History ShutUpHannibal / RealLife

9th Apr '17 6:27:44 AM Dommie222
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* At the Congo's independence ceremony in June 1960, the Belgian King Baudouin gave a pompous speech on [[WhiteMansBurden all the contributions the Belgian's made in the country]]. Patrice Lumumba, however, called out the Belgian government for its mistreatment of the Congolese throughout its history. [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome His passionate and unapologetic retort toward King Baudouin was so powerful that it caused the Belgian king to ''[[RageQuit rage quit]]]]''.

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* At the Congo's independence ceremony in June 1960, the Belgian King Baudouin gave a pompous speech on [[WhiteMansBurden all the contributions the Belgian's made in the country]]. Patrice Lumumba, however, called out the Belgian government for its mistreatment of the Congolese throughout its history. [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome His passionate and unapologetic retort toward King Baudouin was so powerful that it caused the Belgian king to ''[[RageQuit rage quit]]]]''.to]] ''RageQuit''.
9th Apr '17 6:27:16 AM Dommie222
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* At the Congo's independence ceremony in June 1960, the Belgian King Baudouin gave a pompous speech on [[WhiteMansBurden all the contributions the Belgian's made in the country]]. Patrice Lumumba, however, called out the Belgian government for its mistreatment of the Congolese throughout its history. [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome His passionate and unapologetic retort toward King Baudouin was so powerful that it caused the Belgian king to ''[[RageQuit rage quit]]'']].

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* At the Congo's independence ceremony in June 1960, the Belgian King Baudouin gave a pompous speech on [[WhiteMansBurden all the contributions the Belgian's made in the country]]. Patrice Lumumba, however, called out the Belgian government for its mistreatment of the Congolese throughout its history. [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome His passionate and unapologetic retort toward King Baudouin was so powerful that it caused the Belgian king to ''[[RageQuit rage quit]]'']].quit]]]]''.
9th Apr '17 6:26:25 AM Dommie222
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* At the Congo's independence ceremony in June 1960, the Belgian King Baudouin gave a pompous speech on [[WhiteMansBurden all the contributions the Belgian's made in the country]]. Patrice Lumumba, however, called out the Belgian government for its mistreatment of the Congolese throughout its history. His passionate and unapologetic retort toward King Baudouin was so powerful that it caused the Belgian king to ''RageQuit''.

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* At the Congo's independence ceremony in June 1960, the Belgian King Baudouin gave a pompous speech on [[WhiteMansBurden all the contributions the Belgian's made in the country]]. Patrice Lumumba, however, called out the Belgian government for its mistreatment of the Congolese throughout its history. [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome His passionate and unapologetic retort toward King Baudouin was so powerful that it caused the Belgian king to ''RageQuit''.''[[RageQuit rage quit]]'']].
25th Jan '17 6:55:52 AM Smitty300
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* This [[http://www.popsugar.com/latina/Viral-Open-Letter-Donald-Drumpf-37778591 open letter]] to Donald Trump concerning his 2015 remarks about Mexican immigrants.
3rd Jan '17 8:53:35 PM redandready45
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* In 1869, Wyoming's territorial legislature became the first in the nation to grant women suffrage. In 1890, When Wyoming applied for statehood, the US Congress initially refused because they allowed woman to vote, and demanded that it be abolished. Wyoming's legislators sent Congress a short but firm response:

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* In 1869, Wyoming's territorial legislature became the first in the nation to grant women suffrage. In 1890, When Wyoming applied for statehood, the US Congress initially refused because they allowed woman to vote, and demanded that it women's voting rights be abolished.abolished first. Wyoming's legislators sent Congress a short but firm response:
3rd Jan '17 8:51:50 PM redandready45
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* In 1869, Wyoming's territorial legislature became the first in the nation to grant women suffrage. In 1890, When Wyoming applied for statehood, the US Congress initially refused because they allowed woman to vote, and demanded that it be abolished. Wyoming's legislators sent Congress a short but firm response:
--> '''Wyoming Legislature''': “We may stay out of the Union for 100 years but we will come in with our women."
8th Sep '16 8:06:47 PM Riley1sCool
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* This [[http://www.popsugar.com/latina/Viral-Open-Letter-Donald-Drumpf-37778591 open letter]] to Donald Drumpf concerning his 2015 remarks about Mexican immigrants.

