25th February 2013

Photo reblogged from Lapham's Quarterly with 28 notes

laphamsquarterly:

Déjà vu: Watch the Throne
2013: Park Geun-hye makes history as the first woman elected to the South Korean presidency. In a speech delivered Monday, she cited increasing hostilities with North Korea and unemployment amongst South Korea youth as key issues to be dealt with.
1553: Mary Tudor, heir to the throne after her father Henry VIII dies without any legitimate sons, “seemeth to be an evident token of thine anger toward us Englishmen”, according to Protestant reformer Thomas Becon.

Gah.

laphamsquarterly:

Déjà vu: Watch the Throne

2013Park Geun-hye makes history as the first woman elected to the South Korean presidency. In a speech delivered Monday, she cited increasing hostilities with North Korea and unemployment amongst South Korea youth as key issues to be dealt with.

1553: Mary Tudor, heir to the throne after her father Henry VIII dies without any legitimate sons, “seemeth to be an evident token of thine anger toward us Englishmen”, according to Protestant reformer Thomas Becon.

Gah.

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