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new news thread Bernd 11/24/2020 (Tue) 22:46:50 [Preview] No. 41160
Since the other one is autosäging.
Here's the link to the reply of Turkbernd to Brbernd: >>41154

In other news:
>20th Enlarged Meeting of Political Bureau of 7th Central Committee of WPK Held
...in North Korea - says Rodong Sinmun.
>The Chinese mainland reported 20 new imported COVID-19 cases Monday, bringing the total number of imported cases to 3,804.
- says China Daily
>the number of covid cases increased only with 6000 since March in China
- says CCP
Wow, this might mean about the half of the new cases are imported.
>Russian vaccine is very good
- says Russia
>won't give moneyz to Hungary because nazi
- says EU
>we will veto
- says Orbán
>we don't care
- says EU

Bernd 11/25/2020 (Wed) 11:57:06 [Preview] No.41164 del
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You Eurofags have much more fun fake news than our right wing radio hosts or cable news.

Bernd 11/25/2020 (Wed) 17:42:00 [Preview] No.41168 del
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RIP Madonna. Messi won't let you down no more.

Bernd 11/25/2020 (Wed) 17:43:35 [Preview] No.41169 del
Fugg. Rest in peace sweet prince.

Bernd 11/26/2020 (Thu) 12:49:28 [Preview] No.41180 del
Was there ever an elite football talent from India?
asking for sum fwends

Bernd 11/26/2020 (Thu) 17:07:11 [Preview] No.41181 del
Highly doubt it.
cric on the other hand

Bernd 11/26/2020 (Thu) 18:30:17 [Preview] No.41184 del
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news from Austria-Hungary and reposted here for archiving purposes:
Fucking will change its name to Fugging.

austrian state tv source

Bernd 11/26/2020 (Thu) 19:03:04 [Preview] No.41185 del
Heh. Would be funny to make a spurdo sticker and slap on their new city limit sign next year. Make a couple of photos.
Btw photos, I thought I have a photo of the sign. I didn't. So I duckduckwent quickly "village named fucking". I should have expected.

Bernd 11/27/2020 (Fri) 00:53:33 [Preview] No.41189 del
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>Would be funny to make a spurdo sticker and slap on their new city limit sign next year. Make a couple of photos.


You know what to do bernd although you might get in trouble. So I say this only in joges

Bernd 11/27/2020 (Fri) 02:24:06 [Preview] No.41202 del
World famous footballer Diego Maradona is dead. R.I.P

Bernd 11/27/2020 (Fri) 17:36:23 [Preview] No.41209 del

Bernd 11/28/2020 (Sat) 16:30:56 [Preview] No.41219 del
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I'm researching Indian football since this >>41180 question made me curious.
The fact that the current Indian national team does not include a player who plays for any notable team (basically they play only for Indian teams) tells a lot. I'd assume it's relatively easy to get into British leagues from there, procedure/bureaucracy wise, which means they basically not good enough.
Checked some result of their national team, they got beaten by North Korea couple years back. Not very shiny. Teams which qualify for World Cups, such as Japan, beat them bad normally. I would say their football is worse than Hungary's.
Judging by the tone of Wikipedia articles they are optimistic about their football however, sometimes calling their top players on various colorful names, liek "Sikkimese Sniper".

Now players of Indian origin, born in Europe, seems to perform all right. Sometimes. They even called up for European national teams (found France and Norway). They can be found in the rosters or top teams like Feyenoord, Ajax, and Premier League clubs. Tho haven't noticed any of them presented something exceptional.

Picrel current captain of their national team (Captain Fantastic). Wikipee says he can boast with the fact he scored the second most goals on international fixtures (among active players), after Christiano Ronaldo.

Bernd 11/29/2020 (Sun) 14:20:42 [Preview] No.41226 del
> I would say their football is worse than Hungary
yu paki budy?

Bernd 11/30/2020 (Mon) 09:36:41 [Preview] No.41236 del
China made a meme about us and it seems we did not take it well. I can't find the uncensored version either.

Bernd 11/30/2020 (Mon) 16:46:00 [Preview] No.41237 del
At first I thought that Australian man is doing something with the goat..., that would be nice way of using certain stereotypes. But no. On closer inspection, I saw the kid.

