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Michelle Greenstein exposing US imperialism Anonymous 01/10/2020 (Fri) 00:40:53 No. 206826 [Reply] [Last]
Michelle Greenstein of RT exposing the US. Even mentioned in the beginning how ISIS never attacks Israel, mentioning how ISIS only helps the west by destabilizing the middle east. https://youtu.be/GHonXJpRhxc
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>>207365 Only people with penis can understand the thirst that comes with it.
>>206826 god, why do I want to fuck jews so much? something in their features makes my dick rock hard, even ugly jews are fine too
>>207389 same I want to kiss Anne Frank
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>>207365 I'm sorry, feminine comrade, I'm not this embarrassing in real life; it comes with the territory of anonymous, virtual, social alienation and mediated loneliness. But I doubt that you would disagree if you were bi. Here's wholesome OC instead (pic related) CHECKEM
https://twitter.com/peopleconspire Her Twitter, she's definitely a radical leftist, she retweets only ML-ish people or even Maoists.

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Bakunin's Secrete invisible dictatorship Anonymous 01/10/2020 (Fri) 06:05:36 No. 207134 [Reply] [Last]
<Bakunin, involved in the revolutionary movement in Bohemia, later recounted that his aim was the establishment of a “government with unlimited dictatorial power,” in which “all will be subjugated to a single dictatorial authority,” through three secret societies based on “strict hierarchy and unconditional discipline.” This was only the first version of Bakunin’s lifelong fabrication of various forms of a “secret dictatorship” exercised by “Invisible Dictators https://www.marxists.org/subject/marxmyths/hal-draper/article2.htm what was this about ?
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The only good thing ever come out from Bakunin
A moment of lucidity.
Bakunin gets too much shit. He wasn't a utopian idiot like a lot of anarchists. Despite how much he and Marx shit on each other there was some respect there.
>>207250 If you are being beaten with the people's stick you are probably an enemy of the people tbh
>what was this about ? Hal Draper either being a dumbass or dishonest. Bakunin argued for secret societies because back then you could be killed for being openly socialist, and his "invisible dictatorship" is the rather bland strategy of keeping your politics on the down low while steering workers' movements towards socialism. This "invisible dictatorship" will be necessary in the resurgent labor movement (if it happens) unless you want to get suicided.

HAARP Anonymous 01/08/2020 (Wed) 22:09:41 No. 204982 [Reply] [Last]
Chaves knew what the US was doing for years. We should’ve lisend when we had the chance. https://www.livescience.com/8071-chavez-tectonic-weapon-caused-haiti-quake.html
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>>206113 >>206113 >>206113 this is definitely true. This is why I stopped going to festivals and such because the people are all trash. Gigs on the other hand, like, going to see a band or someone play synths are whatever, aren't necessarily this
>>206117 There is a bit in Chris Harman's peoples history of the world about it. Your average pyramid builder was given enough in kind to feed a family of ten. They were highly skilled workers. There is archaeological evidence of this, like written heiroglyphic accounts + digs on the sites where they lived while they were building. It does not say however, as you say, the tools they used. Also, weirder stuff has been built besides the pyramids, which is older and more difficult to explain
>>206195 I didn't bring up the pyramids, and my point was entirely about the technology involved, which we do not know, and leaves room for speculation. I agree 100% that we know about logistics involving the workers, and to my knowledge they were basically like contractors working for a guild and got commissioned to build the pyramids. And I agree, there are things that are much harder to explain than the pyramids, although there are also some really weird details about the pyramids too. >>206182 Yes, buildings and bridges take resonance into account to avoid collapse. That's what I was referring to. >No it is not reasonable at all How is that? Rocks have a resonant frequency. If you know what you're targeting you can narrow down what that might be and sweep through until you find what resonates. Then you could blast that frequency when you want to disturb the effect. I forget the physics term for it, but where there's tension in a system, vibration can function like a lubricant. It can cause screws to loosen faster for example. The same physical principle applies to tectonic plates under tension.
>>206271 The amount of energy needed would be more than the world is currently producing fucknut
>>206271 >How is that? Rocks have a resonant frequency. If you know what you're targeting you can narrow down what that might be and sweep through until you find what resonates. Then you could blast that frequency when you want to disturb the effect. I forget the physics term for it, but where there's tension in a system, vibration can function like a lubricant. It can cause screws to loosen faster for example. The same physical principle applies to tectonic plates under tension. The ground has very high dampening characteristics, it require very high amplitudes to overcome and so far man made earthquakes were the result of under-ground nuclear bomb testing. And there also have been smaller tremors as a result of mining and fracking. Consider that if you could easily resonate the ground this way then you could build a mechanical worm that vibrated until the ground around it liquefied, for mining ore.

