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"napoleon bonaparte napoleon" Discussed on 99% Invisible

99% Invisible

06:50 min | 2 months ago

"napoleon bonaparte napoleon" Discussed on 99% Invisible

"Into the picture and that is the french so this connection with the french is really important to the story of of my source of sense and above all i think it's demise so in the seventeen nineties britain and france or engaged in a huge global war the revolutionary wars and a piece of this war. They are skirmishing in india and cheaper just waged himself. The twin them up the french and the french help temple actually small the idea of an alliance that would throw the british out of india so they had french advisers and soldiers even who came drilled their own troops and taught them new tactics and doubtless reconnaissance for certain kinds of technology on certain kinds of maneuvers. Which meant that. You know to the extent that there was a technological gap between western and indian forces. At that time wasn't huge. Even to begin with that gap was flattened not just methods to wage war. The french also supplied other technologies including technology to make music tip is tiger is Pretty fascinating for a whole bunch of since but one of them is that the manufacturer of it is clearly indo european. That is the would that it's made out of is indian. Would that part was manufactured in india but the mechanism inside that creates. These noise is of european manufacturer. These how tip use tiger came to be the embodiment of teepees rage against the british and the alliance between france and my soul. The same alliance was about to be tippers. Undoing and now a surprise appearance from a little known historical figure somebody who in less than a year would become an icon. The french revolution enter napoleon. Bonaparte napoleon at the time and up and coming general in the french revolutionary army invades egypt's for him. Egypt is a staging post all the way to india napoleon rights to tip assault and says here. I am in egypt. You know ready and waiting. I'm going to send over my ten thousand man to come and join you in chase british away. Well that letter that the polian road was intercepted by the british of jeddah. The british jumped on the excuse or pretext. If you will to go after tip in may of seventeen ninety nine. The east of the company surround serena putin and they decide to go for it. They bombarded the thick fortifications and broke holes in it and set up their ladders. Went running over to the city. And then when they were in the city there was hand to hand fighting the streets and among the dead that was discovered heap of bodies by one of the gates of the city at the end of this action. Was that of tip. Assault himself caught between the superpowers of france and britain between cornwallis a veteran of the american revolution and napoleon certain to be later the french revolution. They lies the tiger of my soul funds. For was i think the end pretty much of any meaningful indian resistance to steady british expansion. He was the last substantial mona to be willing to fight the british. How do you think typically would feel about his tiger sitting in british institution that had been prepared ed is essentially for him to actually demonstrates his contempt for the british to actually be in british hands would have been the ultimate active humiliation so he would have been pretty pretty upset about that. I think people would be quite pleased because he was a very vain man. Someone who sees the tiger immediately wants to get drawn into the story about tabu. Millions of people from around the world getting drawn into that story. That would never happen. If it was say in bangolo which would now be the capital of the mice state that he wants rude deductor zaree. Musani is a historian who was raised in india only end up at oxford university in the uk and as more people like shashi thorough argue for the return of tempur tiger to india. The rear thinks there's parts of the story that we're missing. I mean i'm all for certain objects are of great icon iq values say religious value being re returned with something like a tiger. The reason it survived is that it was shipped to england and conserved preserved. Had he been in day would have just fallen to pieces eventually because no one would have been interested for a couple of hundred years but indian politician. Shashi thorough disagrees. Something wrong about stealing items have belonged to another people and then in a self righteous declaiming you look after the better than those who are entitled on the would i mean if somebody victory doug and grave up and and and put it on display in his backyard. Would you feel that. Morality was on his side. I mean it's that kind of story talking. There is no tradition of museums in indian culture. You know precolonial. India hafner museums. So i think this is very much a western fascination with antiquity. This was transplanted to a country. Like india. i don't think it has that unique value. And i think if it were returned to india now it would just be another nationally stakes sort of icon to be displayed. Somewhere of you. Know an indian tiger eating braschi so jazz. I don't think anyone would particularly be interested in the history beyond accepts. There is at least one person for whom it would mean much more than that. It took us a little while to track him down but eventually we managed to connect the coal. This might seem like a weird question but after all these years do you think of yourself as royal. I feel i am.

