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- Fri, 04 Oct 2019 23:30:05 EST GZ9huB26 No.57843
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Hello, i am a latin american, eager to about about his roots.

I came here to ask your for help, /his/ please, i need to find this book. (pic very related). I don`t know the name :(
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mumbojumbo - Fri, 04 Oct 2019 23:33:01 EST GZ9huB26 No.57844 Reply
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>>57843
another pic i found. Please if you have any info about the name of the book it would be awesome. :)

Ukrainian-Russo Conflict a.k.a War In Donbass

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- Sat, 28 Sep 2019 09:34:56 EST 2wlb/aoh No.57824
File: 1569677696486.jpg -(734674B / 717.46KB, 1065x736) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Ukrainian-Russo Conflict a.k.a War In Donbass
Was browsing around and realized most people don't really understand the conflict that happened. Made this thread for sharing pictures and insight on the conflict that happend.
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Rebecca Feckleset - Sat, 28 Sep 2019 16:56:46 EST rbK+gS1r No.57825 Reply
Pretty easy to understand really.

Rich people, Russo-Ukrainians and Russia are the boss in Ukraine. Ukrainian people are tired of living in a radioactive corrupt shithole with no jobs. They rebel.

End result. Civil war. Also, the new Ukrainian government does in Chernobyl what 30 years of post-Soviet cleanup couldn't do (because all that French gov/French nuclear industry money ended up in Russian oligarch wallets instead of being used).

>France funded a fuckload of the Chernobyl cleanup because France gets like 70%/80% of their power from nuclear, and they don't like sharing the continent with the fucking symbol of nuclear power misuse, so they want that shit cleaned up

Why is the Judge Rotenberg Center still open?

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- Sat, 17 Aug 2019 05:22:22 EST BxA+b6t5 No.57778
File: 1566033742442.jpg -(50469B / 49.29KB, 1200x630) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Why is the Judge Rotenberg Center still open?
Why on earth this is place still open? At what point does it get shut down?!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Knzx6PVvG0

The "treatments" provided in that hellhole are illegal in every country on earth BUT the USA. The use electric shocks, but not in the way common therapy for such is applied, but as 'aversion therapy'...by strapping kids to tables and running electricity through them as a punishment. This 'aversion therapy' has left second and third degree burns on some of these kids, and not only is it legal in this country, it is court ordered.

It's illegal to do this to murderers*, but who gives a shit if it's some enthusiastic kid, right?

*And well it should be!
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Charlotte Hubberway - Fri, 27 Sep 2019 23:51:48 EST SApkZKRL No.57822 Reply
Another thing people don't want to know about. If I were to tell people about this they would brush it off or not believe me, if I were to show them this they would protest at having to know about it & ask why I would want to look up these things.

This is something I had assumed admittedly had long been abandoned in practice & find deeply disturbing it's continued use in the states...

What Do?

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- Thu, 08 Aug 2019 01:00:14 EST 1YbLb96P No.57758
File: 1565240414176.jpg -(55233B / 53.94KB, 525x557) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. What Do?
>You are walking through the park
>See this
>What Do?
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Basil Goblingkork - Fri, 20 Sep 2019 15:34:26 EST VhjDdOQW No.57808 Reply
Laugh uncontrollably, triggering an asthma attack, then inhale him.

Some fresh OC for you guys

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- Sun, 08 Sep 2019 08:51:05 EST /UCPeaCX No.57792
File: 1567947065041.jpg -(123814B / 120.91KB, 543x1697) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Some fresh OC for you guys
DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Phineas Fevingline - Sun, 08 Sep 2019 22:21:17 EST WJ07taYS No.57793 Reply
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I smiled and shared it with some friends

History of Espionage.

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- Sat, 03 Aug 2019 12:37:43 EST l9faZouv No.57737
File: 1564850263967.jpg -(49029B / 47.88KB, 610x407) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. History of Espionage.
For this, I'm lumping together all covert operations. Assassinations, spying, misinformation, sabotage etc.

Spying and misinformation goes back farther than written history, so the first historical account goes back to 1274 BC.

The "Battle of Kadesh" between the Egyptian Empire and the Hittite Empire.

Muwatalli, leader of the Hittites sent a bunch of spies to the Egyptian camp posing as deserters. Two of them were able to get an audience with the Pharaoh and convince him that the HIttites were far away and they could make significant gains in territory, Of course this was a trap as they were waiting to ambush them.

Fortunately for Ramses, his forces captured two more spies and interrogated them until they revealed the ambush and Ramses was able to save most of his forces.

The Ra division got fucking hammered, but the rest of his army prepared for the fight to come and the Egyptians technically won, although it was strategically indecisive.

It ended with a peace treaty, but had it not been for the spys there could have been some very different outcomes.

