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Area 51 is South dakota by Nicholas Trotford - Mon, 15 Feb 2016 00:20:49 EST ID:5UcdvLNQ No.56503 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I am convinced that Area 51 in Nevada is a decoy, and the REAL Area 51 is the entirety of South Dakota. I've never met anyone from South Dakota. I've never hear any news from South Dakota, I've never seen a license plate from South Dakota, there are no sports teams there, this is all just to perfect of a cover for the governments largest test facility! People will THINK it's a state, but no one will ever actually think ABOUT South Dakota.

Mt Rushmore was specifically built to lure people into a safe area of the site to convince people that it is a real state, but once people are there no one has a desire to go anywhere but out of the "state" so the perfect ruse is maintained.
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Eliza Crinderman - Tue, 16 Feb 2016 05:14:54 EST ID:/FGfbv4A No.56516 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56503
Everyone here apart from you is a robot and their is a teakettle on the other side of Saturn.
Also, I haven't been to the States. Have you driven to South Dakota?
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Oliver Duckbanks - Tue, 16 Feb 2016 14:59:43 EST ID:46Ivwr3B No.56519 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56503
It may not be a real state, but that doesn't mean that people don't live there. Scientists in underground bunkers must still live. Unless they are indeed robots, as Eliza suggests.
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Nicholas Hacklekodge - Tue, 16 Feb 2016 17:59:59 EST ID:8/4XULkF No.56522 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56516
Oh god who would want to go to that musty old clap trap?


Autonomous Zones by Charles Blundlekock - Mon, 15 Feb 2016 03:13:17 EST ID:oEYT+g/z No.56504 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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The Free Territory (Ukrainian: Вiльнa тeритoрiя vilna terytoriya; Russian: свoбoднaя тeрритoрия svobodnaya territoriya) or Makhnovia (Мaхнoвщинa Makhnovshchyna) was an attempt to form a stateless anarchist society during the Ukrainian Revolution. It existed from 1918 to 1921, during which time "free soviets" and libertarian communes operated under the protection of Nestor Makhno's Revolutionary Insurrectionary Army. The population of the area was around seven million.
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Eliza Foblingway - Mon, 15 Feb 2016 13:54:59 EST ID:6PhWCkVP No.56508 Ignore Report Quick Reply
In before tankie scum come along and defend the conquest of these people.
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Ian Handernure - Mon, 15 Feb 2016 13:59:43 EST ID:FqRGTRMQ No.56509 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>56508
CRUSH ALL HUMAN CULTURE

ONLY TANKS SHALL REIGN

LONG LIVE THE STEEL FLESH

9ASSASSINATE9 9KIRTANER9

Am I missing the joke? What's tankie scum supposed to be?
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Eliza Foblingway - Mon, 15 Feb 2016 14:04:00 EST ID:6PhWCkVP No.56510 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56509
Tankies are people on the left who unironically defend regimes like those of Stalin, Mao, Pol Pot etc.
It comes from the phrase "send in the tanks", as that was the position taken by many leftists during rebellions against Soviet domination in Eastern Europe.
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Ian Handernure - Mon, 15 Feb 2016 14:43:41 EST ID:FqRGTRMQ No.56511 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56510
Oh. They still exist?

You'd think they'd gone extinct ever since all the former-communist countries turned into even-more-hypercapitalist-than-western-countries.


Diktatoreco de la Proletaro by Charles Dosslebure - Tue, 09 Feb 2016 15:11:15 EST ID:fzaa44hX No.56473 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Who makes up the history curriculum for American high schools?
Today I just learned about the history of primaries, and how our political system became more democratic from a short 3 minute youtube video. Something so crucial was never once touched upon in any history class I ever took.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r41imlvr4hs
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Hugh Clobblespear - Tue, 09 Feb 2016 17:16:44 EST ID:FqRGTRMQ No.56474 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56473
I don't know I'm Dutch. I do remember we had an American exchange student during the time we discussed parts of the Cold War, and that guy sat there like "Woah man, we just skimmed over this in highschool." Guess kids from where he came didn't learn about the whole shady shit going on with the torpedos that started the Vietnam war.
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Charlotte Wockleted - Tue, 09 Feb 2016 22:08:26 EST ID:w/h4vnlt No.56476 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56473
Americans are the most ignorant westerners. They think socialism is communism.
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Rebecca Dellynot - Wed, 10 Feb 2016 10:28:46 EST ID:3nMGUWmW No.56478 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I took AP Euro and AP US history in high school. We also had a very passionate teacher for 9th grade Civics. So I am very well informed in western history and the foundations and principles behind the US government system.

