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Anonymous 02/10/2018 (Sat) 11:26:18 [Preview] No. 15250 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Animublyadsky WebM-thread
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Anonymous 02/20/2018 (Tue) 11:07:32 [Preview] No.15458 del
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Anonymous 02/19/2018 (Mon) 00:13:39 [Preview] No.15437 del
You're entitled to your own opinions (based on facts), but not your own facts. It's a fact that if Christ's resurrection did not happen then Christianity is false. It is the basis of the religion, and supposedly had to happen to save us from hell.

It's a fact that there is no evidence it occurred and there is tons of evidence that the bible is bullshit just like any other religion with their own "bibles" like Buddhism or Islam. It's most likely that Christianity is false, and we can treat that as a fact just like how the theory of gravity or evolution appears to be a fact even if you claim it isn't proven. 99.999999 percent probability is enough to act upon what is most plausible.

Anonymous 02/19/2018 (Mon) 03:52:38 [Preview] No.15439 del
I'm really on the sideline in this debate, I'm looking at it from an unbiased perspective. Sorry, but I don't want to live under old USSR standards of faith discrimination as I am older and have learned exactly what that leads to. I take a logical approach "live and let live." As long as people are not hurting one another let bygones be bygones.

People are entitled to their own opinions whether they be based on facts or not. Just because you hold hostility against Christians does not mean they should be banned from their beliefs (whether true or false). And I hardly doubt you have any proof that Christ's resurrection did not happen. If you did, so would others and thus the debate would be over by now. Even the most brilliant scientists will admit they cannot prove God does not exist. No human can, thats why faith exists in the first place, we are not handed proof, we either choose to believe or choose not to believe. And until we all die we won't ever find that out.

If there is one thing science cannot prove its what happens to "us" ("us" as in our energy fields / mindsets / souls) after we die. It has always been and likely will always remain a mystery for human kind.

Anonymous 02/19/2018 (Mon) 15:55:13 [Preview] No.15450 del
>It is the basis of the religion
No it's not, you just took the definition of "religion" from some fundamentalist self-identifying as such instead of anthropologic study. On faith that this anti-science way to identify things is accurate, and now you lie that you didn't need faith to make that claim. You're a dangerous lunatic who tries to muddle the limit between faith and knowledge and actually cause people to think their faith is actually a form of knowledge, because you present your faith as a form of knowledge like an idiot every time you fail to be autistically accurate about something, and you often do: case in point right here.

Religions form because morons like you exist, and mostly what they do is contain your shit so you're sometimes harmless, but no organization is perfect and when a religion fails they're the ones who take the blame you're dishing out without seeing any of the irony. Without bibles to spread the knowledge of how to read with they would form around anything, god or no god. I know you pretty much had to be forced to learn how to read.

Anonymous 02/20/2018 (Tue) 08:38:33 [Preview] No.15456 del
I am losing interest in this discussion. You are a religiohs zealot and do not realize faith will never be anything except deciding to believe without evidence. Why? Because either it makes you feel good or you're afraid of being wrong and maybe being sent to hell for not believing. The idea of hell is immoral, and Christianity leads to many immoral beliefs because it's untrue. I have expressed this before, and if you read God is not Great by Hitchens you would have plenty of evidence that religion has been more bad than good throughout history, and it will likely remain that way in the future. I have said all of this before

If you cannot accept that faith is bad, of that religious people would not need faith if there was the evidence that we expect for other things, then I am done arguing with you. I have laid out clearly why you are wrong. I was a Christian before who read the bible repeatedly, until I learned why the thoughts I had to defend the religion were built only on fallacies and the Dunning-kruger effect.

Anonymous 02/20/2018 (Tue) 17:41:52 [Preview] No.15463 del
Which one of us is a "religious zealot" exactly?

I was this anon: >>15439

>If you cannot accept that faith is bad
Faith itself is not "bad"... religious extremism is what is bad (whether that be radical Christians trying to bomb abortion clinics or radical Muslims trying to commit "jihad" against the "infidels"). And I am not arguing about whether or not there is a God. I am simply arguing against religious discrimination (which has lead to just as much evil as religious extremism!) You don't have to be religious to be an extremist either. There are many forms of extremism, some who wish to discriminate against political groups, or social minority groups, or even religious groups. Stalin and Hitler were two who practiced religious discrimination. Many Chinese dictators of the past did as well. It ended up in roundups and mass persecutions.

