35 Burst results for "Julius Julius"
"julius " Discussed on Real Dictators
"Proclaimed a God. His soldierly honor, imperator, will be transmuted into a new title. One that will convey absolute power. With peace finally restored, Octavian will come to rule the Roman world not just as Caesar Augustus, son of divine Julius. Octavian will be the first Roman Emperor. Caesar makes Augustus possible and then Augustus adds to the fame of Caesar and makes it into something even bigger. The Roman Empire, the height of Roman civilization and just the image of power. You know, it's why so many nations in history have chosen an eagle as their symbol. Why they get drawn to the architecture. Not to mention stiff arms salutes and fanatical cries of hail into a supreme leader. At a basic level, the only two people have a month named after them are Julius Caesar and Caesar Augustus, which are in August and, you know, and we still have this weird Roman calendar because of Caesar. So there's a lot about Caesar that's just infiltrated western culture. And is there even.
"julius " Discussed on Real Dictators
"Slaves. But the further north you go, the more perilous it becomes. That said, there is no concept of Gaul as a nation. It's a collection of tribes, some of whom have more contemporary other than any invader. In terms of military technology, they are not in the same league. However much that Caesar may be itching to have a crack at them. He needs a pretext, a case is belli. It's with some relief then. That in March 58 BC Caesar gets word of a massive migration taking place. The helvetii people of what is modern day Switzerland, and had enough for being harassed by a German tribe, called the suebi. They abandoned their homeland, all quarter of a million of them, and a trekking across country to start a fresh in Gaul's maritime west. Not only is this an exodus on an unprecedented scale. But the helvetii are cutting across nominal Roman turf. That of a client tribe called the aedui. Trespassers will be prosecuted. Leading four legions north. Caesar instigates a clash with the helvetii. Act what is today's sewn river? After a series of engagements, he has by June secured victory at the battle of bibran. The helvetii no match for war machine that can march in astonishing 90 miles a day. Sees the pushes on, and by September has defeated the suebi too, shoving them back over the river Rhine. He's laying down a marker to the rest of gore and secured its eastern frontier. Julius Caesar general Julius Caesar is back in business. Caesar is a superb general. And remarkably, both a superb battlefield general and a superb Y tactician and strategist. Not everybody manages both. Caesar does. And because Gaul is made up of a whole series of independent tribes, you can try and break them down individually. Caesar's got 40 to 50,000 soldiers, and these are very well equipped soldiers who will become absolute veterans in the course of almost a decade. Caesar returns to northern Italy for the winter. The treasure, taxes, and booty are rolling in. In spring as the new campaign season begins, he ramps up the invasion. He expands his army to 8 legions, supplementing it with foreign mercenaries, Cretan and numidian archers, slingers from the balearic islands. Within a year, Caesar slashes his way to the northeast. Poised for a dust up with the most fearsome tribe of all. The bell guy. It's a tough slog. And there are reverses along the way. But at sabis, Caesar's men win a hard fought victory. By 56 BC, Caesar overcomes the last gallic holdout. In modern day Brittany, in a naval campaign, he beats the seafaring veneti. In Rome, Julius Caesar is awarded a 15 day supplicate. The biggest victory knees up ever. His opponents in the Senate are forced to grin and bear it. Not to Caesar can attend personally. Returning home will void his immunity from prosecution. But in some ways Caesar is best out of it. A Rome is fast sliding into anarchy, with open corruption, mob violence and political murders. Unseen, Caesar remains a legend. There's a wistful recollection of the old days. Yes, he ruled as a strong man, sure, he broke a few rules. But there was order, the streets were safe. At least the chariots ran on time. If Caesar can't go to Rome, then Rome will come to him. In 56 BC in the off season, Caesar retires to Lucca. The southernmost town in cisalpine Gaul, he's joined there by crassus and Pompey. The three men we pledged the triumvirate. Amy Russell is associate Professor of classics at Brown university. He would have been constantly writing letters to people at Rome, constantly trying to make sure that his voice was being heard. And he also had plenty of proxies on the Roman political stage. He sends back every year a few people to kind of be his eyes and ears in Rome and also his voice. And also, every winter, people from room are coming out to see him. In some ways, it's sort of foreshadowing what's going to happen under the empire that there's going to be this kind of movable court where people come to see you rather than the other way around. Plans are hatched. Pompey and crassus, who have already served a term as joint consoles, will attempt to rerun. In return for Caesar's endorsement, they will grant him a further 5 year extension on his governorship of Gaul. Afterwards, crassus will be awarded the lucrative governorship of Syria. Pompey will be given Spain. Once again they're carving up the Roman Republic. If that have smoked back then, they would have whipped out some very big cigars. The consular race is scarred by violence. But Caesar's influence pays off. Pompey and crassus secure the consular ship again. And Caesar gets more time in Gaul. He will boldly and boldly go where no Roman has gone before. Goals frontier in the east had been relatively secure. But by 55 BC, the suebi and other German tribes of resumed their raiding. They must be taught a lesson. Pushing them back over the Rhine again sees a finishes them off in spectacular fashion. Near present day koblenz, he has his sappers construct one of the greatest ever feats of military engineering. A 400 meter bridge, built in just ten days. Using massive wooden piles driven into the riverbed, where the water is up to ten meters deep. It's a marvel of military logistics. It also allows Caesar to cross into germania at his leisure. After a punitive 18 days of looting and pillaging, Caesar retreats and has the bridge destroyed. Just because he can..
"julius " Discussed on Real Dictators
"The lord Chamberlain's men. Though the real star is its new writer in residence, William Shakespeare. A prolific scribe aged 35. Shakespeare has penned 19 plays to great critical buzz. Earlier this year he scored a big hit with a war epic, Henry V before bashing out a summer RomCom as you like it. For the globe's grand opening, the Bard has returned to hard hitting history. To Ancient Rome, tonight, marks the premiere of Julius Caesar. Down in the pit, the groundlings fueled by cheap ale are getting raucous, they shout, they stamp, they swear urinate all the way up to the gods as an air of fever anticipation. Some may have heard of Caesar, a character from the mists of time, the general who led the Roman legions into Britain. If others are oblivious, they'll soon understand. So what if the actors costumes aren't quite right? Doublet and homes rather than togas. There's enough to show anyone that Julius Caesar was once a man of great significance. In the footlights glow, they cheer. They laugh and boom. The Hiss at the bad guys. Son lob rotten curvatures. But in the third act, a Caesar is set upon by members of his very own Senate. The conspirators plunging in their daggers one by one. You could hear a pin drop. Dying Caesar looks up, bewildered as his protege Brutus delivers the 23rd mortal blow. And you, Brutus, at two brute, it is perhaps in this moment on this Friday night in London. That the Roman statesman's place.
"julius " Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"To see Ethel as a human being. But rather as a means to an end. But she was a human with fears and feelings. After her conviction, she wrote to her lawyer begging him to find a suitable caretaker for her two boys. Though the press cast her as cold and unemotional, Ethel was a doting mother. It tortured her that she wasn't there for her kids through this difficult time. Up until the very end, the FBI wrung its hands over how to handle Ethel's execution. They debated whether she should be killed first, that way Julius might finally crack and confess to everything. But Hoover once again thought about it from a PR angle. He worried that if Julius confessed after Ethel's death, thus saving himself, then it would look bad. It would be clear that the government had forced him to talk by killing his wife. Ultimately, Ethel's death was more inhumane than her husband's, she needed an additional two jolts of electricity to kill her. Some witnesses said that they saw smoke coming from her head. Yet while Ethel's horrible death seemed an end to her story, once again, time revealed the truth. Remember, in 1995, the declassification of the project venona telegrams revealed crucial details about the rosenbergs, and the Soviet messages indicated that while Julius David and Ruth all had code names, Ethel did not. One message stated very clearly that though Ethel was a devoted communist, she was not a spy. Soon after, David greenglass admitted that his wife, Ruth, invented the story of Ethel typing up David's spy in tell. He also came clean that he went along with it. David even said that it may have been Ruth, who did the actual typing. The one piece of evidence against Ethel, which had ultimately led to her execution was completely false. If.
"julius " Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"David probably believed he was being subtle when in reality he wasn't all that savvy. His big mouth eventually got him in trouble. The prosecution was likely wise enough to know that David was mostly talk and no action. But that hardly mattered. David worked on the Manhattan Project, and that was enough of a connection for U.S. authorities. They could claim that under Julius and Ethel Rosenberg supervision, he had passed along secrets to the Soviet Union that helped build an atomic bomb. Until the 1990s, though, it was still unclear what exactly Julius Rosenberg shared with the Soviets. That answer finally came in 1997. When a retired KGB agent named Alexander feklisov dropped a bomb of his own, he admitted that he'd been Julius contact in New York. As feckless off told it, Julius was just a conduit, he didn't actually understand anything about the atomic bomb. He passed on whatever David told him. Feckless off wasn't the only one to make that claim. In 2008, the national archives released the grand jury testimony from the Rosenberg case as a result, an original member of the spy ring named Morton sobel made his own statement. So bell had been a college classmate of Julius's and had been tried alongside the rosenbergs, but only received a 30 year sentence. After serving more than 18 years, he was released. Throughout his life, so Belle insisted that he and the rosenbergs were innocent, but at age 91, in the wake of the new revelations he completely changed his story, he confirmed that both he and Julius had worked for the Soviets. Yet so bell said neither of them had provided information that was critical to the development of the atomic bomb. He even called Julius information, junk..