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"napoleon bonaparte napoleon" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"napoleon bonaparte napoleon" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Familiar with the American founding documents and throughout the world everyone in western civilization is familiar with the assertions of the American founding in America's founders first and foremost asserted there is a god unlike other revolutions the French Revolution happened much at the same time in fact literally as the constitution was being written the French Revolution of seventeen eighty nine was being written that was a very different revolution and if you've been taught what was the age of revolution and they're all the same you are wrong because the French Revolution denied the existence of god or the involvement of god in our lives the American revolution is built on that assertion the American revolution asserted that we've been given our gift of life buy a create war and therefore to have a just government we must abide by the principles that our creator has put into nature there are principles by which these over arching authority and that's probably the greatest distinction of the American government that is that the government itself is not the ultimate authority I'm a repeat that the American system a search that the government itself is not the ultimate authority on what's right and wrong that there is a higher law to which the government must be held accountable this is referred to as natural law our founders didn't come up with that if you look up the concept of natural law it goes throughout western civilization that through our higher laws actually demonstrate right from wrong and they can be discerned this is an important assertion of western civilization and our founders to took that and made a government based on that the French Revolution by the way was completely different it was based on how people felt and a lot of the philosophers of that time Voltaire Rousseau really handsome disdain towards the idea of god's existence and literally felt that man is the measure of all things what's called humanism met man could come up with a great way to live in a great way to address injustices and therefore they wanted a new form of government that brings me to our discussion on shaman as you recall the man who murdered before our eyes he murdered George Floyd before the eyes of the world was a policeman his name was Derek Shaw then that's exactly the shaman same spelling as Nicolas Chauvin after whom we've named shamanism a shamanist and maybe you've heard the phrase a shamanist pig and shamanism shaman was a French political officer he was an officer in Napoleon's army in a huge fan of Napoleon but you don't fully understand unless you understand who Napoleon wasn't how infectious the attraction of Napoleon was as a leader in setting things right in Europe he was the government as you should know the French Revolution is based on humanism they didn't want a seven day week fact intentionally didn't because it was from the Bible a hated any references to god they decided we'll have a ten day week they wanted all measurements to be based on man's measure SO revolutionaries create a lot of problems if you follow the French Revolution you're probably aware of the reign of terror it created because you could make up your own laws in this was madness it was brought to an end by one man Napoleon Bonaparte Napoleon Bonaparte asserted that he was the state it would become a dictator but he actually said G. suite the revolution I am the revolution so he embodied all of this it was going to bring change became a very powerful dictator is you know he swept through Europe bringing change people love change and that brings us to the battle of ideas and how these revolutions come to pass they are battles of ideas and show von was an officer that when the point was finally overthrown in the new Republic was put into place Chavan resisted it he insisted that the dictatorship of Napoleon and the freedom of the French Revolution was the ultimate answer for the state so it wasn't just that he was a patriot and a lot of people dismiss chauvinism as patriotism he was a male and therefore a male chauvinist pig is someone with definitive ideas that doesn't do what other people say and therefore the rich office that is not what Shamus that is not nickel shopping's nickel shop was a statist and he believes the power of the state have been embodied in Napoleon Bonaparte and that he shared in that see that's the power of progressive ideology regarding government is that our whole identity if your progressive is to identify with a new state order that's going to change everything and bring all good stuff to pass in Shelburne was part of that and that was his identity and he felt as an employee of the state his identity was in the revolutionary stated Napoleon that needed to return and so that's where we get the name shamanism and we saw that same thing in the cliche often because he had the power of the state he had a badge he had a gun and he felt he could employ it the way he saw fit she was going to exercise chauvinism the power of the state will be implemented as he sees fit and that's what her Galeon progressivism is do we talked about that in the past you can go back to earlier podcast the basically progressivism has an ideology is not talking about technology the progress of this ideology is talking about government in what form of government you have an ultimately progressivism means changing government and empowering the state to be the moral arbiter of truce and if you're an employee of the state you get to employ that so this is a very scary thing and we see the abuse of power in that by definition are American founders say no that's not the use of government that's why they started this new government government needs to be under a higher law and so I'm looking forward to the trial of Nicolas Chauvin he abused the power of the state I'm looking forward to the trial of his four accomplices and some of them apparently made some effort to stop it we're gonna let a trial determine that and that's why we have our freedoms as individuals are protected and individuals are held accountable under progressivism as we mentioned before in particular judge Clarence Thomas has mentioned progressivism deals with groups and he himself was set aside as being a member of a group and he was attacked when he was nominated for the Supreme Court he didn't think like a black man should think very powerful movie I recommend in his own words to Clarence Thomas story and it's called created equal you need to get a copy of that it is released in twenty twenty was released in January of twenty twenty it's available for.