I'm not arguing whether you are right or wrong about God. I'm simply arguing for freedom to practice what one believes to be true, unless of-course it involves any form of discrimination or radicalization.

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Anonymous 02/01/2018 (Thu) 23:23:49 [Preview] No. 15068 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
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Anonymous 02/03/2018 (Sat) 01:41:43 [Preview] No.15095 del
Dats Goguryeo

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Anonymous 02/20/2018 (Tue) 09:40:45 [Preview] No.15457 del
is that cat okay?

I was just having some fun.

Anonymous 02/20/2018 (Tue) 13:53:11 [Preview] No.15461 del
Yakushima is fucking nice in every photo I've ever seen. I have to go there someday, I always forget about it until I see the photos and then I wonder, holy shit how do I keep forgetting about Yakushima?

Anonymous 02/01/2018 (Thu) 10:54:31 [Preview] No.15043 del

Striped pantsu gives a perception of depth to the butt

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'No way to prevent this says only country where this regularly happens Anonymous 02/17/2018 (Sat) 03:14:04 [Preview] No. 15389 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
PARKLAND, FL—In the hours following a violent rampage in Florida in which a lone attacker killed 17 individuals and seriously injured over a dozen others, citizens living in the only country where this kind of mass killing routinely occurs reportedly concluded Wednesday that there was no way to prevent the massacre from taking place. “This was a terrible tragedy, but sometimes these things just happen and there’s nothing anyone can do to stop them,” said Indiana resident Harold Turner, echoing sentiments expressed by tens of millions of individuals who reside in a nation where over half of the world’s deadliest mass shootings have occurred in the past 50 years and whose citizens are 20 times more likely to die of gun violence than those of other developed nations. “It’s a shame, but what can we do? There really wasn’t anything that was going to keep this individual from snapping and killing a lot of people if that’s what they really wanted.” At press time, residents of the only economically advanced nation in the world where roughly two mass shootings have occurred every month for the past eight years were referring to themselves and their situation as “helpless.”
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Anonymous 02/19/2018 (Mon) 08:53:34 [Preview] No.15444 del
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In this most recent case that first thing doesn't apply. That was his gun, he owned it, and apparently the people sheltering him for the time had his gun locked in a cabinet and they don't know how he accessed it apparently because he was the only one with a key.
I didn't know that about SSRI's.
My high school had an armed local police officer on site throughout the school day and this was way before Sandy Hook. Funny story is I had to my old high school a few days after Sandy Hook to give an old teacher a letter asking if he'd write me a letter of recommendation and I step in the main entrance and I was getting hard stares encased from the women behind hopefully bullet proof glass.
I'm like hey I'm here to ask if Mr. soandso would give me a letter of recommendation
lol, like I get the severity of it and if you work or go to school when something like this happens you're probably on edge for a short while about it, but c'mon.
I'm much more inclined to say not cut across a yard with a no trespassing in some rural area than in some upscale neighborhood on the west coast.
But what really is crazy in this day and age? shooting a trespasser or bitching to your homeowner's association about it?

Anonymous 02/19/2018 (Mon) 09:01:10 [Preview] No.15445 del
>because he was the only one with a key.
they were the only ones with a key

Anonymous 02/20/2018 (Tue) 01:26:32 [Preview] No.15451 del
One or two armed officers is not enough for an entire school. Either the school hires a couple dozen armed guards to walk the halls all day or they should allow teachers to be armed who can shoot back at a murderer.

And having metal detectors would not be a bad idea. Let the teachers / guards go through a secured back entrance around the building and install metal detectors wherever the students enter the building. Sure, it may inconvenience a lot of students, but quite frankly it is a much better and safer idea then trying to ignite a civil war over nation wide gun confiscation (which read very carefully: attempted confiscation will not happen without awful consequences and civil disorder). [The feds war gamed this scenario and 9 times out of 10 they concluded they'd lose if an armed American public rose up against them. They even mentioned that much of the US military would side with the American public rather than the feds if it came down to a civil war over gun confiscation. Liberals simply do not know the dangers they would be getting themselves into.]

So either the feds and politicians start thinking logically about these so-called 'gun-free zones' or this kind of bullshit is going to keep happening.

Anonymous 02/20/2018 (Tue) 01:40:30 [Preview] No.15452 del
>I didn't know that about SSRI's.

