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Anonymous 07/02/2020 (Thu) 09:07:39 No. 216 [Reply]
They took this from you... >He's stronger than you! >Has more sex than you ever will! >Works less than you! >Has no crisis of faith! >Has more testosterone than you! >Eats better than you! >Has more than you! >Pays less taxes! >Parties hard at the harvest festivals! What are you doing with yourself?
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>tfw you are not a total peasant chad
They didn’t burn homos like dirty Muslims. They just beat them
>>258 They beat homos straight and castrated/hung degenerate sodomites... sodomites == pedophiles

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joos Anonymous 06/18/2020 (Thu) 19:04:14 No. 62 [Reply]
>IM ANGRY! >ANGRY ABOUT JEWS!
Incredible... This antisemitism flowing through me...
>>68 The pure power!
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>>IM ANGRY! >ANGRY ABOUT JEWS! Anonymous 06/23/2020 (Tue) 06:21:28 No. 68 >>69 >Incredible... This antisemitism flowing >through me... > Anonymous 06/23/2020 (Tue) 07:38:07 No. 69 >>68 >The pure power!

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Hearts and minds. Zoomzer 06/23/2020 (Tue) 08:42:18 No. 72 [Reply]
The Corona virus and the economic recession ahead is going to be very important for our goals. >why? Economic recession, fear, and chaos all leads to desperation, and to unrest. These are the factors required for a political shake-up. When people are unsatisfied they begin thinking. >how do we take advantage of this? I know this one will be hard for many of us, but we cannot name the (()). In western society our culture is largely now founded in the opposition to anti-(())ism, it is part of the wests cultural foundation. To be openly anti-(())tic would be to essentially kill the movement at it's core. You won't win people over. >Then how do we spread our message? Simple, focus on the good parts of nationalism, essentialism, and the benefits of strongly knit society. Don't and I mean DON'T; begin by expressing your hate or distaste for other cultures and their peoples. This is incredibly off putting. >How do we illustrate the (()) issue? Another simple and accurate way to get even leftists to agree with you, is by simply using terms such as "financial elites" or "banking establishment", "financial system", "economic imperialists", "national bankers". And then to illustrate how these groups and institutions have an ungodly level of influence in our society. Which is true. I've found using this method that I can get most people to agree with me. It doesn't help our goals to push people away by being an edgelord. That's all I shall write for now as I'm going on a walk with some friends. Take care lads, and stay based.
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The only thing this crisis will do is create more communists. Which isn't necessarily a bad thing since the elites will hang andordinary whites,blacks and jews will be able to mind their own business. Serioisly, consider reading some commie literature and don't believe everything /pol/ tells you.
>>172 what happened to allende again? that's what will happen to any commies that get too much clout. the elites never pay for their crimes.
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>The Corona virus and the economic recession ahead is going to be very important for our goals. >why? Economic recession, fear, and chaos all leads to desperation, and to unrest. >These are the factors required for a political shake-up. When people are unsatisfied they begin thinking. >how do we take advantage of this? I know this one will be hard for many of us, but we cannot name the (()). In western society our culture is largely >now founded in the opposition to anti-(())ism, it is part of the wests cultural foundation. To be openly anti-(())tic >would be to essentially kill the movement at it's core. You won't win people over. >Then how do we spread our message? Simple, focus on the good parts of nationalism, essentialism, and the benefits of strongly knit society. Don't and I mean DON'T; begin by expressing your hate or distaste for other cultures and their peoples. This is incredibly off putting. >How do we illustrate the (()) issue? Another simple and accurate way to get even leftists to agree with you, is by simply using terms such as "financial elites" or "banking establishment", "financial system", "economic imperialists", "national bankers". And then to illustrate how these groups and institutions have an ungodly level of influence in our society. Which is true. I've found using this method that I can get most people to agree with me. It doesn't help our goals to push people away by being an edgelord. That's all I shall write for now as I'm going on a walk with some friends. Take care lads, and stay based.

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Anonymous 06/07/2020 (Sun) 20:05:43 No. 18 [Reply]
How are you all dealing with virus and/or the BLM "protests"?
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I'm just chilling at home, watching anime
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>>18 Laughing at the retards LARPing as a country in CHAZ, Laughing at the people who didn head our warning about the chinks and globo-homo, Laughing at the nogs burning down their own shit and their "allies" shit
i live somewhere that has none of these protests going on, like ok the country is having some but, because i live in a place literally nobody fucking cares about, i can just go about my day as 'normal' >feelsgoodman as for the virus, noone i know personally has it. theres quite a few perks that come from living in a small town that isn't 'mainstream', a lack of protests and riots being one of them
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>i live somewhere that has none of these protests going on, like ok the country is >having some but, because i live in a place literally nobody fucking cares about, i can just go about my day as 'normal' >feelsgoodman as for the virus, noone i know personally has it. theres quite a few perks that come from >living in a small town that isn't 'mainstream', a lack of protests and riots being one of them
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>I'm just chilling at home, watching anime

