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 No.161765[Reply]

Next weekend at Politicon, there will be two major debates:

Ana Kasparian vs Ann Coulter

Cenk Uygur vs Ben Shapiro

It will probably be entertaining, but to make it more interesting:

>Ana Kasparian vs Lauren Southern

>Ann Coulter vs Glenn Greenwald

>Ben Shapiro vs Norman Finkelstein

>Cenk Uygur vs Jordan Peterson

 No.161768

I want to cum in Ana's tight Caucasian Georgian p*ssy


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 No.161770

>>161765

>politicon

I'll be surprised if nobody dies this year




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 No.161750[Reply]

Why Are We Obsessed with Vicious Entertainment?

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 No.161755

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>>161751

i only watch a small amount of moe/sol anime

what does this mean?


 No.161758

>>161755

hwite and redpilt tbh fam


 No.161762

>>161755

redpilt


 No.161766

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>>161750

Because we're vicious primates? What kind of stupid question is that? It's catharsis. Not to long ago people were more violent.

Except for this guy.

>>161751

He's an intellectual.


 No.161767

>>161766

correct




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 No.161711[Reply]

The lack of racialism in Ancient Rome is troubling me. Were we wrong about racialism being beautiful and natural? What if our proud board is just a victim of colonial-era inventions?

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 No.161724

>>161720

I saw the article, something about blacks in classical antiquity. Wikipedia is normally a very good source, but hard to trust when anything is controversial.

Race was a mostly trivial issue in ancient Europe. Almost all of their contacts would have been with Caucasian peoples, and I believe the ones in North Africa and the Levant would have been free of the high incidence of inbreeding that followed centuries after Islam. You really don't learn much about another people unless you are dealing with them as a group, and the occasional black would probably have seemed pretty normal. The most common group of "blacks" ranging through the Levant might have been Ethiopians, a fairly unique group with a high degree of Caucasian ancestry, and who typically look like dark versions of Caucasians.


 No.161730

>>161724

Pretty much this.

An individual black in a white space is not the same as a black in a black space and ancient attitudes or legislation may have hypothetically reflected that.

The great mass of Europeans of the time may have only seen an occasional black or miscellaneous non-white come and go, they'd only have had the sparsest of interactions with them if any unless they were in the military or invested in trade. Given the estimated 5-10% literacy rate of the greco-roman world, the plurality of "Roman Society" may not have even known blacks existed or certainly what they looked like if they did.

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

>They had a small number in Rome itself but were prominent in Rome's African provinces

>Black identity in Antiquity was accompanied by physical characteristics such as African hair, lips and nose.[3] There was no such thing as a black community, unlike today since black people in Rome were largely slave-immigrants or their descendants. That made their demographic in the city small and spread out

Does that really count whether or not there was legislative or cultural racism against blacks as such in the pre-globalized world? There are white adults alive today in the current year + 2 in the United States and Canada who have never seen a black man or woman in person nor interacted with one, so you can imagine what it'd be like for the people of antiquity who would, for lack of telephone, internet or automobile, have largely spent most of their days going about their business working and socializing with the people directly around them.

If race or racism "didn't exist" then it's likely because other races were not perceived to exist in the literal sense until more recently, given that there was always the concept of the foreigner, the barbarian etc. it seems inevitable to me that similar conflicts noPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.161732

>>161713

Mama mia thats-a one-a stupid post!


 No.161735

>>161732

LEAVE HIM ALONE!


 No.161764

>>161732

He's right tho. Rome was about Empire and Roman citizenship, not race.

>>161730

> If race or racism "didn't exist" then it's likely because other races were not perceived to exist in the literal sense until more recently

Yeah, in the link I gave above to that book, they talked about an 18th century author who believed that blacks were a degeneration of whites brought upon by an equatorial climate, and he suggested doing an experiment where you kept a group of blacks in Denmark and wait to see how long until they develop blonde hair and blue eyes.

We don't really know how they thought of race or what it meant. All we have are indicators from a tiny percentage of the literature that managed to survive from that era.




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 No.161696[Reply]

What did she mean by this???

