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"kaiser kaiser ville" Discussed on Newt's World

Newt's World

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"kaiser kaiser ville" Discussed on Newt's World

"This episode of neutral, the ides of March is a day on the Roman calendar the corresponds to March fifteenth and forty four BC March fifteenth became notorious as the date of the assassination of Julius Caesar which made the ides of March a turning point in Roman history. So on this episode, I'm telling the story of Julius Caesar's remarkable life hand death. If you doubt Caesar's impact on our lives have a look at a calendar. There's a month call July that month was named for Julius Caesar. The following month is August named after Caesar's nephew, the first Roman emperor Augustus the calendar, we use today was named after these two men who live two thousand years ago, the modern calendars actually Caesar's calendar. He added the number of days necessary to actually fed how often the earth goes around the sun and the three hundred sixty. Five day calendar, including adjusting at every four years for leap year, his Caesar's invention so Caesar's in your life. Whether you know it or not he's in your life every year, and he's part of the calendar by which you live. Very term Caesar which became in German. Kaiser Kaiser Ville him came in Russian czar is today still a term that describes a centralized dicta to'real power two thousand years after he died, so we're dealing with somebody who's impact shook our part world western world so profoundly that even to this day. He is in many ways and in on known and on studied. But very real presence. If you look at Latin you'll find that among the most elegant books ever written in Latin was Caesar's Gallic wars and Caesar's civil wars who Caesar was not just a great military general of the mazing politician. He was also a remarkable good writer and a remarkably good orators reputation for using Lang. Guage brilliantly a made him one of the leading people in Rome for much of his life. Just because of his share talent the Roman Republic got too big to militaristic was too much the center of power I end as a result money poured in from all over to corrupt the Roman system. So if you were in Greece so you were in Spain or you are North Africa. And you wanted to get goodies the most efficient way to get goodies was to have a lobbyist in Rome bribe somebody and a lot of lessons to be learned by what happens when your system is to be bigger than you can maintain. And when the breakdown of the traditional order leads to the rise of tyrants, and that's literally what was happening and Caesar's lifetime. If you don't understand the Rome of his time. You can't understand him. His ankle Maria's is around one hundred BC, and he's the best general of his generation. But he's. Politically on the losing side of power struggle. And so his we sort of pushed off to one side, and he's not very important and all of a sudden, huge Germanic tribe comes rolling down the room river valley and the Roman people get scared because they think these this huge tribe is going to break through in the Italy. And so they call him back and given our mini goes north any wipes out the German tribe, and they now like Marius briefly, and then he is deposed and exiled, and he is sent to a place we don't think of as desert, but in its time, Sicily, it was considered desert who was not very heavily occupied. And as he recounts late in his life. He survives only by imagining what he's going to do to his enemies when he gets back. He does get back. And then he does what he said he would do. Now, why does this matter because what's beginning to happen? The politics of personality in philosophy and policy. Are beginning to be replaced by violence by by poisonings? Why assassinations by crowds in the street, and by intimidation, and in many ways marriage is the beginning of that breakthrough in that period. The secondary rise is Sola who is a great general and Sala becomes the great competitor to Mary's and between them they start wiping people out. So if you're in Sala cider, injure Marius, killing you marry society major solos killing in one of the ways, they finance what they're doing is look at the richest guys they steal their property..

