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The Future's Dick in Your Morphic Resonance by Tetragrammaton !5BjyklxJhI - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 19:51:53 EST ID:l/bEXwNT No.69240 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Over 100,000 people have an Oculus Rift development kit. Think of the implications of this technology. Don't even think about video games. Really wrack your noggin.
We have self-driving cars. They're here. What will remote controlled or autonomous transportation do to the transportation industry?
We have the technology to fully automate any labor-intensive task that doesn't require ultra-sensitive detail and have it remote controlled.
We have robots that can see people's heat signature and vitals in the aftermath of earthquakes and tornadoes that can be remote controlled. They can lift a 400 pound slab of concrete to extract survivors or artifacts. Think of the implications on maintenance in the industrial sectors.
We have continually-improving solar and other renewable energy sources available to consumers and producers alike.
Entire countries are providing clean, recycled energy to their population with no destructive footprint.
Sweden has closed large prisons because they don't need them as much.
Gene therapy is in development and testing.

And there's people still living to get baked and watch King of the Hill every day, working part time as a cashier at a fast food joint.

We're approaching a species-wide existential crisis. Are you ready?
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Cyril Dudgechot - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 14:54:06 EST ID:Z+srIiHX No.69255 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I do NOT want fucking Google to be in control of my fucking vehicle. I hope they fail so badly I pray somebody fucking sabotage them wipes the servers and bombs the production plant.

I have no respect for the human race anymore. They're just begging to be slaves and throw away what little scraps of freedom, privacy, and independence they have left.
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Faggy Sabblewater - Wed, 01 Oct 2014 06:25:58 EST ID:4tHYavhU No.69266 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>69255
I have a friend in programming and tech and he and I often have clashing opinions on the NWO and centralizing power, as well as concepts like the Hive-mind that tech-oriented culture is creating. He often questions why I fear the global centralization of power, to which I usually give historical accounts of the moving of a country's capital (ex. Tokyo and Kyoto in Japan, Rio de Janiero and Brasilia in Brazil) and explain that while a centralized world government would be the most efficient system, it mattered a great deal where that government was centered and who was in control. He often denounced individuality, likening it to people having a need to "feel superior to others" (rather than a natural combination of personality, history, environment and so on). This is hive-mind talk, or collectivism, or something, and it it drives me insane that an otherwise rational and intelligent individual cannot understand the concept that just because you CAN, doesn't mean you SHOULD.

One subject in particular that terrifies me is the integration of technology into the brain itself. He speaks of the amazing wonders we could be capable of, man and machine as one, how we can think faster and know everything about everything in the blink of an eye. My argument is always that if you're adding artificial "RAM" to speed up the thought processes, or adding storage memory, wouldn't prolonged reliance on these technologies reroute processes that would normally be handled by the brain? Wouldn't this type of rerouting cause an atrophy of the brain in these areas, making us mentally weaker and exponentially reliant on our technology than we are today? At one point can someone hack the hardware in another human being and spam their psychological defenses until that individual becomes a drone? Serious concerns.
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Graham Mirrydock - Wed, 01 Oct 2014 12:13:35 EST ID:QVAKfneW No.69271 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>69266
>At one point can someone hack the hardware in another human being and spam their psychological defenses until that individual becomes a drone? Serious concerns.

This is exactly why I will never replace my flesh with metal unless I have too, someone could literally hack into my head and fry my brain with an electrical overload or something. It's like something out of Deus Ex: HR
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Jenny Pibbleville - Wed, 01 Oct 2014 12:27:28 EST ID:srnFNLCA No.69272 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>69266
>>69271
You guys want to know what's even scarier?

Your brain already has holes in its security, a mere idea can cause you to malfunction or become weaker
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Tetragrammaton !5BjyklxJhI - Wed, 01 Oct 2014 14:09:43 EST ID:l/bEXwNT No.69274 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>69250
Que? Manual labor, transportation, menial cooking jobs, customer service, and defense/security jobs will be replaced by automation sooner than later. Our entire society is based on the idea that you work your whole life to pursue what you want and your career is what defines you in the majority of Western civilization. I used the exact term I meant.


