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Caller Says Manhattan DA Is Treating President Trump Like Napoleon Bonaparte
"I said, I love your show. I've always listened to it. And now what did you What do you think you called in to talk about how the D h treating a President Trump. What do you want to say about that? Well, I think they're treating them as if he's Napoleon Bonaparte trying to level France and destroy Europe on one side on the other side, like his Ganga's punk, and he wants to conquer the world and nothing could be further from the truth. You know, The funny thing is he He abided by the law. Despite the allegations against him, he abided by court decisions. He was enforcing immigration laws, which Biden won't do. He doesn't have a racist bone in his body. That's right. I said it despite the efforts by the media and others to paint him that way. And
Napoleon Is Part of Us, Macron Tells France After Row Over Anniversary
"French president macron. Commemorated napoleon today on the two hundredth anniversary of his death. Emburey eleanor beardsley reports. Mccrone had to walk a tightrope. As napoleon's legacy divides france knipling benefits. Napoleon bonaparte is part of us. Said mccall paying tribute to the emperor's genius as a strategist legislator builder of modern france but macron also spoke of napoleon reinstating slavery in the caribbean and his wars that caused millions of deaths in europe. And beyon- mackall called the wreath laying at napoleon's massive marble tomb of ration-. Not a celebration. He also cautioned against judging figures of the past by today's ethical
Go to F**king Sleep
"Napoleon bonaparte's once famously. Said let a bitch sleep or wind. She wakes she will move mountains or something often may wish that there was an auden for your mind or perhaps it was never an to begin with because you are not working with a full deck and maybe our chest own little bit stupid regardless of your cerebral bandwidth. Hyperactive brain can really fuck up your rent cycles whether you are mensa bound or complete shit for brains this guided. Meditation is intended to quiet the mind so you can relish in a beautiful slumber a well rested is crucial from product titi and mental stability. So you don't act like come. Malfunctioning psychopath commerce. State of mind allows for you not only sleep better. Anxiety increases focus makes you more enjoyable. In mixed company treats stops circular thinking improve. Your memory satisfies the body and makes you less like up. Busted
"napoleon bonaparte" Discussed on What Got You There with Sean DeLaney
"It's more vivid now and really connected. Final one here I would love to know if you could sit down, do this with someone interview for an entire evening dead or alive not a family member friend is there anyone that you'd love to do that with other people? I would love to do that with. And some of them are skewered. Only social psychologists in very few of them would recognize the name do stuff. So. We'll pass that one. He's the great leap terrific work that no one ever noticed. He anticipated a lot of what was going to happen. So. I would just spend time with him because he for a lot of the themes that in my field. Are Very central today he had the decades before anybody else had what was his name again Gustav Kaiser Bless you. All I have not come across him but. Very few very few people have but. He was talking about. situation ISM. Just give you one example idea that Were much as a species for much more flexible much for response to the situation we're in as opposed to our actions really coming out of our character. This goes back idea mentioned before. Individually, we're all unique and we're all characters, but when you get to a specific situation where circumstances. We're all more like one another than than not. I mean the situation drives our behavior. That's what situation isn't. That is. Really in the old days couldn't predict who is going to go all the way in the shocking experiment that was done literally shocked well, not was state shocking electricshocking. Done by. Stanley milgram but. Many more people than you would think when all the way. So So that's the ideal situation he was. He was talking about that well, before anybody else was that becomes a dominant theme because Milgram, because of other experiments in in the sixties and seventies but I, mean trying to think if there's anybody Either quick situation with while I have you here 'cause I recently just came across a quote and he was talking about Napoleon Bonaparte and Essentially Napoleon Bonaparte became Napoleon Bonaparte because he was a part of the great wars and that led him to becoming that great leader..
New Caledonia voters choose to stay part of France
"Pacific archipelago of New New Caledonia have decided against independence from France. NPR's Eleanor Beard, so he reports 53% of margin was tighter. In the previous referendum Two years ago in 18 2056% of voters chose to remain part of France. New Caledonia became French in 18 53 under Emperor Napoleon, the third, Napoleon Bonaparte's nephew and heir. The archipelago Some 2000 miles east of Australia, was used for decades as a prisoner colony. French citizenship was granted to all can AKs in 1957. Referendums are the final steps of a process that started 30 years ago after years of violence that pitched pro independence activists against those wishing to remain part of France. As
"Welcome to classics for Kids I'm Naomi Lewin Fransius of Haydn is known as the father of the symphony because he took that form of orchestra music and perfected it. But no one changed the symphony more than Ludvig Fund Beethoven. The First Symphony Beethoven wrote definitely sounds like it was influenced by Haydn's music. By the time Beethoven wrote his second symphony tragedy had struck, but you'd never know it from the music. The Summer Beethoven wrote his Second Symphony was the summer he realized he was going death. Instead of letting his misery out in his music Beethoven put it all into a letter at the end of which he said he wasn't going to let deafness stop him from being a musician. When Napoleon Bonaparte started conquering Europe Van was a huge fan because he thought Napoleon was going to help ordinary people. Beethoven planned to dedicate his third symphony to Napoleon. But then Napoleon. Crowned himself emperor proving that he was more interested in power than people. Beethoven was furious and changed the name of his symphony number three to ero- Ika the heroic symphony. Beethoven's Fourth Symphony has some very dancing music. Sometimes. The fourth kind of gets lost in the shuffle between the Aurora and the even more famous symphony that came next Beethoven's fifth. Avenue. The man who wrote the first biography of Beethoven claimed that the composer meant the opening at the to be knocking at the door. But a student of Beethoven's thought his teacher had nothing more faithfully mind than a bird call from a kind of sparrow a yellowhammer. Whether or not Beethoven included a bird in his fifth. He certainly put birds and a lot more nature into his six, which even has a nature nickname, the pastoral or pastorale symphony. No birds at all in Beethoven's symphony number seven just rousing music. In Beethoven's Eighth Symphony something is clearly ticking. More about that next week, which brings us to Beethoven's ninth a piece that completely changed how people thought of symphonies. No one had ever used singers in a symphony before, but Beethoven put plenty of them into the last movement of the peace in his famous. Ode to Joy, with words by German playwright. Friedrich Schiller. I one person seems it. And eventually a whole chorus joins in. People all over the world know and love Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. When the Berlin Wall came down, they celebrated with a huge concert featuring Beethoven's ninth. I've been sung it in China where audiences went crazy next week the mechanical object in Beethoven's symphony number eight and a lot more pieces of music describe inanimate objects
"Welcome to classics for Kids I'm Naomi Lewin Fransius of Haydn is known as the father of the symphony because he took that form of orchestra music and perfected it. But no one changed the symphony more than Ludvig Fund Beethoven. The First Symphony Beethoven wrote definitely sounds like it was influenced by Haydn's music. By the time Beethoven wrote his second symphony tragedy had struck, but you'd never know it from the music. The Summer Beethoven wrote his Second Symphony was the summer he realized he was going death. Instead of letting his misery out in his music Beethoven put it all into a letter at the end of which he said he wasn't going to let deafness stop him from being a musician. When Napoleon Bonaparte started conquering Europe Van was a huge fan because he thought Napoleon was going to help ordinary people. Beethoven planned to dedicate his third symphony to Napoleon. But then Napoleon. Crowned himself emperor proving that he was more interested in power than people. Beethoven was furious and changed the name of his symphony number three to ero- Ika the heroic symphony. Beethoven's Fourth Symphony has some very dancing music. Sometimes. The fourth kind of gets lost in the shuffle between the Aurora and the even more famous symphony that came next Beethoven's fifth. Avenue. The man who wrote the first biography of Beethoven claimed that the composer meant the opening at the to be knocking at the door. But a student of Beethoven's thought his teacher had nothing more faithfully mind than a bird call from a kind of sparrow a yellowhammer. Whether or not Beethoven included a bird in his fifth. He certainly put birds and a lot more nature into his six, which even has a nature nickname, the pastoral or pastorale symphony. No birds at all in Beethoven's symphony number seven just rousing music. In Beethoven's Eighth Symphony something is clearly ticking. More about that next week, which brings us to Beethoven's ninth a piece that completely changed how people thought of symphonies. No one had ever used singers in a symphony before, but Beethoven put plenty of them into the last movement of the peace in his famous. Ode to Joy, with words by German playwright. Friedrich Schiller. I one person seems it. And eventually a whole chorus joins in. People all over the world know and love Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. When the Berlin Wall came down, they celebrated with a huge concert featuring Beethoven's ninth. I've been sung it in China where audiences went crazy
Trump: Let 'Napoleon Bonaparte' rescue the Kurds
"How does the United States stop a Turkish invasion of Syria for which the US had previously cleared the way president trump is imposed sanctions against Turkey he is warning turkeys leader president everyone not to go too far in a region where the U. S. withdrew yesterday vice president Mike pence said he is being sent on a mission with the national security adviser the president has directed me and Robert o'brien to to lead lead a a delegation delegation to to Turkey Turkey in in the the immediate immediate future future but but to to begin begin discussions discussions and and negotiations negotiations to to bring bring the the bloodshed bloodshed to to an an end end but but a a few few hours hours before before that that the the president president was was on on Twitter Twitter and and seem seem to to dismiss dismiss the the conflict conflict he he said said it it was was quote quote seven seven thousand thousand miles miles away away and and as as for for the the Kurds Kurds US US allies allies in in Syria Syria who are now in trouble the president said he did not care if they got help from quote Russia China or Napoleon Bonaparte democratic senator Chris van Hollen is on the line now senator good morning good morning good to be with you do you support the vice president's effort to negotiate some better arrangement well I support any effort to stop the Turkish incursion and slaughter of our Syrian Kurdish allies that but the reality is that what the president has done so far is first green light the Turkish operation to begin with and now the sanctions that he announced yesterday are really pathetic the the steel sanctions represents the represents about four tenths of one percent of all of Turkey's exports the president still has a standing invitation to present air to want to visit the United States a lot more is necessary to get the Turks to stop and to protect ourselves from the resurgence of ISIS which is what's gonna happen secretary Mattis and others have predicted that and this is one of my ISIS fighters who seem to be getting loose is this is all happening they talk about wanting to do more as I understand it you and a Republican senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina I have been working together to come up with some kind of congressionally passed sanctions is that going to work and are enough Republicans going to be with you want it yes we are will be introducing that very shortly there's also bipartisan legislation in the house