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roaches are free game says haftar Anonymous 05/24/2020 (Sun) 17:02:25 Id:96a8f4 No. 299 [Reply]

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Industrial society and its future Anonymous 05/18/2020 (Mon) 04:30:54 Id:84f076 No. 244 [Reply]
The two psychological tendencies that underlie mo- dern leftism we call “feelings of inferiority” and “over- socialization”. Feelings of inferiority are characteristic of modern leftism as a whole, while oversocialization is cha- racteristic only of a certain segment of modern leftism; but this segment is highly influential. By “feelings of inferiority” we mean not only infe- riority feelings in the strict sense but a whole spectrum of related traits; low self-esteem, feelings of powerless- ness, depressive tendencies, defeatism, guilt, self-hatred, etc. We argue that modern leftists tend to have some such feelings (possibly more or less repressed) and that these feelings are decisive in determining the direction of mo- dern leftism. 11. When someone interprets as derogatory almost any- thing that is said about him (or about groups with whom he identifies) we conclude that he has inferiority feelings

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>>244 I would also look into Archeofuturism by Guillaume Faye
I recommend that all anons check out the following to really diversify their anti-tech thought - >The Technological Society by Jacques Ellul >Can Life Prevail by Pentti Linkola >Man and Technics by Oswald Spengler Ellul in particular is fantastic and Kaczynski himself admits that he was a massive influence on him, as is clear from reading Ellul's books on this matter.

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With School Trips to Poland Canceled, Could the Coronavirus Affect the Memory of the Holocaust? Anonymous 04/30/2020 (Thu) 14:24:33 Id:304ebd No. 37 [Reply]
NO KIKE AUSCHWITZ TOURS TO SEE GRANDPA LAMPSHADE > Israel's Education Ministry canceled Holocaust commemoration trips to Poland for high-school students due to the coronavirus pandemic. Some worry that the memory of the Shoah could become blurred > Even before Israel closed its borders to international flights in March because of the coronavirius crisis, the Education Ministry announced that it was canceling Holocaust commemoration trips to Poland by high-school students this spring. Its announcement was in late February, when it still seemed possible the trips might be reinstated after Passover. Now the ministry has canceled the summer delegations too, until September for the time being. > It remains unclear when the trips might resume. Even when they do, the number of families able to foot the bill for the children to travel (it isn’t covered by the state) is liable to drop precipitously because of the anticipated recession. Also, the Education Ministry itself will likely have its budget slashed. > In 2018, about 40,000 Israeli pupils flew to Poland for the commemoration trip, up sharply from 18,000 a decade earlier. One reason is because air fares were significantly lower: about 5,000 shekels ($1,400) per pupil; also, the ministry subsidized students in need. > The ministry says that about half the students in both secular and religious high schools go each year. “In other words, the trips to Poland have become mainstream, and are almost mandatory for Jewish Zionist students, not only from Kfar Sava and Tel Aviv (relatively wealthy cities) but from all of Israeli society,” says Uri Meiselman, a musician, tour guide for Poland and a member of the Dror Israel educational movement. > The trips to Poland have become a key method to commemorate the Holocaust among the young. Substituting them with some other activity requires thought, preparation, and mainly, budgets. > The families finance the trips. The cost to them covers preparations before the trip: lectures, frontal teaching and visits to the Yad Vashem Holocaust History Museum. Schools from economically stressed areas won’t foot the bill to take the children for a trip inside Israel to mark the Holocaust: “The government has to decide to pay for that,” says Hagai Gross, director of the Education Ministry Society and Youth Administration, who is in charge of the trips to Poland. Yet regarding a potential domestic Israeli substitute for the trip to Poland, Gross admits frankly: “We aren’t there yet.” > Ministry officials hope that the commemoration trips will be reinstated after the summer, and suggests that delegations that missed trips in spring and summer go this fall instead, assuming it’s possible.