"julius " Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"Under 13. February 26th, 1951, was an unseasonably warm day in New York City, but David greenglass wouldn't see it. He was inside the U.S. courthouse. To the FBI agents sitting opposite him, David looked meek. Desperate even. He wore prison issued light blue pants and a white shirt. Seemed like he hadn't shaved for days. The agents wanted to know about his sister Ethel Rosenberg again. They asked if David was sure she hadn't helped her husband Julius spy for the Soviet Union. David responded for what felt like the millionth time that he'd never discussed espionage with his sister. He'd admitted to everything else the agents asked about, but on that point he was adamant. He was telling the truth. This was problematic for the FBI, granted how determined they were to convict Ethel. They needed something and they had a plan. Casually, they brought up David's wife and the mother of his children, Ruth. She just had a baby, and even though she'd been involved in the spy ring, too, she hadn't been charged with anything. At least, not yet. Now, the ball was in David's court. He could stick to his story that Ethel wasn't involved, or he could implicate her. If he gave the FBI what they wanted, Ruth might avoid jail time. So, when the agents asked him once more whether Ethel was involved in Russian espionage, David changed his tune. Maybe he'd been wrong in his previous testimonies. His sister wasn't just a loyalist for the Communist Party in the United States. She really had been the mastermind behind a Soviet spy ring. Welcome to conspiracy theories, a Spotify original from parcast. Every Monday and Wednesday, we dig into the complicated stories behind the world's most controversial.
Durant scores 53, Nets edge Knicks 110-107 as Irving watches
"Kevin Durant delivered game highs of fifty three points and nine assists as the nets got past the next one ten one oh seven yards played off me today noticing that are going early so you know they were looking for me pretty often slows a feel good as game one on Duran hit four three pointers it was nineteen of thirty seven from the field overall he scored the game's final seven points with the tie breaking trade for free throws Andre Drummond had his best game since joining the nets providing eighteen points and a team high ten rebounds for Knicks at at least twenty four points led by Julius Randle's twenty six seven forty eight finished with twenty five points in R. J. Barrett had twenty four but the nets won their third straight since the three and seventeen skate drop them again below five hundred I'm Dave Ferrie
Randle, Knicks win in Dallas again, blowing out Mavs 107-77
"Julius Randle dropped in twenty six points in the next one for the fifth consecutive time in Dallas by blowing out the Mavericks one oh seven seventy seven ninety one point their plan you know not only to fall off of so you know I was like on the discovery museum or sauce most vegans around if they collapse like earlier in the games kick it out R. J. Barrett added eighteen points for the Knicks who won their third straight following a seven game losing streak and improved to three into one a season long seven game road trip look at dodges scored seventeen of his thirty three points in the third quarter for the maps who missed their first nineteen three point shots and finished six of forty four from downtown on the ferry
Harden shines in Philly home debut with 26 points vs Knicks
"James harden just missed a triple double as the seventy Sixers what the next one twenty three one await hardy delivered twenty six points nine assists and nine rebounds in his first home game since being acquired by the Sixers at the trade deadline Philadelphia is three and with harden on the court Joe well and be finished with twenty seven points and twelve rebounds while Tyrese Maxey had twenty five points maxi provided eleven points while the seventy Sixers grabbed the lead for good in the third quarter R. J. Barrett had thirty points Julius Randle had twenty four new York's thirteenth loss in fifteen games I'm Dave Ferrie
The Paradox of Dictatorship
"Why was Stalin so brutal? Why was Mao so brutal? So an easy explanation is that while they were evil, yeah, of course they were obviously they were godless and soulless. But it takes someone willing to do evil to hold onto power. So this is the paradox of dictatorship. The paradox of dictatorship, which Julius Caesar experienced the hard way to Napoleon to Alexander the Great is that it's easy to assume power. It's really hard to hold on to it. Because if you have absolute power, you'd be fooling yourself if other people around you wouldn't want that power for themselves as well. And so this is the machiavellian dilemma, you're not exactly able to win over support by just paying people off always. Were to just give them goodies. Eventually, there will be pushback. Eventually people will start conspiracies. They will start coups. They will start efforts to destabilize you. Again, Julius Caesar, a great example of this, but also, many people don't know that Hitler had many attempts against his life. Several failed assassination attempts. In fact, if my memory serves me correctly, the movie Valkyrie went through this in quite great detail, great detail. Hitler would have just sat in a different chair at different time. He would have been killed by an explosive suitcase. And if I remember correctly, there was another assassination plot might have been that one that was actually designed by Dietrich bahnhof for himself. The people around Hitler did not always support what he did, Stalin as well.
Canada: When a Democracy Becomes a Dictatorship
"Trudeau is emperor of Canada. And if you go back into the writings of the once Roman Republic, this is exactly why Julius Caesar said he needed power. Julius Caesar said there are uprisings all across Rome. People are hungry. They're upset. It was the Roman equivalent of the trucker protests of the farmers that came to Rome and started to burn buildings. The only difference is the trucker protests are far more peaceful in today's time. Cut 38. Trudeau says, will always defend the rights of Canadians to peacefully assemble and have freedom expression, but these blockades are illegal. Play cut 38. The federal government is invoked the emergencies act to supplement provincial and territorial capacity to address the blockades and occupations. Cut 37, the deputy prime minister and minister of finance says we are just going to stop the money flow. Now, thankfully, she doesn't even know how to do this. Good luck regulating cryptocurrency, the only way you could regulate cryptocurrency this way based on every expert I know in the crypto world is to literally shut down the power, which I don't think is out of the realm of possibility because these truckers really have Trudeau on the ropes. Play cut 37. First, we are broadening the scope of Canada's anti money lauder laundering and terrorist financing rules. So that they cover crowdfunding platforms and the payment service providers they use. These changes cover all forms of transactions, including digital assets, such as cryptocurrencies. The illegal blockades have highlighted the fact that crowdfunding platforms and some of the payment service providers they use are not fully captured under the proceeds of crime and terrorist financing act. So you might hate the truckers, you might not like what they stand for, but there's something much broader at play here. It's not even about vaccines, okay? It's not even about free speech. It's about the death of a system of government that is right next to America.
Israel: A Nation With No King
"I'm talking to our friend Bill Federer. You can find him at American minute dot com and other places. He's written many wonderful books. Bill, you were just sharing something that is really not often enough mentioned. It's almost never mentioned. So take us back before we have king Saul roughly a thousand BC for 400 years after between Moses and Saul. We have millions of people, the nation of Israel, effectively governing themselves. What am I missing? Right, so Yale has on its coat of arms. Hebrew characters. The scholars at this time were called Christian hebraists, John Sadler, whose sister Anne married John Harvard. You had all these different scholars studying this first 400 year period when Israel came out of Egypt before they got king song. Now, one of my books I wrote is called who was the king in America? And I actually spent a few years researching every century of recorded human history from the elamites, which became Persia to the Assyrian to the neo Assyrians, the Babylonians to Alexander the Great, Julius Caesar, 2000 years of Egyptian pharaohs, 5000 years of Chinese emperors, Indian maharajas, the whole world, the most common form of governments, kings. And with military advancements, these kingdoms get bigger to find the king of England had the biggest. But the first instance in recorded human history of a nation with no king is Israel that first 400 years when they came out of Egypt. So 1400 BC, give or take a couple century Israel comes out of Egypt and for 400 years, no can. We don't really appreciate it until you realize when you look at all the other countries. That this is the first instance in all of recorded human history of a nation with millions of people in no
Barrett scores 28 as Knicks beat Clippers 110-102
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NBA marks 75th year: A look at the 80's
"Julius Julius Dr Dr J. J. Erving Erving and and NBA NBA hall hall of of Famer Famer and and in in NBA NBA and and ABA ABA champion champion says says players players in in the the eighties eighties the the league league success success to to the the previous previous generation generation shoulders shoulders we we wish wish all all cool cool you you know know who who was was right right many many many many years years yeah yeah Robert Robert S. S. and and Riley Riley of of three three time time NBA NBA coach coach of of the the year year says says the the league's league's popularity popularity exploded exploded because because of of the the rivalry rivalry between between the the Celtics Celtics Larry Larry Bird Bird and and the the Lakers Lakers Magic Magic Johnson Johnson so so to to run run this this is is the the media media also also played played up up the the rivalry rivalry and and help help make make the the NBA NBA as as popular popular as as it it has has become become a a norm norm hall hall
Northwestern holds on to beat No. 10 Michigan St 64-62
"Ryan Ryan young young delivered delivered eighteen eighteen points points and and eight eight rebounds rebounds as as northwestern northwestern pulled pulled off off a a sixty sixty four four sixty sixty two two upset upset of of tenth tenth ranked ranked Michigan Michigan state state east east Lansing Lansing the the Wildcats Wildcats held held on on after after Millie Millie call call missed missed a a three three pointer pointer with with four four seconds seconds left left and and Marcus Marcus Bingham Bingham failed failed to to hit hit the the front front end end of of a a one one on on one one with with seven seven tenths tenths of of a a second second to to play play the the Spartans Spartans had had won won nine nine in in a a row row before before northwestern northwestern pulled pulled off off its its first first road road win win over over a a top top ten ten team team in in nearly nearly five five years years Julius Julius marble marble had had a a career career high high eighteen eighteen points points for for the the Spartans Spartans I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
RJ Barrett bank in winning 3 at buzzer, Knicks beat Celtics
"Seven seven forty forty eight eight forty forty and and forty forty one one points points against against his his former former team team and and R. R. J. J. Barrett Barrett nailed nailed a a three three pointer pointer at at the the buzzer buzzer is is the the next next rally rally past past the the Celtics Celtics wanna wanna wait wait one one oh oh five five forty forty eight eight was was fifteen fifteen of of twenty twenty five five from from the the field field and and hit hit ten ten of of his his fourteen fourteen three three point point attempts attempts Julius Julius Randle Randle finished finished with with twenty twenty two two points points and and eight eight rebounds rebounds for for the the Knicks Knicks who who trailed trailed by by sixteen sixteen at at halftime halftime before before outscoring outscoring Boston Boston sixty sixty one one forty forty two two the the rest rest of of the the way way Jayson Jayson Tatum Tatum scored scored thirty thirty six six for for the the Celtics Celtics who who wasted wasted a a twenty twenty four four point point lead lead Tatum Tatum tied tied it it on on a a long long step step back back jumper jumper with with just just over over a a second second left left I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
Walker's triple-double leads Knicks over Hawks, 101-87
