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QTDDTOT - Questions That Don't Deserve Their own Threads Blackshirt Board owner 09/06/2020 (Sun) 16:20:51 ID: 1e72a1 No.7682 [Reply] [Last]
If you have a one-liner question that won't generate much discussion and isn't related to moderation or requests, or want to post something of interest to /fascist/s but doesn't deserve a thread, post it ITT. That last thread went super fast. OLD THREAD >>5128
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What's your thoughts on autarky and what do you think would be a suitable economic system for NS?
>>9037 Then what form of Buddhism isn't shit? I heard good about Zen or does that suck too, because it's too life denying?
>>9102 I definitely support autarky. A nation which can’t provide for itself in a time of need is a slave to others. This is why small nations will always irrelevant pawns of those with large areas of land and rich natural resources. Hitler understood this, and this is why he wanted to expand east.
>>9102 Autarky is an intrinsic part of economic nationalism, not only it helps a country maintain its sovereignty, but it also gets rid of what is arguably the greatest economic threat to the west, cheap labor, which is something that keeps the wages of our workers low or outrights leads to unemployment and the rise of the service jobs economy, therefore the first act of increasing the purchasing power of the worker is to increase the number of national industries, some say that those national products will be more expensive, and they will be, but they ignore the fact that the money spent on national products goes to national workers, the money stays in the country and is spent on other national products, fueling the economy instead of supercharging our enemies like china, india and japan and increasing international debt. Autarky is something that is treated as a beast by liberals, because it put the powers of international finance in check, by making so that national credit is only allowed to be spent financing the national economy, it comes at the cost of the profit of bankers who are more than willingly to throw money at third worlders at the expense of our own industries
>>9109 While autarky is great and all, it is still weaker than international finance and still has a hard time fighting agaisnt it.

Tank/afv thread Strelok 05/21/2020 (Thu) 08:20:08 No.561 [Reply] [Last]
A discussion thread about the most powerfull land vehicles and it's derivatives. Prototypes, historical, modern just needs to be an afv.
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>>5434 Because they look rather small and have various propotions. But I deffinitly wouldn't call something like the T35 "cute".
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This time on what the fuck is this shit. Is: >Object 019 >An ifv with the hull of a brdm, turret of bmd-1 and is wierd halftrack with two wheels on the back and front. <Specifications >Prototype made: ~1964 >Wieght: 13 100 kg >Crew: 3 + 7 >Dimensions: >Lenght: 6 830 mm >Width: 2 870 mm >Height: 2 100 mm >Armament >Cannon 2A28 "Grom“ >Caliber: 73 mm >Ammunition stowage: 40 pcs. >PKT machine gun >Caliber: 7,62 mm

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>>5750 Wheels AND tracks? I know why they would do that in theory, but did the designers really try that hard to pull german wunderwaffe not because of the wunder tech, but more of the compleixty? >lets arm it with shitty bmp gun and no ammo >lets arm it with atgm but no ammo. >no armor It's almost about to compete with the Bradley.
>>5832 It's because soviets did really many designs and prototypes of afv during cold war. Which many had weird experiments some were really revolutionary like composite armor, first to try to put turbine into tanks while yes the brits and amies did try it out, but some ruskie did try it out really really early post war. Unmanned turret and some didn't Does some one a good site with lot russian prototypes?

All-purpose interesting links or sources thread. Blackshirt 09/05/2020 (Sat) 13:49:13 ID: 7b7bf1 No.7597 [Reply] [Last]
I don't recall us having one. As the title says, post any links or sources that'd be interesting for this board from as many relevant subjects as you can. I'll start:
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>>8993 Why afraid? I'm fairly rational and skeptic and I think he provides good material on certain domains, notably overall culture of religion and doctrines, but is abysmally out of the mark on topics which matter a lot to Whites. His path is not a good one to follow and it's a terrible thing that he managed to have such influence on great people, including Julius Evola.
>>8163 Very good; his summary of the the OLB concerns me though. Based on the details, it is just like the OLB could have be written by an educated esoteric Christian.
>>9024 >He used soyjack just to insult him instead calling him a massive retard See, the purpose of the soyjack was to call him a retard without explicitly having to put it into words. He was being the type of person that was represented by that soyjack, who blindly spouts back what (((academia))) feeds us an objective reality. As I acknowledged in that post, Jewish science does not reflect objective reality and it is politically motivated, yet there are still people, such as right-wing twittertards who think that they have any sort of drive towards "truth" or "objectivity". Everyone seems realize that politicians are slimy kikes who are bought and paid to bolster ZOG, but when it comes to scientists, people don't have the same standard, even though it's been shown that most science is bunk or at the very least twisted.
>>8860 The indigenous Antolians are farmers who come from the levinant is what they're telling us. This means that during the Neolithic Europe it was invaded by swarming farmer Jews. Is this supposed to be something to be proud of? Because Southern Europeans are mostly leviant farmer and they are in no way European.
>>9108 Not only that the ancestor to the Early European farmers were also leviants as well and they've created their DNA results that supposedly means that they are genetically closer to ancient leviants than European hunter gathers. Anatolian farmers are the ashkenazis of Europe who carry European DNA and are only genetically similar to true Euros because their ancient fathers knocked up a leviant due to rapid colonization. This sounds like an excuse to allow ashenkazis stay in Europe or to take pride in being part Jewish or levinant.

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Royal Court King Board owner 09/21/2020 (Mon) 21:47:38 No.2 [Reply] [Last]
Welcome to /monarchy/. Rules: About: Emergency Radio Bulletin: This is a meta thread. In other words, a court, if you will. Replies should be limited to board management and similar meta topics.
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>>6 I'm the BO of what was once the Julay/monarchy/ and after that The original 8chan BO transferred ownership of the Julay board to me after he retired.
From what I've gathered, this is just a bunker made in case 8moe didn't recover from that recent downtime.
>>14 We'll see. I would prefer to stay on the webring, if other anons want to move here this can be made a permanent solution.
Does anyone have the books? Guess this place is like Brazil was to the Portuguese royal family.
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SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL PRO OTTER ORGANIZATION Are (You) doing enough for otters? They need your help, anon. If you know more, post them. Global groups: International Otter Survival Fund Otter Specialist Group USA/Canada: Friends of the Sea Otter Sea Otter Foundation & Trust France:

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>>1436 Thank you Johnny.
>>1436 Thank you for your service
>>1437 >>1440 Nprb, glad to help. I love otters and you guys are fun too. I visited with you on your movie night.
I think otters are the only thing everyone in the webring can agree on
>>1453 the love anons have for otters really does stand out from all the drama. through otter, unity

Anime otters Anonymous 11/05/2019 (Tue) 15:31:54 No. 299 [Reply]
Have you guys seen the new episode of Africa no Salaryman? There's an otter in it.
Otters from Ox Tales.
>>1064 That 2nd one looks more like some rodent.
Does he rape baby seals?
>>1066 Yes.
>>299 Real otters are cuter than anime otters. The only exception to the 2d>3d rule that I know of.

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/lego/ Supporter 06/05/2020 (Fri) 17:11:17 No.472 [Reply] [Last]
Anthem: Goal Horn: Punished Yoda Goal Horn: Zack Goal Horn: Orange Transparent Chainsaw Goal Horn: Victory Song: Team GK: The Good Guy CB: The Brickster (Bronze) CB: Wojtuś LB: Broken Bionicle RB: 31014 CMF: Cheeky Croc (Bronze) CMF: That One Piece AMF: Bear Gold (Silver) DMF: Glows In The Dark!

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>>1705 I like this I want this
>>1719 >I'm guessing the reason for the base model only being on one player is either a miscommunication or wanting to show off your kits. Looking back, it was a good decision not to have one model for all players. >The other models were not downloadable and I didn't find any alternatives I could download Damn, all of them weren't downloadable? Bit disappointed with that, sorry for posting bogus links. >It was a fun challenge to make them move more stiffly, although there were compromizes made like massive size and slight levitation. I'm glad I could help! Haha, you really done an amazing job, Glad to have gave you a bit of a challenge! How did you add the image onto the 3d Lego head? I was thinking of editing the model for OTC so each player could have their own customised model. >>1722 Same here, it looks bretty gud. Nothing would intimidate our opponents like using a decapitated head a ball.
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>>1732 >How did you add the image onto the 3d Lego head? I was thinking of editing the model for OTC so each player could have their own customised model. PES (and most game engines) use textures for modelling. Attached is the normal lego model's texture (the red part is the shirt). I can show the UV map tomorrow to show the how the shape of the head uses the texture, although the UV map was very rushed for the cup so it may need to be overhauled for easier editing. It could also be done one texture per feature (e.g. one texture for the head), it just takes a little bit longer to set up but makes editing easier.
>>1740 Ah that's interesting, thanks for posting. Is it as easy as inserting a PNG to change the appearance of a player? Sorry about the long delay in replying.
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>>1789 "For you" - Dark Vader If you only want to change the skin ('texture') of the model, rather than the actual 3D shape ('mesh') then yes. The rest of this post is just explaining behind the scenes, for fun. Did you make any of the kits? If so you may recognize the first two pics. The first is a simple template someone made, showing how each part of the texture image map onto the different areas of the clothing. The second is more detailed. As the original filename suggests, it shows the actual UV mapping; which pixels in the image are mapped to which position on the faces of the 3D model. That's how most games paint a whole 3D model using simple flat image/s. The third pic is a bit more complex, mainly because I was rushing to get some of the models done before the cup started and as a result did a shortcut hackjob. Start in the top left corner. That's the 3D model I was given, then we auto-transfer and/or paint 'weights' from the normal PES player onto the 3D model to let the game know how to animate the model (the hip weight and right thigh weight are shown). We've done this, so you don't need to care about it unless you try to add/change 3D props. The next images (2) show the 3D mesh and how it maps onto the image. The UV map I made is broken into pieces and overlapping because it was rushed, but I spent a couple of minutes and got it to be a more intuitive mapping in (3), where the head becomes a front and a back half you can easily paint. So when you have a decently made UV mapping like that, changing the face, shirt color, etc. is as easy as inserting a properly-made image. Small note: we convert the PNGs to DDS files, which is extremely easy to convert ([Open]->[Export as...] lol), similar formats but DDSs can store mipmaps (which /eris/ abused to make their kits change color, see )