Fucking conspiracy threatening my life by Rebecca Sillerway - Tue, 23 Sep 2014 17:26:55 EST ID:AlHfNOZF No.69111 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Yeah I've gotten involved with the wrong kind if people. They probably monitor me here right now. I know shit. Shit they will kill me for. Chans are compromised and it all serves an agenda to discredit and destroy anonymity on the internet.
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Nathaniel Cregglesudge - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 10:13:45 EST ID:YTDuprcA No.69253 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>69135

Just a head's up man, that is a job, and I have it. ;)
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Sophie Dranningbotch - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 16:07:31 EST ID:iBsH5YW7 No.69257 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>69111
Fuck them with their manufactured wars and assault on our freedoms!
Also Vola room r/FeTpS1
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Def Jeff - Wed, 01 Oct 2014 10:40:03 EST ID:QVAKfneW No.69269 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I was gang stalked by various people over in a neighboring city after I walked into a front that was extra suspicious (no one ever went in there, obvious front, staff threatened me with their eyes when I entered, counted tax in 50 cents, one of the workers had a shaved head and a long chin beard (something I've seen some cult members at OWS wearing)). Too bad I was somewhat connected and told some people who weren't police. That front doesn't exist anymore.
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Jenny Pibbleville - Wed, 01 Oct 2014 12:01:09 EST ID:srnFNLCA No.69270 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>69269
>people are gonna sit around and pretend to be a shop all day
>just so they can stalk anybody that walks in
Fucking hell you people really are the bottom of the /tinfoil/ pile
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Barnaby Cuckleford - Wed, 01 Oct 2014 12:30:34 EST ID:pxI0m34l No.69273 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>69270

Haven't you ever tried to shop in a store that is a front before?

Shit gets awkward.


New-Age Propaganda Thread by The Fool !oj3475yHBQ - Mon, 04 Aug 2014 21:08:47 EST ID:kx3pSabH No.68155 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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alright, as i am sure you crazies are aware of, the media is currently being used to propagate New-Age/ spiritual ideology.

many commercials now depict scenes or messages which urge the individual watching it to start a spiritual journey of some sort/ wake up to reality...etc..

many buzz words and phrases include.
>join the, revolution, movement...etc
>no compromise(in relation to what is considered good)
>its time for a change, update, new way of thinking...etc
>its a new age
>find your source, center, happiness...etc
>everything aligns, synchronicity...etc
you get the picture.

so, lets make this thread a collection of commercials that are obviously perpetuating these messages. think of a commercial that you have seen recently that is obviously propaganda and post a link, explaining what the buzzwords are and how its being used.
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Shit Gomblekerk - Fri, 26 Sep 2014 01:21:06 EST ID:1X9bdp1I No.69194 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>69191
>he thinks chakra energies in our bodies is fairy tale
>he probably never meditate

whatever bro
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Soviet Psychonaut - Fri, 26 Sep 2014 10:13:27 EST ID:m/m2SCn/ No.69200 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>69170
>Unfortunately nobody bothers listening to it.

We're all ears, man
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Hamilton Cullerwill - Fri, 26 Sep 2014 19:18:09 EST ID:gldWM6CJ No.69205 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>69200
Well I did basically just say it in tl;dr format.

However I do consistently criticize people for relying on unfactual if not outright psychotic bullshit and I am not exempted hence why I don't typically like to hatp on shit like Apple selling their first computer for $666.66 or my genuine deeply held belief that the world will go over to the powers and principalities and wickedness in high places. I genuinely do believe in a transcendent multidimensional or rather transremporal sort of...Kampf I guess though "struggle" "strife" or "conflict" is perhaps innacurate and too narrow to describe what I believe is happened tomorrow. This of course is just flat out crazy sounding hut moreover it is unverifiable so anything I have to say about it is unverifiable and broken information at that. Hence just harping on mundane material reality's conflicts and agendas instead unless I'm being self indulgent.

That being said once you seize upon an eschatological religious viewpoint suddenly all of the puzzle pieces fit and make sense. I view the NWO as a Satanic scheme of world despotism by the elites who either figuratively or literally and directly sold their souls for wealth and power. Which is really nothing new. The Sun King of France. Japanese god emperors. Roman emperors demanding worship thinking themselves gods. The standard perrenial happening of clinical psychopaths seizing power.

