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Adam Curtis by Frederick Cravingson - Sun, 29 Oct 2017 19:45:18 EST ID:XqOr0TAj No.398249 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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The Century of Self:
Psychoanalysis's adoption by businesses and politicians as a means of controlling people as irrational individuals.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DnPmg0R1M04 (Part 1 The Happiness Machine)
> Edward Bernays, 1950s marketting and the rise of conformist culture
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fEsPOt8MG7E (Part 2 The Engineering of Consent)
> Adoption of irrationality by politicians to manage the desires of the populace
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ub2LB2MaGoM (Part 3: There is a Policeman Inside All Our Heads; He Must Be Destroyed.)
> Rise of the counter culture movement rejecting conformist culture and businesses adaptation to it
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VouaAz5mQAs (Part 4 Eight People Sipping Wine in Kettering)
> Politician's complete rejection of power and treating politics as a business.

The Power of Nightmares: (2004)
This history and rise of both Neo-Conservatism and Radical Islamism
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VRbq63r7rys (Part 1 Baby Its Cold Outside)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7QTaJ_ZVn-4 (Part 2 The Phantom Victory)
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lumpen !rGOAfuB3jA - Sun, 05 Nov 2017 19:14:34 EST ID:bJZFJ+cp No.398419 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>They're well aware of Marxism and the materialist conception of history
I doubt that otherwise Bookchin would be a real moron. Even Bakunin and Malatesta accepted Marx's historical materialism as the basis for their theories on class conflict. In fact Malatesta's only criticism of it was Marx's determinism, he believed it undermined the initiative of the revolutionary working class to take action against the state.

Also libertarian municipalism is a type of council communism. Just a bizarre one based around post-scarcity conditions.
Nell Sendershit - Sun, 05 Nov 2017 19:29:47 EST ID:fUZMl4el No.398420 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>I doubt that otherwise Bookchin would be a real moron.
It's worth pointing out that Bookchin doesn't outright reject the materialist conception of history. Rather, he performs a critical appropriation of it, much as Marx critically appropriated Hegel's idealism. Bookchin's dialectical naturalism isn't an alternative to materialism, but a sublation of it.
>Also libertarian municipalism is a type of council communism. Just a bizarre one based around post-scarcity conditions.
No it isn't. Council communism and Communalism are completely different political philosophies. Don't just say things about stuff you don't know about
lumpen !rGOAfuB3jA - Sun, 05 Nov 2017 19:38:53 EST ID:bJZFJ+cp No.398421 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I read Bookchin years ago but I still remember enough.

I would appreciate if you'd enlighten me as to what makes libertarian municipalism so radically different than various forms of council/anarchist communism thiugh.
lumpen !rGOAfuB3jA - Sun, 05 Nov 2017 19:39:50 EST ID:bJZFJ+cp No.398422 Ignore Report Quick Reply
the flicker !FwnV7hV52I - Wed, 08 Nov 2017 02:01:24 EST ID:QiGBcKwL No.398518 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Who here is done with voting? by Ernest Hannershit - Mon, 09 Oct 2017 17:49:43 EST ID:IIsxRMZh No.397719 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm done with voting as of this year. My city is having local elections, and it is literally like something out of South Park with a Turd Sandwich and a Giant Douche running for mayor. One guy running for city council has a felony conviction for tax fraud, and another incumbent literally changed his middle name to "woke" on Twitter. The rest tend to be old and senile and in their 17th term.

It;s like, I know...I just KNOW that come next national elections, it is gonna be just like this. Except on steroids. I feel burned out man...just fucking burned out. Why can't we get even one moderately competent person into office anywhere? Instead it is all sociopaths and criminal scum seeking to exploit the power of office.