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>>44 >he was in a death camp goyim >and then they death marched him >to another DEATH camp, goy >he's alive Fuck, I hate these vile creatures.
>>153 Yeah but you're forgetting the six gorillian that died along the way. I thought that was funny, by the way, what you said.
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>>37 I dunno, my mandatory high-school trip to Lolschwitz was what opened my eyes for the first time. The dispassionate polack giving the tour along with the nonsense he spewed and how absolutely tiny it was, was what made me realize that none of it could have happened. Of particular note was the tour of the medical facilities for the inmates and their stories. Anybody with half a brain visiting Auschwitz must become red-pilled to the holohoax, since you can see with your very own eyes what the place looked like. Also, the Poles have kept Auschwitz in an appropriate state of absolute disrepair. The whole place feels like a bad, decrepit theme park. But then again, bulldozing all the "death camps" would definitely help forgetting all about this big old jewish lie.

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Whats your opinion of Venezuelan mercenary coup? Anonymous 05/16/2020 (Sat) 07:33:21 Id:6a2366 No. 205 [Reply]
Personally I think it was real for people involved. But it is false flag or misdirection for USA. Whole plot is really dumb, there is no word what was their plan. How do they plan on achieving it. They tweeted and broadcasted their intentions. It almost seems like too stupid to be true. But this isnt first time this has happened. Operation red dog or baoy of pigs was even more idiotic. They even invited journalist whit them. Then there was once attempt where people involved invited CBS camera crew whit them. So stupid plan by mercenaries and telling everyone about their plan go hand in hand. But operation red dog targeted nation next to Granada, place that USA invaded two year later. And everyone involved whit operation red dog got only three years of prison time. So it is quite likely operation gideon is just misdirection or eventual casusbeli to invade Venezuela.

MASSIVE CHIMPOUT IMMINENT! GET IN HERE! Anonymous 05/07/2020 (Thu) 23:00:25 Id:b1bcf2 No. 77 [Reply]
I know this site is still finding it's legs but why hasn't anyone made a thread for the Georgia shooting yet? Two white guys, a father and son, shot a black jogger in the street. I know there is more to it but those are the very basic details that everyone will be talking about. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=coLXSfVCBAk MSM article: https://archive.is/F5489
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>>147 Ah, that was a couple days ago. Some 20 year old dindu. Unsurprisingly most articles about it seem to be local based. I would have thought to see more, but I guess it doesn't support the narrative or it's not big enough to warrant their attention
>>147 I didn't hear about this. Lol, dumb nog. What is it with our enemies and feeling the need to impersonate us?
>>77 Killing niggers simply for existing is a good thing and more people need to do that on a daily basis. And glowniggers will call me a glownigger for pointing out that truth.

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Anonymous 05/11/2020 (Mon) 18:45:26 Id:01883e No. 119 [Reply]
I've been digging on the spread of info surrounding the use of hydroxychloroquine to treat covid-19 and it seems to begin with an israeli intelligence operation. https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2020/04/24/rise-fall-trumps-obsession-with-hydroxychloroquine/ I started with this article and began to dig further. >March 16: Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweets a link to a March 13 paper suggesting that the anti-malarial drug chloroquine might be effective at treating covid-19. >That evening, Gregory Rigano, one of the authors of the paper Musk linked, appears on Laura Ingraham’s Fox News show. He says that hydroxychloroquine can “just get rid of [the virus] completely." https://twitter.com/RiganoESQ If you go back to Rigano's tweets before the pandemic you will see that he mostly tweets about Tesla which is likely how Elon Musk is aware of him. He also tweets heavily about cryptocurrency which connects him to the next person that I will mention. >Rigano, though, is an attorney, not a doctor. He'd written the paper with the help of James Todaro, an ophthalmologist and tech investor. It was identified as having been written “in consultation with Stanford University School of Medicine” — but Stanford publicly denied any link. The document linked by Musk was later removed from Google Docs for violating the company's terms of service. https://twitter.com/JamesTodaroMD James Todaro is a managing partner of Blocktown Capital. Blocktown Capital is a cryptocurrency hedge fund with connections to Black Cube. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Cube Black Cube is an israeli intelligence agency that specializes in asset tracing.
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>>124 of course tucker would help promote the israeli intelligence operation along with the rest of fox. where did I even imply that he wasn't pushing the kike operation?
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(White) 2-Year-Old Boy Allegedly Beaten By His (adulterous white) Mother’s (black bisexual pedophile) Boysexfriend - Dies Anonymous 05/08/2020 (Fri) 14:22:11 Id:a51269 No. 96 [Reply]
NEW KENSINGTON, Pa. (KDKA) – A 2-year-old boy allegedly beaten by his mother’s boysexfriend has died. He was found unresponsive last month at a home on Fifth Avenue in New Kensington. He was taken to Children’s Hospital in Pittsburgh and has been there until his death. Police arrested Keith Lilly Jr. earlier this month. He faces charges of aggravated assault and endangering the welfare of children. Investigators say Lilly attacked the child, Mikel Fetterman, leaving him with a fractured skull, a brain bleed, significant bruising, bodily injuries to the eyes and mouth, other fractures in the process of healing and indications of past sexual abuse. Neighbor Shannell Felton told KDKA she knew the little boy well. “He’s loving, shows a lot of care, just a kid, just a 2-year-old little boy,” said Felton. http://newnation.org/