Which is another thing I wish we could use but already I know is utterly infeasible, to study and test each person to determine whether they are sociopaths. This problematic because for one thing sociopaths would seize this apparatus to hide themselves and persecute rivals meanwhile innocents would be duped and genuine humane critics sent to gulags as "antisocials" plus non-psychopaths can be just as bad. I would suggest clinical psychology applied to geopolitics and economics along with a historian's and investigative journalist's and Intel operatives synergized perspectives for a greater verifiably factual understanding of things.

For a deeper understanding still I'd advise theology. And to always know people are full of shit either by design (i.…
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Soviet Psychonaut - Fri, 26 Sep 2014 20:16:01 EST ID:m/m2SCn/ No.69209 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>69205
>For a deeper understanding still I'd advise theology.

One of the best courses I ever took was a theology 2000 course, where the priest started off with "Pretend this is a mythology book and enjoy it as a story, don't believe in it" and he was awesome and the stories really hit home. He dropped hints that he had quite the party life studying in Rutgers theological seminary, but I agree. Seeing things from a metaphyscial form, things sort of fall into play.

I used to not believe in God until I engaged the sciences in depth. It's so intricate and in depth, it'd be more wierd if it wasn't be design. My Pharmacological Toxicology professor said just yesterday that the more he researches and studies, the more he believes in a supreme being of sorts. Just the complexity of biochemical reactions and processes, is dumbfounding. Scientists can tell you how something happens, but they can never explain why, which is intersting in its own light.

>Book of Revelations
When I was 14 a friend of mine gave me their copy of the bible to help me through a tough period. The first book I read was Revelations. That was quite an interesting piece of work and what I got out of it was that no matter how shitty the world, or people as you put it and I agree, is/are, there is always hope and light at the end, even if we don't reach it, it is there to be had. I don't really believe in a god per say, the closest I accept to the definition is the description of the universe in its entirety and even then, the human mind is limited and there is so much more we don't sense or percieve because of our biochemical computer's (brain) capacity.

Life is cruel, life is horrible, life is painful, but for some reason, I want to keep on living and experiencing all the possibilites, perhaps in an effort to make it better, fruitless or not.
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Cyril Blummerpudge - Wed, 01 Oct 2014 09:51:06 EST ID:oSldSi3A No.69268 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>69209
>I used to not believe in God until I engaged the sciences in depth. It's so intricate and in depth, it'd be more wierd if it wasn't be design. My Pharmacological Toxicology professor said just yesterday that the more he researches and studies, the more he believes in a supreme being of sorts. Just the complexity of biochemical reactions and processes, is dumbfounding. Scientists can tell you how something happens, but they can never explain why, which is intersting in its own light.
Bro this paragraph is very interesting. I always considered scientists to be modern mystics of sorts. Because you are right, to some degree.
Problem is there are a lot of gaps in science, especially evolution, that a lot of creationists/intelligent designers exploit and say "Oh we don't know, god did it!" when the answer, thinly veiled and just slightly out of view.

My issue comes with the chicken and the egg scenario. What came first, receptor or ligand? Enzyme to generate cell membranes or cell membrane to seperate cell (DNA/RNA) from surroundings? You see them all the time, and either answer is paradoxical. If ligand came first, why? What did it do without the other? and vice versa.
But the way I look at it, if there is a god, which personally I think there is (definately not the Christian God, however), I see science as a means of trying to learn more about him, like trying to learn more about a famous painter by studying his artwork, what he put on that canvas.


JFK & Oswald by Cornelius Murdgold - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 17:51:51 EST ID:CROnsOjv No.69237 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Are there really people out there who still believe JFK was assassinated by Oswald?
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Cedric Heckleham - Tue, 30 Sep 2014 18:45:25 EST ID:E1PZb6PJ No.69261 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>69258
>How are they fucking stupid?
Because they hinge on false premises such as "His head moved in the wrong direction" or "The bullet trajectory doesn't make sense" most of the time.

>The idea that Oswald shot him and then Ruby is absurd
Alright, since I answered your question how about you tell me what's absurt about Oswald being the killer?

>>69259
>you're not skeptics btw because skeptics weigh things whereas your type tends to have very knee jerk reactions and gullible naivety
But you have no idea how much time I've spent or how many ideas I've compared before making a judgement on this event. I could know nothing about this or I could have done a decade of research. You just don't know. This means your childish bawwing outs YOU as the naysayer.