of representatives and I think it will have a very strong bipartisan support guy you've heard strong negative reactions across the political spectrum and our proposed sanctions will be very biting and they will stay in a fact Intel Turkey ends its aggression against the Syrian Kurds and withdraws its forces in proxies from the areas that it's taken although I'm just trying to think this through and I don't want to sound cynical center but of course it takes a while to legislate it would take weeks it might take months meanwhile Turkey is conducting its operation could they not kill everyone they want to kill to put it brutally and then they say okay fine will withdraw now what time is of the essence and the the best thing that could happen would be for president trump to impose devastating sanctions after all he's tweeted several times that he wants to he can quote devastate the Turkish economy and has it within his power to do a lot more than he's done he's constantly flip flopping on this issue but Congress when it wants to it can move very quickly we could enact sanctions in the house and Senate very quickly send it to the president's desk so it's essential that we do it look my view Steve is that we got to do everything we can to end the slaughter against the Syrian Kurds to stop the resurgence of isis this is a a desperate moment and we do everything we can do this though does point to a larger conflict has been going on for a long time Turkey has certain interests in the region they don't always match up with US interests in the region Turkey is a NATO ally really valuable NATO ally but just sees the world differently than perhaps some of the other NATO allies do does it make sense and is it going to continue to make sense for Turkey to remain in NATO and aligned with the United States what you're asking a very fundamental question in Turkey is really testing NATO and its relationship with NATO in addition to their efforts to slaughter our allies the Syrian Kurds they've taken delivery of a Russian has four hundred and it Vance the defense system against our strong objections is fact that Congress is now said that Turkey will no longer be able to take the F. thirty five advanced fighter yeah because by having the Russian air defence system they will put NATO pilots at risk and put NATO security risk so Turkey has been drifting the other way and I think it's time for an important debate with respect to what their role in NATO is going to be but for now we just got a deal with the immediate situation that we've got which means just press the Turks not to go too far in Syria or to get out of Syria what is the bottom line demand well the bottom line is to get out of Syria they have no reason to be with in in Syria what they're doing is really allowing ISIS to you know come back you know Turkey from the very beginning has not been with us in the fight against ISIS they allowed a lot of ISIS fighters to to come through Turkey many years ago where's the Syrian Kurds have been with us as partners in this effort in Holland need to get out senator Chris and holiday Maryland thanks so much
"napoleon bonaparte" Discussed on Podcast Revival
"Was the one area i suppose does it had to clear up. Is this man rebelling against caesar is he is he preaching that his he inciting riotous behaviour amongst his followers in song so on and so we read in verse thirty three then pod into need to the judgment whole gyn and code unto jason said onto him the king of the jews and jesus answered him science this this this thing about self will did others tell at the of me and politics it. Am i ju- nation and chief price of delivered the anti what have you done. What have you done to them why they so angry with you and jesus answered. My kingdom is not of this world. If my kingdom of this world my servants fights the should not be delivered to the jews but now is my kingdom not from hints so he spoke about having kingdom factor fanta quote load by napoleon bonaparte when he was in exhau- on saint helena island at her towards the end of his life breath he spoke about in pause earthly empires and he said and i quote alexander that's alexander the great caesar champagne and and i have founded impetus but on what did we risk the creations of <unk> genius reviewed his empire creation genius what we risk the genie's upon false jesus christ founded his empire upon love and at this hour millions of men would still dive an empire founded on love will last forever nor the pump pulse. We're going to read the this thirty seven pilot therefore sit onto him off king then and jesus answered thou sites that ana key and and to this end was odd bone and for this cause came into the world that i should bear witness under the truth everyone that is of the truth. He is my voice. What a wonderful statement areas there that hopefully would encompass every one of us here today in this meeting. Let's seek to be you of the truth that we might hear his voice that we might hear the calling of the lord and what he would have us to and how he would have us to live and an and the commitment that he would have to mac there everyone that is of the truth. He is his voice posit on him what his truth. It did not truth. He was totally out of his debts with truth when it said this he went out again to the jews and set onto them. I find him not not folks at all but you have accustomed that i should release onto you want the passover willie for that are released onto you. The king of the jews and i cried vaincrons guy saying not this man not jesus but barabbas now barabbas was a rubber see elsewhere that he was charged with murder and sedition himself itself and so they were crying him to be released not jesus now. There's a heavy thoughts about that as well adt for talk but i figured we fit that in today we'll do that another story of barabbas and what that means to us but we might go over. We're gonna come back to joan nineteen a little light ron. He might wanna put a mock of some sort but we're gonna go back to the gospel of luke and see another incident that happened here now. The gospels look few pages back and verse twenty three. I saw chapter twenty three luke twenty three and we see the introduction. Here's another man to man called. Herod pilot was the governor of judea and particularly jerusalem and herod jerod. <hes> who was it seems as though is the descendant of a isale <hes> he was in charge of galilee. Now jesus of course was from galilee and so there was an overlapping jurisdiction even though the events happened at jerusalem and we read in verse two of chapter after twenty three of look this is now it's the same set of circumstances here and we just read their the accusation that was given their about him setting himself up to baking <unk> accusing san we found this fellow perverting the nation of forbidding to give tribute to caesar saying that he himself is crossed the king and pilot asked asked him signed up advocating the jews as we just read that and he answered and said thou fasted and in politics said to the chief priests into the paper i find vote in this this man and i will the morpheus saying he stood up the people teaching throughout old jewelry and beginning from galilee to this place now when pilate i've heard of galilee he asked whether the man was a gallon lean and as soon as he knew that that was saw and then he belonged to harris jurisdiction he saint into herod hopefully inherit assault dismiss out from a policy point of view there who himself <hes> also was in jerusalem at that time no doubt for the passover feast and went inherit saw jesus he was exceeding glad but he was desirous to see him from for long says waiting a long time tonight this jesus because he had heard many things of him and he hoped to seen some miracle done by in now. We're introduced to this bank owed herod in this story. Inherit inherit was no stranger to the things of god being preached he'd had dealings before this time with <hes> with the michael john the baptist he was the wander the bible says was the voice of one crying in the wilderness. It was a voice it was eventually silenced by herod but to start with herod was strangely jason move by that and in fact his for herod feared john knowing that he was a just man and holy one and observed him and and when he heard he did many things and heard him gladly so he began to be moved by the preaching of john. The baptist herod was he was even even influenced in some of the decisions now death that he might until it got to be close to home and we read their that herod got involved with his own and sister in law and jones said that's wrong. You can't do that will read about that. We'll go back to matthew chapter fourteen just to sit the subic beck mbeki era. Hopefully we find out why back to the future matthew fourteen this is a story here of john the baptist dealings with herod post one at that time herod the titrate heard of the name of jesus and he and his et cetera servants. This is john the baptist he was he'd heard jesus and john. The baptist says will say had already been killed at this stage but then recounts cows guys back itself <unk> through the story and he thought that this jesus was a reincarnation of john the baptist this is john the baptist for he is risen him from the dead therefore mahi works to show them selves in chef oath themselves in the foot herod had lied hold on john and bound him imprisoned in prison for <unk> heroic site. His brother philip's wife for jones it onto him onto herod. It is not low for to have her and when he is philip the law shipowner and when he would have putting and when he would have put him to death he the mortgage because they counted him john to to be a prophet but when herod birthday was kicked the daughter of herodotus danced before them and it pleased herod wait for he promised with enough to give whatsoever she would ass and she being instructed by her mother said give me john the baptist head on chad run a plight and the king was sorry nevertheless for the sake and for the which avenue which sat down with him a mate he commanded to be given to her and so we saints and beheaded jong in prison and then we're gonna read there and <hes> <hes> the the hague was brought to fulfil his at that time so herod was a week and a cruel man he had opportunity to seek righteousness and holiness he had a favorite of contact with john the baptist and with their full the word of god but he spends he gave into his arm weakness he gave in in to pressure from others and couldn't instead of walking away from all of that the things of god he ended up persecuting them effect just like his father his father was herod the great and we read about him in matthew to how that herod the great sinful and slew slew all the children that were in bethlehem from two years old and under at the birth of jesus to try and eliminate crossed from the world at at that point and hera was not just familiar with john. We read there that he had heard many things about jesus in fact he'd heard things in his own household about jesus and we know that because a a man is introduced to us in the gospels air amankwah chooser hands up those who have heard of choosen hit a couple of people who that user i cable gun read about tricia in luke chapter right luke chapter write little twist here it lists off some of the disciples any particularly weekly listened the early part of the chapter the women that were following jesus and in verse three after we read about mary magdalene we read about joanna. Anna joanna was the what is luke chapter eight verse ry. Joanna was the wife of chooser who was herod steward. Heritz per a like a personal servant bought la administrator over the household. This mantra is his wife was one of the disciples was following cross fight fillet and loyally her name appears in a couple of other parts in the gospels particularly the resurrection talk talk and we read about this situation. Here's how the story of jesus was well known to herod and here we see z. Herod enough is all is pumping ceremony and selling their jesus finally standing before he at the time of the trial there and we read their that herod wanted to see a miracle. I wanna see miracle. He hoped to see a miracle debbie not to glorify god not that it might inspire him to repentance or anything silly like that but he wanted to see a a circus act. He wanted to see something really special performance. That's what he wanted to see of cross. We'll get back to luke twenty three. I think think where we were lou. Twenty three before we go back to the gospel of john so that was how herod had dealings with crossed in the gospel before a a we just read they hope to see a miracle dumbo a him and it looked twenty three versus nine we read then he questioned with him many words but he eh jesus answered him nothing and the chief priests and the scribes and vehemently accused in and herod with his men of wall city et north and mocked him and write him in a gorgeous rogue an incentive mccain and to pilot so jesus answered him nothing and heroin no doubt infuriated by this he he led his men of wall loose on jesus.
