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Dan Bongino to Cumulus: Cancel My Radio Show or End Your Vaccine Mandate
"I don't do PR stunts and too old for that We're gonna be 47 You know I've got two kids and a wife and a couple careers under my belt Involved in a lot of businesses and a lot of things And joy you know my life it's a good life But I'm not here for PR stunts or any crap like that There was a lot of stuff going on behind the scenes for a long time I don't share on the air because I promise people I wouldn't and I don't violate my word But if you think what happened yesterday was something new that just won itself out of thin air You'd be incorrect There's a lot of fights I engage in behind the scenes I don't make them public because I don't want them to appear to be public relations ploys or anything like that However I felt in light of some people being let go and move around in different jobs that it was time to make the fight public So if the show disappears from the air you know why So let's grab that That was one of the leftist hits yesterday Why do I address these things You know I get it We're all sane We don't you know pay much attention to these idiots because I think it's important you understand it as well Second this is not some contract thing Jim how many weeks have we been on the air Is this 21 weeks 22 okay As I joked in the podcast this morning it's not a contract thing No one in radio I know of signs a 23 week contract The show was not the only way off the air next week Next year next Wednesday show is done It was a 23 and a half week contract for those of you in the radio business or those in any business You could probably figure out that this contract had absolutely nothing to do with it This was again a matter of principle I know left this you have a hard time understanding that That's why you're left this because you have no dignity or principles We all get that We understand that about you You'll never understand the idea of us and standing behind principles We get that because you just don't have them Can't understand what you don't know It's like trying to teach a dog physics Trying to teach the left about principles is trying to teach Lucy my dog F equals MA She's not going to get it It doesn't matter how many times you play or a Khan Academy tape okay Or a YouTube video It's not going to happen So yes it had nothing to do with the contract Third It doesn't have anything to do with my vaccine status I have been public repeatedly about my vaccines That is you know that I am undergoing a battle with a disease right now that you know we'll get some updates on soon And that's just what I chose to do But that's the whole point He left the stone understand that either How could a guy who was vaccinated be going to war for people who aren't don't want to or have natural immunity Again leftist I'm not expecting you to understand that You don't have any dignity or
US, Pakistani officials in strained talks on Afghanistan
"United States and Pakistani officials meet amid a worsening relationship between the two countries as each nation searches for a way forward in Afghanistan under Taliban rule fifty six year state Wendy Sherman is saying a powerful army chief on the foreign minister as well as prime minister Imran Khan well a Pakistani foreign ministry spokesman says close and regular engagement between his country and the US has always been mutually beneficial and effective for stability in South Asia Islamabad has been pressing for greater engagement with the old male old kind of band companies in Kabul while Washington which spent a long beard negotiating peace with the Taliban is still smarting from its chaotic end to twenty years in the country with much about the off them off remaining unclear I'm Charles Taylor this month
"khan" Discussed on Can We Health You?
"Transit supply were highly organized. Keeping their horses fed and watered while they themselves lived off the land for hunting. They went like not stopping continuing. Of course they also brought food with them which reminded me of the westwood expansion now dried meats and dry cheese. Kurds were common as were as reports which is another type of dried meat. Used to boil with vegetables in still for many days they would travel sometimes. Only eating dried produce and drinking era eric. Kahn yeah like it doesn't sound to me like they like. Put a lot of like bob into flavor profile tasteless. Mix it with something outright. What if we put this this Neighbor just like eating eight eight eight. Whatever survived survived. Make it to the next up so in very dire situations the mongols to do something disturbing down. They drank their horses. Blood in fact blood was an integral part of the mongol dia would went on a campaign or battle as starving mongol could survive on nothing more than his horses blood which would sometimes yuck be mixed with the era egg on my apparently to make it more palatable but just like with you dislike bleed the horse with just olga while riding the warrior. Would nick the horses vein at the neck drink a few mouthfuls of blood and then seal up the wound and keep on going. How how we know this from the income is marco polo who recounted that a rider could go for ten days like this drinking blood and milk. Fighting on through them pyre. He learned this on his hotly debated journey to go meet. Kublai khan remember that xanadu. Oh yeah insanity to who is the grandson of genghis khan One myth of the mongols is that they would place a piece of me underneath their saddle during the time they were riding the heat from the horse and the friction of the saddle together with sort of cook and steam the meat and then the steam from the sweat like the sweat from the courses back with season that me castle so disgusting. I'm like and then it was kind of story. That is yeah. So they're like killing. Two people wrap their meanings tin foil and put it on their engine and then drop off people that and then down the road and it cooks whatever and then they opened it up and they have their meat cooked stocks. Awful thing. maybe they got that from the mongols and the higher maybe think they owe and also equally discussing although i think the horses slightly grocer because he is there's some protection with the tin foil..
"khan" Discussed on Can We Health You?
"He was alice. I therapy practitioner. Leslie orangeville registered yoga instructor. And today we bring to an episode. All about the infamous gingas kahn. Yes gifts come was learning about him wasn't a very. Yeah i mean. Of course his name has gone through my life. Like in history. Boats are. But i think bill and ted's excellent adventure. Oh he was in that oh really he was collected by them as one. You don't remember did you movie yes but i don't remember movies in like i watched them. I fall asleep. And that's yeah like every time you wash man's brand now you're only nine. Maybe you watch. When he came out like eighty nine. It was probably on the like not allowed list imagining knowing how knowing what i wasn't allowed to watch. Yes you watched it later in. Video is when you would've yes been asleep potentially but anyway yes. So he He was vital. Bill and ted along with some other notable historical figures which is kind of fun. It's a unity. But anyway so regarding goodell genghis khan he was born in eleven sixty two so to me the fact that you and i have grown up knowing him it speaks to how impressive he was for sure. Yeah that's crazy that he's 'cause i didn't even know it was that long ago. Yeah i mean. I really had no concept of when it was right. Don't really thought. I suppose figure yes but i just never eleven sixty two So his name at birth was tae maheen. I believe i'm saying nice. I wouldn't have said that team.