You know what really makes no sense about this though?
The fact that the theory of Oswald being the killer is COMPLETELY consistent with whatever conspiracy you want to believe. Was JFK killed because of his policies on VIetnam? The Fed? Was it because he was Catholic? Was the CIA behind it?

Pick any or all of them, they're all compatible with the idea that Oswald as the killer. The only reason people dispute this is because it's "The official story", and for some reason people can't comprehend that half-truths are just as powerful as lies.
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Martha Sushtidge - Wed, 01 Oct 2014 01:40:54 EST ID:1X9bdp1I No.69262 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>69261
please shut the fuck up, I dont have arguments to go against you but damn, I know you are wrong, and you exactly sound like atheists trying to refute the fact that there is a God, so please, any true conspiracy theorists out there, or WHATEVER you wanna call them will understand that you are very mislead. Anyway WHO cares about WHO killed him, its the SYSTEM who did, fuck the system and thats it.

the system belief of who killed kennedy = oswald

there you go
theres no more to understand
just
just shut the fuck up
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Lillian Fiblingson - Wed, 01 Oct 2014 02:12:16 EST ID:gmF5mr1b No.69263 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>69261
So you're saying that the bullet trajectorIES (there were 3 different ones remember...) makes sense? The fact you don't really know the specifics about the story you're arguing gives little to follow in terms of believability in your own terms (hinging on false premises, remember that too...)
If you're going to pick a side, at least do it right.
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Lover - Wed, 01 Oct 2014 03:38:46 EST ID:lBz2FMef No.69264 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>69258
All the presidents since, (except maybe Carter) are sociopaths and/or drug addicts. They can be controlled through suggestion. As well and addict always has secrets that can be used as threat to control. Monica L. was Clinton's handler as Cheney or Rumsfeld, maybe both were Bush's handler. We all know Bush was a psychopathic megalomaniac. He trusted those two b/c they were Daddys picks.
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Augustus Sappersone - Wed, 01 Oct 2014 05:39:16 EST ID:E1PZb6PJ No.69265 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>69262
>I dont have arguments to go against you
Cool, I'm gonna keep posting then.

>you exactly sound like atheists trying to refute the fact that there is a God
You sound like a Baptist meeting a theologian. You're fucking furious but you can't explain why.

>>69263
>The fact you don't really know the specifics about the story you're arguing gives little to follow in terms of believability
You're really scraping the bottom of the barrel here, I used a singular where I could have used a plural, but really either would have been wholly acceptable in this context.

If you have to resort to the kind of shit my old English teacher would pull, well that lends me any credibility I might have lost.


short wave radio by Graham Poblingketch - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 23:50:46 EST ID:WDwRy4pX No.68848 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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so i found a site that monitors live short wave radio transmissions. there is truley some weird shit on this thing.

for those of you not in the know short wave is the radio signals, that spys use to get coded messages.

i've been listing to 5921.32, if hell had a radio station i think it would sound like this. see if you can find anything rad and post it here.
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Edward Pungerchick - Sun, 28 Sep 2014 04:30:40 EST ID:njQ/CMun No.69221 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>69214
Was this the cowboy wizard from The Big Lebowski or the cowboy wizard from Mulholland Drive?
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Emma Poddlelurk - Sun, 28 Sep 2014 10:58:05 EST ID:JnIS/ZpK No.69226 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>69221
the cowboy not-wizard from TBL
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Nigel Donningbune - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 12:45:36 EST ID:5Zfe5vbT No.69233 Ignore Report Quick Reply
14282.09

listen to this its freakin me out lol
sounds like alien shit lmao
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Satan:4398-8940-8069 Kakuna, Swalot, Toxicroak - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 12:53:53 EST ID:5GHVabCR No.69234 Ignore Report Quick Reply
found the indian channel
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Satan:4398-8940-8069 Kakuna, Swalot, Toxicroak - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 12:54:17 EST ID:5GHVabCR No.69235 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>69234

