08/06/2018 (Mon) 16:07:33
So what's up with keeping bear arms?
In that movie, The Death of Stalin, at one point Malenkov says:>No problem!
Then the conversation goes on, comes the twist in it's course so he proclaims:>What I meant was:>No! Problem!
During the reign of Andrew II (king of Hungary, 1205-1235) at one point his wife's influence grew more what the aristocracy thought healthy and when they got enough of her nepotistic behaviour they decided she has to go. They wanted to involve one of the archbishops in their plot and invited him to join them. He replied in a letter with the following line:Reginam occidere nolite timere bonum est si omnes consentiunt ego non contradico
...leaving out all the punctuation so it offered two types of interpretation which covered his ass no matter how the events would play out. I don't think I can translate it faithfully to the text but basically these:
1. You mustn't kill the queen, you'd better be afraid, even if everyone agrees I'm not, I'm against it.
2. Kill the queen, don't be afraid, it will be better, if everyone agrees, I'm not against it.