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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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Biden removes sunshine Anonymous 01/25/2021 (Mon) 23:50:23 Id: dbb324 No. 7379 [Reply]
Reposting from /v/: https://www.federalregister. gov/documents/2021/01/25/2021-01767/revocation-of-certain-executive-orders-concerning-federal-regulation https://archive.vn/4FPIZ >By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, it is hereby ordered that: >Section 1. Policy. It is the policy of my Administration to use available tools to confront the urgent challenges facing the Nation, including the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, economic recovery, racial justice, and climate change. To tackle these challenges effectively, executive departments and agencies (agencies) must be equipped with the flexibility to use robust regulatory action to address national priorities. This order revokes harmful policies and directives that threaten to frustrate the Federal Government's ability to confront these problems, and empowers agencies to use appropriate regulatory tools to achieve these goals. >Sec. 2. Revocation of Orders. Executive Order 13771 of January 30, 2017 (Reducing Regulation and Controlling Regulatory Costs), Executive Order 13777 of February 24, 2017 (Enforcing the Regulatory Reform Agenda), Executive Order 13875 of June 14, 2019 (Evaluating and Improving the Utility of Federal Advisory Committees), Executive Order 13891 of October 9, 2019 (Promoting the Rule of Law Through Improved Agency Guidance Documents), Executive Order 13892 of October 9, 2019 (Promoting the Rule of Law Through Transparency and Fairness in Civil Administrative Enforcement and Adjudication), and Executive Order 13893 of October 10, 2019 (Increasing Government Accountability for Administrative Actions by Reinvigorating Administrative PAYGO), are hereby revoked. The White House no longer has to publish executive orders or provide an explanation behind their policies and procedures, supposedly to fight racial injustice, the downward economy, and climate change. One revoked order is 13892 https://www.federalregister. gov/documents/2019/10/15/2019-22624/promoting-the-rule-of-law-through-transparency-and-fairness-in-civil-administrative-enforcement-and https://archive.vn/UnHpG >Executive Order 13892 >Promoting the Rule of Law Through Transparency and Fairness in Civil Administrative Enforcement and Adjudication >Section 1. Policy. The rule of law requires transparency. Regulated parties must know in advance the rules by which the Federal Government will judge their actions. The Administrative Procedure Act (APA), 5 U.S.C. 551 et seq., was enacted to provide that “administrative policies affecting individual rights and obligations be promulgated pursuant to certain stated procedures so as to avoid the inherently arbitrary nature of unpublished ad hoc determinations.” Morton v. Ruiz, 415 U.S. 199, 232 (1974). The Freedom of Information Act, America's landmark transparency law, amended the APA to further advance this goal. The Freedom of Information Act, as amended, now generally requires that agencies publish in the Federal Register their substantive rules of general applicability, statements of general policy, and interpretations of law that are generally applicable and both formulated and adopted by the agency (5 U.S.C. 552(a)(1)(D)). The Freedom of Information Act also generally prohibits an agency from adversely affecting a person with a rule or policy that is not so published, except to the extent that the person has actual and timely notice of the terms of the rule or policy (5 U.S.C. 552(a)(1))...

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>>8065 > You're not gonna beat a legacy-name board until the BO goes full Kampfy. And I hope to GOD that don't turn into that Roach (First of all by trying to take the /animu/ philosophy of "taking it easy", though the spambots not helping).
>>8065 The power of tradition never ceases to amaze.
>>8078 >The power of tradition never ceases to amaze. You're on a site full of autistic people (who as a rule hate change and like things to be similar) primarily lured here by the fact they have nowhere else to talk about how the entertainment industry has degraded and actively tarnishes what existed beforehand. Not to mention people invoking white heritage and legacy all the time.

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Democrats and RINOs try to screw America with a $900 billion stimulus Anonymous 12/22/2020 (Tue) 23:06:28 Id: c0358f No. 5785 [Reply]
An almost 6,000 page stimulus bill which nobody could've read thoroughly is trying to be pushed through. Where most of the money is going to foreign countries while we just get $600 for our troubles. An obvious trap for Donald Trump where if he signs it, his base will hate him and if he doesn't, they'll send the mainstream media after him. I'm sure Trump won't sign and just veto it because he's the guy that said he'd sign a $1,200 check sent to Americans if it was clean with no pork, which a lot of leftist with their goldfish memory seem to forget about. Here's a warning to Democrats and RINOs alike: if this passes, expect a tax revolt like no other. Remember "Taxation without representation." Your stupid fucking games are inching us closer to full blown civil war and that is no exaggeration. If you push that button, you better have the best security for your mansions. I'm not saying I'll do it personally but I know a ton of frustrated Americans that'll do it because anger for the government is at a boiling point and it's about to overflow.
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>>7891 >most people will continue to do things, working to improve their community and the lives of the people they care about. It's not that they like the work, it's that they like the results they hope to get from the work.
>>8073 Is this the new niggerpill tactic?
Americans used to think hippies were lazy fruits for dropping out during the Vietnam War, but maybe the hippies had the right idea after all. If you can't change a corrupt system, why be a part of it?