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* This [[http://www.popsugar.com/latina/Viral-Open-Letter-Donald-Drumpf-37778591 open letter]] to Donald Drumpf Trump concerning his 2015 remarks about Mexican immigrants.
4th Sep '16 10:32:13 AM Rotide
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* An interesting RealLife occurrence occurred on Indian reservations in TheThirties. The Nazis [[ExploitedTrope thought Indians had little loyalty to America]] and would help them. In addition, the Nazis saw Indians as [[MagicalNativeAmerican lost Aryans]]. Further, they saw their plans for the Jews as little different than if Indians killed all the white people, which they figured Indians wanted to do. So a lot of Nazi propaganda was distributed on reservations by German anthropologists (also collecting intelligence in case [[GenreSavvy Indian languages were used as codes]]). The result? Possibly the most epic ShutUpHannibal ever: tribes declared war (or renewed declarations of war from [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarI the last time]]) on Germany even before the United States did. [[HeWhoFightsMonsters Fascist and Nazi ideas were outlawed.]] And when the United States finally did declare war, Indians from their mid-teens all the way to their forties signed up, lying about their age when need be. And of course--the Germans couldn't tackle every Indian language, and thus the Navajo language was used by the US military as yet another critical part of the Allies' ''giant'' intelligence advantage in the War.

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* An interesting RealLife occurrence occurred on Indian reservations in TheThirties. The Nazis [[ExploitedTrope thought Indians had little loyalty to America]] and would help them. In addition, the Nazis saw Indians as [[MagicalNativeAmerican lost Aryans]]. Further, they saw their plans for the Jews as little different than if Indians killed all the white people, which they figured Indians wanted to do. So a lot of Nazi propaganda was distributed on reservations by German anthropologists (also collecting intelligence in case [[GenreSavvy Indian languages were used as codes]]). The result? Possibly the most epic ShutUpHannibal ever: tribes declared war (or renewed declarations of war from [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarI the last time]]) on Germany even before the United States did. [[HeWhoFightsMonsters Fascist and Nazi ideas were outlawed.]] outlawed. And when the United States finally did declare war, Indians from their mid-teens all the way to their forties signed up, lying about their age when need be. And of course--the Germans couldn't tackle every Indian language, and thus the Navajo language was used by the US military as yet another critical part of the Allies' ''giant'' intelligence advantage in the War.



* This [[http://www.popsugar.com/latina/Viral-Open-Letter-Donald-Trump-37778591 open letter]] to Donald Trump concerning his 2015 remarks about Mexican immigrants.

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* This [[http://www.popsugar.com/latina/Viral-Open-Letter-Donald-Trump-37778591 com/latina/Viral-Open-Letter-Donald-Drumpf-37778591 open letter]] to Donald Trump Drumpf concerning his 2015 remarks about Mexican immigrants.
24th Aug '16 4:12:31 PM Greystone101
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* At the meeting on 10 November 2007, Venezuela's then-president Hugo Chávez repeatedly interrupted Prime Minister of Spain José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero's speech to call his predecessor, José María Aznar, a "fascist" and "less human than snakes",and accuse Aznar of having supported a failed coup d'état aimed at removing Chávez from power. Zapatero had earlier irritated Chávez by suggesting that Latin America needed to attract more foreign capital to combat its "chronic, deepening poverty", and claimed that Chávez's policies scared investors out of Latin America. Chávez's attacks became so strong that Zapatero rose to Aznar's defence, even though he had been severely critical of Aznar in the past. Zapatero pointed out that Aznar had been democratically elected and was "a legitimate representative of the Spanish people". Although organizers switched off Chávez's microphone, he continued to interrupt as Zapatero defended Aznar.

