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And there's not many Balts on Discord.
It won't make Donbass Ukrainian again
I'm literally a Chad Nubian African
this BBC finds its way into white women
Don't get yourself worked up over mongolian genetics 🏹
This is a rather small server compared to TRS
Least you can do is make a theocrat role, pleb
Born in East Asia, European genes.
@Florida Man Grandfather and grandparents
@Maksim It's decent bait to make people think I'm (one of them)
By east asia I REALLY mean east asia
"I do not diagnose without examination and do not speak about public figures in general, unless there is evidence of such profound danger to public health"
>diagnoses trump with mental illness without ever """examining""" him
The state of (Yale) Psychiatrists
they go on strike action due to cuts
the cuts were made because the province was in debt
make personal finance a side class in Year 11/12
People usually learn life skills by passed on knowledge
my country dc about Corona since there's like 20 completely isolated cases
Students should decide on their paths in Year 10-11.
Trades, sciences, other subjects etc
have more applied schools for certain subjects
Kindegarten - > Elementary School - > Pre Applied Prep in Year 8 and 9
Year 10 is Applied School to year 12.
Applied Schools focus strictly on subjects and core life values.
ie: Applied School of Medicine for Year 10-12 students.
Education should have strictly strong funding.
Canadians complain that education cuts are harmful to public schools
their school systems are never as hands on as some other countries schools
Russian School systems, korean ones, japanese ones, some specialized American ones
Students never learn without getting their hands dirty.
all this theory in reality is useless if they don't know how to apply it.
I'm a 3rd Year Medical Undergraduate, my school system was super hands on.
a wise man once said that knowledge not applied is futile.
why do you think that European countries produce some of the best global engineers?
It's why Jews from Russia did exceptionally well in school bearing the idea that they won't get accepted anywhere unless they're the best, and even then it would be super difficult
since Jews in the USSR were pretty much spat on and called k*kes.
the students of nowadays never really lived in bad conditions
by bad conditions I don't mean having your phone taken for a month
I'm talking about 320 square foot Khruschevkas with no ventilation, barely enough food for the table, and etc
I lived a lavish life because I have a wealthy family, but I looked at the people around me
and I knew what it was like to live in shit.
that mentality drives students to do better, especially all those Goldbergs that are at the top of their class.
Students nowadays are never as handy or more applicably knowledgable as their parents
then again, you learn all those skills with time
so making a basic foundation for such is ideal.
Prompting a meritocratic culture is excellent.
IF YOU NEED A GOOD LOL JUST READ THIS
1. The LGBTQ+ population uses tobacco at rates that are 50% higher than the general population. COVID-19 is a respiratory illness that has proven particularly harmful to smokers.
“2. The LGBTQ+ population has higher rates of HIV and cancer, which means a greater number of us may have compromised immune systems, leaving us more vulnerable to COVID-19 infections.
“3. LGBTQ+ people continue to experience discrimination, unwelcoming attitudes, and lack of understanding from providers and staff in many health care settings, and as a result, many are reluctant to seek medical care except in situations that feel urgent – and perhaps not even then.”
The empire was fine under Marcus Antoninus.
However, An emperor named Commodus pulled up
He was assassinated and the throne fell into chaos
In 193; there were 5 claimants for the throne and Septimius Severus ended up claiming it
All was gucci until 211 when he died and Geta took the throne.
His own brother killed him in his mom’s arms.
Burned down Alexandria when they dissed him
After Caracalla was assassinated a string of emperors came up
Resulting in 20 years of like 17 emperors
It was ok from 263 when Gallienus was in power
The empire somehow recovered; but we’re not done here
Diocletian ended up making a tetrarchy by 284
The empire did super well under Cinstantine
It was then split under his three sons
One was a faggot; the other quiet, and another rebellious
The faggot killed the rebel; and a usurper killed the faggot
All was fine till Constantius I died in 261
Yeah the quiet one reigned for a bit
Emperor Valentinian I dies of a burst blood vessel from rage
After meeting with quadi diplomats
A bunch of mediocre emperors take ground; but otherwise it’s fine
I’d say the real downfall was in 395 AD
Excellent emperor Theodosius I divided the empire into Two
He killed off his best general; Stilicho, and in 410 when rome was plundered by barbarians
Honorius was told that Rome was lost.