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Comment on the last film you watched Anonymous 09/04/2020 (Fri) 05:38:31 No.682 [Reply] [Last]
What was the last thing you watched, and what did you think of it?
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A very Hollywoodesque/Chilango turn of events, at the start it was supposed to be like that until you get into the real thing but sadly it degrades again into the foreign wet dream to please someone, not the public that's for sure because Cox is a well known maverick. Originally this was going to be an american movie but Alex got blacklisted for being a socialist but also the kind of the ones who whine about the top 1% and also name names, hence why the patrolman attire, weaponry and range of activities in the movie is actually american-fashioned, to avoid vexing the local government the production even invented the patrolman company image and academy but also some ironic billboards which come as anti-tax. The project in its 3 phases never loses sign of the decadence and vices of the police corporation and their ill-interactions with the environment so it should be commended for degeneracy consistency. It's a decent but quite off film about just that, a Highway Patrolman, at least the clean cinematography perfectly portrays the harsh light and strong reflections in the arid region which isn't seen much in the medium (exposure value has to be tuned down a step or 2 due to direct light all over the place, which gives place to well-lit environments but shiny reflections and overly strong shadows) also the protagonist did a great job; i do have a dislike on the subtitles when i was peeking at them, all trace of ethnic slurs towards the cops and mentions of drug cartels (mentioned as contrabandists instead) were cleaned giving a much more tame atmosphere for a non-speako-spanish viewer, along with most drug runners being portrayed as american (which is as ridiculous as the rich ranch girl marrying a southern civil servant) still Alex Cox and the peruvian scriptwriter gave a lot of texture with local jokes like the antagonist's truck having Sinaloa plates (along with the directors' audio commentaries about how cops hated the thing and ticketed/asked the staff for bribes in the middle of filming also much of the casting being commies due Cox watching mexican commie movies) but these details quickly fade with the very poor work on accents by most of the main cast that were/should've been assigned one (Armendariz and Zaide are the only ones who pull it out). Can't blame an englishman and a peruvian for this as the casting crew were an insidious capital city philosophy student and another peruvian... you know what i think i can. 3 oil sweaty tacos with cold lettuce and homemade sauce out of 5 because the camera work, the setting and the main protagonist with 2 small supporting roles are quite up to goodness, but the lack of the other 2 tacos, namely the bizarre script phases and character consistency, bogged this down by quite a lot but perhaps not so much for a non-local. I'm on the edge that i don't think those 3 aspects are worth revisiting this movie although i'm very curious about the movie being produced solely by the japanese... now that's a better story, if anything the audio commentary from Cox is very appealing: The mystical scene in the movie where strong winds happened in a highway and the dust clouds made the trees and the sun behind some characters seem psychedelic while they were performing one of the surreal exchanges was mentioned by the director as a "complete accident" as it happened out of nowhere and without any planning at all, making it one of the favorite scenes in some of the cast members' careers, certainly a high-point in the movie already technically well-made by the cameramen. Sidenote: While the comments need to be focused on the movie with some general info of the director, a common trend that needs to be pointed out in Mexico's cinema is the mostly communist/socialist-friendly cast members (activists) and a rampant amount of them from the capital city after the 60's; i have my theories for the former (highly divided investment groups/producing houses) but nothing concrete, yet these leak into many portrayals and script changes with a couple of times coming in deep contrast with the subject and/or local culture at hand. I use this to gauge the fling-o-meter at the end, although many can be just pointed to bad/insufficient acting; I am too critical about it so i also apologize for it.
Don't get scared, the thread is only about a small passing comment, i just wind up and make a mess sometimes. Don't know why i stopped making these, i had fun but i keep watching too many trashy movies. Let's see if i resume one of these days and make something out of seeing only action stuff, already made some webms so it shouldn't be hard piercing some texts together.
>>715 Thanks for the review of The Highway Patrolman, I like these kinds of genre films. Definitely will going to watch it
>>715 When I was younger I absolutely loved Once Upon a TIme in Mexico by Rodriguez, that is, until I saw the original El Mariachi, which in my opinion is much better when you consider every aspect of the film and the making. Now that you have seen Highway P. and are familiar with Mexican action, what did you think of Mariachi? If you've already seen it of course
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We the Living was an unauthorized adaptation of Ayn Rand's first novel, produced in fascist Italy. Although Rand's book was ostensibly anti-Soviet, scenes in the film attacking collectivism crossed the line with the fascist authorities. They banned the film soon after its release and sought to destroy all copies. The film was lost for decades until Rand's representatives located a surviving negative. Scenes were edited to remove lines that contradicted Rand's free-market viewpoint and the film was re-released with the author's (post-humus) approval in 1986. Despite the tumultuous history of We the Living, with many different forces making an impact, the film we have today is actually quite good. Alida Valli is the determined female anti-communist aspiring to build gleaming steel bridges, instantly recognizable as a character based on Rand herself. Alida falls in love with Fosco Giachetti, a young man from the aristocracy who has struggled to survive under the new Bolshevik system that scorns his kind. The third and strongest character is played by Rossano Brazzi, a Soviet secret police officer whose moral compass gradually leads him to question his political philosophy and his occupation. The climax of the film is central to the film's political troubles. One character gives an impassioned denunciation of collectivism, stressing that collectivism goes against man's natural urge to look out for himself. While I'm sympathetic to this viewpoint, I only oppose forced collectivism. Voluntary collectivism (e.g. family, community, religious & civic groups) is wonderful and essential to survival. Rand's apparent preference to go-it-alone seems an unnecessary overreaction.

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/eris/ ­ 05/08/2020 (Fri) 02:49:38 No.65 [Reply] [Last]
A thread for disorganizing our team for the 2020 cup.
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>>1339 Sent, want to confirm it went through as mail was having trouble yesterday and I suspect it's still silently broken.
"There's a pattern developing in this game, the right flank is the productive one" -Jim Beglin
note to self: add X-Files theme for RAW's goal horn.
>>1766 note to self: same theme for the two invisible fnord players

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General Discussion on the next Cup Anonymous 05/05/2020 (Tue) 20:34:14 No.9 [Reply] [Last]
Use this thread to ask questions about the cups or tournaments. PES 2017 I reckon was the last version we used in the cup. But as I said, while PES is the go-to since we take inspiration from the 4CC, other games with customization are more than accepted as suggestions for future cups. I myself wanted to create an NBA 2K1X cup given that the modding tools for that game are quite expansive, see:[Embed]
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>>1780 So, if I left instructions to pre-game swap out every single player that can be exchanged for a higher form sub in the same position, would that be allowed and fair? (It's an extreme example, I wouldn't necessarily recommend doing this; it would usually result in a significant height disadvantage and mid-game sub form disadvantage if many players ended up being swapped at the start)
>>1780 Actually it's even easier than that, PES comes pre-loaded with about 120+ goal celebrations and you can pick 2 per player. Generally, if you don't pick any, then the usual animation of all the players going up to the scorer and congratulating him would play. However you can put just one of the celebratory animations and leave the other one set to default or none or whatever that version of PES names it and you could have either play when a goal is scored. Also yes apparently you can add custom animations. >>1782 Yes that's what I meant.
Requesting someone add to the wiki which version of PES was used for each cup page.
>>1783 If we keep the same system of a text doc for strategies, yes. You could list something like, "start game with the most in-form player in each position" and it could be followed by the rigger. >>1793 That's an easy add to the infobox. It'll be done before the night is up.
>>1794 Awesome, thanks for that.

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Weimerica Thread Blackshirt 08/26/2020 (Wed) 01:36:14 No.6330 [Reply] [Last]
Since this clown-show doesn't look like it will fade away anytime in the immediate future, it's worth having a thread to cover the happenings here surrounding BLM and other similar events. Last thread: >>816
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You know what?Nothing is going to happen the exact samething happened in the 1960s nothings going to happen the only difference is looters not being shot as much and covid
>>9101 Barring unforeseen acceleration of some sort, you’re right. It seems as if the bullshit people are willing to put up with is without limit.
>>9104 Maybe if the police did shoot back at the protestors something big would happen but they didn't we all have to see and wait for the election sense the left is bitching more and more about how trump said he won't abdicate he properly misunderstood the question that's why he said it
>>9104 Absolutely based podcast by Pierce as always. I agree with everything he said. Fuck the American middle class, especially the fucking baby boomers. Those faggots have never taken a stand against the evil which we are facing and they deserve everything that is coming to them. I'll be rooting for the niggers just like Pierce said towards the end of the video because at the end of the day that's all baby boomers and most lemmings in general seem to care about: their own wallets. Lemmings should get a large dose of reality, fuck their bread and circuses. Bread and circuses are gay.