"Kemba Kemba Walker Walker in in Julius Julius Randle Randle carried carried the the next next to to their their first first Christmas Christmas day day win win in in a a decade decade a a one one a a one one eighty eighty seven seven decision decision over over the the cove cove it it depleted depleted hawks hawks Walker Walker delivered delivered ten ten points points twelve twelve assists assists and and ten ten rebounds rebounds making making him him the the seventh seventh player player with with a a triple triple double double on on Christmas Christmas Randall Randall had had twenty twenty five five points points and and twelve twelve boards boards to to help help New New York York and and Atlanta Atlanta six six game game road road winning winning streak streak seven seven forty forty A. A. and and Quentin Quentin Grimes Grimes each each scored scored fifteen fifteen for for the the Knicks Knicks John John Collins Collins and and align align right right each each scored scored twenty twenty for for the the hawks hawks who who were were playing playing without without all all star star Trae Trae young young among among nine nine players players in in NBA NBA health health and and safety safety protocols protocols I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
Update on the latest sports
"AP AP sports sports I'm I'm John John with with a a rare rare Tuesday Tuesday night night of of the the NFL NFL to to end end week week number number fifteen fifteen visual visual games games due due to to cope cope with with protocols protocols in in Philadelphia Philadelphia Jalen Jalen hurts hurts returned returned at at quarterback quarterback to to lead lead the the eagles eagles to to a a twenty twenty seven seven seventeen seventeen win win over over Washington Washington more more from from the the AP AP rodeos rodeos Dave Dave Emory Emory Jaylin Jaylin hertz hertz was was terrific terrific in in his his first first game game back back from from an an ankle ankle injury injury completing completing twenty twenty of of twenty twenty six six passes passes for for two two hundred hundred ninety ninety six six yards yards and and a a touchdown touchdown the the U. U. is is very very fundamental fundamental to to been been back back on on the the field field in in the the winter winter which which we we need need it it you you know know first first division division went went on on for for this this football football team team this this year year can can come come at at a a better better time time in in LA LA Matthew Matthew Stafford Stafford had had a a pair pair of of second second half half touchdowns touchdowns to to Cooper Cooper Kupp Kupp if if the the rams rams twenty twenty ten ten win win over over the the Seahawks Seahawks their their plan plan really really really really deep deep short short on on us us as as a a as as an an offense offense trying trying to to make make us us check check it it down down to to go go you you know know ten ten fifteen fifteen play play drives drives we're we're able able to to get get over over the the top top a a couple couple times times but but you you know know it's it's just just one one of of those those you you can can have have a a slug slug out out and and those those winds winds are are big big fish fish in in December December to to the the NBA NBA have have afforded afforded with with twenty twenty two two points points Julius Julius Randle Randle Kemba Kemba Walker Walker with with twenty twenty one one each each but but next next one one at at home home for for the the first first time time in in almost almost a a month month beating beating the the pistons pistons one one oh oh five five ninety ninety one one the the heat heat playing playing without without five five regulars regulars including including Jimmy Jimmy Butler Butler and and bam bam Adebayo Adebayo right right with with the the Pacers Pacers one one twenty twenty five five ninety ninety six six Tom Tom Barrett Barrett has has more more he he trailed trailed by by a a point point midway midway through through the the first first quarter quarter then then went went on on a a thirty thirty five five fourteen fourteen once once we we have have a a twenty twenty point point lead lead midway midway through through the the second second quarter quarter that that was was never never threatened threatened as as the the Miami Miami lead lead grew grew to to as as high high as as thirty thirty three three points points Duncan Duncan Robinson Robinson scored scored twenty twenty six six points points including including six six of of ten ten three three point point shots shots to to lead lead the the heat heat who who tied tied a a team team record record with with twenty twenty two two three three pointers pointers NBA NBA commissioner commissioner Adam Adam silver silver says says there's there's no no plans plans to to pause pause the the season season even even as as numbers numbers of of players players entering entering the the league league health health and and safety safety protocols protocols related related to to the the coronavirus coronavirus continue continue to to rise rise NHL NHL players players will will not not take take part part in in the the winter winter Olympics Olympics after after all all a a person person with with direct direct knowledge knowledge of of the the decision decision telling telling the the Associated Associated Press Press the the league's league's going going to to withdraw withdraw from from the the Beijing Beijing games games after after its its regular regular season season schedule schedule was was disrupted disrupted by by coronavirus coronavirus of of bricks bricks I'm I'm John John other other B. B. A. A. B. B. sports sports
Quickly hits 7 3-pointers, short-handed beat Rockets 116-103
"The the next next four four game game losing losing streak streak is is over over after after Immanuel Immanuel Quickley Quickley hit hit seven seven three three pointers pointers and and scored scored twenty twenty four four points points in in there there one one sixty sixty one one oh oh three three win win over over the the rockets rockets the the Knicks Knicks were were seventeen seventeen of of thirty thirty six six from from beyond beyond the the arc arc with with quickly quickly going going seven seven of of ten ten Evan Evan Forney Forney dropped dropped in in twenty twenty three three points points and and Julius Julius Randle Randle had had twenty twenty one one for for the the Knicks Knicks who who were were without without four four players players because because of of health health and and safety safety protocols protocols Derrick Derrick rose rose had had to to leave leave the the game game due due to to a a sore sore ankle ankle after after playing playing just just twelve twelve minutes minutes but but New New York York still still managed managed to to win win for for just just the the second second time time in in nine nine games games Daniel Daniel Theiss Theiss had had twenty twenty two two points points and and ten ten boards boards for for the the rockets rockets I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
DeRozan, LaVine help Bulls hang on to beat Knicks 119-115
"The the martyr martyr Roseanne Roseanne Zach Zach Levine Levine in in the the call call of of the the service service provided provided all all of of the the bowl's bowl's fourth fourth quarter quarter points points and and finished finished with with a a combined combined eighty eighty eight eight in in there there one one nineteen nineteen one one fifteen fifteen triumph triumph over over the the necks necks to to Rosen Rosen delivered delivered eighteen eighteen of of his his thirty thirty four four points points in in the the final final period period including including Chicago's Chicago's final final six six laveena laveena mucilage mucilage each each had had twenty twenty seven seven points points for for the the bulls bulls who who held held on on after after blowing blowing a a twenty twenty one one point point lead lead Julius Julius Randle Randle had had thirty thirty points points twelve twelve rebounds rebounds and and six six assists assists for for the the Knicks Knicks who who wore wore a a five five hundred hundred team team now now for for the the first first time time following following the the five five in in one one start start I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
Knicks recover to beat Lakers team missing suspended James
"The next wasted a twenty five point lead before Immanuel Quickley nailed four three pointers in the final period bailing out New York in a victory over the Lakers one oh six one hundred we came out ready to play and then they made some adjustments so we need it you know we know that we're gonna be ready to you know make that second push so we just you know want to withstand that and you know we need to get away so credits Argos Julius Randle added twenty points sixteen rebounds and five assists for the next despite foul trouble Evan Fournier scored twenty six to lead the Knicks Russell Westbrook had thirty one points thirteen rebounds and ten assists for LA which played while lebron James served a one game suspension for his altercation in Sunday's win over the pistons I'm Dave Ferrie
Julius Jones' family begs for clemency as execution nears
"Hours before he was slated to die convicted killer Julius Jones has been granted clemency in Oklahoma Oklahoma governor Kevin Stitt used his authority to spare the life of Julius Jones just hours before his scheduled execution there's been a public outcry over doubts about Jones is guilty in the slaying of a businessman more than twenty years ago during a car jacking the governor commuted the death sentence to life imprisonment without parole Jones says he was framed by the actual killer who had been a high school friend Oklahoma's Attorney General says he respects the governor's decision to grant clemency but he's convinced Jones is guilty the case was featured in a twenty eighteen documentary the last defense produced by actress viola Davis I'm
Randle leads Knicks past short-handed 76ers, 103-96
"Julius Randle led the way late in the fourth quarter for the next two came away with the one of the three ninety six win over the seventy Sixers up by one Randall scored ten points including a pair of threes in a thirteen three run that gave New York an eleven point lead Randall finished with a game high thirty one points those are the moments that are more in a moment you know that I want to drive and this is what was original work and just be a moment for con Corbat said nineteen for the Sixers who were without the services of the welding bead and bead joins a bioterrorism attack is viable on the health and safety protocol list Michael Luongo Philadelphia
Oil tanker explodes in Sierra Leone; scores feared dead
"Authorities say over ninety people on dead on around thirty others critically wounded off to an oil tanker exploded near Sierra Leone's capital in Africa the explosion people crowd around the oil tanker to collect leaking fuel of ticketed collided with another vehicle video obtained by the Associated Press shows a giant fireball burning in the night sky and charred remains of some victims ang strewn at the scene awaiting transport to mortuaries president Julius Maada bio in Scotland attending the U. N. climate talks deplored the horrendous loss of life well see Williams vice president visited two hospitals overnight he
"julius " Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"So they drafted with their early pick. Another player was really good and then with the twelfth pick they pick me when they pick me atlanta jumped up said now you can't have. We got a contract with a signing cards atlanta. Our also had a contract with legitimate are so Walkie draft had to khadr and And at the end of the day I stayed in virginia. And that's you know that's when it opened the dauphin iceman to you know to to be teammates too so you know take you pick you know who dr b s with oscar. Graham'll is man or you know Your fate is your fate so it was my faith to go the latter route. This salamis. no so you know you've you is is the code. Oj's right so when you when you first start getting the money where you sell concept rosy what did you go by was the same pitches of for coats hats. I'd be what type of what what did you do you. I got some money where he felt like all right. I got a good. I i could do something nice for me. What did you do was it was a. He told us he got the triple black Black eldorado delight day young fell. I got the chipper black. i say. Throw her yeah. I mean. I got the nice car I got a blue on blue and blue continental mark. Three martyring was out there. And i didn't go to get it. See i took two friends would be from college. I took a lonzo somerville hermit kirks so we wrote down by nineteen sixty months chevy palette. We wrote down there. Talk about trading it in for really like little cooper or something you know. Something new and Every quarter we tesco. All i heard was complaints and his too tight back in the back sealers too low. Or whatever so we come back we get another call little bigger. We were all four us for next thing. I know like three road trips with my boys. We got an continental. I heard it go. Complaining solve seeks plenty head room all kinds of gadgets updating your display up trade my car for that one. It costs a down payment with maybe about dollars two thousand dollars. 'cause i have a big bonus money whatever that was enough house enough to change the game. It was a game changer. I think an interview that you said that you you try to dump the ball at least once every year just to see if you still can get it. S still going on to this day. It actually is not willing. As long ago. I get up to a sixty three. Hey dixie three for that. I make sure i do it. Show i give you a couple of year. Pay as they these they take it. I give a couple year. I just wanna see i need to get through. I need to get to sixty three. Okay let's get to sixty three. I think meeks task human highlight yes. He he's duncan every year and already set. 'cause i did doug sixty four stopped. I didn't even try. And then i had showed the problem oil couple years ago. I said i'm this. I ain't got no senate now something that's right.
