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Germanic tribes who started to inhabit parts of Great Britain from the 5th century onwards

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The Warrior Priest Podcast
0139: Midweek Debrief - Not All That Wander Are Lost

The Warrior Priest Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 56:26


In Anglo-Saxon England a warrior owed complete fealty to his chief. A warrior was stunned unconscious during a battle in which his chief died. He revived after the battle and found himself chiefless. Several years later he recounts his plight. “Wulf and Eadwacer” is an Anglo-Saxon poem found in the 10th century Exeter Book and famous for its difficult interpretation. I believe this poem is essentially an expression of wife and mother's grief. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/donavon-riley/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/donavon-riley/support

Anglo-Saxon England
King Alfred, before He was Great

Anglo-Saxon England

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 30:30


It's probably no exaggeration to say the Alfred the Great is one of the most, if not the most, famous Anglo-Saxon of them all. The only British monarch given the epithet ‘the Great', the traditional account of his life is one of a scholar forced into the role of a war leader who defied the odds to save and unite not just his people, but all the English. Indeed, Alfred is usually cast as the man who saved England, without whom all of the Anglo-Saxon kingdoms would have fallen to Scandinavian invasion. However, it is not just for his military successes that Alfred is remembered. He was also celebrated as a wise king who cared deeply for law, religion, and learning. The revival of Latin and Old English learning that is called by scholars the ‘Alfredian Renaissance' is usually attributed to Alfred's vision of a just and pious English nation which he sought to realise by gathering to himself the learned man of Britain, Ireland, and the Continent. It is important to be wary, though, of mythmaking and the ‘great man' interpretation of history. While Alfred was without question a great leader, we must take a step back and look at his life with dispassionate eyes so that we can cut through the layers of legend to reach the core of the man who saved England. Credits –  Music: 'Wælheall' by Hrōðmund Wōdening https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQfdqIyqJ4g&list=LL&index=5&ab_channel=Hr%C5%8D%C3%B0mundW%C5%8Ddening Social Media -  Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/anglosaxonengland Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Anglo-Saxon-England-Podcast-110529958048053 Twitter: https://twitter.com/EnglandAnglo Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/anglosaxonenglandpodcast/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzyGUvYZCstptNQeWTwfQuA  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

War And Conquest
{13.8} Anglo Saxons: Conquest of the Danelaw

War And Conquest

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 31:36


899-924 AD: Eaward and his sister, Aethelflaed would take up the mantle of their father Alfred the Great and greatly expand the kingdoms of Wessex and Merica at the expense of the Viking overlords www.warandconquest.com warandconquestpcast@gmail.com https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdUOD52RBg1BBm_zndE-DdA https://www.patreon.com/warandconquest https://www.facebook.com/warandconquestpcast https://www.instagram.com/warandconquestpcast/ https://twitter.com/warandconquest1 Venmo: @Warand Conquest https://www.twitch.tv/theproslayer7

The Wanderer Anglo Saxon Heathenism
The Anglo Saxon Huscarls

The Wanderer Anglo Saxon Heathenism

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 9:15


Founded by nut the great, the Danish ruler of England in the early 11th century, the Huscarls were modelled upon the Joms Vikings although new research has found that the Joms Vikings weren't as disciplined as was thought, and the Saga was probably embellished. Cnut established them as a permanent body of professional warriors, They were 3000 strong. They attended the king and were maintained in 3 corps: two stationed around London, the third in the north near York. They were further divided into crews to man the 40 longships maintained from Canute onward, as a royal Navy. Thus the Huscarls formed a nucleus for any English national force, both on land and sea. This was maintained by a special tax, on each “hide” of land. In later days, individual Huscarls were granted land of their own, which they lived upon and oversaw. Feudalism was spreading to England from the continent; and had the Norman Conquest not interrupted their evolution, in time the Huscarls would likely have assumed most aspects of the feudal chivalry found elsewhere; becoming England's version of the Feudal knight.

The NeoLiberal Round
Sports, Politics and Immigration: Damar Hamlin's Recovery, McCarthy is Weakest Speaker and Biden's Immigration problem

The NeoLiberal Round

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 51:03


Happy Anniversary to my Fraternity Phi Beta Sigma! This episode provides commentary on: Sports, Politics and Immigration:  1. The Buffalo Bills' GM had a Press Conference and provided an update on Damar Hamlin's recovery.  2. Kevin McCarthy is finally Speaker of the House of Representatives after the 15th round of voting. But he will be the weakest Speaker in years after several concessions, yet many of his own members distrust him and may prove to be a shaky GOP majority. 3. President Biden is said to have created the current immigration problem at the border after the ending of Title IV. However, is the immigration problem really a crisis created by Biden or is not a wider international problem...You cannot fix the immigration problem, without addressing the international competition between and among countries that makes rich countries richer and poor countries and peoples caught between privilege, policy and politics poorer. Further, immigration had always followed a draconian policy based on race, class and incomes; where the best and brightest who have ties gets to escape the realities of their colonies, leaving their nascent lands devoid of brilliance and labor that could translate in helping the former colony. Yet this very policy is what benefits the post-industrial countries of the global north. A policy that identifies two types of immigrants, one from the north and another from the south, one that is white and Anglo-Saxon and another that is black or brown, one that is connected and has ties and another that is not. So that such discriminatory policy created a situation where people who really need to emigrate find it harder to do so vis-à-vis their other countrymen of higher esteem who are more welcomed creating a brain drain for the former colonies of the global south like Jamaica. Recently President Biden was derided over his handling of the immigration situation currently occurring on the US border where hundreds of migrants are illegally crossing the border since the ending of Title IV. This means that the Trump-era policy that ended granting asylum to refugees went into effect. However, many from the global south running to the global north usually have no escape or no way than to justify their way in through seeking asylum-which means demeaning their own country which are innocent victim of a draconian international system that has left the post-colonial country behind and dependent. The rationale for many immigrants seeking asylum is usually that their former country is violent, unjust, evil and they are running for their lives. But is this true, or the only way that these people can get into richer countries who have created and supported this narrative about the global south. The global south is thus a victim of politics and peoples, the prey and the hunter. The global south since the genocide of its first peoples have been so abused yet still a place to vacate. Nevertheless, travel between the global south and global north is uniquely different. Those going to the global south are going as tourists, while those coming to the global north from the global south are coming as refugees or to work, with much surveillance surrounding their life. But this situation is good or beneficial to maintaining power and control. It provides the opportunity that allows post-industrial countries to continue holding the advantage within a highly competitive world. Why shouldn't the consequence of brain drain be an effective strategy for any country to hold an advantage. This is discussed on the podcast and is an excerpt of my new book Neoliberal Globalization Reconsidered out next month. This is also loosely discussed in my first book Neoliberalism, Globalization, Income Inequality, Poverty and Resistance, we will pick up this topic when I teach Caribbean Thought at The Jamaica Theological Seminary.  www.theneoliberal.com  https://anchor.fm/theneoliberal --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theneoliberal/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theneoliberal/support

The Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast
On the Shelf for January 2023 - The Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast Episode 248

The Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 48:02


On the Shelf for January 2023 The Lesbian Historic Motif Podcast - Episode 248 with Heather Rose Jones Your monthly roundup of history, news, and the field of sapphic historical fiction. In this episode we talk about: A summary of what the podcast and blog have covered this year Upcoming BBC series with a sapphic take on Marie Antoinette Recent and upcoming publications covered on the blogMoore, Lisa. 1997. Dangerous Intimacies: Toward a Sapphic History of the British Novel. Duke University Press, Durham, 1997. ISBN 0-8223-2049-5 New and forthcoming fictionA Rose Blooms at Golden Fork by Rachel Anderson Just Wide Enough for Two by Kacey M. Martin Rachel Kelly And The Vigilantes (Rachel Kelly in Oregon County # 1) by Pamela Cabot Unchain My Heart: A Fantasy Lesbian Romance in Classical Greece (Bonds of Fate #1) by R.J. Martin Sixpenny Octavo by Annick Trent Vanilla Kisses (Diary of an Obstinate, Headstrong Female #1) by C.C. Burns Appetence (Diary of an Obstinate, Headstrong Female #2) by C.C. Burns Midwinter (Diary of an Obstinate, Headstrong Female #3) by C.C. Burns Hen Fever by author White Star: A lesbian Gilded Age romance set on the Titanic by Laura Jelenkovich The Demon Gospel (Hidden Gods #2) by Ariel Dalziel Her Enticing Muse (Ladylike Inclinations #3) by Violet Cowper Forever's Promise by Missouri Vaun The Ashes of the Brothel: Betrayal in the Wickedest Little Town in the West by Katryna Lalock After Sappho by Selby Wynn Schwartz In the Shadow of Truth (Shadow Series 3) by J.E. Leak What I've been consumingThe World We Make by N.K. Jemisin The Drowned Woods by Emily Lloyd-Jones Reader, I Murdered Him by Betsy Cornwell Call for submissions for the 2023 LHMP audio short story series. See here for details. This month we interview Jennifer Nestojko and talk about:The inspirations for “From the Bird's Nest” The joys of epistolary stories Writing disabilities in a historic context Being a writer and a teacher Ideas for an Anglo-Saxon setting and playing around with Beowulf Books and authors mentioned:Daddy-Long-Legs by Jean Webster Emily Dickinson Little Women by Louisa May Alcott Work by Louisa May Alcott Sarah Orne Jewett “The Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman Re: Beowulf-related novels:

Saint of the Day
Our Venerable Father Cedd, Bishop of Essex and Abbot of Lastingham (664)

Saint of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 1:03


He and his brother Chad (Mar. 2) were from an English family, educated under Saint Aidan (Aug. 31) of Lindisfarne. Both brothers entered monastic life at Lindisfarne and later became bishops. Cedd travelled as an evangelist among the people of Essex, where Saint Finan (Feb. 17) consecrated him to be their first bishop. He founded two monasteries in Essex, one of whose churches still stands; he built yet another monastery at Lastingham in Yorkshire, where he lived until his repose. He spoke both Irish and Anglo-Saxon, and served as a translator for the Irish at the Synod of Whitby in 664. He reposed at Lastingham not long after the Synod.

Oro Valley Catholic
Feast Of The Epiphany - The turning point of human history

Oro Valley Catholic

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 23:52


The Story of the Magi from the east is an echo of the ancient, pagan world. We take Christian history for granted and forget the power of the ancient, pagan world and the influence of the East on the Western World. A good example is that the ancient Babylonians named the weekdays after the five planetary bodies known to them and the other two days they dedicated to the Sun and Moon (Sunday and Monday). The Jews, of course, explained the seven days of the week differently. The Romans followed the Babylonian example, not the Jewish, and the Emperor Constantine established the seven-day week in the Roman calendar in 321 A.D. designating Sunday and Monday as the first two days of the week. The names of our days of the week came later in European history. The other English weekday names were derived from Anglo-Saxon names for gods from Teutonic mythology. Tuesday comes from Tiu, or Tiw, the Anglo-Saxon name for Tyr, the Norse god of war. Tyr was one of the sons of Odin, or Woden, who in turn gave his name to Wednesday. Thursday originates from Thor, the god of thunder. Friday is derived from Frigga, the wife of Odin, representing love and beauty. Saturday comes from Saturn, the ancient Roman god of fun and feasting. We kept Sunday in honor of the Sun and Monday in honor of the moon. The echoes of the pagan world are all around us. A blast from the past. This episode played three years ago. The Feast of the Epiphany celebrates the mass conversion of the pagan world to the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. The worship of the Creator, not the created. Readings: https://bible.usccb.org/bible/readings/010823.cfm The music is licensed under One License and is performed by the St. Mark Choir.

The Wanderer Anglo Saxon Heathenism

Apart from high policy and legislation, the business of government lay with the local authority, and the local authority was the local assembly of freemen. The local unit was the tun or township, the village, the group of households whose members occupied the surrounding land and settled such of their affairs - as a required settlement in the town's meeting. The townships were grouped in hundreds, a term which probably originated in days when the normal village contained ten households or thereabouts, and ten villages or thereabouts, making up approximately a hundred households, were grouped together for military purposes and for the common settlement of their affairs. Apart from high policy and legislation, the business of government lay with the local authority, and the local authority was the local assembly of freemen. The local unit was the tun or township, the village, the group of households whose members occupied the surrounding land and settled such of their affairs - as a required settlement in the town's meeting. The townships were grouped in hundreds, a term which probably originated in days when the normal village contained ten households or thereabouts, and ten villages or thereabouts, making up approximately a hundred households, were grouped together for military purposes and for the common settlement of their affairs. Administering justice Justice was administered in these "folk moots" or popular meetings, each under the presidency of its reeve - town-reeve, hundred-reeve, or shire-reeve. Primarily it appears that the whole body was judged. At a later stage, when the number of households in the hundred had very much in­creased, a kind of representation took the place of the general assembly of all freemen. The principal landholders were expected to attend and from each township the parish priest, the reeve, and the four "best men," as well as those who were personally concerned in any questions arising. Judges and reeves Further, it seems to have become customary for a sort of committee of twelve to act as judges in place of the whole body; and probably it is to this custom, already established by the time of Alfred, that we must attribute the tradition that Alfred himself invented Trial by Jury. On the other hand, it is also likely, though not certain, that the prestige attaching to the person of the reeve of the court gave him a practical authority, which gradually made him in effect a superior magistrate; and that out of the jurisdiction thus acquired by him grew the jurisdiction of the lord of the manor.

Slava Mayer - Authorization  NEW
We invite YOU soldier !