Bernd 11/30/2020 (Mon) 20:54:17 [Preview] No.41239 del
Something is brewing in France, can be a nothingburger or just a preparation for the next presidential election (they are about the half time to that, it comes in 2022). A draft of a new law package was leaked, it's aligned with the declared intention of Macron and the French government to force secularism onto the Muslim citizens of France.
It is ofc a step that has to be taken (since they have to react with something, they can't just walk by of these) after the recent attacks in France, the beheading of the teacher, and the knife attack in Nice.
The article presents basically one point of these laws, namely to teach children about the democratic values of France, and taking away the formation of the narrative from Muslim educational institutions. This means the ban of homeschooling, registration of the students of private schools, and the supervision of those schools by closing down unaccredited ones. Furthermore it might forces everyone else (native the French population) to stop homeschooling their kids. The article mentions special exceptions and not sure how prominent this kind of education in France.
The article doesn't really talk about the other parts of this proposition. But I found more in a Hungarian article.
They would have also regulated the curriculum of the higher education, they want to steer from the wind blowing from America which preach about systemic racism and Islamophobia, because it undermines the usual French view of secularism regardless of race or religion. In the end it seems they'll leave this out, however they will ban assembles intending to disturb of peace and order of the institutions. No more lynching of teachers, they wish.
A third law would introduce censorship with the ban of sharing nasheeds over social media, plus banning live broadcast/narrowcast of demonstrations (and how police beats up demonstrators). In parallel they would enable the police to use drones in the monitoring of public spaces and live feed from police bodycams (not to the public ofc).

Managed to get into Hungarian news too.

Bernd 12/01/2020 (Tue) 11:08:17 [Preview] No.41245 del
Funny how the intended replacement for islam is not christianity, or judaism, or shintoism, or even atheism but """democracy""" lel
>taking away the formation of the narrative from Muslim educational institutions
And parents. Indeed, control of the children's mind is prerogative of the democratic state. Nothing new, this would simply bring muslims in line with the rest of goyim.
>want to steer from the wind blowing from America
>In the end it seems they'll leave this out
Ohh, too bad. Better luck next time, fellow frogs.
>however they will ban assembles
Sweet. Much better now

Bernd 12/01/2020 (Tue) 11:09:52 [Preview] No.41246 del
shitposting diplomacy
i like it

Bernd 12/01/2020 (Tue) 16:11:50 [Preview] No.41248 del
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Cube assassinates another prominent iranian in his own land: Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, scientist allegedly involved in nuclear energy research.

Bernd 12/01/2020 (Tue) 18:45:10 [Preview] No.41252 del
The basis of their reasoning is that Christianity is already banished from the decision making process of the state (they can participate as lobbyists ofc) basically in all Christian countries. Secular state means this, the division of government and religion. Religion is a private matter not a public.
However in the countries of Islam rarely this is the case (if at all) and the immigrants bring this mentality with them. I haven't read Koran, but I would bet 10 HUF that according to Islam the state and Islam is inseparable. Luttwak in his book about coups he mentions that in Muslim countries no coupists dare to mess with the church, everyone has to declare their fidelity to Islam.
So the growing numbers of Muslims in Europe will be a problem, and now Macron and co. try to address this by educating/raising them that no church has a place in the politics of the state. It seems to me they try to create their "liberal/moderate Islam" they already preach about a few years now despite it does not exist. Islam is one, although there are groups who try to gain power through it (most notably ISIS, but as far as I know Erdogan also plays that game, just in a softer form). The weak secular Christians can't stop the influence of the Islam, every new child born, every new immigrant arriving it gets stronger and gains more playground. Those who whisper in the ears of the imams can control what the masses think, and as long as not the French government is the whisperer those masses are potential source of terrorism (although I'm not sure this is the right term to use) but more importantly they can exploit them less as voter base.
So all in all I don't think it is just a reaction to make France more safe from Islam inspired attacks, but to secure the new voters, so just daily politics as always.
Also one of the article mentions that the larger part of young Muslims does not care about the role of Islam in politics, but growing number of youth turns to radical ideas and fundamentalism.

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They refuse to apologise and they keep doing it!!!!

