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File: c4f37de33782089⋯.png (147.84 KB, 500x608, 125:152, Deng-Hoxha-Posadist Though….png)

 No.2935910[Reply]

Is the best way to convert American libertarians to communism telling them that several socialist countries had zero income tax?

Like, maybe a Paultard would go full Hoxhaist if you told him Albanians used to be free from the tyranny of taxation.

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 No.2935979

All the answers assuming you can convert lolberts are wrong, the answer is that they’re retards and if they want the truth they’ll seek it out


 No.2935980

>>2935944

on the environment they become monarchists and argue that aristocratic ownership of land for hunting grounds in feudal europe preserved the natural environment


 No.2935982

>>2935980

Lolberts religiously worship authoritarian hierarchy, ‘‘tis better to euthanize them


 No.2935995

>>2935982

Yeah a lot of lolberts have absolutely disgusting world views, and a lot of them are dogmatic about it too, the younger lolberts are more saveable than the older ones, and the lolberts that are actually confused workers than petty-bourgeois people.


 No.2936028

>>2935978

He'll just yell and shoot at them. A handful of lolberts just end up on that point in the spectrum because they legit "just want muh freedums" because they see liberals and anarchists as cringelords and edgier cringelords, and obviously burger propaganda has tainted communism for almost anyone, so "bottom right" seems like the only appropriate quadrant to them.




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 No.2935954[Reply]

We should make the rightard come out of the closet. Should be easy. /pol/ and ;liberty/ would be our main targets.

 No.2935958

a thread died for this




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 No.2935925[Reply]

What do we think about the idea of sortition? Could it be a democratic way of organising protests and workers councils? Discuss

 No.2935929

Any method like this has strengths and weaknesses. When you talk about specific scenarios, you should consider your options and go with whatever works best for that organization or action and its goals.

Sortition has the benefits of avoiding corruption or favoritism, or power seeking, not to mention how much effort gets wasted campaigning. There's unfortunately little to encourage competent individuals winning, unless you put a lot of effort into making sure anybody would do alright. That can be a good culture to nurture, but it's also resource- and effort-intensive.


 No.2935930

No. Direct democracy GOTY all years


 No.2935960

What was wrong with this thread?

>>2925068




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 No.2934679[Reply]

You are Leonid Brezhnev and the year is 1972. Economic growth is starting to falter and optimism in a bright communist future is wavering.

What do you do?

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 No.2935369

>>2935367

Big titty Brezhnev.


 No.2935375

>trim eyebrows

>hug honecker instead of smooching him like a fucking lemon party


 No.2935380

>>2934819

thanks. you deserve a medal.


 No.2935915

Usher in cultural revolution.


 No.2935922

Go to war because it's be better than capitalism anyways




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 No.2926332[Reply]

>I kill a communist for fun, but for a green card I'm gonna cut him real nice

what did tony mean by this

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 No.2927004

>>2926983

'undertones'?

>>2926926

The fact that the concept of an Other drives much of human behaviour (especially reactionary behaviour) seems pretty undeniable.


 No.2927029

>>2926429

Probably because got exactly what he deserved. Wanted a taste of "freedom", ended up dead.


 No.2927030

>>2926709

>it seems like dads who subscribe to these things, have somewhat of an abusive relationship with his daughter.

If anything it's usually the opposite, unless you view coddling as abusive which in certain circumstances, can be. All of the father's I've seen wear shirts like that never do anything on them even after their daughter goes on a long date.


 No.2927128

Black people love Scarface too


 No.2935889

>>2926332

Gang leaders are underground bourgeois.




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 No.2934316[Reply]

Any reason these critically acclaimed shows are going full red scare mode recently? Isn’t this country already the most classcucked place on earth?

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 No.2935690

>>2934322

Since I am not knowledgeable on the topic, do you know of any resources which detail the inaccuracies of HBO's Chernobyl so that I can white-knight for the USSR when I hear people talking shit


 No.2935697

>>2935690

there's a thread in the catalog


 No.2935707

>>2935683

>>implying theory and communist media is not fun

Never said it couldn't be, but if that's all you consume it probably does get pretty boring.

And yeah, capitalist media can be entertaining, because basically all media out there is capitalist. Sue me. I wish we lived under a better system but we don't (yet). I'm not going to become a hermit that only reads Marx and watches old USSR state television.