Slava Mayer - Authorization NEW

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 2:19


We invite everyone who wants to join the military operations on the territory of Ukraine against the terrorist Russian regime, everyone who is able to help in the fight for the independence and sovereignty of Ukraine, you can join the ranks of the international brigade, which includes people from many countries such as the USA, Canada, Georgia, Belarus, Russians who disagree with Putin's regime, Chechens of the Republic of Ichkeria, and many other glorious sons are beating the enemy on the territory of Donetsk, Luhansk, Kharkiv, Kherson, Zaporozhye, we are waiting for you, we are waiting for the guarantors of our security - soldiers from the United States and Great Britain, we need you on the battlefield, many glorious Cossacks - Ukrainians died fighting for Ukraine, don't stand aside, fight the unwashed Muscovite, drive him out of Ukraine, we repeat once again, give us tanks and planes, as well as missiles, we will end the war, no one is fucked tyrants in the world have no right to kill Ukrainians, we are a nation of winners, we won the 2nd world war, on our bones Moscow reached Berlin, be sure, fall we are the end of you, get ready, glorious people of Kazakhstan, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Finland, Georgia, we are handing you our baton of war with the Muscovites, the war will come to your house, to your street, to your yard, the Muscovites are murderers, and they need someone to kill for them you are Churks, Pindos, Anglo-Saxons or whatever, any alliance with Russia is a failure, don't believe the Muscovites! We killed 100,000 peaceful locals in Mariupol, all of them were killed by a Russian soldier, a Russian tank, a Russian shell, a Russian aerial bomb, prepare for war Poles, Moldovans, Kazakhs. thanks for your help but it's not enough, it's not enough. I am grateful to all the allies of Ukraine, I am asking for a tribunal for castrated servicemen of the armed forces of Ukraine who were in enemy captivity, I am asking for a tribunal for every murdered child, I am asking for a tribunal for every raped woman, give me fucking tanks give me fucking missiles, only revenge, only death to everything that came to kill from Russia

Slava Mayer - Authorization  NEW
Save Our Soul - Save Ukraine for Global Security

Slava Mayer - Authorization NEW

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 8:40


We invite everyone who wants to join the military operations on the territory of Ukraine against the terrorist Russian regime, everyone who is able to help in the fight for the independence and sovereignty of Ukraine, you can join the ranks of the international brigade, which includes people from many countries such as the USA, Canada, Georgia, Belarus, Russians who disagree with Putin's regime, Chechens of the Republic of Ichkeria, and many other glorious sons are beating the enemy on the territory of Donetsk, Luhansk, Kharkiv, Kherson, Zaporozhye, we are waiting for you, we are waiting for the guarantors of our security - soldiers from the United States and Great Britain, we need you on the battlefield, many glorious Cossacks - Ukrainians died fighting for Ukraine, don't stand aside, fight the unwashed Muscovite, drive him out of Ukraine, we repeat once again, give us tanks and planes, as well as missiles, we will end the war, no one is fucked tyrants in the world have no right to kill Ukrainians, we are a nation of winners, we won the 2nd world war, on our bones Moscow reached Berlin, be sure, fall we are the end of you, get ready, glorious people of Kazakhstan, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Finland, Georgia, we are handing you our baton of war with the Muscovites, the war will come to your house, to your street, to your yard, the Muscovites are murderers, and they need someone to kill for them you are Churks, Pindos, Anglo-Saxons or whatever, any alliance with Russia is a failure, don't believe the Muscovites! Russians killed 100,000 peaceful civil people in Mariupol, all of them were killed by a Russian soldier, a Russian tank, a Russian shell, a Russian aerial bomb, prepare for war Poles, Moldovans, Kazakhs. thanks for your help but it's not enough, it's not enough. I am grateful to all the allies of Ukraine, I am asking for a tribunal for castrated servicemen of the armed forces of Ukraine who were in enemy captivity, I am asking for a tribunal for every murdered child, I am asking for a tribunal for every raped woman, give me fucking tanks give me fucking missiles, only revenge, only death to everything that came to kill from Russia Glorious sons and daughters of Ukraine successfully destroyed about 104,560 soldiers;— tanks — 3,018;— combat armored vehicles — 6,047;— artillery systems — 2004;— RSZV — 423;— air defense means — 212;— planes — 283;— helicopters — 268;— automotive equipment and tank trucks — 4,675;— ships/boats — 16;— UAVs of the operational-tactical level — 1,717;— cruise missiles — 653.

So To Speak w/ Jared Howe
S o T o S p e a k | Ep. 945 | Keynesian Collapse

So To Speak w/ Jared Howe

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 49:15


The Keynesian experiment and socialism may differ somewhat in form, but they have the same end result: Societal collapse. Rational resource allocation eventually breaks down in both cases because monetary systems can't survive being decoupled from the scarcity of physical reality or the preferences of the people who exist within it. Human preferences are infinite; goods and services are not. Money only works as the middle ground between infinite wants and finite resources so long as it has a tangible connection to both. When a Keynesian or socialist central bank inflates the supply of currency relative to the supply of goods and services, the first effect is higher prices. The second is material shortages. The disarray and turbulence in global markets (and geopolitics) is a function of the distortions caused by government central banks. Some countries are already feeling it worse than others, and "anti-fascist proxy wars against the Anglo-Saxons" in Eastern European countries aren't doing them any favors. This is EPISODE 945 of So to Speak w/ Jared Howe!

War And Conquest
{13.7} Anglo-Saxons: Alfred the Great's Last Trial By Fire

War And Conquest

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 30:32


878-897: Alred insitiues sweeping refroms of the army and govenrment to brace his kingdom for the last assault of the Great Heathen Army Song: Half Alive by Secrets- Everything That Got Us Here www.warandconquest.com warandconquestpcast@gmail.com https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdUOD52RBg1BBm_zndE-DdA https://www.patreon.com/warandconquest https://www.facebook.com/warandconquestpcast https://www.instagram.com/warandconquestpcast/ https://twitter.com/warandconquest1 Venmo: @Warand Conquest https://www.twitch.tv/theproslayer7

Critical Readings
CR Episode 155: The Lay of the Children of Hurin, Part II

Critical Readings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 98:13


The panel reads the second part of The Lay of the Children of Hurin, which relates the tale of Beleg Strongbow, and the doom of Turin Turambar, giving special attention to how the text connects to other mythological and Anglo-Saxon poems and narratives.Continue reading

Poetry Koan
CK1: Soul & Body

Poetry Koan

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 12:13


We are all addicted to something. -- THE JOURNEY One day you finally knew what you had to do, and began, though the voices around and inside you kept shouting their bad advice – though the whole house began to tremble and you felt the old tug at your ankles. “Mend my life!” each voice cried. But you didn't stop. You knew what you had to do, though the wind pried with its stiff fingers at the very foundations, though their melancholy was terrible. It was already late enough, and a wild night, and the road full of fallen branches and stones. But little by little, as you left their voices behind, the stars began to burn through the sheets of clouds, and there was a new voice which you slowly recognized as your own, that kept you company as you strode deeper and deeper into the world, determined to do the only thing you could do – determined to save the only life you could save. -Mary Oliver It is incumbent on all of us to care for the passage of our souls— for how grievous our fate when death arrives, disjoining the siblings, once going together, body and soul! -Anonymous (from: Soul & Body, an Anglo-Saxon poem from the 10th Century)

So To Speak w/ Jared Howe
S o T o S p e a k | Ep. 944 | Sabotaging the West

So To Speak w/ Jared Howe

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 42:44


Eurasianists frame the proliferation of cultural Marxism as the cultural suicide of Anglo-Saxons, but its tenets haven't really been internalized by the vast majority of white westerners, Anglo or otherwise.  Cultural Marxism wasn't something that emerged organically out of western culture or ideology. Cultural Marxism is a product of anti-western subversion. The people who promote it KNOW it's bad for the west. That's WHY they promote it. Their disdain for the west and its history is something the western elite have in common with the Eurasianists. This is EPISODE 944 of So to Speak w/ Jared Howe!

My African Clichés / African History, Daily
Are you aware of the Fashoda Complex?

My African Clichés / African History, Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 9:35


Hello friends, I am back again, finally, after more than 5 months of a forced absence. Thank you to those who have taken news! don't worry, my prolonged absence is not due to a lack of inspiration, of topics to share with you, or a breakdown of our Sankofa, it was really a much more prosaic reason, simply professional. One must pay the bills, right?

Nighttime on Still Waters
'Earth stood hard as iron...'

Nighttime on Still Waters

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 34:55 Transcription Available


Join us around the stove tonight, on a very cosy NB Erica that is currently ice-locked into a frozen landscape, as we think about the Fimbulwinter of old, and why Midwinter might be mid-winter after all!Journal entry: 14th December, Wednesday.“Ridges of frost form ribs on the sweep of hills. Two rooks throw calls against a sky Marbled by the setting sun. Beyond the horizon, a pheasant startles a distant wood. My fingers and toes burn.Episode Information:In this episode I read very short extracts from:Christiane Ritter's beautiful A Woman in the Polar Night republished in 2019 Pushkin Press.Christina Rosetti's poem ‘In the Bleak Midwinter' (1872).The section on seasons from the Anglo-Saxon collection: Maxims II.Bede's The Reckoning of Time (11th-12th century)I also refer to:Alexandra Harris' (2016) Weatherland: Writers and artists under English skiespublished by Thames and HudsonEleanor Parker's (2022) Winters in the Word: A journey through the Anglo-Saxon year published by Reaktion Books. For more information about Nighttime on Still WatersYou can find more information and photographs about the podcasts and life aboard the Erica on our website at noswpod.com. It will also allow you to become more a part of the podcast and you can leave comments, offer suggestions, and reviews. You can even, if you want, leave me a voice mail by clicking on the microphone icon. General DetailsIn the intro and the outro, Saint-Saen's The Swan is performed by Karr and Bernstein (1961) and available on CC at archive.org. Two-stroke narrowboat engine recorded by 'James2nd' on the River Weaver, Cheshire. Uploaded to Freesound.org on 23rd June 2018. Creative Commons Licence. Piano and keyboard interludes composed and performed by Helen Ingram.All other audio recorded on site. ContactFor pictures of Erica and images related to the podcasts or to contact me, follow me on:Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/noswpodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/nighttimeonstillwaters/Twitter: https://twitter.com/NoswPod·       Mastodon: https://mastodon.world/@nosw  I would love to hear from you. You can email me at nighttimeonstillwaters@gmail.com or drop me a line by going to the nowspod website and using either the contact form or, if you prefer, record your message using the voicemail facility by clicking on the microphone icon. 

The Symbolic World
266 - Richard Rohlin - Universal History: Anglo-Saxon Myths and the Origin of Fairies

The Symbolic World

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 53:31


This is the first episode of a series of discussions about Anglo–Saxon myths and their role in the Universal History. Books mentions: - Apocalypse of Pseudo-Methodius: An Alexandrian World Chronicle (Dumbarton Oaks Medieval Library): https://www.amazon.com/Apocalypse-Alexandrian-Chronicle-Dumbarton-Medieval/dp/0674053079 - Syriac work called The Cave of Treasures, translated by Sebastian Brock (Early Christian/late Jewish traditions preserved in Syrian. Gives a good framework for reading St. Ephrem the Syrian) Richard Rohlin's work: - Finding the Golden Key book project: https://findingthegoldenkey.com/?page_id=78 - Darkly Bright Press - Akboritha: https://darklybrightpress.com/akboritha/ - Amboria: Roleplaying in the World Under Starlight: https://strangeowlgames.com/amboria/ ==================== - Original video: https://youtu.be/VqjUNiU6TBA - The Symbolic World website and blog: www.thesymbolicworld.com - Merch: www.thesymbolicworld.store - Language of Creation, by Matthieu Pageau: www.amazon.com/Language-Creation…ook/dp/B07D738HD8 Support this podcast: - Website: https://thesymbolicworld.com/support/ - Patreon: www.patreon.com/pageauvideos - Subscribestar: www.subscribestar.com/jonathan-pageau - Paypal: www.paypal.me/JonathanPageau Join the conversation: - Unofficial Facebook discussion group: www.facebook.com/groups/1989208418065298/ - The Symbolic World Reddit: www.reddit.com/r/TheSymbolicWorld/ Social media links: - Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheSymbolicWorld - Twitter: www.twitter.com/pageaujonathan - Instagram: www.instagram.com/jonathan.pageau My intro was arranged and recorded by Matthew Wilkinson. My website designers, Anomalist Design: www.anomalistdesign.com/

HistoryPod
13th December 902: Æthelwold's revolt against Edward the Elder is defeated

HistoryPod

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022


Æthelwold ætheling, a claimant to the Anglo-Saxon throne was defeated at the Battle of the ...