"julius " Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"Guy you know probably just as playground guys fly williams. You know comes to mind. Fly fly was five. But did i mean this goes on the guards who so many guards shaken bay disguise guys. Who in today's game. You want to see a show. That was a place where you can get a show. Have guys dribble like carry drove vr. No you've got some address. Man might be a disability as speaking knows nicknames. Mcknight's always take me back to you. Know one of quotas do like how was joke. Mass a york demeanor. Did you were you aware. Did you like this icon of coolness. Oh he was just doing you just so happen it everybody done for me. I didn't wanna be dr j. off the court. You know it was like alter ego thing. I never introduce myself as dr. South is julius Name my mother. Father gave me. And when i got on the court out like the superman right right on the cape with no government batman superman whatever you know like i said with the no lines. You're looking at a different guy. I was going to lodger data beading or even a speech without. I wanna go. Julius wanted to be. I wanted to be expected as that individual you know who is a considered Black american college educated. Who was bringing something else to the table. What i could bring athletically. I wanted to park the medic piece at the door to the arena and You know to something outside of the arena and so on the court was on the call. Was dr collins truce me. This is like one of many but like one of the pinch Moments like not. Tell them about We're gonna have jason. did that. Rarely sam he he went could get him excited and stuff like that like that. Raise you like that like literally. I grew up watching wild. My mom my mom was a bit advocacy. Who you know what i'm saying. Hey one gabby watching joy sound you. Pablo because zone. Wgn you know what i'm saying. So she was wearing like some earliest memories is of watching. You rock the cradle long on michael and like that's from my earliest memories of basketball. Now we get to sit here and chop it up with you on. Our satellite does like crazy a big blessed out of his. You know even though you're in the middle ages just gotta appreciate. Appreciated is all around the job. You guys did how chest watch play a very strong feelings for you and your abilities gateway adjusted adopted to the game. Did you know what else you know basketball. Fan to down. When i see the transition from player to bound player in that you can still be productive in something which you know that you liked to do whatever makes me happy pots. Jay proud of but i always get to talk about. I always talk about basketball every day. Or whatever solely really is to get the invitations you guys you know help you with your podcast obviously helped me keep my name. Allied rep intact. Whatever you know. I just appreciate to her. You're gonna be laughing l. I want to tell you this. I think i was like i had to be like six or seven in my mind when about me. A basketball goal and they were selling these basketball goes with your doctor. Jay go in these face on the back in had my autograph off little sports. Yeah i had to tear it up by now. We bought three up. So i was talking. How how you. Yeah outside about left to right here. Mom used to always give us used remember. Just always just in. You're based on the backboard which your autograph on it. And said that was that was cool. Man the whole whole question too about endorsements endorsements so in seventy seventy one turned pro and adidas officials shoe of the league and then the second year in the league. I actually got to deal with congress. Congress was universal bestseller during that time. They had the biggest market share sound with commerce. Which one of the first shoe endorsements goes my his comrades at that time. Were jimmy connors and chris. Everett got congress boss so we all had congress blocks minutes or around the same time and that was pretty special before that you know certainly back. Athletes wanna get notable endorsers remember jackie robinson endorsements as great as he was much of a game changer as he was and then after the past you know they had him going to. Coffey sat out there. You go a basketball giants that is right there. That's this car basketball. Hieaux art is lil- sport. The sports hillsborough play like j. Straight up yeah so we. We had lows board. We had a chapstick. We had coca-cola looking. You is just not yet the line that this it just opened the door and floodgate and so for me. I said well let me be very careful about what. I leapt to attach my name facing lightness to so you know we age talked about. Just get on for the kramer crop. Kid is do everything. You can't be all thanks to all people mucosal. Both gopher crema props. That was patented we. We did that right up into becoming coca-cola butler roussel bill cosby you know. Alway eighty nine hundred five. That was like crowning relationship counting lesson. Another go goes everything you've been around like the climate change of like Racism like a outta the league's now are really being social justice. Being helping out of issues that are a lot of the black athletes have and so forth. Also you come from. The seventies always announced that unit saying how these lease win led black athletes. Do certain things or staying in certain hotels or do certain things to now. They're supporting now only the athletes. But they're doing it publicly on. Tv show showing support. Like speak on that to see how they change at is forty your chance than went from this so where we at now. We still got a long way to go. But you know we closed while this there's no end to. It is no end to this. Particular cycle with there is is a change. Continuous change so act. Predate the seventies and the sixties who my teenage years in oldest when john f. kennedy got assassinated six degrees followed by a reverend king if insisted in nineteen sixty eight sixty nine. Now that kennedy sas nation walk next subsidization. Whatever so that was the tone you start. Start talking about it appreciation of life in now life. It's very fickle. Because somebody could get a gun had get by security which is supposed to be the best security in the raja. You take somebody out whatever so now you gotta parkey igla door and you gotta say well you know our when i go out at night and i wanna come back home you know so we will all watch during that time and i think a lot of activity occurred but there was no internet. You know so now you know you guys could say something on this podcast that gets picked up and whole world could start talking about right immediately. Four it took time for the messages to go across the and travel from one city to another country to you know so the world moved a lot slower during that time guys with high school with the now right so sixty seven sixty eight sixty nine so the three years there were dozen to went and a.
"julius " Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids
"Many of the discoveries and inventions were made in the city of rome. Romans invented the calendar. Who used today however it was inaccurate and did not follow the seasons. So the emperor julius caesar made some corrections and improved it to the version. We know today one that is based on the sun. Three hundred sixty five days and twelve months and matches the seasons now that we know something about julius caesar. Let's learn about who he really was. Guys julius caesar was born in july one hundred bc in suburbia a city of rome. His parents were nobles in the city. They were well known but not rich as a young boy julius. Caesar started his education at the young age of six and learned important skills from his tutor. He was taught to develop excellent speaking skills and exceptional leadership qualities. It was only because his parents wanted him to become a noble just like them and even become a king someday. By the time he turned six his father passed away and he became the head of the household. All of the responsibilities of the house. Were now his and he had to represent his house. In the court of nobles at the age of seventeen julius got married to cornelia the daughter of a powerful politician during that time there was a fight between his two uncles. Julius didn't want to fight with his family members and thought it was foolish so to escape the fight. He joined the army and left rome while in the army. Julius fought many wars and became a brave warrior who started getting recognition in the army quickly began to reach higher and higher ranks in the government. He made friends with many influential leaders namely crassus who has a wealthy businessman and general pompey. Who was the best military commander back then. Influential means having power and wealth. By the time. Caesar returned to rome. He was famous among the people and was loved widely due to his victories and his good speaking skills by the age of forty he was elected as the console. Console was the uppermost rink in the roman government similar to a president. He remained in this position for one year then. He was appointed the governor of a province named gall as a result he was granted four legions. Legions are large groups of soldiers in the military who protect the cities and during wars fight battles. Julius was an extraordinary general goal surrounded by tribes who did not live according to the roman rule the military feared them as they had a very strong army however the troops were divided among themselves and fought with each other taking advantage of their own conflicts. Caesar led his troops into battle against them and became victorious due to his smart thinking. He managed to conquer all of gaul history. Teach again site gained him. The respect of his army strategic insight means the ability to find solutions to big problems after his success. Julius caesar was considered to be as good in war strategy as the great general pompey nowadays historians consider him as one of the best military commanders in history while he was in position as governor. The politics in rome became very aggressive. Many leaders started to dislike. Julius caesar because of his success even general pompey who used to be a good friend of julius became jealous. This jealousy turned hostile and the tooled friends turned into rivals while julius caesar was supported and loved by the people pompey had the support of the corrupt people who actually nobles and rich businessmen. Caesar then decided to run for console or president again. He announced his intentions to gain the support of his people but the roman senate was against him because they didn't like him. The senate asked julius to give up his post as the general of the army. But caesar refused. The government cannot accept that he had dared to defy them so they called him a traitor of the nation. Both sides declared war. This was the great civil war of rome that lasted four years. Caesar began marching his army towards rome to fight against the senate general pompey was leading the soldiers of the senate but caesar won the battle and gained total control of rome. He kept fighting pompey till he finally managed to beat him eighteen months later by this time he had chased him all the way to egypt. Pompey fled to save his life but was captured by the pharaoh who had him executed the pharaohs were the ancient rulers of egypt. This victory in war may julius caesar the most powerful man in the world. He returned to his home. The roman empire in forty six bc he managed to crush everyone who resisted him in the government and was appointed dictator perpetuo which means dictator forever when he came to power roma suffering from financial or money issues because of the wars. It was always fighting. It was very expensive to wage war and sent all of the workers off to battle. Julius changed the government and made improvements for the poor he even passed. Various laws ultimately bringing rome back to its former glory. He made other changes to rome and transformed it into a magnificent city. He ordered the rebuilding of the great city. Carthage which was destroyed in the punic wars. It was a part of ancient civilization and later became the second largest city in rome. One of his best achievements was the julian calendar which is the basis of our calendar. We use today. Not only was julius. Caesar a warrior he was very learned. He was also said to be one of the best writers in rome. He wrote several poems and many books on march fifteenth. Forty four bc. Some people have rome including other leaders in the government where unhappy with his rule. They thought that he was too powerful which he was and he would destroy the roman empire which was based on a republic ruled by a group of leaders rather than one person so they decided to put an end to his rule. Cassius and brutus to julius friends led the plot to assassinate him. When julius caesar entered the senate they crept up on him assassinated him. His death is still remembered. Today on the fifteenth of march. As the ides of march. Julius caesar was very ambitious which means he worked very hard to be smart and strong so he could become powerful and his country. He increases power through violence and eventually took control of all of rome. Historical people like have many sides which means they do some good things but also some bad things as well take some time to reflect on this and think of people you know who may have good traits and not so good traits but regardless julius caesar will go down in history as one of the most influential leaders of all time. We hope you enjoyed this. Episode about julius. Caesar be sure to tune in next monday for a new episode..
