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Anonymous Refugee 08/26/2019 (Mon) 04:00:57 No. 220 [Reply] [Last]
Do you support any separatist movements? which ones? on the other hand, do you support reunification movements or globalist/cosmopolitan movements? Which places would you like to see become a single nation?
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I didn't sleep so I made this, it's memey but literally my utopia. Although I left out a lot of the proper political stuff, it should give you an idea. Of course the ultimate end goal should be no borders whatsoever, but imho that should be accomplished through careful gradual unification of countries into less "defined" ones rather than instant revolution because in the latter case fascists are practically guaranteed to gain popular appeal since most people are racist assholes obsessed with wealth and shit. >inb4 autism It is clay wars tier, but eh. Actually, speaking of clay wars, which board here would be the one to do clay wars on if it was to be done here?
>>1345 you ain't splitting California
>Basque Country >Catalonia >Sealand, coz memes >Aztlán, if at all possible >New Afrika, if at all possible >Appalachia, if at all possible >Alaska >New England >Puerto Rico >Flanders >Wallonia >Greenland
>>794 Yikes, nigga
Unless they're single actual communities (not imagined ones) against state entities, no. Separatist movements are almost always bourgeois in foundation. We see this everywhere with Rojava as a very recent example in which while ideologically they espouse certain anti-capitalist ideas and so on, they are fundamentally bourgeois and will abandon their ideas for assistance by corporate entities because what comes first to them is not the proletariat but their fantasy nation idea.

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Anonymous Refugee 09/13/2019 (Fri) 16:21:25 No. 377 [Reply] [Last]
Polish secret imageboard invites everyone

how to enter the website? instruction in the link below
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>>1912 A pole that became the pope. He’s a conservatard so as always poles love him.
>>1912 Pope John Paul II. Poland is a catholic country and the guy's name is everywhere, so all the memes and jokes disgracing him are technically edgy in that context.
Ja pierdolę, karaluchy w moim bunkrze.
>>377 I spent an entire day (25 hrs) posting before I realized that I don't speak spanish.

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Anonymous Refugee 01/03/2020 (Fri) 12:42:40 No. 1143 [Reply] [Last]
For every reply to this post a /pol/tard will return home from Iran in a coffin
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>>1143 /pol/tards are morbidly obese, not sure they'd be drafted.
>>1143 >Using ML and Rodina for a Iran post come on now
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How to Make /int/-Style Flags Like a Pro Anonymous Refugee 11/03/2019 (Sun) 23:06:14 No. 645 [Reply] [Last]
Made this thread on old /ref/, but that's gone now, so I figured it was time to go for it again on here. I've made most of the flags on this chan that use the /int/-style beveled/shiny effect, be it on /leftypol/, /GET/, or /ref/ and I'd like to share how I do it. Maybe there's simpler ways to do it, but I prefer this method as they end up more authentic to the original flags than other methods I've seen.

You will need the following:
-The flag you want to convert
-Base coloured flags (will post them ITT)
-An image editing software that isn't Microsoft Paint (I personally use Paint.NET and will be using it for this tutorial)

So to start off, we have solid-coloured flags that I put together from parts of other /int/ flags (except for the green one, which is simply the former flag of Libya). There's black, white, red, yellow, and green variants, which should be more than enough. For this tutorial I will be remaking the United Nations flag that's already on here. Don't know if it will be the same colours as the one I made before, but it should be close enough.

Pic 1 - First what you want to do is grab the image of the flag you want off the internet. Wikipedia usually works best for this as you can get the images in high resolution and usually based on the standard design. Once you have your flag, put it into your image editing software.

Pic 2 - Resize your image to 1600x1100. These /int/-style flags are 16x11, so you're going to want a clean multiple of that to work with. Theoretically 160x110 could also work, but this is what I use.

Pic 3 - Crop and edit if needed. Flags almost never resize perfectly if you keep the dimensions the same. You'll end up with a little more on one side, so crop off any excess. Plain tricolours and some other flags usually don't need to be cropped as resizing them without keeping the dimensions the same will give you the same result. But in this case, we're cropping off some negligible pixels from the side. Editing isn't needed in this flag, though you may want to make certain parts of some flags larger so they actually appear on the finished project when scaled down. Some things may need to be simplified, such as cutting down on a large number of stars.
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we need an indian to make a video for this
thanks for the tutorial, will try
Thanks king
>>651 >>650 any alternatives to these templates? a lighting effect looks good but i think this one comes off too strong sometimes and I don't know how to make my own.
>>1704 These are either pieced together from actual /int/ flags with no modifications or actually are flags included in the base /int/ set in the case of the white and green ones. They're as close to the actual ones as you'll get. You can try making edits to get them how you want them, but this thread is for making authentic /int/-style flags, which do have that level of shine.