With QB Coan out, No. 12 Irish beat No. 18 Badgers 41-13
"Brian Calley became Notre Dame's winningest coaches the twelfth ranked fighting Irish clobbered number eighteen Wisconsin forty one thirteen it was Kelly's one hundred fifth win with the Irish surpassing new rock beat I get more joy in watching the development of a Jew time go in there and Chris Tyree getting it out that's why I do this you know you don't do it for thirty one years because you're trying new rock please record Jack corn faces all team but left with a left ankle injury in the third quarter Khan was sacked five times while completing fifteen of twenty nine passes for one hundred fifty eight yards and one touchdown through pine was six of eight for eighty one yards and a TD in relief of Cologne I'm Dave Ferrie
Off the Spice Rack: The History of Salt
"Okay. So the history of salt is fairly simple. Animals war paths to salt licks men followed trails became roads and settlements group aside them legit beside the salt licks. Yeah cassette beside the roads yet. Getting to the on these are these. Are these salt route so eventually and this is exactly what you just spoke about. Eventually the human menu shifted from salt rich game two serials. Like when crop started growing ray and some more salt was needed to supplement the diet when humans started eating more cereals. Okay so but cereals that you hate right. The modern day cereal grains barley right. Yeah those are considered cereals in times. Yes yeah i'm still. Yeah not not cereal boxes. Not fruit loops. Now that's when everything went downhill. The demise mandy but the underground the underground deposits started to become further away from the settlements and scarcity kept the mineral precious so as civilization spread. Salt became one of the world's principal trading commodities routes to the salt reservoirs. And i'm like showing you reservoir picture if you will of a slot reservoir leading to that reservoir. These routes crossed and trade centers crisscrossed the globe. One of the most traveled lead from morocco south across the sahara and timbuktu just a super famous spot to gather. You feel like that's the furthest point ever. I know yeah. This ships bearing salt from egypt to greece travel. The mediterranean and the aegean sea venice's wealth centuries ago was attributable to salt which venetians traded with constantinople spices when in in twelve ninety five marco polo delighted with tales of the value of salt coins. Bearing the seal of the grant genghis khan
2 Suicide Attacks Outside Kabul Airport; 13 Dead
"There are reports of deadly explosions outside Kabul airport in Afghanistan Russia's foreign ministry says there have been two blasts twin suicide attacks that have killed at least thirteen people and wounded another fifteen US officials say American personnel were wounded in the blasts but they have not provided any details yet they spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss ongoing operations the blasts happened outside the airport with thousands of Afghans have gathered hoping to join the US led airlift out of Afghanistan an Afghan man says he was about thirty yards away when the explosions went off Adam Khan says several people appear to have been killed or wounded including some who lost body parts I'm Ben Thomas
Colonel Richard Kemp Says Jihadists, China, and Russia Are Celebrating the Afghanistan Crisis
"You know, we're seeing what we face now is a a terrorist threat coming out of Afghanistan. That is greater than the terrorist threat before 9 11 jihadists around the world have been celebrating. The events and not least the president. Not this is a jihadist, but the president of Pakistan, Imran Khan, who himself celebrated it, he should be celebrating because Pakistan significantly funded The Taliban throughout the campaign, while at the same time being paid vast amounts of money by America and Britain. Um, but they're celebrating around the world. Hamas in Gaza are celebrating What's happening here? Um, and they will be re energize. They will have to see that their recruitment has been boosted. They will be reinvigorated and they will launched attacks around the world against our countries, as they did really when they were being inspired by the Islamic state. Al Qaeda and the Islamic state are strong in Afghanistan. At the moment, Al Qaeda fought alongside the Taliban in recent battles. They will operate freely. Just doesn't matter what the Taliban say to you. They will allow the Al Qaeda in the Islamic state to operate freely there, and they can operate more freely than they could before 9 11. Because they know there's no fear of Western intervention. Now that's finished. That's history. There's not going to happen again. They know that and so they'll be even bolder than before and jihadist from around the world will flock into Afghanistan. To train prepare and launch attacks against the West. So The state of the terrorist threat is higher than it was at the height of the Islamic state's power when they controlled large parts of Syria and of Iraq. That's just one aspect of The situation. There is no one really who is celebrating this situation more than Russia and China. They're the greatest cheerleaders for what's happened.
2 San Bernardino Officers Injured in Shootout; Suspect in Deputy Shooting Killed
"While apprehending the man believed to have ambushed a sheriff's deputy On Tuesday. Two SWAT officers were wounded when the suspect urban Allah Kong opened fire on the officers were rushed to the hospital. One rushed into surgery, both expected to survive, as is the deputy attacked on Tuesday. Police chief Eric McBride says Ali Khan, a known gang member, has a very extensive, very violent criminal history. McBride saying the attack a sign of the Times, burgers, a police officer this year alone are up nearly 20% across the country and here we are in two days having three officers shot in the city, so I think that's something to be said the suspect was killed in a shootout with officers. Jim Rope K. ABC News A South
Taliban Crush Opposition Across Afghanistan, as Chaos Builds at Airport
"Let's sally. Takeover of afghanistan has post more questions than it has on stirred the insurgency groups. Promise that the country would no longer be a violent basil filtering hollow. As at least three people were short and killed at a protest in jalalabad. Senior taliban leaders also say afghanistan under their watch will not be a democracy. Mas will be ruled by sharia law will earlier. Today monaco's georgina godwin spoke to helene o'donnell a columnist for foreign policy magazine who witnessed to the changes in the country firsthand. She and tour photographer. Who recently left kabul for the netherlands. Let seventy seven. I was in herat the west and a couple of weeks ago. And i was there to cover what seemed to be at the taliban is sold it was actually taliban incursion into The western city of herat. It's very big important. Wealthy part of the country. I spent time on the front lines with a called ishmael. Khan who since given oak And he was working at the time with his militia alongside Soldiers on the national security directed afghanistan's who do how do we know a former perhaps secret service. And i watched them really losing and i thought i tried to get out up to two days. My plan had been forty eight hours. I was there for five days. Because the taliban taking the road to the airport the airport was causing. It was very difficult. And i decided dan event as was watching the reality of herat full. That tyrod was a big step towards kabul and that it was time to make arrangements to leave an i. I can't tell you how lucky. I was in my tiny because via flight that i took out We've my friend and colleague westwood hosseini the pulitzer prize winning photographer from afghanistan. Who i've been working with for a decade It was the last commercial flight wheels up on sunday morning.
Taliban Topples Major Afghan Cities in Swift Advance
"Thousands of us troops are on their way to afghanistan to help evacuate american and afghan civilians facing potential threats to their security. That mission comes as the taliban accelerates now their advance on the capital city of kabul taking four more cities while meeting very little resistance from afghan forces. Nbc news correspondent. Kelly kobe's on the ground in afghanistan again tonight tonight. The taliban is firmly in control of afghanistan's second largest city canada heart the militants consolidating their territory in the south the north and the west where they seize the historic city of herod's and it's famed military commander mohammad ismael khan in this taliban propaganda video videocon fought the taliban in two thousand one says he hopes the militants will bring peace security and stability the fast taliban takeover has shocked the world. The militant group took its first provincial capital. One week ago today now their territory looks like this closing in on kabul the pentagon now scrambling to send three thousand troops to the kabul airport most arriving by the end of this weekend a temporary mission to get embassy staff out safely the deteriorating conditions are a factor a big factor in why the president has approved this mission as the us embassies ordering staff to destroy sensitive documents and computers according to a memo obtained by npr nbc. News is confirmed. That half of afghanistan's thirty four provincial capitals are controlled by the taliban tonight and there are reports of heavy fighting on kabul's doorstep brian in logar province just fifty miles away.
