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The future is only 34 days away Anonymous 11/27/2020 (Fri) 07:43:05 Id: e01a7c No. 5035 [Reply]
Now that the end of 2020 is five weeks away, as is the start of 2021, how many future predictions have come to fruition by the closure of this historic number change? So many predictions made in the past with these exact numbers in mind, how many technological predictions, movies and books have been right in their choice to pick this very exact year for their prophecies? Other years are also welcome, of course, as are past failed predictions for the development of technology and potential failed future ones.
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>>7514 Especially in Canada
>>9225 >The future is only one Planck time unit away at any given moment, really. Couldn't have said it any gayer than this.
>>5035 >how many future predictions have come to fruition by the closure of this historic number change Who gives a shit. None of your (((transhumanist))) prediction charts matter.

Adolf Hitler: Birthday! Anonymous 04/20/2021 (Tue) 14:53:31 Id: 000000 No. 8898 [Reply] [Last]
Adolf Hitler, born on April 20th, 1889 in Braunau am Inn, Austria, was chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945, serving as leader of theNational Socialist German Workers Party.
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>>9213 I don't disagree with that, I do agree that Judaism as a religion is fucking cancerous, and I would say the same about other Abrahamic religions including Islam and Christianity with Christianity being the least harmful of the three. I agree that practicioners of the two other religions are indeed acting like a gang, but you're still missing my point. My point was against how Nazis did it to begin with. I'm saying that if you want to fight those "gangs" as you call them, and those "gangs" I'm not trying to mock you, I just think that "gang" might not be the best name to call it but I get your point have a tendency to take over your structures of power, you cannot fight them by centralizing the structures of power even more. If the problem is with criminals hiding their criminality and avoiding the law by hiding in positions of power, it isn't really possible to apply the law towards them, simply beause they have the resources and power to actually avoid that. If you try to do it by centralization of power you are creating a structure for more abuse of power either by the criminals of the same gangs who can infiltrate it again, or by other people who become criminals and act the same way because it is profitable to do so.
>>9216 Well I don't approve of nazis or the tactics they used. It was a successful political strategy to gain control over a country saddled with impossible reparations denbts, and Hjalmar Schact's monetary policy was a brilliant move, but the ultimate result of the nazis was horrible for the world. The only ultimate victors were the zionists, who got their Israel out of the deal, and the globalists who managed to get a UN that features US participation where the League of Nations had failed. Imperfect as it may be, at least a decent attempt was made at the outset to set up the US to be mostly decentralized and to use elaborate systems of checks to keep various parts of governments competing with each other so as to not revert to one big gang. I suppose that's nearing the end of the road these days. No structure at all is also known as anarchy, and anarchy always leads to gangs and warlords anyway, so it seems as though it's an eternal struggle no matter what. If you don't have the rule of law anymore, then that's the kind of collapse of civilization to expect.
>>9230 >Well I don't approve of nazis or the tactics they used. We don't disagree then. I agree with literally everything you have said in this post. I too think that US was probably the best attempt at decentralization of power that has been created, and a succesful one at that, but unfortunately it seems that over time it started reverting back to a strong centralized power. I am not an anarchist either, I know that the state is a necessary evil, I'm simply in favor of heavy decentralization of power.

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trump fundraising thread Anonymous 04/06/2021 (Tue) 04:01:07 Id: b86516 No. 8690 [Reply] [Last]
Latest thing https://www.youtube(Please use archive.today)/watch?v=E-o0NAu1L5Y
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>>9078 >economic instability >supply chain disruptions >inventory shortages Not happening. They stole their rigged election from jew party A and gave it to jew party B. The chinkflu has already served its purpose and will be allowed to lapse now. There won’t be anything else happening.
>>8937 Retards like you can even find 8moe? LOL
>>9041 >Trump's accomplishments... are all invisible >a wall Your post begins with the premise that walls are invisible. You're an idiot, and nobody needs to waste their time reading the rest of your post. You call other people conspiracy theorists, but then think a giant wall that everyone can see, including its opponents, doesn't exist. You're insane. Or more likely, you're a literal shill, since there is no way anyone could make it through the spiral of more and more obscure websites until they end up here, while still believing the absurdities that you claim to believe. You are too ridiculous to come across as anything but disingenuous, and trying to start a reply by arguing that the wall doesn't exist is not going to help your case.

