/r/ the "fucking Normans get off my island" with Pepe superimposed over Hastings
>polite requests cannot be made on a board dedicated to such material
It isn't the thread focus. The thread focus is memes.
What is the /his/ view of Napoleon?
As a British person I think he shouldn't have been denied free travel within the British isles (As he was when he was captured, due to worries about his cause gaining popular cause among the peasants and such), because given what he believed in I feel he should have conquered the British isles.
The world would be a better place had we not won the Napoleonic wars desu.
Reminder that the yanks let the Jap Unit 731 got away with medical experimentation warcrimes while the Krauts got hanged in Nuremberg
Also, if you're bored, watch this incredibly underrated movie (Men Behind the Sun): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bqnftyYWW4E
Krauts got hanged but all the Kraut scientists got swooped up in Operation Paperclip.
The same thing happened here, the American military granted all the physicians immunity in exchange for all of their research and findings.
Who knows how much of Unit 731's research has permeated the medical sciences of today.
>Geyser or some shit in a lake explodes
>Releases a shitload of CO2
>1,700 people suffocate
>doesn't even get it's own fucking wikipedia article
Because novody cares about impoverished blacks?
What went wrong?
Are the gods representations of platonic forms?
Was there any chance of the Gallic Empire and/or Palmyrene Empire surviving? Also would their survival ensure the collapse of Rome or would it still be able to recover from the Crisis of the Third Century?
neither of them existed though.. Palmyran empire on your map was lands controlled by Ptolemaic Egypt and Seleucid. Gauls were never a united empire .. is this meant to be hypothetical?
What went right?
Are things like good, evil, morals and ethics ultimately subjective and thus pointless?
If so, why bother having any phil/his/ophical threads anymore?
Why follow any morals?
If not, how can you prove it?
Why would we care?
>If so, why bother having any phil/his/ophical threads anymore?
Other people having different ideas is part of subjectivity
>Why follow any morals?
Even if you don't believe in them, people who do will wallop you
Lets talk about Chomsky and his work in Linguistics, specifically his views on recursion and Everett's claims about Piraha lacking it. Is this true? Or are Chomsky's claims about Everett being a charlatan more true?
/his/ memes you hear people spout who don't know any better.
How did this start?
are there any decent films dealing with germanic tribes, from 3rd century BCE to 5th century CE or so
Religion is an anthropological constant throughout human history. In addition, the occult, spirituality, and other forms of divination have been present in almost every human society.
If the idea of God were to have an evolutionary basis, why isn't their a consistent global monoculture of religion that would have developed independently in various parts of the world? Why are the religions of more "archaic" societies based on animism and many deities while more organized ones tend to be monotheistic? What explains the trend from simple to complex and changing...
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i just noticed that as time passes the most powerful entity in history moves to the west
Interesting observation but any kind of pan-Asian union is impossible. East asians nations detest each other and India/Pakistan/Bangladesh will never unite/work together (mostly Pak and India).
If he was nationalistic and liberal
Why did he created an empire with Catalans, Dutch Germans and Italians?
Germans from Lorraine don't apply since they are French wannabes
Also it's wrong to find Napoleon good looking in his young pictures?
France's survival depended on the spread on Enlightenment ideas. France's chances of pulling off the Revolutionary Wars again would not be so good. As such, France needed to expand to gain more fighters and resources.