I still stand by my point that in S3, the ebil commies are just a statement on the paranoia in American society at the time.


 No.2935719

>>2935625

> it mentions how some in the USSR were willing to sacrifice themselves for the betterment of the whole.

The HBO show makes an anti-soviet mockery out of this. However the actual rescuers indeed stated that their sentiment of sacrifice to save people was the driving force.

>allowed to have fun

We know, but frankly I don't find anything fun in HBOs Chernobyl. It;s well acted and has great camera and effects work, but the blatant ideology is nauseating. Stranger Things isn't bad because it's primarily an 80s nostalgia adventure.


 No.2935878

>>2935719

Yep I was mainly referring to Stranger Things since I haven't watched Chernobyl. ST has never tried to be realistic.




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 No.2935221[Reply]

Read this man just a little bit, and the utter retardation of the modern left will start making sense.

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 No.2935892

>>2935868

Last I heard the title to the university's land wasn't being bought by those gifts. What those institutions fundamentally are hasn't changed. Again, there has to be a reason why the gifts are necessary in the first place. If the universities are just a guise for the corporate rulers and all the plum university positions go to their kids, the gifts aren't necessary. If corporations were utterly dominant (and again, "the corporations" are not a collective hive mind in the first place), there would be no need for gifts, because they have the government and the academic institutions under their thumb already. It would not be necessary to send gifts of this size to buy the mere loyalty of institutions, nor are they large enough to simply buy outright the institutions. They are tithes.

>>2935874

Tuition and taxes (for the public university system and public school system) are what allow the academy to exist primarily. That is where they get the bulk of their funding.

Again, the people at top levels of the government are all elite educated. Most of the functionaries that operate the police state are educated to various degrees, and after Snowden I'm quite certain they're not letting in any GED cases and quickly firing anyone with any significant demerit. Abstract concepts do not have real material power. Guns and the direct relations of actors to each other have power.

Let me ask, what do you think happens when the money is no longer any good, and financialized capital is exposed as the fraud that it is? Capital is not some spooky concept that commands us, it is people doing deliberate things with their hoards of wealth, over and over again, because they can. The ruling class is quite aware of the nature of power since they, well, rule. Few in the ruling class are truly so retarded to believe in ancap ideology or the bullshit Milton Friedman sells; they know that money is just a means to power, and that money itself is a quite illusory thing, whether it's fiat or backed by some precious metal we're told is supposed Post too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.2935906

>>2935873

Your misunderstanding is believing the Academy has anything to with learning. The methods used in schools for poor kids aren't just ineffective, they're intentionally destructive and set out to confuse the child to make a simple concept like addition, subtraction, or reading appear complex and jumbled. This is especially apparent in how reading is taught. You could literally just hand the kids basic instructional material to learn to read, then booklets to learn arithmetic and further language development, and you'd do better than the entire grade school curriculum in the majority of cases. The unorthodox cases could be handed with simple tutoring until those children learn basic literacy and arithmetic and that would cover about 90-95% of the student population. Of the remainder, some percent are just truly uneducable for a variety of reasons, and the rest could still be handled in a far better way than what happens now (basically, if you are in that group that is designated problematic, the school just marks you down and throws you literally into the trash bin, you're life-unworthy-of-life).

From an early stage, the American education system was entirely about social control, and making sure the multitudes of Americans know their social rank and where they are to be assigned in life. That goes beyond the mere goal of making good capitalist workers, you're moving to a more exact form of social control and hierarchy, where the hierarchy is etched explicitly into the ruling ideology. Liberal capitalism maintains the fiction, in a vague sense, that all men are created equal, but the Academy explicitly cannot allow that; according to the Academy, you are an A student, a B student, an F student, and so on, and you are practically given a whole ideology to go along with that grouping. If you think that people can escape this grouping, you haven't been paying attention, or you're just blatantly lying, because I've never been allowed for a second to forget my social rank, and in my case the status is legally marked and my freedom to exist specifically, legally reduced.

The ultimate goal, which becomes more and more apparent every generation, is to make any sort of communicatPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.2935937

>>2935906

>If you have an institution with that much reach, that much control, you can't say they're just at the whim of capital.

Give me one example of "The Academy" (ie, the people and institutions that run the American university system) deviating from the interests of the bourgeois class (as a class, not the singular interests of certain bourgeois individuals) in the past 100 years.