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Make America's Penis Great Again Anonymous 01/07/2021 (Thu) 02:57:46 Id: aff644 No. 6477 [Reply]
MAPGA best 22 seconds of news coverage the entire day today NGL wish this was my uncle
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Waiting for Foregen.
>>6477 funny how it's a bearded man with a non-weak nose is against circumcision to the point of protesting at capitol hill. Has his circumcision gone wrong?
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>>8459 circumcision is inherently wrong TBH this is probably the real reason Jan 6th got emergency false-flagged, to distract from the JQ shared by the thousands in attendance as they got bored waiting out in the cold

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I want to play the Black Lives Matter game Anonymous 11/30/2020 (Mon) 23:11:49 Id: 3ce598 No. 5149 [Reply] [Last]
- Give me a list of white people killed by cops where the cops were not convicted for the killing, or white people who died in police custody, where the cops were not found convicted for the death. Give priority to white people who were unarmed when they were killed, and those whose final interactions with police are recorded on camera. - Give me a list of white people who were falsely accused, or, better yet, falsely convicted of crimes they were not guilty of committing. Once we have the list, we can go out and start saying things like "white people are being sterotyped as criminals and are systematically targeted by police" and "it is a death sentence to be white in this country". Remember the same bullshit use of stories and statistics can work to reinforce this narrative for any race. There will always be unarmed men killed by cops, there will always be false convictions, and most of the deaths by cop we will be complaining about will be fully justified, even when the white man who died did so due to bum-rushing a police officer like an idiot. Now, as to what I want to achieve: I'm no dipshit, I know the media is against us, and there is no way we can do what blacks do, and definitely on that scale, but that is not what I am attempting to do. The fact is, is that if we put this rhetoric stuff out there enough, people will have to respond to it, and we can say the exact things that BLM say when called out "well, any time there is any injustice anywhere, it is something that should never have happened." They will mock us, and our points, the normies will never hear any of it, but those who reply will suffer cognitive dissonance, we keep going loud and this will be seriously spirit crushing for them. The truth is, we are having an effect on the leftists who deal with us, they keep suffering breakdowns and psychological crisis when they encounter a ballsy rejection of the essential fundamentals of their worldview. They have stereotypes and assumptions holding up their vision of reality, that, when sidestepped, hits them harder than a mac truck. Conservatives and Centrists play directly into these stereotypes and assumptions, legitimizing their worldview (such as claiming that they are not racist, thus accepting that racism is real and meaningful, and that racists are evil), we should do the opposite of that. Racism is a nonsense concept with no meaning, and racists aren't bad.

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>>8128 >I joked about larping as hadrian and sailing to israel wiht 60,000 men to fuck shit up and my friend said "fuck yeah bud." Based. >i was literally finishing his sentences on the adverse effects of western media. That's pretty crazy. All the mudslimes I've met have either been impossible to understand, mentally-retarded, or expressly anti-white. I suppose we do have a common enemy, though. Probably depends somewhat on their country of origin, too. >shit weather breeds good people. And good weather breeds shit people, if most of the rest of the country is any indication. I guess my perception of people in the Prairies is still distorted by my experiences in (((university))), so it's good to know the poz hasn't spread quite as far as I'd feared.
>>8129 >All the mudslimes I've met have either been impossible to understand, mentally-retarded, or expressly anti-white. keep in mind we're zoomshits in highschool. He was also pakistani. Very nice guy. >it's good to know the poz hasn't spread quite as far as I'd feared. My school is basically an anarchist paradise. Everyone on premises carries weapons in secret, everyone either buys or sells weed. I mean me, I just smoke darts around the KFC.
No one under 45 years old will ever know what freedom was and almost everyone under 55 will live to see the end of the USA.