9594.97

sorry i forgot it


the chanspiracy 2k14 by Edwin Mirrychog - Mon, 22 Sep 2014 06:17:51 EST ID:1X0WHVKA No.69083 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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tl;dr - le conspiracy theory is that a certain group wants to use 4chainz and other imgboards as a way to astroturf some burgeoning SJW-based political movement as a protected class/front group for the "american state" (his words - not sure what he means) hence why they seem to be so untouchable on public platforms despite the widespread arguments and evidence against them. DESUDESUD

plot twist: the board hasn't been coopted by SJWs - majority of them aren't even real apparently.

why the interest in imageboards? le ebin maymays are apparently excellent for steering political discourse and the public opinion, especially those of the young and impressionable. with the rise of nationalism in Europe, these kinds of ebin maymays :^) could be used to the advantage of whomever guides their development. buttsekcs

curious to see how this will work out. this sounds like it would make a great premise for a film and michael bay could direct it with shia la beouf as the /b/rotagonist.

now my question is why on earth would they make SJWs a thing. does the creation of such an insane thing just make it more believable to the public? or are they a major ruse, an ebin distraction of the h8 machine toward something fake? fyi insanity is one of my triggers
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Fuck Dottingwell - Sat, 27 Sep 2014 17:35:53 EST ID:eD0B7TnC No.69216 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>69213
>>69202
Actually, real freedom of speech means that you are allowed to say what you want without anyone going through your speech and censoring it beforehand. It does not mean that you don't have to hold any responsibility over what you said.

People inciting violence and/or racism belong to jail, and I am happy we have the freedom of speech so these idiots can turn themselves in.
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Reuben Crazzlespear - Sat, 27 Sep 2014 18:45:13 EST ID:4Eivu7KR No.69217 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The real problem with freedom of speech is not to do with restrictions on what we can say, it's what we can't say that is the problem. There are things that some people do not have the words for and lacking the ability to talk about them in any meaningful way are completely alone with it. Imagine being raped with no concept of sex and therefore having no way of communicating it and lacking even the words to understand it privately.

Those poor children ;_;
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anarcho-fascist !JrXZxvnY8U - Sun, 28 Sep 2014 01:26:17 EST ID:nXSXuGjO No.69219 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>69216

There are laws that govern what you can say. Speech cannot be considered free if it is also restrained. That would be a contradiction.
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Jenny Turveyson - Sun, 28 Sep 2014 22:57:47 EST ID:VDog3oYr No.69229 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>69216
this is what makes the chan culture so great, it is the ultimate in free speech.

you are judged in anonymity completely on the weight of the thoughts that you are convening. their is only judgment of your statement with no other strings or downfalls.

you can really say what you feel on a site like this, and sure a lot people will call you a faggot and tell you to leave, but your thought still stands.

this is where it gets dangerous because what if you say something that really hits someone and makes them see the world different, what if your thought goes viral. what if people realize that they feel the same way you do about something and its OK not to be afraid of that thought, or to hide it. then people start to take action, and if you like the way things are, thats a bad thing.

example, if you where to ask anyone what the Illuminati was in the 1990s they wouldnt know what the fuck you where talking about. now its every where, its openly talked about and scoffed in the public forum.

yet there it stands, (call it whatever you want) one thought... that people in power seek to control those without, and it wont go away.

chans have the power to change the public view on things, and that is dangerous.

the future got to big, of course it would be put under control.
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Nell Hubberford - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 08:09:48 EST ID:OWQiws1r No.69232 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>69096
Since when did feminism becoming marginalized ?
They can say whatever they want and still keep moving up


Voter fraud? In an election the elites can't afford to lose? by Jenny Blackspear - Fri, 19 Sep 2014 01:49:00 EST ID:1iMdgu1H No.69009 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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It's just as likely as you think

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dCQFn13x6Pc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DHwlrgfBmVA

Gentlemen, start your engines.
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Ian Murdstone - Wed, 24 Sep 2014 16:37:44 EST ID:E1PZb6PJ No.69139 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>69136
Ooh, now I understand. In other words, the No is a win for tories, therefore a loss for the UK. We're getting the shaft again.
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Jenny Dubberdire - Wed, 24 Sep 2014 17:08:32 EST ID:3NT++VdZ No.69140 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>69139