Gone Medieval
Battle of Maldon

Gone Medieval

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 29:15


Dr. Cat Jarman finds out more about a fragment of Old English poetry that depicts one of the defining conflicts of 10th century England - the Battle of Maldon. Its 325 lines immortalise the bloody defence by Earl Byrhtnoth and the Anglo-Saxons against the Vikings which took place on the banks of the River Blackwater in Essex in the year 991. Cat talks to Dr. Mark Atherton - author of The Battle of Maldon: War and Peace in Tenth-Century England - who describes the circumstances of the battle and examines how and why the poem encouraged readers to relive the experience for themselves.This episode was edited and produced by Rob Weinberg.We've also been nominated for Best History Podcast and the Listener's Choice Award at the Signal Awards! We need your help though - it would mean so much to the whole Gone Medieval team if you followed this link to sign up and vote. Thank you!If you're enjoying this podcast and are looking for more fascinating Medieval content then subscribe to our Medieval Monday newsletter here >If you'd like to learn even more, we have hundreds of history documentaries, ad free podcasts and audiobooks at History Hit - subscribe today! To download, go to Android > or Apple store > Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Nighttime on Still Waters
Those eyes of old (look out at me)

Nighttime on Still Waters

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 34:02 Transcription Available


“Those eyes of old look at me and, through the haze of your futures, I look back at you…” On this freezing December night, snuggle closer to the stove as I reflect on the strangeness of coming across an old photograph of me as a small child as well as the adventures of the Archdeacon on ice.    Journal entry: 9th December, Friday“The scent of wood smoke and cold air. The warm, dry sound of someone splitting firewood. Each teasel head is framed in a perfect halo of sunlight. Today, at least, their sainthood is revealed.” Episode Information:In this episode I read an extract from the Anglo-Saxon poem Andreas and I refer to Eleanor Parker's book Winters in the Word: A journey through the Anglo-Saxon year published in 2022 by Reaktion Books. You can see and buy a copy of Dru Marland's wonderful ‘Canal Ice Scale' from her Etsy site: Dru Marland ‘Canal Ice Scale' (postcard).Please go to nowspod.com to see copy of the photograph featured in this week's episode.For more information about Nighttime on Still WatersYou can find more information and photographs about the podcasts and life aboard the Erica on our website at noswpod.com. It will also allow you to become more a part of the podcast and you can leave comments, offer suggestions, and reviews. You can even, if you want, leave me a voice mail by clicking on the microphone icon. General DetailsIn the intro and the outro, Saint-Saen's The Swan is performed by Karr and Bernstein (1961) and available on CC at archive.org. Two-stroke narrowboat engine recorded by 'James2nd' on the River Weaver, Cheshire. Uploaded to Freesound.org on 23rd June 2018. Creative Commons Licence. Piano and keyboard interludes composed and performed by Helen Ingram.All other audio recorded on site. ContactFor pictures of Erica and images related to the podcasts or to contact me, follow me on:Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/noswpodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/nighttimeonstillwaters/Twitter: https://twitter.com/NoswPodMastodon: https://mastodon.world/@nosw  I would love to hear from you. You can email me at nighttimeonstillwaters@gmail.com or drop me a line by going to the nowspod website and using either the contact form or, if you prefer, record your message using the voicemail facility by clicking on the microphone icon. 

Flixwatcher: A Netflix Film Review Podcast
Episode # 278 The DIg with Liz and Michelle from Two Women Chatting podcast

Flixwatcher: A Netflix Film Review Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 43:39


Liz and Michelle from Two Women Chatting podcast join Flixwatcher remotely to review Liz's choice The Dig. The Dig is a 2021 British drama based on the novel of the same name that is a reimagining of the events around the 1939 excavation of Sutton Hoo in Suffolk. Sutton Hoo was a site of Anglo-Saxon ship containing artefacts was buried. The site was first excavated by Basil (Ralph Fiennes) Brown under the watch of the landowner Edith (Carey Mulligan) Pretty. When the importance of the dig is discovered national experts - Peggy (Lily James) and Stuart (Ben Chaplin) Pigott - take over to recover the artefacts. The Dig is fairly true to the events that happened except for an invented romance between Peggy and Rory (who in real life were photographers Mercie Lack and Barbara Wagstaff and O. G. S. Crawford) Lomax and her supposed inexperience in the field. The casting of Mulligan, in her 30s, caused some controversy as Pretty was in her mid 50s at the time. Liz brought her insight from her experience archaeology and confirms it is not sexy and is as presented on screen. Due to The Dig's niche subject, scores for recommendabilty were mixed and its two hour runtime also went against it on repeat viewing. However, it still manages to score a respectable 3.44 overall.   [supsystic-tables id=290 Episode #278 Crew Links Thanks to Episode #278 Crew of Liz and Michelle from Two Women Chatting Find their Websites online at https://linktr.ee/TwoWomenChatti and at https://www.twowomenchatting.com/ Please make sure you give them some love   More about The Dig For more info on The Dig, you can visit The Dig IMDb page here or The Dig Rotten Tomatoes page here. Final Plug! Subscribe, Share and Review us on iTunes If you enjoyed this episode of Flixwatcher Podcast you probably know other people who will like it too! Please share it with your friends and family, review us, and join us across ALL of the Social Media links below. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Baleine sous Gravillon (BSG)
S04E33 Requins 8/12 : Leurs "bulles" sociales, du timide à l'intime (Steven Surina, requinologue)

Baleine sous Gravillon (BSG)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 28:28


Il existe une science peu connue qui étudie pourtant une notion basique et cruciale dans les rapports entre les êtres : la proxémique? Cette science est celle du plus ou moins proche, de nos “bulles” sociales. Ces espaces instinctifs ET sociaux, innés et appris, s'étendent de l'intime (s'embrasser) au public (se croiser dans la rue).   Les bases de la proxémique ont été proposées en 1963 par l'anthropologue étatsunien Edward T. Hall. C'est peu de dire que ces bulles varient selon les cultures, selon qu'on est à Hamburg ou à Marseille. Dans les pays Anglo-Saxons, nordiques, ou au Japon, les distances entre les corps sont importantes, les contacts physiques plus exceptionnels ; en revanche, dans les pays latins, les distances sont assez courtes.   En général, il y a 4 "zones" ou “bulles”, selon la proximité : intime (de 0 à 45 cm : pour embrasser, chuchoter) personnel (de 45 cm à 1,2 m : pour les amis) social (de 1,2 m à 3,6 m : pour les connaissances) publique (plus de 3,6 m).  La proxémique peut expliquer quelle partie de l'ascenseur sera remplie en premier ; pourquoi les personnes s'assoient de manière quasiment équidistante dans un parc ; quel urinoir un homme choisira dans les toilettes publiques et la tendance à éviter le regard des autres dans le métro.   La proxémique est tellement profondément intégrée en nous que ses conséquences sont visibles jusque dans les jeux vidéos collectifs.   Steven nous raconte les différentes espaces, zones, bulles, distances des Requins, ce qu'il appelle des idiosphères. Photo : Requin Bouledogue (Carcharhinus leucas), le plus dangereux du monde, attention les mimines ... _______ Pour les impatients, voici la série au complet : https://bit.ly/requins1_prez_evo_BSG https://bit.ly/requins2_7diffs_os-ca_BSG https://bit.ly/requins3_8ordres_BSG https://bit.ly/requins4_3nages_dodo_BSG https://bit.ly/requins5_7sens_BSG https://bit.ly/requins6_repro_4instcts_BSG https://bit.ly/requins7_3hbts_3ATQs_BSG https://bit.ly/requins8_3idiospheres_BSG https://bit.ly/requins9_6crcts_5dgx_BSG https://bit.ly/requins10_13approches_BSG https://bit.ly/requins11_12attitudes_BSG https://bit.ly/requins12_signes_BSG _______   Steven Surina est guide de plongée avec des requins. Il est aussi, avec Greg Lecoeur,  l'auteur de Requins : guide de l'interaction (éditions Turtle Prod, photos de Greg Lecoeur). _______   Sur les 540 espèces de requins connues, presque la moitié sont menacées. Les requins sont massacrés dans tous les océans et si rien n'est fait beaucoup d'espèces pourraient disparaître d'ici quelques dizaines d'années. Pratiquement aucune loi ne les protège, ni en France, ni dans le monde.   Sans le savoir, vous mangez parfois du requin, (saumonette, veau de mer etc…)   S'il le souhaite, chacun peut lever le petit doigt pour les requins, comme pour le reste du Vivant.   Voici les épisodes de COMBATS avec Matthieu Lapinski, le président d'Ailerons, une asso amie de BSG, qui sensibilise et se bat pour mieux protéger les requins en méditerranée. https://bit.ly/prez_ailerons1_CBT https://bit.ly/raies_mobulas_ailerons2_CBT https://bit.ly/requins_ailerons3_CBT https://bit.ly/prez_genes_ailerons4_CBT _______   Pour réécouter les épisodes requins (complémentaires) avec Cyrielle Houard de Lords of the oceans: https://bit.ly/requins2_BSG https://bit.ly/requins1_BSG _______  

Gone Medieval
Cult of St. Swithun

Gone Medieval

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 40:30


According to tradition, if it rains on Saint Swithun's bridge in Winchester on St. Swithun's day — 15 July — it will continue for 40 days. But who was the real Swithun? And why has his historical importance as an Anglo-Saxon bishop of Winchester been overshadowed by his reputation as a miracle worker? In this episode of Gone Medieval, Dr. Cat Jarman finds out more about Swithun from Associate Professor Karl Christian Alvestad from the University of South-Eastern Norway. This episode was edited by Matthew Peaty and produced by Rob Weinberg. If you're enjoying this podcast and are looking for more fascinating Medieval content then subscribe to our Medieval Monday newsletter here > If you'd like to learn even more, we have hundreds of history documentaries, ad free podcasts and audiobooks at History Hit - subscribe today! To download, go to Android > or Apple store > Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Catholic Saints & Feasts
December 6: Saint Nicholas, Bishop

Catholic Saints & Feasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 6:54


December 6: Saint Nicholas, Bishop c. Third–Fourth Century Optional Memorial; Liturgical Color: White Patron Saint of Russia, sailors, merchants, and children Santa Claus signed the Nicene Creed Traditions the world over are so embedded in the rhythms of daily life that their ubiquity goes unnoticed. Why a birthday cake with lighted candles? Why make a wish and then blow those candles out? The origin of this charming tradition is obscure. Why shake hands, toast by clinking glasses, cross fingers for good luck, or have bridesmaids? The sources of many traditions are so historically remote and culturally elusive as to allow diverse interpretations of their meaning. Today's saint is without doubt, however, the man behind the massively celebrated tradition of Santa Claus, the most well-known Christmas figure after Jesus and the Three Kings. Santa Claus' mysterious nocturnal visits to lavish children with gifts at Christmastime is not a tradition whose origin is lost in the mists of history. It is a tradition firmly rooted in Christianity.  Little is known about the life of Saint Nicholas, besides that he was the Catholic Bishop of Myra in Asia Minor in the early fourth century. It is likely that he suffered under the persecution of Diocletian and certain that he later attended the Council of Nicea in 325. "Nicholas of Myra of Lycia" appears on one of the earliest and most reliable lists of the Bishops at Nicea. Some of the bishops at Nicea looked like soldiers who had just crawled off the battlefield; eyes gouged out, skin charred black, stumps for legs. These were the front-line torture victims of Diocelatian. The Emperor Constantine had called the Council, and when he entered the dim hall to inaugurate the great gathering, this colossus, the most powerful man in the world, dressed in robes of purple, slowly walked among the hushed and twisted bodies and did something shocking and beautiful. He stopped and kissed each eyeless cheek, each scar, gash, wound, and mangled stub where an arm had once hung. With this noble gesture, the healing could finally begin. The Church was free. The mitred heads wept tears of joy, and Saint Nicholas was among them.  At his death, Saint Nicholas was buried in his see city. Less than a century later, a church was built in his honor in Myra and became a site of pilgrimage. And the Emperor Justinian, in the mid-500s, renovated a long-existing church dedicated to Saint Nicholas in Constantinople. In Rome, a Greek community was worshipping in a basilica dedicated to Saint Nicholas around 600. The church can still be visited today. These churches, and hundreds of others named for Saint Nicholas, prove that devotion to our saint was widespread not long after his death. When Myra was overrun by Muslim Turks in the 1000s, there was a risk that the saint's bones would disappear. So in 1087, sailors from Bari, Italy, committed a holy theft and moved Saint Nicholas' relics to their own hometown. In 1089 the Pope came to Bari to dedicate a new church to Saint Nicholas. And just a few years later, Bari became the rendezvous point for the First Crusade. Saint Nicholas was the patron saint of travelers and sailors, making him popular with the crusading knights. These knights, in turn, later brought the devotion to Saint Nicholas they learned in Bari back to their villages dotting the countryside of Central and Western Europe. Thus it happened that a saint famous along the shores of the Mediterranean became, in ways not totally understood, the source of gift-giving traditions that perdure until today in every corner of Europe. Legends state that Nicholas saved three sisters from lives of shame by secretly dropping small sacks of gold through their family's window at night, thus giving each a marriage dowry. Other legends relate that Nicholas secretly put coins in shoes that were left out for him. Nicholas' legacy of gift-giving became a Central-European and Anglo-Saxon expression of the gift-giving formerly exclusive to the Three Kings. Christmas night gift-giving in Northern lands thus slowly replaced the more biblically solid traditions of giving gifts on the Feast of the Epiphany, a custom more popular in Southern Europe and in lands which inherited its traditions. The antiquity of the Church means it has played a matchless role in the formation of Western culture, a role that no faux holidays or new “tradition” can replicate. Santa Claus has roots. He wears red for the martyrs. He dons a hat resembling a bishop's mitre. He often holds a sceptre similar to a bishop's crozier. And he distributes gifts to children in humble anonymity on the night of Christ's birth. Old Saint Nick, Father Christmas, Kris Kringle, or Santa Claus is real, in one sense. In all likelihood, he signed the Nicene Creed. Our “Santa,” then, was an orthodox Catholic bishop who argued for correct teaching about our Trinitarian God. The gift of the truth was, then, his first and most lasting gift to mankind. Saint Nicholas, your service as a bishop included not only teaching correctly the mysteries of our faith but also generous and humble charity in alleviating the material needs of your neighbor. Help all of us to combine good theology with Christian action like you did.