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Anon 08/08/2020 (Sat) 01:08:54 No.2377 [Reply] [Last]
Post here when you visit /comfy/ Thread number three. Autumn edition. old thread >>1239
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>>2712 Getting to work on my hobby but then becoming obsessed with two other hobbies that overshadow the first hobby that has a deadline now but finally motivating myself to do the first so it's all good. That's what's good, my main lad.
>>2714 What are your hobbees anon? Maybe we could have a hobby thread if there isn't one already
>>2709 Are you on a vacation there, anon?
Been listening to this album a lot, also my first time visiting /comfy/ in a while.
>>2718 Welcome back!

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Cuckquean Eromanga/Hentai Manga Thread #1 Anonymous 09/01/2019 (Sun) 15:09:27 No.6 [Reply] [Last]
This new place is looking nice. Time to decorate it with some good old fashioned smut. This thread is for cuckquean eromanga. Without further ado, let's try the one that I was posting when Endchan died weeks ago...

Kanojo ga Iru noni Uwaki Shite Tewi-chan to Sex Shita by Ippongui
featuring Udonge as a clueless and frigid girlfriend, and Tewi as an aggressive bunny-vixen.
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>>1078 The end aint some salty player 3, thats a guy from another of the author's work. but that work is the reverse of this work. Zonda also make a new one called Seduction about reverse NTR.
>>1078 The end aint some salty player 3, thats a guy from another of the author's work. but that work is the reverse of this work. Zonda also make a new one called Seduction about reverse NTR.
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Saw this and remembered you guys.
(C83) [Planet Matier (Tizumi, Yamamoto canPoni, Aki)] Mahou Shoujo to Kodoku no Shirabe | The Magical Girl and The Magical Potion (Zettai Junpaku Mahou Shoujo) [English] [Tigoris Translates] Kind of a surprise with this one - the other girls just show up and start sharing him. First girl seems okay with it though. I think they're some kind of shared telepathy relationship. Also not quite on topic but I sometimes see banners/memes/captions around here about having girls who are thinner than you and I think there may be such a thing as taking it too far.

The Return of Gookening / Pajeetening Strelok 09/22/2020 (Tue) 17:25:17 No.6086 [Reply] [Last]
2 for 1 Asian Special Fuck it I'm just going to clone the old OP. Korea: >June 13th: Kim Yo Jong Severs Relations with South Korea >June 15th: North Korea Threatens to Advance Into DMZ >June 16th: >North Korea Demolishes the Inter-Korean Liaison Office >North Korea Declares Intention to Re-Militarize Kaesong and Mt. Kumgang >Kim Yo Jong Lambastes South Korean President Moon for Pretending to be a "Cool Guy"

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>>6144 China really should be balkanized. It's already many nations glued together Maoism and before that by the various Empires.
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>>6134 >one less dish than the total number of guests. >Applies to gatherings of 1 person as well
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Cao Cao did nothing wrong!
>>6166 It's pronounced "sao sao" nigger, and you're right, the Duke of Wei is fuckin' rad.
>>6086 What a coincidence one day after you renew the thread Best Koreans shoot a Worst Korean dead: North Korea shot dead South Korean in its waters >SEOUL: North Korean forces shot dead a South Korean fisheries official who disappeared off a patrol vessel and ended up in Pyongyang's waters, Seoul's defence ministry said on Thursday (Sep 24), calling it an "outrageous act". >The 47-year-old man had been on board a vessel near the western border island of Yeonpyeong, the ministry said in a statement. After analysing intelligence, the South Korean military had "confirmed that the North fired at a South Korean national found in the northern seas and cremated his body", it said. "We sternly warn North Korea that all responsibilities for this incident lie with it," it added. >It was not immediately clear how the man came to be in the water. Earlier reports said that his shoes were found on board the patrol vessel, leading to speculation he may have been trying to defect. The exact reason the official was shot is still unknown, but North Korean troops may have been acting under anti-coronavirus orders, Yonhap news agency quoted multiple sources as saying.

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Webm Thread Strelok 09/21/2020 (Mon) 06:22:02 No.5995 [Reply] [Last]
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>>6139 Fun?
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>>6135 >Robs convenience store >Wastes ammo Fucking hell, this triggers me Billy boy didn't do it for the money Also, who the fucks smokes inside a convenience store in CY+ in Muttmerica?
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>>6018 >Shinyu Gushi I love those Uechi-ryu physiques.
>>6147 Its less pathetic to do it for the money then doing it because of hurt feefees.
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Game dev/TiTS Bitching Thread Three: Electric Boogalee lance##m3y78z 04/29/2020 (Wed) 01:20:05 No.4 [Reply] [Last]
Hi, welcome to The New New Thread. Same as The Old and Old Old Threads! This is a thread allegedly for discussing TiTS and other games, I guess. And developing games. And stuff. Despite this being a TiTS thread in name (for historical purposes), barely anyone here plays TiTS. For further information on the game, I recommend you go here to ask. For reasons of how long this thread's existed and how much fen's fucked up everything he's touched, there's a good chance the thread will have barely anything to do with fenoxo and his hugbox at any given point. Information >FAQ >Mobile Builds >Minerva Read the readme if you want to use it to edit your save data. Especially read the readme if you use Chrome.!30gTyCCK!GFy7E3yrlkpUbA9yFMZpSinlT1BiO6Xn1Ykpc50b-Cw If you would like my custom mobile CoC, or other builds, just ask and I might oblige. >Downloads We don't really have the latest builds first anymore. That said, I make mobile builds and desktop builds from source code when I can (and/or feel like it), and redistribute the premade builds when I can access them. I mirror them here.

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So, where do you guys go to discuss /tech/ these days? I am trapped in this hotel until Friday and the gym is closed because of Covid.
>>1038 >not going whole-hog and getting perma'd pfft, plebeians. how are holding out this evening? bored obviously, but any concrete plans forming up for you or other news?
>>1038 btw, nanochan has a /g/ fwiw aHR0cDovL25hbm9jaGFucHd6M3hudWU3Nmd0ZXlzdjZ3am01c2ltM2JiY20ybGM2NXg2MjVhdDc3NGs3N3FkLm9uaW9uL2cv
>>1039 This whole incident has been pretty grand honestly. When the fire started moving North, I went down to Walmart to buy moving boxes, and managed to fit everything that mattered to me in the W140 by the time the order came through. Nothing that remained had any emotional value, and would have been replaced by the insurance. Now I'm getting to rebuild some old shitty sheds at my insurance's expense, and will have plenty left over to do whatever I want with (my insurance broker tossed out a figure of $50k, mainly due to the loss of use of the house during the evacuation). I had been planning to rebuild those sheds and sell the contents of one on eBay some day. This accomplishes all of that without work or expense. The Red Cross has been a tremendous help, and I will be doing some volunteer work for them after this is all over. Dinner tonight was steak, yams, refried beans, a cinnamon roll, and a slice of pumpkin pie. I don't enjoy sitting around all day, so that could be better, but I am catching up on a lot of reading. The surviving community will need some serious rebuilding and cleanup, and some of the evacuees with houses to go back to have been talking with me about doing work for them. All in all, things are looking very positive. >>1040 Interesting, I'll have a look. Thanks.
>>1041 That sounds a pretty remarkable outcome through this all for you actually. Seems an answer to prayer somehow. I hope you can be of real value to your neighbors and the bond between you deepens. Nothing brings good men together in a community like hardship. Godspeed, gunship. Find some good things actually worth reading in the meantime, yea!? :^)

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/100rads/ - The Offtopic /k/anteen Strelok Board owner 05/14/2020 (Thu) 01:15:10 No.202 [Reply] [Last]
If you want to talk about things only tangentially related to firearms, then welcome to 100 Rads. If you want to trade, talk, get a mission or find out the latest news, this is the place to go. If your posts in an existing thread are starting to seriously derail the main subject, they might be moved here.
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>>6163 Inner city cops are mostly sub-90 IQ retards, and inner city niggers are, well, niggers. My smooth brain says it's nearly a win-win, but the way shit has been going since Saint Tray-Tray, I know it's not that simple.
>>6164 Reports are saying two shot, both in stable condition, one person detained.
>>6168 Don’t jump to conclusions, we’re not sure if it’s tied to the protest, racist
>>6167 Why do they defend a system that hates them and people they hate? Is it just cash?
>>6172 I've wondered about this often.