Here is a list of a bunch of shooters that were all prescribed SSRI (serotonin reuptake inhibitor) drugs: https://archive.fo/bopzk

These drugs are known (even having label warnings) to cause suicidal and hostile behavior with users. They re-wire your brain and dope down certain parts where emotional thoughts occur. It is supposedly to help stress and depression. In reality, these drugs can cause people to go insane and are very dangerous. Why are they not banned in the US? Because Big Pharma makes BIG $$$$$$$$$$ off SSRIs.

Anonymous 02/20/2018 (Tue) 05:56:50 [Preview] No.15453 del
>or they should allow teachers to be armed who can shoot back at a murderer

What if the teacher is insane and holds her class hostage, shoots 30 of them, and then sets fire to the classroom nextdoor? There is no safeguard for the teacher, and you may make the problem worse.

Anonymous 02/05/2018 (Mon) 06:39:09 [Preview] No. 15160 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Found these images on 8chan's /x/ board. Someone explain?
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Anonymous 02/05/2018 (Mon) 12:23:35 [Preview] No.15172 del
These clowns might have implanted their cult in pizzagate research or they may be connected to very high level illuminati. Notice the mMaltese cross the templar cross. they either really recoverd this photo from the wikileaks attached photos through stegonography. It was a whole to-do with uploading very digitized versions like a photo that the file is corrupt and has orange blocks and shit. Then they got this crystal clear photo. The templars are connected therefore to pizzagate. Because this photo is from 4chan where they uncovered this photo from an attatchment in a wikileaks email.

Also kek sounds like something they where writing like bot posts. They would use "top kek" often because like "my sides are in orbit" it gets everyone fired up. You would see the top gun hat replaced with top kek. People got keyed up when they saw a top kek as a reply. So these jokers think that we are stupid animals and clearly that is the genisis of kek. Some automated chan takeover. then they used the media to fuel us. The cultists in the sex kid art scene the celebrities. The liberals the dreamers they go "awww" because they are compromised but they can use their status as actors much like crisis actors to try and pick up steam with the left. The entire narrative is directed at us and we represent more than one voice because they used bots. We are in control not them and it might take some good old lulz to fuck these people out of what they stole from us. This is our fucking memes. This is our fucking chans. Masons are not anonymous. They are literal mask-fags but somehow worse.

But wait we have to play around with the media and try and convey racism in a easily digestible format like milo. No we have to simply expose what they have done. They are the "russians". Now the media will not say freemasonry if you said freemasonry on the daily show and then an herod. They will say you raved about a NWO conspiracy and then an herod. So we must leverage their inability to address freemasonry with their child murder and insist that anyone who will not explicitly mention freemasonry is doing so to torture children in the newsrooms they are molesting boys in the news studios off camera. They are literally doing that so its not lying. The kkk is literally masonic. We are being framed as stormfags by masons.

Anonymous 02/06/2018 (Tue) 04:02:15 [Preview] No.15177 del
Are /pol/tards really this dumb? I used to shitpost on meguca for the lulz and had the name "ponyfag", sent the fuckers mad. They want me to believe that they used fucking discord of all of the websites and are plotting to bring reddit users to 8chan?

Anonymous 02/06/2018 (Tue) 04:09:39 [Preview] No.15178 del
are you the BO of /horror/?

Anonymous 02/06/2018 (Tue) 04:10:52 [Preview] No.15179 del
sorry, disregard, you answered it in the post I replied to .

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Anonymous 02/19/2018 (Mon) 06:53:04 [Preview] No. 15442 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
message is mandatory

Anonymous 02/18/2018 (Sun) 14:26:32 [Preview] No. 15432 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Australia is boring....thousands of miles of nothing to look at.

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This is Africa. Africa has the same colored deserts, but at least Africa has some varied geological features.

Anonymous 02/18/2018 (Sun) 15:28:17 [Preview] No.15435 del
tf u on about wanker

Anonymous 02/19/2018 (Mon) 00:26:12 [Preview] No.15438 del
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Roos are stupid.

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DO it! Anonymous 12/21/2017 (Thu) 04:22:34 [Preview] No. 14334 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Im like really bored so like send my college address legit anything you want! Hell send me gorilla shit for all I care! PS Ive already gotten sum pretty weird shit!
Kurt Bruggeman
1175 Lincoln Dr N
DeKalb, IL 60115
New Hall West 109B1
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Anonymous 12/28/2017 (Thu) 12:17:45 [Preview] No.14402 del
Post things you get, OP

Anonymous 12/29/2017 (Fri) 18:51:53 [Preview] No.14405 del
If I didn't live with my family, I'd like to get dildos. But living with a dozen family members, I'd never be able to use them. And my room doesn't have a lock on the door so I could never masturbate in peace with them, I can only do so at night when everyone is sleeping or at least think I'm sleeping...