Slate Star Codex Podcast
Book Review: First Sixth Of Bobos In Paradise

Slate Star Codex Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 24:47


https://astralcodexten.substack.com/p/book-review-first-sixth-of-bobos I. David Brooks' Bobos In Paradise is an uneven book. The first sixth is a daring historical thesis that touches on every aspect of 20th-century America. The next five-sixths are the late-90s equivalent of “millennials just want avocado toast!” I'll review the first sixth here, then see if I can muster enough enthusiasm to get to the rest later. The daring thesis: a 1950s change in Harvard admissions policy destroyed one American aristocracy and created another. Everything else is downstream of the aristocracy, so this changed the whole character of the US. The pre-1950s aristocracy went by various names; the Episcopacy, the Old Establishment, Boston Brahmins. David Brooks calls them WASPs, which is evocative but ambiguous. He doesn't just mean Americans who happen to be white, Anglo-Saxon, and Protestant - there are tens of millions of those! He means old-money blue-blooded Great-Gatsby-villain WASPs who live in Connecticut, go sailing, play lacrosse, belong to country clubs, and have names like Thomas R. Newbury-Broxham III. Everyone in their family has gone to Yale for eight generations; if someone in the ninth generation got rejected, the family patriarch would invite the Chancellor of Yale to a nice game of golf and mention it in a very subtle way, and the Chancellor would very subtly apologize and say that of course a Newbury-Broxham must go to Yale, and whoever is responsible shall be very subtly fired forthwith. The old-money WASPs were mostly descendants of people who made their fortunes in colonial times (or at worst the 1800s); they were a merchant aristocracy. As the descendants of merchants, they acted as standard-bearers for the bourgeois virtues: punctuality, hard work, self-sufficiency, rationality, pragmatism, conformity, ruthlessness, whatever made your factory out-earn its competitors. By the 1950s they were several generations removed from any actual hustling entrepreneur. Still, at their best the seed ran strong and they continued to embody some of these principles. Brooks tentatively admires the WASP aristocracy for their ethos of noblesse oblige - many become competent administrators, politicians, and generals. George H. W. Bush, scion of a rich WASP family, served with distinction in World War II - the modern equivalent would be Bill Gates' or Charles Koch's kids volunteering as front-line troops in Afghanistan.

The Deep Lore Boys Podcast
S2E4 - Gnome Gang Incident, 1/3lb Burger, Hungry Grass

The Deep Lore Boys Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 19:28


A biker gang of gnomes? Burgers that cause alien poop? Grass that makes you hungry? And for Putin's sake, what's up with those Anglo Saxons? All this and more in today's episode. Further Reading: Wollaton Park Gnome Incident: http://www.strangehistory.net/2022/01/31/dark-thoughts-on-the-wollaton-gnomes/ 1/3lb Burger: https://awrestaurants.com/blog/aw-third-pound-burger-fractions Hungry Grass: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hungry_grass Intro: City Lights — Babasmas [Audio Library Release] Music provided by Audio Library Plus Watch: https://youtu.be/W9IQfypOkkYFree Download / Stream: https://alplus.io/city-lights Music: Jazz In Paris - Media Right Productions https://youtu.be/mNLJMTRvyj8

Anglo-Saxon England
Bonus Episode Unlocked: Anglo-Saxon Poetics

Anglo-Saxon England

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 17:33


What is Old English poetry? How does it work? In this unlocked bonus episode I walk you through the ways that Anglo-Saxon poets created their work and how this distinctively English art form worked. For more of these cultural bonus episodes go to the shows Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/anglosaxonengland Credits –  Music: 'Wælheall' by Hrōðmund Wōdening https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQfdqIyqJ4g&list=LL&index=5&ab_channel=Hr%C5%8D%C3%B0mundW%C5%8Ddening Social Media -  Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/anglosaxonengland Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Anglo-Saxon-England-Podcast-110529958048053 Twitter: https://twitter.com/EnglandAnglo Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/anglosaxonenglandpodcast/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzyGUvYZCstptNQeWTwfQuA  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Auf den Tag genau
Petroleum bei Mossul

Auf den Tag genau

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 8:03


Bei “Auf den Tag genau” schauen wir oftmals auf Anfänge von Entwicklungen, deren Konsequenzen heute zu unseren größten Problemen gehören. Nehmen wir die Abhängigkeit der Welt vom Erdöl. Der Publizist und Journalist Edgar Stern-Rubarth war unterwegs in der Nähe von Mossul und besichtigte erste Erdöl-Förderanlagen und -Raffinerien und gibt uns einen Einblick in die aus heutiger Sicht technisch primitiven Verfahren. Hinter dem Beobachteten steckten natürlich schon damals politisch und wirtschaftlich strategisch agierende Konsortien, die die Erdölförderung für sich sichern wollten. In Fall von Mossul wohl die “Turkish oil company”, die 1912 gegründet wurde, und wesentlich imperial deutsche und englische Interessen vertrat. Die größten Anteilseigner waren die “Deutsche Bank” und die “Anglo Saxon oil company”. Aus ihr ging 1925 die “Iraq oil company” hervor. Abgedruckt finden wir den Artikel in der Vossischen Zeitung vom 27. November und wir hören ihn dank Paula Leu.

London Walks
Today (November 28) in London History – the greatest London poem

London Walks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 28:06


The Russians
TraumaPorn from Adam Curtis

The Russians

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 94:29


Evgenia and I talk about TraumaZone, Adam Curtis' latest doc series. It's about seven hours long and tries to tell the story of the twin destructions that took place in Russia: the destruction of communism and the destruction of democracy.Despite a lot of simplifications and its Anglo-Saxon misery porn fetish, Evgenia thinks it's a valuable historical document and it could only have been made by an outsider, precisely because of how traumatic that decade was for ex-Soviets. Even today few people there want to think about happened, let alone alone to dig into the archives and construct a clear narrative about those times. The entire population suffers from PTSD.—Yasha LevineA couple of notes.Evgenia mentions a documentary that Paweł Pawlikowski made about Vladimir Zhirinovsky. She wrote about the film a while back — check it out. Evgenia also mentions a couple of documentaries by Johnson & Johnson heir Jamie Johnson: Born Rich and the The One Percent. As Evgenia says, they stand out because documentaries are as a general rule made by the rich about the poor. But Johnson, fresh out college, made a couple of docs about his own oligarchic class — his family and friends, even Ivanka Trump is in there — and that's very unusual. This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit yasha.substack.com/subscribe

My African Clichés / Éphéméride
Le complexe de Fachoda vous guette-t-il encore en 2022?

My African Clichés / Éphéméride

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 8:33


Bonjour les amis, me revoila de retour, enfin après plus de 5 mois d'absence forcée due non pas une panne d'inspiration, ou de notre sankofa, mais à des raisons plus prosaïques, simplement professionnelles. Un déménagement qui m'a empêché d'enregistrer depuis des mois. On a perdu des auditeurs parfois fidèles en route, mais d'autres nous ont rejoint ! bienvenue à elles, et eux. Mais alors on m'a demandé, ou je suis allé, on m'a demandé, il n'y a pas internet chez toi ? etc… J'ai répondu, je suis à Fachoda, Fachoda, n'est aujourd'hui qu'un bourg perdu dans la République du Soudan du Sud, au bord du Nil. L'endroit tient pourtant une place importante dans l'imaginaire colonial, voire postcolonial, au point d'avoir donné́ son nom à un « complexe » français par rapport aux Anglais, sinon aux Anglo-Saxons.  Le complexe de Fachoda

Heroes of the Faith: with J.John and Killy
Heroes of the Faith: Bede

Heroes of the Faith: with J.John and Killy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 8:37


Although Bede, the great Anglo-Saxon monk, scholar and historian, spent all his life in north-east England, his influence spread across Europe and gained him the title the ‘Venerable Bede'.Bede was born in 673 in what is now Tyne and Wear in north-east England. At the age of seven he was sent to the monastery of Wearmouth-Jarrow, that he would ultimately become a monk. There, the Anglo-Saxon-speaking Bede learned Latin and Greek. In fact, he was to spend all his life at the monastery, which although isolated, was an outstanding centre of learning with a priceless library of over 200 books. There he became a deacon at the unusually early age of nineteen, a priest at thirty and, over the years, an increasingly renowned scholar and teacher.

Anglo-Saxon England
Bonus Sample: Anglo-Saxon Christianity (Part 2)

Anglo-Saxon England

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 6:44


This week, I conclude my look at the form of Christianity that came to be practiced in England across the Anglo-Saxon period. In this episode I look at beliefs about death, the afterlife, and the end of the world. https://www.patreon.com/posts/anglo-saxon-part-74741793?utm_medium=clipboard_copy&utm_source=copyLink&utm_campaign=postshare_creator Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Catholic Saints & Feasts
November 16: Saint Margaret of Scotland

Catholic Saints & Feasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 5:00


November 16: Saint Margaret of Scotlandc. 1045–1093Optional Memorial; Liturgical Color: WhitePatron Saint of Scotland, large families, and parents who have lost childrenA foreign-born royal becomes queen and inspires by her refinement and devotionIn the early eleventh century, a Danish Viking named Canute reigned as King of England. Canute exiled his potential rivals from an Anglo-Saxon royal family. One of these exiles, Edward, made his way to Hungary, married, and had a daughter named Margaret who grew up in a well-educated, royal, Catholic home. Margaret's father eventually returned to England at the request of the king, his uncle Saint Edward the Confessor, and he brought his family with him, including Margaret. But Edward died shortly after coming home, leaving Margaret fatherless, and then Edward the Confessor died without an heir. War broke out. In 1066 at the Battle of Hastings, the Anglo-Saxon English lost to the Norman French. Margaret and her siblings were displaced to Scotland, far away from French efforts to eradicate Anglo-Saxon royals who had claims to the English throne. Thus was the circuitous route by which a woman of English blood who grew up in Hungary is commemorated today as Saint Margaret of Scotland.Saint Margaret was known to her contemporaries as an educated, refined, and pious woman. She married a Scottish King named Malcolm who was far more rustic than herself. He could not even read. The earliest Life of Margaret, written by a monk who personally knew her, states that Malcolm depended on his wife's sage advice and admired her prayerfulness. According to Margaret's biographer, Malcolm saw “that Christ truly dwelt in her heart...What she rejected, he rejected...what she loved, he, for love of her, loved too.” Malcolm embellished Margaret's devotional books with gold and silver. One of these books, a selection of Gospel passages with illuminated miniatures of the four Evangelists, is preserved in an English museum. King Malcolm and Queen Margaret, along with their six sons and two daughters, truly created a domestic church centered on Christ. One son, David, became a national hero as King of Scotland and is popularly referred to as a saint.Margaret's presence infused the unsophisticated, rural, Scottish court with culture. She brought her more Roman experiences of Church life with her to Scotland, and so pulled the Scottish Church into conformity with Roman and continental practice regarding the dating and observance of Lent and Easter. She encouraged the faithful to more fully observe Sunday by not working and, like so many medieval royals, she was also a prolific foundress of monasteries, including one she intended to be the burial place for Scottish kings and queens. Margaret was known for her concern for the poor, for dedicating hours a day to prayer and to spiritual reading, and for her great skill in embroidering vestments and church linens.Saint Margaret died, not yet fifty years old, just a few days after she was informed that her husband and son were killed in battle. Margaret and Malcolm were buried together under the high altar of a monastery. Devotion to the holy queen began soon after her death, and she was canonized in 1250.Saint Margaret of Scotland, you were the model of a virtuous queen who cared for both the spiritual and material welfare of your people. Inspire all leaders to give personal witness to holiness so that, through their leadership role, they inspire their people to be more virtuous.

Gone Medieval
878 AD: A Key Anglo-Saxon Year

Gone Medieval

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 35:23


878 AD witnessed a pivotal moment in the history of England as an emerging, unified nation, with the defeat of the Vikings by Alfred the Great at the Battle of Edington. Now, a new immersive history experience is opening in Winchester, titled 878 AD.Winchester featured heavily in the world of Assassin's Creed Valhalla, and the experience draws heavily on imagery and assets from the game to create an engaging representation of the city at the time.In this episode of Gone Medieval, Dr. Cat Jarman is joined by Professor Ryan Lavelle, who acted as a historical consultant to the project, to find out more about the events and protagonists of 878 AD, and how they have been brought back to life in Winchester.This episode was edited by Thomas Ntinas and produced by Rob Weinberg.If you're enjoying this podcast and are looking for more fascinating Medieval content then subscribe to our Medieval Monday newsletter here.If you'd like to learn more, we have hundreds of history documentaries, ad free podcasts and audiobooks at History Hit. To download, go to Android or Apple storeIf you'd like to learn more, we have hundreds of history documentaries, ad free podcasts and audiobooks at History Hit.To download, go to Android or Apple store Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

War And Conquest
{13.5} Anglo Saxons vs The Great Heathen Army: Round One

War And Conquest

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 42:03


865-71 AD: The Sons of Ragnar land in East Anglia with the largest Viking army ever assembled with the intent to conquer all of the Anglo Saxon KingdomsSong: Heathen by Currents- Life Lost www.warandconquest.comwarandconquestpcast@gmail.comhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdUOD52RBg1BBm_zndE-DdAhttps://www.patreon.com/warandconquesthttps://www.facebook.com/warandconquestpcast https://www.instagram.com/warandconquestpcast/https://twitter.com/warandconquest1Venmo: @Warand Conquesthttps://www.twitch.tv/theproslayer7

The CyberWire
“Static expressway” tactics in credential harvesting. Emotet is back. Black Basta linked to Fin7. RomCom hits Ukrainian targets and warms up against the Anglo-Saxons. Cyber cooperation?