 No.2935992

>>2935937

Why would they have deviating interests? For the most part, they share the same general interests for now as far as government policy, because their common enemy is the masses of poor who keep demanding things like poor relief and retirement and health care. Class collaboration is pretty useful for building something like the national security state, so at least in major policy, they need each other to continue operating. The capitalist system needs the Academy in order to be remotely functional as an atomic-age national security state, and the Academy prefers capitalism to remain the prevailing mode of production because it is useful enough. The disagreements come in subtler areas among the lower orders of the Academy that are constantly grasping for more power in the system (and thus pass laws to enforce credentialism, something the capitalists don't really want because it increases the price of labor in the area they need it most), and certain parts of the bourgeoisie that want to do ancap shit (like, say, the Kochs). Generally, though, the Academy quite likes the neoliberal reforms, because it has put their class in a much stronger position and allowed them to run a very profitable scheme to extract money from the millions seeking access to the Academy's status. Things like NAFTA are great boons to the Academy because it pushes down the lower orders of uneducated labor and pushes them into dependence on the Academy's education credentials to escape the war against them. If I'm the Academy, why would I rail against capitalism now in a major way?

I doubt it would come to an irreconcilable class war between the capitalists and the Academy, considering members of the Academy are sitting on the boards of most of the big capitalist players, and they sit on those boards precisely because of their educational pedigree. The Academy, due to its nature as an organized and strongly interconnected set of institutions, will always have the upper hand in negotiations, until the major companies are just subsidiaries of the Academy's power and a useful guise to maintain economic control until an alternative can be worked out. The kind of economic system the Academy would like to implement simply doesn't include the poor workers at all, notPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.2936430

>>2935618

that's a symptom, not a cause.

there are plenty of colleges that are very unlike Ivy Leagues, leaning both left and right




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 No.2889517[Reply]

Just finished Bob Nelson: 1501 Ways to Reward Employees - This is an upgrade to 1001 blahblahblah. On the front, it says there are over 1.6 million copies of it in print and it promises "Low-Cost and No-Cost Ideas". I love the promise of no-cost ideas, so I took the pro-active measure of downloading this from a warez site.

<HEALTH & WELLNESS TIPS

<• Pay for gym/health club membership.

Nice one. You know the title says 1501 ways to reward, it doesn't say good ways. Big numbers look more impressive, so the title isn't "Three Nice Ideas"; and if it were, you would just look at the summary at the back of the book without buying, and that's un-American (buying something you have no use for is at the very American end of the spectrum). Speaking of being American, I'm not, so at first I was puzzled by this other thing from the list:

<• Pay a medical bill.

Maybe there's a different and more out-of-the-box way to think about that one, eheheh my American friends?

And now, millenials. Did you know that millenials, also called

<Gen Y, the Nintendo Generation, the Microwave Generation, Generation Next, the Net Generation, Generation Why, the Echo Boomers, and the Trophy Generation

are

<optimistic, hardworking, and high achieving, systematically setting and then achieving goals in rapid sequence

(I suspect the author got paid by word count)? Here is one of the

<HIGH-TECH TIPS

for interacting with millenials in your workforce:

<• Join and use the social networks they use.

That way you can also interact with your workforce on Sunday and holidays, yaaay.

<The Millennials have learned that in times of change one needs a constant source of feedback (think “video game”) to be on the mark and to adjust their performance accordingly.

More inspiring stuff for you kids of the Trophy Generation:

<According to Jeff Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.2929474

Another business novel by Goldratt (with Ilan Eshkoli and Joe Brownleer): Isn't It Obvious? (2009). This one is about managing a chain of stores. Not as dull as the one with the software business, but despite that nobody here is going to read it anyway, so let's just skip to what the heroes have learned in the end:

<“But the demand from a regional warehouse is the aggregated demand of all the stores it services. Since we have about ten stores per region the aggregation causes the forecast at the regional level to be about three times more accurate than the forecast of each store. This is fundamental statistics. And the forecast at the central warehouse level, which aggregates the demand from all ten regions, is three times better again.”

<“Correct,” Caroline agreed. “And Paul’s solution is based on taking advantage of the better forecast that already exists. Retail chains should not hold the inventories at the worst forecast level; at the stores. Instead they should hold most of the inventories at the best forecast level; at the central warehouse. And use the flexibility provided by the relatively short replenishment time to direct the merchandise to where reality is showing it is needed.”