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Idea to get rolling 01/03/2021 (Sun) 02:43:40 Id: 26ecbd No. 6048 [Reply]
Just an idea, a good means to redpill normies, something that needs to be out of big tec reach. Need compile and input on the following -The Great reset (all of it, plans, the higher ups involvement -2020 Eelction Fraud -COVID (origin from Wuhan China, lab, and the Political push -Location pol related (Such as AUSPOL) -China's involvement with Big tech (give them reasons to delete facebook - Fun stuff, memes, music of videos Don't just go pure doomer here -Internet Archives (Because Big tech deletes and censors all the time, Wayback machine and archive.is is will help and you can download the HTML) Additional ideas or suggestions are opened What's the next step? 1) Install the content in a flash USB drive (Size will deoendent on the content size too, videos will be the size hog 2) Just casually wander like you do average normal life things, ( Incognito is key, just anyone within range with yourself is fine, don't link it too close to home though ) 3) Slip the USB in the mail box (Male sure you have gloves on when doing this as well as touching it overrall, make sure it's someone who isn't home as well that that doesn't have a Camera as mentioned Incognito is key, additionally if rain, just wrapped it up in a small plastic bag 4) The Human curiosity will do the rest (Who would go through this effort just to mail me this USB drive?

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Install, download, transfer,, Drag and paste, you get the idea
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>>6051 Sorry this system doesn't detect qniggers. Donnie cucked hard today and during the entirety of his presidency. I suggest you take a brown pill till neocons find a new kiked up cuck for you to support.>>6051
>>6048 We had threads like this regarding leaving a usb stick somewhere in 8/pol - does anyone remember the name of those threads? I can find an archive.

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Dr. Steve Pieczenik predictions for next 7 days. Anonymous 01/14/2021 (Thu) 05:26:40 Id: 4c6806 No. 6957 [Reply]
I don't care for AJ since he's a mossad owned tart. Steve however has street cred. https://www.bitchute(Please use archive.today)/video/uifwEQ6dFmL8/
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>>8015 You solid anon. Good luck!
>>8015 Join the Libertarian National Socialist party to make frens.
>>6957 >>6958 We should move to >>>/liberty/

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The Importance of the US Military Anonymous 02/02/2021 (Tue) 21:12:15 Id: c41145 No. 7720 [Reply]
Penny for your thoughts (Hello, I just arrived from Leddit, please bully me)s https://(Webm, use an alternative platform, or use https://instances.invidio.us/)/yyv3A7R9YCg
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>>7781 The rise of all the QAnon bullshit made me completely aware that a large portion of the voting public could easily be convinced to vote for a literal ghost. A anonymous presence that doesn't actually exist, just tweets and throws out cryptic messages every once in a while. Never appears on TV, nobody's ever seen or heard of him, doesn't have any sort of recorded past. Just a voice of faux revolution whispering to the retards that if they just sign away the rest of their rights (and I mean employee rights, not the right to own guns and shit) they'll be taken care of because they're the "chosen" people.
>>7890 Pretty obvious thread derail there shill.
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Pets = Inhumane and Animal Abuse = Humane Anonymous 06/16/2020 (Tue) 00:04:29 Id: ff447a No. 794 [Reply]
The reason why veganism and favoring other animals ("I love dogs/cats more than humans") in general is so popular nowadays is because of the idea that is wrong abuse an animal i.e. kill it in a natural way. If you kill it then special toys have to be used and it can only be certain animals. This creates a socially and dietary unhygienic effect where as people preserve other carnivores and defend herbivores out of neurological parasitism/confusion. Another aspect are all of the humanizing animal cartoons/books/plays we are exposed to in our youth along with receiving lacking or incorrect information about how animals behave, such as the idea that most herbivores are unwilling to eat meat or blood and that we are capable of eating akin to herbivore with plant food being said to be a necessary staple and not filler.
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>>7075 Indeed. >>7986 Women that have cats are better because they lack the same insecurity of women with big dogs, and the same delusion of women with small ugly dogs that act as baby replacements. Cats are independent predators, a woman that loves cats will appreciate a man.
>>794 ... I do not comprehend this. I for one appreciate cats and dogs (and many other animals) more than niggers. But, I would appreciate a fellow Aryan more.