(((Think Tanks))) Push War with Iran Anonymous 04/30/2020 (Thu) 14:16:19 Id:871e27 No. 35 [Reply]
>Since the global Covid-19 pandemic began, a cluster of U.S. think tanks has been aggressively lobbying the Trump administration to escalate militarily toward Iran and tighten U.S. sanctions. This push has come despite warnings that such sanctions are worsening the death toll of Iran’s outbreak, which is one of the worst in the world. The think tanks leading this effort—the Foundation for Defense of Democracies (FDD) and American Enterprise Institute (AEI)—have cranked out non-stop statements, research documents, videos and media appearances since the crisis began. They are not shouting into the wind, but speaking directly to an administration that has proven willing to act upon their words. >In the 47 days since March 11, when the World Health Organization declared Covid-19 a global pandemic, the FDD has posted 56 articles, podcast interviews and videos on its website which either demonize Iran as a uniquely bad actor or urge the United States to take a confrontational posture towards the country. While the steady stream of anti-Iran invectives is not new, the insistence that the Covid-19 crisis builds their case is. One piece from April 14, for example, argues that the crisis strengthens the case for “regime change,” because it will diminish “the regime’s credibility even further and add fuel to the outrage and anger that have been building for years.” The unproven theory that mass suffering will accelerate an uprising against the government has long been used to justify a host of punishing U.S. policies against the Iranian people, including sanctions—a form of collective punishment has only unleashed poverty and premature death upon ordinary people. >Yet, throughout the crisis, the FDD has published a flurry of materials arguing that the United States must not let up sanctions during the pandemic. The organization is funded by pro-Israel billionaires and started out in 2001 as an explicitly pro-Israel organization called EMET (Hebrew for truth). Since the pandemic began, it has published written and video posts that include: “Tehran Can Afford to Fight Covid-19 Even Without Sanctions Relief,” “The Coronavirus Is Absolutely No Excuse To Lift Sanctions on Iran” and “Humanitarian channels to Iran continue to be wide open.” In a March 27 video, Mark Dubowitz, the chief executive of FDD, released a video arguing that “the Iranian people know that this is the wrong time to give sanctions relief.” >In fact, doctors in Iran have been begging the Trump administration for relief from sanctions, which are cutting off critical medical supplies, like ventilators, leading to an increase in Covid-19 deaths. While humanitarian exemptions technically exist on paper, they are rendered largely meaningless by a difficult-to-navigate web of sanctions, as well as threats and intimidation from the Trump administration, which have scared global banks and firms from doing business with Iran. Researchers were warning that sanctions were causing a shortage in medical supplies before the outbreak began: As Human Rights Watch said on April 6, “these exemptions have failed to offset the strong reluctance of U.S. and European companies and banks to risk incurring sanctions and legal action by exporting or financing exempted humanitarian goods.” >Hoda Katebi, an Iranian-American community organizer with the No War Campaign, told In These Times that the FDD’s role is “wildly ruinous—there's no nicer way to put it.” According to Katebi, “You'd think a humanitarian crisis would be a time when war hawks pause rather than ramp up their project. It is telling what their goal is. With all their talk about wanting to help the Iranain people, it’s very clear it's quite the contrary.” >Amid calls for sanctions relief, the Trump administration has only dug in more, with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo issuing a statement on March 18 announcing a new round of sanctions that “will deprive the regime of critical income from its petrochemical industry and further Iran’s economic and diplomatic isolation.” This was soon followed by the Trump administration’s intervention to block an emergency $5 billion loan to Iran from the International Monetary Fund (a position the FDD also supported). But this did not satisfy the FDD. On April 23, a group of “experts and formal officials” signed a letter to Trump urging his administration to “double down on the maximum pressure campaign.” Of the 50 people who signed, 22 were from the FDD, according to a report in the conservative publication The National Interest. >Cavan Kharrazian, international program researcher for the Center for Economic and Policy Research, told In These Times, “Their letter echoes the State Department's categorically false line that these broad economic sanctions have no humanitarian effects. Despite claiming that their ‘hearts go out’ to the Iranian people, they actively contribute to an extremely dangerous foreign policy that harms millions of ordinary Iranians and pushes us closer to escalating military conflict.” This danger is underscored by Trump’s April 22 claim that, “I have instructed the United States Navy to shoot down and destroy any and all Iranian gunboats if they harass our ships at sea”—a reference to the U.S. Navy's Fifth Fleet in the Persian Gulf. >One of the signatories is the FDD’s senior advisor Richard Goldberg, who worked in the Trump administration from 2019 to 2020 while he was also at the FDD. When serving as Trump’s national security advisor, John Bolton created a job just for Goldberg: “director for countering Iran’s weapons of mass destruction.” As Bloomberg reports, “The goal was to counter what Bolton saw as a desire at the departments of State and Treasury to weaken the ‘maximum pressure’ campaign against Iran.” While Goldberg served on the National Security Council, he remained on the salary of the FDD. >Goldberg’s double role is not the only evidence of a close relationship between the FDD and the Trump administration. When Iran declared in August 2019 that it was imposing sanctions on the FDD and Dubowitz for “unilateral and illegal economic terrorism,” Pompeo came to the think tank’s defense. “The U.S. does not take these threats lightly, and will hold the regime and its ‘apparatuses’ to account,” he tweeted. On April 17, Juan Zarate, Chairman of the FDD’s “Center on Economic and Financial Power,” appeared on a roundtable, organized by the Center for a New American Security (CNAS), alongside Andrea Gacki, director of the Office of Foreign Assets Control for the U.S. Department of the Treasury, where he argued in favor of U.S. sanctions. Among the FDD’s biggest funders is billionaire and Home Depot co-founder Bernard Marcus, who was one of Trump’s largest donors in 2016 and has been clear about his fervent belief that “Iran is the devil,” as Eli Clifton reported.