"khan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Bulletin with UBS
"I think the conversation really has shifted especially you know now is. We're starting to move a little bit out of the most intense periods of the crisis. At least here in you know in in canada and the us and other industrialized parts of the world. The conversation certainly has shifted more towards. How do we create a more resilient society so that we can withstand The next set of threats. I will just say kobe. Nineteen as challenging and as disruptive and just tragic as it has been in my estimation. It's actually really only a moderately severe pandemic. i think mother nature actually has a lot worse to deliver. And we've you know buckled under the pressure of this virus. We're going to need to be more resilient to withstand future threats that we will inevitably face perhaps finally karen. What does the future then hold for blue door. What are the limits to what blue dot can achieve as you see. You're right there in the driving seat is the only limit the limit on ambition of yourself and your colleagues is it about metaphorical or literal. Buying from others. Is it about citizen engagement that you were just talking about one imagines it could. Well pick next of all of those. Well i think with respect to the technology itself and the integration of deep subject matter expertise and our capabilities in terms of our global epidemic intelligence platform. I have no doubt that we are just scratching the surface. A i is really about machines mimicking human behavior and human judgement and as i said earlier we are dealing with very heterogeneous group of threats. I have no doubt from technology standpoint. We are going to be able to completely revolutionise how the world detects assesses and response to threats faster and more intelligently more efficiently and in a more coordinated manner than we've ever been able to before with respect to engaging audiences around the world. Were currently doing so today. At blue dot countries around the world and multiple branches of government between public health national defense intelligence agencies food animal health. You know there's an expanding engagement that we're having with government about smart policy decisions during public health emergencies and crises. But we're also expanding the conversation with the private sector. And i think that's really very very exciting for us because you know. Global enterprises can play an important role in public health as well by protecting their employees by protecting the wellbeing and safety of their customers. So there's an important role to play there. So i do really believe that with blue dog for eight years. We've been building. This intelligence platform in this foundation but cove and in many ways is just a walk in the world to the nature of this threat. And i think it's really accelerated the conversation about how can together be working to build more resilient businesses to be building more resilient society. So i'm incredibly excited about you. Know what the future holds for blue. God you know. I got into this space as a physician. There's always been a passage in the talmud that has resonated with me which is wherever saves a single life. It is considered as if they have saved the entire world. And the sentiment of that is that you know you have no idea what one person might be capable of. And how they may impact society and the world around them We certainly understood that in new ways with a pandemic because of course it only takes one person to to start a pandemic what. I'm really excited about with blue. Eyed is. This is an opportunity for us to be using data analytics technology not just to be impacting one life to be reaching millions of lives around the world in a way that is really helping us build a a safer and more secure and more prosperous world. Duck takamine con. Thank you so much for being with us today. And that brings us to the end of this edition of the bulletin with ubs setting the agenda each week here on monaco. Twenty four you can find out more about the work of dr cameron khan and his colleagues and partners in blue dot visit blue dot dot global now and for more about all the global visionaries in the ubs program head to ubs dot com and search global visionaries. In the meantime you can listen again to this. And every episode of the program including our archive of other brilliant visionaries at monaco dot com and across all good audio platforms the bulletin with ubs monocle twenty four..
July 20, 1924: Tehran Declares Martial Law
"On july twentieth. Nineteen twenty four. Tehran authorities declared martial law after a mob killed an american consul. Major robert embry. The decision was designed to give the city a chance to regain order before an international crisis tore the nation. Apart leading up to the death. Iran had been a hotbed of foreign interest. The british had tried and failed to establish a protectorate over the nation. Meanwhile russia had recently vacated its stakes after their defeat in world war one. The newest foreign party to take an interest was the united states and they mainly wanted one thing oil. They pressured the iranian government into allowing oil tycoons to start drilling into the land when robert embryo was killed at the hands of an angry mob. All the foreign actors in the country started pointing fingers at each other. Tehran newspapers and russian authorities blamed the british for inciting muslims into a frenzy. Others blamed the russians who had expelled embry from moscow after he defended his anticommunist beliefs fellow american spy marguerite harrison who recently departed the near east while posing as a filmmaker claimed international intrigue was to blame but above all according to margarite. Embree was to blame for his own death. He had knowingly entered a dangerous situation marguerite also claimed embry made a serious error by fleeing the initial attack at the shrine. According to iranian custom running away proved he was guilty of sabotaging the site. If he had stayed the people would have merely punished him but not killed him. Br guardless of who may have deserved the blame. There was one person who gained from robert. Inbreeds death raza khan commander of the cossack forces on july twentieth con gain control over the massive city declaring he would arrest those responsible for killing embry. While one part of the cossacks investigated another arm reached in a more opportunistic direction. They shut down the presses instituting a news blackout con then arrested his political rivals throwing the muslim leaders who had defined him in
Afghanistan Recalls Diplomats to Protest Pakistan Attack
"Its diplomatic staff from the Pakistani capital Islamabad, following an attack on Friday on the ambassador's daughter, Silsila. Al Aqeel, who is in her twenties, was taking a taxi in the capital Islamabad when the driver picked up a second passenger Secunda Kamani is in Kabul. This incident has sparked anger here in Afghanistan, feeding into an already tense relationship with the two countries. In the last few hours, the Afghan Foreign Ministry has announced that it's recalling all senior Afghan diplomats from Pakistan, it says until their security concerns are addressed, including putting on trial those responsible for this incident. The Pakistani Foreign Ministry has responded, saying that that decision is regrettable. It points out that Prime Minister Imran Khan has ordered all resources be utilized, apprehend those who were responsible and also ordered security for Afghan diplomats in Pakistan to be beefed up. Secunda Kamani
Facebook Seeks FTC Chair Lina Khan’s Recusal in Antitrust Case
"Is seeking to have lena con chair of the federal trade commission recused from the agency's discussions over whether to file a new antitrust case against the company. Facebook says con can't be impartial because of her long history of criticizing the social media giant and other big tech firms. The move comes. Just two weeks. After amazon filed a similar petition seeking cons. Recused from the ftc's antitrust investigation against it and ftc. Spokeswoman declined to comment previously. Kahn had said she would consult with ftc ethics officials. If issues like this came
London's Mayor Says Masks Are Still Mandatory on Public Transport
"Public transportation to keep wearing masks. Even after Covid 19 restrictions are lifted in Britain on July 19th. That could mean enforcement officers would be able to deny access or eject passengers not wearing face coverings while using the underground or city buses. Benji. Higher reports face masks have been compulsory on public transport across England for the past year. Those laws will next week be replaced with government guidance, which will simply advise passengers to wear masks in crowded places. London is the first English city to insist on face coverings beyond the end of lockdown. Regardless of how busy the services mayor Sadiq Khan explains. He doesn't want to put transport uses at risk with the virus still spreading and cases on the rise to use one of our services and you proceed for the mosque on non exempt you could be asked to leave Benji higher London Jill Biden will
Facebook Is Seeking Recusal of FTC Chair Lina Khan in Antitrust Case
Lina Khan’s FTC Takes a First Step Toward Expanding Antitrust Enforcement
"Chair Lina Khan presided today over the first public meeting of her tenure at the agency. NPR's Shannon Bond reports. Con is already facing big challenges. In her first month in office, Lina Khan says Going forward, the FDC will hold regular open meetings as a democratic institutions. We have a vital responsibility to connect our work to the people we serve. At this meeting, commissioners voted to give themselves more power to crack down on unfair monopolies. Was a party line vote won by Khan and her fellow Democrats. Con is already in an intense spotlight since being named FTC chair last month. A federal judge has given the agency 30 days to rewrite a blockbuster antitrust lawsuit against Facebook. After ruling the government failed to make its case, and Amazon is calling on Khan to recuse herself from matters involving the company. Because of her past criticism. Facebook and
Amazon Asks F.T.C. Chair, Lina Khan, to Recuse Herself
"Amazon is asking the Federal Trade Commission chair to recuse herself from antitrust investigations into the e commerce giant Lina Khan has been an outspoken critic of Amazon, which is facing probes of its business practices and proposed acquisition of movie studio
Amazon Wants FTC Chair Lina Khan Recused From All Its Cases
"Friday 25 page petition with the Federal Trade Commission today, arguing that newly installed FTC chair Lina Khan Ought to recuse herself from any antitrust conversations involving Amazon. Khan has made no secret over the years at Yale Law School, a prior stint as an FTC staffer and most recently teaching antitrust law at Columbia of her worries about big tech. Amazon claims in the petition. The cons record were she to take part in Amazonian decisions would violate federal ethics rules and the companies due process rights. The FTC had no comment on the petition. I, however, I'm going to take the under on a recusal.