Bernd 12/02/2020 (Wed) 06:33:48 [Preview] No.41271 del
I doubt myself that "nuclear" energy exists (and nukes) but thats another topic

Bernd 12/02/2020 (Wed) 09:58:25 [Preview] No.41273 del
Anti-gay Hungarian politician József Szájer resigns after being caught attending 25-man orgy in breach of COVID-19 rules


Bernd 12/02/2020 (Wed) 15:03:44 [Preview] No.41275 del
>Secular state means this, the division of government and religion.
Nothing to do with state structure. France doesn't need to excise islam from its system of government and that's not the topic at hand. The topic is quite simply maintaining control over the effectively dominant ideology among the pleb. As usual this will be done by exploiting the monopoly over """education""" and other channels of public opinion formation. In the case of muslims the monopoly status is currently partially challenged. Something which they apparently intend to "fix".
>Religion is a private matter not a public.
Religion is absolutely a public matter lol. Let's paraphrase: you might not care about $religion but $religion certainly cares about you. Religion does not stop at faith and supernatural experience. It has always been a public power centre because it can influence masses, well perhaps with exception of the absolutely fake and gay western christianity of current times.
Yeah, I get that you just wanted to support the previous "secular state" comment, but at best you just repeated it.
>Islam is one, although there are groups who try to gain power through it
Another group that tries to gain power through it: muslims. Islam is a challenger in many respects to the state-sanctioned liberal-judeo-homo-democratic "religion" in france and those sandniggers who haven't swallowed the poz will want to leverage it for their common interest. The "faithful" are not all useful idiots acting as mere pawns for external puppetmasters.

Bernd 12/02/2020 (Wed) 15:33:40 [Preview] No.41276 del
How likely you think is that you are living a "Truman show"?
Hopefully they had women too

Bernd 12/02/2020 (Wed) 18:59:21 [Preview] No.41281 del
They guess it's working.

>Hopefully they had women too
Not sure. Originally the article of the Belgian newspaper said "mostly men", since then I saw foreign articles like this >>41273 one saying in the title "gay orgy", trying to underline the contrast between the recent law that passed banning gay marriages (or whatever). Hungarian sites talk about his drug possession and use.

I wrote what they think, what they base their reasoning, how they justify the new laws coming.
>Religion is absolutely a public matter lol.
What you do in your bedroom too. But not how it is treated, not how current political theory views the matter, not what the masses think. The political reality of the now is that religion is a private matter. It's noone's business what religion you follow which church you subscribe to. When they collecting data with census, you can deny the answer to the question about your religion. Constitutions typically guarantee the freedom of religion. Because it is considered as private matter, it is treated as private matter. Very few non-Muslim country has a state religion due to this.

Bernd 12/02/2020 (Wed) 19:00:28 [Preview] No.41282 del
Hmm. I referred to the the wrong post with my second reply. But it's easy to find with the quote ofc.

Bernd 12/03/2020 (Thu) 03:26:42 [Preview] No.41291 del
>the ban of sharing nasheeds
Oh no

Bernd 12/03/2020 (Thu) 06:39:05 [Preview] No.41293 del
Essentially propaganda combat videos what I thought they are writing but now I'm reading the paragraph in the article again and it might be about videos made by civilians about police. "Gewaltorganisation" is the word. They add that they can share such videos with blurring/censoring out the insignias and details that can be used to ID the person (face, nametag, etc. I think).

Btw, the articles use expressions quoted from the politicians. The politicians talk about creating the "Islam of Enlightenment" or ending "Islamist separatism". Well ofc, you can point out their baloney. I bet there are more article in English (if you are native English speaker) or in any other foreign language (well chiefly in French for sure).

Bernd 12/03/2020 (Thu) 13:31:46 [Preview] No.41295 del
Political news: https://www.newsweek.com/adolf-hitler-germany-namibia-elections-1552056

>Adolf Hitler Wins Election in Namibia, Has No Plans for World Domination

Bernd 12/03/2020 (Thu) 17:09:34 [Preview] No.41298 del
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The production of jokes, memes, image macros is started with great elan.
This scandal however can have political ramifications on the longer run.

And he won with a landslide:
>1,196 vs 213
Breddy gud. Congrats.

Bernd 12/03/2020 (Thu) 17:19:43 [Preview] No.41299 del
Was Szajer man trying to reenact Salo: or 120 days in Sodom?

Bernd 12/03/2020 (Thu) 17:25:39 [Preview] No.41300 del

Bernd 12/03/2020 (Thu) 17:29:03 [Preview] No.41301 del
Very well could be. But he did not try to defend himself with reenactment claims.