US Air Force claims to have built a superplane in secret Strelok 09/20/2020 (Sun) 18:17:35 No.5846 [Reply] [Last]
Revealed: US Air Force Has Secretly Built and Flown a New Fighter Jet The new digital tools that designed the full-scale flight demonstrator could herald a sea change in weapons acquisition. >The U.S. Air Force’s disclosure that it has secretly built and flown a prototype fighter jet could signal a shift in how the military buys weapons and who builds them. >Will Roper, the head of Air Force acquisition, revealed the existence of the new jet, which he said was part of the service’s Next Generation Air Dominance, or NGAD, project. “NGAD right now is designing, assembling, testing in the digital world, exploring things that would have cost time and money to wait for physical world results,” Roper said during a video presentation at the Air Force Association’s Virtual Air, Space & Cyber Conference on Tuesday. “NGAD has come so far that the full-scale flight demonstrator has already flown in the physical world. It’s broken a lot of records in the doing.” >Roper provided no more details about the jet, which is presumed to be the Pentagon’s first attempt to build a “sixth-generation” tactical aircraft after the fifth-gen F-22 and F-35 jets. He even declined to name the company or companies that built the jet. But he said the digital design technology used to build the new plane could increase competition and increase the number of American military jet makers. >“Digital engineering is lowering overhead for production and assembly [so] you do not have to have huge facilities, huge workforces [and] expensive tooling,” Roper said on a video conference call with reporters after his presentation. “It is letting us take aircraft assembly back to where we were in the [19]70s and prior to it — back when we had 10 or more companies who could build airplanes for the United States Air Force, because you could do it in hangar-like facilities with small, but very good teams, of engineers and mechanics. We're going back to that. It's super exciting.” >Lockheed Martin and Boeing are the only two U.S. companies that currently build fighter jets. >The Air Force in July revealed that it received 18 bids for a new drone that could fly in formation with manned fighter jets. While Boeing, Northrop Grumman and General Atomics won contracts, much smaller Kratos, which has been the subject of acquisition speculation, also received a contract. “We're...surprised there were 18 bidders,” Cowen & Company analyst Roman Schweizer, wrote in a July 24 note to investors. “Having five competitors for a decent-sized program is pretty solid, in our opinion, particularly when you consider three or fewer is the norm for most platforms, weapons or systems.” >Another reason for disclosing the NGAD project: Roper wants companies to invest more in digital design technology. In recent years, the Pentagon writ large has been trying to tap into innovation, particularly commercial technology, that could be adopted for the military. >Roper declined to give many additional details about the NGAD project because it is classified. But he said part of the reasoning for disclosing the existence of a test aircraft was to prove to naysayers that combat aircraft could be fully designed and tested on computers before they’re physically built, much like the way Boeing and Saab built the T-7 pilot training jet in recent years. “I've had many people in the Pentagon and elsewhere, say, ‘I see how you could apply that approach to a trainer like T-7, but you could not build a cutting-edge warfighting system that way,’” Roper said. “I've had to listen to that and just nod my head and say, ‘Well, you may be right,’ knowing in the back of my head that you're actually wrong because of what NGAD has done.”

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>>6120 >>6131 It's a neutrino observatory, not a particle accelerator. They're completely different things looking at completely different phenomena. This is even more of a false equivalence than claiming that the B2 was a ripoff of German flying wings. The only thing they have in common is that they belong to the same broad field.
>>6127 At last someone with engineering knowledge ITT. This isn't the WWII-era many streloks seemed locked into fantasizing about. Without computer software and internal/external digital communications systems you simply don't get a warfighting aircraft. The avionics and control systems of modern jets like the F-35 and beyond are basically staggering in their scope. They have about as much similarity to pre-boomer era tech as the Sumerians carving on stone tablets do to the global satellite comms infrastructures of today.
>>6131 >SNO What the fuck are you on about? I'm talking about self organizing fusion and SAFIRE. And then there's LENR, which the US has renamed "lattice confined fusion". >>6127 >Taking a good concept that was executed sub-optimally, saying 'I can do better', and then actually doing so doesn't result in a knockoff. Okay ching chong. This is actual innovation. >>6137 >They have about as much similarity to pre-boomer era tech as the Sumerians carving on stone tablets do to the global satellite comms infrastructures of today. >faster microprocessors >better sensors >more feedback loops

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>>6151 >This is actual innovation. The argument was that something wasn't a knockoff, not that it was true innovation. But then again, you think that WW2 Fighters and modern Fighters are in the same scope, when the superconductor didn't even exist in WW2, and roughly 90% of the sup-components were not even possible with then-extant materials; so you clearly know literally nothing about Engineering. I guess I shouldn't expect someone who got all of his engineering knowledge from /pol/ back in the day to know the difference between a vacuum tube and a superconductor.
>>6171 Clarification since someone is going to be anal about it, by 'the superconductor didn't even exist in WW2', I'm referring specifically to practical mass produced superconductors, which is a 1950s thing. bunker Anonymous 05/14/2020 (Thu) 23:45:01 No.1030 [Reply] [Last]
Is down for anyone else?
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>>2430 You might add the /svidya/ incident and /vg/ not getting their board back on the new site after a vol and some users requested it (BO bailed i think)
>>2423 /monarchy/ is up now. Pending interest I can revive /liberty/ as well. >What was the reason for leaving the webring anyways? Did you not like it here? It was convenience/necessity. Hoppe-sama was down and the folks at were kind enough to offer to migrate everything over for us. I have nothing against the webring but I couldn't turn down an offer like that.
I briefly got some access to the homepage a couple minutes ago, and was able to load /pol/ but then it died when I clicked the catalog. No luck at all accessing delicious.
>>2415 this works fine at I want this tho instead I get Error 403 Forbidden Forbidden Guru Meditation: XID: 296485025 Varnish cache server
>>2439 The loli boards are still Tor-only at the moment, but can be reached using if you don't want to install Tor browser. We are working on a more permanent solution to get these back on clearnet.

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Bugs, Issues, and Changelog Anonymous Board owner 09/02/2019 (Mon) 15:52:13 No.18 [Reply] [Last]
If you notice something wrong that isn't "it's slow", post about it here. If something is fixed or changed, it'll be posted here.
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I might be blind but where is BO's email?
>>13658 You can find it on the Contact page, linked from the bottom of the site's front page.
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>>18 /icup/ BO here. I have tried to upload these two banners on my board but apparently the system keeps rejecting them. They appear in the rotation and the interface displays a banner being present, yet for some reason they do not physically appear on the Manage Banners page, while displaying a broken image error on the main page for the board.
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I just changed the bump-limit on by board from 500 to 750, but the bumplocked thread from when the limit was 500 does not change. Unfortunately there is no option under my tools that allows me to un-bumplock threads. Is there a way to do this at all?
>>13662 I've noticed the same phenomenon affecting newly-uploaded banners on 8moe. Seems like it's affecting multiple LynxChan sites. Acid and I narrowed it down to a problem caused by adblockers, but we're unsure why it only affects new banners. I'm going to bring it up with Stephen when he's online tomorrow and see if there's anything that can be done in LynxChan to mitigate. For now, try whitelisting in your adblocker and see if that fixes it for you.

lesbian cuckquean thread Anonymous 11/19/2019 (Tue) 05:32:49 No.486 [Reply] [Last]
"Please sleep with my girlfriend!"
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Just discovered this art. The artist posted it with this message: >They just announced that #soldier76 was gay! Hooray! I figured what better way to celebrate it than having him make love with another gay character? She is being demonized for her political beliefs:
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I can't believe /cuckquean/ has its own vtuber now.
>>1481 wew, I didn't even know she was shipped with anyone. Details please?
>>1483 Weird stuff, thanks. Apparently Kiara the phoenix girl is possibly being cheated on by Mori Calliope the grim reaper apprentice with Watson Amelia the time-traveling detective? Except maybe not because Mori doesn't really acknowledge Kiara as her partner in the first place? Vtuber plots are strange. I found this comment with timestamps for the video:

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Advertising thread Anon Board owner 05/26/2020 (Tue) 08:43:02 No.1157 [Reply] [Last]
You can advertise other sites, events, communities, etc. in this thread, please don't make new threads for advertising from now.
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>>2679 Your board is cool, but your banner i must spoiler
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>>2688 You back lizzies?
>>2672 No, I like you :)
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Aryan Religion Thread Blackshirt 09/20/2020 (Sun) 01:13:23 ID: d892f4 No.8730 [Reply] [Last]
This thread is for White pagan religions, or more broadly, non-Abrahamic pro-White religious and philosophical discussion
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>>9078 How would he reconcile that with half the stuff in this post >>5764 or the idea that "Salvation is of the Jews"?
>>9080 >>9080 He doesn't believe in the old testament.
>>9084 Ironically even the New Testament is Judeophilic and the more cucked of the two. I hope he is able to overcome it sooner or later.
>>9044 Flat earth was literally stolen by Christkikes from ancient cosmology, it was official position of the church at one point, far more ancient than they knew as both the Greeks and Romans knew earth was an imperfect sphere.
>>8793 From the same post >this doesnt mean that you become a god like in mormonism, where you would go on to create your own universe or planet or whatever. "gods" and "heavens" are sort of poor translations. This idea was from Mormonism? I thought it was from the vedic or jains who believe this.