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 No.161722

>@xychelsea

>xy

what dis


 No.161728

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>>161722

transexual idpol, an "XY woman" I think

Here's some twitter fanart of Manning as a catgirl


 No.161729

>>161728

>idpol


 No.161738

>>161728

disturbing


 No.161763

>>161728

I want to jizz all over her(his) catgirl fursona




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 No.161747[Reply]

is FoKy b&?

 No.161749

I don't think so, I think he just got butthurt because he can't spam anymore. That was pretty much his "thing".


 No.161754

good riddance heh


 No.161756

Hell no he isn't banned. I'm wondering where he is too, though. If you recall his last post said his mom was vacuuming the house early in the morning because the family had an undisclosed 'guest' coming over. I'm personally curious if this guest has anything to do with the fact we haven't heard from him for three days or so.


 No.161761

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me celebrating because we got rid of the polish menace




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 No.161757[Reply]

heh

 No.161759

Why is Nick Cage dressed like an orthodox Jew tho


 No.161760

>>161759

I was about to ask myself




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 No.161287[Reply]

Is 4chon A Failed Board?

http://www.smallbepis.zog/news/2017-07-21/balding-eagle

The 4chon state, in true Orwellian style, fights those posters who point out the obvious problems that FoKy is causing.

When Turkish poster Peter Vaseline said in February that Foky was committing a disproportionate amount of spam in the chon, he was investigated for inciting "racial hatred".

Currently, a 30-year-old anime poster is being prosecuted for "floodwavespambump", for writing on 8ch.pl that FoKy "was necro-bumping and spamming".

The security situation in 4chon is now so critical that the national police chief, Not-HDV, has asked the public for help; the admin is unable to solve the problems on his own. In June, 4chon's internet daddy released a new report, "Utsatta områden 2017", ("Vulnerable Areas 2017", commonly known as "no-go zones" or FoKy's threads). It shows that the 55 no-go zones of a year ago are now 61.

4chon increasingly resembles a failed state: In the 61 "FoKy threads", there are 200 criminal narcgaslightingmom post with an estimated 5,000 cuntsib who are members. Twenty-three of those no-go zones are especially critical: post as young as 1 hour old are involved in serious crimes there, including sliding and bumplocking.

The trouble, however, extends beyond organized crime. In June, not-HDV in the city of Trollhättan, during a riot in the Kronogården suburb, was bullied by approximately a hundred masked migrant youths, mainly Polish. The bullying continued for two nights.

Blackmailing, however, is just part of 4chon's security problems. In 2010, according to the government, there were "only" 200 radical spammer in Sweden. In June, the head of the 4chon Security Service (Säpo), Sperglin, told the Swedish media that the country is experiencing a "historical" challenge in having to deal with thousands of "radical spmmaer in 4chon". The spammer and spammer supporter are mainly concentrated in FoKy's threads, according to Säpo. "This is the 'new normal' … It is an historic challenge tPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

 No.161288

heh


 No.161304

sticky


 No.161753

u only fail when u think u fail




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 No.161737[Reply]

Sometimes I wonder if I am a man, or a cat.

I would prefer the latter.

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 No.161743

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>>161743

Stop this nonsense immediately!

I am a proud STRAIGHT h'white man and my resolve is unwavering in the face of even the most subversive of gook cartoons!


 No.161745

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>>161745

also must chip in and remind 4chon that reverse traps are patrician tier


 No.161748

>>161745

Anime traps are love.




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 No.161697[Reply]

u got a problem??? cosult da image pal

 No.161699

>>161697

wow talk about alpha. he just doesnt care


 No.161736

Sexy madar chode.




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 No.161661[Reply]

Micro-targeted digital porn is changing human sexuality

https://aeon.co/essays/micro-targeted-digital-porn-is-changing-human-sexuality

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 No.161666

degenpill me on choking


 No.161667

>>161665

you should have stuck with sapphic erotica fam


 No.161672

>>161666

it's fuggin sexy lad idunno what to pill you on heh.


 No.161725

>Everyone loves watching girls dance on webcams, a representative of xHamster told me, but beyond that every country gets something special. ‘German people don’t like the interracial content,’ the rep says. ‘And the Japanese are extremely patriotic. They have zero interest in other categories but for national Japanese ones.’