“Nice way of putting it, my girl,” Henry commented. “But this is where I got stuck, within the company boundaries. That’s as far as the aggregation train took me. You said you have a solution. Have you managed to push it further? If so, I must be missing something.”

<Proudly, Caroline answered, “If we go beyond the company’s boundaries, into the manufacturers themselves, there is no additional geographic aggregation. However, there is another type of aggregation that continues to improve the accuracy of the forecast.” Seeing that her father wasn’t following her, she explained, “Many different SKUs are produced from the same dyed fabric. On average, about ten different SKUs are made from the same fabric.”

Slowly, Henry said, “I still don’t see how this relates to our problem.”

<“I can relate to that; it wasn’t clear at the start for me, either,” she said. “We’re used to thinking about the manufacturers’ environment as a rigid environment: an environment where the production of large batches is determined months in advance. Post too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.2929477

>>2929474

Sorry for the fucked up formatting. The whole thing is one quote.


 No.2929507

>>2929474

The superiority of a planned economy really is obvious, I am cinvinced it will happen anyway even if it will ikely not be publically owned.


 No.2935804

And finally, the last of Goldratt: The Choice (2nd Revised Edition from 2010, Goldratt died in 2011). Written as a dialogue with his daughter Efrat Goldratt-Ashlag, this sums up his views about management, and in a way it's more general about personal conduct and how to live. The daughter sounds a bit autistic and writes in awe about her Father (always with uppercase F) talking in riddles, like this one:

<Suppose that you see two people arguing whether a cucumber is longer or greener. One claims that it is longer because it is green only on the outside, but is long both on the outside and on the inside. The other claims that it is greener because it is green for both its length and its width. What do you think, which one of them is right?

They go through scenarios about selling apparel and bread and it gets kinda philosophical at times. What is complexity, Father asks with pipe in hand. When there's a lot of details to a situation so that it takes a long time to describe it, his daughter thinks. But that's wrong, and he hits her with his pipe over the head (actually this isn't stated, but I'm imagining it and you can't prove it didn't happen). The way a scientist thinks about complexity is in terms of changes and predictions. When there are a few fundamental knobs in a system, so that changing them changes how everything else in it works, that's simplicity. His message is to think like a scientist. When it seems you have found many knobs in the system, don't stop there, try to drill deeper and perhaps you will find in the end it's just a few common causes at work. He says you should avoid blaming others when things don't work well, since it narrows your thinking into searching for whatever fits your preconception while ignoring signs pointing in other directions and losing sight of the bigger picture.

It was OK. What should I read next?


 No.2936507

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 No.2935282[Reply]

WHY ISN'T THERE A COMPILATION OF FRANTZ FANONS WORK WHY IS CAPITALISM SO USELESS WHEN IT COMES TO THIS SHIT AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

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 No.2935320

There are tons, it's just that they're not available in English. Although if you can read French you're in luck.


 No.2935333

>>2935320

Learning french just for him desu


 No.2935336

>>2935333

Then you're in luck. Most major authors have easily purchasable "Ouvres complètes," same goes for the Germans too. Hardly any complete works ever get fully translated into English, god knows why. Walter Benjamin got damn lucky.


 No.2935538

>>2935336

and this is why anglos are fucked


 No.2935734

>>2935538

There are equivalents for major English authors, but there's hardly ever any crossover. I'm still so fucking pissed that the work of Kracauer, Rosenzweig, Klages, remains largely untranslated, and then Marcuse's work largely out of print or difficult to get.




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 No.2934519[Reply]

i feel the one thing that splits leftypol from other leftist groups is it's discussion of idpol. i think it's important to clarify the stance of anti-idpol. obviously it rejects the bourgeois idea of idpol as if gay rights were sponsored by pepsi. but i believe most leftist outside the sphere stand for this as well. i mean to state that being anti-idpol simply means that putting idpol above all else is unhealthy as it pushes away the notion that "capitalism is bad". It is also moot as almost all idpol related problems are the result of capitalism.

with all that said i do think it's important to instate that idpol related problems are still important problems (atleat with regards to how they relate to capitalism and socialism and what not). it's not that idpol should be ignored its that idpol should be answered with a more marxist analysis.