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Waking Up 4cuck Anonymous 05/04/2020 (Mon) 03:25:21 Id:476e79 No. 46 [Reply]
The jannies on 4cuck are over playing their hands and they are starting to get sloppy with their bans. Now is a great time to get anons to move to other sites. Post examples of jannies talking shit about /pol/, discord raids, slide threads being left up, and good posts being deleted. We don't need to convince anons to leave 4cuck, only to use alternative sites as well. Make it absolutely clear to the 4chan community that their administration is against them.
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>giving even the tinest squirt of shit about the retards on cuckchan might as well go and try to "wake up" the redditors, tumblrfags and twitterniggers too. they made their bed, let them die in it
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>>46 >We don't need to convince anons to leave 4cuck, only to use alternative sites as well. But I want them to stay there, in their containment. And I guarantee they already use other sites. Like reddit. And twitter. And 8kun.
>>51 At least that's the one advantage of 8kun, they can be the "fall-guy" to any of the fags crossposting.

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Secure our future Anonymous 04/26/2020 (Sun) 07:27:20 Id:21e0be No. 11 [Reply]
עלינו להבטיח את קיומם של עמנו ועתיד לילדים אשכנזים We must secure the existence of our people and a future for ashkenazi children. Heil Herzl!
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>>11 did this back in June


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