>It's a "/his/ referring to Greek speaking, Orthodox Christian Monarchies as the Roman Empire" episode
>It's a "guys they're not roman cuz they don't speak latin" episode
>starring that kid who prefers revisionism to historical accuracy
The Hellenic Orthodox Empire, as well as the Ottoman Empire too, consisted of provinces that made up the eastern half of the Roman Empire.
Culturally, neither were anything like Rome.
Ottoman Empire claimed 'Kaysei Rum' themselves after they had seized Constantinople. Is this a proof for legitimacy that they are descendant of the Roman Empire? What do you think about it? If not, Which country is the main line of descendant of the Roman Empire?
>Was the Ottoman Empire the main line of descendant of the Roman Empire?
Morality is not real
Good and Bad are social constructs
There is no afterlife
The world is chaotic, there is no logic to the events of the world
You are nothing special
The goal of this thread is to make a serious case for "edginess."
tbqh I see why it is 100 percent logical, although that doesn't imply one should go around torturing little animals.
the proper way to apply "edge" to your life is by living by your own rules(when you can get away with it) and never believing in an authority unless you have logically made the same decision.
The other great thing about "edge" is hat there is no moraizing. Although there is the case...
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Morality is as real as a social construct.
Good and Bad can be social constructs, but there are Good things and and Bad things that are established in your mind prior to being culturally manipulated. Such as being hungry or being free from a shitty diaper. We define good and bad mostly on our natural reactions to things, rather than defining what is bad and THEN beginning to have those reactions.
There is eternal life.
The world is perfectly uniform.
You are everything.
There is no good in this world.
All actions are inherently selfish.
Nothing is pure.
No one is inoccent.
Free will is a myth.
We are all just atoms, governed by laws of physics.
>pleb opinion made up of teenage angst and edgyness
every fucking time
Why is Stalin held as some particularly awful monster when history shows at least 100 tyrants as brutal as him? All he really did was order mass killings of dissenters, which was the norm for rulers since the beginning of recorded history.
This can be said for literally any ruler in history.
I like Hitler and I don't like Stalin, but it's not because he killed people. I also have a soft spot for Mao and Pol Pot (don't tell anyone)
He's pretty awful.
He left his son to die just because it wouldn't serve the interests of Soviet Russia.
Holodomor happened, even though if Stalin really wanted to kill those Ukranians with starvation might be up to debate, although the evidence suggests that he totally wanted to starve the Ukranians dead.
That's only two off the top of my head though.
who's regime would you rather live under?
What do you think of the greatest indian empire ever?
You wake up in Detroit in 1918. What do you do?
World war 2 axis pictures
Germab soldiers give presents to unkrainian kids
If the Quran was indeed written by Mohammed then how could a simple trader create such a masterpiece in literacy unmatched to this very day in arabic literature?
Was General McClellan really as big a pussy as Ken Burns' Civil War documentary made him out to be?
Who was the most benevolent dictator?
Tell me about his man /his/.
Why was he murdered by France?
He was a commie lunatic in the lines of the DERG and Mugabe.
If he wasn't killed he would've caused millions to die, just like every commie lunatic.
But since he died before he could wreck havoc, retarded redditors like yourself worship him.
Where these used often in Medieval combat? They seems kinda silly. Would people actually train to use this??
Not really, no. The ball-and-chain flail was always a weird specialty weapon.
It was basically the medieval equivalent of pic related.
What caused the end of the Bronze Age?