Bernd 12/08/2020 (Tue) 19:20:15 [Preview] No.41433 del
>I wrote what they think, what they base their reasoning, how they justify the new laws coming.
Got you.
>What you do in your bedroom too.
No, this is not at all comparable. I guess one could say that "what one does in the bedroom" is a public matter when e.g. one is building a nerve gas bomb in his bedroom. In such case it is the "public" (or those purporting to represent the public) who may have an interest in the "private". But this not at all what I meant. Religion is a public matter primarily because its raison d'etre is influencing, guiding, "helping", "saving" the public. Religion is not a pastime. Notice that I refer to "religion", the institution(s) -the "real" ones, not the fake-and-gay ones-, and not to personal religious practice, which is most of what you allude to.
>Islam of Enlightenment
Yeah I guess they don't really hide it. Should just call it unitarian islam, and merge it with "christianity of enlightnement" as well, because what difference does it make? It's the same universalist "enlightenment" in a slightly different attire. Or maybe "scientific islam". Science is good, who could possibly object lol?

Bernd 12/09/2020 (Wed) 17:33:58 [Preview] No.41452 del
>Religion is a public matter primarily because its raison d'etre is influencing, guiding, "helping", "saving" the public.
Or with other words: the business of religion is morality, which is a public matter.
Sexuality is very much belongs to morality. A large part of who a person is, how they act and behave is influenced by, drive by sexual urges (and the motivating factors behind that). People are motivated to do thins, to be interested in things because they want to find one or more partners to mate with. We can leave our acts behind closed doors, but we can't leave behind a chunk of our personality.
I'm gonna try to paint a picture about how great part sexuality is of who we are and how it influences us via an example. Music and songs. For most people music and songs are undividedly intertwines with sexuality. For them it is part of the mating ritual. They go to clubs to dance to music and find partners. And they have sex while listening to music. And this will influence their preference in music. They don't listen to music just for the music at all. And they'll be horrified if they would hear - let's say - "Rust in Peace... Polaris" by Megadeth, which is about a weapon system and nuclear holocaust. They can't imagine such songs exist. For them songs are about love, tunes are just imitation of the rhythm of sex. They go to classical music concerts because that means high status sex.
Besides homosexuals demand additional rights based on their sexual preference. That is a public matter.

Bernd 12/15/2020 (Tue) 13:27:50 [Preview] No.41603 del
news from eSwatini: their prime minister died, he was tested positive for covid, but no cause of death was mentioned. the article states some fun facts at the end:
>King Mswati III has 15 wives; his predecessor had at least 70
>Has world's highest prevalence rate for HIV/Aids, at 27% of the adult population, according to UNAids

Bernd 12/15/2020 (Tue) 15:57:04 [Preview] No.41606 del
With that many HIV positive, I'd expect more death since it weakens immune system.
>one of the last absolute monarchies in the world.
Habsburgs cry everytiem.
>Former French president Valéry Giscard d'Estaing died of complications from coronavirus this month. India's former president Pranab Mukherjee died 21 days after testing positive in August. The two men were 94 and 84 years old, respectively.
>94 and 84
I bet if this corona had not come they would have lived forever.

Bernd 12/15/2020 (Tue) 17:37:37 [Preview] No.41613 del
I would expect with that many HIV positives, that they have access to widespread and cheap pills to suppress the outbreak of AIDS. still not a good idea to put benis in bagina or angus there.

confirms that majority is on antiretroviral medication and 60% of the hookers have HIV. also notice that the link still uses swaziland.

Bernd 12/15/2020 (Tue) 18:14:35 [Preview] No.41615 del
except aids doesnt exist

Bernd 12/16/2020 (Wed) 23:11:12 [Preview] No.41622 del

cyberpandemic has begun

gmail was down yesterday

Bernd 12/19/2020 (Sat) 07:42:50 [Preview] No.41663 del
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As a result, the Coalition of Communities of Color has formally recognized the Slavic community as a community of color. The experiences of the Slavic community have much solidarity with other communities of color

t. Coalition of Communities of Color (page 7)

Bernd 12/19/2020 (Sat) 07:52:50 [Preview] No.41664 del
Is this faek news?

Bernd 12/19/2020 (Sat) 08:00:50 [Preview] No.41665 del
Poles were already honorary blacks, this was only a matter of time.

Bernd 12/19/2020 (Sat) 08:08:06 [Preview] No.41667 del

Bernd 12/21/2020 (Mon) 14:22:33 [Preview] No.41718 del
>Or with other words: the business of religion is morality, which is a public matter. Sexuality is very much belongs to morality. A large part of who a person is...
Hm. I suppose we are agreeing, at least roughly; although I don't see why you chose that particular direction.
>Besides homosexuals demand additional rights based on their sexual preference. That is a public matter.
Sure. When destructive complexes and diseases like homosexualism -and all the related in-vogue perversions and paraphilias from the west- are being exposed and even promoted to the public it becomes unavoidable to treat it as a public matter, similar to how say tobacco, alcohol, or drugs abuse must be.

