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Board description & Reulz n1x ##WQj+IL 03/04/2016 (Fri) 01:02:22 No. 6 [Reply] [Last]
Welcome to /dead/, the endless magical nihilist gulag. This is not 8/grim/, but it is the continuation 8/grim/. Think of it as partly an /r9k/ for anti-capitalists, partly /dprk/ with skeltals, and otherwise whatever you make of it.

Now in amazing Techni-nocolors!

1. Global rules apply
2. Please keep /r9k/-tier >tfw no gf shitposts to one thread (>>11). Capitalism is only one of the many, many reasons why you don't have a gf.
3. Meta posts belong in this thread
4. This is a #SAFE space_ for anarkiddies and nihilists; cheka yr authoritarian privilege fam
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>>924 0ch has been dead for a few years now....
>>918 libcom forum
>>924 0ch has been gone since March 2018¹ and n1x chose not to endorse any particular board after it went down.² ___ ¹ https://web.archive.org/web/20180304062617/https://0ch.io/ ² https://archive.arisuchan.jp/r/res/896.html
When you read the OP's pic what kind of a voice does the skeleton have when you read it?
>>1137 Like the voice on zombo.com

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Banners n 'shit n1x ##WQj+IL 03/04/2016 (Fri) 01:10:10 No. 7 [Reply] [Last]
Post yr banners for the board, and also flags if you have any suggestions. I'm going to be stealing more flags from /leftypol/ but if you have any requests post them here.

Banner size is 300x100 and must be under 200KB
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>>414 test
>>410 I really like this banner
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I made this a while back and forgot to post this here
>>702 nice

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Comrade 10/14/2020 (Wed) 01:30:18 No. 1154 [Reply] [Last]
why is /leftypol/ so retarded?
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>>1203 epic tankie meme bro
>>1203 >why can't we have a non-sectarian imageboard >also your ideology is le glowie cia bogeyman really makes one ponder
>>1203 black will be the new red, mark my words red symbolizes workerism and state communism, i.e. betrayal and lovecraftian horror of Capital revolutionizing itself black is for the losses in our hearts and our empty but non-surrendering flag. Black is actually subversive
>>1201 KEK the jannies were actually deleting all anti china posts too. The absolute state.

Who are you streaming for? Comrade 10/21/2020 (Wed) 06:50:58 No. 1210 [Reply] [Last]
Short zine about how cops use livestream footage and why is it okay to smash the smartphones of live streamers.

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Comrade 10/19/2020 (Mon) 21:49:35 No. 1196 [Reply] [Last]
can catboys be post-left :3 ? i mean wouldn't post-structuralists argue that terms like boy are abstract and have no real meaning?
I'll use my authority to allow them

Comrade 10/20/2020 (Tue) 11:44:34 No. 1199 [Reply] [Last]
doin praxis like im doin your mom
>>1199 bernie sanders is lib-tier my mane, get this out of my face!

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Comrade 07/01/2020 (Wed) 17:04:26 No. 617 [Reply] [Last]
>ctrl+f music <0 results. ITT We post music. Old Trees - Violent Resistance https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5q38GP4-GsI
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Some music for these turbulent times https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=haVaaDLwWvI Los Saicos-Demolicion (I read that is considered the origin of punk) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mbsUoTzByXE Kaos-Ayacucho Centro de Opresion (Ayacucho Oppression center) Some demos Kaos-Fosas comunes (Mass graves) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Te2F_dWlQ0 Autopsia-Sistema y poder (System and power) Pateando tu kara-Te detesto (I despise you) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uZgDhp5_C4I https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ioSxyQvPQdQ

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official rule 2 thread Comrade 03/04/2016 (Fri) 01:29:13 No. 11 [Reply] [Last]
official rule 2 thread
>2. Please keep /r9k/-tier >tfw no gf shitposts to one thread. Capitalism is only one of the many, many reasons why you don't have a gf.
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how do I get gf?
>>937 >I can tell you're childless. Having your own children changes you. god i fucking hate breeders and their clichéd bullshit
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>tfw no anarchist friends
>>1195 >Tfw no far-left friends >Tfw most of my coworkers are reactionary as fuck, openly proclaiming they voted for my country's far right party I want to get off this wild ride

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Comrade 10/18/2020 (Sun) 03:51:27 No. 1187 [Reply] [Last]
How does it feel to know retards like stupidpol or Angela Nagle stole the term "Post-left" from you?
literally who?