At this point, King Juan Carlos of Spain leaned forward, turned towards his fellow head of state, and said, "''¿Por qué no te callas?''" (why don't you shut up?). The king's rebuke received applause from the general audience. He addressed Chávez using the familiar form of "you". (In Spanish, ''tú'' is usually used for close friends, family, or children and can be regarded as insulting when used in other circumstances.)

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* At the meeting on 10 November 2007, Venezuela's then-president Hugo Chávez repeatedly interrupted Prime Minister of Spain José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero's speech to call his predecessor, José María Aznar, a "fascist" and "less human than snakes",and accuse Aznar of having supported a failed coup d'état aimed at removing Chávez from power. Zapatero had earlier irritated Chávez by suggesting that Latin America needed to attract more foreign capital to combat its "chronic, deepening poverty", and claimed that Chávez's policies scared investors out of Latin America. Chávez's attacks became so strong that Zapatero rose to Aznar's defence, even though he had been severely critical of Aznar in the past. Zapatero pointed out that Aznar had been democratically elected and was "a legitimate representative of the Spanish people". Although organizers switched off Chávez's microphone, he continued to interrupt as Zapatero defended Aznar. \n\n At this point, King Juan Carlos of Spain leaned forward, turned towards his fellow head of state, and said, "''¿Por qué no te callas?''" (why don't you shut up?). The king's rebuke received applause from the general audience. He addressed Chávez using the familiar form of "you". (In Spanish, ''tú'' is usually used for close friends, family, or children and can be regarded as insulting when used in other circumstances.)
24th Aug '16 4:11:53 PM Greystone101
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* At the meeting on 10 November 2007, Venezuela's then-president Hugo Chávez repeatedly interrupted Prime Minister of Spain José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero's speech to call his predecessor, José María Aznar, a "fascist" and "less human than snakes",and accuse Aznar of having supported a failed coup d'état aimed at removing Chávez from power. Zapatero had earlier irritated Chávez by suggesting that Latin America needed to attract more foreign capital to combat its "chronic, deepening poverty", and claimed that Chávez's policies scared investors out of Latin America. Chávez's attacks became so strong that Zapatero rose to Aznar's defence, even though he had been severely critical of Aznar in the past. Zapatero pointed out that Aznar had been democratically elected and was "a legitimate representative of the Spanish people". Although organizers switched off Chávez's microphone, he continued to interrupt as Zapatero defended Aznar. Juan Carlos leaned forward, turned towards his fellow head of state, and said, "''¿Por qué no te callas?''" (why don't you shut up?). The king's rebuke received applause from the general audience. He addressed Chávez using the familiar form of "you". (In Spanish, ''tú'' is usually used for close friends, family, or children and can be regarded as insulting when used in other circumstances.)

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* At the meeting on 10 November 2007, Venezuela's then-president Hugo Chávez repeatedly interrupted Prime Minister of Spain José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero's speech to call his predecessor, José María Aznar, a "fascist" and "less human than snakes",and accuse Aznar of having supported a failed coup d'état aimed at removing Chávez from power. Zapatero had earlier irritated Chávez by suggesting that Latin America needed to attract more foreign capital to combat its "chronic, deepening poverty", and claimed that Chávez's policies scared investors out of Latin America. Chávez's attacks became so strong that Zapatero rose to Aznar's defence, even though he had been severely critical of Aznar in the past. Zapatero pointed out that Aznar had been democratically elected and was "a legitimate representative of the Spanish people". Although organizers switched off Chávez's microphone, he continued to interrupt as Zapatero defended Aznar.

At this point, King
Juan Carlos of Spain leaned forward, turned towards his fellow head of state, and said, "''¿Por qué no te callas?''" (why don't you shut up?). The king's rebuke received applause from the general audience. He addressed Chávez using the familiar form of "you". (In Spanish, ''tú'' is usually used for close friends, family, or children and can be regarded as insulting when used in other circumstances.)
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