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new edition Anonymous 07/02/2020 (Thu) 15:28:12 No. 966 [Reply]
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So anons, how do you feel about SISEA? Anonymous 12/21/2020 (Mon) 12:49:18 Id: 000000 No. 5754 [Reply]
More info: >Sens. Ben Sasse, R-Neb., and Jeff Merkley, D-Ore., introduced legislation that would impose a long list of new hurdles to clear for anyone seeking to upload pornographic content to the internet. Released on Friday, the legislation was just the latest of Congressional actions in response to concerns about sex trafficking victims being exploited through sites like Pornhub. After The New York Times published an expose on the issue, Pornhub implemented new reforms that included blocking any unverified content from their platform. >Sasse's and Merkley's bill, titled the Stop Internet Sexual Exploitation Act, would impose this restriction on all platforms and require consent forms to be uploaded for every individual appearing in the video. It would also mandate that sites hosting pornographic content prohibit video downloads, set up a 24-hour hotline for people to video removals, and require the removal of the videos within two hours of victims flagging them. https://archive.is/m21sN https://archive.is/c3CdQ Excerpts: >(2) the term ‘‘covered platform’’ means an online platform that hosts and makes available to the general public pornographic images; and (3) the term ‘‘pornographic image’’ means any visual depiction, including any photograph, film, video, picture, or computer or computer-generated image or picture, whether made or produced by electronic, mechanical, or other means, of sexually explicit conduct. (1) IN GENERAL—A covered platform shall require any user who uploads a pornographic image to the platform to verify (i) the identity of the user; and (ii) that the user is not less than the minimum age required to consent to sexual acts under the law of the State in which the user resides; and (B) upload a signed consent form from each individual appearing in the pornographic image that includes—(i) the name and electronic signature of the individual; (ii) a statement that the consent is for distribution of the specific pornographic image; and (iii) the geographic area for which the individual consents to distribution of the pornographic image. >(2) EFFECTIVE DATE; APPLICABILITY.—Paragraph (1) shall—(A) take effect on the date that is 14 days after the date of enactment of this Act; and (B) apply to any pornographic image uploaded to a covered platform before, on, or after that effective date. >(c) PROHIBITION ON DOWNLOADS.—On and after the date that is 90 days after the date of enactment of this Act, a covered platform may not permit the download to a retrievable data file of any pornographic image from the platform. https://archive.is/vPwqk https://www.sasse.senate(Please use archive.today)/public/_cache/files/331cad76-8a23-499f-83e9-c3fe322f408f/summary-stop-internet-sexual-exploitation-act-3-.pdf Got told to post this here instead of /v/ from Mark: >Why not post this on /pol/? This is important to /v/'s culture, but this isn't videogames on any level.

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SauceNAO admin asks the Canadian Center for Child Protection to pretty please stop uploading child porn https://archive.is/nJOuq https://archive.is/ePT6E
>>5763 >p*rn >CAPATIALIZATION AND EXCLMATION FOR EMPHASIS! You're in no position to lecture others about addiction, idolfag.

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Anonymous 10/14/2020 (Wed) 21:30:03 Id: 4326b6 No. 1821 [Reply]
Find legal ways white people can live without paying taxes. Ideally legally. Find ways they can stop giving their money to a system that uses their money to support those who hate white people and work against white interests. Find ways to make this appeal even to nonwhites, make it appeal to anyone who is simply dissatisfied with the establishment order. Make public knowledge out of how this can be done, give counseling to those individuals who want to participate, build communities a d resources to aid those who participate in this boycott. Make this into its own movement, make a community out of it, distance it from the "far right: and make it appeal to anyone who feels unhappy with the current establishment order. Not only not paying taxes and living without paying them, but also without buying anything from companies that support the current establishment narrative as well. Identifying these companies and promoting alternatives to them is the best practice. Make it happen, make it work.
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>>4943 I honestly wish I could live as a neet, but unfortunately I need to put food on my table as well.
I want to move to the countryside where shit is cheap. Anyone knows the best spot in Sachsen-Anhalt to get gibs without the jobcenter making you do work? Further I don't have a driver license, so I have to do some kind of compromise like using a moped instead.
>>5051 I also heard there's networks in Bavaria but I don't know of any. If anyone knows something let me know.

Anonymous 03/09/2021 (Tue) 16:42:35 Id: 3194fc No. 8295 [Reply]
how important is it to you that a woman knows how to cook well? would it be a deal breaker for you if she wasn't the best cook, even if she tries her best for you? asking for a friend.
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being a good cook isn't difficult by my standards, if she tries her best and its not good enough, she might be too retarded to raise children. you can pretty much tell everything you need to know about a woman by how she cooks. baking doesn't count, dumb worthless cunts still seem to be good at baking.
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>>8295 Here's the key part: >even if she tries her best for you? Cooking only gets better with practice. If that's the worst thing about her, your "friend" needs to buy her some cookbooks and give her the gift of a cooking class.
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>>8295 Most of the women I dated wanted me to cook because they were strong and independent. Needless to say I don't know those women anymore.