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"napoleon bonaparte napoleon" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"napoleon bonaparte napoleon" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"And now back to more life matters with Brian Johnston welcome back to life matters we're talking about some of the most important ideas that our nation has ever faced it's come to a head when remind you if you're new to life matters what we talk about here we talked about the battle of ideas in what exactly the right to life is through an American you're familiar with the American founding documents and throughout the world everyone in western civilization is familiar with the assertions of the American founding in America's founders first and foremost asserted there is a god unlike other revolutions the French Revolution happened much at the same time in fact literally as the constitution was being written the French Revolution of seventeen eighty nine was being written that was a very different revolution and if you've been taught is the age of revolution and they're all the same you are wrong because the French Revolution denied the existence of god or the involvement of god in our lives the American revolution is built on that assertion the American revolution asserted that we've been given our gift of life by a creator for them therefore to have a just government we must abide by the principles that our creator has put into nature there are principles by which these over arching authority and that's probably the greatest distinction of the American government that is that the government itself is not the ultimate authority I'm a repeat that the American system a search that the government itself is not the ultimate authority on what's right and wrong that there is a higher law to which the government must be held accountable this is referred to as natural law our founders didn't come up with that if you look up the concept of natural law it goes throughout western civilization that through our higher laws that actually demonstrate right from wrong and they can be discerned this is an important assertion of western civilization and our founders to took that and made a government based on that the French Revolution by the way was completely different it was based on how people felt and a lot of the philosophers of that time Voltaire Rousseau really handsome disdain towards the idea of god's existence and literally felt that man is the measure of all things what's called humanism that man could come up with a great way to live in a great way to address injustices and therefore they wanted a new form of government that brings me to our discussion on schaffen as you recall the man who murdered before our eyes he murdered George Floyd before the eyes of the world was a policeman his name was Derek schaffen that's exactly the show often same spelling as Nicolas Chauvin after whom we've named shamanism a shamanist and maybe you've heard the phrase a shamanist pig and shamanism shaman was a French political officer he was an officer in Napoleon's army in a huge fan of Napoleon but you don't fully understand unless you understand who Napoleon wasn't how infectious the attraction of Napoleon was as a leader in setting things right in Europe he was the government as you should know the French Revolution is based on humanism they didn't want a seven day week fact they intentionally didn't because it was from the Bible a hated any references to god they decided we'll have a ten day week they wanted all measurements to be based on man's measure and so revolutionaries create a lot of problems if you follow the French Revolution you're probably aware of the reign of terror it created because you could make up your own loss in this was madness it was brought to an end by one man Napoleon Bonaparte Napoleon Bonaparte asserted that he was the state it would become a dictator but he actually said G. suite the revolution I am the revolution so he embodied all of this it was going to bring change became a very powerful dictator is you know he swept through you Europe bringing change people love change and that brings us to the battle of ideas and how these revolutions come to pass they are battles of ideas ensure Vaughn was an officer that when the point was finally overthrown in the new Republic was put into place Chavan resisted it he insisted that the dictatorship of Napoleon and the freedom of the French Revolution was the ultimate answer for the state so it wasn't just that he was a patriot and a lot of people dismiss chauvinism as patriotism he was a male and therefore a male chauvinist pig is someone with definitive ideas that doesn't do what other people say and therefore the resolving this that is not what Shamus that is not to nickel Shamus nickel shop was a statist and he believes the power of the state have been embodied in Napoleon Bonaparte and that he shared in that see that's the power of progressive ideology regarding government is that our whole identity if your progressive is to identify with the new state order that's going to change everything and bring all good stuff to pass in Shelburne was part of that and that was his identity that he felt as an employee of the state his identity was in the revolutionary stated Napoleon that needed to return and so that's where we get the name shamanism and we saw that same thing in the clip shot him because he had the power of the state he had a badge he had a gun and he felt he could employ it the way he saw fit she was going to exercise chauvinism the power of the state will be implemented as he sees fit and that's what he Galeon progressivism is do we talked about that in the past you can go back to earlier podcast the basically progressivism has an ideology is not talking about technology the progress of this ideology is talking about government in what form of government you have been ultimately progressivism means changing government and empowering the state to be the moral arbiter of truce and if you're an employee of the state you get to employ that so this is a very scary thing and we see the abuse of power in that by definition are American founders say no that's an abuse of government that's why they started this new government government needs to be under a higher law and so I'm looking forward to the trial of Nicolas Chauvin he abused the power of the state I'm looking forward to the trial of his four accomplices and some of them apparently made some effort to stop it we're gonna let a trial determine that and that's why we have our freedoms as individuals are protected and individuals are held accountable under progressivism as we mentioned before a particular judge Clarence Thomas is mentioned progressivism deals with groups and he himself was set aside as being a member of a group and he was attacked when he was nominated for the Supreme Court he didn't think like a black man should think it's a very powerful movie I recommend in his own words to Clarence Thomas story and it's called created equal you need to get a copy of that it is released in twenty twenty was released in January of twenty twenty it's available for streaming or ordering a D..