"napoleon bonaparte" Discussed on The Dirty Bits
"For him. Really good savings good for Stalin. Is Bill do campaigns. All the deaths of ten pounds L. Yeah Station. A lot of military campaigns have resulted in mass devastation. For a lot of people throughout the world is hues are pretty good too roussel figure whether or not it's like a horrible dictator. Oh yeah there's this one. Great Quote From The Wall Street Journal by Max Hastings and he says that Napoleon is controversial controversial because he thought of as either an enlightened despot who laid the foundations of modern Europe. Or instead a megalomaniac who rob greater misery than any man. Before the coming of Hitler pretty bad so you have these two and you know and he still studied today in military school in a strategy which I think is hilarious because his strategy was Surround myself with other people that have seen opportunity and have used it for their advancement. That was all he did. He was surrounded himself by good people. It's Business WanNa one so so I told you all about to tell you. This sexting is not a new thing back in the day you just had to use pen and paper to draw your little eggplant and peach emojis and pray to God that the mail carrier your didn't intercept anything because I'm sure was way more reliable back. Oh Oh it was. You'll find out how unreliable and actually was. Naturally you being away from your sick other is tough so the newlyweds wrote these incredibly Raunchy letters to each other like there is nothing on foreign. That could have prepared. Take these letters to hear a little excerpt sure. They just want to paint the picture though. I am more flushed reading these than I am watching the most absurd porn that you could imagine all right let me start out. December seventeen ninety five Napoleon. How can I rest anymore when I yield the feeling that master's my in most itself when I cough from your lips and from your heart a scorching flame? Yes one night has taught me how far you're portrait falls short of yourself. You start at midday in three hours. I shall see you again till then a thousand kisses meal dose. Am Y but give me none back for fourth. Set My blood on fire. That's not that Raj. I'm going to get there okay. Seventeen ninety six Napoleon a kiss on your heart and one much lower down much lower how happy I would be if I could assist you. You're addressing the little firm white abreast the adorable face the hair tied up in a scarf. Allah Creel and then someone like the race. Your stuff would say I'm GonNa be home in a few days. Don't take a shower shower. Because he was obsessed with like you don't have it. Sounds like you liked it. A little bit liked it a lot. He was obsessed like ripe. Yeah there's there's there's this one commercial from like decades ago and I think it was European I watched A. I've had exposure to a lot of television. So I'm not sure where this aired food because I have a hard time imagining would have aired in Puritan United States labor. But there isn't a Polian and he's in his tent on campaign and and he takes a piece of cheese and puts it over his nose and goes Josephine. I remember like I didn't get it at the time. Of course I but Through my research here again for this episode I stumbled across that commercial. Remember this Oh with again boost. The commercials was selling cheese. That's a weird commercial. I I thought it was a trip and a half. I was reading sticks at your by but I don't think it would have by that. She I I let girls and cheese after watching Ching that I'd wanted neither of them. He had a pet name for her downstairs. Mix Up the Baron Day Koeppen. Nobody knows why the hell he called her genitalia. That no clue and she did something something in bed called zigzags which is another mystery. As far as what the Hell Batman all these little code stuff that they had just like how people do now they have a little pet names so they have little acumen with at one time. It's super cute. But there's trouble in paradise. Napoleon's ladders also revealed that his wife didn't answer him quite as quickly as he would've liked so they'd have these gnarly arguments via snail mail until Napoleon. Here's Josephine had started hooking up with young men of the sexy variety we and so. He writes the super angry letter to her about her affair which the British intercept and then widely published embarrassed most British thing ever. It is Wilson same thing. People love publishing naughty letters in Britain. So it's hilarious military tactic. This was before Harriet. Ah this predated her. So Napoleon has this letter published with all of these intimate details about his personal life. What's going on with him and his wife and his marriage uh not stoked but he goes fine and he proceeded to have no less than twenty one affairs while he's on this campaign? Yeah Retaliation Plus Zero Frisk. I kind of assumed US already. You seem already that he's not going to be faithful to anybody. Comes with the territory. I'm not saying it's right. I'm saying the expectation you don't expect us is to be faithful. Maybe maybe maybe not like. Well that's what I wonder is. I'm not even Hitler but is there any royal person who has ever have been faithful. Is there any leader. That's ever been faithful. Is that just think Hitler was either. Yeah because we assume that just comes with the territory. Celebrity ruler ruler. Pick a lot of these guys to have one track minds. There's just so much shit like I can't imagine. Being any of these dictators sounds exhausted. You know there's pushes somebody constantly that need your attention it's like renting a business you're on you're on the clock time but it's a nation state which they run like businesses. Yeah that's the that's the mentality again. I'm not saying that's right but the mentality of these people is. It's their business so used to doing this. Mostly just to get back in her though. Yeah Yeah I think this is kind of retaliation fares before this. I think it was kind of like. She awoken that passion in him. He got obsessive over her. She was like chill l. out right and then he did it out of retaliation just because of the way that he approached sex before her that change after. Do you think it was mechanical. It was do you think I think with her was not mechanical. Would I think with the retaliation had a motivation. So that sex was going to be more. I don't even think intimates the right word but I'm not a forceful is not the word I'm looking for either. But I think he would have very aggressive sex because it's angry to speculating. That's total speculation. Relation he could have been from what I gathered. He was actually really good like as far as taking care of his mistresses go. He made sure when he was done dating somebody they yeah they were set up. Kids were taken care of. He legitimized a lot of his bastards to it really was he actually. That was something he was really passionate about with slake the father's role the man's role the husband's role in the home kind of a thing as misogynistic and backwards as he was for you know now with the knowledge that we have he was he he really did. Make sure that everybody was taken care of the time who's right he was he was. That was a stand up thing at the time to do to make sure your mistresses were paid. They were taking care of kids. Were taken care of when they were done dating. He made sure they got married to somebody. Reputable who could take care of them. Good people so in that regard standup guy so he is having all these affairs that resulted in several children. Like I said But the most interesting out of these he's tens of affairs was by far his relationship with Paulina for a now. Pauline husband actually brought her along on this campaign. The which you weren't allowed to do so. She was disguised in uniform and she was undetected amongst all these guys for fifty four days which is impressive. That is now Napoleon's in Egypt so they roll up and go to Alexandria where he's hanging out and the police finds out that there's an officer's wife in tow. So he reacts by going like. Hey Pauline stay here in Egypt with me while your husband goes back to France on this mission. I'm sending him on date so how Goes on this mission. He gets back. Haven Pauline get divorced like immediately and Pauline earned the nickname cleopatra from the scandal. The episodes and now a word from our sponsors back to the show so Josephine. Napoleon eventually meet up but their marriage marriage was short-lived. Unfortunately as Emperor Napoleon had to be concerned about producing an heir to the Throne Josephine for whatever reason introducing her. She couldn't get pregnant she was infertile. She had a botched abortion when she was younger. She was under a lot of stress with this. Who knows but she? She couldn't and get pregnant in Napoleon's careers best interest the couple decided to divorce so he could remarry and provide a shoe. Sounds like Napoleon tied to move they were org however both really broken up about it and they cried during the doors. Proceedings and Josephine was very dutiful about the whole thing. Like she's recorded. You're saying with the permission of my dear an August husband. I declare that no longer preserving any hope of having children to satisfy the political need for an Air Erin France I proudly offer him the greatest proof of love and devotion ever given to a husband on this earth and pulling himself was devoted to her for the rest of her life and he allowed her to keep her very much beloved living quarters that Chateau and she continued to have have a nice life for the most part when he found out she died some years later when he was in exile and he was remarried and all that he locked himself in his bedroom for two days and wouldn't come out and when he died years and years and years later supposedly the very last thing he said was her name. He said just being I I think he really loved her Rosebud. Joseph e need drops the snow an appalling ended up remarrying marie-antoinette's great niece the nineteen year old Austrian. Marie Louise and she wasn't too pleased with the arrangement. Considering during her great aunt had her head lopped off in France and Napoleon had been leading big ass military campaigns against her country for years and years. So Marie Louise said and I quote just just to see the man would be the worst form of torture so not stoked on Napoleon. But she doesn't really have a choice so she now she gets her that all she was. Yeah difference it does matter like sorry. Well sorry not sorry there. It wasn't all that bad though. Fortunately for her. That's a rarity as far as arranged Rome heritage's go most of the time. They're not very pleasant but after their wedding. Napoleon seemed to grow on her a little bit. She wrote a letter to her father saying you know he loves me very much. I respond to his love sincerely really. There's something very fetching very eager about him. That is impossible to resist weird athletics on your dad throwing that out there now maybe. I don't think it's that graphic graphic loves me very much. I respond to his love sincerely so I really do like I. There is something very fetching and very eager about him that it's impossible to resist Seattle bike gutter because the chef probably most people. Oh I think times like right with that really totally mean letters were very passionate really took their time. It's not like yeah all this was gonna be something that you had to send out. They were going to get it in six weeks. It's like you're actually absolutely put a lot of ha ha. I would imagine it would be something more. Because of the way it wasn't a quick text message it would be something like that is amused me. Far greater than any parlance that has ever been uttered to this time flowery flowery language through unfortunately for Napoleon and likely fortunate for the rest of Europe. Things started falling apart around this time that he did remarry which was like eighteen. O Seven eighteen tennis Portugal Spain called Britain. 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"napoleon bonaparte" Discussed on The Dirty Bits