Anyone else feel this way? Anyone else think I am right? Wrong?
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Nell Pegglewill - Sat, 21 Oct 2017 07:21:23 EST ID:RFgJHpzp No.398078 Ignore Report Quick Reply
District elections are, for example congress, state-wide or city-wide elections, i.e. Mayor, Governor, Senator, etc., can't possibly be gerrymandered. I see retards throw around the term gerrymandering constantly as a convenient excuse for every single election their team loses.
Molly Drattingwone - Sat, 21 Oct 2017 14:24:12 EST ID:IIsxRMZh No.398086 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Local city rep elections can be gerrymandered though. And frequently are. They did that in my city about 10 years ago. The "spanish neighborhood," was seen as getting uppity and demographically a danger to the status quo. So they gerrymandered it into a hot mess that is basically a huge blob of old, white, racist voters, a small thread, and then "the spanish neighborhood." It literally only exists to rob one group of people and benefit another.
Polly Turveystone - Fri, 27 Oct 2017 23:18:34 EST ID:+6LD2osd No.398236 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I used to spend hours researching potential representatives. Nobody else would so they just used my 'cheat sheet' Then they somehow have political opinions, that miss the mark. will still likely vote and research, local elections are difficult to
understand or find info on who is who. Generally the more liberal turns out to be more sensible. Tend to be for the middle and lower class. They understand that
small business is important and that handshakes with big business tends to lower their autonomy to serve the peoples interests. That big big business owns you as a politician if you shake hands with it and autonomy decreases.

Done with voting? Naw not likely, was done with fox news a few or more years ago, it became soo idiotic to even say something that is true, even if it benefited
them ethically, rationally in thought and reality. Like 90% lies and BS. No respect for themselves, the Republican party, media. I will vote Republican if one actually makes sense. A few have, found a few judges that were Republican, read their cases they presided over, their sentencing, etc.
Eugene Fangold - Mon, 30 Oct 2017 17:18:17 EST ID:XZDbSAKJ No.398271 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Martin Crenderfadge - Sat, 04 Nov 2017 15:55:12 EST ID:/QzHLAvL No.398385 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Google Bookchin. Statecraft is the furthest thing from genuine politics. It's antithetical to it.

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This is how they keep us divided. Wake up and realize all rich people are horrible, not just the ones of a particular race. If we want to make life for the average person better, it means the average people have to unite with one another against the oppressive ruling class. It starts with not attaching identity politics labels to anything, both ourselves, and our enemies. We are the slaves and they are the masters. Those are the only labels that matter.
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Charles Clobberhad - Wed, 25 Oct 2017 09:40:34 EST ID:NQro/JQD No.398181 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Black Lives Matter Leader
In what capacity, exactly, is she a "leader" of BLM? Who within BLM recognizes her as such?
Cyril Pickcocke - Wed, 25 Oct 2017 09:45:53 EST ID:HpJPm84P No.398182 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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she said these things, but the difference is:

  1. BLM members immediately criticized her for it
  2. she isn't the leader of BLM and doesn't speak for BLM (BLM is not a hierarchical organization - right wing authoritarians can't possibly wrap their head around this)

Compare this to cheers richard spencer gets from the alt-right when he does a nazi salute.
Eliza Sankinbury - Wed, 25 Oct 2017 10:01:07 EST ID:Vwoc9qnJ No.398184 Ignore Report Quick Reply
ok yeah, was able to google her name. like half the articles coming up are criticisms of her. if even vice won't side with her i don't think she can be counted as a part of the mainstream left...
Sidney Huckleworth - Thu, 02 Nov 2017 22:21:37 EST ID:k1T4yVqN No.398348 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>The yellow, sunken, cadaverous visage; the greenish-colored eyes; the thick, protuberant lips; the low forehead; the light, yellowish hair; and the lank, angular person, constitute an appearance so characteristic of the new race, the production of polygamy, as to distinguish them at a glance.
lmao of course
Beatrice Papperlock - Fri, 03 Nov 2017 11:03:46 EST ID:b1Cb6qUh No.398363 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP is a pretty cool guy. The two-party system is used to keep people divided and under the illusion that there is a choice to be made.

Of course in reality, primaries are blatantly rigged (see DNC/Hillary collusion case), with the DNC and GOP literally choosing, behind closed doors, who the candidates will be in in the final election. The DNC has established legal precedent that, as a private corporation, they are allowed to choose the presidential nominee without un-baised neutrality, and are not obligated to follow the dictates of their own charter, or the results of the primary election. Murica