Bernd 12/21/2020 (Mon) 14:24:34 [Preview] No.41719 del
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Holy fuck lol
How are you taking your new found chromaticity? Doesn't it feel so warm and cozy to be oppressed? Such inclusive, much equality, kek.
I guess that in the same way we are all "white", we must also be all "wogs". (Well, except for actual white men of course, curse those demon notsees.)
Honestly I can't bring myself to truly believe these things are not written with at least a dose of sarcasm. Well perhaps those days when I'm feeling particularly blackpilled. But not today, today I see this and can only laugh :^) Thankfully I don't have to live next to that people anymore

Bernd 12/22/2020 (Tue) 02:25:27 [Preview] No.41726 del
Well, for a faraway observer like myself it's amusing, and for the recipients of "oppressed" status social benefits can be expected. Not that it realistically means much, merely getting attention from an organization like that won't entitle them to affirmative action.

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>I don't see why you chose that particular direction
Sexuality is a very good sample from the things that treated as private matter, presented as private matter, so a good parallel to religion to show the difference between the public thinking, the "de facto" treatment of things and how ideally should be.
So what Macron and co. says is withing the norms of current public and political thinking - was my original point I think.

Your pic is outdated.

Bernd 12/22/2020 (Tue) 10:27:15 [Preview] No.41729 del
Btw while I don't believe that religion is a private matter, and do think the various Churches has considerable influence in the political process (for example priests can and sometimes do express expectations toward their congregations how they should vote), the Church is not integral part of the process anymore - so hereabout we have secular states - because back then as the First Estate (see: estates of the realm) they had secured places in the legislative bodies, and their highest ranking prelates were part of the governments (the various councils of the monarchs), but now this isn't the case.

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A peacock, called Boris, was stolen, killed and eaten by public workers in a small town on the Hungary. The bird was the pride of a family recently moved to the settlement, and became a local curiosity, an attraction which people visited (even school classes and such) took photos of and with. Could have lived for 50 years, but only got 5.
The perpetrator confessed the crime and got 1 year prison, suspended for 2 years, for theft and animal torture.
The theoretical value of the bird might even equaled with 100 kilos of beef.

Bernd 12/22/2020 (Tue) 20:00:05 [Preview] No.41733 del
Time to request UN aid, famine in Hungary must be at critical levels.

Bernd 12/22/2020 (Tue) 20:39:35 [Preview] No.41736 del
>1 year prison
isnt that a bid hard

Bernd 12/22/2020 (Tue) 20:59:35 [Preview] No.41738 del
Yeah we are in the dire need of some more exotic animals to eat. Maybe some protected species too.

It is actually 2 years suspended prison. Maybe should have wrote just that since I'm far from sure about the correct translation of legal terms generally. Basically for the next two years if he does something illegal and get caught, then he has to sit what he gets for that crime and one year on top of that for this one.
He will do just fine his rap sheet is clean.

Bernd 12/23/2020 (Wed) 10:00:07 [Preview] No.41744 del
>2 years suspended prison
for killing a fucking bird?

Bernd 12/23/2020 (Wed) 17:37:14 [Preview] No.41751 del
For theft and animal torture.
Here are the penalties one can get here:
- warning (I think it can be spoken or written, then the latter is more strict);
- probation (for a certain duration if the perp commits another crime that will be measured more strictly);
- fine;
- public work (without pay) - depending on the amount this can be considered less harsh than paying a fine, sometimes fines can be cleared with public work, or vice versa I think - but one can choose to go to prison instead (one day equals to certain amount of HUF) as well;
- suspended prison;
- prison - this has three levels of harshness (beside the duration) which I can't translate but unrelated our topic anyway.
The perpetrator in this case is a public worker who earns miserable amount of money (less than minimum wage), he has three children, no wife (so it is considered he raises his kid from his wage alone - despite he may have a partner). The judge could have issued public work as a punishment, so he would do the same job without a wage in return, but then how he will feed his kids? Could have issued a fine, but they examined if he can pay back the peacock's value, he was unable to, so he couldn't have settled the fine either. Assuming the judge followed similar logic, he couldn't penalize him with probation, which would be just too light. On top of this the case found it's way to the media, so not just in that little town, but all over Hungary many people got riled up because of this. So I believe the judge then moved to the harsher punishments, and issued the suspended prison, where the minimum amount is a 2 years sentence.
Considering the perp has no criminal record, it's a safe bet that no crime will follow this one. He can continue to work, and earn money, he just has to behave (also he has to report to a "patron", a help helper who talks with him about how he is doing, or what he can change in his life to better it, etc - this maybe once a month). So all in all the judge found a way that satisfied everyone. Well I think at least.