"PODCASTS shoutouts as well as coming attractions ooh exciting. So today we're talking about Napoleon Bonaparte apart who's hugely obscure. Nobody has ever heard of funny enough. I know very little about Polian. Never interested me so all I know is that he wasn't actually really that short and that he was dictator for a while in France. That's about it. Those are both true things. He wasn't that Short. He was average height. Yeah he was like five seven at the time that was like your average guy. Now that's a little bit shorter. I think five ten is average version so Napoleon Bonaparte Bonaparte. You was actually an Italian guy. Who got his start in the French military and worked his way up through the ranks during the French revolution until they ceased power as emperor of the entire country music? He was then after that he took over a good chunk of the rest of Europe until it collapsed in eighteen. Fifteen a lot of people already know he was pretty big important controversial a military guy. A lot of people already know he had a reputation for being into some weird sexual. She has no no. You didn't okay. Well you may also not know is he may have been the original Fedora wearing self-proclaimed nice guy with a massive chip on his shoulder. Those guys kind of the VIBE. I was getting getting reading a shit. What kind of a deal? I don't know a lot of disdain towards women. We'll find out more now like we were talking about. He's actually an Italian talion guy. He was born on a little island in the Mediterranean called Corsica and he was a big time nationalist who wanted an independent Corsica from France. Funny enough off. He was so into Corsica before he decided to take over the European continent he actually penned. A history of the island is a romance novel before he decided that writer. Life was not for him now. His family was minor nobility which meant their financial situation wasn't too shabby and therefore Napoleon had more opportunities than many people that were born on the island. So they were. The kings of Corsica is doing. They were doing pretty well. Fish while upon video total big fish small pond kind of a thing. Napoleon was supposedly a sweetheart until he turned two years. There's old which is when his mom brought the hammer down. He was really hyper so she exercise some firm discipline while lavishing affection and attention on his brother. Why would they do this so great? He wasn't Napoleon. Apparently okay. That's all it took. This may have been the start of his famous Napoleon complex because he responded by becoming more more aggressive and more approval seeking he even once said the future. Destiny of the child is always the work of the mother. Math at that ain't the truth on what is so. He's nine years old and he goes to school. In France eventually goes to military school on a scholarship after that now being from the island Corsica he only spoke. Doc Corsican and Italian and didn't start learning French until he was ten and despite becoming fluent language he had a really heavy accent and he couldn't spell. Oh Shit so the other kids would just bully him relentlessly and this only contributed to his dushi tendencies. So moral of the story. Don't bully the arrogant weird kid kid because next thing you know he'll start conquering her up. In the we have an emperor again he was also a great student. One Guy who did his examination said Napoleon and I quote has always always been distinguished for his application mathematics. He's fairly well acquainted with history and geography. The boy would make an excellent sailor so he goes to military Harry School and to his credit he finishes two years worth of work in one year because his finances were dramatically decreased. When his dad passed away Napoleon was in the military? A great time for ambitious kind of people. French Revolution was happening in full force opportunities for advancement those damn birds scooters. They're fucking everywhere. ooh Bit to ride one of those speakers. Conquer Europe things are kind of in the gutter. Napoleon becomes a war hero and general eventually cleans up these big ass wins against Russia Austria and the Holy Roman Empire until he becomes emperor France in his control over just about everything else also on the continent to huges profited from the chaos. Right he is. He's an opportunist really what I found really interesting about his rise to power is he didn't study his predecessors assessors he straight up just said just give me lucky generals because that means they're seeing an opportunity and they're going for it about two one on my team lucky generals which is agree point to bring up if you ever have the experience required for a job but not a degree ask for the dirty bits Polian got to set the scene and I got a paint a picture here of the sky because you know the whole point of the show we gotta Fedora Wary of her and his attitudes towards women and sex from what they gathered. Go Way back to his inferior already complexes from childhood he also may have had one foot in the closet. There's nothing definitively proven but Napoleon did say say that. Whenever he saw a good looking dude he would feel something? This is a quote I in the loins and then in another place I will leave on named talking about is is but that was what I was asked zooming. He had also been known for chastising. A classmate for being gained school while at the same time. Being on really good terms is with the gay deputy who ruled France while he was gone. So you combine now with how awkward misogynistic he seemed you might start to think. Maybe he was trying to keep his sexuality under under APPs or is this more English propaganda Austrian propaganda. This is more like directly from the source like quotes observations of those next next to him. That's why it's like security. Maybe statistics alone suggests the vast majority of people are on a sliding scale as far as gender preference goes so I'm assuming he was probably by whatever his sexuality was he was misogynistic and awkward. Never Either Germain Day style once asked. It's no Polian who he considered the best kind of woman. You responded she who has the most children because women were machines for making babies. WHOA quite the quote? Donald Trump tweet. Yeah and also pissed them off in regards to how involved women were during the French Revolution in his mind. Women didn't belong in the streets protesting getting getting shit done. They belonged in as he said the seclusion of the home while he was not a shy man he also believed that men always the final say when it came to marital rates. So I'm assuming he wasn't friends with Olympic Day Gouzer Mary Shelley probably not and as far as him. Being Awkward Goes Nineteenth Century French rider stall once wrote when a lady was announced he would request her without looking up from his work table to go and wait for him in bed later with a candle stick in his hand he would show her out of the bedroom and then promptly go back to his table to continue reading correcting and signing those unless decrees the essential part of the rendezvous had not lasted three minutes to dismiss these gallant visitors after a mere three minutes of his time to go on signing decrees and often without so much as in buckling his sword struck these ladies as an outrageous procedure mechanical right. It seems. He's very mechanical. Like he was just kind of like getting get out. You know it was route like to clean out his nose. Totally blow the ultimate bureaucrat. I feel like that is that the ultimate bureaucrat is the ultimate bureaucrat. Just like getting bogged down under the paperwork. I feel like he would have had them. Sign a release in an NDA before you sleep. What's Napoleon you gotta go down to the HR and get four five dash see one? He likes to know they did a bunch of paperwork. I did you fill out form. Cute ash one. Five nine eight Jess triplicate. Oh how did you save the pink copy for your records scares me filing system. So Napoleon lost his virginity when he was eat teen at the famed Palais royal a former royal palace. That sounds like it was turned into the Moulin Rouge Allen Nicole Kidman Crazy parties debauchery Galore and he was so fucking awkward. He went up to one of the prostitutes and was like damn. It's cold out tonight. I am so cold. Are you cold. No now that's good. So where'd you get your address. How'd you come to find yourself in Paris? How did you lose your virginity? See I was GonNa say normal questions will awkward up until that last one. That's Oughta beaten you prostitute right. You know it's like going. It's the same thing as like going up to your cashier and starting to chat them up. It's like I'm here for business. Let's go along so she's like doing this or not. Basically like she gets tired of beating around the Bush so they have sex and the next morning he writes about it in his journal. Like you mentioned. It was very mechanical. And he basically said had the sex not great gonNA keep trying like it was the science experimental way weird and supposedly. He didn't have a whole lot of luck in that arena until he met the woman who would become his wife Josephine Day Baron and they began their famous passionate and by all standards extremely unhealthy relationship shortly thereafter. The excited to hear about this. It's this is good stuff when these to get married Napoleon's twenty-six and she's a thirty two year old widow with a couple of kids that it seems like an odd pair. What was he like Emperor of fresh? Yeah he's like he's up there in the ranks this point. He's he's big big potatoes now. Josephine's husband had been executed excuted during the French Revolution. And she was savvy enough to get out of prison the hopeless some friends and in front of Napoleon because she was great at utilizing her connections. That's how how she made her way throughout life was just who she knew and making friends and getting her. She was very calculated very meticulous with everything. Good pair go calculating she was. I don't know that she was so mechanical but they they are kind of pot is we'll see over so biographer Andrea Steward. wrote in the rose of Martinique sneak a life of Napoleon's Josephine that she changed her appearance incessantly. Giving her lover's the illusion of infinite variety. She also understood the importance of the settings of her romantic encounters. She paid meticulous attention to the design of her bedrooms evident. The Rue sheltering and in later palaces multiplied supplied the images of their love and created the illusion of an orgy sexy so the couple finally meet and she introduces herself. Like hi I'm marie-josephe Rose Tauscher Deloitte. Rg but I just go by rose. It's such a pleasure to finally meet. You have heard so much about you and Polian goes. Your name is rose. Does I hate it. I'm calling you Josephine. From that moment on she went by Josephine. She's like okay. Feed it is just just a few days after their wedding. Quick skips parts of their. So they get married you get married and just a few days. After her wedding Napoleon Ryan leaves on a campaign. Now are awkward little scam. Napoleon had finally had his sexual awakening the much more experienced unlikely. Excellent Lover Lover Josephine. She probably was. She had a past as being a mistress. Yeah she knew she was doing bed. She's really good at it. Symposiums finally enjoying being sex. Good for him. I'm happy.