"julius " Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids
"Guys julius caesar was born in july one hundred bc in suburbia a city of rome. His parents were nobles in the city. They were well known but not rich as a young boy julius. Caesar started his education at the young age of six and learned important skills from his tutor. He was taught to develop excellent speaking skills and exceptional leadership qualities. It was only because his parents wanted him to become a noble just like them and even become a king someday. By the time he turned six his father passed away and he became the head of the household. All of the responsibilities of the house. Were now his and he had to represent his house. In the court of nobles at the age of seventeen julius got married to cornelia the daughter of a powerful politician during that time there was a fight between his two uncles. Julius didn't want to fight with his family members and thought it was foolish so to escape the fight. He joined the army and left rome while in the army. Julius fought many wars and became a brave warrior who started getting recognition in the army quickly began to reach higher and higher ranks in the government. He made friends with many influential leaders namely crassus who has a wealthy businessman and general pompey. Who was the best military commander back then. Influential means having power and wealth. By the time. Caesar returned to rome. He was famous among the people and was loved widely due to his victories and his good speaking skills by the age of forty he was elected as the console. Console was the uppermost rink in the roman government similar to a president. He remained in this position for one year then. He was appointed the governor of a province named gall as a result he was granted four legions. Legions are large groups of soldiers in the military who protect the cities and during wars fight
"julius " Discussed on Cults
"Of the group soon after her marriage lisa became pregnant. When lisa's daughter was born julius chose her name. It should have been the final. Blow that decimated. Lisa's sense of self but motherhood was just what she needed to wake her up to the only thing left in her power but choice to leave knowing all of the awful things that happened to the girls and women of the work. Lisa couldn't stomach the idea of raising her daughter there and yet julius and his organization were all lisa had ever known years of programming battled. Her motherly instincts fear and out playing lisa for the first couple years of her daughter's life finally in nineteen ninety-two. She found the courage to take her daughter and get out even then after. Nearly two decades under julius is thumb. Lisa felt terrified. She was making the wrong choice. Her mother and brother remained with. Julius cut off all contact with her. She dug deep within herself for the strength to continue for the sake of her daughter. After the years of accusations and civil suits. lisa wasn't the only one leaving the group. The meeting hall seemed to get emptier by the day has his following dried up. Disaster loomed over julius horizon. Coming up the multi million dollar business empire. Paul sweetman built comes. Crashing down signaling. The end this episode is brought to you by flavio. If you've ever wondered how ecommerce brands know how to send the right message to the right people at the right time. It's because they have the right data and the right tools like flavio. Flavio helps brands. Create personalized multichannel. Marketing campaigns using your most powerful asset your customer data cleo integrates with all leading ecommerce platforms helping. You use your customer data in real time to send more relevant email and sms automations. It's simple easy and fast enough for anyone to use. You can get started with your first campaign in under an hour and build from there with flavio. 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After decades of manipulation and abuse sixty nine year old julius shack now was quickly losing members of the work even still he continued proclaiming his own divinity despite his devilish behaviour in nineteen ninety-three. Julius made his first tv appearance in over a decade on new england cable news. Julius wore large glasses and a hearing aid along with maroon. Mister rogers s cardigan. His hair cascaded around his shoulders. Though there was far less of it on top of his head. His beard had more salt than pepper far from the dynamic young preacher he had pin. Julius health seemed decline pulse wedeman. Julius is right hand man observed silently from behind the cameras when asked why he had decided to give the interview. Julius replied i feel now it's time for everybody to know who i am and why i'm on earth s. He had an all past interviews julius happily pontificated on his own beliefs. He claimed humans have become irredeemably evil and his presence accelerated the end times. Julius went back to some of his favourite lines sitting forward in his chair. He said i'm here to close the world in fiery judgments. I'm here to punish man for sinning against me allowed to continue uninterrupted. Julius elaborated on the many groups and institutions he had come to punish and destroy. He said he was going to end the christian church and would raise the dead so they testify against their wrongdoers during armageddon. He looked down from heaven and wouldn't see a single good person left during his speech. The camera closed in on his face. Never breaking i contact with the interviewer. Julius eyes were dark and dull though what he was saying was horrifying grandiose. Julius seemed bored. But when the interviewer brought up julius special work and past allegations of sexual abuse. Julius finally perked up anger his voice got somehow lower more menacing. Julius held up a finger to the interviewers face like a principal scolding a misbehaving student. You didn't agree to that. We end the meeting right now. You wouldn't understand that. Julius was well practiced at silencing. Would be accusers. A two thousand seventeen study published in the journal of aggression maltreatment and trauma stated that many perpetrators of interpersonal violence deploy three-part strategy to confuse and silence their victims the acronym darbeau stands for deny attack and reverse and offender. Julius displayed this technique. Many times over the years when reporters attempted to confront him when pressed further. Julia said his accusers were lying out of hatred. He wouldn't respond to these questions because he wouldn't allow himself to be mocked by viewers. Julius stood and declared the interview over the cameras followed him down the hall as he attempted to flee saying. I don't wanna be on your cameras. Get that camera off of me. Or i'll break it with power..
"julius " Discussed on Cults
"Listen free only on spotify. This episode is brought to you by carmax. Whether you wanna buy your next car online on the lot or at home the people at carmax have you covered because at carmax the best way to buy a car is your way shop. Thousands of carmax certified quality vehicles at carmax dot com. Buy online and choose from curbside pickup or home delivery in select markets. Then take a full month and up to fifteen hundred miles to love it or return it. That's car shopping. The way it should be at carmax learn more at carfax dot com now back to the story. The nineteen eighties were disastrous decade for julius shack now public allegations of his sexual predation were costing him followers in one thousand nine hundred eighty six the daughter of his second in command. Paul sweetman brought a civil suit against julius. Beverly sweetman alleged that she'd been forced to have sex with julius when she was just fifteen years old. She filed suit in new jersey. Where the shack now. Sweetman families lived at the time of the abuse bunk. Fortunately she couldn't bring criminal charges against julius due to the state's statute of limitations in the end. The parties settled the claim quietly for an undisclosed amount of money part of the agreement included sealing the details of her complaint from the public. Despite this beverly's lawsuits seemed to inspire others in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven. The hartford current interviewed four women who all alleged julius had raped them. They spoke anonymously because they still had friends and family in the group they knew their loved ones would be punished severely for their choice to speak out. One woman told the current that paul sweetman took her to a motel to meet julius at only thirteen years old. they're. Julius raped her under the pretense of getting closer to god. Julius abused her twelve year old sister shortly after another woman who will refer to as. amy said. she was over eighteen when julius approached her. She told the current that julius use scripture to prove that his actions were part. Of god's will after several unconscious with julius. Amy became pregnant six months into her pregnancy. Paul sweetman told her to come drive with him. She wanted where he might be taking her but she knew better than to question the chief apostle they drove for hours before pulling into the parking lot of a new jersey clinic. Initially amy felt confused. Julius forbade seeing doctors. But then amy got a closer look at the sign. Paul had taken her to an abortion clinic. Amy knew she had no say in the matter dejectedly. She followed paul through the doors. They're the doctor told paul that she was too far long for a legal procedure. Unfortunately it was only short. Lived reprieve three weeks later. Paul returned. he had found a doctor in new york city. Who agreed to perform the abortion. As amy recounted her story to reporters tears filled her is when asked to comment on the allegations made against him by the various women. Julius became belligerent. He told them. I have no comment. You know why. Because you are ignorant of god and his ways you're interested in smutty material that will satisfy the lustful eyes and ears of your readers. Despite julius says refusal to comment there was plenty of information available to readers and more came in by the day in august of one thousand nine hundred eighty eight karen shack. Now goodwin holy spirit. Joanne's daughter filed a suit similar. Beverly sweet men's she named all three leaders as defendants alleging. They had groomed her from the age of eleven to accept julius sexual abuse which she endured for years beginning at a young age. Like beverly karen privately settled out of court in may nineteen eighty nine. The terms weren't disclosed to the public and all parties agreed not to comment once again. The terrible trinity had used their influence on one of their own children to dodge a reckoning. Three years later. Another one of julius children was in the spotlight but this time he was one of the accused twenty nine year old. Daniel sweetman had grown up in the work leaders. Put him in. Charge of the youth choir. Fanny off and babysat for families in the group in nineteen ninety-two police arrested. Daniel and charged him with sexually abusing four children. The trial was brief as all the children testified to the abuse. Ultimately daniel pled guilty his psychologist a christman diagnosed him with sex addiction. She called daniel naive and socially inept person looking for love in all the wrong places. A two thousand one study in the british journal of psychiatry found having been a victim of childhood sexual abuse was a strong predictor of whether a person became a perpetrator while daniel never claimed abuse his sister. Karen alleged that julius had forced her to watch him having sex with her mother siblings and others. Even though daniels psychologist recommended he be sent to a treatment program. The judge sentenced daniel to one year in federal prison for sexual abuse of minors as these revelations rocked the public. Julius raged against the media coverage he told his followers not to believe the stories. He said that just like jesus. He too was being persecuted. Julius than doubled down on his apocalyptic message by claiming that the attacks sign that the end times were closer than ever julius. His sermons became ever more terrifying as his paranoia grew. He warned his remaining followers. That people would be coming for them. He said that at any moment armed soldiers could burst through the doors to kill them. All most importantly julius preached they needed to be prepared to lay down their lives to save him with armageddon so close followers. Were especially fearful of crossing julius. No one dared risk their salvation. Right when it mattered. Most his demands and treatment grew harsher. Yet they clung to julius even tighter by nineteen ninety. Two longtime members like lisa. Oliver were terrified by the thought of leaving a few years earlier. Leadership forced lease at a drop out of high school during her senior year. Julius had taught that education was dangerous because the human mind was an enemy to god. Even still she couldn't let go of her dream of going to college and ask for a meeting with julius to beg for his permission. Lisa had barely finished the question before. Julia slammed his hand on the large would desk between them absolutely not he declared. Lisa remained frozen at her seat. Julius towered over her as he berated her. He said he knew the only thing girls did in college was for kate shaking and near tears. Lisa gave up on all of her dreams. At that moment she realized she had no control. No say over what would happen to her. As if to drive the point home within a couple of years.