Rep. Jim Jordan on the Implications of Big Tech Breakup Bills
"Break up hills, which aren't those at all Like you said. They're just using that to get us on board. My fear is they're going to take that from the private sector and now enshrined that with government regulators who are going to use these big tech break up bills to then use the power of government to make sure private companies out there. Doing things against the shareholder interest. And think about how many pension funds are invested in these companies that are now going to be pressured to basically lose money and screw your pension over under the guise of big tech breakup. Yeah, we've already seen this. This play in action with what we just referred to when you had a major big tech company, the CEO of the head of that company. Communicating via email with the guy who runs a big agency who is the highest paid official in the government with Dr Fauci and Mark Zuckerberg colluding to keep information from the American people last year information that frankly, looks like it turns out to be it was the truth, and they kept the truth from us. So now we're going to say Lina Khan, who just got appointed to to chair the FTC, You know where she just got to point this week. So that's my Federal Trade Commission where all this power is going to go. Guess who she worked for. Before she went there. She worked for Jerry Nadler. David Cicilline E on the House student Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee. Do you think she really wants to make sure that that these big tech platforms don't censor Dan Bongino? So that's what this is all all about. I mean, and you're exactly right. The one of the other empty stairs chairs is, um, Democrat is Becca Slaughter, and she has said, we should use anti trust laws to stop systemic racism. What? So you're that's where they want to go with this, And that's what I fear. Let's do this. Let's let's let's change checks in 2 30 so that you take away their liability protection and let's break them up. Let's break him up. Yeah, but you've got to make sure they don't get this liability protection. So not not make not make this union between big government and big tech so they can further harm us. Yeah, a couple of additional points in
"khan" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People
"Circumstances that led to his. Death is not clear but he most probably died either due to an arrow wound or because he fell from his horse after his death. Genghis khan was buried in an unknown location. By the time he died. Gingas kahn had conquered more territory in his lifetime than any other person in history. His empire stretched from the pacific ocean in the east to the caspian sea in the west. It was twice the size of the roman empire but what made gangs khan and his mongols so successful and intimidating to other kingdoms. The mongols were skilled horse mounted archers. During their time it was a military technology that was leaps ahead of their enemies. The mongolian started training their sons in and horseriding very early for instance genghis khan might have learned how to fire an arrow while riding a horse when he was just three years old. Moreover the mongols learned how to release their arrows just went. All the hooves of their horse left the ground by doing so. They achieve maximum accuracy. Thus using a combination of accuracy speed and mobility. The mongols became a force to reckon with an addition to that their ability to communicate over long distances. Gave them a great advantage. Battles communication is the key to winning battles. The mongols who were shepherds for centuries often wandered miles away from their tribes so they became experts at communicating over long distances. Many of their opponents lack these skills so it was easier for the mongols to change their strategy according to the battlefield and slowly corner their enemies. Genghis khan established a vast communication network. One of the things that genghis khan did after becoming genghis khan was the creation of a courier service called yam. He created a well connected series of post houses and way stations across the entire empire. The horse writers who delivered these posts could stop to rest or take a fresh horse from these stations. Every few miles this made the horse riders extremely fast. Making it possible for them to travel up to two hundred miles every day. The am system allowed the transfer of goods and the movement of information at an unprecedented speed. This system worked as the eyes. And ears of genghis khan that helped him keep in touch with his extensive network of spies and enable him to keep abreast of his enemies political and military developments. The mongols were not only experts at communicating over long distances but also experts at information gathering using their extensive network of spies. They got an accurate estimation of their enemies defense and political situation. Then they use this information to predict their enemies moves and create counter-strategies. The mongols were also good at deceiving their enemies. They often used fake news to confuse their enemy. For example once genghis khan launched a campaign to spread false information to confirm the shah's suspicions of a coup d'etat by his subordinates. Making him feel unsafe in his own. Empire and luring him to make wrong decisions on the battlefield. Feigning retreat was another master strategy of genghis khan. It often lured enemies out of their defensive positions to chase him only to be decimated by genghis khan's troops. It was a strategy that proved effective against jones troops in beijing. Genghis was also very adept at learning things quickly when he attacked the chinese empires of western. Sean jin he had no siege weapons but when he attacked whereas an empire a few years later he had already incorporated the chinese siege weapons into arsenal. He also had thousands of captured troops and chinese experts in various fields to make his military multidisciplinary and formidable the final strategy that genghis khan used was to spread absolute terror. The mongols best case scenario was to capture a city without any loss of lives on their side so genghis khan destroyed cities and killed entire populations for putting up a fight against them on the other hand cities that surrendered were left to live. It was his way of saying that those who surrendered would be spared those who did not surrender but opposed with struggle in dissension would be annihilated. This strategy led to the loss of almost thirty million lives in china but it was very effective in dissuading resistance. Many cities are entered immediately when they heard that the mongols were coming successors genghis kahn. The master of such wise strategies finally died in twelve twenty seven but the mongols conquests and lust for war did not end with him. His successors inherited his lust for war. Conquering countries and laying siege to numerous cities. Genghis khan had four sons from his first wife jockey chagga type agyei and antalia but jagged tied did not like jockey probably because he thought jockey was not gingas kahn son. He even told his father that he would not follow jockey. If he became genghis khan's successor. Gascon was sure that if he may jockey his successor it would cause an all out war among his sons however chagga tie was hot headed so he couldn't choose him as his successor. Either on the other hand totally being the youngest son had the least importance in mongolian custom but logically. His third son was sensible stable and down to earth so gingas. Kahn made agyei then. He divided his empire into four parts and made each of his sons akon in their own. Right fact you probably didn't know genghis khan never let anyone paint a portrait of him when he was alive therefore nobody is sure how he looked like then. Twelve a one during a battle against a rival clan. A soldier shot an arrow at genghis khan's horse nearly killing genghis khan after he had won the battle. Genghis kahn asked a captured prisoners. Who had fired that. Aero one of the stood up and bravely admitted to firing the arrow genghis khan was impressed by the archers boldness so he pardoned him and made him an officer in his army. Gingas kahn even nicknamed the archer as jeb arrow jeb. Who would go on to become one of genghis khan's fame generals and win. Several wars gascon was responsible for the deaths of almost forty million people he led his people follow any religion they wanted. Genghis khan created one of the first postal systems in the world. Genghis khan develop written language fair. Taxation established a stable government and open trade along the silk road. He had six mongolian wives. And more than five hundred concubines. Historians estimate that sixteen million men alive today are genetic descendants of genghis khan. 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"khan" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People