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Despite already in April there were news about several strains and a thousand variation of the corona virus now a panic spreads for a freshly discovered strain in the UK which spreads more quickly (but not as fast as the panic). News sources have sure information that it spreads 70% more quicker. Everyone shut down flights from the UK, and the French closed the traffic at the tunnel.
5000 trucker stuck at Dover waiting to leave the small island, and now a thousand Bri'ish soldiers were deployed there to test everyone.

https://youtube.com/watch?v=t99KH0TR-J4 [Embed]

Bernd 12/25/2020 (Fri) 15:06:42 [Preview] No.41776 del
I wonder why they did that. To fuck with truck drivers? Seems very unnecessary

Bernd 12/25/2020 (Fri) 15:08:41 [Preview] No.41777 del
Nah, frogs just decided noone can enter from UK without screening.

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Earthquake shook Zagreb today. 6,4 on the Richter scale. The quake could be felt up to Budapest.
They got hit by a 4,9 in November, and a 5,3 in March. Wtf is going on there?

Bernd 12/29/2020 (Tue) 19:26:20 [Preview] No.41853 del
revenge for franz ferdinand perhaps

nature works in mysterious ways

Bernd 12/30/2020 (Wed) 07:57:59 [Preview] No.41859 del
That's the Serb. In Bosnia.

Bernd 12/30/2020 (Wed) 21:27:38 [Preview] No.41869 del
I was just musing what the world will do when the next epidemic/pandemic brokes out in China. They always have something. SARS, MERS, FARCE... it's inevitable for a new to arise. Will everyone shut down flights to and from China, like how they do it now with the UK? Will they allow their ships to anchor in their ports? Will they screen everyone who comes out from there? How will the governments justify it when they won't do all this? How will they handle it instead? "Oh we'll just wear mask and be careful"?

Bernd 12/30/2020 (Wed) 23:55:03 [Preview] No.41872 del
Hopefully humanity will get smarter from this incident and manage it better

But I doubt it. I can only predict they'll handle it even worse

Bernd 12/31/2020 (Thu) 03:01:41 [Preview] No.41875 del
there is no "pandemic" since virus are not pathogenic. its just a tool to implement more control over people.

https://youtube.com/watch?v=jb6NRip_qd8 [Embed]

they warn about a bigger "pandemic" ahead. how can they know that?

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Update: from Monday to Thursday over 80 quakes were registered by the Croatian seismologist service, quite a few over magnitude 4. The people are afraid of returning their homes, they try to find alternative places to sleep, from barracks through stadiums to their cars. On 31th many settlements were still lacking in electricity and heating. Nice fugging New Years Eve.
Eppur si muove...

Bernd 01/01/2021 (Fri) 19:12:37 [Preview] No.41886 del
is there alot of earthquakes in that area?

never experienced one here

Bernd 01/01/2021 (Fri) 20:36:22 [Preview] No.41887 del
From the larger quakes in Hungary we are relatively safe, mid strength ones (around 6 like the Croatian) occur about every 50 years. Small ones, below humanly perceivable level, >100 happens a year. I experienced one, was around 3,5 magnitude on the Richter scale.
The quakes here are the results of the collision and movements of African and Eurasian plates. Croatia is toward the south closer to the events, so I guess they got hit a little more frequently in a noticeable way. Besides I read somewhere in the Adria it's Italy which causes troubles as it moves around like a lever or something. I bet Slovborg could talk about this a lot lot.
What's happening in Croatia now is a bit extreme, even tho this 6 is just moderate.

Bernd 01/03/2021 (Sun) 14:36:28 [Preview] No.41910 del
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Fearmongering with the third wave of the pandemic is started here. "If we don't vaccinate as much people as quickly as possible by March, the third wave will start!!!"
This is how will this play out:
1. the "third wave" will inevitable come (even there are no waves it's just like flu seasons)
2. they gonna bitch about people not getting vaccinated and the "enlightened", "smart" people will be mad at the "anti-vaxxers"
3. ???

Bernd 01/03/2021 (Sun) 16:02:22 [Preview] No.41913 del
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Waves are good!