Suez Canal Crisis Anonymous 03/28/2021 (Sun) 20:53:20 Id: 0899f3 No. 8551 [Reply]
Why isn't any talking about the Suez Canal crisis? President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is considering moving the containers off the cargo ship. Do you understand how difficult and lengthy the process is gonna take? You need specialized heavy cranes to lift each 40 ton container and where are they gonna put all the containers? You can't just stack a bunch 40 ton containers in one spot on a fragile sandy desert with saltwater underneath the ground. The re-opening of Suez could take weeks or months if President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi decides to take this approach. https://archive.vn/FBXts
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The more important consideration is that it's suddenly become public knowledge that it's EASY AS FUCK for just about any idiot with a big boat to single-handedly cripple the world economy. Imagine a coordinated terrorist attack: two ships at the same time traverse the Panama Canal and Suez Canal, loaded with explosives, and then they scuttle. The one in Panama does so in the narrow area right before the locks, and the one in the Suez does so at the narrowest point. For probably months, no ships can pass either canal until the wreckage can be dismantled and removed.
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>>8551 The interesting thing is how this one fuck up of a ship crippled so much. >>8613 Exactly. Anyone that wants to shit on the world just needs to fuck up for few spots to cripple countries around the world.
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>>8552 That second one is pretty well done, points for actual shipness.

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The Rise of Neo-Feudalism Anonymous 05/12/2020 (Tue) 16:56:08 Id: 03e281 No. 133 [Reply]
The private capture of entire legal systems by corporate America goes far beyond neoliberalism. It evokes the private fiefdoms of the Middle Ages. > The history of the modern democratic state can be understood as a story of shifting authority and lawmaking, first from private potentates to sovereign monarchs, and then to publicly accountable democracies. Today, this centuries-long democratizing trend is rapidly being reversed. Western democracies are not simply embracing neoliberalism in the sense of deregulating the economy. Elites are pursuing something aptly described as a new form of feudalism, in which entire realms of public law, public property, due process, and citizen rights revert to unaccountable control by private business. > The system of finance, once supervised by bank regulatory agencies and the Securities and Exchange Commission, has been delegated to private realms of law. The financial collapse of 2008 is best understood as the seizure, corruption, and abuse of entire domains of regulation and jurisprudence. Laws to protect workers and consumers, reflecting 70 years of struggle to expand rights, are now erased by compulsory arbitration regimes. Trade law permits similar private tribunals to overturn or sidestep public regulation. Tech platform monopolies have created a proprietary regime where they can crush competitors and invade consumer privacy by means of onerous terms, often buried in online “terms of service” provisions. The unity of common scientific inquiry has been balkanized by confidentiality agreements and abuses of patents, as scientific knowledge comes to be “owned” by private entities. Companies like Monsanto, manipulating intellectual property and trade law, prevent farmers from following the ancient practice of keeping seeds for the next planting season. This is not deregulation or neoliberalism. It is legally sanctioned private jurisprudence—neo-feudalism.
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>>5776 >Under feudal governments, the relationship between vassal and lord was voluntary you mean the choice was submit to the king or enter in rebellion?
>muh neoliberalism I bet a marxist nigger wrote that. What happens today, that comes from start of the 20 century, is the state monopoly on money slowly creating a authoritarian state to sustain the failed system that tries to emulates a restricted capitalist system. Keynesian economics and MMT leads to that, because their are experiments set to fail. But no one in murica listened to the Austrian school until it was to late. it happened in latin america and many other places on the 20 century, its happening in the rest of the "rich" countries right now, only slower because the american dominating system used to be less interventionist than other shitholes, but it increased in that with time. the state sustain its corporatism system to sustain the status quo, that creates an unnatural ecosystem in a vicious cycle where the state keeps growing more and more interventionist and authoritarian to sustain itself, because of the economic cycles it manufactures in the emulated restricted capitalist system needs every time more and more state control to prevent bigger crisis (or to deal with the crises that creates), making the system every time more dependent of the state, creating a vicious cycle that ends bad. Its not going to end well, but the criptofinance world is already here ready to be the substitute for this aberration of fake capitalism and with luck, finally people will be able will to live in a free capitalist world.
>>5742 >shut up gook <a fucking leaf

where is fascist? Anonymous 06/28/2020 (Sun) 07:06:34 Id: 914e90 No. 936 [Reply]
where is /fascist/?
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>>936 The real question is why would you want to browse it.