Fuck, during WW2 lessons, my AP US teacher went so far as to draw comparisons between the policies and propaganda of FDR and Hitler (Eagles everywhere)

I learned more about these subjects in high school than I did at college.
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Cornelius Clonningway - Sat, 13 Feb 2016 14:26:34 EST ID:mu32eWKW No.56497 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56476

And they think social security is socialism.
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Nicholas Didgestone - Sat, 13 Feb 2016 21:26:42 EST ID:slEOrfVs No.56498 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>56497
Social security is arguably the only truly socialist element of the USA. A state pension system? Sure sounds socialist to me.


cold war era history by Rebecca Dollerduck - Mon, 08 Feb 2016 04:17:04 EST ID:guM++aHN No.56470 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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i am really interested in world history during the cold war era, and I want to learn more when it come to the history of Africa, South America, and the Middle east during this time in particular. Any books you /his/torians recommend?
In fact, just dump whatever links/books/articles/pictures whatever relating to cold war era history.
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Lillian Clayforth - Mon, 08 Feb 2016 09:46:52 EST ID:FqRGTRMQ No.56472 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I don't know any books, but I do know some interesting bits to research.

The CIA disposed of the legitimate democratic Indonesian government (after that government started playing out the USA and the Soviet Union, for economic and political gains and to remain neutral) by giving lots of money to a military commander, which resulted into a coup, after which that military commander decided to "root out" communism by killing millions of people.
The irony was, the USA had helped that same Indonesian government into power by telling the Dutch government to back the fuck off, because after the Nazis were defeated in WW2, the first thing the Dutch government did after the Dutch military and navy was back on its feet, was send soldiers to Indonesia to crush any rebellion against Dutch rule (since the Japanese had destroyed the Dutch forces stationed in Indonesia and had supported Indonesian nationalist ideas). The US government basically insulted the Dutch government by comparing their military actions in Indonesia with the Nazis (which wasn't far off, because here in the Netherlands, photographs of mass graves and Indonesians being tortured among the possessions of former colonial soldiers that passed away are discovered with some frequency).
Anyway, the comparisons with the Nazis and the political pressure from other countries and from the people themselves (for a lot of Dutch people, the military actions in Indonesia had a bitter aftertaste because they still remembered the Nazis) caused the Dutch government to give the Indonesian people the freedom they deserved. And then the CIA dicked it all to hell.

Also, a genuine conspiracy theory. During the Six-Day-War, the Israeli navy and Israeli airforce tried to sink a US navy vessel the USS Liberty in international waters, near Egypt. It is claimed to be a mistake... but some people claim it was a trick to pull the USA into the Six-Day-War - which failed since the ship didn't sink, and not all crewmen died in the bombing and torpedo-ing.


why not make history? by Henry Mingerduck - Sun, 03 Jan 2016 06:06:34 EST ID:np0s4HuY No.56385 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Cyril Droddlechock - Mon, 25 Jan 2016 19:47:19 EST ID:vuu302UU No.56427 Ignore Report Quick Reply
lol so many boards and you shit post here, why? Do you have a system?

I'll humor you.
History is made by historiographers, I studied CS instead. That's my excuse.
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Cedric Henkinstone - Tue, 26 Jan 2016 22:35:06 EST ID:ZgRRB0/F No.56430 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>56427
i have also studied counter strike


Encyclopedia Hermetica: A Big History by Hamilton Habberdidging - Fri, 22 Jan 2016 13:29:22 EST ID:ERGwlBhx No.56420 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey folks, I'm just shamelessly self-promoting my new podcast series here... good for you stoner academic folks.

http://themodernhermeticist.com/encyclopedia-hermetica-a-big-history/


PIRACY ----- DIARY ACCOUNTS? by George Giddlenedge - Thu, 19 Nov 2015 08:44:33 EST ID:Xu0VoTIh No.56305 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I am lead to believe that a high number of seamen in the 17th, 18th centuries were illiterate.
I want to know about the lives of pirates and the motives for their independence. People are strange and historical accounts of piracy don't tell me enough about what was going on in the minds of people sailing outside of navies/designated trading companies

SO:----- can anyone link me sources of first hand accounts from pirates? (those not affiliated with particular countries or corporations sailing 1600-1850 or thereabouts.... North African, European; diaries or anything else relevant would be great)
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Phineas Daddledale - Thu, 19 Nov 2015 20:16:10 EST ID:p74qgRg0 No.56308 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Motivations for their independence? jolly african-american they were just thieves living outside the law because they could. If they had safer, better options they would have taken them.
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Simon Haddlefick - Fri, 20 Nov 2015 21:47:52 EST ID:fFCl/TFP No.56313 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56308