NJ Gubernatorial Election by Priscilla Gattingwell - Wed, 18 Oct 2017 23:10:32 EST ID:YslFe8ib No.397947 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>stuck between semi decent Kim Guadagno who's against legalization
>or a shitty former Goldman sachs Phil Murphy who's pro legalization
god I hate politics
might just bite the bullet for weed tbh
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Nicholas Nickleworth - Mon, 30 Oct 2017 02:58:36 EST ID:+tNk8SCz No.398255 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Yeah that's a good time. Try Woodbridge, Cherry Hill or god forbid Camden if you want a Shit hole. You couldn't afford rent in Hoboken or Morristown on your best day. There's a reason people in South Jersey are Eagles fans - no taste.
Phyllis Murringdit - Mon, 30 Oct 2017 10:18:52 EST ID:IIsxRMZh No.398261 Ignore Report Quick Reply
In some ways Philly is more New Jersey than Hoboken. Just saying...your whole state is pretty much torn between two major urban centers. One of which is in the top 5 urban centers world wide and the other is Philly. In between...what? Atlantic City? Asbury Park? Where in Jersey is there a major city that isn't playing second fiddle to NYC or Philly?
Phyllis Murringdit - Mon, 30 Oct 2017 10:28:35 EST ID:IIsxRMZh No.398262 Ignore Report Quick Reply
BTW, the flip side of this is that as NY and maybe Pennsylvania head towards legalization, it makes it more likely NJ flips. New England is expected to be full recreational in the next couple of years. As soon as retail hits Maine and Mass, everyone else will start to tumble. New Hampshire is probably next to go. Conn, not until NY goes, but Conn is like only HALF in New England. See, they are kinda like Jersey too. Boston or NYC are the cultural gravity wells. Politically, when NY legalizes, and I think they will in the next 8 years, Conn, and NJ will be hard pressed to not legalize. Just for the practical purpose of getting the tax revenue they will be losing to NY. Penn will feel the same pressure. NY is the big boy, and when they do something, so do their neighbors for the most part. Especially on cultural issues like legalized weed. They see that it isn't the end of the world, and then they see the new tax revenue, and all of a sudden weed looks less devilish.
Emma Grimhood - Mon, 30 Oct 2017 11:23:25 EST ID:uW9KWJtY No.398264 Ignore Report Quick Reply
lol, as boring as Cherry Hill is, I'd take that over Hoboken or Morristown any day of the week. I can afford rent there, but I'm not afraid of black people, so I'm fine living in New York.

Jersey is split into 3 or 4 parts: north (which is an extension of NY), south (which is an extension of Philly), central (which is its own thing) and maybe the shore. central jersey gets both philly and NY local media. These parts are pretty distinct, but to answer your question, (unless you have a definition of "major" that makes this a trick question) Trenton, New Brunswick & Princeton.

>BTW, the flip side of this is that as NY and maybe Pennsylvania head towards legalization, it makes it more likely NJ flips
absolutely. the republican state governments are holding PA & NJ back. NJ actually has a democratic majority in state senate and legislature (unlike PA and NY), so a vote for a D governor would go a long way towards legalization in NJ.
George Hamblewill - Fri, 03 Nov 2017 00:09:16 EST ID:+9yakEc1 No.398351 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah, that's because every douchebag in central and south jersey drives up Hoboken to go to that one douchebag club across from the post office. Hoboken has some nice properties, but why would anyone pay a premium to live there when there is a douchebag invasion every weekend? A lot of comfy luxury condos going up all over JC though. There's one right on the other side of the Hoboken train station that has studios starting at 750k which is not bad to live right on the water. The funny thing is white people who live out in the Jersey burbs think they have money when their whole McMansion in the middle of nowhere costs less than a one bedroom in JC.


The Problem With The Libertarian Party by Ian Sorrylock - Sun, 20 Aug 2017 18:55:57 EST ID:IIsxRMZh No.396058 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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This may be the first in a series of threads questioning the health of the various political parties. Feel free to start your own for other parties...

So, in an attempt to understand the "alt-right," I subbed myself to an AR FB group that just shy of 600 members.

Today I was kicked off for simply saying that the Holocaust actually happened.

So, I start mulling over what I had learned from it all. The biggest lesson I got was this -

The Alt-Right love to hide behind the title "Libertarian."

It sort of seems to catch a lot of them. They declare themselves "Libertarians," and then go into all sorts of weird contortions to justify alt-right bullshit.

This lead me to realize that the Libertarians, as a party, are pretty fucked up right now. Besides this infiltration of alt-right types, they are also known for shit like this...which got a ton of press...