"napoleon bonaparte" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
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Bonus: More with Nice Peter and Epic Lloyd from the Epic Rap Battles
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. It's Jefferson Graham of USA today. Listen to the weekend edition of talking tech. Now, I really sat down with Peter chic off and Lloyd out list. Who are the guys who do the epic rap battles history videos YouTube to get like four billion us fourteen million subscribers series of spinning in NAFTA successful and just about two years ago. They took a break they've had it. And now they're arrested in the comeback with a new video that features Alon must taking on Mark Zuckerberg. I'd like to invite you to listen to more of our conversation. We ran the initial part yesterday. This is more of the extended chat talking about their favorite characters. How they got started and their cake on that seven year old kid who's making twenty two million dollars a year on YouTube, a have a listen to nice, Peter and epic Lloyd from the epic rap battles. To both of you have favorites that you've done over the years. Yeah. Who? I my favorite is an old one from season one. It's no Polian. Dynamite versus Napoleon Bonaparte. It's just it's memories for me. Because I think it's both of us that are strengths sort of Pete as like a more sort of nerdy settled character. Yeah. And I'm like, this giant French guy, and the beat was made by very old friend of ours who sort of very nostalgic of both Peten is this guy named Eddie from Milwaukee. I love his name is Eddy, I've beat so get a guy named Eddie. So that's my favorite. My favorite's the philosophers, we did eastern philosophers versus western philosophers. So it was Nietzsche's Socrates Voltaire versus sunsuits lot suit and Confucius, and we we decided that battle. There's a website that was made by some fans that has a little chat room minute. And I was in there one day just talking to them about suggestions. And we kinda came up with that together. And then we all sat down and tried to write it, and it was. Really hard. It was a, but we got there, and we had squabbling in between philosophers in their style. And they started fighting amongst themselves loss I do. And I liked the way it turned out a lot. So that's my favorite told everybody how you guys get started doing this. This is five years ago. Twenty ten is when we did the first battle. A Pete, and I met in nineteen ninety nine something like that we met in Chicago, we actually met freestyle rapping on a porch at a party amongst improvisers. Loyd was big in the imprompt community. I was nude the umbrella community in Chicago. And then Lloyd actually hired me Lloyd end his partners hired me and to do improv improv. I call it mission improbable, and we have a theater in Santa Monica called west side comedy. And at the time. It was just a touring improv group sorta like whose line is it anyway on the road, and we were expanding and bringing bringing on new towns people and people, and I just sort of clicked right away. And then we tore together for a couple years, and we do like, improv comedy shows like Iowa State community college at noon, and then the next day would be like Michigan state at ten to twenty five hundred people. So is this crazy experience, and we always kind of little songs and wrapped together here and there, and then yeah, it was made our way out to California. And I got my first. You remember the Emek? American emek. Not the I MAC, computer. Correct by maybe. Yes. Okay. So had I got an Email back, and I got a little pro tools inbox. And I was just starting to learn pro tools. Loyd had rap songs. I was working on acoustic songs, but Loyd had written these rap songs, and he had these beats by this guy named Eddie that that Milwaukee. Yeah. And we basically learn how to cord rap songs together. So we were in my apartment in Chicago in the closet. Loyd was in a vocal booth. And I was just like learning as we went. So he brought the music and the wraps. I brought the Emek and we figured it out. And that was also when we started learning how to edit together because mission improbable needed a new trailer. And I remember I got paid with the hard drive, and it was like a seventy two gig seventy two gig. I really needed pay. All edit this video for you guys can keep hard-drive afterwards. And I did. And I think I still have that hard drive. I wonder if anything's on it. So that that's how are. Partnership started. And then you made a video we made a video, but this was pre YouTube. This was all kinds of stuff. And then, you know, we we stayed in touch and stayed friends would move to LA state and Chicago, and then I came out LA to perform his theater and his wife's university LMU. Yeah. And then she owns a she owns it. Yeah. Octagon? Mrs loyola. She was a good activties director. So she put me essentially, and then I was writing sketches and music for different internet companies not doing that. Well, and Louis got an Email of people looking for talent to write and do stuff, and he recommended me. And I dish ind ended up being this YouTube company that I got a job at called maker studios and that ended up being the start of the YouTube revolution. And I was there. So you made it video with maker impulsive. I made all I made I wrote songs for makers while I was brought on as a songwriter. And then I was encouraged to develop series and stuff and experiment on my own and Lloyd came over and had this idea from a stage show where you take two celebrities, and they wrap out all I was like that would make a really good video. Let's do it. And so I used all my resource days at maker. We got a camera person and editor and a green screen, and we made this rap battle between John Lennon and Bill O'Reilly and it did. Okay. Yeah. It did. Okay. Enough to do a second one, which was Darth Vader vs Adolf Hitler. And that one did great. And so that in two thousand eleven it was like, okay. I think this is what we're going to do we've been trying to figure out. I was trying to figure out what it was going to do since nineteen ninety four and all sudden two thousand eleven figured it out. And so there went videos every day you work on videos every day. Correct. Shoot him every day. Everything branched off from there when you have a YouTube show. That's that big for me. You know, there was it was was sort of the flagship show, but it was able to bleed into other things we made a behind the scenes channel Pete had his own channel. He had a Monday show, and he had, you know, different videos. I had a little different series and everything would sort of trickled down from that main battle. So what started out as one battle a month turned into one battle with the BTS video maybe twos. Sometimes another show on my little side channel and p do Monday show, maybe a picture song. And and it rapidly got expanded sort of horizontally, and and this are sort of ascension that word. Yeah. Are essentially kind of happened at the same time that YouTube exploded with popularity as well. So it wasn't like there was a couple of generations of other YouTubers before us that had done a lot of stuff when we could like look at them as a model. It was all sort of very new to us, which I think is why we got so tired. After six years of it. We weren't sick of it. We were just exhausted because it sort of blew up so fast. And then and then there was no there was no model for it. Really? So how do we feel being back? Good. Yeah. Yeah. We have a totally different approach to it live healthier as far as you know, not wasting much time working more efficiently. We're able to hire our own team. So they report directly to us the world's working with people that we work really well with and just trying to be more efficient more effective pace ourselves a little bit. I don't make eight to fifteen videos a month any more. So I just focused on making the battle one battle of on. I think that's what we're looking at. Yeah. When we when we start up in the spring, and I think that's what we're going to. That's our goal is really good to, you know, there was a multitude of different things that we had to learn how to do when when we first became successful in twenty ten and. A lot of them were more complex than just making a video. A lot of them was like, how do you? How do you an iphone? How to Pete knife function sort of managed people, and how do we manage within a system? And how do we like, you know, communicate well and inspire other people that work for us, and that was all kind of new for us in that capacity. So taking a break and stepping away from it. And then coming back with like some fresh eyes has been I feel really excited about it. That's where I'm at. Yeah. The tech stuff is kind of. Crept up in quality to it's it's a little easier work. We're on all Dobie software now, and it's just it's a nice workflow things work efficiently. We know how to use things. Computers are faster you're talking to premier and after. Yeah. And and back in the day, we were Switzerland between final cut and after sometimes for some stuff and sending it here sending it back. Now, we have a pretty nice little tight workflow. We got a bunch of computers, and you know, how to use them when doing battles. Loyd. You have podcast a podcast. I do on Wednesdays at noon called kings of influence, which is really cool. The comedy theater is the place where is the comedy club Dione, and I'll perform there, and you know, teach teach there, and I I hang out with my wife and my dog and the cat, and yeah, stay very busy. And when you're not battling. Yeah. I don't do much. You you raising your daughter the family thing. That's okay. It's nice for me. But even that like, I pretty much just sit with her and talk with her. I try not to leave the house if I don't have to particularly on a day when it's raining, so unusual. We're talking in LA today where it's actually boring. It's like two days a year that. Yeah. And we forget what it's like, it's good. I see I got into gardening to getting into all kinds of domestic hobbies. So I like the ring let me ask you this. Forbes just came out with their annual list of the highest paid YouTube performers people always love reading this thing. Everyone performer is seven years old. Ryan toys review. Right. He's got within everyone channels can bring in twenty two million dollars in two thousand eighteen seven years old seven years old mom's pocketing money, but if it's a safer as college, right? I mean, how many times do you? Do you have to go to college? So tell tell us is being a youtuber in two thousand eighteen really that lucrative. No. I mean, it can be. But I mean, we we make Tim vehicles a year that are that cost quite a bit to make. And they they're not twi- commercials. Not yet anyway until we hook ups and toy commercials. It can be you know, there's there's definitely money there. And we we started making videos just as YouTube was turning on monetization. So we really ridden up and then down during the ad Pakalitha era of YouTube where advertisers were fleeing like crazy. And now, it's kind of stabilizing. It's just like anything. There's you know, there's one or two basketball players who make that much. Right. And then there's a lot of people who play basketball don't. And I think you tubes about the same way. Can you? If you're you were there at the beginning. But just people are listening now and say, hey, I. I put up my videos on YouTube. But I, you know, I I have a theater, and I could do a live show Chemi kid is it too late. No, I think that everybody there. I don't think that that platform has changed so much that the basic tenants of hard work have gone away. If you work hard and do good work, and I think YouTube is is skewing towards a consistency a consistent amount of work that is on a consistent basis. There's definitely a whole equipped. He was saying like a whole blue-collar class of entertainers on YouTube digital entertainers that. Yeah, you're not making twenty two million dollars a year, but you can make a living, and there's every reason to feel encouraged to do that. But the whole like Goldstrike type thing people ask us a lot of times. Like, how do you make a viral video? And that's like asking how to find a grain of sand on the desert. You know, it's it's the there's a million different ways to do it. I think you have to do good work and you have to do it consistently. And I think there's. A lot of people out there who are ready to do that you see a lot of people reading the news and just jumping and during your chase Vons. Right. Stop really how it works. Right. It's like you decide to do like like, I mentioned, you know, I started doing this in in the early nineties. I didn't make any money on it until the late two thousand tens. It's just a matter of of believing in what you wanna do obviously still possible since that young man wasn't even alive when YouTube turned on monetization. So it's still possible. You know, it's a massive massive platform. You know, I think kids kids videos are doing very well. I have a niece of nieces, but I was watching YouTube with my one niece, and she just watched the same toy video nineteen times in the same afternoon, which is probably. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA day listening to talking tech, please subscribe to talking tech on apple podcasts. Please favorite show on Stitcher, which helps more people find the show in his always. Thanks. Everyone listening.