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Trump concession speech leaked Anonymous 12/16/2020 (Wed) 18:22:26 Id: 0a0b36 No. 5625 [Reply]
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The Secret History of the Shadow Campaign That Saved the 2020 Election https://archive.fo/HV8L5 >Trump was right, there was a conspiracy unfolding behind the scenes, one that both curtailed the protests and coordinated the resistance from CEOs. >Both surprises were the result of an informal alliance between left-wing activists and business titans. >The pact was formalized in a terse, little-noticed joint statement of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and AFL-CIO published on Election Day.
>>7803 TL;DR >Lobbyists and politicians started back in 2019 rewriting laws and putting forth plans to change how the election was conducted and processed >Practically forced social media companies to crack down on ANYTHING that didn't promote their agenda >Paid news organizations to state that everything Trump says is "illegitimate" or "incorrect >Made voting, mail-in votes, and the new laws all about "racial justice", especially thanks to the Floyd riots >Managed to have half of the counted votes being the "mail-in votes" >Actually set up insurgency networks to immediately start rioting at the press of a button if things didn't go as planned >Outright admit that Trump won the election, but couldn't allow it to be aired on any public outlet, so forced every outlet to acknowledge "Biden's legitimacy" >Called upon previously said insurgents to overwhelm and doxx everyone who wanted to observe the vote tally in-person >Stalked and harassed any politicians who are sympathetic to Trump >Everything would have come crashing down, and Trump would still be president IF the protestors at the January 6 March on Washington HAD NOT stood down and returned home >The group who orchestrated all of this has now "disbanded", but they're still communicating and planning for any future elections >Special thanks to George Floyd and RINOs, for their help made all this possible <DEMOCRACY
Trump found not guilty, again: https://archive.vn/3D2Iw

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Learn Modern Israeli Hebrew (Ivrit) Anonymous 02/02/2021 (Tue) 14:54:33 Id: e03e90 No. 7701 [Reply]
Sun Tsu said that warfare consists primarily of disrupting the plans of the enemy. Thus: ITT we discuss the study of the language of the oppresson.
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>>7701 They must be killed. Their culture eradicated, along with their language. Any non-violent approach is a waste of time.
>>7709 I think that's what OP is trying to achieve.

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IMHO there's not much to be gained by studying modern Hebrew. It's not like they're sharing some profound, original thoughts in their super-secret raghead code. It's all information that they stole from your culture where it was written much more clearly. And it usually boils down to the same fucking thing: "Poor me. I should get money for nothing because I'm special." Jews can never be a fully literate society, because they are parasites and use language primarly to obfuscate and hide the truth rather than to communicate. You have textbooks that are obfuscated to keep black kids from learning math. Imageboards spammed with CP and scat porn to keep goyim from talking to each other. Computer programs full of boilerplate to keep people from writing their own software. But all this concealment can backfire on the Jews themselves. The omitting of vowels is a great example of this. It keeps the goyim from knowing what you're saying, but there is no longer enough information in the text to reconstruct the message. So now you're dependent on an oral tradition like a bunch of fucking cavemen squatting around a campfire. As parasites they are best at looking for loopholes in documents written by other people. Original writing is not a priority. They really like "automatic writing", where you just shut your brain off and scribble away until X amount of space is filled. If you want to get into Harvard or be promoted in the Communist party you have to run a good automatic writing game. They all worship the idea of being a scholar, but do not confuse love of the idea of being a reader with love of reading. The Jews are encouraged to read because their spiritual leaders' solution to everything is to read Torah. Wife's cucking you? Read Torah. Got mugged by a schwarzer? Read Torah. Hemorrhoids acting up? Read Torah. So do they do it? Not really. They like watching TV. They like misquoting the people they need to in order to get straight As ("Sun Tsu said that warfare consists primarily of disrupting the plans of the enemy!"). But their underlining all ends after the first chapter. They really don't enjoy reading and writing.

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