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Edwin Hurringware - Thu, 02 Nov 2017 09:57:23 EST ID:1FD/bOAh No.398336 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That doesn't define libertarian though (and libertarian basically means no government, not not big government). Are you also for open borders? No gun control whatsoever? Gold standard? Private police forces? No public education?
Wesley Cimmerchine - Thu, 02 Nov 2017 10:18:38 EST ID:L7Dp7Ocv No.398338 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Libertarians have been infiltrated for quite some time. All that tea party fuzz was also about getting "libertarians" to support republicans and all the "cut down on government regulations" surely wouldn't seem attractive to big business...
Jarvis Dengerhood - Thu, 02 Nov 2017 12:39:45 EST ID:PrJHLMRG No.398340 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>All that tea party fuzz was also about getting "libertarians" to support republicans

This was easily my biggest problem with that Tea Party rubbish and its my biggest issue with the Libertarian Party.

Go your own way and drop the GOP like a bad habit. It'd benefit everyone in the long run.
Eliza Snodway - Thu, 02 Nov 2017 15:19:43 EST ID:i+8mSKdH No.398341 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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My impression from coverage and from reading comments here that it began as a Right-Libertarian movement (with Ron Paul esque adherents), then got coopted when it was labeled the Tea Party, and redirected back into electoral politics along mostly social conservative issues.

Both Democrats and Republicans support privatization (partly neo-liberal policy). As others have pointed out here, that means institutions that are bad and good depending on affordability and maximizing profit. Less funding to public schools, more funding to private schools, etc. Poor people wont be able to afford a quality private school, so there'd be even more discrepancy of knowledge and skills based off of wealth. Isn't that what Ancaps support as well as Right-Libertarians? Intentionally or not.
Sidney Huckleworth - Thu, 02 Nov 2017 22:17:09 EST ID:k1T4yVqN No.398347 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>For 20 years both the Dems and GOP have basically found common ground over Libertarian free-market ideals, privatization ideas, open borders, and deregualation, and the invisible hand.
>Libertarian ideas have been the order of the last two or three decades, and they have failed. Libertarianism no longer has a leg to stand on.
This. I don't think a lot of outspoken libertarians realize just how much their ideology has already radically altered American society over the past few decades, or just how much the two main parties have incorporated their beliefs into their own often over the furious cries from their base.

The problem with the Libertarians is that they already "won" and they don't even know it. Possibly because they don't want to accept that this is the kind of world that their glorious ideas lead to.

Project "Chaos" by Doctor Draker - Thu, 26 Oct 2017 15:19:13 EST ID:JbyaxTcG No.398217 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is it possible to create an uncontrolled outburst of anarchy in a certain territory? How much resources do you need to establish an eternal anarchy? There are no laws, no rules, anything! There is no money, no control, each for themselves (but they continue to behave like ordinary people in part) For example: I want to destroy religion in India and remove the entire government! Flood massively by Indian refugees - Russia, Kazakhstan, Indonesia, Turkey. How much resources, people and weapons are needed to complete the operation? I'm not going to offend anyone! I just want to fantazise up and present a few events from the deed! There is a reason and there is a consequence! I want to know about each country! Fantasize, make calculations and describe all the consequences!
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James Finnerham - Thu, 26 Oct 2017 15:56:42 EST ID:JbyaxTcG No.398221 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Destroy all the leaders of Germany (lefts, rights, pro-Russian, pro-Arab. Pro-Israel, pro-Western - all in a row). You can leave nuclear weapons - let them frolic! (Just for lulz)
Wesley Drommlemutch - Fri, 27 Oct 2017 03:27:52 EST ID:FK4XCaIN No.398227 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I rather prefer the idea of Temporary Autonomous Zones, and not with an insinuation of violence. By sheer force of arms the State wields overwhelming power. In history many resistance movements practicing warfare succeeded militarily because of their distant proximity to the centralized force of arms, local support, and terrain. But were then co-opted by one or many of the superpower governments (of that time) by corrupting their leadership or by economic and cultural means.

Frankly a violent uprising now in countries with a powerful military and police would likely be crushed, unless their was massive support for the revolution (or whatever it is your in-visioning...) in many sectors of the diverse populace, including the military, perhaps even the police.

In the US the National Guard would be deployed to states they aren't from. Would a soldier shoot their friends and loved ones in the streets? In accounts I've read of summit protests where the National Guard and other military were posted, they were pretty cool and amenable while the police were dicks and violent.

Temporary Autonomous Zones popup and exist without the purview of the state security apparatus. Disappearing before it can identify and intervene (or crush?).