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Anonymous 09/17/2019 (Tue) 02:23:17 No. 65199 [Reply] [Last]
Christcom General
Who /christcom/ here? Death to America, death to the Great Satan. What are some essential thinkers for Christcoms to study (other than the usual Five Heads)? IMO:
-Jesus Christ
-Chavez and Maduro
-Hassan Nasrallah
-Thomas Müntzer
-Ayatollahs Khomeini and Khamenei
-Malcolm X
-Che and Fidel
-suggestions?
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>>76947 Edited version that wont terrify americans quite so much
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Broke: The Cuban Revolution was a socialist revolution Woke: The Cuban Revolution was an Islamic revolution
Jesus was probably a spiritual revolutionary and martyr but christian theology is reactionary BS that sustains itself on expansionism and colonialism
>>189502 I remember reading that wiki article some years ago and it said that this immanentisation of the Eschaton is something that triggers reactionaries really, really hard. So I suspect it could be something potentially good. And Merry Christmas to you too.
In worship, we learn to reject what should not be worshiped: the god of money, the god of consumerism, the god of pleasure, the god of success, the god of self. t. Pope

has anyone seen these cringe ass boomer animations? Anonymous 01/10/2020 (Fri) 01:35:35 No. 206862 [Reply] [Last]
So recently on youtube I stumbled upon this channel that makes these fucking weird alt-right animations called ME ME MEME. The humor relies heavily on earrape screams and jokes as dead as the attack helicopter shit. Here is a video you can watch from that channel you can watch for self torture:
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Back in my days, people posted the mp4.
>>207272 Back in mine they’ve posted 3gp.
>>206872 >Bizonacci This dude and ME ME MEME are in completely different leagues. Bizonacci defined a generation with his videos. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0QAVquq9bNs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DMonlRsJ5hY
Yeah when clown pepe went from “haha funny puns” to “Le clown world” a lot of them popped up. The saddest one that’s still around is Murdoch Murdoch, they’ve been around since who knows when and they’re still making the same cringe inducing videos as they were half a decade ago. At the very least they’ve been kicked from YouTube
>>206872 >/biz/onacci Yeah but the difference is that /biz/onacci actually put some effort into his videos and makes concise and funny points with them and the shit in OP pic and Murdoch Murdoch is just Boomer shit at best and literal fucking insanity and dementia at worst

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Anonymous 01/09/2020 (Thu) 10:50:44 No. 205678 [Reply] [Last]
https://www.mintpressnews.com/largest-strike-world-history-millions-india-protest/263999/ In What May be the Largest Strike in World History, Millions in India Protest PM Modi’s Policies >An estimated quarter of a billion workers in India went on strike today, protesting the government of Narendra Modi’s racist and “anti-people,” “anti-worker” policies.
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>>206007 We can and should appropriate the burger founding father lingo. "Of the people, by the people, for the people" and such. The whole preamble to the US Constitution is pretty solid as a starting point. Engels even said that the burger constitution meant the US was closedt to DotP. That's from Principles of Communism. We discussed it some in that thread already.
>>206131 *closest to DotP
>>205853 >Is there any measures that a planned economy could take to prevent half the country hitting uninhabitable temperatures in the near future ACs powered by green energy
>>205806 If the Indian government fucks up enough it actually sounds like there is a chance.
>>206131 This is really something American leftists should do. It makes us sound like weirdos to normies when we use old Marxist terminology in public.