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 No.161702[Reply]

Do you think almost everybody winds up in a metaphysical worldview, whether they know it or not?

Our preference to be buried or burnt will always be based on something beyond utility and expense?

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 No.161715

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Does this guy talk about teh archetypes? Worth listening to?


 No.161721

>>161715

le free speech devout is a brainlet dude


 No.161723

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>>161721

>mfw one of my libertarian buddies shows me this guy

Tch…Am I supposed to be impressed?


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>>161721

>mfw lolbergspergchodebrainleTs draping themselves in Christianity to reinforce revolutionary humanist nonsense

>mfw lolbergspergchodebrainleTs cream their lederhosen over the same tripe bible cargo cult crap capitalist jesters like Zizek have fed to low-information leftoids for decades


 No.161733

>>161727

zizek is a craptalist jester?




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 No.161495[Reply]

"Thor: Ragnarok" Official Trailer

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ue80QwXMRHg

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 No.161504

>machine guns

what in the fuck lmoa


 No.161506

>>161501

Attractive black women are too REAL to become actresses


 No.161511

>thor with short hair

dropped


 No.161513

hollywood capeshit


 No.161731

>>161501

Hulk is green mate




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 No.161273[Reply]

The Unabridged Story Of The Biggest Drug Bust In The History Of Darknet

Where there is demand, there will be supply. Unfortunately for us, the age old economic saying holds true even in the case of the international drug market, which continues only to thrive and prosper despite repeated attacks in the hands of law enforcement. Launched in February 2011, Silk Road became the first global marketplace for darknet users interested in the purchase of narcotics, stolen credit cards, malware and other illicit goods. For three years the site grew and prospered, profiting exorbitantly from the unending demand for illicit goods and services, until being shut down by the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation in October 2013.

This was considered a gigantic victory for law enforcement, putting behind bars the perpetrator of a million-dollar illicit drug trade on the deep web. For a while, it even seemed that the online market for illegal goods and services might have suffered a serious blow. However, as it is always with things like this, life went on and demands continued, and it was only a matter of time before a different marketplace, one with upgraded security precautions and an even more menacing assortment of illegal goods, sprung forth in its place. That marketplace was AlphaBay.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/haroldstark/2017/07/22/the-unabridged-story-of-the-biggest-drug-bust-in-the-history-of-darknet/#4e10073307d0

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 No.161634

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>>161633

>It's like, lets say smiley wants to livestream himself cutting again, so I send him a knife to do it and a letter detailing the fantastic astral adventure he'll get after he kills himself. It's enabling self destructive behavior.

The problem with your analogy is that you are encouraging him merely out of malice. Drug dealers aren't normally being malicious in this regard other than in cases where they people started on drugs, but that doesn't apply to online they are simply providing something for payment. That doesn't mean that heroin dealers are the nicest people, but I bet if you owned a liquor store, you would still sell to alcoholics.


 No.161687

>>161633

I don't agree that anyone who uses drugs is an addict or that drugs are inherently destructive like a weapon. I also disagree with you characterizing any substance use as "substance abuse". It's just way too reductive.


 No.161694

>>161687

Fuck the middle ground LC, you know what this is about

A box cutter or a bottle of vodka or an ounce of weed, it is not the seller's job to mind read someone's intentions via tcp/ip


 No.161695

>>161687

I feel that chemically addictive substances that potentially ensnare anyone whom uses them (contrast with psychologically addictive substances which vary from individual to individual) are at least a little inherently destructive, legal or not, imho.

>"I spend $4,000 on cigarettes a year despite the fact I have almost no spending money whatsoever because uh…they help me relax bro lmao"

>"It's perfectly normal for me to break into my grandma's house and steal her purse for the $17 in quarters and the no less than 4 Werther's Originals® caramel candies therein. As a frequent user of black tar heroin I am in complete control of my mental state right now but I JUST FUCKING" *entropy ensures*


 No.161698

>>161694

Well, there is a gulf between legality and morality. There are things that should be legal that many of us would not feel comfortable with.

If I had a half million to invest in a business and someone came to me with an idea for a cigarette store setup on a state border so that smokers can take advantage of better taxes, I'd rather not be involved in something like that, even though it's perfectly legal.