This guy is cruising up the nile in a 19th century steamboat
"Frankie Boyer and welcome. It is so nice to have you with us right here on biz talk radio while my guest today is John Paul Sinclair Lewis, and he's the author of the new historical novel, the Tri color and the same time. Seven years of research. And if that were not enough he's getting ready to embark on a trip up the Nile on a nineteenth century side decide side wheel steam cruise boat to conduct more research for the sequel is John Paul. I you crazy or what? I always liked adventure. I always like anything that. I'm getting me out of the house to kill the tedium and boredom of life. Yeah. Okay. So you've written two books about the American west on the buffalo soldiers. The sequel buffalo Gordon fighting on the planes and those were nominated as the best novel of the west by the western writers of America. You've pub published short academic work for the American waterways and underground railroad. Honey. How did this new project? Come about. Because it was never done before. And I wanted to put the readers into my characters head. The center is actually the first. And hopefully, I'll finished with the sequel in about nine months or so and. So this one here who recounts Napoleon Bonaparte and his army on the orients thirty to thirty five thousand men, women and children who invaded and occupied Egypt and the holy land. Seventeen ninety eight in eighteen o one. Now, the book opens with the conquest of Malta in June of seventeen ninety eight and then moved to Egypt and the death March to Cairo the battle of the Annunciation of Admiral by Admiral Nelson on the French Mediterranean fleet at the battle of the Nile, initially victorious and land. But now he was marooned. All of its ships were destroyed by the British so Bonaparte and his troops is thirty five thousand soon confront fanatical resistance insurrection. Gorilla desert warfare. Ancient superstitions slavery. And the birth of Egyptology that's one maybe is why am going down the Nile to see some of those monuments that were recently actually, only two hundred years old recently discovered by French archaeologists and so forth. And I used a lot of nineteenth century French military records journals and so forth to bring to life, but thousands of actors on this incredible time in history from ranker's famous generals to a young Bonaparte who was only twenty seven years old. Obsessed. He was obsessed with power even at that age and wanted to create his legacy. That's correct Napoleon Bonaparte. I don't think wasted a minute of his life. He didn't live very long. I think he was dead by fifty four. But this is a man who kept busy twenty four seven. He would sleep, you know, and map style. A couple of hours year a couple of hours there. But. This man had an agenda already when he was a boy who calling in elementary school in France. And he he sees people followed in. Unbelievable. So your trip down the Nile is happening in October. Did you where did you find the the? Old both that you're going on the steamship. Well, it's a French travel out sent then owns this concern some growing with them. The small group. You don't even does this twice a year. And I had some friends who took that trip. And they waived about an. Maybe I should do this trip. So I do it to get away from the maddening crowd. I don't wanna be unaccountable crews and seeing and seeing in Egypt from the water and taking this little day trips. You appealed to me more than being thousands of on the people on well travel lanes.
"napoleon bonaparte" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"I guess today is John Paul Sinclair Lewis and he's the author of the new, historical novel the Tri color and the. Sim tar it took seven years, of research and if that were, not enough he's getting ready to embark on a trip up the Nile on a nineteenth century Cy, decide wheel steam cruise boat to conduct more research for the sequel, John, Paul I you crazy or what I always like adventure I always like inventor anything that will get me out. Of, the house to kill the tedium and boredom of life yeah okay so you've written two books, about the American west on the buffalo. Soldiers Royal ordinance the sequel buffalo, Gordon fighting on the planes and, those were nominated as the best novel of the west by the western writers of America you've pub, clubless short academic work for the American waterways in underground railroad Honey, this, new project come about Because it was never done before and I wanted to put, the. Readers into my characters head The track line the Centaur actually the first And hopefully I'll be finished, with the sequel about nine months or so and So this one here recounts, Napoleon Bonaparte and his army of the orients thirty to thirty five. Thousand men women and children who invaded and occupied Egypt and the holy. Land Between seventeen ninety eight in eighteen o one. Now the book opens with the conquest of Malta in June of seventeen ninety eight and then moved to, Egypt and the death March to Cairo the battle of the pyramids Nia In of Admiral by Admiral Nelson A French Mitch rainy and leaked, at the battle of. The Nile initially victorious in. Land but now he was marooned all of its. Ships were destroyed by the British so Bonaparte and his troops is thirty, five thousand soon confront fanatical resistance insurrection Gorilla desert, warfare Ancient superstitions slavery And the. Birth of Egyptology and that's one of the reasons why am going down the Nile to see some of those monuments that world recent actually willing to hundred years old recently, discovered by French archaeologists. And so forth and I used a lot of nineteenth century French military records journals and so forth to. Bring to life but thousands of actors on this incredible time in history from ranker's famous generals to a young Bonaparte who was only twenty, seven years, old By the way he was obsessed he was obsessed with power even at that age and wanted to create his legacy That's correct I'm thinking Napoleon Bonaparte I. Don't think wasted a minute of his life, he didn't, live. Very long I, think he, was dead by fifty four but this is a man who kept, busy twenty four seven he would sleep. You know I nap style couple of hours year a couple of hours there but This man had an agenda, already when, he. Was a boy. Going to, military school in France and he he seized it and people followed, him Yeah I'm believable So your trip down the Nile is happening. In, our Tober Where did you find the the Old both. At you're going on the steamship Well it's. A French travel outspent then owns this concern so, I'm going with them and the. Small group you don't even does this year and I had some friends who took that trip and they waived about and I said You know maybe, I should, use this trip so I I do it to to get away from the, maddening crowd. I, don't wanna be on a Carnival Cruise right and. Seeing and seeing Egypt from the water and taking. This little day trips you know. Appealed to me more than being with thousands of on the people on, well travel lanes You are You have been doing this for a lot, of years this writing and you and you travel throughout, the year mostly to Europe where you have family. And friends and so this side, side wheel steam nineteenth century, cruise boat, will you will you be writing while you're on? The boat tell me how. That works hopefully very some downtime and so forth. Of running a lot of, note taking, you know the things that I see this'll be primarily. Not. Taking okay Might as. Well Do not while I have the objects, in my eyes not fucking write a paragraph here in. A paragraph. There that's fine but this, is primarily research, no, taking observe smell. See what's, growing the people nothing much has changed there and this is near. The Sudanese border so it's way way up there close to the. Sudan and Ethiopia so nothing much really has changed, there at all and Hundreds. Of Already know how this is all going to and you already know in your head with the sequel, will contain or are you? Going, to well. It depends let's get through the. Second one I I have other projects and then I would like, to do but I might kill them to series after the. Book too so I have to see how. I feel I am working on a book right now about the, French women the heroines other. French revolution does we sacrificed everything to be part of, the revolution but they pissed off the men and a lot of them ended up on. The guillotine so that's a book which I'm working on right now. As well and it's it's more of a woman book because it's from the perspective of French women who can't from all walks, of life And a lot of them one wanted. The same arrangements as the men but maybe denied those privileges that, the revolution had introduced and. They protested they complain and they were activists they held, meetings and so that's a book which I am keenly eager to do after I finished. Book too I might just take a break and go to I. Call it to those figurines in history that have been forgotten they were very very important during the French revolution there were activists That. Would be wonderful On that back then the now now now there's not much activism that what I recall real activism those guys will murder. You and your bench Sure People would like to see murdered in their. Beds I I don't know about that give me the the title of this new book though the Tri color and the and the sim tar The sequel the name of the Super Bowl is death in the holy land In the holy land now I was in Israel two years ago to do the. Same thing to visit all those areas where Bonaparte marched and laid siege to so I've done that part and this part I wanna see come to fruition in Egypt to because there's. Still some sections and book to that has, that has lower Egypt in it and so I wanna see those Places and I'm sure you'll agree it's a once in a. Lifetime oh yeah this sounds like an incredible trade lucky to do it once you know in your life on adventure like this yes yes I bet you're just counting down the days. So that you can you can Yes yeah I bet I, bet it sounds wonderful you have to come back and let us know how. How, that trip loved to yes thank you so. Much and. The new book is out. Right now this, is the first and we. Don't know how many more they'll. Be they'll. Definitely be a sequel but we know we know anywhere in the Nyquil death in the holy land okay thanks. So, much, for being with us today thank you thank you for your time thank you Take. Take a quick break we'll be back in just a moment this is. Biz talk radio I'm Frankie, Boyer checkout Frankie Boyer dot com check out biz talk radio dot com and. We'll, be back in a moment so you're all. Finished with. Me yes we're all set. Thank you As we age it's important to keep moving but it doesn't have.