"julius " Discussed on Cults
"Thanks. Greg researcher phillies. Work focuses on social humiliation and societies. He defines humiliation as a demonstrative exercise of power against one or more persons. There are a number of ways that victims historically have responded to humiliation anger and a desire for revenge are common however in cases where the victim also realizes their powerlessness against the humiliation. This anger often sets up cycles of violence against themselves and their peers. Another typical responses feeling guilt or shame. Dr leask rights resorting to a sense of shame is also a way of seeking to control what is uncontrollable by admitting or claiming ones part in it. The victim blames himself for doing wrong. Not the person who has wronged him ultimately the powerlessness felt by. Victims of humiliation. Can lead to paranoia and depression. Though one might think experiences like this would have cost. Julius followers it actually served to tighten his grip many had been with him for years if not decades after dedicating that much time it was easier for them to accept they were bad believers rather than believers in a bad god. As far as gods went julius was as bad as they got. Julia still performed what he called his special work with. The female members of the group and invitation to julius bed was supposedly a blessing. One they were never expected to refuse. Age didn't matter to julius or if it did he preferred young girls. Even senior members began to take notice wondered if they were right to be following. God who could take such advantages. The julius was just one part of the rotten trinity leading the work. Julius dubbed joanne sweetman the embodiment of the holy spirit members were taught to revere her much the same way they julius former business developer. Paul sweetman was julius chief apostle and second in command. While joanne and paul helped procure women and girls for julius special work. They mainly focused on the financial side of the operation together. They had built a multimillion dollar real estate empire on the back of loyal congregants. They face legal repercussions in nineteen eighty-three for their abusive labor practices. But since then business has continued as usual then in one thousand nine hundred eighty five. A former apostle named stephen rand filed a one point. Five million dollar lawsuit against the work for years ran had served as vice president and manager of the works real estate business jay an north over those years he earned between two hundred dollars in two hundred seventy dollars a week. Depending on what. Joanne felt like paying. He told the local meriden record journal. They would look at your budget and knock off percentage and let you live on that always figuring you're asking for too much money to highlight the works payment practices. The same article mentioned a previous suit this one featured another former apostle frank powerful who spoke about how joanne and paul's financial schemes. Got him in trouble with the irs. According to paul in nineteen seventy eight. Paul and joanne reported to the irs that they had paid him thirty six thousand dollars that stuck powerful with a large tax bill despite allegedly never seeing any of that money he told the record journal. I wouldn't call it. Mismanagement of funds labor managed very well for own purposes rand. Paul eventually settled their lawsuits out of court. While we don't know much about how much powerful god rand only received twenty five thousand dollars in addition to calling out the sweet. Men's business practices rand. Paul and former members also went on record about julius sexual predation rancid. Julius special work ultimately caused him to leave according to rand. Julius said he was never going to stop until he dies from a bullet in the brain. Paul commented on. Julius is apparent fetish for young girls telling reporters if my daughters were older. And i was still in. I know exactly what would happen against my will. And without my permission. Stephen rand lived that exact nightmare. His ex wife had chosen to stay in the group with their eleven year. old daughter. Before leaving randy tempted to broach the subject of julius sexual abuse with the sweet. Men's according to rand the sweetman said they let julius prey on the group because they were more concerned that otherwise he would get bored and get involved with the company's though these massive bombshells were only just falling on the public. it wasn't news to insiders. Let trinity's activities had lost the work a steady stream of followers reports varied but in the mid eighties. The group had shrunk from several hundred to anywhere between two hundred fifty and one hundred twenty members. These losses weren't limited to just those less devoted to the cause of postles and other members of julius inner circle also fled though. Paul and joanne seemed to maintain a luxury lifestyle of large houses and fancy new cars. The loss of followers affected the group's businesses given the dwindling followers and revenue. It's no surprise. Julius turned up the intimidation tactics to control those who remained addition to verbal and physical abuse. Julius continued making outlandish claims of power. He predicted disaster injury. And even death for anyone. Who dared defy him. Julius is theology always been a rather strange mix of christian new wage and sci fi but the media pressure seemed to fan the flames of fire and brimstone his claims to reach new levels of derangement when the challenges space shuttle exploded on national. Tv in one thousand nine hundred six. Julius told his followers he'd 'cause the disaster is reason to prevent earth people from meddling with his followers on jupiter though his head was in space that same year. A civil suit brought julius back down to earth. A woman in her thirties allege she had forced to have sex with julius when she was just fifteen years old this time though the suit came from someone with intimate knowledge of the works inner circle. The woman's name was beverly sweetman. Paul sweetman now estranged daughter coming up a public betrayal close to home. Dramatically changes the tide for julius. Hi it's vanessa from podcast and i'm here to tell you about my new ten episode limited series obituaries. There's some of the most iconic figures of all time celebrated in death for their individual achievements an impact on society but in life the relationships. They kept telling a different story. One of unexpected connections that yielded extraordinary. Change every wednesday on obituaries. Join my co host. 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"julius " Discussed on Historical Figures
"Result all the same and yet you still had the assassins killed well yes murder is murder a crime no matter the victim surely you I would agree. You are ruthless man Cesar. There's no other way for Caesar to be. You are welcome to stay in the palace if you choose to stay in Egypt for a while. Thank you I look forward to delving into many more of Egypt spudis and treasurers and thus began a legendary a romance between Julius Caesar and Queen Cleopatra When Cleopatra and her brother went to war against each other it was her alliance with Caesar. That turned the tide title battle. Caesar's armies quickly installed Cleopatra as the Sole Pharaoh of Egypt Cleopatra and Caesar never married or really made the relationship public although it was the worst kept secret and all of Rome. Cleopatra was a constant visitor of Caesar's villa. It wasn't hard to connect the dots. The two of them did likely have a son together and end up until Caesar's death they were in love. No one in Rome. Ever took Caesar to task for having a romance with Cleopatra while he was still married in Rome it wasn't considered sittard adultery. If the relationship was with a person of a foreign land another reason for Caesar getting away with it was that now he was a completely beloved leader of the Roman People Camman he had to have some enemies obviously but instead of conscripting them like Sola had done in his youth. Caesar pardoned them all. He kept all his enemies alive. Live how is that a good idea. Well after he took out the last of pompey's supporters around the outskirts of the Roman Empire. Caesar returned to Rome in initially made peace with everyone. He could with him not killing anyone else. Everyone was comfortable with Caesar's rule no one really opposed him and he was made dictator with pretty much. No no issues. Well not everyone was comfortable with Caesar. There were some that found the celebration of Caesar's return in very poor taste as it was Romans. He defeated not foreign born invaders in any case. Caesar kept his dictatorship this time around and began to enact sweeping changes. Caesar never allowed the images of his youth to escape him and he realized that since the days of Marius and Solas war that the Roman republic had been in a state of constant anarchy and that the power struggle between the consoles the Senate and the triumphs would only serve to contribute to the fall of Rome so he established a new constitution in hopes of restoring the government into a strong unit Senate and in hopes of uniting all of Rome's various territories into a single cohesive empire. Caesar went to work passing nonstop legislation that he felt helped worked towards his new goal. He took a new census. In order to lessen the tax and green burden placed upon the people he restructured debt and rewarded families. Who bore many children hoping to quickly repopulate Rome? After so many wars his longest lasting legacy was the restructuring of the calendar. He took inspiration from the adoption. Calendar which was based upon the sun and added three months to account for difference and season the Julian calender made its debut on January first forty five BC e and it basically is the calendar. We still use today on the most important decision at the time. And the one that directly led to Caesar's downfall was the changes he made made to the Senate from here on out. I and I alone will make all decisions. That will have an impact on our great empire. You are all Welcome to come in and debate the matter as you wish but all laws all matters of state will come by my hand. This this is betrayal. This goes against all that room stands for. This is for everything that Rome stands for. This is a rebirth of this great city. This great empire after years of you fools wasting our time and money and arguments and civil war. It is time time someone rose to the occasion to return Rome to its original splendor and that person is Julius. Caesar Yeah Yeah. Remember those people that weren't too happy with the celebration of Caesar's return it was mostly the Senate and the Senate saw the republic crumbling before their eyes and they knew they had to act and act fast. So as you probably remember from reading your Shakespeare in high school many of the senators including Caesar's trusted general brutus conspired it to murder Caesar and restore the Senate's power. Once you may not know is that Shakespeare wasn't creating fiction when he wrote about the soothsayer warning. Caesar of the ides heads of March. Beware the ides of March. In fact Caesar allegedly had plenty of warning before his assassination. According to legend a bird flew into into the hall of Pompeii just days before the murder took place and tore a Laurel branch to pieces as if POMPEII had come back to devise the death of his enemy and a friend friend had said that one of his horses wandered off and began to cry signifying. A great death was about to occur and even a few months before a tomb in the Roman colony of Capela Capela was opened and allegedly one of the vases inside was inscribed with a warning that Italy would pay great price if the tomb was ever disturbed it basically the entire universe was trying to warn Caesar of this great tragedy some Roman historians questioned. Why Caesar didn't take more heed? These warnings some some theorize that Caesar knew he was growing ill and did not care if he died soon or that he knew that his death would only further his 'cause we're all others theorized that Caesar was was buying into his own hype and that he was a god who couldn't be touched on March fifteenth forty four BC. One of the most notable and famous deaths in all of history occurred but fate tried to intervene one more time. Marc Anthony. Why what's the rush rush? Have no time for your games drew bonus and must make it to the Senate floor before but Anthony. They've already in the middle of their meeting interrupt. Them would not be wise. You don't understand. They're they're going to. Oh no not on this to Trapani. It's too late Anthony by now. Dita's it's done. It is for the best of this public. There's nothing you can do you monsters. You fail to realize what you're doing you are starting let me through. Now it's useless. There is nothing you can do to save him. Don't make yourself an enemy. You not an enemy for killing an innocent man in cold blood. Let me go. Let me go. Hello Mark Antony would fail to reach Caesar and time ignorant of what was to come. Caesar's stepped into the Senate chambers and never again stepped out you to my child. Julius Caesar was dead at the age of fifty five but as much as the Senate tried couldn't quiet the legacy of Caesar their air conspiracy would fail the Roman people who had taken a liking to Caesar would revolt against the Senate mark. Antony would lead Caesar's loyal soldiers into war against against the last vestiges of the republic. The Roman Empire had begun. Caesar's adoptive son Gas Octavius. Augustus would eventually become Rome's I emperor Julius Caesar looked his whole life to leave a legacy and to bring greatness to the Caesar name and I would say he was pretty successful at it. It's hard to put into words. Exactly what Caesar's legacy is it expands far beyond what we can ever imagine. He began the Roman Empire helping to spread Rome's influence influence and intellect around the globe. He is the iconic image of the dictator one of the earliest examples of the cult of personality and inspired people such as Napoleon and Mussalini to practice their own form of caesarian rule. But the fact that Julius Caesar is one of history's most famous names and that we are. We're still talking about him here and now says much about Julius legacy than anything else could he wanted to be remembered and he truly.