The CyberWire

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 32:39 Very Popular


Leveraging Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Voice for credential harvesting. Emotet is back. Black Basta ransomware linked to Fin7. A Russophone gang increases activity against Ukrainian targets. Betsy Carmelite from Booz Allen Hamilton on adversary-informed defense. Our guest is Tom Gorup of Alert Logic with a view on cybersecurity from a combat veteran. And Russia regrets that old US lack of cooperation in cyberspace–things would be so much better if the Anglo-Saxons didn't think cyberspace was the property of the East India Company. Or something like that. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/212 Selected reading. Abusing Microsoft Customer Voice to Send Phishing Links (Avanan)  Emotet botnet starts blasting malware again after 5 month break (BleepingComputer)  Black Basta Ransomware | Attacks Deploy Custom EDR Evasion Tools Tied to FIN7 Threat Actor (SentinelOne)  RomCom Threat Actor Abuses KeePass and SolarWinds to Target Ukraine and Potentially the United Kingdom (BlackBerry)  Russia cyber director warns no U.S. cooperation risks "mutual destruction" (Newsweek)

Anglo-Saxon England
Bonus Sample: Anglo-Saxon Christianity (Part 1)

Anglo-Saxon England

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 5:04


This week, I begin a two part wrap up of our look at the major themes of Old English literature by looking at the form of Christianity that came to be practiced in England across the Anglo-Saxon period. This and the next episode are actually recordings of two chapters from my PhD thesis which aimed to provide an overview of the theology and practices of the Church in late tenth-century England, so it is specifically focused on that period, but places its insights into a larger context of the sources for these beliefs and practices. https://www.patreon.com/posts/anglo-saxon-part-74136473?utm_medium=clipboard_copy&utm_source=copyLink&utm_campaign=postshare_creator Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Today's Catholic Mass Readings
Today's Catholic Mass Readings Tuesday, November 1, 2022

Today's Catholic Mass Readings

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 Transcription Available


Full Text of ReadingsSolemnity of All Saints Lectionary: 667All podcast readings are produced by the USCCB and are from the Catholic Lectionary, based on the New American Bible and approved for use in the United States _______________________________________The Saint of the day is Solemnity of All Saintsof the Solemnity of All Saints The earliest certain observance of a feast in honor of all the saints is an early fourth-century commemoration of “all the martyrs.” In the early seventh century, after successive waves of invaders plundered the catacombs, Pope Boniface IV gathered up some 28 wagon-loads of bones and reinterred them beneath the Pantheon, a Roman temple dedicated to all the gods. The pope rededicated the shrine as a Christian church. According to Venerable Bede, the pope intended “that the memory of all the saints might in the future be honored in the place which had formerly been dedicated to the worship not of gods but of demons” (On the Calculation of Time). But the rededication of the Pantheon, like the earlier commemoration of all the martyrs, occurred in May. Many Eastern Churches still honor all the saints in the spring, either during the Easter season or immediately after Pentecost. How the Western Church came to celebrate this feast, now recognized as a solemnity, in November is a puzzle to historians. The Anglo-Saxon theologian Alcuin observed the feast on November 1 in 800, as did his friend Arno, Bishop of Salzburg. Rome finally adopted that date in the ninth century. Reflection This feast first honored martyrs. Later, when Christians were free to worship according to their consciences, the Church acknowledged other paths to sanctity. In the early centuries the only criterion was popular acclaim, even when the bishop's approval became the final step in placing a commemoration on the calendar. The first papal canonization occurred in 993; the lengthy process now required to prove extraordinary sanctity took form in the last 500 years. Today's feast honors the obscure as well as the famous—the saints each of us have known. Enjoy this meditation on the Feast of All Saints! Saint of the Day, Copyright Franciscan Media

Arts & Ideas
New Thinking: Beowulf

Arts & Ideas

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 30:49


Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough takes a look at the latest research shaping our understanding of the great Anglo-Saxon poem, Beowulf. She'll be finding out about the insights that digital approaches are bringing to the tale of gold-hoarding dragons, sword-wielding heroes and murderous fenland beasties. We discover what video games and grammar have to tell us about Old English literature. Andrew Burn Andrew Burn is Professor of English, Media and Drama at University College London's Institute of Education. He is director of ReMap a research centre that focuses on media arts, creative practice and play and games. He has published work on many aspects of the media, including young people's production of digital animation, film and computer games. Details about his work on Beowulf can be found at: https://gtr.ukri.org/projects?ref=AH%2FM010201%2F1. Further information about his research can be found at: https://iris.ucl.ac.uk/iris/browse/profile?upi=ANBUR40 and www.andrewburn.org. Roxanne Taylor is a research student at the University of Manchester where she is completing her PhD. She is working on an Arts and Humanities Research Council funded project on argument structure and genitive modification in Old English noun phrases. Details about her work can be found here: https://gtr.ukri.org/projects?ref=studentship-2297524#/tabOverview Beowulf Remixed is on Radio 3 on Sunday 30th October and is available on BBC Sounds for the following 28 days. This podcast was made in partnership with the Arts and Humanities Research Council, part of UKRI. Producer: Ruth Watts

Know the Truth
Everything You Will Ever Want - Part 3A

Know the Truth

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 25:00


Worship. It's a word with Anglo-Saxon origins meaning “worth-ship”. And sometimes, even as Christians, we put too much worth or value on the wrong things. On this episode of Know The Truth, Philip De Courcy points to the Scriptures to remind us that only Christ is “worth it”, and why He's truly everything you will ever want.

Snoozecast: Stories for Sleep
Arthur Drives the Saxons from his Realm | King Arthur

Snoozecast: Stories for Sleep

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 34:31 Very Popular


Tonight, we'll read another story from our King Arthur series. This one, “Arthur Drives the Saxons from His Realm” comes from a book edited by Rupert S. Holland and published in 1919. The Saxons were a group of Germanic peoples whose name was given in the early Middle Ages to a large former country in what is now Germany. In the late Roman Empire, the name was used to refer to Germanic coastal raiders, and as a name similar to the later "Viking". In contrast, the British "Saxons", today referred to in English as Anglo-Saxons, became a single nation bringing together migrant Germanic peoples and assimilated Celtic Britons populations. The term "Anglo-Saxon", combining the names of the Angles and the Saxons, came into use by the eighth century to distinguish the Germanic inhabitants of Britain from continental Saxons. — read by V — Support us: Listen ad-free on Patreon Get Snoozecast merch like cozy sweatshirts and accessories Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

A Life In Ruins
PROMO - Sutton Hoo "Ghost Ship" and The Dig - The Archaeology Show 111

A Life In Ruins

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 63:06


The Archaeology Podcast Network is taking a bit of a break for October, 2022. In the mean time, we're introducing you to some of the other fantastic shows that we produce. Here's an episode from The Archaeology Show about Sutton Hoo and the Netflix film, “The Dig”. With the recent release of The Dig, a Netflix film focused on the excavation of the incredible Anglo-Saxon burial ship at Sutton Hoo, we decided it was the perfect opportunity to take a closer look at this site! Sutton Hoo is extremely important and interesting for many reasons and we dive into those as well as review the movie. Did we like it? Join us and find out! We had so much to talk about that we couldn't fit it all into the episode. Become an APN member to get access to the rest of the conversation! Links UK National Trust - Sutton Hoo The British Museum Edith Pretty Mercie Lack and Barbara Wagstaff The Dig Trailer Sutton Hoo burials: reconstructing the sequence of events Current Archaeology Sutton Hoo Roadster Adventures ArchPodNet APN Website: https://www.archpodnet.com APN on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/archpodnet APN on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/archpodnet APN on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/archpodnet Tee Public Store Affiliates Wildnote TeePublic Timeular Motion

Quirks and Quarks Complete Show from CBC Radio
Nobel for quantum entanglement, mystery of the missing bear toes, the dinosaurs' last tsunami, the genetics of the Anglo-Saxon takeover of England and activists work to “Support our Science'

Quirks and Quarks Complete Show from CBC Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 54:11


Nobel Prize for quantum entanglement; The mystery of the missing bear toes; Painting a picture of the Chicxulub tsunami; Ancient DNA and the roots of Anglo-Saxon England; The “Support our Science” movement pushes to boost funding for young scientists.

Red Pill Revolution
World War III | Putin's Threatens to Nuke ”Satanic” US & Trump Sues CNN