And at that moment; Honorius was fucking livid
Because his chicken was named rome and thought he got lost
When he was corrected that the City was lost he was relieved
Arcadius was weak; but Theodosius II came in and ruled for 50 years
In the West some bloke named Valentinian III came along
He was powerless and controlled by anyone around him
Ended up being convinced to kill his best general; Flavius Aetius
His successor wasn’t better and got stoned to death by a mob
From there, the west was falling terribly
A general named Majorian tried his best to recover territory and succeeded
Except in the early 460s, a despot general named Ricimer killed him.
Rome fell in 476 AD shortly after.
The east on the other hand was fine.
Leo I The Thracian and Marcian handled the Huns and barbarians well
Then came along a homie named Zeno in 476
His own brother in law convinced him that his life was in danger and nicked the throne while he was gone.
Basiliscus was killed in 477 in Cappadocia.
Zeno promised to not shed his blood so he left him and his family to die in a cistern.
Zeno ruled until his death in 491?
All was ok; an old emperor came to throne; Anastasius I Dicorus
Anastasius completely filled up the NOW Byzantine treasury
His time came by; and for his successor Justin I
People see him as great; and yeah; sure.
But he let the Nika Riots go by and drained the treasury
Not amazing, but he was a good emperor overall
His successor Justin II his nephew was a bit insane.
His successors were fine souls; coming up to a lad named Maurice
Maurice was on the danube frontier in 602 when a Centurion named Phokas overthrew him and executed him
People say phokas was miserably terrible, but I’ll explain later
Phokas had a lot to deal with since the Sassanid emperor named Khosrau declared war on the Byzantine empire, and there were Slavs in the west.
Phokas was quite unpopular, but he ended up doing OK. Sort of better than his successor
Heraclius was the next in line who had him killed in 608.
Heraclius held off the Sassanids pretty well for 30 years until trouble brewed in the Levant
Something happened in 632 AD, anyone know what?
The sassanids and byzantines went to fight them
In 636, at the mouth of the Yarmouk river
The Arabs completely smashed an army that outnumbered them
Heraclius was broken, and he died years later. Poor soul, all he worked for was destroyed
His successor did his best to hold off the Arabs and did perfectly fine.
Constans II Pogonatos became unpopular towards the end of his reign in 668.
He was killed in his own tub by his chamberlain with a bucket.
Some bloke named Justinian II came up
He’s not even disrupting my flow of words
I’m recapping the entire roman history
Justinian II was a well meaning ruler
Until, 698 when a general named Leontius overthrew him and cut his nose off
Now normally, mutilation means you can’t be emperor
People would be blinded, have their balls or nose cut off
An anarchy continued until 712 when someone was back
Justinian II was back with a golden prosthetic on his nose and he was pissed
His second reign lasted a short time before he was executed
Credits to Leo III the Khazar for fixing the anarchy
Otherwise the Byzantines would have collapsed earlier
Most of the 8th Century onward was a bit quiet since nothing was happening due to ok emperors
Constantine V The dung named was good; despite his name which was given by hostile historians
His own mom had him blinded and exiled.
She was kicked off the throne by a Financial Administrator named Nikephoros I.
In 811 AD, Nikephoros was on a campaign in Bulgaria
He brutally murdered a town’s population with no mercy, and the Tzar Krum was pissed
In 811 AD by the Pliska pass, Krum ambushed Nikephoros’ forces and decimated them all
His son Staurakios died too; the future emperor
Staurakios was mortally injured but he reigned for 4 months before dying
His successor Michael I was ineffective, ruling for 3 years
Everything was pretty fine; till Michael III the drunkard came in
People call him the drunkard because he was lazy and ineffective
He was actually pretty good contrary to what was branded upon him
The byzantine made a lot of territorial gains
Overall, approaching the 9th century the byzantine empire was faring off pretty well.
Basil I the Macedonian ruled until 886? AD after him.
Basil was good. Great financial administrator and conqueroror
Died in a hunting accident after getting dragged by a deer for 16 KM.
The empire was fine for many years after basil died under Constantine VII Porphyrogenitos and Romanos Lekapenos
The empire’s all fine and dandy, but Romanos’ successor Romanos II is ineffective.
When he dies, a lad named Nikephoros II pinches the throne
Nikephoros was an ugly person, but one of the best military conquerors.
He was eventually killed after a 6 year reign after a conspiracy from a minister that he demoted for ineffectivity
His successor John Tzismiskes was great too, excellent conqueror until his untimely death in 976 from the plague
Then came the best Byzantine emperor
Basil expanded the Empire’s territories all the way to the danube and was a brilliant financial admin. All was great at that time.
His successors were poorly chosen men who were husbands of the Empress Zoe, except for Constantine Monomachos who was fairly good
Then a bloke came along by 1060~ named Constantine X Doulas
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