BS

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samuel_Bellamy

"Captain Charles Johnson, a pseudonym,[Note 1] wrote what became the first standard historical text on pirates, A General History of the Robberies and Murders of the Most Notorious Pyrates. That source relates the story of the Whydah overtaking a sloop commanded by Captain Beer. Bellamy had wanted to let the captain keep his ship, but his crew had just voted to burn it, and the captain of the merchant vessel had just declined an invitation to join the pirates. Bellamy is attributed with making this now-famous speech:
Gold recovered from the wreck of the Whydah. Forbes ranked Bellamy #1 in its list of "Top-Earning Pirates".[12]

"I am sorry they won't let you have your sloop again, for I scorn to do any one a mischief, when it is not to my advantage; damn the sloop, we must sink her, and she might be of use to you. Though you are a sneaking puppy, and so are all those who will submit to be governed by laws which rich men have made for their own security; for the cowardly whelps have not the courage otherwise to defend what they get by knavery; but damn ye altogether: damn them for a pack of crafty rascals, and you, who serve them, for a parcel of hen-hearted numbskulls. They vilify us, the scoundrels do, when there is only this difference, they rob the poor under the cover of law, forsooth, and we plunder the rich under the protection of our own courage. Had you not better make then one of us, than sneak after these villains for employment?"


  [Beer replied that his conscience would not let him break the laws of God and man, and Bellamy continued]

"You are a devilish conscience rascal! I am a free prince, and I have as much authority to make war on the whole world as he who has a hundred sail of ships at sea and an army of 100,000 men in the field; and this my conscience tells me! But there is no arguing with such snivelling puppies, who allow superiors to kick them about deck at pleasure."
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Reuben Bavingfack - Sat, 19 Dec 2015 00:19:05 EST ID:fxAlAqC/ No.56375 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56313

Life in the Royal Navy was very very shit. I'm pretty sure that Bellamy himself was tricked into joining up with a merchant fleet, then was sold to the king of Spain as a sailor (obviously you couldn't run away from a ship at sea, so 'impressing' people into service aboard disease ridden ships was common). He and his friends stole the ship they were captive aboard and fucked off to the Carribean.

The pirate thing in the 17th-18th centuries was really a revolt of sailors against their shitty living conditions, and the tyranny of the captains.
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Phoebe Suppershit - Sat, 19 Dec 2015 04:54:11 EST ID:2Ys9d91S No.56377 Ignore Report Quick Reply
"A ship is worse than a gaol. There is, in a gaol, better air, better company, better conveniency of every kind; and a ship has the additional disadvantage of being in danger."


Communes by Betsy Gindleson - Mon, 09 Nov 2015 04:28:17 EST ID:h1qRarnt No.56273 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Do you have some early examples of what the geological structure of various settlements looks like in your countries?
I know about the roman Villa-system and the parish-system but I would like to know more, but most of all I'd like to be able to imagine what it was like living in the countryside a couple of hundred years ago.
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Archie Clayforth - Fri, 13 Nov 2015 01:31:33 EST ID:nFUrmaNy No.56296 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56277

lol, assuming the other 15/16ths are "white" then you would be right at the mark to join the brotherhood type groups in Oregon and Washington, no prob.
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Graham Sogglecocke - Tue, 17 Nov 2015 17:23:46 EST ID:pIYqIk9c No.56301 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56296

I don't know what that is, I'm just passing on information.
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Hedda Blankinheg - Wed, 18 Nov 2015 17:28:18 EST ID:ao2CDAbf No.56304 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56277
Thanks for the input! Going to read it properly whenever I have time
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Archie Nettingcocke - Sun, 27 Dec 2015 04:10:43 EST ID:Ke4N2zAw No.56382 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56277
apparently they forgot to mention the intense tribal raiding endemic to almost every tribal society. either that or they swallowed the myth of the noble savage and don't even know what they don't even know
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Nell Shakeworth - Sun, 27 Dec 2015 18:38:54 EST ID:6PhWCkVP No.56383 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm absolutely fascinated with the early history of my area. I'm from the Midwest and my area was populated by mound building cultures going back three millennia. In fact, there is a reconstructed village from a thousand years ago in my area.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SunWatch_Indian_Village
The village is from the misnamed Fort Ancient culture, the last prehistoric Indian culture in the region and possibly the progenitors of the Shawnee (who inhabited the area during and after European contact). They lived in semi-permanent, circular villages and relied on hunting and basic agriculture. The time was one of decline for these people; Nutrition was piss poor and health problems were rampant. people, apparently, cannot subsist on maize and venison alone
Speaking of mound builders, the prehistoric cultures of the lower Midwest built earthworks EVERYWHERE. Researching them is absolutely depressing, because most of them were callously destroyed by 19th century rednecks who couldn't see past their own noses. I recently looked at a site in my area and found precious little evidence the place even existed. Although that prehistoric site is adjacent to a historic farm that includes a bit of canal, an early homestead and a dank, creepy old pioneer cemetery (something else very common in this area)