"I was a kingdom in central asia after gascon defeated the nine monds in twelve. O four the nyman prince league fled to the neighboring kingdom of kara. Kitai the ruler of car kit. I welcomed him with open arms. Eventually the nyman prince catholic gained the trust of the king and rose in power becoming an advisor military commander. And the king's son in law then he launched a coup de it seized power and when the king died twelve thirteen took control of the kingdom. Then twelve eighteen cuddly attacked. A city ruled by the grandson in law. Genghis khan so annoyed gingas. Kahn sent twenty thousand troops to take the city. Genghis khan's troops defeated an army of thirty thousand troops of the car kit kingdom then. It entered the city the majority of people in car kit. I were muslims cuddly previously converted to buddhism so he forced people of car kit to convert either to buddhism or christianity. Therefore the people of car kit. I ended up hating him. Taking advantage of this political unrest the general of the attacking mongols announced that if the city were to be ruled by gangs kong. They could follow any god. They wanted to consequently the people of karak kit. I started supporting the invading mongols revolting against their own king so koschnick fled the country and the kingdom of calm. I came under genghis khan's rule with the kingdom of kara kid. I now under their rule. The mongols borders expanded so the mongols gained new neighbors to the west. One of these new neighbours was the korean empire. Which is the present day afghanistan whose pakistan turkmenistan and iran genghis khan wanted to establish trade relations with the charisma and empire so he sent a message to their ruler. That red eye master of the lands of the rising sun while you ruled those of the setting sun let us conclude a firm treaty of friendship and peace. The shot alauddin. Muhammad of the korean empire agreed to his proposal. That this point gingas. Kahn was busy in invading the rest of the jin dynasty so he had no interest in invading the karez me an empire as it would cause heavy casualties all he was interested in was profiting through trade. However the shot of the korean empire had heard how genghis khan had ravaged the jin capital of jong do and killed all its inhabitants so he was suspicious of genghis khan's true therefore when gascons caravan containing five hundred people entered the charisma an empire. The governor of one of his cities arrested all the people in the caravan. The governor claimed that they were not traders but mongolian spies when gangs con learned of whereas millions outrageous behavior. He sent three ambassadors to the chorus. Heim empire one of these ambassadors was a muslim and the other two were mongols. Genghis khan demanded that the caravan be set free and the governor be handed over for his actions. However the shah of the karez mehan empire shaved the head of the to mongols cut the head of the muslim and sent the ambassadors back. Genghis khan gascon considered ambassadors sacred. So the shah's actions were taken as a personal insult against khan therefore in twelve nineteen. Genghis khan went to war with the caribbean empire. Leading an army of two hundred thousand soldiers. The shod the charisma empire had recently conquered several regions so he thought that the people in the soldiers of the newly conquered regions wouldn't be loyal to him therefore he did not gather all his army in one place because he was afraid they might arrange a coup d'etat and overthrow him however it proved to be a deadly mistake because without a united defense. The shock couldn't respond effectively to genghis khan's attacks from the reports on genghis khan's attacks on jin. The sean knew that genghis kahn had no siege weapons. This made it difficult. For genghis kahn to take fortified cities in the jin dynasty. So the shop predicted the genghis khan would face difficulty in invading the cities in the korean empire. To cover genghis khan had adopted many technical advancements of the jin military into his own military as a result. He now had gunpowder. He also had siege. Weapons like catapults. Battering rams and siege. Bows that could fire six meters long arrows into enemy siege weapons moreover he had also brought chinese men who were experts in siege warfare. Medicine and building bridges. Thus the shah's wrong prediction about genghis khan's army proved to be another fatal mistake in the war. Genghis kahn had established an extensive network of spies who were experts in gathering information. The mongols often incorporated the information from their spies to change their war strategy. They never went to war without learning about their enemies military might and their ability to resist so from information. They gathered about the shah. They knew that the shah was suspicious of his own military. Therefore genghis khan. I sent a group of assassins to kill the shah hence the shell was forced to run for his life within his own country. The superior strategies of gingas kahn and the tactical mistakes made by the shah turned the tides in favor of the mongols therefore the mongols were able to strike down the divided armies of their enemies and defeat the resume and empire after six years in twelve twenty five. The mongol conquest of the charisma and empire was effectively over. But it changed the course of history completely. Some of the most notorious mongolia atrocities in history were perpetrated. During this conquest countless cities were turned to dust and millions lay dead but despite killing millions of people genghis khan seems to have never regretted it in response to the huge genocide he committed. He said i am the punishment of god. If you had not committed great sins god would not have inflicted punishment such as me upon you. The shah dynasty had previously surrendered to the mongols and agreed to be their vassal state. So before he set out for the war against a charisma and empire genghis. Kahn asked the shah dynasty for help. However the shah dynasty refused to help citing that if genghis khan needed the help of a vassal state to win a war he was not fit to be the supreme ruler anymore. This greatly annoyed genghis khan so when he returned. After destroying the korean empire he waged a second war against the shah dynasty. The shah dynasty was eventually crushed by the mongols however gingas kahn himself did not live to see in twelve. Twenty seven during this war gingas. Kahn died the.
"khan" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People
"They will help you. Better understand the development of events as well as the location of various tribes and countries mentioned in this episode after ten became gangs kong. He said about conquering other strong nations. Gascons conquest began with china. During genghis khan's time china was ruled by three kingdoms the western shia dynasty in the northwest the jin dynasty in the north and northeast and the song dynasty in the south of these three kingdoms. The mongols shared borders with the western shah dynasty and the jin dynasty. The mongols shared their western border with the western shah dynasty. Genghis khan believed that defeating the western shah dynasty would give him a gateway to defeat the bigger more powerful jin dynasty so he decided to attack the western shah dynasty. I the western shah dynasty emerged as an independent kingdom in the eleventh century at the time of arrival of the mongols had even served as a vassal state for the jin dynasty but its relationship with the jin dynasty was not so smooth so gingas. Kahn predicted that if he attacked the western shah dynasty. I the younger gen ruler. One yanji wouldn't interfere therefore he went ahead and attacked the western shah dynasty. Just likelihood predicted jin refused to come to western. Shah's aid when western. Shaw asked him for help. Even the western show was a vassal state of jin but taking western shawl was not an easy task. After all for the first time genghis kahn would be fighting against a fortified nation protected by the great wall of china. Genghis khan knew that. As long as the great wall of china stands. He wouldn't be able to defeat the western shah dynasty at the same time. He also knew that he couldn't destroy the great wall of china because he didn't have any siege weapons so instead of destroying it. He just took his troops surrounded and entered the western shah dynasty once inside the mongols were able to defeat several cities despite their initial difficulty and fighting against well-guarded cities. Finally they arrived at the gates of western shaw's capital city which had a well fortified garrison of one hundred fifty thousand troops. Genghis khan knew it would take significant toll on his military. If he fought those troops head-on he wanted to force the city to surrender instead. So i he feigned retreat and killed many of western shah's troops who fell for his act and followed him then. He tried to flood the city by turning the course of the yellow river. But the dike they built for this purpose broke and the river flooded the mongol kemps instead but despite the failure of their plan the king of western yasser surrendered he submitted to the mongols is a vassal state and gave his daughter's hand in marriage to genghis khan in twelve eleven after conquering western. Shaw gingas. kahn turned his attention to the jin dynasty. The jin dynasty had always been wary of their neighboring nomadic mongol tribes they knew if these tribes united it would become a big problem for them so the jin dynasty adopted divide and rule