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Fascist and Third Position Books Anonymous Board owner 04/06/2020 (Mon) 15:06:20 No.4 [Reply] [Last]
Post good works that you've read and ask for recommendations ITT. UPDATED 8/19/20 BASIC READING LIST National Socialism: >Mein Kampf (Adolf Hitler) The most reliable translations are the Stalag edition and the Thomas Dalton translation. >Hitler's Second Book / Zweites Buch (Adolf Hitler) >The Program of the NSDAP (Gottfried Feder) >The Manifesto for the Breaking of Interest Slavery (Gottfried Feder) >Hitler's Table Talk Black Front / Strasserism: >German Tomorrow by Dr. Otto Strasser >Deutschlands Erneuerung by Dr. Otto Strasser (in German only)

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>>8992 Virtue ethics are Aristotlean. St. Thomas Aquinas continued that tradition. come again?
>>8992 The way I see it, his Christianity doesn’t really matter. He saw almost all of the same problems that we do (JQ, White genocide, etc) and even despite his ignorance of the Christian problem, he did not refrain from doing what he thought had to be done. It was a quite un-Christian attack. There was no “loving your enemy” or “do not resist evil” in his deeds
>>9000 The ethics of Christianity, are not Aristotle's Virtue ethics, the ethics of Christianity are sourced to the Jewish men who wrote the the Gospels, mainly Mark and Paul. Virtue ethics were warped into something Christian and were a pragmatic choice that the men who ran the church decided to allow, to allow them the power and influence and status they desired, and to provide a way to make Christianity workable, which in it's original form was not and still is not. Using something completely unchristian to do so, warping it, even though the source was a Pagan man, is essentially a Pagan thing to do, which is why there is still so much false attraction to Aquinas traitor though he was. Never forget that they were later discarded almost entirely, once Martin Luther prevented the death of the church, through the renaissance and election of Cesare Borgia to the papacy. the Catholic church was almost dead and Christianity with it, but thanks to Luther ever since that day, we have had communist revolutions using Christianity and Jesus and the ethics of the bible and specifically the New Testament as their inspiration. This includess Karl Marx, whose main inspirations were the earlier and still quite recent in his time, Christian commies. and before you bring up Plato his Communistic ideas were placed on a three tiered caste system, something Marx didn't use nor dare to use, as he was a jew. We are not obsessed with christianity, we are however obsessed with saving the Aryan Race, something with which Christianity is absolutely NOT compatible, and even Hitler correctly Identified this. He had no choice but to be nice to them. We, now, in the extremely desperate time for our race that it is, have no choice but to oppose them openly and brazenly, no matter who it offends, because they are the greater problem, they are the reason Jews are so powerful, Gods damn them, they're the reason jews still exist and have so much influence specifically because "SALVATION COMES FROM THE JEWS". >>9003 I disagree, he targeted a synagogue of jews, none of whom are connected to, or implicated in the overarching power structure that serves them and cooperates with them. What he did, was flawed, in that he attacked a symptom and not the power structure, I commend his killing of jews but his reasons for doing so and utter blindness to the real problem make him seem foolish in retrospect.
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>>9038 >he targeted a synagogue of jews, none of whom are connected to, or implicated in the overarching power structure that serves them and cooperates with them What do you think of Bowers? He targeted Poway due to the fact that the synagogue had recently participated in some HIAS-related event. With Jews it's much more likely that you'll hit something related to at least the local power structure. Earnest was too rash and should have spent a bit more time planning and prepping. I definitely want to see bigger Jews get what's coming for once though. I like Bowers personally, but if it's not some globalist kike the Jewish machine is only scratched
>>9047 He killed jews and said little about it, how could I not respect that?

All-Purpose Dharmic Philsophy Thread Blackshirt 05/30/2020 (Sat) 15:17:03 ID: 2205aa No.458 [Reply] [Last]
About time we had one. I'll begin with an interesting tweet thread going over how proper Buddhism has nothing in it that encourages social justice:
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>>9064 >No, but you need to still say it up 10-30 million times just to finish a mantra depending on what it is. If you do the math that takes about four years per fucking mantra before going on the next. Imagine having to do the most powerful and known mantras in the each hindpoo theology, you will be over 50-80 years old before you can finish them all or get the ones you want to finish. Is any of what they are saying true at all?
>>9066 >Is any of what they are saying true at all? No
>>9068 The guy seems a bit disingenuous but can you explain why, because I thought this too at one point.
>>9071 Maybe I'm just ignorant, but I've never heard any of this stuff about cycling through mantras or having to do them a certain amount of times to "finish" them before moving onto another, or that there are so many that you'll die before getting to certain mantras. Literally never heard anything close to that. The most I've heard is spending 20-30 minutes in a mantra meditation session repeating a certain mantra (aum namo narayanaya, etc) as a focal point of the meditation session. I know also that millions of Hindus apparently recite the Gayatri mantra three times a day as a sort of prayer as well. I've also heard of people being initiated into certain mantras, but again nothing like what that post is saying. Other anons might be able to give you a more informed answer.
>>9076 if you cant find it written down in a scripture then i wouldnt consider it true. >>8967 the "eastern religions" scene in the west is incredibly pozzed. dharmanation guys approach to keeping it traditional and orthodox is a good guard against the pozzing. i dont think this pozzing is only modern though, i think its popped up in vedic religion now and then.[Embed] the root of the pozzing is the idea that the soul of all living beings is essentially equal. "its all just atman bro". the doctrine of karma, and that all your blessings and sufferings are due to your own actions and no one elses would negate the pozzing, but karma is a material thing and these religions teach that the material is illusory and only the spiritual is real. the pozzing is probably more likely to happen in the atheistic and impersonal sects (advaita) where they teach you are god and so is everybody else and once you realize that you can be liberated and become like god, merge into the impersonal ultimate reality losing all individuality. in theistic sects you have to please the supreme being to become liberated, and only by the grace of that being can you be liberated. this creates a host of conditions for liberation that restrict it to people who are intelligent, virtuous, self-conscious (not niggers). its easy to say that the religion should have been constructed to permanently create an eternal distinction between the innermost selfs of the aryan and the nigger, but the goal of the religion is to evolve the soul. prabhupada said that aryans are White and that the aryan form of life is for spiritual understanding, and this birth is not arbitrary it is earned and should not be wasted. dharmanation guy uses two terms in his video on lord of the rings ( called manushya and amanushya. manushya are descended from manu and are humans and amanushya are more like humanoid beasts (orcs, probably niggers). the religion of sanatana dharma is not intended for the amanushya, it is intended for the arya-manushya. this creates a qualification that you have to earn in order to be saved or liberated. creating qualifications like this is a way to guard against "anti-racist" pozz (we're all just atman bro). the impersonal atheistic sects would believe any being could perhaps realize they are just atman and become liberated but the theistic personal sects would say you need to earn the birth of arya-manushya, and then be initiated by a spiritual master into a legitimate lineage before being eligible for liberation at all. creating these qualifications guards against the pozz, but i dont think its strong enough. saying that the innermost self of niggers and Whites are eternally different too, i cant say i completely believe that. i've met plenty of Whites who have chosen to act just like niggers, why wouldnt they be reborn a nigger? if a White can be reborn as a nigger then our innermost selves arent eternally different. ive never met a nigger that was White through and through, but certainly there are niggers who have decided to live differently than their kin, why wouldnt they be rewarded with gradually higher forms of life for their actions?[Embed]

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/k/ /icup/ backup thread Strelok 09/22/2020 (Tue) 20:29:34 No.6100 [Reply] [Last]
Hey /k/ommandos, this thread is open just as a reminder that we have another one at >>>/icup/56 discussing our export. I recall there being a couple of lads who suggested stuff but I sadly lost their contribution to the spammer.
>>6100 Glad to have the board back in shape. We were discussing our stadium, if I recall...
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>>6154 I wonder if we could make a 3D model for strelok? Also, what do we need to edit the stadium? I might be able to rig something up for it. ** Can we use the meme chinese firefighter camo? Also, I propose a few name additions >Simo Häyhä >Sun Tsu >Von Klauswitz **That is also accepted spelling because he is german.... Clausewitz with a C was deliberate to show his intent on learning from the west (Napoleon). Anthem change to Sakkjarven polka or nah?