While the native history of my area is neglected and also interesting to me, I am also into the pioneer history of the area. I volunteer on and off at a tavern built in 1803 that has been restored to its early appearance. I've also visited a few old log cabins and the like from the same period. One thing of note in the early history of my area is the chain of forts built during punitive expeditions undertaken by the US government in the 1790s. The local tribes were quite butthurt about the fact that crackers were squatting on their turf, so they went full Tecumseh and started scalping people. Obviously the government wasn't thrilled about this and undertook a series of expeditions to remove corn. The first couple tries were an absolute disaster; A ragtag group of Kentucky militiamen and hired ruffians cobbled together and sent in the general direction of the enemy by incompetent old AWI lau…
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Afghanistan by Albert Criffinghud - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 18:46:25 EST ID:kl+oZI1v No.53515 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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/his/ I desperately need your help. Can you direct me to every single website, book, article, and documentary dealing with the Taliban, Soviet War in Afghanistan, 90s Afghanistan, and the current Afghan war. I especially need stuff pertaining to the culture and general attitude of the people of Afghanistan, especially the Taliban. The topic is endlessly fascinating to me and I need to write a huge paper on it for my Poli Sci class. The paper is about the current war being unwinnable, but I want to do a very broad historical analysis.

Also I'm bored and would love some learning material. I'm a little in over my head on this topic though so please help. Thanks!

Also general Afghanistan discussion very much welcome.
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Betsy Mezzlematch - Tue, 10 Nov 2015 12:58:13 EST ID:2BfokXZB No.56275 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Also it's interesting about their diverse ethnic groups.
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Alice Gimmlelut - Sat, 28 Nov 2015 21:14:17 EST ID:k3WZmJ5e No.56330 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56247
interesting.

curious, do you know if anyone involved in that went on to join the kurds in rojava?
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Graham Tootbanks - Sun, 29 Nov 2015 19:50:18 EST ID:TSkgdi01 No.56331 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56247
One man's invasion is another man's peace keeping mission. The Soviet combat mission was the direct result of political instability at the top though. According to some in the Soviet infantry, it turned into a war when soldiers traded fire with the people they were trying to steal from.

>>56330
People end up in stranger places, but why would you ask that?
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Emma Basslewid - Tue, 01 Dec 2015 14:01:55 EST ID:pb+LkI1P No.56338 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56331
I just see an overlap in ideology and geography and I'm fascinated by major personalities in armed conflict. Also I've just got a bone for the kurdish state and marxism
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Eliza Brimmergold - Fri, 18 Dec 2015 17:44:19 EST ID:mnly+Hia No.56372 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>53515
I don't think the goal of any of the western conflicts in the middle east is to "win", as in conquer, simply to destabilise the region to prevent any one faction there from acheiving hegemony. In that view, the recent conflicts in the region have been pretty successful.


Ancient places illustrated. (reconstructed, etc) by Samuel Papperville - Thu, 13 Nov 2014 19:58:12 EST ID:IxoNeK5Z No.54295 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Accurate depictions, artistic representations and interpretations ITT!

Depicted is the Roman forum, as reconstructed via artist's illustration., it's crazy to think this was a real place occupied by people and it worked.
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Sidney Brankinhotch - Fri, 04 Dec 2015 00:19:09 EST ID:qleMGbH6 No.56353 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Same as above but artist thought it was more traditionally buddhist looking.
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Fanny Crivingnore - Fri, 04 Dec 2015 12:46:08 EST ID:46Ivwr3B No.56354 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56349
It must have been shitty for those people whose houses were built into the wall. Literal barbarians would try to knock down your shit on a regular basis.
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Shitting Brookbanks - Sun, 06 Dec 2015 00:00:22 EST ID:pIYqIk9c No.56357 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Does anyone have any cityscapes of the ancient city of Babylon?
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Nell Checklebut - Mon, 14 Dec 2015 10:12:59 EST ID:XYZmQSzL No.56366 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>56357
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Jarvis Cabberbanks - Wed, 16 Dec 2015 09:40:24 EST ID:qrwqNLRh No.56370 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56352
Thats pretty cool bro