approach towards these tribes. They incited battles between different tribes and even shifted support between tribes to ensure none of the tribes got too powerful. They even extended the great wall of china by three hundred kilometers along their border towards the mongols however they missed their chance to destroy damage damaging con when he was a small chieftain a mistake for which they paid dearly then twelve. oh four even before he became. Genghis khan tenjin com began attacking small villages of the jin dynasty in the border he then incited these villages to convert to his side however the jin ruler underestimated tenjin. Kahn the mongols. He believed that the mongols didn't stand a chance against jin's military might so he did not strengthen defenses against the mongols twelve ten the jin dynasty sent an envoy to genghis kahn asking him to submit to them as a vassal state gascon however spat on the ground and sent the envoy back to submit to the jin dynasty genghis khan's refusal to submit to the jin dynasty as a vassal state was considered a declaration of war. When king heard how genghis khan had behaved he sent genghis. Kahn message the tread. Our empire is as fast as the see. Yours is but a handful of sand. How can we fear you. The gin kings message was a bold statement but it was justified at that time. The jin dynasty was one of the kingdoms in the world that was well defended moreover they had imaginable wealth an enormous army and state of the art weapons like gunpowder and chemicals in addition to that they had the great wall of china so he did not have to worry about the mongols invading the jin dynasty after all the mongolian army was only an army of nomads. The didn't even have any siege weapons then. Twelve eleven after conquering western. Shaw genghis khan summoned a military council of mongolian chiefs in that council. After consulting these mongolian chiefs gascon decided to attack the jin dynasty with full force. So genghis kahn gathered an army of one hundred thousand men to attack. Jim leaving only two thousand men to guard his base in mongolia. In response jin sent an army of eight hundred thousand infantry and one hundred fifty thousand elite cavalry the jin army outnumbered the invading mongols by almost ten to one yet. Their numerical advantage was lost because of the tactical mistakes. That the jin army committed for starters. They spread a part of their army thin. So that most part of the great wall could be guarded however genghis khan broke through the great wall where it was. The weakest behind that entry point was a mountain pass behind that pass the jin armies main unit of four hundred thousand men was waiting they had spread out on mountainous terrain to obstruct the mongolian cavalry. While writing up a mountain the cavalry would lose the advantage against the infantry so it was to serve as a big advantage against the mongols whose specialty was mounted archery however instead of attacking the mongols head on jin's general sent a messenger to the mongols to negotiate peace but genghis khan was able to scare the messenger who defected to the mongols side and revealed the jin armies position so using that intel. The mongols dismounted their horses climb the mountains on foot and launched a concentrated attack on the gen central army. They were fighting on a mountain and the jin army was spread thin so the central army could not communicate their status to the rest of the army thus the central army ended up being annihilated. Because they couldn't ask for help after destroying the central army the mongols pursued the rest of the army and killed them to what followed was a bloody murder in which the mongols killed thousands of jin soldiers mercilessly and left dead bodies for a hundred miles after that battle. The mongols laid waste to several cities of the jin dynasty. Finally they reached jin's capital cities on. Do which is the present. Day beijing when he came to beijing gingas. Kahn found another wolf facing him. This wall which surrounded beijing was twelve meter high and sixteen kilometers long. Jin soldiers stood guard on it waiting to throw molten metals burning loyal and poison on the invading mongols. Genghis khan understood that. Beijing was not a city that he could take by force so his army rated the countryside and centrifuges pouring into beijing and other cities consequently beijing was faced with severe food shortages and the population resorted to killing and eating each other so the jin army had to kill tens of thousands of its own people finally in twelve fourteen unable to hold out anymore. The jin dynasty surrendered to the mongols. The mongols let jen keep their capital cities. Do in return. The general agreed to give the mongols silver gold silk warriors and horses after. They made their agreement. The gin king suddenly moved his capital to another city in the south abandoning zonda but gingas. Kahn took the jin emperors action of moving. His capital is a breach of the agreement. So he ravaged zong due to the ground and killed all its inhabitants for the next two decades the mongols kept invading weaken jin further until jin was completely destroyed in twelve thirty four. The car kid..
"khan" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People
"Hello listeners welcome to part three of our podcast on genghis khan before we begin our podcast. We would like to thank all or patrons without whom this podcast wouldn't have been possible. You can become patron to and support us to keep creating such informative episodes for just two dollars per month. You can get early access to all our episodes. The short summary of last week's episode then the twelfth century ad there were five major mongolian tribes the markets the totters the catalog mongols the carrots and the netherlands. Each of these tribes was ruled by a leader called. Khan genghis khan was born tenjin. One of these tribes called the catalog mongols. His father was the tribes con. When tim eugene was nine years old one of the other tribes the totters poisoned and killed his father after his death ten try abandoned him and his family thereafter. Tim megyn and his family struggled a lot to survive. After several years he married a girl called board immediately after his marriage. The tribe called merck gets kidnapped his wife so to retrieve his wife he forged alliances with his father's friend toggle. Who was the con of the powerful tribe called carrots and his childhood friend market. Who was the con of small tribe. Together they were able to gather twenty thousand troops. Attacked the mercs and take-back wife after this attack on the markets ten eugene's reputation to lead an army grew and he started to gain followers but he was in the way of his friend mccain who's aim was to rule the mongolian plateau so they both split ways his tribe. The camera mongols couldn't find any capable leader to lead them the death of his father several years ago so in eleven eighty nine d after ten. Yeo jin muck parted ways. The commod mongols made them. they're the thus became eugen con after he became damaging con he was attacked by jamaica but tenjin khan escaped capture. A few years later ten con integral defeated the totters with the help of the jin dynasty of china than ten khan defeated jamaca thereafter when toggle joined with john mccain and turned against him he defeated toggle and his tribe. The carrots after that. Tim eugene khan defeated. The nine monds who gave protection to jamaica after defeating the normand's tenjin con found your market and killed him to thus.
"khan" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People
"Hello listeners welcome to our biography podcast. This week's podcast is about genghis khan. We thank all our patrons without whom this podcast wouldn't have been possible throughout history. Many small tribes have existed around the world but most of them had disappeared without leaving a mark in history. The mongols were similar bunch of nomadic tribes to they were barbarians who fought and killed each other for the most trivial reasons until the twelfth century. Ad but in the twelfth century ad they cast their differences aside and united under one leader under his command they expanded rapidly and eventually established a largest contiguous land empire in history. Their empire spanned seventeen point eight percent of the world stretching from europe in the west to career in the east to this day. Historians are baffled. As to how a bunch of nomadic tribesmen could pull such a feat what baffles even more. Is that their leader. Who made such a feat possible came from an insignificant background. he literally rose from nothing and established an empire. The likes of which history had never seen before historical records speak of their leader as merciful ruler but a ruthless enemy his name the name that brought hope to his allies and despair to his enemies was genghis khan genghis khan introduced trading to the mongols promoted trade and permitted all religions to be practiced freely at the same time. He murdered millions of his enemies. According to a persian scholar once he ordered fifty thousand of his soldiers to kill twenty four enemy citizens each thus in one invasion alone. He killed almost one point two million people..