Red Pill Revolution

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 91:58


In this week's episode, we discuss the recent terrifying remarks by Russian President Vladamir Putin regarding Nukes, the US being into satanism and child castrations (not wrong), and the recent annexation of several Ukraine territories. We also discuss Donald Trump Suing CNN for 475 million dollars in a defamation lawsuit. In addition to that, we look into a new SCOTUS case that could eliminate the censorship of Big Tech social media platforms. Lastly, we discuss the recent remarks by Kamala Harris saying that funds for relief from Hurricane Ian will be allocated based on skin color and not a necessity.   Subscribe and leave a 5-star review! ----more---- Our website https://redpillrevolution.co/    Protect your family and support the Red Pill Revolution Podcast with Affordable Life Insurance. This is attached to my license and not a third-party ad!   Go to https://agents.ethoslife.com/invite/3504a now!   Currently available in AZ, MI, MO, LA, NC, OH, IN, TN, WV Email austin@redpillrevolution.co if you would like to sign up in a different state   Leave a donation, sign up for our weekly podcast companion newsletter, and follow along with all things Red Pill Revolution by going to our website: https://redpillrevolution.co    ----more----   Full Transcription    Welcome to the Revolution. Hello and welcome to Red Pill Revolution. My name is Austin Adams, and thank you so much for listening. I appreciate it very much. All right, we're gonna jump into it today. We have some pretty wild stories right out the gate, so Putin just accused the west. Insinuating NATO in the United States, obviously of satanism and announces annexations in a terrifying speech. We're also going to discuss that Trump is now suing CNN in what is a $475 million lawsuit for defamation. We are also going to discuss the Supreme Court potentially looking to strike. Down a challenge, well not striking down, but potentially striking down censorship as a challenge to big tax section two 30 liability protections, which is a very interesting case for them to take on, especially with how on fire. Our Supreme Court has been recently, and then we're also gonna discuss  PIR Putin, um, being called out by Pope Francis. Um, calling them out and asking them to end the Ukraine War. Call it, it's all done. The Pope has spoken , especially interesting timing based on the fact that he called them Satanists. Uh, so we will discuss that. A couple other things, but those are the major ones. Again, thank you so much for listening. I need you to do a couple things real. If you listen already, you know what I'm gonna say? I need you to hit that subscribe button if you did it already. I appreciate you. If you've done it before, I appreciate you. If you're about to do it now, which I know you're about to, I can see it. I can feel it in my soul. Your finger is just buzzing and you're about to just. Scroll right on over tap that little phone that you tap millions of times a day. Only this one will have meaning. It'll mean something to me. It'll mean something to you because we will further our relationship today at this very moment as you tap that button, and I know you're just about to tap it right now. Oh my gosh. Thank you. And if you didn't, Shame on you, but not shame on you cuz you're gonna do it anyways right now. Okay, I'm done. Five star review. If you are on Apple Podcast or Spotify, uh, go ahead and subscribe to our YouTube and join the subst red pill revolution.subst.com or you can head over to Red Pill revolution dot c. oh.com is for losers. You know the drill. Head over to the website and sign up directly there. You're gonna get all the articles, all of the, uh, conversations, all the YouTube clips, all of the social media, all of the, the whole deal. Go ahead and sign up for the subst. It's free. It doesn't cost you anything. Just go ahead and sign up. All right, That's what I got. All right, let's go ahead and jump into it. So without further ado, Episode number, I guess I've been saying the wrong episode for about four episodes. . I looked at Apple Podcast and apparently this is episode number 46, so excuse my last few numbers. I was wrong. Apparently I'm not very good at math. But anyways, welcome to episode number 46 of the Red Pill Revolution Podcast. Welcome to Red Pill Revolution. My name is Austin Adams. Red Pill Revolution started out with me, realizing everything that I knew, everything that I believed, everything I interpreted about my life is through the lens of the information I was spoon fed as a. Religion, politics, history, conspiracies, Hollywood medicine, money, food, all of it. Everything we know was tactfully written to influence your decisions and your view on reality by those in power Now, I'm on a mission, a mission to retrain and reeducate myself to find the true reality of what is behind that curtain, and I'm taking your ass with me. Welcome to the revolution. All right, let's go ahead and jump into it. Vladimir Putin accuses the west of satanism and announces his annexations in a terrifying speech. This is wild. Okay, . It says, Minutes after this speech concluded, Ukraine announced it would formally submit an application to join na. Let's go ahead and read this article. This article is coming from vice.com, so you know it must be 100% completely non-bias and accurate.  says, Russian President Vladimir Putin delivered a speech at the Kremlin today where he announced the annexation of portions of Ukraine, uh, Dansk, Harrison, Zia and Sk. In a speech he accused the west of being Satanist and said that Russia wants to lead an anticolonial movement to smash the west. He then formally announced the annexation of territory that Russia invaded and took by force. After the speech was over, the associated press recorded reported that Ukraine had officially applied for membership na. US President Biden called on the annexation, uh, as a little legitimate promised to continue to support Ukraine and announced his new sanctions on Russia. It's. If you have not been following this, Vladimir Putin literally has been threatening nuclear war against the West for the past two to three weeks now, and nobody seems to be taking this seriously at all. It's. So puzzling to me. We, it's been since the Cold War of the eighties, you know, 40 years almost since we've had any threat of nuclear war against the United States of America, and nobody's taken it seriously. You go look at all of the articles, even the articles on Vice with, when I'm reading right now, everything about it says like, you know, Vladimir Putin's television stations keep. Threatening everybody with nukes and nobody like it's, it's some really a circus show is the name of this. Um, Why Russia's State TV keeps threatening to nuke everything. Now, to be fair, that was from five 10 of 22. So a fair amount of months between now and then. But if he was threatening that four months ago, why are we not concerned about that today? Right. You, you listen to the, um, White House Press Secretary, you listen to Joe Biden himself, you listen to, uh, the weird little scrawny, uh, Halloween, um, Nightmare on Halloween Town, or Nightmare on Halloween looking guy. Uh, I forget his name, but he, he's like the, um, I'll have to look up who he is, but he said something basically along our, We are, you know, the only, the only conversation that's going on about this right now is that they're going to continue supporting Ukraine. They're going, we're gonna nu you if you keep throwing them weapons that are causing destruction against our country and our government is going, ha, do. That's all they're saying. They're not trying to deescalate tensions. They're not trying to do anything at all to save the lives of my family and yours. They're specifically just taunting them, saying, No, you won't. Uh, I don't know if you guys forgot this, but it literally just takes one erratic president or leader of a country to just tap a button and it's all over. It's all over. Look at Hiroshima. Look at the Nagasaki. Look at all of the, the damage that happened as a result of what we in the United States did to another country. Obliterated, literally black smoldering shadows on the ground. If you've ever seen those pictures, they're spine showing. There's like these shadows of children shown in pictures. Uh, basically as soon as Hira Shima hit, they just were obliterated and all that was left was their ash just scorched into the. And meanwhile, while we're getting. , all of these verbal threats for nuclear war, nobody publicly at least, is seeming to take this seriously at all. Now, this is even more interesting because I, I guess within the last two, you know, day or so, let me go ahead and pull this, uh, screenshot that I had up from my. Um, which is makes us even more concerning. This was from today. Um, it says NATO issues. An alert to member nations after Russian submarine carrying doomsday weapons has gone missing from Arctic base. You heard that right? NATO issues an alert to member nations after Russian submarine carrying doomsday weapons, meaning nukes goes missing from Arctic. Now this article, which is, uh, a post from Real News, No Bullshit. One of my favorite places to get my news from NATO has warned members of that, a highly sophisticated Russian nuclear powered submarine able to carry doomsday weapons is no longer operating out of its base in the Arctic, raising speculation that Russia could have moved the vessel near Ukraine or to an undisclosed area for a. Native officials say that Russia, um, the Russian submarine is no longer operating out of its white C base where has been active since July. They add that Russia may have been planning a test called, uh, to test a Poseidon weapon system, which is a drone capable of carrying a nuclear bomb. The Poseidon system can be deployed from the submarine and detonated at a depth of a half mile. Russian state media has claimed the weapon system can create a 1600 foot wave that has been dubbed a radioactive tsunami. Oh my God, I haven't read this article yet. Why is nobody talking about this? Literally, go scroll the damn news right now. And nobody's talking about the fact that Russians submarined, which they have threatened to cause a nuclear tsunami with from underneath the water, against their enemies is missing. Nobody's talking about this. Not a single conversation that I've heard besides real news. No bullshit. It's not on Vice, it's not on the hill, it's not on Fox, it's not on cnn. It's nowhere. They want to keep all of this conversation to a minimum, which tells you that they don't think they're bluffing. If they thought they were bluffing, they would not be screaming from the mountaintops the way that they are. They wouldn't be minimizing this stuff on the social media channels. Right? I mean, screaming from the mountaintops about how they're not gonna do anything right to the general public. They're not, They're obviously not saying that to the soldiers. They're not saying that to the military. They're saying that to you and I because they want to make you naive to what's really going on here, and this is horr. Strategic intelligence expert Rebecca Koffler reacted to the news saying that while Russia has had major setbacks in Ukraine, the world should not underestimate Russian's submarine and nuclear capabilities. She added that they have. There have been times when Russia nuclear powered attack submarines, armed with long-range cruise missiles, Unde run undetected for weeks close to US shores Who man, This, I don't know. I, This is the closest that we've ever been to nuclear war in at least four decades, and they're downplaying the hell out of it. Nobody, nobody on mainstream media is talking about these things, and that one right there is terrifying. Terrifying. So let's go back to this Here we're sa we're, we're Putin's calling us or calling our government Satanists. And if you know the history of, you know, this podcast and you've listened to a fair amount of the episodes that we've discussed these things, that's not too far off. It's really not. When you look at the Bohemian and Grove situation, you look at the, you know, the, the references to Malo in Hillary Clinton's emails. You look at all of these things that show that the, you know, elitist of our country, the, the, you know, the illuminati illuminati symbolism that is used, you know, and if you go wa actually look at these things cuz I, you know, don't, don't take my word for it, but actually go look into it because it's pretty wild. Once you see that, the, see the, the, the way they shake hands and the, the specific. Photos that they have where they're like looking through the eye of hos and like all of these really interesting sim like symbols that are used to, to kind of speak this language that you and I aren't privy to. That has been associated with our politics. Right. And, and then that gets really deep. You can go back to, you know, some of the other podcasts that we've talked about that, but it's a real thing. Okay. Um, go do your own research on it, and I'm sure I will do an episode on and again in the future, and this almost sparks my interest again because, uh, Yeah, he, he's not too far off all. It says that Putin speech on the annexation of the territories is the accumulation of. Um, with that began in 2014 when Kremlin back forces sees CME in pieces of Eastern Ukraine. I want the key authorities and their real masters in the West to hear me so that they remember this. People living in Luhansk and Didos, Kirson and zilla are becoming our citizens forever. Putin set. He also went on to say that we called the Kiev regime to immediately end hostilities and the war that they unleashed back in 2014 and returned to the negotiating table. We are ready for this, but we will not discuss the choice of the people in Dans, Lou, Sk, Zappia, and Kirson that has been made. Russia will not betray them. In the 2005 speech, Putin told the world that the collapse of the Soviet Union was the greatest geopolitical catastrophe of the century. It was a theme he returned to was in speech announcing the annexation of the territory seas from Ukraine as once before. After the revolution, the borders of the union republics were carved up from behind the scenes. He said, so that the last leaders of the Soviet Union, contrary to the direct expression of the will of the majority of the people in the referendum of 1991, destroyed our great nation confronting the people with a fate. Not sure what that means. I admit that they do did not fully understand what they were doing and what consequences this would inevitably lead to in the end. But this is no longer important. There is no Soviet Union. The past cannot be brought back, and Russia today does not need it anymore. We are not striving for this. Putin speech was ossibly about the annexation of the territory into Russia, but he kept returning to the. Yeah, because the war is not against Ukraine, it's against NATO and the us. We know that we've, every speech he's ever given indicates that this is a proxy war with Ukraine against NATO in the United States. It's not about Ukraine. Ukraine is just the, the, is just the arm of the NATO and UN that's being, you know, funded to fight this war because they don't want a world. It goes on to say that he blamed Anglo Saxons for the destruction of the Nord Stream one and two pipelines without blaming a specific country. Sanctions were not enough for the Anglo Saxons. They moved on to sabotage, he said during the Reuter's translation, and it's hard to believe that. But it is a fact that they organized the blast of the Nord Stream International Gas pipelines, which run aro across, which run along the bottom of the Baltic Sea. In fact, they began to destroy the pan European energy infrastructure. It is clear to everyone who benefits from this. Of course, he who benefits did it Putin said Putin also made a. Veiled joke about how sex change operations during his speech, according to Financial Times, Moscow bureau Chief Max Setin, he accused the west of outright satanism. Putin said that he wants to lead an anticolonial movement. So he basically, when in a don't actually. Um, call him out for, you know, they don't, they don't quote him on that, but he called, he said that they were doing gender surgeries on children, which is absolutely accurate. Nothing he is saying here. Is that wild? Yes. There are people within high political positions in celebrities who practice satanism. Yes. We, as the western culture in society and leader of western culture are doing gender reassignment, surger. Basically castrating our children in the name of Wilm. Nothing is wrong here. There is not any mixing of words. He's not saying anything that's off at all, which is even more terrifying when you know he's about to nu us for it. So he said the speech included one reference to nuclear weapons. Typical for Putin's recent public statements. Oh, typical Putin threatening us with nukes. Ha ha. Vice news. This like, what? How. Typical. Oh, typical. Like down, literally that word. Typical just downplays the idea of a nuclear attack on your families. Murdering all of us over their, his belief of their, you know, satanic and child re gendering surgeries and more so obviously the fight that's happening in Ukraine. So he's just calling us out for our culture while simultaneously, obviously the war's over Ukraine and nato. Right. If you don't know the backstory, let's just touch on it. Putin didn't want Ukraine becoming a part of NATO because then NATO has the ability to attack the Russia from a very, very, very, very, very close proximity. Just in the same way that if Mexico was taken over by Russia and now there's nukes on our border, and at anytime they could press a single button and then the split second. We're all dead, right? Just gives access to, to begin to encroach on our territory, which is what Ukraine was, which only became a thing in 2014 after Obama administration basically overthrew the government in a coup. Okay, There's your backstory. That's what this is about, Goes on to say. During several speeches in February after the invasion, he made direct nuclear threats and put Russia's nuclear forces on high alert and the speech announcing the partial mobilization of the Russian people. On September 21st, Putin accused NATO of using nuclear blackmail and said he would not hesitate to use his own nus to those who allow themselves to make such statements about Russia. Would like to remind you that our country also has various means of destruction, and for some components more modern than those of NATO c. He said in September, And if the territorial integrity of our country is threatened, we will certainly use all means at our disposal to protect Russia and our people. This is not a bluff. That's the words of the president of the country, that our country is currently in a proxy war with. It says with the referendum, Putin has expanded the territory, which he has threatened to protect with nuclear weapons. Used the threat of nuclear war to do it, but he, It was quick in the speech today to point to America, the US is the only country in history who has ever used nuclear weapons. True. Creating a precedent, by the way, he said the speech ended with Putin in four Moscow. Back. Leaders of the territory, Russia forcibly seized, holding hands, en chanting. Russia, Russia. Minutes after the speech concluded, Ukrainian. Solensky released a video where he announced Ukraine would be applying for membership to nato further poking the bear, further poking the bear, right? If you don't think that's a, you know, uh, a response to show that, you know, this is getting so, like, this is pretty scary stuff, guys. Like, if you haven't been paying attention to this, attention to this, if you have not been concerned about. You really probably didn't need to, but this is getting, I mean, I'm this, it's hard to even try to wrap your head around and be concerned. We are in a, we are in a cold war with Russia now. Today, right now, these words that are happening