IOCVS NOVA ROMANA by Priscilla Murdwell - Thu, 19 Nov 2015 18:55:59 EST ID:AmRcgwkf No.56307 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Any Nova Romans on the board please help a brother out and explain what the organization/country/whatever is because your website doesn't answer much
Sorry for shit thread
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Rebecca Himmerville - Thu, 03 Dec 2015 17:50:56 EST ID:AmRcgwkf No.56347 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56336
Did the romans invent basketball
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Hannah Birrydirk - Thu, 03 Dec 2015 21:46:36 EST ID:fFCl/TFP No.56348 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56336

>that picture
>everyone else dressed normally while one guy is wearing a toga get-up

good lord
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Lillian Gonningbanks - Sat, 05 Dec 2015 08:05:10 EST ID:yoS4oQiI No.56355 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56348
They're just at a theme restaurant. He's the waiter.
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Oliver Soblingspear - Sat, 05 Dec 2015 13:43:01 EST ID:46Ivwr3B No.56356 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56355

tfw when this thread has been native advertising for a restaurant called Nova Roma.
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Frederick Chirrynet - Sun, 06 Dec 2015 20:58:43 EST ID:wnBluape No.56360 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56356
Well fucking played Romans


Sanhedrin Trial of Jesus by Phoebe Tillingwill - Wed, 28 Oct 2015 23:53:49 EST ID:rQpSY5J5 No.56236 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>Thereafter, in Pilate's Court, the Jewish elders ask Pontius Pilate to judge and condemn Jesus–accusing him of claiming to be the King of the Jews.

Pontius Pilate should have pardonned Jesus Christ of Nazareth. For Reasons
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Charlotte Grimbury - Tue, 03 Nov 2015 04:11:39 EST ID:t9ossodW No.56251 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56236
>Pontius Pilate should have pardonned Jesus Christ of Nazareth. For Reasons

But the Jews didn't want him to.

Why do christian evangelicals send so much money to the israelis who spit on christians or worse?
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Nigel Dartwell - Fri, 06 Nov 2015 17:37:40 EST ID:46Ivwr3B No.56260 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>56251
Because the rebirth of Israel fulfills part of the prophecy in Revelations. They actually want the rapture to happen. That's their secret weapon against the greenhouse effect.
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Clara Blablingstone - Sat, 07 Nov 2015 00:32:25 EST ID:CBu3jKCh No.56261 Ignore Report Quick Reply
They actually executed quite a few people for being "the king of the Jews", which basically meant they were leading a movement to secede from Rome, most of which are recorded in the Talmud. Jesus is too but they don't say nice things about him.

On a weird tinfoily side note, the first google result when googling this is a paid ad slandering the author I learned this from, but the tenants of Jewish faith and their extensive record keeping doesn't lie and it is actually pretty well recorded on both the Jewish and Roman sides.
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Hedda Lightgold - Mon, 16 Nov 2015 12:07:03 EST ID:gJYbFbIL No.56298 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well according to the gospel of nicodemus, the jews came to pilate and say this man heals bitches on the Sabbath, he's from Beelzebub, sorcering up some demons, go fuck him up
Pilate be like naw son that's Asclepius brah
Then jesus comes in and pilate be like did u make this jew's wife trip in her dream by ur sorcery
Jesus says Nah man let em finish
The jew elders say mary wasn't a virgin, he was born in bethlehem by killing children, and that mary and joseph fled to egypt because they could not face the people
Then half of the jews go back on this and say mary's a virgin and the other half be like these are greeks that have converted they don't really count
So pilate decides to only talk to the born jews and asks if he did a good deed should he die
and they're like yea
So the jews be all We wouldn't have brought him here if he wasn't fucked
We can't kill anyone legally. You do it.
Pilate ask jesus Yo u claimin king
Jesus spit who the fuck said that sht
Pilate be all what u really do bro
Jesus gets all emo for a second and goes "my kingdom doesn't exist on earth or else the jews wouldn't want me dead"
Pilate asks if he's king
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Archie Nammlefield - Sun, 29 Nov 2015 20:37:01 EST ID:Gt4Vgf31 No.56333 Ignore Report Quick Reply
An interesting account of this historic scene was given in Bulgakov's The Master and Margarita. It was also adapted into a Russian miniseries that showed the adaptation. It was really interesting. It portrayed Pontius Pilate as talking with Jesus at length and coming to really like him, but he was still forced to execute Jesus because of political pressure from the jews.


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