I think the definition of anarchy as "no leaders" is better than "chaos". From the Greek roots of the word anarchy, anarchos:
  • an = without, archos = leaders
The assumption is a society without leaders would result in chaos, which has been proven to be false throughout history. Sorry to nitpick. I'll try to imagine a scenario, eventually, maybe..
Albert Pockson - Fri, 27 Oct 2017 11:22:37 EST ID:FlWC/xtC No.398232 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Anarchism isnt so much a vacuum of power as op describes but more a reformation of power into a horizontal network which can become strong enough to repel centralised hierarchies.
Henry Dobberbig - Fri, 27 Oct 2017 16:27:09 EST ID:JbyaxTcG No.398235 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>398221 Project "Hell" The riot in the nuclear state is unpredictable! And the inhabitants there are dangerous in Russia! Who will get nuclear weapons? China is already populating Siberia and the Far East of Russia near the Urals! Caucasians celebrate "Kuyram Bayram" in Moscow and St. Petersburg!
the flicker !FwnV7hV52I - Sat, 28 Oct 2017 05:12:50 EST ID:QiGBcKwL No.398240 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Richard Spencer event empty. Large counter protest outside. Gainesville by Albert Ficklehood - Thu, 19 Oct 2017 22:26:14 EST ID:VXipp9JK No.398037 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Some say he's a fed,which if true, makes it even more laughable that he got clocked in DC.
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James Pickman - Mon, 23 Oct 2017 11:28:12 EST ID:uW9KWJtY No.398163 Ignore Report Quick Reply

More alt-right white supremacists shooting into crowds of protesters.
the flicker !FwnV7hV52I - Mon, 23 Oct 2017 15:58:47 EST ID:iFsdrSSG No.398166 Ignore Report Quick Reply
None of these fash or fash-adjacents care about "freedom of speech" in any sense beyond willful chicanery. Fascists weaponize bourgeois institutions to their benefit — some they plan to keep, but remake in their image (the police), some they plan to discard as soon as it's expedient ("freedom" of speech).
Phineas Hupperbury - Mon, 23 Oct 2017 19:16:36 EST ID:nppI2w1T No.398173 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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*only if you agree with their politics
Remember them cheering on Trump's support of protesters at Trump rallies getting "roughed up", pic related, Occupy protesters getting attacked by police?

Tolerance of opposing ideas does not exist within the right.
Thomas Crannerchodge - Tue, 24 Oct 2017 09:58:22 EST ID:Vwoc9qnJ No.398175 Ignore Report Quick Reply
yup. like this one too.

i'm sure we'll see the freeze peach brigade show up to defend this intrepid young man. aaaaany minute now...
the flicker !FwnV7hV52I - Thu, 26 Oct 2017 05:22:47 EST ID:QiGBcKwL No.398211 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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This is really almost correct, just not in the way you think it is. Didn't you mean to post in the Breitbart comment section instead?

Libertarian history thread - to start, the Bonnot Gang by John Brellerbury - Wed, 18 Oct 2017 22:00:30 EST ID:s+0hZQsk No.397942 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>>The Bonnot Gang was a French criminal anarchist group that operated in France and Belgium during the Belle Époque, from 1911 to 1912. Composed of individuals who identified with the emerging illegalist milieu, the gang utilized cutting-edge technology including automobiles and repeating rifles not yet available to the French police.

>>Jules Bonnot's perceived prominence within the group was later reinforced by his high-profile death during a shootout with French police in Choisy-le-Roi.

>>The Bonnot Gang originally consisted of a group of French anarchists centered around the individualist anarchist magazine l'Anarchie. The group was founded by Octave Garnier, Raymond Callemin, and René Valet. It was Garnier's idea to use automobiles in the service of a daring criminal act.

>>The first robbery by Bonnot's Gang was at the money transfer of Société Générale Bank in Chantilly on December 21, 1911. They escaped in an automobile (a Delaunay-Belleville) they had stolen a week before.

>>The gang continued their automobile thefts and robberies, shooting two more policemen in the process. Automobiles were not yet common so the gang usually stole still expensive cars from garages, not from the street.