Time to invest speculate dump more shekels into pharma jews?

Bernd 01/03/2021 (Sun) 17:51:53 [Preview] No.41914 del
>dump more shekels into pharma jews?
Well it's a way of pouring money into economy which doesn't look like a handout but actual spending on something which is in demand. Ofc some people will be richer during the process, maybe even slip some of that wealth into a couple of govt. functionaries' pocket.

Btw the article says Hungary needs to inoculate 600-700 thousands of people to make the thing work (and they already registered for it). In a country of 9 million isn't that much.

Bernd 01/04/2021 (Mon) 15:34:40 [Preview] No.41918 del
i've got a little script which does text replacements in the web pages like "doctor"->medic and lockdown->fear & histeria and others, which helps to avoid unhealthy blood pressure peaks
just some days ago i added wave->winter

Bernd 01/05/2021 (Tue) 07:01:25 [Preview] No.41926 del
I don't know if this still goes on but some time ago a Hungarian radio channel had comedy afternoons one day per week (and on New Years Eve comedy night). This practice went back far into the communism, they broadcasted political humour, this was an accord with an official policy on behalf of the government: giving people a valve they can let out the steam with.
They also published books with the collected program they aired, satires, monologues ("stand up comedy"), dialogues, songs and poems, etc., and their writers also published books with their works, these could be new ones, or the ones already aired, or ones that were played in theaters. So I probably read this: it was a short monologue, a presentation about code and decode, what the official news said and how it should be read; it was about that oh we all know what they actually mean, we all understand. Sadly I can't tell examples from this, I simply don't remember.
What the comedian said to the audience was truth in it's core (this is why it was funny). Irl people knew what the communist government meant, like "defending the peace" meant raising military spending, or "for the interest of Hungary" meant the interest of the Soviet Union or the interest of the Party. People had the ear for this by the end.
I think people now miss that decoder in their head, when they read something in the news they really believe it, or they really believe it literally, can't fill the gaps, read between the lines anymore. They can't see that when the man in the suit says: "it's global pandemic" he means: "it's time to give me more money".

Bernd 01/06/2021 (Wed) 20:10:05 [Preview] No.41965 del
>Pro-Trump protesters storm US Capitol
Also check this: >>>/rapport/18800
They could save her whole mailing.

Bernd 01/07/2021 (Thu) 07:12:08 [Preview] No.41968 del
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Four died in the end, one got shot, the others for some medical emergency. Protesters managed to delay the work of the officials.

Look at this vid. That faggot lurking back there with a weapon, at 17-18 sec. For what purpose? Why on earth bring a gun there?
He wasn't the one who shot the woman, but a security guard. Whom look very amateurish (fat flabby scared fucks) on all these videos. I bet one of them got twitchy and fired accidentally. It happened when they barricaded the place and they pulled their weapons.

International media and politicians says it's very troublesome and a shame for democracy.

Bernd 01/07/2021 (Thu) 08:51:52 [Preview] No.41969 del
She tried to climb through the breached door pane. This video has a better angle, apparently she was a 14 year airforce veteran as well. I don't get what they mean 'medical emergencies'.

https://youtube.com/watch?v=AWMpTHLJXbw [Embed]

Bernd 01/07/2021 (Thu) 15:13:33 [Preview] No.41972 del
I wish I heard of this before, thanks! Unfortunately the script I tried (Foxreplace) doesn't always work for some reason. Which one do you use?

Bernd 01/07/2021 (Thu) 15:36:07 [Preview] No.41973 del
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>pro-trump Peaceful Protesters ;)
Supposing this is true and not another CIA psyop these fuckers are only ~6 months too late in getting their asses to the street. Plus the numbers are way too low, they should have put at least 10s or 100 thousand people there, which they easily could considering about half the voters chose Trump. Of course a good fraction of them should have been armed too, also easily done. It makes little sense to try a show of strength unless you ensure you look very strong indeed, otherwise the establishment will just lick their lips, rub their hands, and profit by pointing at you crying "See! I told you so! They really are deplorable unperson bydlos!" and proceed to make an example out of you.
>Why on earth bring a gun there?
>dems presidency with (effectively) control of both houses
>usual libtard antigun reeeeeeing during campaign
<let me flash my gun to the cameras while storming the apparatchiks symbolic power seat
Ok, it's a psyop ;)
>very troublesome and a shame for democracy.
>She tried to climb through the breached door pane.
Hmm. So having bagina doesn't protect against bullets?? Surely the new all-liberal govt and its media allies must do something about this. Can't have police shooting peaceful protesters dead whether they are drug-addict criminal niggas or army veteran women!
Excuse me? What do you mean wrong colour? Illegitimate politics? Huh? What is that, MSM? "She was asking for it"?
>I don't get what they mean 'medical emergencies'
They died of unhealth lel. Maybe they got sudden attack of diabetes, pneumonia, and sepsis.

