Ominous It is a term with etymological origin in Latin ominōsus. East adjective refers to something that results abhorrent, detestable or fortuitous .
Some examples where the concept appears can be: “It was an ominous fact that caused us great damage”, “In this ominous circumstance, we have to help the neighbors more than ever”, “The figures constitute an ominous fact for the authorities of this city”, "I don't understand why you get mad at me, it was an ominous cause that exceeds my abilities".
The notion of ominous is often used to name a thing that results shameful . If the president of a club mentions that the aggression that the supporters of his team of soccer a player from a rival team was an "ominous situation", it will be reflecting that this event causes him shame as the head of the institution. To himself, he will show that the club's policies do not coincide or share this behavior under any circumstances. In this way, he will have pronounced his repudiation and marked the limits of thought of the club he represents.
In a similar sense, a mother can point to her son who lived a “Ominous moment” when the principal of her school called her on the phone to indicate that the boy had started fighting violently with a classmate. Possibly, he will take the opportunity to remind his son every time he stressed the importance of resolving conflicts through dialogue .
In contrast to this concept, it is said that something is attractive when it offers those who experience it a sense of pride or pleasure. A good grade on the part of a child for one of his parents can generate a feeling totally opposed to frustration or shame.
The Ominous Decade of Spanish history
In Spain , is known as Ominous Decade to the period 1823-1833 , which covers the end of the kingdom of Fernando VII , when a hard repression against the opponents was unleashed. In 1833 , with his death, the civil war that remained in history began as the First Carlist War , driven by the followers of Carlos María Isidro de Bourbon .
In this period a clear strategy of the monarchy was developed to pursue liberalism in the country. Which was marked by a great repression characterized by the systematic persecution of all liberals and the use of torture methods that served as threats to all those who wished to rebel and embrace liberal ideas.
In Europe the crisis of absolutism ; the various peoples began to rebel against the untouchable authority of the monarchs and many countries were witnessing strong revolts. To prevent absolutism from plummeting the monarchs of various countries gathered to join forces. And France came to the aid of Ferdinand VII. However, the rebellion had reached a force never before witnessed and the end of that crisis was a war promoted by the liberals known under the name of the First Carlist War: possibly a contest that would mark an opening in the history of the monarchy in Europe and that would give rise to future rebellions against monarchical regimes .
Within this revolt Fernando VII is kidnapped and held in Cádiz where he will not be released until he signs a commitment on his part regarding liberal ideas. They will return the power but you will have to accept and respect the liberal laws. The end of that war was the restitution to power of Fernando VII who will re-establish an absolutist government, although he will fulfill his treaty with the liberal group. Thus ends the Ominous Decade , with the return of peace and calm.