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"kaiser kaiser ville" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"kaiser kaiser ville" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Walking with destiny. It is up at Dennis Prager dot com. Talking about. I mean, obviously, we can talk about Churchill for a week. And it would not even born anybody. I don't know. There are many people in history. I mean, talking maybe dozens if that many who've experienced as much had experience as much as Churchill had. So we're talking a little bit about his personal life and his awful upbringing. By the way, a headmaster who beat him till he bled. Was this was this common at that time? It wasn't unknown. But this man was a particularly sadistic beast of a as a navy enjoyed beating boys that. Got a got a thrill. So it's it's a disgusting thing. But it it wasn't unknown. Of course in in the days. So why didn't he grow up to be bitter? He was he was just the extremely magnanimous figure. He he, of course, was magnanimous in politics, very much, very often at the end of the second mobile. He wanted to be as a sort of least harsh on the Germans as possible in order to prevent future conflicts. He felt the same way about the buzz and the miners off to the general strike he he believes that well that that's right in Detroit. Magnanimity the one that the one that the astronauts managed Scott Kelly. Exactly outset. Successfully before we this'll he reneged on. What what was Churchill's position on going into World War One? And what is Andrew Roberts position about World War One. Well, my position very strongly is that it was awarded desperately gets before had the Germans under the Kaiser Kaiser Ville home, the second one Gemini on the European continent. It would have been disastrous basically, the European continent Britain, and ultimately, I believe America as well because they would not the same that the seconds. Germany was not the same wanders. His grandfather do have the first which was able to win the Franken crushing war and then retire he wanted to to dominate the whole of Europe. And and he would have if the push hadn't got involved with the first before he did not shout. Now, the the running, and it would have been a little like hit us here at I twenty five years early. And actually you see in the nineteen twenties in a letter from the Kaiser to offensive saying that Jesus mosquitos could only be dealt with by gas. He was an extremely nasty basic work. It was up city essential that he shouldn't be allowed to to run the continents and Winston Churchill stone says exactly the same ready, and he was the man who vanished to get the grand fleet the British Grand feet ready for ramming the first we're both we and show that we weren't we weren't invaded lights in the planning stages of that company. Imagine Winston Churchill had never been born. What would have happened? I mean, obviously, you don't know. You're not God. I'm not even sure God knows what would happen. I think God knows what did happen. But to the best of your ability to conjecture, what would have happened had there. Not that a Churchill I think what would have happened is that in the may of nineteen fourteen when the time of the Dunkirk evacuation. Halifax who would have been prime minister the full of of Neville Chamberlain in the early may of that. Yeah. I would have made peace for that'll fit loud. And you would have a situation then when he would have been able to have. To have spent to use the entirety of Philip suffer for his attack on Russia, which he'd have been able to have done any day in time at exactly the type of the Dan choosing. Well, muscled into it. Two little sixty T late ninety one and have had a situation that where as you can even though he actually managed to subjects Leningrad to grueling thousand day siege. He managed to get to the subway stations stations if Moscow managed to capture starting that if you'd have to hold of enough alpha rather than just half of it. Because of course, he had to keep the other hall back to protect against the bombing of the REX of German cities Churchillian showed. We did stay on the wall. If he had had all of those he could easily take one or two of Moscow and Leningrad impulsively pushed the Russians beyond the euros, which at that point within the Lewis, complete master of Europe from from breast all the way to the Urals, which would have been athlete disastrous for Britain. We would have been we've been left completely defenseless, really. And we. Bennis had to face the combined might of the of the whole of the at the German war machine. A couple of years later have you ever speculated on a question that? At least is troubled me. And that is why were the the tracks to Auschwitz never bombed. Oh, yes. I've I've looked into this in in a good day to veto Winston Churchill wanted to bomb them. In fact, he wrote a in in my book as the minute that he raped to Anthony Eden. The foreign secretary saying that they needed people to me. It's it's necessarily get anything else with the IRS that you need. But in fact, it was the who's doing nighttime bombing, and you can't bomb something quite pinpointed as railway tracks that during the night you needed to do the daytime bombing Mitch was being undertaken by the US AFC American and it landed on the desk is John McCloy on on some three occasions. John McCloy is John McCloy was very important to seniors significant American figure in the in the administration who had overall control about about who bombed. Wearing when and unfortunately, these just got some book down on his well, she didn't want to we have an actual letter that Churchill wrote asking the tracks be bombed. Yes. Yes. A that. That is very.