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History Comrade 09/20/2020 (Sun) 19:59:46 No. 1052 [Reply] [Last]
How should we relate to history? Is there any point to studying it? If yes, how should we go about it?
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>>1124 Can you recommend any works about this topic?
>>1144 if we talk about establishment of society/hierarchy i would suggest james c. scott's 'against the grain" and stuff by david graber
>>1145 this i think anthropology and history is really important for knowing what types of societal relationships there have been, how stable they were, and their conditions, in order to know what we should be able to expect of the world in the future. There's precedent for pretty unhierarchical societies among peoples that had direct access to their means of survival (abundant food, unbroken chains of traditional lifeways passed down, abundant shelter or good weather conditions). Sadly this is also exploitable, i think if history shows us anything it's that basically power begets power, and if surplus is able to be stored its able to be stolen or used beyond previous normal use (on this second point, e.g. building walls or lage ships out of your local forest rather than using it for housing your food/neighbors, fire wood, and shelter), and then those people can go on to take over more people and lands The scariest actually is the fact that domesticated people can be a surplus in themselves, and so anywhere where people live even if not super rich in resources can be subject to the same logic as exploiting rich natural resources. But on the flip side, we see in past societies how they resisted state formation and how states dissolve. I really love especially in Against the Grain how it doesnt follow with the normal liberal or marxist logic of economy and government as separate things. Social structure, hierarchy, policing/control, and the flows of resources are totally intertwined and cant be talked about without each other. It also kind of demolishes in my mind (well im not new to this position but it adds more that e.g. AHAL couldnt, being not an actual detailed anthropological work) the categories that leftists see societies through. In early mesopotamian city states, there were sweat shops. There was dispossession of previously landed and free people. This sounds like how capitalism spread too. The lines are increasinly blurred to me. I think it's all really the same (again im not new to this position but you know sometimes a work just... solidifies something in a radical way), like its a simple formula, where what releases and puts to use energy is able to release and put to use more energy... the intricacies change, but the form and goal is always the same. People and land are subjugated in order for larger resource extraction to happen in an impersonal way. The original alienations come with the start of forced settlement and work in walled cities under rulers. The people working dont see the fruits of their labors for themselves, and the people reaping the reward dont work for it directly. The logic of Capital already flows through these conduits
>>1146 But how does this help us other than giving us some fuzzy warm feeling that people thousand of years ago had the same problems that we have today?
>>1191 <i think anthropology and history is really important for knowing what types of societal relationships there have been, how stable they were, and their conditions, in order to know what we should be able to expect of the world in the future. it gives precedent, its more data for social science in a way, it shows how people have been organized, the purpose or drive of that organization, the conflicts in it, and ways out or ways it was fought. It also shows that the struggle against concentration of wealth and power and the project of full extraction+commodification isnt new, its a fundamental trend in human societies, probably just because its successful. We're victims of repeat possession. Histories of past (and non-western) societies could give us information on how to exorcize or survive this demon, or if it can even be dealt with or just leaves on it's own. its all DATA it shows how this thing we hate actually works and how low it can stoop, and again, how its been fought against and how those people lost or won, or found some equilibrium (like barbarians who were partly assimilated into the fold of early states, and also kept some autonomy and often acted as a meta-state, holding a sort of protection racket along with being trade partners. They didnt destroy the beast, they evolved and valued their survival and wealth over its destruction like a benign parisite/virus) I think the goal for a successful modern fight against the algorithm of Capital is to be parisites to it, but suicidal ones. But thats just my belief (sorry for repeating so much but i realized basically my first post already repeated itself a lot and you still asked for the answer i already gave clairvoyantly apparently)


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