"khan" Discussed on The WoMed
"All Right Dr Khan thank you so much for taking the time to speak with me today. . Welcome to the woman I've actually been wanting to have you on here for a while now Oh thank you for inviting me truly. . I'd been following you for a while from the woman account but I feel like I really started taking in more of your post like win Kovic hit. . All of us have become a little bit more inwardly thinking yes route. . Ourselves in our house will yeah. . Yeah. . It's been amazing and you'd have a really incredible way of delivering information that I feel like even a non medical person could digest it but like you explain it in a way that it makes it so easy. . Well I'm the only doctor in my family. . Really. . I at. So . always <hes> have to explain everything to everybody my mom my sister has been in their words. . So I, , my husband's not a physician either so. . So I'm used to explaining things to. . So I always think how they explain this to my mother and my sister. . They would be able to grasp it. . So God so And also. . You know I think that <hes> I love to teach. . So I always wonder why people follow me because I'm not exactly sure has with the code you know most of what I do is cardiology related on meet related but you know I have been reading. . So a Lotta Times something I'm like, , Oh my God this is so interesting I have to tell everybody I love that. . So the. . Air Purifier. . I Call I people need to know this are people need to so anything that thing with the heart is everything affects the heart rape stress air quality, , <hes> Kovac, , so really because. . I kinda tie almost anything in because <hes> you know it will always have a downstream effect to the heart. . That's really true. . That's really true. . Well I think it's such a gift that you have and I feel like if I ever were in need of your services, , I would really want you to be my doctor in that because the just the way you presented I mean you're taking the time and you're reading all these different studies, , which honestly makes my head hurt like trying to like analyze and take in different like research studies but the way you present it, , it's like Oh my God. . Okay. . That makes sense in. You've . just become a very trusted source for me of information. . So you know part of the challenges. . You know the instagram format is visual right? ? So I myself an experimental so there has to be a pitcher right rail. . That's why I have the you know like a board or something 'cause now I need to be able to find my own post all where is fish oil post? ? Right yeah. . Yeah. . But then I, , it's Kinda creative. . How do I get the the main parts of the data? ? Visually interesting way <hes> that succinct. . 'cause you use only the caption I don't know about you but like sometimes my is just cross like reading that. . Yeah option Oh. . Yeah. . So The caption is the attention grabber. . I've been playing around with a like a slide deck. . It's almost like a slide show yet <hes> <unk>. . Some things I need to say, , so it needs to be a chalk talk. . Has after dry or and it's just me and my iphone. . So. So . part of it is is. . It's create. . It's creative for me right has I have what I want to say, , how can I do it in a visually interesting way? ? Also to be succinct. . 'cause you know doctors go on and on and on and lectures can be like on and on and on right yeah. . Yeah How do you get a key point? ? Get it across in an interesting way people like Aha I got. . Yes. . I felt that way after your I mean you you broke down the hydroxy clear Quinn steady and like you're like your chalk talk, , you know you're nearly everything I was like Oh my God I want to learn from you every day. . Yeah. . So that's the thing. . So it's fun for me because I have to pivot to different formats right depending on what I WANNA do <hes>. . Whether it's the easy thing for me to do an inspirational pokes grab insure of my family, , right something inspirational I'm done in like fifteen minutes, , right? ? Right. . But to an educational pulsed. . I would already do the reading. . So I'm already rigged article and I think, , Oh, , this is really interesting. . Then breaking it apart, , figuring out how to deliver what a cute little emoji. . Duo Voice. . So that's the fun. . That's the creative and fun part to make. . Take a while. . So. . Yeah, , I know. . It's part of the brain that I don't normally use when I teach follows you know for that during a dry board lecture with the facts, , right? ? Right. . So this involves visual creativity, , which is for me using the other part of my brain which. . Is Fun and interesting to
"khan" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"Dot Com. . Thank you so much for for coming on the show. . Georgina. . Thank you for having me on. . Now this is a fascinating book because it's also about your life and the human connections and you speak about the impact, , the Sir, , your gp Dr George had on your family growing up how important was he a role model for you in your career? ? Dodger George was was like a really big part of our family life ready because my mom, , my mom holds doctors in really high regard. . From a working customary, , my mom worked away at from a cleaner to a social worker. . My Dad was a bus driver and so doctors were really revered. . Dr George will issue with the lady she was fear degeorge and. . She she was just like the pinnacle of everything my. . Doctor should be she. . She knew is really well, , she knew individually, , she asked about those when we went to see her, she's , got other family members that nick without really kind of old fashioned family. . That we all kind of dream of having which is really hard to kind of get. . But. . But you know it was really important and I I really I remember really clearly when when Dr George Retired and she had a bit of a tea party in the waiting room. . which which again, , we never do that now. . Kind of infection control Pepsi's but but she had she had a tea party <unk> patients mom will have wedding sorry to it was such a big deal and. . I remember getting dressed up putting going to erase accuse US really sad but really excited to be invited to this. . You know it was that kind of movement that I thought. . Wow you know don't just can have a real impact on people's lives particularly cheap please we don't often hear about that side from from General Practitioner we a lot of the drama we imagine happens in hospital and a lot of impact league we imagine happens in hospital, , but so much can happen in general position in the community. . Absolutely. . It's an completely integral part of our day. . To Day life is not by my mother was a doctor and she was talking about how things had changed. . She was a doctor for fifty years and she said one thing she really noticed now is that that people never touched you she says her main job as GP was to lay her hands on people and for people to feel that contact and cheap felt when she was a patient in her later years that just never really happened. . No. . No I trained GP's as well at she. . I G P now full for over ten years have been adopted for. . Sixty years I think now and you know you have to gauge the situation. . It's not. . We don't touch people complete know if if there's an elderly lady, , an elderly person, , you're a child. . Gentle handle may have this is always you knew appropriate as needed. . We go to be very careful of course, , and I were give advice to my GP trainees but you're absolutely right things have have changed and there's a lot of pressure on GP's now not just through the volume of demand also the volks ticking exercise and when when it's just the doctor and the patient when it's just me and my patient in the room that coal pot of general hasn't changed in all the years that it's been around but it's everything else around not not puts pressure on that situation and can take away from those nuances are so important. . Now you'll book the doctor will see now follows your fifteen years working as a GP from rookie to becoming a partner in one of the busiest surgeries it tell me about the surgery and and you're working. . Patton, , there, , I mean, , presumably the numbers are pretty overwhelming. . Yes. . So so it is the Biz in in inner city Bradford and we have a very kind of multicultural patient base, , which is, , which is brilliant. . It's why I wanted to work. . <hes> we have twenty, , five, , thousand patients registered our our our practice is incredibly jaws can. . Before then there's always a big cured stations has a big rush on the phones when when the phone lines open and with admits, , Yoyo Clinic lists will be full than extras will be added on because patients need to be seen, , and so from the moment you get it and it doesn't matter how you getting nearly bad and I get in very early about seven quarter seven the minute you get working flat-out right through to the end of the day. . But you I say all of this in my book, the , kind of things that that really helps you keep you going mongst pressure is is your colleagues. . Michael. . Just amazing. . I. . Asked I went with some of the best GP's and I. . Them every day the best nurses again, , I learn from them as well <hes>, , and it makes a big difference in friends outside of work and I think that's really helped me because he is so much about GP's bailing out healthcare professionals bidding out and I think that would be a real risk if I didn't have the support of my colleagues in the friendships of my of my colleagues and so that makes a big difference for me, ,
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"khan" Discussed on Blind History
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"While it's worth mentioning you talk about succession, so he had three famous sons. The eldest son was junkie and Jodi might not have been his son. because. His wife had been abducted, and then he rescued her. Genghis Khan. And when she came back, she was pregnant, so it may or may not have been his child, but he was I. Suppose Good enough to adopt the child. Anyway and Jackie was by far the eldest, but the problem was the his other sons refused to submit to jokey now the eldest of his other sons, with cooled chugging by and chugging, apparently had this really bad attitude, he was very aggressive and violent, not particularly common, not very clever, the second son on that side in the woods, his third eldest son altogether was cold August day and they appointed him. Him as the success during Genghis Khan's life, because he reckoned, he was the most temperate, sensible and moral of all of the children that he had, so he really did think it. Through is also some dispute over the fact that might have been poisoned by Genghis Khan's orders, because he died during his father's life, and he'd become something of a political problem to him at that stage, so it is a complex story, and obviously like any great empire. It's just never as good off to the great conquer. Themselves has died. I'll agree with that. He was definitely impressive. But at least they was dissembling edge, but what I really enjoyed about Ganga's is he had so many different facets to him. Lockup mentioned earlier, military genius tactician, but also administratively he was so so good at taking the based out of the regions in the trump, said he conquered, and just making the Mongol, impossible, impressive and successful. Well, it was exactly that and they had a code was called the Yesica, and that was created by Genghis Khan and they didn't really care about your ethnicity or your race. It was very much based along the lines of meritocracy as I mentioned earlier, and the exception was Genghis Khan,.