Pic is of a common tactic used, a woman assassin. Because who would suspect her and she can hide some pretty decent weapons in that dress.
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Ian Cunderwod - Sat, 17 Aug 2019 01:08:25 EST WEH09gij No.57777 Reply
In terms of organized CIA-type stuff it may have started with the Assassins. Supposedly what they were doing was shocking and new and I don't see anything along those lines happening earlier. But then we are talking about clandestine activities.
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Walter Winningdock - Sat, 17 Aug 2019 09:48:46 EST rbK+gS1r No.57779 Reply
>>57777
I assume assassins existed before The Assassins, but The Assassins were specifically trained for their job.

Before that, important people would just give some shitfarmer with debts a knive, "Go kill that guy", and be done with it.

IIRC there was a moment in medieval Italy when it was really popular for the nobility to just hire entire gangs of hoodlums to commit murders. People would be walking down the street and they'd get ganked by 10 murderhobos with clubs and knives.
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Hugh Hoshridge - Tue, 20 Aug 2019 12:00:36 EST PksC5wlG No.57783 Reply
I've read some story about a Roman spy who infiltrated a celtic tribe in Northern Italy or Switzerland. He learned their language, got accepted by them and lived among them for ages until the Romans showed up and he totally ratted out everybody and probably laughed his ass off while everybody was getting killed or enslaved.

Freedom, baseball, apple pie and big fake titties

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- Sat, 10 Aug 2019 21:13:23 EST 19tHCttb No.57764
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Lot o American hate on this board, I thought that we were all supposed to get along?

To counter balance that is a thread about all the good things about America. You can have a glass half outlook and it's much more productive and increases global love if we start to try to understand each other's cultures, yes including admitting that not everything about America is bad

Let's start with some good things about America
Big ol titties
Fit women
Gyms
Low calorie alternative foods like baked califower
Protein powder
Gyms at apartment complexes
Independent professional women
Generosity, I worked in the charity field and Americans are genuinely quite kind an caring

Let's name some more :) and have positive conversations to overshadow all the cultural bias already in so many threads, so we can all learn and spread global love ❤️ ❤️ ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
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Jarvis Harrycocke - Sun, 11 Aug 2019 00:09:34 EST WJ07taYS No.57765 Reply
this is a history board

Yo guy

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- Thu, 08 Aug 2019 00:55:17 EST 1YbLb96P No.57756
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Why cant we have this again, I want to be a Medieval Lord with a flock of hoes
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Eugene Duckdale - Thu, 08 Aug 2019 13:08:43 EST l9faZouv No.57760 Reply
>>57756
If you want that, chances are you aren't living the life of a modern lord. So you'd be a peasant.


Psychological Operations in Guerrilla Warfare.

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- Thu, 18 Jul 2019 23:24:09 EST DQP2HBjA No.57700
File: 1563506649431.jpg -(128246B / 125.24KB, 374x500) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Psychological Operations in Guerrilla Warfare.
Interesting historical document, Just read it thought I'd Give a brief image essay.

ORIGINAL HERE
https://web.archive.org/web/20060210134317/http://www.cnn.com/SPECIALS/cold.war/episodes/18/documents/cia.ops/

Bit of back story.

The CIA created an instruction manual for the Nicaraguan rebels during the second war of revolution. This was because the revolution was essentially a proxy war between the USSR + Cuba and The United States.
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Polly Cheggleworth - Mon, 22 Jul 2019 04:56:53 EST S/rVdy54 No.57718 Reply
>>57700
Those CIA produced instruction manuals for rebels were popular collectors items at comic cons in the 80s & 90s
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Hamilton Pockhall - Sun, 04 Aug 2019 00:23:04 EST OyVyeVjx No.57746 Reply
>>57720
There's not much you can do after someone brainwashes you and makes time repeat.

Ancient Aliens

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- Sun, 12 Jun 2016 07:49:50 EST RO9VCtpC No.56723
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Yo, just finished watching all 20 seasons.
What do you think about them building the egyptian things and givings us alien tech?
how the fuck does transistors and magnets work??? That is alien shit right there
Also, how do you feel about Tesla being an outkast alien that lived among us?
The tribe of shabazz is real
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US exceptionalism myth

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- Sun, 23 Sep 2018 07:55:03 EST 4ndgi8mn No.57528
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Why do US retards think that the US won WWII single handedly? I drive uber and had some army guys in my car the other day and they were SHOCKED, MORTIFIED that I suggested that the USSR was both the superior fighting force and were the ones who defeated Nazi Germany (if any one force can be thanked it is indeed the Red Army).

I think its really important that Americans be told that their military is actually shit and they havent contributed a single fucking significant thing to the good of humanity in military terms besides an ASSIST in WWII. The rest of the entire military history of the US is predatory imperialist meandering around the globe and has been a net loss for humanity.