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"napoleon bonaparte napoleon" Discussed on Rick Steves Paris Audio Tours

Rick Steves Paris Audio Tours

05:35 min | 3 years ago

"napoleon bonaparte napoleon" Discussed on Rick Steves Paris Audio Tours

"From the concierge jewelry. Two plus dough phen- as you make your way to the concierge jewelry exit passing once again through the big hall of men at arms. Yes that big hall with the gothic arches as you walk. Consider the events that happened. After marie antoinette and her husband were executed the revolution got even wilder spinning out of control. Thousands more were marched to the guillotine cass rain. Riots assassinations food shortages inflation in the vacuum of power rosa charismatic general who promised to both restore order and to implement the ideals of the revolution. He was napoleon bonaparte. Napoleon was soon crowned not king but emperor napoleon led francis armies all across europe spreading the revolution abroad. He conquered much of the continent before he himself was defeated at the battle of waterloo. The monarchy was restored in france was once again ruled by a king and it would take the french people another half century and several more mini revolutions before a democracy would be firmly reestablished even after they toppled their final king. Louis philippe and eighteen forty eight. They were soon ruled by yet another dictator. This was napoleon. Bonaparte nephew known as emperor napoleon the third as we mentioned earlier it was under napoleon. The third that peres underwent a huge transformation that gave it the more modern. Look we see today. Excuse me wreck. But we're reaching the exit to the concierge. As you exit you emerge back outside near where we entered back on boulevard du pele when you reach daylight turn left on boulevard du palais. Start walking a few steps toward the intersection at the corner. You'll find a clock on the wall of the concierge jury. This is the city's oldest public clock the internal mechanism dates from thirteen thirty four and even though the more recent casing is baroque it keeps on ticking. See what. I did there a baroque as in broke. Yes we get it. Ha ha at the intersection. Our walk turns left on the street called k. Galore lows so turn left and start walking west you'll have the concierge ary on your left and the river seine on your right. Keep walking all the way to the end of the block as you walk. You'll pass by the round towers of the concierge jury compared those medieval looking towers with the more modern buildings on the opposite side of the seine. The buildings on the right bank or more uniform in height and look the right bank quiz developed by napoleon. The thirds urban planner baron houseman houseman cleared out the cramped medieval cityscape and replaced it. With broad straight boulevards lined with stately buildings. The buildings sport many of the same features that give parasites uniform look five stories tall with angled. Black slate roofs informal facades notice. How the balconies on the second and fifth floors tend to match those of their neighbors but there is more than aesthetics to house. Men's plan it was military strategy designed with an agenda to keep the people in line you see in pre houseman paris angry riders could take over the narrow and winding streets setting up barricades to hold back government forces but with house. Men's new design government troops could circulate easily and fire their cannons. Down the long straight boulevards with these boulevards a with of grape shot as they called a canon load of chains nails and other buckshot type shrapnel could clear out any band of revolutionaries in a hurry the result of house. Men's urban renewal is that peres. Today has two distinct neighborhoods with two different looks and different attitudes. The right bank is more uniform and business oriented. The left bank remains more medieval an historic and like its architecture. The left bank is also more individualistic more artistic intellectual counterculture in french. The left bank is the reef gauche. Gauche meaning left has come to imply social incorrectness like giving a handshake with the wrong or left. Hand this mix of left bank and right bank of nonconformity and gentility liberal conservative. that's part of. What makes paris today. So charming as you continue to the end of the block. Notice the bridge crossing the seine. This is the pont enough where our tour will end. But we're headed to plus phen- first so when you reach the end of the building veer to the left. It's the. I left as soon as you turn left. You'll see the entrance to plasticine one of the city's most genteel squares by the way lease so one of paris's most genteel customs is the way parisians greet each other. You may have seen it along the walk. They don't shake hands or hug each other american style. Instead they kiss a late peck on the cheeks. Observe they touch cheeks pucker their lips and make a gentle smacking sound.

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