is exactly what was happening during the Cold War. They have their fingers over the button saying you won't do it, and if you do do it, I'll do it. That's exa. We are in a Cold War with Russia, the United States, while also, which wasn't a part of what was going on before in a proxy war with them already terrifying. So on the backs of Putin calling the West Satanist, let's go ahead and talk about how Pope Francis calls on Russian. Russian. Pope Francis calls on Russian president Vladimir Putin to end the war in Ukraine. Pope Francis has called on him to stop the war adding that he is haunted by rivers of blood and tears. In the statement. Pope Francis said, My appeal goes above all the presidents. Of the Russian Federation begging for him to stop this spiral of violence and death, even out of love for his own people. I strongly deplore the grave situation that he has created in the last few days with more actions that are contrary to the principles of international law on the other side, pained by the err, enormous suffering of the Ukrainian people following the aggression that suffered. I addressed an equally hopeful appeal to the president of Ukraine to be open to a serious peace proposal. . Pope Francis also condemned the annexation of the four regions saying that it is risk, serious escalation of a nuclear war. You know the guy who allegedly is the closest direction, you know, the closest conversation to God. is telling us, yeah, we're pretty close to war. You know, according to the Catholic religion, it says that the the pops call to end the wars the first time. He has directed his message to PIR Putin. Earlier this year, he spoke to the Russian holy figure patriarch. Cur. Interesting. So this is getting wild where even, you know, at a point now where it's being, you know, Satanist verse, you know, whatever the general religion of Russia is, I assume it's some form of Christianity, the um, which is kind of stupid that I don't know that what is, I would assume it is, right? Maybe I'm just dumb. So let's look at that. Cause if you're curious, I would assume, right? It says that, Yeah, I'm right. Not as dumb as I thought. Religion in Russia is diverse with Christianity, especially rough Russian orthodoxy. I know that when you get to like the, um, there's a lot of like Muslim faith when it comes to different regions surrounding there. Um, like, uh, let's see. Looks like that's, that's the primary religion. Um, Russian, Orthodox Muslim is 10 to 15%. So Christianity, Uh, yeah. Christian, Christian, Orthodox, Christianity, Islam, 15%. Muslim, 11%. Yeah. Interesting. Okay, let's move on. So that's where we're at with that. Quite terrifying. And on the backs of that, let's go back to our country. Where it says that Donald Trump is suing CNN for $475 million for defamation. Yeah, heard that right? Almost a half a billion dollars where Trump is suing CNN for defamation. This could put the nail in the coffin for CNN after, you know, how CNN Plus went. Uh, but let's go ahead and read this article. This is coming from the Hill and it says, Former President Trump has sued CNN in federal court in Florida. For defamation in the lawsuit filed Monday, Trump's attorneys claim that CNN has sought to use its massive influence, purportedly as a trusted news source to defam the plaintiff in the minds of its viewers and read readers for the purpose of defeating him politically culminating in cnn, claiming credit for getting Trump out of office in the 2020 presidential election, which was actually caught on tape by Project Veritas in one of their sneaky little, um, bumble slash uh, you. Dating app escapades is what I bet you that's, I don't know how they do it at project fair test, but I bet you that's it. Um, it's all just like, you know, catfishing a bunch of, you know, sad political opponents. It goes on to say that the former president is seeking out 475 million I punitive damages. According to the lawsuit, Trump announced his intent to sue the network earlier this summer saying in a statement. He would also be commencing actions against other media outlets who have defamed him and defrauded the public regarding the overwhelming evidence of fraud throughout the 2020 election. The former president's attorney alleged that in the filing of CNN has undertaken a smear campaign to malign the plaintiff with a barrage of negative associations, innuendos, broadcasting commentary that he is like a cult leader, A Russian lacky, a dog whistler to white supremacist, and a racist sounds a lot like defamation to me. It also cited anchors, personalities, imp pundants from CNN using the term big Lie, to refer to Trump's repeated false statements about the 2020 repeated false statements about the 2020 election and voter fraud as evidence of the outlet attempting to associate him with a Adolph Hitler. In the order to approve defamation, public officials and other public figures must prove journalists acted with actual malice or reckless disregard for the truth in your reporting. Yeah. This should be an easy one, a high legal bar to clear, given the First Amendment protections granted to the free press under the Constitution. The New York Times, for example, has not lost a defamation case in more than 50 years. Yeah, but they're not going up against the former p. And multi billionaire. CNN is a fraudulent foil of Trump. This says, or is a frequent foil of Trump, his followers and allies, as well as conservatives, more general. In 2020, the network suddenly 275 million lawsuit brought by a high school student in Kentucky who was at the center of a viral video controversy indicating lightning. Rob for critics on the mainstream media, you know, going back to, I'm pretty sure what they're discussing is the kid who was in, um, you know, get getting yelled at by some. What he, you know, some Native American tribes people, while he was like banging on a drum, but really they like changed it to make him look bad when the actual evidence showed contrary that it was the, the Native American guy who was being a jerk. If I recall correctly, it goes on to say that the latest lawsuit of from the former president comes amid big changes at cnn, which was recently sold to Media Conglomerate Discovery. Hmm. CNN's new president, Chris Licked. Is that his name licked, liked licked. I'm gonna go with Licked cuz that sounds Sillier has made several changes to the network's programming in personnel scrapping its Sunday show, focused on media affairs and telling staff the network. He would like to see a renewed commitment to journalism over punditry and speculation. Looked reported. Reportedly told network anchors in a meeting earlier this year that this, they should reign in the use of the phrase the big lie while referring to Trump's election crimes, worrying that it was too partisan. Yeah, think the network declined a comment on Trump's lawsuit Monday. Wow. $475 million that Donald Trump is going after them for. That would be wild. And what a string of events to start off the ownership by discovery. Um, but good, good. This should absolutely happen if you're in the press and you are intentionally defrauding and using lies and defaming a president of the sitting, president of the United. The entire time with just literally just made up bullshit. Almost everything that they said about him was a lie. The Russiagate lie. Everything about Russia that you've ever heard related to Trump was a lie. Every part of it. Every part of it. The 2020 election, having some merit to the idea that there was stolen ballots and election fraud is true, true. You go back and look at the, you know, 2000, or was it, uh, however many, I think it was 2000 mules or something like that. 2000 people is all it took to steal that election. Right. If you understand how the election actually works, it doesn't take millions of millions of votes. Right? And if you just look at President Biden right now, and you think that's the man, that's the man who got more votes than any president in history. That's the. Not Barack Obama, the statesmen, the, you know, well, uh, you know, established man who can actually formulate a sentence properly. Not that one, not Donald Trump. The, you know, political personality of the century.  wild and, you know, aggressive and sometimes abrasive to all the right people. Uh, go back to Rosie Donald Um, not. But President Biden, the one who's, you know, falls asleep, can't finish a sentence. Um, and, you know, likes to sniff children's heads in public alongside being, being written down in his child's diary as taking inappropriate showers with her through her younger, older ages. By the way, we talked about it last time I was drinking Basil Hayden. This time I'm drinking a San Pellegrin. Makes me feel fancy. Um, participating in sober October, not because I'm a drunk or because I like doing drugs. Um, just mostly because I think it's an interesting, uh, mostly because it's an interesting, um, it's just like personal growth, right? I, I think it's just putting attention on something and just, you know, showing yourself that you can do it. If I wanted to not have a whiskey once a week, twice a week, Maybe three times a week when I'm feeling frisky. Um, doesn't bother me at all. Doesn't bother me one bit. Don't care. And, uh, sometimes it's good to reset the old clock and, uh, you. Kind of nice getting back to, uh, you know, one thing that I will announce is that I am actually currently actively writing a book, um, that I think will be really interesting and I'm excited to share more news about as time goes on and I start to get further into it. Uh, but I think it's a really important book. Um, I think it's gonna be a really powerful book. That a lot of people are thirsty for and they really don't even know it yet. It kind of brings all together a lot of the topics that we're talking about from the perspective of the next generation, um, children and, uh, where our culture's going. If we don't look to correct these things aggressively, That are going on. Um, so keep an ear out for that. I'm really excited for that. I have, uh, kind of my chapters laid out. I have a few of the chapters written and started. Um, but what I'm gonna start doing is bringing on some more guests to the podcast who are actually gonna be contributing to my research on this, each individual topic that I'm discussing here. So you'll start to see it kind of play out in front of you and then, Um, I'd be really interested to see how many of you are actually interested in, uh, purchasing. I think it'll be a really great book. I think it'll be really powerful. Like I said, I, I know that I, um, it's something that I'm really thirsty to research and really thirsty, um, or really excited more so to talk about these things and make an impact in the lives of, you know, parents, children, our culture in general. And, uh, yeah. Keep an air out for that. Really excited to, to get into that. Um, gotten into a really good groove and instead of doing like, you know, all the other, you know, big podcaster people doing sober October are doing the big, uh, you know, workout challenges and, you know, 500 calories a day with Joe Rogan and, and those guys. Um, What I'm doing is I'm writing every day. I'm waking up at 5, 5 30 in the morning as I, you know, regretfully am recording this podcast at 1130 at night . So, uh, do me a favor and keep an ear out for that. I'm really, really excited to, um, to really dive into that on top of everything else that I'm doing. So, um, yeah. Oh, and on the backs of. Let's talk about it real quick. Go ahead over to Red Pill revolution.co. Sign up for the subs stack. Um, you'll get an email with everything. All the links are the articles, everything that we discuss here today directly to your inbox, along with the full video podcast, all of it. So go sign up for that if you didn't already. If you are there already, I appreciate ya. 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Leave a five star review for me and maybe next week I will read your. And call you out here. So, um, love you guys. I appreciate you honestly. So let's move on to our next topic here, which is going to be the Supreme Court to hear a challenge to big text section two 30 liability protections, which entails on the backs of that censorship. Okay, so the Supreme Court is going to hear a challenge to section two 30, which is the law that allows them to be, um, which allows them not to have possible repercussions for hosting. Content like terrorist content as the shows up here. But let's go ahead and discuss this and talk about how it comes back to real everyday censorship, like with stuff like you and me. So this says that the Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear two cases this term on whether social media companies can be held financially responsible for hosting terrorist content, the family of Nohemi. Gonzales, a 23 year old US citizen killed during a 2015 series of Islamic state terror attacks in Paris. Sued YouTube's parent company Google arguing the video sharing site. Not only provided a platform for videos comparing containing terrorist content, but also recommended the videos to users. The family alleges that the YouTube algorithms allowed hundreds of radicalizing videos and citing violence and recruiting potential supporters to be targeted to users of the platform. Section 2 0 3 of the DE Communications Decency Act. Access Companies like YouTube, Google, and Twitter are generally shielded from liability for information uploaded by their users. But the case Gonzales versus Google asks whether it should be applied to when tech companies make targeted recommendations. A judge dismissed the case and the family appealed to the Supreme Court. The second case the Supreme Court agreed to hear Twitter verse taina involves a 2017 death of Jordanian citizen during a ISIS affiliated attack on Istanbul. Alo Off's. Family sued social media giants, Twitter, Google, and Facebook. Arguing that the companies did not take enough action to control terrorist content on their sites, a lower court allowed the case to move forward. But Twitter argued that the earlier decision then properly expanded the scope of the Anti-Terrorism Act. In warrants review from the Supreme Court, both cases could have significant implications, uh, for online speech and the role of tech companies in controlling what users share through their platforms. Now, it sounds like that could have an effect potentially in the other way, right? If the recommendations of content are in some way curated or allowed to be targeted in the spec one specific way or another. Um, but. I do find it, uh, you know, the whole idea of section two 30 is giving them immunity from having, you know, target of, of being sued for the content that they host, right? Which could lead them potentially to not make targeted recommendations and to allow it to be a general algorithm, which would take away the censorship that is currently actively happening today. If you didn't know this, Donald Trump is not allowed on Twitter. You know who? Al-Qaeda, Al-Qaeda's on Twitter, ISIS on Twitter today. Still a thing still on there as we speak. They're able to be there. Now. That might change with everything that's going on here. Um, but it'll be really interesting to see because like I said, the Supreme Court is on fire doing the right thing. Lately, So it'll be interesting to see what they do with this. Um, I, for 1:00 AM so fed up with the censorship that is happening almost every turn. I've started to get a little bit of my platform back through Instagram. Um, but it's just been a unbelievably frustrating, difficult thing to navigate. And if censorship right away tomorrow. I would be the happiest boy in all of the land. and I would frolic through social media. I would skip and dance as all of my videos went viral, just like they did at the very beginning of me starting this before I got smacked in the face with the Instagram band. Hammer in censorship hammer, um, and shadow Band Hammer multiple, multiple, multiple times, which has stifled this unbelievably. But we grind on and we still grow. So, love you guys. Thank you for sharing this. That is one of the only ways that we can get the word out in the, this is just talking to people. Let 'em know about this podcast. Let 'em know that the, you know, just like r g 47 or whatever the number was, we're out here slinging the truth, right? We're sling in the truth. And the only way you can get it on it is by subscribing to the podcast, is by getting on our social media channels at Red Pill Revolt. And if you can't find that Red Pill Revolt, look for the one with two Ts. That's our backup. Um, but I post different content on there, so make sure that you, uh, you know, get to both of them. Um, but find us on truth Social. Join the subs, stack all of it. Go to the website. You can get to everything right from there. Red pill revolution.co. I spent hours on that website, so appreciate it. Get there. See my lovely face drinking whiskey, which I can't do for another 20 29, 20 28. That's a win 28 days and 23 minutes now. Um, I will be having a beautiful whiskey with all of you. Um, but anyways. Hopefully the censorship goes away. Um, it's been quite irritating to see, you know, and, and even crazier to see what our, uh, you know, what our politicians are able to say and what we're not allowed to say is just wild because, you know, there's literally never been any censorship towards the right things towards, you know, uh, Biden saying there's gonna be a winter of illness and death towards saying that the vaccine actually allows you to be immune from getting covid. To say that cloth masks work, all of this stuff that was actual misinformation or just as I like to call it, wrong, shit, none of that's been flagged. It's only flagged when you and I do it about the actual truth because it's not about censoring things that are wrong. It's about censoring things that threaten the agenda of the elites, that threaten the agenda of our politicians, that threaten the profitability of these corporations. That's what censorship's about. It's not about you and I posting a meme about Hunter Biden that is.  because they're probably all right to begin with. He's done some wild shit, but it's not about that. It's about stifling the conversations and stifling the spreading of real things that may cause dissent against the government's position. That's what it's about. All right. And to speak about how silly their position is, let's finish off with this video of Kamala Harris saying that she's going to allocate more funds to minority communities for hurricane I. Than she is to white communities. Let's listen to this because on this week's episode of Is It Racist, Kamala Harris says she's not going to save white people from Hurricane I. That might be a little bit of an exaggeration, , but basically that's what it sounds like. I just picture Kamala Harris on a boat going to save these people. Um, and then leaving all the white people on the island by themselves in Florida, which, you know, it is. Here we go. Our, um, lowest income communities and our communities of color that our most impacted by these extreme conditions and, and impacted by, by issues that are not of their own making. And so, , Absolutely. And women. And so we have to address this in a way that is about giving resources based on equity, understanding that we, we fight for equality, but we also need to fight for equity. Understanding. Not everyone starts out at the same place. And if we want people to be in an equal place, sometimes we have to take into account those disparities. Um, and, And do that work. Yeah. Clap for racism. Everybody clap for racism. Way to go. Kamala. Sometimes we want equality and sometimes we wanna leave white people on an island to die during a hurricane because they deserve it and they cause the hurricanes according to Kamala Harris. How wild of a statement could you imagine if they actually followed through on that? Like obviously she's just spewing bullshit to get those seven people in the audience clapping. But if they actually followed through on this and there was a boat going across Florida with a sign on it that says Blacks only. Why Latinos only boat, and then they just left all the white people to die and drowned in their homes because of the color of their skin, like they chose that color of skin when they were born. This is literally the definition of racism. How is it not? Tell me it's not. It's crazy. It's unbelievable that this racist woman can sit on a stage as the second most powerful person in the world. And spew garbage about how white people deserve to die in a hurricane, basically because they caused the hurricane as like, what? You know, we have to recognize that there's certain things given at birth and, you know, they, they are the outcome. You know, like what, what you literally just said, you're gonna let a certain race go unhelped because of the color of their skin. Imagine if that was reversed. Imagine if. Donald Trump, let's make it real insightful, said that, you know, we're gonna allocate funds specifically to white communities to help save them from the after effects of, of Hurricane Ian. You know, we're gonna, we're gonna save the, the whites and not the blacks because, you know, equity, equality, skin color, racism, everybody ever would've screamed at the top of their lungs on the streets. At every news station there was. It's so crazy. And that is what I have for you guys today. Thank you so much for listening. I hope if you're in Florida and you are white, I hope somebody comes to save you . Uh, and head over to the website, Red pill revolution.co. Um, I appreciate you guys so much. I hope you have a wonderful, wonderful day, morning, evening, whatever it is, and welcome to. The revolution. Thank you. Welcome to the Revolution. Hello and welcome to Red Pill Revolution. My name is Austin Adams, and thank you so much for listening. I appreciate it very much. All right, we're gonna jump into it today. We have some pretty wild stories right out the gate, so Putin just accused the west. Insinuating NATO in the United States, obviously of satanism and announces annexations in a terrifying speech. We're also going to discuss that Trump is now suing CNN in what is a $475 million lawsuit for defamation. We are also going to discuss the Supreme Court potentially looking to strike. Down a challenge, well not striking down, but potentially striking down censorship as a challenge to big tax section two 30 liability protections, which is a very interesting case for them to take on, especially with how on fire. Our Supreme Court has been recently, and then we're also gonna discuss  PIR Putin, um, being called out by Pope Francis. Um, calling them out and asking them to end the Ukraine War. Call it, it's all done. The Pope has spoken , especially interesting timing based on the fact that he called them Satanists. 