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Is there anybody in here? Anonymous 04/25/2020 (Sat) 06:22:05 Id: 631fd8 No. 4 [Reply] [Last]
...We came in?
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Never seen that drawing before, is it your oc?
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>>4 I do believe that is a Pink Floyd reference.

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UK's new Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill Anonymous 03/18/2021 (Thu) 08:37:06 Id: e31eea No. 8401 [Reply]
A new bill has been passed through I'm sure you're all pleased to hear. In short among other things it greatly restricts protests in how they can act as it criminalizes “serious annoyance or inconvenience”, “serious disruption to the life of the community”, “serious disruption to the activities of an organization" which is all very vague and prone to abuse. It does have some positives ones being longer sentences for child killers. I'm interested in what your thoughts are on how this will effect protests or if there will really be any push back against it. I think protests are more going to be a show instead of an actual disruption removing the point of them really. I think the government wants to give the protesters a feeling of them being annoying without actually doing anything at all. Another step towards authoritarianism in UK.
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>>8452 >there is no will in the royal family to take control A dictator who chooses not to dictate very much is still a dictator. He's just dictated that other people take care of a lot of the work for him, until he decides to step in again.
believing that individuals with power in the State, aka the political class and oligarchies (today big corps) has the best interest of the nation in their heads and not their self interests, says a lot about you, living under the illusion of the altruistic state. once you realize that this is all an illusion to keep you under their leash, paying taxes to sustain their monopoly of violence and money, and that the entity of the State just exist to oppress trough this type of violence, you can start to realize that there is not collective good of the people or collective good of the nation, only the good of individuals and all altruistic bullshit is that, bullshit, they just want to rob your shit for them.
>>8401 They can 'ban' protests all they like it won't stop anyone who's motivated enough.

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Alternatives for BLM companies Anonymous 11/16/2020 (Mon) 19:14:59 Id: e20122 No. 4763 [Reply]
https://infsan7lch6eyzvbbw6653623acouugks7nn6sqzkretk2o7srphxhyd.onion.ws/pol2/res/89.html#135 ITT finding alternatives for BLM companies The list of these companies: 23andme: https://archive.is/Mjbwk 72andSunny: https://archive.is/B1x7Y Abbey Road Studios: https://archive.is/AJlrg The Academy (the Oscars): https://archive.is/cNRYf Activision Blizzard: https://archive.is/qfRJ1 Adidas: https://archive.is/ezQ22 Airbnb: https://archive.is/GmMjl Alaska Airlines: https://archive.is/wnICf Amazon: https://archive.is/lBR4u American Airlines: https://archive.is/XBwhw American Express: https://archive.is/kzWXa American Apparel: https://archive.is/ETfYw Apple Music: https://archive.is/cj97E

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>>4833 Care to elaborate?
>>8423 Anything that bans (((hate speech))) is jewish.

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As Institutionalized Incompetence Glows, Biden is a Figure for the Transition Into a New World Order Anonymous 02/10/2021 (Wed) 22:14:41 Id: b48a89 No. 7895 [Reply]
As you may have noticed, I’m very concerned with understanding what is going on here on planet earth. I’ve worked through most of it, but there are still some questions where you just kind of hit a wall. Because of restrictions on information, you just can’t get to the bottom of it. The question of the day is this: are the US intelligence agencies and the Democrat Party totally moronic, or is there is an underlying plan of action? I have come to the tentative conclusion that the American government bureaucracy has more or less stopped working correctly, and that other forces outside of Washington, DC are now making the big decisions. What we do know is that the coronavirus hoax was executed perfectly, globally. However, who did the coronavirus hoax?
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What the actual fuck are you people talking about?
Why nobody in the thread mentions Rothschild's and Rockefeller's?
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>>8157 And? Mailing in ballots is still a gateway to fraud... which is exactly what happened.

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