Could anyone direct me to some good articles or snippets from books detailing the origins of the Wahabi and Salafi movements and American relations with Saudi Arabia before the 70s?
Also, because I'm an idiot, I wouldn't mind a greentext version too.
>Could anyone direct me to some good articles or snippets from books detailing the origins of the Wahabi and Salafi movements and American relations with Saudi Arabia before the 70s?
no, we can't
>Money always on his mind
Is Sobieski an example of a proto-American?
Is Bonaparte an example of a proto-Frenchman?
The funny thing is, Napoleon sorta won in the end anyway. A significant quantity of monarchies met their ends to movements prompted somewhat by the influences of Napoleon's invasions on their cultures.
>Reproduction is the sole purpose of life.
Do you agree?
How did Fulton Sheen become so popular in a time of such anti-Catholic predjudice?
Can we have a formations thread please? I need to get good at total war so medieval and before formations and ways of beating them
Please help me on this subject.
Does human life have value?
I want to read opinions
Can we please have a thread discussing and collecting resources on one of the most ancient civilizations in history?
Discuss everyday transcendence of slave morality.
I used to masturbate as little as possible because I thought it was a bad habit, immoral even. Now I do it about a dozen times a day.
I used to fritter away my money on alcohol and resent my boss for the power I felt he had over me at a financial level. I then stopped drinking and started saving money so I'd never find myself at a point where I never actually am required to work for the man, and found my resentment towards him and my job basically vanished overnight.
Would that count?
VARUS! GIVE ME BACK MY LEGIONS!
What are some good books on The English Civil War and that peroid in general? Specifically the royalist society and mindset
>"Wow Anon, you haven't even read [important non fiction book]? You must be dumb!"
If this was said in the UK then what would the book be?
>it says here you "love the Emperor"
>care to explain?
Calling things spook is a spook. Prove me wrong Stirnerfags.
Stirner doesn't think calling things a spook is a spook. Stirner sees a spook as an essence, calling something a spook is suggesting this essence is imaginary, which is not an essence at all.
What the fuck was his problem?
Nothing really. His mother was a Christian, he was most likely raised Christian, and it clearly had an influence on him as he got older.
He recognized that roman society wouldnt stand for religious unrest and thus attempted to stamp out a single agreed upon doctrine for the entirety of the empire.
He carried the same beliefs politically which is why he reunited the empire.
>He recognized that roman society wouldnt stand for religious unrest and thus attempted to stamp out a single agreed upon doctrine for the entirety of the empire.
Oh damn those tolerant chill worshipers of old god's. All those christian sects who are just waiting to cut each other throats are so much more civilized
>He carried the same beliefs politically which is why he reunited the empire.
5 heirs - 3 sons who hated each other fiercly,...
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Constantine didn't persecute any pagans. His major act was stopping persecution of Christians altogether. He did this because his mom was Christian, and because Jesus was the God who responded out of the countless ones he prayed to before a key battle that would determine whether or not he'd be Caesar. He continued to be a pagan himself for the most part until his deathbed, when he converted.
Post men with facial hair.
When did Anglos start shaving their beards, and why?
Pretty sure Iranians thought you weren't a man if you had no beard.
Beards couldn't fit into gas masks so soldiers had to be clean shaven in WW1
It caught on because the boys returning home were cooler than the rest.
What I'm curious about is if having a beard way back when was the same as having a beard now. When beards weren't popular it was a sign of masculinity, but now it's a clear fashion statement. Was that also the case in the past?