Japan Thread Blackshirt 07/11/2020 (Sat) 01:30:42 No.3182 [Reply] [Last]
This thread is for the discussion of Japanese culture, religion and similar aspects of this nation. Of all the non-White countries of the world, I admire Japan the most for their collectivism, aesthetics and extreme fanaticism in war and selfless dedication to a cause they believe. The ideas of bushido and makoto (sincerity, purity of motive) are all very much worth studying for anyone. Some book suggestions (abbreviated and expanded from >>2998): >Hagakure >The Way of the Samurai (Yukio Mishima - this book is on the Hagakure) >The Nobility of Failure: Tragic Heroes in the History of Japan (Ivan Morris) >Shinto: The Kami Way
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>>8289 Here are some excerpts from the book I was referencing (>>6731): Despite the highly charged nature of their predicament, the suicide pilots never (except in certain special situations that will shortly be described) indulged in displays of hysteria or dramatics, and it was widely recognized that from the inception of kamikaze units in 1944 theirs was the highest morale in the Japa­nese armed forces. [10.141] Even pilots who had the minimum experience were full of enthusiasm as they took off on their one-way mis­sions; and this joyful approach made up for their lack of training. In the descriptions of daily life in the kamikaze bases and in the personal writings of the pilots there is rarely a trace of gloom or pessimism; and on the day of their departure, as they prepared to soar up like Icarus on his flight towards the sun, their usual mood was one of eagerness and exaltation that seems to have voided all instinct for survival. [10.142] In a typical photograph of a kamikaze fighter tightening the Rising Sun hachimaki round the helmet of a fellow pilot who is about to sortie, the young man is smiling with relaxed self-possession as if he and his companion were getting ready for a wedding ceremony or a graduation. Lieutenant Suga Yoshimune of the True Spirit Special Attack Unit describes his pride at being given a chance to prove his sincerity by defending Japan with this “final trump card.” [10.143] “Life has now become a true pleasure for me,” he says. “How genial is the springtime for us who belong to a [Special Attack] unit—so much warmer and softer than in the sad world outside!” -------------------------- 'The field was pock-marked with bomb holes, but following my hand signals, the planes were skilfully taxied to their starting places without mishap. As I waved my right hand in the signal for taking off, Lieutenant Nakano raised himself in the cockpit and shouted, “Com­mander Nakajima! Commander Nakajima!”' 'Fearing that something had gone wrong, I ran to the side of his plane to learn what troubled him. His face was wreathed in smiles as he called, “Thank you, Commander. Thank you very much....” Realizing that enemy raiders might appear at any moment and that there was not an instant to lose, I wordlessly gave the signal for take-off.' Nakano’s plane started forward with a roar. As the second plane passed in front of me the engine was revved down momentarily as the pilot screamed, “Commander! Commander!” I flagged him on with a vigorous wave of my arm, but through the din came back his shrieked farewell: “Thank you for choosing me!” I pretended not to hear these messages, but they tore at my heart. The scene repeated itself as each smiling pilot passed my position and I waved on the next: No. 3... No. 4... No. 5—each did the same.... [10.75]
>>8278 >Videos of Japanese airplanes in WWII always have a nice comfy vibe to them. It seems like a beautiful way to die, with the vast blue sky being the last thing you see. They remind me of this scene from Porco Rosso. >>8299 The simple joys of life, such as looking at a beautiful flower or reading a good poem, are easier to appreciate when you know you don't have a lot of time left on this earth. Maybe that is why samurai had an appreciation for the arts as well, since they lived with the idea that every day could be their last. The reason why people today feel so restless is because they assume that they are able to live up to 100 (assuming they die of natural causes), which feels like an eternity and there is no joy in being 'stuck' for so long in this world.
>>8319 >It seems like a beautiful way to die, with the vast blue sky being the last thing you see. Yes, I agree. Also, that anime looks like a good one, I will have to check it out here soon. I have seen far too little Miyazaki. Really only seen Mononoke Hime and Spirited Away iirc. >Maybe that is why samurai had an appreciation for the arts as well, since they lived with the idea that every day could be their last. Exactly. Like it's said in the Hagakure, it's recommended that the samurai should rehearse his death every morning and night, living as if already dead. Even if they never read Jocho's words, I'm sure that many samurai took this idea quite seriously, especially since Japanese culture traditionally is really imbued with the idea of impermanence with the ideas of mono no aware and related symbols such as cherry blossoms, the "utsusemi no yo" or the fragile cicada-shell like world. I'm not sure if I can fully grasp their attitude towards death, though reading about stuff like what happened in Saipan is macabre, but also fascinating in a way. Quote from same book: >It was not only pilots, or even military men, who responded with suicidal desperation to the agonizing course of events. In battle after battle, from the Aleutians to Guadalcanal, Japanese soldiers avoided surrender by participating in fierce suicide at­tacks, which the Americans described as “banzai charges.” Proba­bly the most fearsome scenes of all took place on the island of Saipan in July 1944. When organized military resistance became impossible, some three thousand Japanese soldiers, most of them armed with nothing but bayonets or sticks, charged into the concentrated machine-gun fire of the American marines and were mown down to the last man. [10.82] At times the Japanese corpses were piled so high that the marines had to move their machine-gun emplacements into an open line of fire as new waves surged forward. A particularly macabre note was provided by a contin­gent of wounded soldiers, many of them swathed in bandages and leaning on the shoulders of their comrades, who staggered out of the hospitals and infirmaries to take part in the last suicide attack. Subsequently entire units of Japanese soldiers knelt down in rows to be decapitated by their commanding officers, who then in turn committed harakiri; hundreds of other soldiers shot themselves through the head or, more frequently, exploded themselves with hand-grenades. As the marines advanced through the blood-drenched island, they witnessed one mass sui­cide after another, culminating in the terrible last scene when hundreds of Japanese civilian inhabitants, including large num­bers of women with children in their arms, hurled themselves off the cliffs or rushed out of caves by the sea and drowned them­selves rather than risk the indignity of capture. The self-slaughter, probably the ghastliest in world history since the mass suicide of the Jews in Masada, continued for three days and nights; when finally Admiral Spruance was able to announce that the island was “secure,” less than one thousand Japanese survived from the original thirty-two thousand, and hardly a single soldier remained to be taken prisoner. >The reason why people today feel so restless is because they assume that they are able to live up to 100 (assuming they die of natural causes), which feels like an eternity and there is no joy in being 'stuck' for so long in this world. And also we live in a time where even though the average life-expectancy has started to go up, it's also arguably the most boring and soulless period of human history. Mishima talks about this in several interviews and writings of his, and I think he's right. My Romanticism kicks in strong when I think of these things.
>>8278 >Videos of Japanese airplanes in WWII always have a nice comfy vibe to them. On a side note, 8k has a currently sliding thread about Pearl Harbor. It seems a CIAnigger (7a748d) tried to dilute the thread with dense walls of text into the end of it. He posted 11 times, irrelevant crap.

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Non-denominational /loomis/ Drawpile Thread Artist 07/06/2020 (Mon) 03:07:21 No.719 [Reply] [Last]
Drawpile ( is a collaborative drawing and visual shitposting software. Every Sunday at 10pm EST good /loomis/ boys and girls of all skill levels from across the internet come together for a one-of-a-kind artistic experience. Join us! Drawpile > Session > Join > Host ( > Channel (/loomis/)
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How mousey of us.
The talent has successfully been cordoned off into its own ghetto.
Here's how my corner looked in the end.
>>867 Ah yes by the way: I remember someone on this thread lamenting the fact they couldn't upload files of a certain file size because they were too large/wide. If you want to post them without resizing them, just put them under a spoiler. Apparently, the way thumbnails are made is dependent on the original filesize, if it's larger than a set amount it just crashes and won't let you post. Spoilering the file though solves the issue, since no thumbnail is saved.

WELCOME TO I-C-U-P Anonymous 05/04/2020 (Mon) 23:08:07 No.1 [Reply] [Last]
STREAM AT MATCH SCHEDULE ON >>1233 AND >>1234 This board is a the new home to the /icup/ and /8cc/ boards over Our objective at /icup/ is to provide sports oriented competitions for all boards of the Webring (as well as any other IB who's willing to pitch in) of various sports. Our most well known tournament is of course the 8chan Cup or Inter-Board Cup, hosted...sometimes by our tireless rigger SKF. For more information about the 8chan Cup/Inter-board Cup and all teams competing in it you can visit RULES 1. Global rules apply (don't post illegal stuff) 2. Threads should be about creating new teams for the upcoming Inter-board Cups, as well as discussing new formats (Racing Wars, Handegg, Majoritycrimerateball, Wrestling in collab with 8chanmania) and suggesting new tools to mod and host better tournaments 3. Organizing sponsored and friendly matches among teams; 4. Organizing your own board's team and roster. Match replays:
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>>1779 I was really hoping we could have had a G-CUP to complement the I-CUP, as in Global Cup, with all the regional boards. In our case, it'd be something like this: /librejp/ /ita/ /ausneets/ /dup/ (for the USA) /britfeel/ (if they finish their export in time) /christian/ (vatican city) /islam/ (Middle East) And possibly any sort of extra regional team that'd be willing to join us, if we could link up with an /argentina/ board or get the /hisparefugio/ guys back in it'd be grand.
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>>1784 Sorry forgot my pic (obviously it's going to be a golden G-cup bra with the world beneath it or something)
>>1784 The /hisparefugio/ seem to be MIA, but there's an active /argentina/ board on endchan
>>1784 /lego/ represents the Danes
>>1787 Sounds like a great idea. Gotta try asking them. >>1788 Heh. Could work actually.

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And again

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Ecofascism, Tech Critical Blackshirt 04/29/2020 (Wed) 00:43:52 ID: 5c5f5b No.13 [Reply] [Last]
I think it would be best this time around to merge deep ecology and anti-tech into a single thread since there is so much overlap. Old thread archives: CORE READING >Technological Slavery by Theodore J. Kaczynski (2019 edition) >The Technological Society by Jacques Ellul >Industrial Society and Its Future by Theodore J. Kaczynski >Anti-Tech Revolution: Why and How? by Theodore J. Kaczynski >Can Life Prevail? by Pentti Linkola >Man and Technics by Oswald Spengler >The Collapse of Complex Societies by Joseph A. Tainter A good channel with a lot of videos on Ted Kaczynski, Linkola and Ellul:
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>>8937 Thanks for this my nigger.
>>8938 >I'll never understand why niggers think that they lived better than Nords They are just arrogant. They see all of the grand cities and buildings of the ancient Mediterranean and they act like they are the hottest shit that has ever existed. While Greece and Rome definitely did bring many great things into the world, they were certainly not perfect, indulged in some forms of degeneracy, and, as you kinda hint at, most of them lived in shitty conditions and spontaneously collapsing tenement blocks away from the soil. While undeniably less complex in a material sense, Germanic peoples at the time were living a more natural life and were far more impeccable in terms of virtue (as Tacitus admits).
>>8939 >it had nothing to do with stupidity or backwardness I don't see how anyone can say that, unless they didn't read what Roman historians like tacticus had stated that he finds the Germans to be some of the wisest people. Hell I'm a bit hazy but I think some Greeks even admired the Celts and Germans and even also said they were very wise along with the Scythians who were highly admired by the Greeks. Civilization is and building architecture is not a measure of intelligence.
>>8937 > their front walls were only a foot and a half thick Holy f. That's like luxury today.
>>8939 Rome was by far one of the cleanest places on this planet. The problem is the hordes of slaves and migrants brought in as cheap labor, requiring quick and cheap housing.