Anonymous 12/31/2017 (Sun) 03:56:32 [Preview] No.14414 del
Do you happen to be a female by any chance?

Anonymous 01/09/2018 (Tue) 08:59:21 [Preview] No.14507 del
I really did send a book without a return address. I'm curious if it was received. Would you tell all what the title was of the book I sent?

Anonymous 02/18/2018 (Sun) 11:06:13 [Preview] No.15430 del
The most anti-climatic part is OP never came back.

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Anonymous 02/13/2018 (Tue) 19:40:57 [Preview] No. 15341 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
What should be done about the mentally ill?
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Anonymous 02/17/2018 (Sat) 01:41:40 [Preview] No.15387 del
let them selfdestruct

Anonymous 02/17/2018 (Sat) 09:16:44 [Preview] No.15394 del
The FBI decided to do just that even though they KNEW he was planning to shoot up the school. Just more proof our so-called "justice system" is absolutely rotten corrosive cancerous corrupted third world garbage. Look how that turned out.

In any decent civilized society, the agency (such as the FBI) would have interrogated him and made sure he didn't have the means to carry out those murders. They would have filed a court complaint to have him tracked with GPS or something for public safety concerns. But I guess their witch hunts against a duly elected president matter more than the American publics' safety.

I expect this from a third world nation though, I'm getting fairly used to it. *sigh*

Anonymous 02/17/2018 (Sat) 14:14:57 [Preview] No.15423 del
>It was the constitution that granted us individual freedoms
Only the individual can grant themselves individual freedom, if you believe text on paper is the leading factor in your individual freedom then you aren't free because without that individually-freeing piece of paper, it seems you believe that you wouldn't be free. If you rely on that piece of paper to hold your freedom, then doesn't that make you a slave to the piece of paper? All dogma is enslaving.

>this country
I'm not American, so perhaps my lack of faith in the constitution is guided by that, though I like to believe I look into it deeper than that.

>Criminals will kill when they want to, with or without guns
We agree on gun control.

>when the FBI actually does detect a psycho
I'm pretty sure the FBI is well-aware of the psychos, but I feel like they'd rather keep them at arm's length until some cover-up is necessary. I'm sure if we looked deep enough into this shooting, we'd find ties to some kind of conspiracy; my intuition has been spiking off at it recently, whether it be a cover-up, or simply an organised example, I think the government has more interest in taking power from the people than it does in protecting them.

We live in a dystopian society and nobody seems to notice or care, it's fucking terrible.

Anonymous 02/17/2018 (Sat) 15:40:19 [Preview] No.15424 del
I agree with a lot of what you said. However our constitution (at least in the US) is looked at in each court case. Yes a lot of it was gutted over the last 200+ years, but compare that to other nations we still have it pretty good (overall). More depending where you live, some places are better than others, and some states are complete SHIT to live in.

However... if your not an American then why are YOU telling us we need to change our constitution? We leave that up to the Supreme Court today, if they say something needs to change it does depending on the issue. And any president we elect gets to decide replacements for a SCOTUS judge if there happens to be a judge leaving. So it shifts from left to right to left to right over the years balancing things out over time.

Anonymous 02/18/2018 (Sun) 06:10:43 [Preview] No.15428 del
I suppose I can see your point. While the Constitution is still - in my eyes - a dogmatic, slave paper, it's not as if the rest of this country is free from slavery anyway; it's the best form of slavery this planet has until the next ideological revolution comes to provide a better world.

>why are YOU telling us we need to change our constitution
I don't want you to change your constitution, I want there to be a better world than what's already presented.

>We leave that up to the Supreme Court
I don't trust any Supreme Court to prioritise the nation over themselves; being in the Supreme Court would make you feel beyond the responsibilities of those in the Supreme Court.

The void gazes into you and all that.

>any president we elect
Elections are heavily controlled, and most of the candidates are all tied together as friends anyway in one way or another.

>left to right to left to right
Left vs Right politics is used to make people feel like they have the ability to change. I understand where you're coming from when you talk about your theory of balancing out, I usually saw it as a pendulum though; same concept nevertheless.