wanted to Americanize. So we would have burgers and hotdogs and my dad who's an engineer. He's actually literally rocket scientists. The reason Dayton Ohio chief, sinus Wright Patterson air force base. Civilian-airforce designing the b one bomber today. Litters rocket scientists. But he would go to junkyards because we buy gold circle forty nine dollar grill. But the burners crap it's like a four thousand to earn. He would go to the junk yard find a big burner from an old. Chinese engineer is a new year and became a thirty thousand feet you burning when you buy a big tab on a big piece.
"emperor china" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie
"Also received the career intelligence medal for Cumulus record of service, reflecting exceptional achievements. That substantially contributed to the mission of the CIA. And there's. Oh, much more. I could go on for hours. But you know, what? Let's just I can't wait to introduce you. Let's just jump in ready for some certified bad ass. Let's talk to Tom. I think you so much for hanging out with us today. That's my pleasure, man. How exciting a privileged for our listeners me to get to hang out with you. But not just to get to hang out with you. But also to hear about your book like a couple months before it's even released. I mean, that's that's pretty bad ass, you really hooking us up. It's so awesome. Of you. My pleasure. So you know, we have a tradition here. Tom where we play icebreaker little bit in the beginning. I proclaim our game apple okay question. Number one. What's one of the let's see what's one of the craziest things you had eat because you traveled all over the world. So did you ever have something that wasn't your standard kind of burger and fries American fair? Oh, absolutely back in nineteen Ninety-one. I traveled to Beijing China, and I had the privilege of going to restaurant called the one table restaurant. And it was basically in in a family house and their ancestors were taste testers for the last emperor China now all day old recipes. Yeah, it was. So they cooked up food that the emperor would have eaten back. In those days, and one of the dishes was deep fried scorpion. Shut up. Darrow is so Indiana Jones. I love it. And I actually did eat. It would I didn't know you you're off. Like, an overdone Frenchman, really. Had to do it. I use your is that is that a seriously brave. What did it really tastes like though? Like, a French fry that was that was done in soya sauce. And then and was really crispy. Not really any any wonderful flavor. I'm guessing that's one of the recipes you brought back to the states in kind of a throw on the barbecue on the friends going around in Arizona would be a. That is to awesome. In fact, I'm gonna have to ask you another one about the foods and just you might have just just gone straight up our scoreboard to number one three. I think you'd beat out. I think the most popular recently has been the the one about the what was it. Eric was cockroaches, or spiders or something. What was the goal team guy? He in Columbia. Yeah. He doesn't have it in front of him. But yeah, no matter it doesn't matter because you them out of the water. Okay. Closer to home. Yeah. When I was posted out in Somalia nineteen Ninety-three. We were running short on food because our our support flights couldn't get in because of threat from service are missiles, so we were stuff basically eating whatever was in. The supply tent, and I came across a little kinda small tin something called potted meat product. And I thought don't know how long it's been there. But it was in the Cam, I think I'll test it out on one of these semi starving. Somali tax. At ally open Dr. A log and this cat came Warren up took one sniff and walked off. And that's when I decided there's no way I'm going to eat potted meat product. That's horrible. I think it's still on the shelves in the grocery store. So you can take take look for it. But wouldn't have Katie could be delicious. We.
"emperor china" Discussed on KTRH
"Have to do that one time. Yes. About ten to around the twenty seventh of December by going there liberal and look around see if they got one. All right. Thank you. I will do that. Some of the time. Indeed, first time caller line. You're on the air with Dr Kimble. Hi, where are you? Please. This is James and calling from Minneapolis James case DP. Yes, sir. Great show tonight. Art, I heard mister Kimble on the first time around when Healy rose was on I recorded that show. It was kind of it was fascinating. But I'd have to say that you're doing a much better job bringing out just three issues just different. Well, it's different. You're right. Mr. chemo, Dr chemo have three areas that was going to ask you about one of them. That's most interesting. There's a book out recently by Richard Loe and Christopher ninety familiar with those two men. No, I'm not they wrote a book about the knights Templars in their journey to Landis. Yes. Yes. I was wondering since you brought up the idea that some of the followers of Jesus had split off into other directions. And you mentioned that Mary Magdalene had gone into the southern part of France. And how that had. Kind of transpired into that area. Had emerged Charlemagne and they had revere turban and the other apostle, and which one you mentioned, but I was wondering if you knew anything about the knights Templars and old why relationship in terms of what they were doing that. That's one question. They have another one. All right, then pause and take your answer. Well, here here's the answer in the great exodus of the faithful and thirty six AD. Remember, I said that John went east when most of the other apostles went west, right? And in fact, we find John the apostle actually ending up in China and the legacy of John's ministry in China is the great amalgamation which emerges in our day is Buddhism. And I know we have to really reference that to talk about it. But if you go to your public library Buddhism begins in fifty eight eighty nine six forty BC when Buddha was alive, and it was largely to the amalgamation of. Eighth in general by the apostle John, but he left a legacy in China where by the by the time of the twelfth century. There was a knights Templar presence in China itself amongst the Kong's in the emperor's China and these these knights Templar not only protected the Vatican. But they had several assignments all over the world number one the great ruling house in India than the emperors of China and the Vatican. We're all protected by the same entity,.