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If you are on Apple Podcast or Spotify, uh, go ahead and subscribe to our YouTube and join the subst red pill revolution.subst.com or you can head over to Red Pill revolution dot c. oh.com is for losers. You know the drill. Head over to the website and sign up directly there. You're gonna get all the articles, all of the, uh, conversations, all the YouTube clips, all of the social media, all of the, the whole deal. Go ahead and sign up for the subst. It's free. It doesn't cost you anything. Just go ahead and sign up. All right, That's what I got. All right, let's go ahead and jump into it. So without further ado, Episode number, I guess I've been saying the wrong episode for about four episodes. . I looked at Apple Podcast and apparently this is episode number 46, so excuse my last few numbers. I was wrong. Apparently I'm not very good at math. But anyways, welcome to episode number 46 of the Red Pill Revolution Podcast. Welcome to Red Pill Revolution. My name is Austin Adams. Red Pill Revolution started out with me, realizing everything that I knew, everything that I believed, everything I interpreted about my life is through the lens of the information I was spoon fed as a. Religion, politics, history, conspiracies, Hollywood medicine, money, food, all of it. Everything we know was tactfully written to influence your decisions and your view on reality by those in power Now, I'm on a mission, a mission to retrain and reeducate myself to find the true reality of what is behind that curtain, and I'm taking your ass with me. Welcome to the revolution. All right, let's go ahead and jump into it. Vladimir Putin accuses the west of satanism and announces his annexations in a terrifying speech. This is wild. Okay, . It says, Minutes after this speech concluded, Ukraine announced it would formally submit an application to join na. Let's go ahead and read this article. This article is coming from vice.com, so you know it must be 100% completely non-bias and accurate.  says, Russian President Vladimir Putin delivered a speech at the Kremlin today where he announced the annexation of portions of Ukraine, uh, Dansk, Harrison, Zia and Sk. In a speech he accused the west of being Satanist and said that Russia wants to lead an anticolonial movement to smash the west. He then formally announced the annexation of territory that Russia invaded and took by force. After the speech was over, the associated press recorded reported that Ukraine had officially applied for membership na. US President Biden called on the annexation, uh, as a little legitimate promised to continue to support Ukraine and announced his new sanctions on Russia. It's. If you have not been following this, Vladimir Putin literally has been threatening nuclear war against the West for the past two to three weeks now, and nobody seems to be taking this seriously at all. It's. So puzzling to me. We, it's been since the Cold War of the eighties, you know, 40 years almost since we've had any threat of nuclear war against the United States of America, and nobody's taken it seriously. You go look at all of the articles, even the articles on Vice with, when I'm reading right now, everything about it says like, you know, Vladimir Putin's television stations keep. Threatening everybody with nukes and nobody like it's, it's some really a circus show is the name of this. Um, Why Russia's State TV keeps threatening to nuke everything. Now, to be fair, that was from five 10 of 22. So a fair amount of months between now and then. But if he was threatening that four months ago, why are we not concerned about that today? Right. You, you listen to the, um, White House Press Secretary, you listen to Joe Biden himself, you listen to, uh, the weird little scrawny, uh, Halloween, um, Nightmare on Halloween Town, or Nightmare on Halloween looking guy. Uh, I forget his name, but he, he's like the, um, I'll have to look up who he is, but he said something basically along our, We are, you know, the only, the only conversation that's going on about this right now is that they're going to continue supporting Ukraine. They're going, we're gonna nu you if you keep throwing them weapons that are causing destruction against our country and our government is going, ha, do. That's all they're saying. They're not trying to deescalate tensions. They're not trying to do anything at all to save the lives of my family and yours. They're specifically just taunting them, saying, No, you won't. Uh, I don't know if you guys forgot this, but it literally just takes one erratic president or leader of a country to just tap a button and it's all over. It's all over. Look at Hiroshima. Look at the Nagasaki. Look at all of the, the damage that happened as a result of what we in the United States did to another country. Obliterated, literally black smoldering shadows on the ground. If you've ever seen those pictures, they're spine showing. There's like these shadows of children shown in pictures. Uh, basically as soon as Hira Shima hit, they just were obliterated and all that was left was their ash just scorched into the. And meanwhile, while we're getting. , all of these verbal threats for nuclear war, nobody publicly at least, is seeming to take this seriously at all. Now, this is even more interesting because I, I guess within the last two, you know, day or so, let me go ahead and pull this, uh, screenshot that I had up from my. Um, which is makes us even more concerning. This was from today. Um, it says NATO issues. An alert to member nations after Russian submarine carrying doomsday weapons has gone missing from Arctic base. You heard that right? NATO issues an alert to member nations after Russian submarine carrying doomsday weapons, meaning nukes goes missing from Arctic. Now this article, which is, uh, a post from Real News, No Bullshit. One of my favorite places to get my news from NATO has warned members of that, a highly sophisticated Russian nuclear powered submarine able to carry doomsday weapons is no longer operating out of its base in the Arctic, raising speculation that Russia could have moved the vessel near Ukraine or to an undisclosed area for a. Native officials say that Russia, um, the Russian submarine is no longer operating out of its white C base where has been active since July. They add that Russia may have been planning a test called, uh, to test a Poseidon weapon system, which is a drone capable of carrying a nuclear bomb. The Poseidon system can be deployed from the submarine and detonated at a depth of a half mile. Russian state media has claimed the weapon system can create a 1600 foot wave that has been dubbed a radioactive tsunami. Oh my God, I haven't read this article yet. Why is nobody talking about this? Literally, go scroll the damn news right now. And nobody's talking about the fact that Russians submarined, which they have threatened to cause a nuclear tsunami with from underneath the water, against their enemies is missing. Nobody's talking about this. Not a single conversation that I've heard besides real news. No bullshit. It's not on Vice, it's not on the hill, it's not on Fox, it's not on cnn. It's nowhere. They want to keep all of this conversation to a minimum, which tells you that they don't think they're bluffing. If they thought they were bluffing, they would not be screaming from the mountaintops the way that they are. They wouldn't be minimizing this stuff on the social media channels. Right? I mean, screaming from the mountaintops about how they're not gonna do anything right to the general public. They're not, They're obviously not saying that to the soldiers. They're not saying that to the military. They're saying that to you and I because they want to make you naive to what's really going on here, and this is horr. Strategic intelligence expert Rebecca Koffler reacted to the news saying that while Russia has had major setbacks in Ukraine, the world should not underestimate Russian's submarine and nuclear capabilities. She added that they have. There have been times when Russia nuclear powered attack submarines, armed with long-range cruise missiles, Unde run undetected for weeks close to US shores Who man, This, I don't know. I, This is the closest that we've ever been to nuclear war in at least four decades, and they're downplaying the hell out of it. Nobody, nobody on mainstream media is talking about these things, and that one right there is terrifying. Terrifying. So let's go back to this Here we're sa we're, we're Putin's calling us or calling our government Satanists. And if you know the history of, you know, this podcast and you've listened to a fair amount of the episodes that we've discussed these things, that's not too far off. It's really not. When you look at the Bohemian and Grove situation, you look at the, you know, the, the references to Malo in Hillary Clinton's emails. You look at all of these things that show that the, you know, elitist of our country, the, the, you know, the illuminati illuminati symbolism that is used, you know, and if you go wa actually look at these things cuz I, you know, don't, don't take my word for it, but actually go look into it because it's pretty wild. Once you see that, the, see the, the, the way they shake hands and the, the specific. Photos that they have where they're like looking through the eye of hos and like all of these really interesting sim like symbols that are used to, to kind of speak this language that you and I aren't privy to. That has been associated with our politics. Right. And, and then that gets really deep. You can go back to, you know, some of the other podcasts that we've talked about that, but it's a real thing. Okay. Um, go do your own research on it, and I'm sure I will do an episode on and again in the future, and this almost sparks my interest again because, uh, Yeah, he, he's not too far off all. It says that Putin speech on the annexation of the territories is the accumulation of. Um, with that began in 2014 when Kremlin back forces sees CME in pieces of Eastern Ukraine. I want the key authorities and their real masters in the West to hear me so that they remember this. People living in Luhansk and Didos, Kirson and zilla are becoming our citizens forever. Putin set. He also went on to say that we called the Kiev regime to immediately end hostilities and the war that they unleashed back in 2014 and returned to the negotiating table. We are ready for this, but we will not discuss the choice of the people in Dans, Lou, Sk, Zappia, and Kirson that has been made. Russia will not betray them. In the 2005 speech, Putin told the world that the collapse of the Soviet Union was the greatest geopolitical catastrophe of the century. It was a theme he returned to was in speech announcing the annexation of the territory seas from Ukraine as once before. After the revolution, the borders of the union republics were carved up from behind the scenes. He said, so that the last leaders of the Soviet Union, contrary to the direct expression of the will of the majority of the people in the referendum of 1991, destroyed our great nation confronting the people with a fate. Not sure what that means. I admit that they do did not fully understand what they were doing and what consequences this would inevitably lead to in the end. But this is no longer important. There is no Soviet Union. The past cannot be brought back, and Russia today does not need it anymore. We are not striving for this. Putin speech was ossibly about the annexation of the territory into Russia, but he kept returning to the. Yeah, because the war is not against Ukraine, it's against NATO and the us. We know that we've, every speech he's ever given indicates that this is a proxy war with Ukraine against NATO in the United States. It's not about Ukraine. Ukraine is just the, the, is just the arm of the NATO and UN that's being, you know, funded to fight this war because they don't want a world. It goes on to say that he blamed Anglo Saxons for the destruction of the Nord Stream one and two pipelines without blaming a specific country. Sanctions were not enough for the Anglo Saxons. They moved on to sabotage, he said during the Reuter's translation, and it's hard to believe that. But it is a fact that they organized the blast of the Nord Stream International Gas pipelines, which run aro across, which run along the bottom of the Baltic Sea. In fact, they began to destroy the pan European energy infrastructure. It is clear to everyone who benefits from this. Of course, he who benefits did it Putin said Putin also made a. Veiled joke about how sex change operations during his speech, according to Financial Times, Moscow bureau Chief Max Setin, he accused the west of outright satanism. Putin said that he wants to lead an anticolonial movement. So he basically, when in a don't actually. Um, call him out for, you know, they don't, they don't quote him on that, but he called, he said that they were doing gender surgeries on children, which is absolutely accurate. Nothing he is saying here. Is that wild? Yes. There are people within high political positions in celebrities who practice satanism. Yes. We, as the western culture in society and leader of western culture are doing gender reassignment, surger. Basically castrating our children in the name of Wilm. Nothing is wrong here. There is not any mixing of words. He's not saying anything that's off at all, which is even more terrifying when you know he's about to nu us for it. So he said the speech included one reference to nuclear weapons. Typical for Putin's recent public statements. Oh, typical Putin threatening us with nukes. Ha ha. Vice news. This like, what? How. Typical. Oh, typical. Like down, literally that word. Typical just downplays the idea of a nuclear attack on your families. Murdering all of us over their, his belief of their, you know, satanic and child re gendering surgeries and more so obviously the fight that's happening in Ukraine. So he's just calling us out for our culture while simultaneously, obviously the war's over Ukraine and nato. Right. If you don't know the backstory, let's just touch on it. Putin didn't want Ukraine becoming a part of NATO because then NATO has the ability to attack the Russia from a very, very, very, very, very close proximity. Just in the same way that if Mexico was taken over by Russia and now there's nukes on our border, and at anytime they could press a single button and then the split second. We're all dead, right? Just gives access to, to begin to encroach on our territory, which is what Ukraine was, which only became a thing in 2014 after Obama administration basically overthrew the government in a coup. Okay, There's your backstory. That's what this is about, Goes on to say. During several speeches in February after the invasion, he made direct nuclear threats and put Russia's nuclear forces on high alert and the speech announcing the partial mobilization of the Russian people. On September 21st, Putin accused NATO of using nuclear blackmail and said he would not hesitate to use his own nus to those who allow themselves to make such statements about Russia. Would like to remind you that our country also has various means of destruction, and for some components more modern than those of NATO c. He said in September, And if the territorial integrity of our country is threatened, we will certainly use all means at our disposal to protect Russia and our people. This is not a bluff. That's the words of the president of the country, that our country is currently in a proxy war with. It says with the referendum, Putin has expanded the territory, which he has threatened to protect with nuclear weapons. Used the threat of nuclear war to do it, but he, It was quick in the speech today to point to America, the US is the only country in history who has ever used nuclear weapons. True. Creating a precedent, by the way, he said the speech ended with Putin in four Moscow. Back. Leaders of the territory, Russia forcibly seized, holding hands, en chanting. Russia, Russia. Minutes after the speech concluded, Ukrainian. Solensky released a video where he announced Ukraine would be applying for membership to nato further poking the bear, further poking the bear, right? If you don't think that's a, you know, uh, a response to show that, you know, this is getting so, like, this is pretty scary stuff, guys. Like, if you haven't been paying attention to this, attention to this, if you have not been concerned about. You really probably didn't need to, but this is getting, I mean, I'm this, it's hard to even try to wrap your head around and be concerned. We are in a, we are in a cold war with Russia now. Today, right now, these words that are happening is exactly what was happening during the Cold War. They have their fingers over the button saying you won't do it, and if you do do it, I'll do it. That's exa. We are in a Cold War with Russia, the United States, while also, which wasn't a part of what was going on before in a proxy war with them already terrifying. So on the backs of Putin calling the West Satanist, let's go ahead and talk about how Pope Francis calls on Russian. Russian. Pope Francis calls on Russian president Vladimir Putin to end the war in Ukraine. Pop