>>By March 1912, police had arrested many of the gang’s supporters

>>Sûreté Chief Xavier Guichard took the matter personally. Even politicians became concerned, increasing police funding by 800,000 francs. Banks began to prepare for forthcoming robberies and many cashiers armed themselves

>>Nevertheless, the Bonnot Gang found some sympathy from the French working-class. As many as one hundred thousand people visited Nogent-sur-Marne (the site of the shoot-out that ended the lives of Garnier and Valet) and merchants in Paris sold souvenirs depicting the bandits.
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the flicker !FwnV7hV52I - Sun, 22 Oct 2017 08:27:21 EST ID:QiGBcKwL No.398146 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Mate listen, I love you, but there's no way I'm reading that post.
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>>I love you

Flicker and anarchists sitting in a tree, R-E-V-O-L-T. First comes riots, then comes repression,then comes the sherrif and a prison to teach them a lesson.
Emma Sippercocke - Sun, 22 Oct 2017 20:21:07 EST ID:rpHZ1Djo No.398153 Ignore Report Quick Reply

lol id be pissed if i was part of a raid with shields and shit and i gotta stand in front and all i get is a fuckin pistol
the flicker !FwnV7hV52I - Mon, 23 Oct 2017 02:35:34 EST ID:QiGBcKwL No.398154 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I'll give you an 8.5, I docked one-and-a-half points because "révolte" would have fit your meter and rhymed. Tu dois penser comme un Robespierre... oui oui
Frederick Snoddock - Wed, 25 Oct 2017 21:31:13 EST ID:mv5oRpxE No.398198 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Wave of attacks in Belgium against military industrial complex of the united States. Let's hope someone stops these criminals golly gosh!

Source: insurrection news

/pol/ and /r/the_Donald user kills father for being a "Leftist Pedophile" by Rebecca Dimmleridge - Tue, 17 Oct 2017 15:49:17 EST ID:DXkyy4gw No.397854 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>MOUNT VERNON — The Bow-area man accused of stabbing his father to death was charged Thursday in Skagit County Superior Court. Lane Maurice Davis, 33, pleaded not guilty to one count of first-degree murder. He is being held on $1 million bail. Court documents state Lane Davis started a fight with his parents July 14 at their home in the 4000 block of Wharf Street, accusing them of being “leftists” and “pedophiles.” An audio recording of the fight, found on his father Charles Davis’ cellphone, indicated that Lane Davis threatened to kill his father several times. Lane Davis told police he was angered after reading something on the internet about “leftist pedophiles,” which sparked an argument between the two men.

^ is a right wing website the murderer wrote articles for, they confirm his circlejerk username, and they are now disavowing him. They say they're going to pull down all his articles. They say he basically called anyone who disagreed with him a leftist pedophile.

So I'm having difficulty sourcing this guy's comments, because /r/the_donald has scrubbed most his comments and basically covered the entire thing up (no hypocrisy there of course), but according to people on circlejerk and the above website, his username was /u/Seattle4truth. He had previously stated he got started down the path of the right first by getting involved in GamerGate and /pol/, then moving into circlejerk for /r/the_donald and /r/KotakuInAction. It's said he 364 posts on /r/the_Donald.

I don't know about any of you, but it always spokes me the fuck out when it's literally the case that someone from (4ch's) /pol/ killed someone, in this case his own father. Like Jesus Christ. I know this /pol/ and 4ch's /pol/ are different but it's still too close to home for comfort.
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Cyril Gimmermune - Sun, 22 Oct 2017 10:02:29 EST ID:Vwoc9qnJ No.398149 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Do you think America tries to influence other countries elections?
abso-fucking-lutely. you'd have to be trumpette level delusional/stupid and think that america can do no wrong to think the US doesn't.
Betsy Mennertad - Sun, 22 Oct 2017 16:11:51 EST ID:qH56ZoeU No.398151 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Notice how he doesn't deny it.

Slavophobia is back on the menu, boys!
Martha Hubberwotch - Sun, 22 Oct 2017 16:34:54 EST ID:ocfgTAf6 No.398152 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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That definitely must mean that I'm a squat-a-phobe. I love squatting. Good for the posture.
Emma Sippercocke - Mon, 23 Oct 2017 16:25:46 EST ID:rpHZ1Djo No.398168 Ignore Report Quick Reply

i think that would make you a squatophile
the flicker !FwnV7hV52I - Tue, 24 Oct 2017 03:56:34 EST ID:iFsdrSSG No.398174 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What will these scheming and perfidious Orientals try next?