"julius " Discussed on Historical Figures
"Deal by offering pompeii the hand of his daughter Julia and promising crassus the repayment of his debts and Caesar himself engaged aged in another political marriage of his own cal purnea the daughter of a high ranking senator at first the group operated in secret only helping each other in the shadow shadows of Rome but with any group that powerful it eventually has to come out in the open when Caesar proposed a law that would redistribute lands to the poor by force crassus in Pompeii both publicly supported. It outing the group's consolidation Caesar's fellow console business could not stand idly by and watch this happen though we might have wished he did. This is an outrage. This is madness. We let these three run wild while the omens are unfavorable Oh and the oracles only see darkness. I demand we make this new law void in order to protect this republic silence have. Aw God's do something now we must. We must fight this injustice. Throw the horse excrement on them. Yeah there's nothing more humiliating or to some more funny than being covered in Poop. Fibula probably didn't find it funny but he sure was embarrassed. He spent the rest of his console ship. In his home refusing to come out resulting in Caesar being unopposed in his power especially considering considering that the senators and other leaders saw this incident and were intimidated to oppose Caesar as well. Many Roman writers referred to fifty nine BC as the console ship of Julius. And Caesar as Caesar's year in the console ship was ending many of Rome's most powerful were ready to Nail Caesar for all of his misdeeds in the plays at power. But Caesar had the last laugh here as well. By the end of his time as consul he was able to secure himself a position as the governor of SIS Alpine Gaulle but more importantly he set his time as governor for a total of five years. which meant that? He had immunity from prosecution for those entire five years has much as the aristocracy of Rome wanted to strangle Caesar legally. Now they couldn't and Caesar was smart enough to not take the chance that they would illegally strangle him mm-hmm so as soon as his counsel ship was over he wrote off into the sunset towards Gaul. Caesar might have escaped unscathed but he now had to reset his life. In in many senses he was away from Rome back in large debt and found himself in command of four legions of soldiers so he did. What any sensible man and would do he conquered? Most of the known world seems reasonable. In that first year alone Caesar raised an additional two legions of soldiers and took on the tribes tribes that surrounded his area of rule by year two. He had doubled the size of his army and had taken most of Gaul by force. Caesar was officially in. Take no prisoners. Disner mode sir coming across the river. I see that soldier. Shall I prepare the votes of no. No gather what materials you can. We're going to build a bridge. Excuse me Sir. Are you deaf soldier. We're going to build a bridge across this river and continued this conquest. But Sir we could just take the boots the boats limit. How many of us can cross soldier? And besides that we must show these tribes that we are Romans we you must show them that. Nobody can match our power our passion and our ability to take the fight to them no matter which river or mountain they hide behind and we are Rome and we will take our enemies no matter the cost yes sir and besides a bridge is just more dignified will return to our story in just a moment now back to the life of Julius Caesar soon all of Gaul was taken. Now under Caesar's control he controversially included the GERMANIC tribes. He conquered into his army. Since it was against against Roman Law to include foreign lands in Roman armies Caesar reunited with his triumphant buddies to consolidate their alliance crassus and POMPEII agreed to to run for consul ship. And after they succeeded in getting elected they extended Caesar's governorship to an unprecedented ten years. Not only could Caesar continue to avoid being taken to task for his brash political and military actions but now he could continue to be Alexander. The great aunt have the world at his feet and with most of Modern Day Europe now under his grasp. Caesar looked across the sea to the Isle of Britain. For once however Caesar found himself in a stalemate eight and due to an approaching winter he had to retreat. If the Germans had studied there Julius Caesar history before invading Russia in World War Two. Well who knows in the spring however Caesar returned to Britain with a bigger army and a better sense of the land and was very close to completely overtaking it which would have completely completely altered the history of Western civilization as we know it. The British Empire would've ended before it had begun the monarchy Britain's financial power its eventual expansion expansion around the world and throughout Europe. All probably would not have happened. Had Britain fall into the Roman Empire. Even imagining how Britain would have fared during the fall of the Roman Empire. It's hard to imagine the implication of a Roman takeover of the UK fortunately for Britain. And unfortunately for Caesar back in Rome things were erupting into chaos crisis had been killed in an unsuccessful invasion of the east and Julia had died while giving birth to pompey's child word. Got Back to Cesar of Crassus and Julius death and that POMPEII had been elected emergency console. Caesar saw the triumphant crumbling before his eyes and offered Pompeii pay the hand of his great niece but POMPEII had already married. The daughter of a noted political opponent of Caesar's the triumphant was no more singing the signs on the wall. That Rome was on the verge of a civil war. Caesar left Britain before his conquests could be completed. Rome came before his personal thirst for power but for good measure. He stopped a couple of gallic revolts on the way back home and continued to grow his army as they marched to Rome. Man Caesar on the warpath literally literally he was taking things over for nine straight years according to Greek and Roman historian plutarch during his governorship. Caesar killed one million men. Enslaved one million more conquered three hundred tribes and burned eight hundred cities to the ground. It's probably a bit of an exaggeration duration probably but considering how much ground Caesar covered it honestly might not be that far off by fifty BC. Caesar was finally home to take on his city. Sir We are approaching the Rubicon. Are you sure you only need a single legion sir. We're all ready to fight for you. Stand Down Soldier. One Legion will be more than enough. They already fear the idea of me. There's no need to expend more men or energy than necessary. Yes Sir Ready when you are Sir let the die be cast. Let's go men. Caesar was correct in his assumption. Despite having a larger army than Caesar did POMPEII and many of his followers fled the city as soon as word of Caesar's arrival reached the Senate about reputation preceding you with Pompeii out of the city. Caesar arrived and placed his most trusted General Mark Antony in charge of the city while he left pursue pompeii now seen as a traitor for leaving Rome. In its time of need. Caesar's Army marched for twenty seven. Straight days finally catching up to Pompeii in Greece though POMPEII was able to escape. Caesar Hanley defeated pompey's army and accepted their surrender. Caesar returned to Rome now. A hero WPRO. Instead of the feared power-hungry criminal he had been seen as ten years. Before in quite a turnaround. The name of Caesar was once again held in high regard. He was was appointed dictator but immediately step down from the position in order to temporarily restore the republic and become a consul again which allowed him to leave for Egypt when he received word that POMPEII had made an appearance there when he arrived in Egypt however he discovered the POMPEII had already been assassinated. He was presented with pompey's head. Allegedly Caesar began to cry and sentenced the assassins to death under Roman law. Cesar had a very complicated relationship with Pompeii. He was a friend partner husband of his daughter and great enemy. I wouldn't doubt Caesar broke down at that moment while in Egypt. Caesar decide to see if you could make some alliances. It was here that he met Cleopatra Queen Cleopatra I present Consul Julius Caesar of Rome thank you you Awadh dismissed a pleasure to meet you. Cleopatra the pleasure is all mine welcome to Egypt thank you. Egypt has indeed been quite welcoming assassinating your greatest enemy. I suppose that's coming. I was most disappointed that I didn't strike the final blow to pompey himself. But I came here to see justice be served on Rome's behalf and though not the way I intended it is a.