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"If you someone who was very good at sourcing food, you would make the administrative full for agriculture and that kind of thing, so he was a real stickler for merit and paps. That's also why his empire expanded as far as it did. He was hugely religiously tolerant to he didn't. Didn't mind what religion you had. He believed religion was a personal issue. He didn't force his own religion down on anyone will he believed in the Sky God, which was kind of a a religion that all of his adherents of his tribes mostly took to later cons became Christians he quite notably with the Schoff Persia that stage and he was Muslim, but he didn't. Didn't have a problem with the religion. I think what people have termed is a hero monster. Because I mean he could be absolutely brutal if you resisted him in any way, up every single piston slick their threats, but if you didn't if you surrended and if your loyalty music incredibly loyal to you, and said it was matched to him, been just a brutal killer. Very, very tactically astute, brilliant in psychological Wolfe's to create massive fear, just lipper rumors. Garad has scary. They actually are at a what people used to do that. Draw the gun killed themselves. Some of the women you suggest gun jump off buildings because I didn't want get conquered by the Mongols because that be raped and murdered. He created that sock logical will fit interest in the NFL tactical Saudi Lynch so much from the tribes and the regions that he conquered, and he brought that inches fall the quite as skills say he was never scared to learn, and rotting was a big. Big Part of his. If you can call it administration people to do that. One of the things that he learned from the Chinese was siege warfare, and they made use of its at the battle of semiconductor defeated that city, using siege warfare, they managed to conquer place up to then had not been conquered, but I do want us to pay attention to some of the Agley, vicious, spiteful and nasty brutal things that he and his army will well known full. He had a way of deciding who would live, and who would die when he conquered nations, and it was cold measuring. Lynch Pin. Have you heard of this? Not Haven't so apparently what they would do is they would line up all the male captives, and they would walk beside a wagon. Wheel is a big wagon wheel, and if they heads will higher than the pin, which is a pin inserted at the end of the Axel. They were immediately executed, so it was a huge wheel. They used to transport. And the technique used to preempt against revenge texts that were coming between the tribes of the time, so if you toll and taller than the linchpin tough lack for you. You were executed immediately. If you were short, lived you live because you were probably less dangerous? So, that's amazing. There's this guy called Jim Muka who had been a friend of Genghis Khan, and then turned against him and Genghis Khan I think very nobly said to the guy look. Let's be friends again. He refused and wouldn't submit himself, said we could only be one sun in the sky and so concert vitamin have to kill you. And he said please give me a noble death, and they would do this without spilling blood. They would break someone's back. I. Don't know about you, but that sounds like a pretty horrible way to die. It is, but I think what the was is. There was no blood spilt vets. Watt was honorable. Having your back, broken and Strangulation Gareth was another honorable web dying..
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"And look off to them and worked for them, but then he's dad was poisoned and say he was brought back to his clan, but interestingly enough kidnapping of Ganga's mom really set the scene for later battles because their tribe, they really wanted revenge against these dead and ultimately staff. They wanted revenge against any. Of his dead, these tribal stories at quite hectic he had an elder brother, but he was his half brother called Becton. And b-actor apparently wanted to exercise pie and took Genghis mother as a wife, and he didn't like this at all, so he and the other brothers ganged up, and they killed him the he killed his elder half brother in order to establish his authority and save his mother from. Being taken as a as an extra wife. It's just very bizarre that time was so course violent and complex off the admitted his off Brad, he was kidnapped by another tribe, and he was put in with Ecuador Wooden Vaas said the Tarantula Nick, and then you hands, and then Rub tots him, and he had lift stocks right, exactly locked and yet to live locker at. And in the end he had to work out how to skype one day he did. They used to have these big. Get togethers around the fine And say he escaped, and there's so many times in his life. You see his young that he had to Skype, and any used this tactic quite often it put himself in a cold river and hid in the water, so that I couldn't find him. That's absolutely frightening, but this is what brought them to the relationship with a very successful. She would just talk. And teeth found the young tim in the river, and he basically dragged him, looked off him and Santa Monies way back to his family, and he never got that, and the three of them really worked hard to sort of cement the grading. Mongol Empire Lights on your I. Have to say that reading. I thought a brilliant book about him which I had to skim through, because there's so many different tribal confederations and wars, and you know tribes I'd never heard of before mentioned the Tata's and there's an actual positive southern Russia northern Mongolia Cold Tajikistan which I didn't know about. These were powerful Tribeca in the later living hundreds and this guy went systematically through these. These tribes just countering them. He forayed into China terrorized that part of the world, apparently, the Chinese population was as low as it was during the Mongol Empire, and it was largely as a result of famine and plagues and the flooding of the Yangtze River, but it was also because the Mongols would just execute hundreds of thousands of people every time that they opposed them in a wall when he was a military genius, so amongst even being administrative, but very much like. If you think back to our podcast on a Taylor, they were excellent horsemen, men and the enemies. We used to stand fighting, but these get moving, so that could never really get them. Of At seventy times in our history, podcast is speed of attack, so Alexander used to pick up. The Gaza even finished getting out of bed and. Beyond the doors. If this was so similar with Ganga's the other thing they used to do is, they would feign a retreat, and then they. Hide off the troops behind the trees of the hills, and then the enemy would think they would retreating, and then they'd route them and take them out completely..
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"During his short, but expensive rain, he brought millions of souls under the banner of the Mongol Empire. Writing and fighting on horseback, he and his horde advanced into Persia Eastern Europe and China with such veracity that even long after his reign ended, the mere mention of his name would make men shudder women. We and children hide. Such was the reputation of the great Genghis Khan. His real name was ten Jin Borgen, but he was officially Genghis Kahn or the gingas Emperor Fonda and I emperor of the Mongol Empire which became the largest contiguous empire in history of his death. He came to power by uniting many of the nomadic tribes of northeast in Asia after finding empire USA launched Mongol. Invasions that conquered must've Eurasia campaigns initiated in his lifetime, included those against many different tribes, even the Shah of Iran and raids into medieval Georgia all the way in eastern Europe. These campaigns are accompanied by in historical records massive massacres of civilian populations, so we'll talk about those when we get into the nitty gritty of it, but by the end of his life the Mongol Empire. A substantial portion of central, Asia and China. Due to his exceptional military successes, Genghis Khan is considered one of the greatest conquerors of all time. Anthony Metros with me. It is time for us to explore the world if you con in about the year twelve hundred to twelve twenty seven, when he supposedly died on August the eighteenth, and isn't this terrific guests incredible lock? You already enjoyed the history of Attila. The hatton and they were rumors. Will some talk about possible links? Maybe were born in some areas when lost area of of Central Asia. But this guy was phenomenal. I mean he was much bitter. Comparable to Alexander, the great and really phenomenal well I find it fascinating to read about his conquests, but he started off life nut particularly gloriously in Apure put tried will the his father was chief. He was married off at age nine and sent to live with his S, while would be wife's family where he worked basically for them, and then eventually was marriageable at around twelve, and he got married. A woman called butter. And it turns out that his father had been poisoned by these people cold. The Tata's and that started the whole story for Genghis because he went back to vengeance father's death, but he was a kid and use like twelve years old. And he found his brothers, and they rallied together, but the tribe actually cost family out, and they were abject poverty that to live off of terrible things like Bison caucuses an. An. And my son and mom, it's which alike like bolts, and that's what they had to eat, so his life was difficult when he was a kid. I think that was quite interesting was approach that he's father took to? His wife to be. His father was out on a raid and if that's what they did, and he saw this beautiful women in a carriage being taken with this particular. Say kidnapped two metres off so that's the way they operated it does. and. That was Ganga's Mum, but this year rocks the dance have looked. You need to marry Boorda and the customers. He needed to go to his family..
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