"emperor china" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"There to be nuclearise they are nuclearized okay that's the problem the other side of that of courses is that donald trump has said oh case the most powerful man in the world i'm going to agree to a meeting with so far less powerful man he's got the nuclear weapons but on the whole scheme of things you know putin the powerful is up there uh president g now emperor china he's up you'll he's out there now the pope these these are leader these are world leaders that are higher up in but he's going to do the meeting what is the us get in return two for we know we know this is a an immediate win maybe just a temporary win four north korea but what does the united sates getting return now we've got a pattern of donald trump yielding early at the negotiating table journalists and those with access to imf fake journalist probably not demanding what are you getting in return what did you do to get this me what the united states get in return for this what are the conditions so nobody is asking questions like syria we're just going to do a vacuum we're not going to cover the stories of it doesn't exist these are the questions that need to be asked williams ask him we ask him we're not corporate media we just do our small little digital on radio and online program it's all we do but cnn at fox of the washington post usatoday they could certainly do it but they've got corporate interests the first to surf we've said that long before donald trump and brexit occurred it's because i used to work for them so i know exactly what motivates them just experience let's play.
"emperor china" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"To every citizen watching at home tonight no matter where you've been four where you've come from this is your time and he says an adverse beyond this more than you show now this morning you know i on the small her in your own words is a lot going on behind aged so that on not showing you on what telling you about it i would stand to reason because it just seemed to me that you know that was kind of one of the most peculiar elvy it was very obvious it was very obvious more so than not and so they have trump see that in his reversal i think he knows exactly what's going what else do you have in the state of the union catches seem to me that there was like this cold uh non nonverbal q bit you know we are your enemies in were out years i who had lovie it was very obvious it was a very obvious more so than not and so they have trump see that in his reversal i think he knows exactly what's going to what else do you have in the state of the young he's an announcement on thank you to david and the brave people of california thank you very much great job it his backwards a bad scum trump who trump so you know in that's the road rivers do you contend that win these are being said the these are the thoughts that are going uncontrolled in the might of donald trump uh not not necessarily the minority speaking see any of that race saw her little breast the aims at it in the emperor's china i remember that as a classic so so that's what i wanted to know because it just seems to me that thing in in solemn probably soda exactly a horrible scum recently zapped me that he w i remember that one of bill clinton where he looked down i think a month with any race soccer little breast at in the emperor's i i remember that as a classic so so that's what i wanted to know because it just seems to me that i guess river speech reflects what's going through your mind at the time yeah what you you know what you're feeling you.
"emperor china" Discussed on Great Big History Podcast
"China breaks out let's say breaks up into three parts what do you think each of those parts coal themselves what named they give themselves we give them different names but guess what name they give themselves they will give themselves name china and so you'll have letters from the emperor of china the king of china the emperor of china to the fake emperor tried the socalled emperor china the guy who thinks of himself bb as pretending uh emperor of china the loser uh that's at the head of the fake state of the fake country that calls itself china you get these letters where they say i am the real china you're the fake china and guess what they respond with that's very nice fake emperor of the fake china sincerely real emperor real china because the idea that there should be one china and we live in a warren states period today there are two chinas in the world there is the people's republic of china that's mainland china it's communist china or excommunist china that's where your iphone comes from but this also taiwan the republic of china this to china's taiwan american ally where iphones where are your ipod might have come from your older ipod and certainly you're macintosh in the nineties if you're that old your role enough remember the '90s the came from taiwan um that's a republic of china does to china's and they are technically at war with each other they both called themselves the real china.
"emperor china" Discussed on Remso Republic
"I did i did not know that there's a great book on the history of the the drug war that it was like oh this is really interesting because they were very inge ingenious the emperor china realize it these owed drug dealers air coming in getting people hooked on a opium so he made it illegal to sell on land and they built floating bridges they always find a way where there's a welder's away up coal was talking about your personal life you got kids i do actually i have one son he is going to be turning to in december he was born now and kept pendleton actually on california and i have a daughter who was just born in may here and ford delvoir so two kids under to allow so you're you're gonna be really tire in hot i've always tire jobs so what are you going into asia so i worked for a company uh i i help run logistics warren electrical engineering construction company so uh they keep me they keep me busy there and uh i guess my other day job slashed night job is running for congress so nice nuts it's a lot of at now is your primary so date hasn't been set yet but probably looking at uh early to mid next year so april may june time for him okay stared because of the i mean you have a i think you have to other people running as well so three other people and uh i was the first person to file in this race back in january i knew i was going to run my waded in seoul the next fiscal quarter started so i wouldn't have to file paperwork then and i was like all right here we go rob wittman i'm coming asked young man shortly after that one person joint and then another joins and then another joint i'm like holy smokes in a district where they couldn't they had a hard time finding one person the run now we have four the and uh things been challenged since crystal balls less personal believe and they they really destroyed her with her images every giving felicia to her husband's hack which i know in a split my vote angola.