Anonymous 07/05/2020 (Sun) 05:39:00 No. 241 [Reply]
Is it me or Biden and Trump are the same (puppets of the establishment)
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>>241 the way I see it there is literally no difference between republicans and democrats
yes
But when I say Biden and Trump I mean specifically Biden and Trump

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Anonymous 06/30/2020 (Tue) 14:08:48 No. 108 [Reply]
no power to the government no power to the rich power to the people, anarchism now https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/the-anarchist-faq-editorial-collective-an-anarchist-faq-02-17
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>anarchists are not against power but rather against oppression So why oppose ML (or in other words, vanguardism). From bookchin, >[We] do not deny the need for coordination between groups, for discipline, for meticulous planning and for unity in action. But [we] believe that [these] must be achieved voluntarily, by means of self-discipline nourished by conviction and understanding, not by coercion and a mindless unquestioning obedience to orders from above. If this organization and coordination is carried out by a group of politically advanced workers who always volunteer to be voted in and are always subject to recall, how is this not describing a vanguard party? I assume you also do not oppose the creation of the power structures to secure the revolution. If all that is true, what really separates you from MLs?
>>113 yeah you cant
>>161 here is a FAQ for these kinds of questions, the question you asked is also somewhere on there https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/the-anarchist-faq-editorial-collective-an-anarchist-faq-02-17
>>210 >what is the cnt fai?
>>242 so what if a man decides to keep the fruit of his labour for himself? would he be attacked for it? such liberty! such freedom from oppresion!

Where do you guys land on the political compass? peepeepoopoo 07/02/2020 (Thu) 08:13:48 No. 212 [Reply]
hello /pol/ i was just curious about where you guys land on the political compass. for example, i did one a while ago and I landed somewhat center libleft
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>>237 >democratic >multicultural

guess whos back Anonymous 07/03/2020 (Fri) 22:35:00 No. 238 [Reply]
>>238 based

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Hierarchy Anonymous 06/28/2020 (Sun) 20:00:56 No. 93 [Reply]
What is the hierarchy of the races? How do they rank in order?
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The Irish are the strongest.
>>190 HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA oh god, I hope you're being ironic.
does race really matter though? should it matter?
Race isn't real king, at this point it's just a shitty stand in for culture (neither measurable nor quantifiable and usually chalked up to Whuate, Black or Asian). Ethnicity on the other hand is measurable through genetic markers which can trace the movement of people groups etc. I wouldn't put that much weight into the idea of race theory, when literally every people group has adapted to their specific environment that gives them distinct advantages in that environment over others. An example would be Tibetans who carry more Oxygen in their blood to live at higher altitudes, they'd be much better at any physical task at said height than say an Englishman (Anglo-Saxon with Norman heritage) in the case they had the same relative level of fitness. Stop necessarily talking about race and start focusing on what makes your culture great (be careful not to say the greatest), by keeping your optics in check you'll have a better time discussing these concepts outside of the boards.
>>233 race is species ethnicity is sub-species

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Anonymous 06/27/2020 (Sat) 15:56:05 No. 84 [Reply]
What do you guys personally think about the knight's templar?
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>>84 I really like knightly orders the less popular than Teutonic/Templar/Hospitallier are intresting too like Santiago order which allows marriages
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>>84 They were betrayed by the very people who should have supported them all of the greed of France. The only modern analogy I can think of would be the relationship between Rhodesia and England. We should remember them for the good they did and establishing the first truly European, non-(((usury focused))) central bank and valiantly defending Christendom when secular rulers were more interested in collecting taxes off of Muslims, provoking Saladin against the King's orders and infighting,
>>204 moment before execution grand master Jacques de Molay said that French king and pope will before a year and day passes anwser to God for their crimes >Philip and Clement V both died within a year of Molay's execution; Clement succumbed to a long illness on 20 April 1314, and Philip died due to a stroke while hunting. Then followed the rapid succession of the last Direct Capetian kings of France between 1314 and 1328, the three sons and a grandson of Philip IV. Within fourteen years of the death of Molay, the 300-year-old House of Capet collapsed. >The American historian Henry Charles Lea wrote: "Even in distant Germany Philippe's death was spoken of as a retribution for his destruction of the Templars, and Clement was described as shedding tears of remorse on his death-bed for three great crimes, the poisoning of Henry VII, Holy Roman Emperor, and the ruin of the Templars and Beguines".
>>215 Perhaps the will of God made itself manifest... either way the dealings of individuals do not bring down the authority of the Church. Every single one of the Templar practised Catholicism until the day they died.

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