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 No.2935009

>>2934526

>Against Idpol is in anti Idpol

Where is the st in that statement


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 No.2935621

>>2934712

>Being class reductionist completely misses key understandings of how the bourgeoisie divide the working class.

Let me just say I agree with your post, we need to analyze racism and sexism, and doing so isn't "IDPOL".

But I HATE the term 'class reductionist', because racism and sexism are existent *because* of class relations, they are not in the least bit in anyway separate from class.

We do need to diverge from class analysis to address racism and sexism, we need to intensify it to do so.


 No.2935623

>>2935621

>We do need to diverge from class analysis to address racism and sexism, we need to intensify it to do so.

We do NOT* need to diverge from class analysis to address racism and sexism, we need to intensify it to do so.


 No.2935699

why must I live among boons and tolerate their boonery

YOU LITERALLY CAN'T ANSWER THIS. THEY ARE A FUCKING SCOURGE. AT LEAST THE SPICS ACTUALLY WORK AND ARE FAMILY ORIENTED AND ARE NOMINALLY CATHOLIC AS LONG AS THEY ARE NOT DOING SANTA RIA. REGGATON IS SHIT THO

BUT BOONS ARE JUST DEPRAVED

BYE

BYE




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 No.2935516[Reply]

Daily reminder that man to the right of Vladimir Lenin is Mikhail Kalinin and not Leon Trotsky.

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 No.2935531

>>2935522

On who's left?


 No.2935540

File: 0e281442a98261a⋯.jpg (80.5 KB, 900x900, 1:1, fullmetal.jpg)

>>2935522

On our left, to Lenin's right.


 No.2935542

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>>2935530

>tfw Trotsky secretly ruled Russia the whole time


 No.2935549

>>2935531

Lenins


 No.2935560

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 No.2933625[Reply]

Remember back in 2017 when that person came around leftypol asking about the 'alt left' and claimed to be a journalist? Well I found what they ended up writing:

http://farragomagazine.com/2017/05/11/inside-the-leftypol-community/

>I first heard about leftypol (a ‘portmanteau’ of left & politics) a couple of years ago from a staunchly anarchist housemate. Since then, although I’d known it was there, I’d never bothered to venture forth into that part of the internet. Part of this hesitancy stemmed from the fact that it is hosted on 8chan – a website created because its owners found 4chan too restricting. And, from a glance, that’s technically correct. 4chan, for all its woes, at least doesn’t have a forum dedicated to zoophilia. And while 4chan draws a firm line at child pornography, for the owners of 8chan, child pornography is an inevitability of freedom of expression – a freedom, to them, that is either absolute or not. The website also has boards that spawned the alt-right, as well as the gamergate movement. However, associations being what they are, I cannot blame leftypol for this any more than I can blame the internet for facilitating hate speech (technically you can though as denizens of /leftypol/ provide advertising revenue for the website’s owner but, hey, that’d ruin this analogy).

<Fortunately for me, leftypol, despite existing in a particularly wild part of the internet, was not home to any of this patently ‘not-safe-for-work’ content. Instead, I found heady and somewhat arcane discussions concerning, amongst other things, Soviet cybernetic computerised planning, the Kurd-controlled Rojava region in northern Syria and leading green-anarchist Murray Bookchin. And then, of course, discussion and dissection of Trump and the Republicans’ policy agenda, criticism of ‘social justice warriors’ and such movements and arguments with members of the alt-right. Most of these descended into petty squabbles that Russia, China or Venezuela ‘wasn’t real socialism’.

Unlike their counterpart, /pol/, which bore the alt-right, there is a plethora of different groups with competing views on leftypoPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.2934974

>4chan, for all its woes, at least doesn’t have a forum dedicated to zoophilia.

He doesn't know about /trash/ huh?


 No.2935197

>>2934145

The article is basically a journo-liberal on an internet safari, similar to what happens when there's some sort of mass shooting and /pol/ is involved. You get misunderstandings and moronic takes galore on imageboard culture.


 No.2935421

Hey I know this magazine, it's the student magazine at my uni. Pretty shit tbh. Very idpolly


 No.2935448

Why is it that even with the MSM crawling all over this site periodically whenever there's some kind of heinous crime linked to 8ch, /leftypol/ never even gets a mention?


 No.2935457

>>2935448

because the far left in the west is basically dead. There is no equivalent of far right mass shooters,

In any case its not like /leftypol/ even stans ANTIFA or similar organizations, since 95%+ of people here see them as LARPing radlibs.