"napoleon bonaparte" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Where are we lying we're in russia yang on well housing estate slash industrial state it feels like just outside a sports hall in the day which day was sitting on aids even the covets on the it's the perfect chair of the amount of on the we'll show you want to be more lower so you yes please i'm going to tell you everything i know of our show he sexually cat quite a nondescript town is been actually built from scratch in the mid while in the early nineteenth century on by order of napoleon bonaparte frenchman and causing and then you know well in england and actually decided that the in the past was fortunate account the the you know the main place in on the and it was to move the professor here for many reasons one was that the von day on that people live in here are rebellious kind and they were against revolutions of so they were kind of rebels leash schwa so what decided to talk kind of tame them so to create a new entirely new town to to establish the imperial power on the on the region and second news world because it's von got a quite quite a large seafrance and always been in france from the central states in paris impression that if you put capitals by the see there will be problems never put the calendar of orgin in a port london's of that you're an exception so there we are and so now show you count well kind of nondescript kind of built in the nineteenth century hence very kind of logical you know squares and parallel streets and not actually not not a lot of charm whereas the rest of the region is pretty nice for nondescript place you've done a very good job of describing all right and thinking them the were not for the had the von day and got their way from may still have a royal family yeah well the the there was actually just after the revolution in the seventeen ninety s episode called the walls of on the and there was a von they were full between the revolutionaries just after the revolution and the the well these bank gangs bands of rebels leash won't and there were there in brittany were involved as well and what were they were actually this this is very religious area i must say it's the cradle of my family so you know so they they really believe in god the catholic church and the king so i you know way that it so they were really conservative rebels come servants rebels was kind of a counterrevolution which is very funny even in my family my father was very hardline communist and so very left wing center been from on there was kind of you know the standup with the the schwab who were political ideas were absolutely opposite to his so but as strong political identity we were hearing about some relax less record that for the road trip episode fringe the cost that's a a flavor of fronts from francois and which will be regular fish because you guys she worked on the cultural guy to i do do that for ten years you know you're on so to speak crack on with the top give you know give you a tongue twister there number one the stocks are inside gonna staggering aren't they decide the winner today nine thousand nine hundred stages he is started he's finished in the top three and thirty seven of the matt's according to daniel lloyd really phenomenal he wanted today he did yeah pizza gone the world champion disqualified from twitter franz twelve months ago of course him vitelle and he's back second yesterday one today stage two from your own senator man to rush to your hundred ninety two point five mostly flat kilometers just one categorized climb on the way a fourth category one three riders got in the break they were deemed smith of one t group go bath michael google of truck and suv on chevelle of direct energy kiwi smith took the king of the mountains points to the jersey from kevin ludin wa who won it yesterday smith is a first kiwi to wear the polka dot jersey and the tool a little bit of history for him shortly after winning the.
"napoleon bonaparte" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Course he was writing about movies and trying to work out when these various things he was a man who was absolutely suffused with history it occurs to me when i read your story of napoleon that he wishes that he'd wrote the biography that you're writing trophy because he's studying history to come up with a character for you to follow through the letters as he's studying history mir's within mere is now the battle a daca is bloody minded and one point this is the age of napoleon bonaparte and mozart and everyone on stage all the time commodore smith challenges napoleon to a one to one duel to settle crow and napoleon's response is striking how does he turn him down when he says that he wouldn't mind having a do with the duke of mubarak the greatest british general off until that point he but unfortunately movers dad and therefore he wasn't going to fight and he said he wasn't going to have a duel against a single english room navy commodore there is a battle that takes place away from aqua at the time fought by a subordinate to napoleon but eventually napoleon arrives just at the last moment this is the battle of mount table where they face off what would have been the army from damascus and defeated and didn't polian make ado of the fact that he was near nazareth when he fought this and that the battle of makita was right to the south of med right about makita yes he did it crops up in his autobiography but when you visit the battlefield of of mount table which actually isn't at found table it's about eight miles away amount hamra but nonetheless they were close enough in the biblical reference would say powerful that of course he he took it on one can see how he he's only in the undulations of the vantage as eo and managed to get he's to be right the way round the back of the turkish army and therefore destroy the d the scenes in details and the apocalypse in the battles in in the levant and in cairo are overwhelming their paintings to this the one that strikes me as most overwhelming as when he visits the plague victims because his army is is afflicted with plague after they have plundered one particular town they catch it in and he visits plague victims and he carries one soldier suffering from bubonic plague across the floor and does he get the play do we know whether he was ever infected yes he was north infected and but it wasn't tremendously brave thing to have done he did it partly as a propaganda stumps needless to say to show how much he he he loves his man but nonetheless it was a it was a life threatening moment even to go inside a play coastal in jaffa in seventeen ninety nine these were places where they were enormously high death rates and and he did do that we have that not just from the paintings of course biddle say from the from the doctors and the surgeons i witness accounts he returns to cairo he breaks off the cj walker when it is not successful says we've achieved what we want we've defeated the army at damascus there's a lot of rationalizing napoleon but remember he's dealing with the directory and with the power the paris papers and this is a revolutionary army in a revolutionary time so you can fall out a ver very quickly if you're identified with the defeat my note says he lost four thousand of his thirteen thousand men when he returned in august of ninety nine at this point he decides to leave the army and go back to paris in secret why did he do it in secret because sidney smith the english commodore had given him the newspapers at the time the crap and he realized that he needed to get back to europe because the french armies been defeated in italy where he'd been successful and also in germany and france who's endanger so you need to return to the sound of the guns are seen as possible right and clever one of his generals describes the who's he's left behind him with men in cairo describes him as that corsican runt i made a little quote here so at this time napoleon wasn't celebrated as we will see when he becomes i council and.
"napoleon bonaparte" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Is now the battle dot cra is bloody minded and one point this is the age of napoleon bonaparte and mozart and everyone on stage all the time commodore smith shallan just napoleon to a one to one duel to settle acro and napoleon's response is striking how does he turn him down what he says that he wouldn't mind having a do with the greatest british general off until that point the he but unfortunately movers data nashville he wasn't gang fights and he said he wasn't going to have a deal against a single english royal navy commodore there is a battle that takes place away from aqua at the time fought by a subordinate to napoleon but eventually napoleon arrives just at the last moment this is the battle of mount table where they face off what would have been the army from damascus and defeated and didn't make a do of the fact that he was near nazareth when he fought this and that the battle of megiddo was right to the south of immeditely right about makita yes you did it crops out in his biography but when you visit the battlefield of of mount table which actually isn't at bound table it's about eight miles away on mount homerun but nonetheless they were close enough from the biblical reference who say powerful but of course he he took it on one can see how he he's his homemade in the undulations of the van of giselle and managed to get he's to be right the way round the back of the turkish army and therefore destroy it the the scenes and details and the apocalypse in the battles in in the levant and in cairo are overwhelming their paintings to this the one that strikes me as most overwhelming when he visits the plague victims because his arm is is afflicted with plague after they have plundered one particular town they catch it in the and he visits plague victims and he carries one soldier suffering from bhubaneshwar plague across the floor and does he get the plague do we know whether he was ever infected yes he was north infected and but it wasn't tremendously at brave thing to have done he did it partly as a propaganda stumps needless to say to show how much he he loves his man but nonetheless it was a it was a life threatening moment even to go inside a play coastal in in jaffa in seventeen ninety nine these were places where they were enormously high death rates and and he did do that we have that not just from the paintings of course biddle say from the from the doctors and the surgeons i witness accounts he returns to cairo breaks off the cj walker when it is not successful says we've achieved what we want we've defeated the army at damascus there's a lot of rationalizing napoleon but remember he's dealing with the directory and with the power the paris papers and this is a revolutionary army in a revolutionary time so you can fall out a ver very quickly if you're identified with a defeat my note says he lost four thousand of his thirteen thousand men when he returned in august of ninety nine at this point he decides to leave the army and go back to paris in secret why did he do it in secret because sidney smith the english commodore had given him the newspapers at the time at akra and he realized that he needed to get back to europe because the fringe had been defeated in italy where he didn't successful and also in germany and france is in danger so you need to return to the sound of the guns are seen as possible right and clever one of his generals describes the who's left behind him with men in cairo describes him as that corsican runt i made a little close here so at this time napoleon wasn't celebrated as we will see when he becomes i counsel and emperor that's where we're headed strikingly he's has the life of cromwell read to him on the voyage home house this is an extremely selfaware human being napoleon bonaparte was that also meant to be a a witty was he and i know he's anticipating but at the same time it's it's almost as if he's outside of himself andrew and celebrating how classically is yes that but also of course partly he is actually trying to learn from history his love of history isn't just an intellectual paula game he.
"napoleon bonaparte" Discussed on Crave with Charlotte Mei
"In grave with Charlotte may on nine three, eight. Now we often hear that canned food may not be the best source of healthy food, but here's one that with the right ingredients can be parts of a healthy meal. I'm talking about sardines and they're packed full of minerals and healthy fats and can be eaten in a variety of ways. The name sardine is thought to come from the island of Sergio as the area used to be surrounded with large schools of sardines centuries ago. Now, we've got Napoleon Bonaparte to thank for the popularity of these fish as it was his idea to come up with a safe and reliable food preservation method for his army back in the eighteenth century, canning was the only way to preserve sardines, and it is why we see more of them than we do fresh sardines. In fact, cancer deans is something you can find it almost every quarter of the world in Portugal, thirteenth play an important role in their food culture, and it is agent at all popular. Festivals, the biggest being Saint Anthony's date in June, which is also known as the Lisbon sardine festival. According to the Portuguese booby go newspaper the locals consume about thirteen sardines per second. During old officially at festivals in June, the sardines are served own natural, simply grilled a rhetorical and seasoned with nothing, but salt and here's what I love about it. No plates are used. Each sardine is served on a small bunt which firstly prevents your hands from burning, but also soaks up all the lovely juices from the sardine SU. You slowly work your way through it. That's it for your food culture and the Knicks England of crave we find out what makes these soft Bonefish so nutritious. If you've missed any of these segments, you may download the podcast via the me Vado act. This has been craved with me. Charlotte may on ninety three eight. Now, in the know on the go.