ITT we discuss good ways to teach americans that their military is evil and they are stupid to support it
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Charlotte Finnerchad - Tue, 30 Jul 2019 17:19:48 EST l9faZouv No.57731 Reply
>>57729
Almost every decision is based on profits and not on glory. There was a brief stint in the cold war where they were more into impressing nations than they were into profit but this was crushed hard.
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Charlotte Finnerchad - Tue, 30 Jul 2019 17:20:21 EST l9faZouv No.57732 Reply
>>57730
Also, this is a very good point. Maybe we're stuck in such a state forever.
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Walter Hugglefuck - Mon, 05 Aug 2019 00:30:44 EST IlyKIasb No.57751 Reply
>>57730
By this logic the entire world has been in a low intensity state of world war that occasionally flares up since the 1700s. Great/regional powers competing does not a world war make.

Tutsi genocide

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- Tue, 09 Apr 2019 06:02:48 EST +bh4WZ06 No.57609
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It's been 25 years since the Tutsi genocide in Rwanda. A butchery that lasted for over a 100 days, it was fucked up beyond belief and no one really gets hold responsible.

What do you think about it? Were did it start? Who is at fault?
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Sidney Bruddlebodging - Tue, 09 Jul 2019 23:31:31 EST PqIVyg6p No.57683 Reply
I know nothing about this. Nothing. I have heard of a conflict between the Tutsi and another group, the Hutus or something? But I don't even know what country, when it was, nothing man I'm totally dumb as fuck. I'm struggling to learn about european, asian, south american history, africa i dont know shit. Can someone give me the very simple dumbed down version?
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Polly Cheggleworth - Mon, 22 Jul 2019 05:13:33 EST S/rVdy54 No.57719 Reply
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>>57675
i don't know why you're so insistent about forwarding the blatantly false premise that the clinton white house had any idea what was going on and was making their decisions based on past experiences when its very clear that the clinton white house had no idea what was happening in africa and didn't find out until long after there was any possibility for action.
https://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/fl-xpm-1993-01-27-9301050954-story.html
furthermore, peacekeeping in africa is not the sole responsibility of the usa, any one of america's far more intelligent and sophisticated and much more white allies in europe could just as easily intervened on their own if they saw that america was dropping the ball

Who was the most powerful person in history?

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- Wed, 10 Jul 2019 18:52:14 EST l9faZouv No.57684
File: 1562799134588.jpg -(8753B / 8.55KB, 193x261) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Who was the most powerful person in history?
It's a difficult question, subjective but not entirely.

What I mean by "powerful" is also not the same as influential. When I mean "Power" I mean power over people to do the things you want with the means to do them. The measure of this power would be the scale and scope of the things done.

For instance: Although Jesus Christ created one of the most influential religions of all time, I'd argue the man had very little power, probably less a few hundred people during his life. I'd also argue that after his death, his direct will and teachings were vastly skewed and ignored by almost every Christian.

What I do mean is someone like Joseph Stalin who had power over 1/6th of the earth's landmass and close to 190 million people directly at the time of his death.

Indirectly, 78 million people in the Eastern Bloc (not including Yugoslavia) were dominated by his policies.

In China and North Korea, Stalin had influence in policy but ultimately they were independent states by virtue of their leaders. However, his interest in these countries was creating allies over puppets.

His influence on Mao however was considerable, Mao himself saying nearly 70% of his policies were directly influenced by Stalinism.

The numbers aren't the most impressive in history, his power over them was. Essentially placing himself as a living God. He directly signed the death warrant for 40,000 people and his "Great purge" is responsible for around 1.2 million people.

His regime killed around 8 million Soviets altogether, directly through killings and gulag labor deaths or indirectly (disputed) through famine. But when he told them to stop, they stopped and when he told agriculture to grow, it grew.

During the famous famine, around 60 million tons of grain were produced. (CIA Estimate)

By the time Stalin died 92 million tons of grain were Harvested in the Soviet Union,
As well as massive new yields of potatoes, livestock and other food. (CIA estimate)

This is to say that, probably despite the failings of his policies if he wanted to he could control how many people starved, vs how many people got fat and he exercised this control, it's even estimated that his collectivization directly lead to the devaluation of grain that lead to the great depression. (disputed obviously)

His policies also made one of the greatest leaps in Industrialization ever seen, transforming a mostly rural nation of many nationalities and traditions into an industrial powerhouse that rivaled the United States.

Essentially, with the stroke of a pen.

Before the surrender of Germany he was in control (But yielded command) of nearly 13 million soldiers the second largest army in history after the United States in 1945 at 16 million.
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Sophie Bardwater - Thu, 11 Jul 2019 17:38:11 EST PqIVyg6p No.57687 Reply
julius caesar

kiss my ass

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