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 No.2933900[Reply]

Not sure if there was a thread already but Jason just BTFOd the shit out of National ""Bolsheviks""" and Asserists

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yimjnkym-OI

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 No.2934893

>>2934533

Man I had a weird dream last night where Jim Profit was in it.

I was going to North Korea to fight against South Korea and I met Jim Profit and one of my old primary school class mates at the airport. I talked to them and they said they were going to fight against North Korea because living standards were better in South Korea.


 No.2934948

>>2933902

it literally is, like read the comments bro lol, its fucking strasserists


 No.2934962

>>2934948

Can't you ban people from commenting on a channel? I don't understand why he doesn't do that. Maybe he feels he can woo them over, which might be defensible.

But if anti-Semitism wasn't bad enough on its own, the people who get into it tend to be total whackjobs, like guys with sandwich boards standing on street corners holding a "Jews Own USA" sign. They are going to fill up the comment section and anybody else with any sense isn't going to want to post with them.


 No.2935129

>>2934962

>Can't you ban people from commenting on a channel? I don't understand why he doesn't do that. Maybe he feels he can woo them over, which might be defensible.

Jason is heavily anti-censoring in general. He thinks he can bring them over to his side by explaining things rationally. It's why he debated Richard Spencer.


 No.2935317

>>2934533

Stop forcing this meme.




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 No.2935258[Reply]

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/moment-white-supremacist-engulfed-flames-17479751.amp

AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA LOOK AT THIS LUMPEN

MASTER RACE IN THE FLESH

 No.2935261

lol the glass came flying at him and everything

>The footage, which was played in open court, shows the level of planning, determination and intent by Morgan

Wow thank god he wasn't well funded that level of planning and intelligence is really dangerous.


 No.2935278

Based af




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 No.2935040[Reply]

UK’s GCHQ spy centre seeks new powers to circumvent encryption

The Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) has proposed that tech companies allow state spies into encrypted chats and calls. The new surveillance measures, known as a “ghost protocol,” would allow a government agent to “sit in” on ostensibly secure private conversations without the knowledge of other participants.

https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2019/07/06/gchq-j06.html

Venezuelan envoy rejects ‘biased’ report at UN rights body

A top Venezuelan diplomat on Friday blasted what he called the “biased vision” of a report by the U.N. human rights chief chronicling torture, sexual abuse and extrajudicial killings in the country, and demanded it be “corrected.”

https://www.apnews.com/8349d5ca263d494b849923529530ccf4

German neo-Nazi doomsday prepper network 'ordered body bags, made kill lists'

Neo-Nazi preppers in Germany ordered body bags and used police databases to draw up lists of local politicians to target, says the domestic intelligence agency, BfV. The network was preparing for social collapse.

https://www.dw.com/en/german-neo-nazi-doomsday-prepper-network-ordered-body-bags-made-kill-lists/a-49410494

South Koreans urge boycott of Japanese goods in row over WWII forced labor

Demands in South Korea for a boycott of Japanese goods are picking up steam after Tokyo imposed new trade restrictions on high-tech exports, rekindling a dispute over compensation for victims of historical war crimes.

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 No.2935053

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>>2935040

>On the run from U.S. tax authorities, tech guru John McAfee puffs a cigar aboard his towering white yacht in a Havana harbor and says he can help Cuba evade the U.S. government too - by launching a cryptocurrency that defeats a U.S. trade embargo.

Is this the /biz/ revolution we've all been waiting for?


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>>2935053

I actually think McAfee is fucking crazy, he's on the run from like three different governments. His life is like a weird movie.

>Married a prostitute after getting deported from Guatemala

>Called his own antivirus program annoying and says he doesn't use it

>Wrote several books about yoga

>Claims to have 47 biological kids

>Getting his biography written by a former cocaine trafficker

>Was hospitalized last year after someone tampered with his food

>On April 30, 2012, McAfee's property in Orange Walk Town, Belize, was raided by the Gang Suppression Unit of the Belize Police Department. At that time, McAfee was in bed with his girlfriend, who McAfee said was traumatized by the incident.

>On November 12, 2012, Belize police started a search for McAfee as a "person of interest" in connection to the murder of American expatriate Gregory Viant Faull.