"napoleon bonaparte" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Takes hold in a civil society it is one hundred percents terminal historically speaking i mean when the french revolution happened they had the reign of terror people beheaded in mass there's blood in the streets the mob rule and you know what they got they got napoleon bonaparte and it always ends in despotism it always ends in depth and that's what i'd like to the the mob to understand they're not going to reach a point where they're anarchy generates freedom but they will in so doing forge their own chain excellent observation they're not into freedom if you don't i'm not talking down please let mrs dynamite town here but if you think that what these people are mob thing about is freedom it's the exact opposite they want to stifle freedom of people that disagree with them bad start on wall street sparked by new trade fears at one point the dow was down well over four hundred points it's one of the brand name synonymous with the usa but today harley davidson announced an escalating trade war is forcing it to move production of european bound bikes overseas correspondent alison costs as going ahead and shifting production of its motorcycles have makes for european customers literally moving it out of the united states and setting up shop overseas to avoid the tariff and ultimately save money and customers one of two firefighters shot.
"napoleon bonaparte" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink
"Married because he she guilted him into it so then they got married and once they were married she miraculously survived her illness but he forgave her and to prove that he forgave her bought this mansion in eighteen ten so the jemil's back in france where they had come from they were acquaintances with like napoleon bonaparte like they're really will big people back then but so like in france they were really well known but in new york they're considered to be shunned by society because elisas reputation for being from a working class family and the rumors that said she also worked as a child sex worker in her own mother's brothel which is just really sad horrible that she'd be the one that got like punished for that socially totally so so in eighteen thirty two her husband stephen died and the exact cause unknown but he did die in the house and reports say that he either died from pneumonia from injuries during a carriage accident or from him falling on a pitchfork and the gossip says that he fell on a pitchfork and got bandaged and then in the middle of the night elisa said she was helping to check on the wounds but took apart the bandages and he blood out a local medium actually also says that elisa buried him alive so one of those things happen but he died really fall on pitchforks feel like maybe an eighteen thirty two i guess there were a lot more pitch for the ratio the pitchfork ratio was high yeah i mean it was definitely like a top a hot ticket item outta store shirt shosha with all the grass because there was no skyscrapers right i mean all the the grameen's the more skyscrapers there are the less likely artists pitchfork.
"napoleon bonaparte" Discussed on WGTK
"Jesus i peter chapter three in verse eighteen says in part for christ died for sins once for all the righteous for the unrighteous to bring you to god jesus christ died four and because of the sin of the entire human race and for twenty centuries and counting many are still dying for his namesake no one dies for napoleon bonaparte anymore but the contrast between napoleon and the nasreen then really radically changes napoleon of course is still dead in the dust pail of history regarding jesus matthew chapter twenty eight verses five and six the angel said to the women do not be afraid for i know that you are looking for jesus who was crucified he is not here he has risen just as he said come and see the place where he lay in verses five and six we have at least three truths we believe buffet f and three applications for all of us today as believers and would be believers i do not be afraid the angel said the truth of the bodily resurrection of jesus christ's brings us christians joy not fear jesus is alive forevermore when we are afraid for ourselves we need to remember jesus is empty tomb because jesus has been raised from the dead so we in christ will also be raised from the dead this according to first corinthians chapter fifteen in verse twenty two for as in adam all die so in christ all will be made alive secondly he has risen jesus christ has uniquely been raised out from amongst the dead never to die again he forever lives christ's tomb is empty he is not here jesus is d n a is not into md did not decay did not decompose instead his dna could represent dead now alive jesus christ is in fact the one and only unique son of god as according to the roman letter chapter one and verse four and who through the spirit of holiness was declared with power to be the son of god by his resurrection from the dead jesus christ is our lord napoleon's physical remains are in paris decomposed jesus is physically bodily in the highest heaven at the right hand of god in a place of power and prestige sitting on his father's throne over the universe napoleon today is primarily a past person of interest primarily to history buffs jesus christ is our past present and future living savior.
"napoleon bonaparte" Discussed on WGTK
"Him again and again saying hail king of the jews and they struck him in the face his actually napoleon suffered his waterloo his army badly outnumbered was crushed he surrendered and was exiled to the baron british island of saint helena in the south atlantic ocean napoleon died a natural death and was buried on the island in his will napoleon bonaparte asked to be buried quote on the banks of the scene among the french people i have loved so much and quote at is the scene river the british and french governments patties remains brought to paris their throng things of tourists continue to lean over the rails to bow before napoleon's remains encased in a magnificent dark brown stone coffin regarding jesus john chapter nineteen and verses seventeen and eighteen says in part carrying his own cross he went out to the place of the skull here they crucified him regarding joseph of arimathea matthew chapter twenty seven in versus fifty eighth through sixty going to pilot he asked for jesus's body and pilot ford that it be given to him joseph took the body wrapped it in a clean linen cloth and placed it in his own new tomb that he had cut out of the rock he rolled a big stone in front of the entrance to the tomb and went away so jesus was put in a borrowed tomb napoleon's tomb today remains a tourist mecca usually with long lines to pay and see and bow before his physical remains napoleon's decayed decompose dna remains in tomb d their jesus's tomb site is contested his alleged popular tomb the garden tomb is located today in the church of the holy sepulcher which means holy tomb and is located within the precincts of what is actually believed to be old jerusalem this location is therefore unlikely because jews did not permit burials within the city all the dead were considered ceremoniously unclean unfit for the holy city of jerusalem moreover the san hadrian jewish leadership consider jesus of nazareth a sinful blasphemer claiming to be the unique son of god according to recent counts the garden tomb location in old jerusalem is open to the public only on afternoons with free admission and yet the site is barely kept up napoleon caused tens of thousands to die for him and because of him before his own death regarding.
"napoleon bonaparte" Discussed on WGTK
"Brown stone the deceased himself specified all the details of this luxuriance tomb he required that all people who came to see his resting place would have to bend over bowing before him to see his two in stark contrast outside the old city of jerusalem gates is the so called garden to just north of the damascus gate it is located next to a craggy hill which when looked at from a distance has the outline of a skull shape that is why the small knoll is bald calvary from the latin language from which we get our english word cranium from calvary and was also known as golgotha from the ancient aramaic language which means skull the tomb is chiseled from solid rock with a trough in front for a large circular rolling stone to cover the entrance to the tomb it is a simple stark tomb no one knows if it is the actual tomb probably not but one similar to this one the first elegant tomb in paris france is for napoleon bonaparte known as napoleon the first the second the garden tomb is supposed to be for jesus christ known as jesus of nazareth napoleon graduated from an elite military academy in paris and commissioned an officer in the french army jesus was a carpenter from a very obscure small town called nazareth of galilee napoleon became a brigadier general at the young age of twenty four jesus became a traveling rabbi or teacher at about age thirty after many brilliant military victory and having proved himself a superb civil administrator napoleon crowned himself emperor of the french at the cathedral of notre dom regarding jesus the gospel of john chapter twelve in verse thirteen they took palm branches and went out to meet him shouting hosanna blessed is he who comes in the name of the lord blessed he is the king of israel however just a few days later according to the gospel of john chapter nineteen and verses two and three we find these words the soldiers twisted together a crown of thorns and put it on his head they closed them in a purple robe and went up to.
"napoleon bonaparte" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"Part of the old regime or ancient regime churches were converted to warehouses for the revolution clergy who didn't support the revolution and or renounced their faith medicine miller fate to the nobility soon a movement of dechristianization swept through france which forbid any outward show of worship or religion instead it was replaced with fervent devotion to the revolution in its entirety this horrify the new abilities of europe who then called for war against the french revolution in the hopes of saving the nobility and themselves in case of future revolutions within their own countries from that point on france was caught in one bloody conflict after another within france a twoparty system grew out of the rebellion there's you're wrongdongs and at the jack of these two parties fought viciously for control of the new republic of france the jakobsen's who were leftist radicals if venture lee won out over the girondins but instead of bringing peace the jackaman brought about the reign of terror this period during the revolution saw the execution of nearly twenty thousand french citizens from all three estates the jakobsen's leader maximilian ropes beer instituted dictatorial rule were the slightest infractions could lead to your death this ranged from speaking out against the new first republic of france did not adhering to established food prices while france was struggling internally it also went through a series of wars abroad with rome ireland egypt and even the us to top it off several coups were stage within the french government it was a period of constant upheaval until the last two let in part by napoleon bonaparte finally brought the revelation to an end in seventeen ninety nine still even after the revolution france suffered many more turbulent year.
"napoleon bonaparte" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"We're crazy gordon love these now i'm not talking about than you have a competency hearing folks this is of there's a procedure for all of this you have a competency hearing and you determine whether somebody is crazy and not only crazy but whether they may be prone to violence and killing other people and then at that point you make a determination of a are we going to commit them or be we're just gonna say hey you know it's probably not a good idea that you're able to buy guns that'd be nice first step wouldn't it before we commit these people let's just say we're going to put you on the list and you can't go by gun and i know what you're saying widow finding on anyway well that's that's that's probably the point may be true i'm all for putting as many roadblocks string crazy in the guns as we possibly can who would be against that the nra is for all this stuff to folks about keeping guns out of crazy people's hands but if you've gone through a mental competency hearing and they have determine that you think you're napoleon bonaparte you don't need a gun and i don't care whether you're violent or not if you don't know if if you were delusional you don't need a gun win knows what you're going to do tomorrow you may be hitler and you want exterminate all the jews who knows what you're going to do look keep the guns away from crazy we'll get your thoughts in a mom one eight hundred six one ain't fill we're back into on the next year mandate showed the battle between president trump and the media may be cooling off.