A no vote is a win for the Conservatives and hilariously a yes vote is a win for them too. The reason a yes vote is a win is because Scottish labor is no longer passing legislation on England because the union is gone. The theory is that if the Scots voted yes then Wales and N. Ireland would do it too. Both scenarios end with the same scenario of the Conservatives crushing Labour in England.
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Jenny Dubberdire - Wed, 24 Sep 2014 17:09:16 EST ID:3NT++VdZ No.69141 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>69140

cont... so thats why I think the whole thing was a Conservative conspiracy and the independence issue wasn't even at the core of it.
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Nell Sabblelon - Sat, 27 Sep 2014 12:30:51 EST ID:fBKFFMGF No.69211 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Ignoring the shitfest this thread turned into, those are some stunning videos OP.
What happens to the ballots after the votes have been counted?
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Reuben Wudgelock - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 03:11:50 EST ID:PT/5dNC8 No.69231 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>69009
Do you think "the elites", being what they are, ever stood any chance of "losing"?


What if... by Reuben Greenworth - Sun, 28 Sep 2014 04:31:52 EST ID:+Eu9w+Lo No.69222 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What is ISIS was behind The Fappening. They were sitting their with their $3000+ computer saying to themselves "allah bark barr! I want to embarrass the Americans. I will do the worst thing that I know. Showing women unclothed. That will show them." and it totally backfired and everyone in the world is like "this is awesome". The terrorist are just sitting there like "Damn it, these fucking people, these fucking people" being all disgusted with the world and with themselves.
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Soviet Psychonaut - Sun, 28 Sep 2014 08:34:54 EST ID:1G38JFV5 No.69223 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Or you know, alphabet agencies are behind both ISIS and fappening
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John Honeyman - Sun, 28 Sep 2014 10:13:42 EST ID:E1PZb6PJ No.69224 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>69223
/tinfoil/ says that every time
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Emma Poddlelurk - Sun, 28 Sep 2014 10:57:44 EST ID:JnIS/ZpK No.69225 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>69224
significant correlation?

Anyway OP I think your theory just sucks. We could play what if's all day. What if you're ISIS? What if I was? What if what if what if...
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Reuben Wudgelock - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 03:09:51 EST ID:PT/5dNC8 No.69230 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Fappening was part of a wider exposure plan to bring public awareness to imageboard culture and its various ills so as to hammer a nail in anonymity on the internet.

This was the reason for some aspects of the culture to begin with. To villainize the concept. Similar to how some people feel the need to "push the limits of free speech" by making disgusting shit that hurts others, as if to call for greater limits on communication in general.
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Jenny Wanderlock - Mon, 29 Sep 2014 16:14:44 EST ID:YNj9RuD0 No.69236 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Everybody in this thread not getting the joke and actually taking it seriously
yup, /tinfoil/

Oh Reuben you never fail to impress me


Ahnenerbe by Kain !mdz1ceK8MA - Thu, 25 Sep 2014 01:09:05 EST ID:n/RQqo0P No.69147 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Operation 211
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Sophie Sammlewell - Fri, 26 Sep 2014 01:26:31 EST ID:ZMMOyxZE No.69195 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>69187
Eh I'm not watching all of that right now. I take it the summary was your post. What are you getting at?
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Kain !mdz1ceK8MA - Fri, 26 Sep 2014 19:30:33 EST ID:n/RQqo0P No.69206 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>69195
>I take it the summary was your post.
No.
I'm watching it again.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MwUpPwyyvLw
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Soviet Psychonaut - Fri, 26 Sep 2014 20:02:43 EST ID:m/m2SCn/ No.69208 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I find it amazing and horryfing the possibilites of ~70 years of stolen Nazi tech and unrestrained corporatism having at it somewhere in the deserts and subterranian America