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"kaiser kaiser ville" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"kaiser kaiser ville" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Week. And it would not even born anybody. I had no there are many people in history. I mean, talking maybe dozens if that many who've experienced as much had experiences much Churchill had so we're talking a little bit about his personal life and his awful upbringing. By the way, a headmaster who beat him till he bled. Was this was this common at that time? It wasn't unknown. But this man was particularly sadistic beast as a as a maybe enjoyed teaching boys Bolton and got a got a thrill for base. It's it's a disgusting thing. But it it wasn't unknown. Of course in the days. So why didn't he grow up to be bitter? I don't know. He was he was just extremely magnanimous guy. He he, of course, was magnanimous in politics very much, very often. At the end of day process were born the second mobile, he wanted to be is sort of least house on the Germans as possible in order to prevent future conflicts. He felt the same way about the Bush and the miners off to the general strike, he he believes that well that that phrase indicate magnanimity the one that the one that the astronauts as managed to you. Exactly out successfully before we differ. He reneged on the door. What what was Churchill position on going into World War One? And what is Andrew Roberts position about World War One. Well, my position very strongly is that it was awarded desperately need gets before have the Germans under the Kaiser Kaiser Ville home, the second one the Gemini on the European continent. It would have been disastrous for the European continent. Britain. And ultimately, I believe America as well because they would not the same. The second is jammed was not the same wanders. His grandfather, they'll have the first which was able to win the oppression war and then retire he wanted to to dominate the whole of Europe. And and he would have if the push hasn't got involved. I he did not threatened south to. Out of the running, and it would have been a little like hit us here at twenty five years early. And actually you see in the nineteen twenties in a letter from the Kaiser to offensive saying that Jesus mosquitos could be dealt with by gas. He was an extremely nasty base of work. And it was absolutely essential that he shouldn't be allowed to to run the continent and Winston Churchill stone says exactly the same ready, and he was the man who vanished to get the grand fleet the British Grand seat ready for and I were both to ensure that we weren't we win invaded lights in the planning stages of that complaint. Imagine Winston Churchill had never been born. What would have happened? I mean, obviously, you don't know. You're not God. I'm not even sure God knows. What would happen? I think God knows what did happen. But to the best of your ability to conjecture, what would have happened had there. Not been a Churchill. I think what would have happened is that in the may of nineteen fourteen when the time of the Dunkirk evacuation. Halifax who would have been prime minister the full of Neville Chamberlain in the early may of that. Yeah. Would have made peace that'll fit and he would have had a situation then when he would have been able to have. To spent to use the encourage Philip suffer for his attack on Russia, which he'd have been able to have done anything time at exactly the type of the Dan choosing wellbeing. Muscled into it. Two little sixty six to late nine hundred forty one. And you'd have had a situation that fold where as you can even though he actually managed to subjects Leningrad to a grueling thousand day siege. He managed to get the subway station stations in Moscow managed to capture starting that if you'd have to hold of enough alpha, Robin, just half of it. Because of course, he had to keep the other hall back to protect against the booming, the REX of German cities ASTA Chechulin showed. We did stand the wall if he had had all of those he could easily take one or two of Moscow and Leningrad impulsively pushed the Russians beyond the Urals, which at that point within the Lewis, complete Mostert of Europe from from breast all the way to the euro, which would have been a athlete disastrous for Britain. We would have been we've been left completely defenseless. And we. Benef- had to face the combined might of the of the whole of the at the German. Machines any a couple of years later. Have you ever speculated on a question that? At least is troubled me. And that is why were the the tracks to Auschwitz never bombed. Oh, yes. I've looked into this in in a good deal. Winston Churchill wanted to bomb them. In fact, he writes, a in in my book as the minute that he wrote to Anthony Eden the foreign secretary saying that they needed to be bombed in me, if if necessary get anything else with the RAF that you need. But in fact, it was the was doing nighttime bombing. Then you can't bomb something quite pinpointed as railway tracks during the night, you need to the daytime bombing which was being undertaken at the time by the US AFC American. And it landed on the desk is John McCloy on on some three occasions. John McCloy is John McCloy was very important seniors significant American figure in the in the administration who had overall control about about who bombed wearing when. And unfortunately, the just got some folk down on his wall cheat didn't want to. But we have an actual letter that Churchill wrote asking the tracks be bombed. Yes. Yes. That's a that. That is very powerful..

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