U.S. - Failed State by Messenger - Thu, 19 Oct 2017 10:09:12 EST ID:2c8nuUUH No.397969 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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"The United States has entered the ranks of the failed states. One of the most remarkable manifestations of a failed state is that the criminals are all inside the government operating against the people, whereas in a normal state, the criminals are on the outside of the government, operating against it. So, we now have every manifestation of being a failed state, with the government in the hands of a few Wall Street gangsters." - Paul Craig Roberts
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Esther Binnerway - Thu, 19 Oct 2017 12:29:15 EST ID:nppI2w1T No.397984 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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A state is an entity with a regional monopoly on violence.
A failed state no longer has a monopoly on violence.

There's plenty of states that basically just loot the people, it doesn't mean they're not states.
Index of states likely to lose control related.
George Clarringlun - Thu, 19 Oct 2017 18:37:06 EST ID:FZwyp5B6 No.398010 Report Quick Reply

That pic offers so context or relevant data on what the colors mean, numbers, statistics, nothing. That was a shitty post. Do better.
Esther Sunderham - Fri, 20 Oct 2017 09:18:43 EST ID:RECqzvsy No.398066 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>A state is an entity with a regional monopoly on violence.
>A failed state no longer has a monopoly on violence.
Yet on the map Best Korea is still marked red?
Cedric Chubblegold - Fri, 20 Oct 2017 09:58:05 EST ID:nppI2w1T No.398068 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>398010 >>398066
That's not a map of failing states, but a map of states ranked by various factors that tend to lead to failure of a state.

A government that enriches itself at the expense of its people increases the likelihood of a state failing, but does not indicate a state has failed.
Many states including the US have left their people with less than the USA is doing now, yet remained stable for a very long time.
Nell Pegglewill - Sat, 21 Oct 2017 07:26:19 EST ID:RFgJHpzp No.398079 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This definition is far more accurate. In fact, I'd be hard pressed to think of a state that wasn't run by law breakers in some form or another. Heck, the entire feudal system that dominated much of our history was simply a form of coercive gang violence and enslavement of population groups that gained political legitimacy over time.

Trudeau will whip your skinny ass by Nathaniel Nicklestock - Wed, 18 Oct 2017 13:57:26 EST ID:x4cWFuS2 No.397925 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is YOUR national leader man enough to cry in public? Mine is. Bow down to what a real man looks like.
Phyllis Billingstone - Wed, 18 Oct 2017 14:55:00 EST ID:nppI2w1T No.397927 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Trudeau probably could whip your ass, he's beaten the shit out of conservatives before.
Cedric Tillinglock - Wed, 18 Oct 2017 15:58:41 EST ID:5IdieRNJ No.397930 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Liberal PMs have always been tough motherfuckers. Here we see Chretien breaking necks, and cashing checks.
Hamilton Smallgold - Wed, 18 Oct 2017 16:06:08 EST ID:D3IZqUk/ No.397932 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Wow, I just watched this and he really did a lot better than I thought he would have. I mean he's still an awful boxer, but he ate some shots early and toughed it out and came back swanging and got the win. That took some balls.
Cedric Smallson - Thu, 19 Oct 2017 14:52:50 EST ID:mml9hPZI No.397992 Ignore Report Quick Reply

>implying that beating down a politician's son would get you anywhere in life

panama-leaks exposer killed in malta by Edward Hangerson - Mon, 16 Oct 2017 16:08:42 EST ID:0LnNC5UM No.397837 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Todays news: major source of leaked material concerning the insanely wealthy and insanely powerful has been killed in malta by a car explosion.
So far the panama papers are the largest leaks about the secret frauds going on in the world of espionage, politics and economy. The leaks are compromised of terabytes of documents and data about many of the worlds former and present leaders, including reagan, the prime minister of iceland, assad, the turkish governoment, the CIA and many others.
Martha Bardman - Mon, 16 Oct 2017 17:38:57 EST ID:5IdieRNJ No.397838 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Only thing shocking is how unsubtle it was honestly.
Shitting Ceckleforth - Tue, 17 Oct 2017 06:46:47 EST ID:xQbV1JEs No.397843 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This bombing is more harmful to the world than whatever shit IS or Al Quada has ever pulled.
Archie Claylock - Tue, 17 Oct 2017 09:30:35 EST ID:VqGtqGtM No.397844 Ignore Report Quick Reply
counterpoint: no, it isn't
Cedric Tillinglock - Wed, 18 Oct 2017 16:01:03 EST ID:5IdieRNJ No.397931 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Not really. She got the info out. Killing her doesn't put the genie back in the bottle. Not to down play her murder at all, but the ball she got rolling is long past her.

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