I'd much rather have a strip club.




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 No.161646[Reply]

8 were found dead inside a truck at a Texas Walmart — a ‘horrific’ case of suspected smuggling

SAN ANTONIO — Outside a Walmart in San Antonio early Sunday morning, authorities said, they discovered a sweltering tractor-trailer with dozens of people inside — eight of them dead and many more expected to have brain damage from severe heat.

“They discovered an alien smuggling venture gone horribly wrong. Eight immigrants were found dead,” Richard L. Durbin Jr., the U.S. attorney for the Western District of Texas, wrote in a statement released by federal immigration authorities on Sunday morning. “All were victims of ruthless human smugglers indifferent to the well-being of their fragile cargo.”

Police Chief William McManus did not go quite so far when he spoke to reporters before dawn. But he said his homicide detective would work with federal immigration authorities to determine “the origin of this horrific tragedy.”

The truck had no working air conditioning or signs of water as it sat in the Walmart parking lot off Interstate 35 in south San Antonio, about 2½ hours from the border with Mexico, authorities said.

Surveillance footage recorded vehicles pulling up to the truck on Saturday night, taking people from the trailer and driving away, McManus said.

But at least 38 people remained locked inside, Fire Chief Charles Hood told reporters, their hearts beating rapidly and their temperatures spiking — unless they had already died.

At some point, somehow, one of the passengers got out of the trailer and asked a Walmart employee for water.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-nation/wp/2017/07/23/texas-tragedy-8-dead-including-children-found-locked-in-hot-truck-in-suspected-smuggling-case/

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 No.161688

>immigrants

The media went from illegal immigrants to undocumented immigrants to just "immigrants".

Why?


 No.161690

>>161688

>borders

>real

heh


 No.161691

>>161688

m8 its washington compost


 No.161692

>>161688

Maybe they just didn't want to bring attention to that out of some kind of muddled attempt at politeness or something. The fact they were sneaking into the country is apparent from the cause of death, but maybe they didn't want to emphasize that given the context of the article. It would be interesting if that does turn out to be the new standard, though.


 No.161693

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>>161692

I agree. Even if you are really opposed to illegal immigrants flooding the border states, this was a horrible way to die. Mexican illegals aren't like ISIS, they're not coming here maliciously, it's just that overall they unintentionally lower the quality of life for the rest of us.

>>161688

>The media went from illegal immigrants to undocumented immigrants to just "immigrants".

Personally, I almost like that, because a big conservative talking point is the "law and order" approach where legal immigration is fine, but illegal immigration is by its nature toxic. I guess when Melania violated her visa, that was an outrage, but the Congolese and Somalian refugees that are here legally are just great.

Pictured: a non-American who would be a social menace if she were here illegally.




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 No.161596[Reply]

>Donald Trump’s Justice Department revived a federal program on Wednesday that gives state and local law enforcement more power to seize property from people who haven’t been charged, let alone convicted, of a crime.

>The practice — known as “civil asset forfeiture” — became widespread as part of the drug crackdown in the 1980s, after Congress passed a law in 1984 that allowed the Department of Justice to keep the property it seized. At the time, forfeiture was billed as a way to undermine the resources of large criminal enterprises, but law enforcement saw it as a way to underwrite their budgets, and have overwhelmingly gone after people without the means to challenge the seizures in court.

>The practice has become so widespread that in 2014, law enforcement officers took more property from American citizens than all home and office burglaries combined.

https://theintercept.com/2017/07/20/jeff-sessions-wants-to-make-legalized-theft-great-again/

Are You Tired of Winning Yet?

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 No.161627

This is why people say America is a third world country. Do your cops demand bribes at traffic stops too?

smh


 No.161628

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>>161627

f*ck da cops sheeeeit


 No.161639

>property

>real

heh


 No.161670

>>161639

how can property be real if money isn't real?


 No.161689

>>The practice has become so widespread that in 2014, law enforcement officers took more property from American citizens than all home and office burglaries combined.

That's startling. I've heard of cases of elderly people carrying large amounts of cash and having the police seize it after pulling them over. It's nearly impossible to get it back..




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