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How do I spot glowies Anonymous 01/04/2020 (Sat) 13:24:22 No. 197292 [Reply] [Last]
Hey guys, Newfag here. I am new here and I want to know how to spot glowies Thank you, I am very sorry.
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Everyone is a glowie except me.
>>206792 Every new fact I learn about the alphabet boys makes my skin crawl, it makes me so fucking paranoid
>>206855 t. glowie
>>206854 can i get a source that was great

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Anonymous 01/09/2020 (Thu) 10:38:05 No. 205675 [Reply] [Last]
wtf is going on in Vietnam? Is Trong putting the country on the road to Socialism, or is this a sign of a massive tax evasion scheme?
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>>206651 The reason is China. Vietnam sees China as an extreme threat and the US as a possible alliance to counter China.
>>206691 So race war triumphs?
>>206691 >source: my ass Hey dude. Maybe you can actually read some fucking party material before espousing this nonsense. The party line currently is exactly the opposite of this. >Mutts want the VCP be removed through color revolution and install full neoliberal economy >Chinks want Vietnam weaken and dependent on it to survive It views the Mutts as a main threat in its removal of the fruits of the revolution and is seeking possible concessions with China over this. China on the other hand remains stubborn with its claim of taking over the SCS which not only piss off the population but also most government officials.
>>206738 I'm >>206651 By "taking over the SCS (South China Sea)" do you mean that they answer the VCPs cries for help by putting it on hold for countering US aggression in the SCS, or that the CCP ignore the VCPs domestic issue and are instead encroaching them economically/competitively within what was previously considered their area of that general sea-space?
>>206771 The latter as the PRC’s claims is a copy of Taiwan’s claims to it which were made after Japan pulled out of SEA. On the subject of preventing US aggression, the PRC pretty much did nothing while the US’ fleet continued to bombard north Vietnam during the war. Not to mention their invasion of the paracel from puppet south Vietnam (which both the US and PRC agreed with) was heavily opposed by the Southern provisional government led by the communist party. Rather than actually talking about it, in ‘88 Dengoid PRC went full retard and attacked some construction fleet in the spratty killing a bunch of Vietnamese troops and taking over some key islands to this day.

Well There's Your Problem Anonymous 01/10/2020 (Fri) 00:01:52 No. 206789 [Reply] [Last]
Newest episode of everyone's favorite podcast about engineering disasters (And also labor politics) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Dq7BFmUWIk
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i swear we had a /podcast/ general but i can't find it, anyway thanks for reminding me OP
>>206808 Indeed we did, I remember it, it was a fucking treasure trove, but unfortunately we have completely incompetent mods here with a nonsensical set of rules who are exclusively capable of bumplocking without explanation based on what they personally disagree with in whichever moment, spam after 48h (and /pol/ spam after 96h). There are few threads that are absolutely essential to not only have, but also to archive. A podcast thread is one of such threads. Also we should reverse the policy for why we don't just delete outright spam, since bumplocked spam threads slowly sliding towards the end of the catalog is currently the #1 reason for the degradation of the chan's browsing quality.
>>206837 Was supposed to be redtext
>>206837 >don't bumplock the threads I like cause it's tyranny >but the threads I don't like should just be deleted and not bumplocked Yeah I'm sure they'll get right on that
>>206803 >>206808 >>206837 You mean this /podcast/ thread: >>208507 ?

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Means TV Anonymous 01/07/2020 (Tue) 20:50:06 No. 202061 [Reply] [Last]
how successful are their propaganda efforts? https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3VHfy8e1jbDnT5TG2pjP1w
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>>202126 beautiful and fully normalo-compatible
>>202126 this is really good, but most of what i've seen is actually shittier than this. This is far more useful for agitation than this >>202082 which is just a shitty facebook meme in video form
>>206727 It's good because it has a girl with a gun like rojava.
>>206727 shitty facebook memes have their place too anon

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