/overboard/ discussions Anonymous 06/27/2020 (Sat) 01:26:22 No.13389 [Reply] [Last]
Should /icup/ be added to the sfwoverboard?
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No. It should be banned for spamming. Spamming every single board on the webring to come to your board is worse than Zchan ever did.
>>13465 U wot m8? It is (or was) a nation-specific /r9k/, except somewhere along the line the handful of us that remain stopped giving a shit about not having a girlfriend, went through varying levels of self-improvement, and now we just update each other on our lives, hobbies, and interests. It would be more accurate to file it under "Lifestyle".
>>13474 More accurate under sad loser discord.
>>13475 Ah so this is why you decided to "raid" britfeel or whatever the hell it is you're doing with the constant shitposts. Sad.
>>13389 /icup/ BO here I wouldn't mind the board be made into a SFW one, I'll just ask people to spoiler lewds.

/icup/ Drawthread Supporter 05/05/2020 (Tue) 22:59:26 No.20 [Reply] [Last]
Post OC and edits you may make of cups, former, current and future.
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>>1754 Speaking of the booru, found this on there
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Yo lad where's our banner?
I gave the BO a heads up about the banner. I haven't seen it yet either, and I haven't figured out how to change the banners for the board.
>>1778 >>1763 >>1757 Actually, I added both of them, but for some reason they appear and disappear at random.
>>1778 Actually, SKF, I thought you could manage banners as well. I'll shoot the admins a request.

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Converting leftists Blackshirt 07/08/2020 (Wed) 22:39:00 ID: cff7c8 No.3059 [Reply] [Last]
It's no secret that eventually we will come across actual leftists with an interest in real class warfare instead of pseudo socialist radlibs with retarded notions of opposing a system that supports them wholeheartedly. It's important that we convert them and add their revolutionary spirit to the fold. Convince them of the ills of such materialist ideology and if failing that convince them of the merits of the third position and the standard of living it would bring to millions of lives. Avoid faggots like Vaush and if you were a leftist before converting posting ideas itt palatable to our unawakened comrades would be greatlty appreciated.
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>>8465 >American Indians >Malays What was he saying about Malays and American Indians?
The pursuit is not exactly fruitless, is just that the results will be underwhelming. As I said, men cannot be molded back once their identities have settled. When that happens—if ever—we cannot say, some retain the personality they developed when they were 13, some keep their minds unbound. The first group are slaves, they will forever be trapped in their mindset, no matter where they find themselves in. Leftism is based off this way of thinking from those who are marginalized (and ruthless capitalism is from the master's view), so, it is only natural that all leftists who are deep into the ideology are complete slaves. Even if we eliminate all marxist ideas and rationalizations, we will still get a defective human, fill his head with right-wing ideas and you will get an angry failure who now blames jews and women for all his problems, instead of wasting his time in discussions about unions and intersectionality, he would be talking about circumcision or how a Hollywood movie is literally White genocide. Fascism is abstract, unbound, and esoteric; it will never be understood my these kinds of people, now should be insult its name my pretending it to be possible. And while unrelated, I want to add; this does not only apply to leftists, manny so-called « third positionists » also suffer from this. When using a spectrum to gauge someone's ideology you may have imagined that not having strong opinions about anything will put you on the same category as having strong opinions which are all over the place. This will risks categorizing Fascist men alongside slaves of fringe ideologies, be aware of the angry sheep in wolf's clothing. The only thing I can see some future with is to use these converts as golems, they are already empty shells, no matter what ideology they use to paint their excuses. But having those people stay on the left and let the degenerate them from within is also an option, we would have to consider whether their long-therm corrosion of the left would give us a bigger advantage than to use them as golems. >tl;dr: Instead of trying to convert them, we should be taking advantage of them
>>8973 The songs that Malays tend to sing and play music to tend to be sad. He was right about that
I think a good number of leftists will never be able to more close enough to our position, but they can be nudged very far to the right nonetheless as many of them operate with a good heart but little knowledge of facts and natural laws. They're naive softies and have very warped notions of justice. They also tend to be rapidly revolted by any authoritarian system unless they're really antifa radicals who dream of hardcore marxism (these individuals are dangerous and nearly all of them will not bulge and will have to be dismissed). Authority, especially in a liberal world, is frightening. They assume it would be automatically excessive. Truth be said, fascism and national socialism have certainly not fallen short of examples of this excess of power applied in all sorts of domains which should have remained within the hands of local groups of people. The best demonstration of this is how after its defeat, no force remained in Germany so as to oppose in a way or another the alien authorities. Minds were crushed, people aghast, just like shocked children without parents. It was easier to destroy the state than attack every single local group and family. But when the state invited itself everywhere and took control of families, it was crossing a line that proved detrimental to the success of the doctrine. In other words, too much "statism" had a thing to do in its undoing.

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Open Thread 08/31/2020 (Mon) 21:01:08 No.34 [Reply] [Last]
[JW01 ~ 08/24/2019] There aren't many people here, but this bunker needs more content. Post something interesting that doesn't fit into other threads.
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>>248 Impressive autism tbh smh.
>>691 Which one, there are so many today?
There were two movies that I saw maybe around 2004 to 2005. I don't remember the titles, perhaps someone also has seen them? One was a black and white samurai film that maybe was from the '50s or '60s. I just remember that there was a samurai running around a small village and getting shot to death, it had a real sad feeling to it. Maybe it's just a Kurosawa film? The second was a snowboarding video that was possibly made for no money by a bunch of friends. I remember that it was a mockumentary and the title may have been a play on of This is Spinal Tap. Thank you.
>>694 Yojimbo is a Kurosawa film where a samurai runs around a small village, but I don't remember him getting shot
This new book on the sweeping influence of Richard Wagner sounds interesting. It reminds me I still need to watch that Syderberg documentary with Winifred Wagner. >For better or worse, Wagner is the most widely influential figure in the history of music. Around 1900, the phenomenon known as Wagnerism saturated European and American culture. Such colossal creations as The Ring of the Nibelung, Tristan und Isolde, and Parsifal were models of formal daring, mythmaking, erotic freedom, and mystical speculation. A mighty procession of artists, including Virginia Woolf, Thomas Mann, Paul Cézanne, Isadora Duncan, and Luis Buñuel, felt his impact. Anarchists, occultists, feminists, and gay-rights pioneers saw him as a kindred spirit. Then Adolf Hitler incorporated Wagner into the soundtrack of Nazi Germany, and the composer came to be defined by his ferocious antisemitism. For many, his name is now almost synonymous with artistic evil. >In Wagnerism, Alex Ross restores the magnificent confusion of what it means to be a Wagnerian. A pandemonium of geniuses, madmen, charlatans, and prophets do battle over Wagner’s many-sided legacy. As readers of his brilliant articles for The New Yorker have come to expect, Ross ranges thrillingly across artistic disciplines, from the architecture of Louis Sullivan to the novels of Philip K. Dick, from the Zionist writings of Theodor Herzl to the civil-rights essays of W.E.B. Du Bois, from O Pioneers! to Apocalypse Now.

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Race War General - /rwg/ Blackshirt 06/11/2020 (Thu) 18:27:58 No.1020 [Reply] [Last]
This thread for the discussion of pro-white resistance, past or present, from an onlookers perspective, especially focused on people such as Anders Behring Breivik, Brenton Tarrant and the various copycats that we've seen since March 2019. Are they doing what has to be done? Is it more harmful than helpful? Are they all false flags? Discuss! Memes should go here: >>858 >The Breivik Archive >Manifestos >>823
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>>8926 I thought they were already banned?
>>8979 There is an article where he trying to "analyze" Crusius and Tarrant manifestos, but it's full of Zognald praising and "muh corporations are good, racism is bad and everyone who against it is a nazi commie marxist !". And the site is full of such cartoons. He even worse than Ben Garrison, since Ben at least know about 4chan /pol/ and noticed at bashing of zionists and jihadits equally (find Ben's cartoons "Shared vision", "Stuck in the middle east", "Bad Advice") .
>>8994 Having the gooks and nips stop them.
>>8996 >since Ben at least know about 4chan /pol/ The man posted on 8chan a couple of times, he's no stranger.
>>8996 That article is unbearable, I can’t imagine what drives a man to disparage environmentalism, praise immigration, suck off corporations and call Hitler and Mosley leftists. I swear that people such as this are sometimes far more harmful than actual leftist propaganda, because boomers will just eat it up and parrot it back at anyone who actually wants to secure the existence of their people. Just like “fascist” or “racist” among leftists, “leftist” and “socialist” are nothing but pejoratives you hurl at your opponents without understanding the meaning

opinions on R J Rushdoony? Anonymous 09/23/2020 (Wed) 11:05:25 No.225 [Reply] [Last]
>Rousas John Rushdoony (April 25, 1916 – February 8, 2001) was a Calvinist philosopher, historian, and theologian and is credited as being the father of Christian Reconstructionism[3] and an inspiration for the modern Christian homeschool movement.[4][5] His followers and critics have argued that his thought exerts considerable influence on the evangelical Christian right.[6] Iknow he's a Calvinist but do you enjoy his works and what he had to say?

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/otter/ thread #0 Anonymous 04/07/2020 (Tue) 12:08:10 No.975 [Reply] [Last]
So I've noticed that since otters are already a very niche topic, most of the threads on this board are specific to a degree that very few people will participate in them, making /otter/'s activity suffer. There are few threads with more than a handful of replies on here. A solution to this could be to make a general thread, i. e. to throw everything into one b᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎ig conti᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎nuous thread where everything otter-related can be discussed. So let's try that out. Please direct your otterposting into this thread from now on.᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎
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>>1443 Otters are fun in the water and otters are fun on land. But otter without water is sad otter.
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>>975 Otters shouldn't be a niche topic, they are very important.

