Utata Thursday Walk 864

November is notable for Remembrance Day / Armistice Day. But I want to highlight an often forgotten day in history: The Coup 18 Brumaire when on 9 November 1799, Napolean Bonaparte seized dictatorial power of the new French Republic. Karl Marx wrote an essay titled the "The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte" in which the nephew seized the power of the State on 2 December 1851. (18 Brumaire was the 18 day of the month of Brumaire in Year VIII of the French Republican Calendar established after the French Revolution.) Some critics look to this essay it to provide fruitful analysis of the rise of 20th century fascism. I would add that one could use it to bring perspective on the rise of Trumpism that echoes the sentiment that historical elements arise twice: "the first as tragedy, then as farce." So, not seeing the forest for the trees we realize that a weekly repetition of a Utata Thursday Photo Walk does not fit that analysis. Good for us. So got out for a walk, take some photographs, then tag 'em with utata:project=tw864 and upload one image to this thread.
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