"julius " Discussed on Historical Figures
"Took a great interest in Caesar most likely as a favor Tamari us and took him under his wing during his time in power sin is noted as a man who easily made a tyranny looked like democracy wonder if that will come back up and Caesar's lifetime Senate Zinta thought so highly of the young Julius Caesar that he allowed him to marry his daughter. wait what happened to Cassia well as the Fleming dials Caesar was required required to marry into the upper class and although Cassia was wealthy she was still a member of what was essentially the middle class at the time. Also the law required Caesar to break off off his relationship with his bride. Indeed Cassuto was left in the dust and Caesar was married to Cornelia the daughter of CINNA. So Caesar's plan to get power through. Marriage still was successful just not in the way he expected. Cornelia and Cesar had a single child together. Julia and Caesar seemed happy. It seems Ed kept his promise to make a better life than his father but then came the sulay problem of course word reached Sela of all the machinations happening in Rome. He Still Jill how to defeat mithra dates but in the back of his mind he was always thinking of his return to Rome. After claiming Roman Victory Solo rushed through two days of peace negotiations nations and didn't even contact the Senate about terms highly irregular but Sola was determined to save Rome Sela and Senna's armies engaged in a bloody battle but the sheer power of the Solas army alongside sin is death at the hands of a mutiny. Meant Solo was again victorious. Sola appointed himself indefinite dictator in immediately went to work dismantling the regime. Marius had begun. Sola and his men destroyed statues dug up Marris's corpse and threw it into into the river and took away the power of Marris's allies which included Caesar's position as the Flam dials sees. You understand stand that I can strip you of your inheritance your wife's inheritance and you'll position as the high priest of Jupiter. I would guess I don't. We'll have much of a choice in the matter. You are a smart boy. You will lose all this but you can choose to save your own life. Oh you would be so kind of course you would think me to be a savage. Your Life can be spared if you choose to divorce Cornelia Anelia know what you can take away my power my money my pride my life but you cannot take away that which is personal final to me. Do you not understand the position. You are in boy. Oh I understand. I understand that you're scared of the power that I may yet hold. I hold holds all the power here. That's what you think. This is an act of treason against the dictator of Rome. Know that your life has ended. Caesar and it is by your own hand. Caesar's defiance of Sola was shocking to the new regime. And the first sign of Caesar's Brash side Sela officially really put out a prescription for Caesar not long afterwards proscription was basically a means of the state approving the murder of person but one had defined the approved victim victim. I and no one could find the condemned. Julius Caesar meanwhile the Family and Friends of Caesar who mostly and conveniently were Sala supporters pleaded pleaded with Sela to keep the young Caesar alive even the vestal virgins declared that it would be a mistake in the eyes of the gods to murder him now. That's a big endorsement on your resume. Eventually Solo was calmed down and he canceled the proscription on Julius. Caesar have your own way in. Take him only bear in. Mind that the man you are so eager to save will one day deal the death blow to the cause of the aristocracy which you have joined with me in upholding for in this. Caesar there exists many Mary. Is's Caesar could now breathe a sigh of relief. He was safe from now. Caesar didn't exactly see Sela as a trustworthy guy he still was on the warpath of taking down Maurice's previous allies. There was nothing to indicate that Sola wouldn't reverse his pardon on Caesar if he sneezed the wrong way so Caesar and his wife ran from Rome while they were safe from officially being murdered they headed toward the eastern turn provinces where he still had many associates who remembered his father. Well he also decided to join the army. which would be the beginning of his lifelong passion and that is true? Rise to power a passion that would have been impossible to find a couple of months beforehand because he was too young no because he was the flom in Dallas. The high I priest of Jupiter was not allowed to look at the army or spend more than a few nights outside the city. Heke wasn't even allowed to touch a horse. Seems a little extreme here telling me but if Marius followers had kept in power or even if Sela had not stripped Caesar of his position he could have never even looked to the army as an option. Literally the entire hire. History of our world would be different. If Caesar was never allowed to touch a horse the world would be different simply of Caesar had done anything other than BS accessible soldier and he was a very successful soldier when he was known for his bravery in battle and was one of the youngest ever recipients of the Civic Crown in award given in for saving the civilian in battle. Caesar grew such a reputation among his comrades that he was often entrusted by the generals to take on the most important and significant tasks asks as an example. He was entrusted to travel to Thenia to chat with its King King Nicomedes in hopes of making an ally of his naval fleet. A new soldier a former enemy of Rome now is being sent on his lonesome to make a deal with a king. Let that sink in and Caesar spent a long time the thenia such a long time in fact that it was constantly questioned what he was doing over there. It's likely that Caesar was building his own personal relationship with the king with an eye on his future political aspirations if he had a personal relationship with the country than it wouldn't be too hard to form a partnership if Caesar happened to find himself in a position the power but the rumor that spread around Rome was that Caesar engaged in a sexual relationship with the king. This rumor followed Caesar around for his entire life. Even the soldiers he commanded with just about the legend. Caesar vehemently denied the rumor. But really we'll never know what happened with India Caesar fought with the military until seventy seventy eight BC e when he received word that Selo was dead. Caesar picked up his family and finally returned home a home that always had a special place in his heart. SCISSOR however was back at square one now or really at square zero as he was much worse off societally now than he was when he left and the loss of his inheritance many had no money and his military success meant very little to the general public. Plus with the optimists that supported Sela still in charge of Rome. Caesar wasn't going to take any chances in getting back what he lost and even when he was made aware of the new Anti Sola Group forming he found the group so lacking in leadership and corrupt that he chose not to participate even though it would have raised him back to prominence instead he found a nice house in Sabira living among the lower classes of Rome and turn to to a life of legal advocacy. Something he turned out to be rather good at ladies and gentlemen my fellow Romans. We are here today today not to discuss the past lives of Cornelius. Stola Bella it seems that too many he lived a great past life. Even I can see see that. No we are here to talk about the corruption the extortion the lies and the cheating he lived through in his most recent life as Triumph by the end of this trial. You'll wish for his blood to run through these streets. You'll wish that those past lives lives could have never even existed. You'll whis room. Seems a little harsh. No Oh come now quintas. which or two would you rank above him? Who can rile a crowd more? Get the more engaged than Caesar. Caesar really came into his own. During this period his powerful word choices his in combination with his wild hand gestures and distinctive slightly. High pitched voice made him one of Rome's most noted speakers but even as Caesar gained fame. Mm for taking down Rome's most corrupt leaders. He felt that he still had much room to improve so he once again picked up his things and left Rome this time heading to roads to study under the greatest Greek orders unfortunately along the way he was kidnapped by soliciting pirates. How would Caesar handle handle that? And we'll see after a quick word about our sponsors.
"julius " Discussed on Queer as Fact
"Goals sees dress a deliberate attempt to set off his opponents men like Cato mentioned in presenting himself all position to the image. The traditionally masculine conservative Roman as my pain connecting to his popular support obeys, which would logically have been made up of people from the provinces, including people from these eastern provinces like Grayson so forth where some of these fashions did come from. And in that way, actually, strengthening his image and his power base in. This is like not about the quest of open say's the idea like as a healing like the new immigrant population is just quite Lanta by conception of sei's. I guess pool crystals. Yeah. Exactly. About the new safety made so many people just like so many people. So I those comments about his general more feminine presentation and his potential edge with the eighties. The two main things that have led people to suggest sees maybe quit in someway tonight. I'm gonna end up with the question. Do you think he was quail? I have some things to say here in the I feel it's worth nursing the east sort of started this episode by saying yellow over amendments late with men that's not what's going to make Julius a queer not sleeping with a man in the active role is totally the norm. Same with a man in the passive role is not. So you could argue the taking the passive role is quia perhaps. Yeah. But taking the active role is not on. And then you also like we do end up in this weird spice where we don't really have the soil since to clarify. But also you. You have to stop deciding even fuming Julius Caesar was more famine of the normal what level of life Genta divergencies, that's true knife. In can relate off the question. You know was Julius as a feminist enough to be Queen Bente win. I feel I really the either the information all the kind of desire. About drinking. And I think that's something you can answer from site looking at how long this lease and someone's tunica. Going through his head. And because of his own writing being so impersonal on about his military conquests. And why he felt he was Ryan civil war really know what was going through his head run. He put on his chicken morning. I think the iron gold where these argument that it was a political decision to kind of set himself pot and also pretty solid one given that we never example how Kato dressed himself and tied that his conservative political identity. Address. I think once you get into this. Ancient history isn't so much useful to say was on. So queer insists of relevance to us regarding sexual and gender ounce of that is yes, yes. Yes. Way to define faith was with will out. I wanna sleep out at very enlightening just in terms of my image of sei's was that very like sort of masculine military. You know, you started before. And I don't know if it's all the type or not you start before talking about this potty, you are at with some guy we'll up she was like, I love the rooms of the British apply up, and that's very about like wissies officiant in my head. And so it's being lightning in terms of just kind of DeVos insane. The from this like sort of modern, hyper masculinity, and it was not, hyper masculine. He didn't embody some aspects of Roman masculinity. There are many stories about him being very brave in warming. Very successful. Camman? He didn't eat to a drink in excess. He was very fruitful in that way. And all these masculine Roman trains on the other hand he dressed quite a family Suetonius mentions that he talked all behalf from his body. Yes. He didn't say he looked data case. Pretty mailing to tweezers to you'll scrotum. Here is now what's general position grids, buddy half and gender sexual very big question. Basically a one man was expected to be neat. And his presentation, you know, you didn't want necessarily a huge amount of money. Heather that could be incident quite masculine. It. Could also be bit on civilized bought. You didn't pluck all your hair? So it was a balance did women shave a Hitler women did say, I believe I k and some men definitely didn't shave bought. It wasn't considered the manly thing to do. Pot of my mind. Just kind of went to you know, how often light miles cyclists will shy billings because they feel that it makes the most straight line in the center. Mark foster. Shower fast..