Gentry domination requires allies with a broader social base and their own political power.
The big idea is that geography explains why the West rules the world—and why its domination may not last much longer.
“It is as catastrophic as it was under the domination of Taliban,” she says.
It comes from Milan Kundera, a writer who experienced both Nazi occupation and Communist domination in his native Czechoslovakia.
Haters back then called it “mosque madness” and “Islamic domination and expansionism.”
The country's rulers, however, had no difficulty extricating themselves from this domination once Stalin broke with Tito.
The dread of French domination seems to have haunted him like a nightmare.
It is not too much to say that a domination of the Intellect in England would at once and entirely alter the face of the country.
Only an individual here and there sees that freedom and domination must belong to us.
In 1535, like the rest of Lombardy, it fell under Spanish domination, and was compelled to furnish large money contributions.
late 14c., "rule, control," from Old French dominacion (12c.) "domination, rule, power," from Latin dominationem (nominative dominatio), noun of action from past participle stem of dominari "to rule, have dominion over," from dominus "lord, master," literally "master of the house," from domus "home" (see domestic) + -nus, suffix denoting ownership or relation. Sexual sense by 1961.