Message from Deleted User in Nick Fuentes Server #history-server


2018-03-15 02:50:15 UTC  

and it was volatile by its very nature of being a representative, meritocratic organ of gov't

2018-03-15 02:50:34 UTC  

you could think it was a matter of time before they overthrew an ineffective or unpopular king

2018-03-15 02:50:41 UTC  

but how would you have it any other way?

2018-03-15 02:50:53 UTC  

which episode is this?

2018-03-15 02:50:57 UTC  

the first 15 or so

2018-03-15 02:51:18 UTC  

I think I'll start on it tomorrow

2018-03-15 02:51:22 UTC  

sounds interesting

2018-03-15 02:51:51 UTC  

and a lot more relevant than Roman history

2018-03-15 02:52:45 UTC  

I think roman history is relevant too

2018-03-15 02:52:47 UTC  

in a general sense

2018-03-15 02:53:18 UTC  

Not in the sense that you can relate to modern politics though

2018-03-15 02:53:21 UTC  

you begin with a state that had the political strength to survive the loss of 200,000 of its strongest, bravest men

2018-03-15 02:53:23 UTC  

and still come out on top

2018-03-15 02:53:54 UTC  

produce leaders like cincinnatus, construct a navy from scratch, produce an innovative system of gov't that worked for 400 years

2018-03-15 02:54:05 UTC  

not as relevant compared to Revolutions

2018-03-15 02:54:10 UTC  

only to degenerate into nigger tier coups, extralegal exceptions, street fighting, and civil wars

2018-03-15 02:54:16 UTC  

like the podcast lol

2018-03-15 02:54:20 UTC  

idk

2018-03-15 02:54:35 UTC  

I think it's very relevant given that Rome was a republic for half of its history

2018-03-15 02:55:20 UTC  

and I think that all republics have to deal with authority, distribution of power, constitutionality, and the rise/decline of the institutions over time

2018-03-15 02:55:21 UTC  

Well for sure, the lessons that Rome taught were incredibly important

2018-03-15 02:55:48 UTC  

Yeah but the details are nowhere near as important

2018-03-15 02:56:12 UTC  

yeah the details are only there to inspire general theory

2018-03-15 02:56:32 UTC  

But you can say the English Civil War was directly influential to America's founding

2018-03-15 02:56:37 UTC  

but I don't think it makes it any less important if you're really trying to understand politics

2018-03-15 02:56:40 UTC  

oh absolutely

2018-03-15 02:56:49 UTC  

what do you think inspired Locke to write his two treatises of gov't?

2018-03-15 02:57:24 UTC  

people really underestimate how influential locke was to the American colonists, also how disproportionately influential he was

2018-03-15 02:57:58 UTC  

That's one thing they get right in school

2018-03-15 02:58:02 UTC  

there was all sorts of thinkers at the time, with all sorts of works of varying popularity circulating the colonies, but for such an age of enlightenment, people weren't really as well read as the period is often portrayed

2018-03-15 02:58:35 UTC  

I remember looking at some primary documents about harvard students in the 1700s

2018-03-15 02:58:50 UTC  

a dorm burned down and the school was filing claims to restore property to the students