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/diaspora/ Anonymous Refugee 03/21/2020 (Sat) 12:39:52 No. 1651 [Reply] [Last]
Thread for children of immigrants or otherwise displaced peoples >Parent's original country or region >Country they moved to >Do you ever feel like going back? I'm from South America, born in the USA, and yes I do plan on returning soon.
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I was born in the USA No I don't plan on moving over there anytime soon, but I do feel an urge to visit my family in Mexico again
>>1656 Also both parents born in Mexico*
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Boricua by blood, Californian by birth. Que se repita el Grito de Lares y la Rebelión de la Bandera del Oso.
Polish parents that left for germany in the 90's. It's a shithole that i will never go back to.
>from Ukraine SSR and Moldova SSR >to Canada maybe I would visit but a very short visit lol, it would probably just depress me that Stalin is gone.

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Anonymous Refugee 03/20/2020 (Fri) 00:55:31 No. 1612 [Reply] [Last]
Country Would you suck a dick for a bus pass and then walk home? >Palestine >Yes
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>>1644 why you gotta be so rude?
fuck I remember that. Was that really 6 years ago?
>Albania >Yes
>>1684 Based albanian
>>1684 >Albania based

Anonymous Refugee 10/16/2019 (Wed) 16:26:05 No. 539 [Reply] [Last]
Is Kaban popular with the /ref/ugees?
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Of course!
It's like they copied Tania a bit. It's nice.
Pic related and Hachikuji are essential /ref/ girls.
>this pic exists already
Havin PTSD right now. imma bout to lose it right now.
She'd be so hot when grown up.
Is anything after the first season any good? I took a step away from it after the whole Tatsuki drama.
the old charme is kind of gone and it feels detached, it's a very different story
don't know if i'd call it bad but maybe forgettable and bland
there was some intruige but not enough to keep me watching past half way through
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One World Government Anonymous Refugee 09/29/2019 (Sun) 04:55:14 No. 456 [Reply] [Last]
Why are people opposed to it?
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If a one world government were set up it would be used to prop neoliberal ideology as is the EU.
Because any actual world government would just be hypercapitalist in nature. And the conditions of late stage capitalism will lead to a one world government anyway
People's interests and needs are not the same across the world, so it doesn't make sense to have a one world STATE per se. But governance is important to be coordinated across the world between states by a single international body, perhaps sub-divided to manage different aspects of the world socio-economy. Then the lines begin to blur, and all the separate states dissolve in time as they abolish themselves. Leaving only the global coordinating body/bodies to maintain peace and prosperity. :3 Also fuck the UN.
>>456 because man is corrupt and people are animals one world government can be be awesome but we will never see it until the world collapses and the rich have run away

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Deutscher Faden Anonymous Refugee 09/05/2019 (Thu) 15:55:40 No. 316 [Reply] [Last]
möchte mal sehen ob und wie viele andere deutschsprachige es hier so gibt, was euch hier umtreibt, wie es um den Sozialismus in Deutschland eurer Meinung nach steht und was euch sonst so beschäftigt.
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>>1595 There are a couple of promising breakthroughs regarding the virus, like Japan has medication that seems effective for moderate cases and it might be released in May. It's going to be alright.
>>1597 amazing. finally some good fooking news about this thing.
>>1595 until september there's still lots of time for the situation to change and i am sure you'll be notified about any changes
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Howdy, germanic servants! Check it out, I'm made of gold!
>>1605 Gold is a very valuable material. Better listen to what he has to say.

Esperanta fadeno Anonymous Refugee 08/17/2019 (Sat) 08:52:49 No. 111 [Reply] [Last]
Saluton, kamaradoj!

Ĉu iu tie ĉi parolas la internacian lingvon Esperanto?
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>>1478 Kompreneble. Jen libro pri Durruti. Malĝoje ne ekzistas biblioteko simila al "The Anarchist Library", sed troveblas enrete multaj libroj kaj aliaj tekstoj pri anarkiismo. Eble ni devus kolekti ilin.
>>1480 >Eble ni devus kolekti ilin. Ne estus malbona ideo, kaj dankon por la libro
>>1480 Mi trovis ĉi tiun libron
http://rojoynegro.info/blogs/esperanto Enhavas kelkajn librojn kaj eseojn.
> Ekologio kontraŭ pandemioj https://eo.mondediplo.com/article2814.html Tre interesa artikolo pri virusoj, pandemioj, la detruo de la naturmedio, ktp.


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