>McAfee said that he has always been afraid police would kill him and thus refused their routine questions; he has since evaded the Belizean authorities.

>Belize's prime minister Dean Barrow called McAfee "extremely paranoid, even bonkers." >McAfee fled Belize when he was sought for questioning concerning the murder.

>Vice accidentally gave away McAfee's location at a Guatemalan resort in early December 2012, when a photo taken by one of its journalists accompanying McAfee was posted with the EXIF geolocation metadata still attached.

>McAfee then appeared publicly in Guatemala City, where he attempted to seek political asylum.

>On December 5, 2012, McAfee was arrested for illegally entering Guatemala. Shortly afterward, he was placed under arrest and a board to review McAfee's plea for asylum was formed.

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Free speech rally with Proud Boys and Milo in Washington DC draws antifa protesters

Leftist and ‘Antifa’ activists have descended on Washington DC to oppose a ‘free speech rally’ led by right-wing figures including the ‘Proud Boys’ and Milo Yiannopoulos. Expecting clashes, police have closed roads.

https://www.rt.com/usa/463548-antifa-proud-boys-dc/

Oregon state senator faces hearing on 'heavily armed' comment

An Oregon state senator who was among Republican lawmakers who fled the Capitol last month to scuttle a vote on a bill to fight climate change faces a conduct hearing over remarks tinged with threats of violence about any efforts to force the senators to return.

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-climate-oregon/oregon-state-senator-faces-hearing-on-heavily-armed-comment-idUSKCN1U101J

Bus drivers in Massachusetts strike over wages and healthcare

Bus drivers working for Vineyard Transit Authority (VTA) on Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, have been on strike as of Friday, June 26. The action was preceded by years of fruitless negotiations between the drivers and VTA’s parent company Transit Connection, Inc. (TCI). Drivers are seeking wage increases consistent with the cost of living on the island as well as improvements in safety, disciplinary procedures, healthcare and other working conditions.

https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2019/07/06/mart-j07.html

The reporter on the NYT's Bernie Sanders beat consistently fails to identify her sources as corporate lobbyists

Ember's negative reporting on Sanders might be the result of her deep connections to the finance world: Post too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.2935083

Thank you, my based beautiful news boy.

>Neo-Nazi preppers in Germany ordered body bags and used police databases to draw up lists of local politicians to target, says the domestic intelligence agency, BfV. The network was preparing for social collapse.

This has been news around four times lol, I think someone's trying to push it and everyone else is trying to bury it. It's very interesting and a good story too.


 No.2935093

Chernobyl: The Show Russiagate Wrote

Unfortunately, Chernobyl isn’t the show this event deserves. Many of Chernobyl’s glowing reviews seem to confuse the show’s goriness for truthfulness. The show is, in fact, the least truthful when it is the most explicit. A Forbes magazine article convincingly details how the show spectacularly misrepresents the effects of radiation poisoning. The New York Times also heavily criticizes Chernobyl for its “cheap theatrics.”But Chernobyl’s shock value isn’t the only thing driving interest in the show. Its politics are at the center of the commentariat’s obsession with the miniseries. As series writer Craig Mazin wrote on Twitter: “The lesson [of Chernobyl] is that lying, arrogance and suppression of criticism is dangerous. The flaws that led to Chernobyl are the same flaws shown by climate change deniers today.”On its face, this is a message that should appeal to the Left. But in its substance, Chernobyl is limited to this moralistic, personalized critique of power. It’s a political vision stemming from the Russiagate investigation, which sees the flaws of the Trump administration as rooted not in the class forces that existed before it, and which will exist afterward, but in the sinister machinations of a few bad elites. It’s this worldview that leads Chernobyl to disastrous historical distortions — which conveniently serve to discredit not just the far right, but its historical socialist opponents.

https://www.jacobinmag.com/2019/07/chernobyl-tv-show-russiagate

DSA/Jacobin/Haymarket-sponsored ‘Socialism’ conference features US gov-funded regime-change activists

Socialism is now apparently brought to you by the US State Department.From July 4 to 7, thousands of left-wing activists from across the United States are gathering in Chicago for the 2019 Socialism Conference.At this event, some of the most powerful institutions on the American socialist — but avowedly anti-communist — left have brought together a motley crew of regime-change activists to demonize Official Enemies of Washington.One anti-China panel at the conference features speakers from two different organizations that are botPost too long. Click here to view the full text.




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