Just imagine the shit we don't know
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Tetragrammaton !5BjyklxJhI - Sun, 28 Sep 2014 02:30:26 EST ID:E4mZdMYA No.69220 Ignore Report Quick Reply
An interesting tidbit, "'If the Germans had wanted to build secret bases or zones that had an extraterritorial status, the polar zones, including Antarctica, constituted ideal territory,' analyzed Russian serviceman Dr. Wladimir Wasiljew. There are actual records and supporting documents, which indicate the existence of a Nazi base in Antarctica, referred to as B-211."
Any idea where to find such documents? If it exists and it has been declassified, would that be FBI, CIA, Army, or what?
I've been researching things in this area and I'm not opposed to the idea of the Third Reich having found shit. And from a military/survivalist point of view, if you had dozens of U-Boats running mining equipment, supplies, engineers, scientists, workers, and intelligence, since they only had to surface once per trip from Deutschland to Antarctica, it would be a perfect place to hide and be safe. There are also documented reports from around the tail end of the war and after of significant Nazi presence in Argentina.
I have yet to come across anything proving or disproving losses in Operation Highjump save for purported quotes from maybe-real-people.
Things like this, if true would be of the utmost priority for concealment and distraction/disinfo so it is imperative, if you're looking for truth to not discredit an entire hypothesis for lack of easy to find evidence. As I shouldn't need to remind people, we (Amerifag here) have had a tendency to eat up whatever the government or marketing shits out and then a decade or so later the government declassifies info and evidence that contradicts their earlier propaganda because it is no longer a security threat in their eyes.
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Kain !mdz1ceK8MA - Sun, 28 Sep 2014 17:01:32 EST ID:kXmxqMc4 No.69228 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>69220
This is what i'm talking about.


The last creepy/funny youtube channel i have seen by Albert Shittingway - Sun, 28 Sep 2014 16:00:06 EST ID:Y5fGHR6p No.69227 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4XZW1jWEz8c&list=UUWVBeT8IgbAmnmywCeZEMdw

found this one and i think it is a gem! very absurd, not creepy at all. don't know if real weirdo or not.


Every conspiracy theorist. by Hannah Crocklestuck - Sun, 21 Sep 2014 13:35:47 EST ID:Bzf+305T No.69072 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KwpXPk5Fszc
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Molly Husslechock - Thu, 25 Sep 2014 15:26:08 EST ID:1X9bdp1I No.69157 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Nigger Pinningdock - Sat, 27 Sep 2014 02:11:00 EST ID:ciWbqFge No.69210 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>69072
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Soviet Psychonaut - Sat, 27 Sep 2014 13:54:18 EST ID:m/m2SCn/ No.69212 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>people who try to search for truth are the same as paranoid schizophrenics


post rare or little know of conspiracys by Jack Crasslemuck - Sun, 07 Sep 2014 14:47:53 EST ID:x5wE7gOK No.68788 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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it would be best if only you knew about them

>ill start, we never landed on the sun.

wow that feels good to get off my chest
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Hugh Crecklehig - Mon, 22 Sep 2014 00:48:02 EST ID:aen7yyix No.69082 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>68945
>lucifer, the morning star
>star
>stars are suns
>wat
>mfw
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Emma Dingerlire - Mon, 22 Sep 2014 07:13:02 EST ID:6/Gczgb+ No.69085 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>69082
Well technically Lucifer was his name as an angel
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Soviet Psychonaut - Mon, 22 Sep 2014 20:24:31 EST ID:m/m2SCn/ No.69095 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>69085
He was also God's favorite
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Fucking Giddledotch - Wed, 24 Sep 2014 09:02:03 EST ID:C+Z1wbvn No.69133 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>68945
LUCIFER son of the morning, i'm gonna chase you out of earth

The word Lucifer is taken from the Latin Vulgate, which translates הֵילֵל as lucifer,[Isa 14:12]meaning "the morning star, the planet Venus", or, as an adjective, "light-bringing".

Isaiah 14:12 “How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning!”
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Hamilton Cullerwill - Fri, 26 Sep 2014 19:40:50 EST ID:gldWM6CJ No.69207 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>68937
lol oh wow
I thought that was directed at what are apparently your posts. Jesus.

Uh. No dude. Just, no.
If you're going to be condescending it would behoove you to rely on more sources than some dumb YouTube video. You don't know what you're talking about and have no esoteric knowledge. The source(s) you're relying on also have the barest flimsiest grasp of anything that they then wildly distort, misrepresent, misunderstand, or disregard altogether. I know this because of the amount of time I've spent on all manner of things conspiracy or occulted knowledge type stuff.

Solar worship isn't Satanic. What you're talking about is false. The closest approximation would be some theories about the black sun but even that isn't really what you're trying to say at all.


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