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Brenton Tarrant Thread Blackshirt 06/10/2020 (Wed) 21:12:31 No.858 [Reply] [Last]
Post news about Brenton Tarrant, as well as memes, images and general discussion.
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>>7539 >trust my personal experience >signed: anon
>>7775 I’d sooner believe an anon who says that he does that occasionally than the idea that some retard / agent assigned to /fascist/ is lying about what he does just to cover Tarrant’s ass
>>7776 >I’d sooner believe an anon who says that he does that occasionally than the idea that some retard / agent assigned to /fascist/ is lying about what he does just to cover Tarrant’s ass A statement that sounds most contradictory.
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Anonymous 09/20/2020 (Sun) 15:34:05 No.1 [Reply] [Last]
Welcome to Anon Cafe, /monarchy/! t. /fascist/
>>1 What was wrong with the 8ch board? Not that I mind, I much rather you guys being here.
>>5 8moe was taken down with a ToS violation for about a week. In case it didn't come back up this place was set up.

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/k/ video games Strelok 05/14/2020 (Thu) 04:53:04 No.236 [Reply] [Last]
I just wanted to play video games and post loli! Are there any shooters with cute animu girls that isn't lootershooter crap?
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>>6051 >Feminist: Anti-facist warfare Some of the mods are good, but a recent update nuked them, so unless I can find a torrent of an older version I'm not touching that with a 11 feet pole.
>>6051 >Finally, STALKER 2 is coming to both PC and Xbox Series X as a console launch exclusive. This marks the first time that STALKER has come to a console, which is no doubt exciting for Xbox fans. In addition, STALKER 2 will be available through Xbox Game Pass. Damn, looks like stalker 2 isn't coming out after all, its a shame all those wishes from anons of GSC making a sequel were in vain. Oh well, hopefully now that its official modders or game devs will start making more stalker/stalker inspired stuff, but it might take a while for people to realize its really never coming back.
I've spent all night looking, but either I suck at searching or there really isn't any interest in a realistic modern era war game that doesn't have some idiot grunt for the government as the player character. Jagged Alliance 2 is either not realistic enough in terms of motivation/tech or I just don't know second-gen boomer mentality enough, that new sniper ghost warrior contracts is actually a fun game but too much sci-fi, and other stuff like far cry 2 I already know about. At this point, I might as well just settle for the only thing I did find, the merc expansions for arma 1 and 2. I fucking wish somebody had come up with an xbox emulator so I could play mercenaries: playground of destruction, arcady as it is.
>>6073 >an xbox emulator that works I'm going to sleep.
>>6054 >Some of the mods are good, but a recent update nuked them, so unless I can find a torrent of an older version I'm not touching that with a 11 feet pole. Try moddb. It usually has old versions available for download unless the modders intentionally go back and kill them. >>6073 Marauder, if you can handle the slavic autism.

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Banner Thread Anonymous 09/27/2019 (Fri) 13:53:24 No.18 [Reply] [Last]
Howsabout we spruce this board up a little?
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>>172 I both lurk /doll/ since I discovered you after the migration from 8ch, and I keep your board archived regularly as well. I like your board BO. >t. /robowaifu/
>>172 >/toy/'s territory Don't sweat it, it's no problem t. /toy/ BO. I've posted on the /toy/ meta thread so anyone interested in these changes will know too.
>>172 Thanks BO, that's great news! I hope it will help reviving the board.
>>172 Even if I don't post here since I have no dolls myself, I want to say i really like this board and wish it got more posts.
>>185 As someone who actually own dolls, I am more than agreeing. You know even if you don't own any, you can still discuss about it and maybe later start collecting yourself...there have been many great dolls this year.

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/rocks/ - Rocks, minerals and fossils Anonymous 10/24/2019 (Thu) 11:57:51 No.2 [Reply] [Last]
Crystals and gems, salts etc
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I used to collect rocks as a kid and they would mess up the washing machine. None were as pretty as these. Think of clear, green and brown glass bottle pieces that had been safely rounded by the river flow.
>>700 You mean like in the OP pic?
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Today I learned about prasiolite and herkimer diamond Both of these are actually green varieties of quartz
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Amethyst or Ametrine

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/lax/ - Relax (with scenery and inspiration) Anonymous 10/24/2019 (Thu) 17:41:00 No.51 [Reply] [Last]
Dreams, random ideas and chill vibes
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/hover/ - Hovercraft & Advanced Tech Anonymous 10/24/2019 (Thu) 12:30:32 No.4 [Reply] [Last]
Means for thrust, lift and things related
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I read a story once in which an alien space craft was powered by a vacuum (as in difference potential between air and vacuum or something to do with vacuum turning turbines)
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/fascist/ OC general Blackshirt 07/04/2020 (Sat) 10:31:45 ID: 934ffe No.2800 [Reply] [Last]
For OC and /fascist/-related content.
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>>8823 I remember that some ideas were thrown back and forth back on 8chan, but nothing really stuck and by that time basically everyone knew her as Integralist-chan
>>8824 Eva, is a suggestion
>>3631 no I'm Adolf Stalin, still here, just use the flag whenever I feel like, and when I don't, I don't.
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>>8823 >>8824 >>8847 I suggest Tainara or Tainá (Are national and popular indigenous names with traditional origins), sound more brazilian.
>>8852 Tainara sounds nice, but I would think it should be left up to multiple anons rather than just the two of us.

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Blackshirt 08/07/2020 (Fri) 13:19:55 ID: 54fb3f No.4874 [Reply] [Last]
Big list of imageboards easily sortable Enjoy
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>>5110 Yes, but they're Tor only now
>>5110 It never went away, it simply remained tor only after the kikes shoaded clearweb site.
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Our site got a mention along with Neinchan in the same paragraph here:
>>8503 >/x/ has disappeared It's out there. on zzz.
>>4874 Hey this is Paul, email me I wanna say whats up

Can Fascism/National Socialism have a militia or armed populace? Blackshirt 09/22/2020 (Tue) 06:32:38 ID: 5c6e4f No.8922 [Reply] [Last]
Not a lolbert faggot, but I don't know everything about NS/Fascism, obviously by the title. Obviously Hitler was pro-gun, however I think it was limited to party members. My main concern would be, what is keeping such an authoritarian regime from being corrupt once the dictator dies and is succeeded? If this were to happen, wouldn't it be necessary to go full Murrica on the guy? Please share your thoughts, I think this is an interestijg question.
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This is kind of a hard question national socialism allows the people to be armed and ns germany did set up some militia the qestion of a armed populace would be yes but militias maybe?I only see militias being allowed in national socialist government that does not want a corrupt leader so allowing militias would be one of the ways
I believe every household should have a rifle, not only for self-defense, but also to form a militia for the service and defense of the folk, and, if the state turns against the folk, to overthrow the tyrannical state.
>what is keeping such an authoritarian regime from being corrupt once the dictator dies and is succeeded Ideally nothing. Any such check would necessarily weaken the office and render it less effective. That is the nature of rulership. Degrees of checks and balances would render it first into a Monarchy, then a Republic, then a Democracy and then finally Anarchy. If you lust for the perfect Father, you must be as the perfect child: Helpless and without agency. You can of course still have government without being disarmed, but each step continues you down the path leading away from the glorious speaker.
>>8932 >Ideally nothing [is keeping a dicator's successor from becoming corrupt] I know this isn't how you meant it but this line makes it sound like you're advocating for corrupt leadership. Of course, the answer to the question is not the threat of retaliation by the masses (though I'm not opposed to gun ownership for the case of home defense, including defending oneself from a compromised state), but nigh insurmountable requirements for the head of the state. Simple requirements like the US and much of the first world has now (age, natural-born citizenship*) are not enough and they actually incentivize corruption as those with the largest pocketbooks can control who gets the most exposure and thus who is elected.
>>8942 It's really a farce how long the entry requirements are in most places. Just as soldiers do not pick their own generals, and how members of a sports-team don't pick their coaches, only someone with impeccable skills, intelligence and self-control should ever be allowed anywhere near the seat of power. Great men don't arise from a mere preponderance of votes. Philosopher king now.

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Massive Explosion in Beirut Strelok 08/04/2020 (Tue) 18:20:31 No.4686 [Reply] [Last]
Mainstream is claiming its likely a fireworks factory explosion but I'm not buying it, what kind of firepower do you need to pull this off?
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Didn't they also just find an entirely different unsecured cache of ammonium fertilizer at that same port just a week or two ago?
>>5677 This is probably from the fire reported in the offtopic thread. IIRC there was something weird about the circumstances that suggested it was an old politician trying to hide evidence or a young politician trying to make a profit. The fire was caused in a duty-free warehouse meaning one that's already had taxes paid on it.
They say an arms depot exploded in Lebanon. At this point i believe 100% it was the jews screwing around with all these places, but i don't know why unless there was a massive thing being planned and they sniffed it out.
>>6085 Also never forget middle eastern incompetence. But I do also agree that it's probably just jews fucking with these countries either for the fun of it or some plan that we aren't even aware of.

/bun/ - Rabbit and Bunny Anonymous 11/08/2019 (Fri) 20:08:01 No.395 [Reply] [Last]
Bunnies or things related with bunnies
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