Bernd 01/07/2021 (Thu) 16:16:42 [Preview] No.41974 del
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>That faggot lurking back there with a weapon, at 17-18 sec. For what purpose? Why on earth bring a gun there?
Actually isn't that a policeman?

Bernd 01/07/2021 (Thu) 16:27:49 [Preview] No.41975 del
Well... erm... isn't that the same thing?

Bernd 01/07/2021 (Thu) 16:46:26 [Preview] No.41976 del
>I don't get what they mean 'medical emergencies'.
Maybe got heart attack, or got trampled, maybe allergic reaction to whatever. I dunno.

>>pro-trump Peaceful Protesters ;)
What is the source of this quote?
>at least 10s or 100 thousand people there, which they easily could considering about half the voters chose Trump.
Nod really. Most voters aren't really active in anything. Plus it's a fair guess most of these people were from DC and nearby. (Ok. The east coast is chokefull of people and for American scales every major city is nearby. So you have a point there, even 200-300 thousand of people isn't that much compared.)
>Of course a good fraction of them should have been armed too,
No. There is no point, they can't coup the US, they can't form their own government, they can't even start a civil war. They can however trigger the death of bunch of people, pointlessly, because even from that nothing would come out of, nothing would change. Accelerationists are braindead idiots.
I know. The press and the statements of the politicians are often hilarious.
>Can't have police shooting peaceful protesters
Actually we really can't have. Commies shot protesters. Law enforcement should be prepared to take down people in non-lethal ways.

Bernd 01/07/2021 (Thu) 18:03:15 [Preview] No.41978 del
Okay, watched it. The secu who shot her definitely wasn't twitchy. He saw her climbing and bam. And there were definitely police (a bunch) on this side of the door. Insane.
I hope he gets the rope or something.

Bernd 01/08/2021 (Fri) 00:44:26 [Preview] No.41980 del
I actually think his actions were justified, it was clearly a tense situation and how would he know what they are planning to do? If they are willing and have the audacity to storm the capitol they could easily do much worse.

Bernd 01/08/2021 (Fri) 10:58:53 [Preview] No.41984 del
Apparently there is going to be a nationwide armed protest on the 17th in the US. I wonder at what point do we move discussion about the US into the Syria thread. Although shootings in the US are hardly unusual anyway.

Also a police officer has died as well from the Capitol incident according to Wikipedia(they actually have a page for it already).

Bernd 01/08/2021 (Fri) 16:08:56 [Preview] No.41986 del
Yeah, maaaaybe he could thought his life is in immediate danger. Not sure how Murrican laws are drafted, when is it justified to use deadly force. But she was climbing through the window, no weapon in her hands (both occupied with the climbing). There were security and police on the other side, noone harmed them. Maybe he wasn't aware, although at the beginning of the footage a bunch of them stood on the side where the woman tried to enter. The barricade is some meters away from him, noone could reach him quick. No sign of weapons - beside what his fellow uniformed peeps carried.
I don't buy it it was justified.
That's a bit of over-dramatization. They pushed their way in.
Besides that is the house of the people, people should be allowed to enter.

>I wonder at what point do we move discussion about the US into the Syria thread.
We'll see on the 18th.

Bernd 01/09/2021 (Sat) 12:39:54 [Preview] No.41991 del
Another video of the incident (murder?). From a different angle.

Bernd 01/09/2021 (Sat) 14:35:37 [Preview] No.41992 del
Well one officer did die and many were injured so his concerns were justified and he did nothing wrong, more of them should have been shot.

It is storming and they should not be allowed to enter, peasants have no place in government. Also how would they ever get any work done if every man and his dog could just waltz into the chambers?

Bernd 01/11/2021 (Mon) 04:15:27 [Preview] No.42004 del

Bernd 01/12/2021 (Tue) 09:13:53 [Preview] No.42030 del
I have a theory. The police force normally take in lots of money through speeding fines which they are losing because people aren't driving. So they need new offenses to fine for, the more bat shit insanely strict the more easy to break.

Bernd 01/12/2021 (Tue) 12:30:15 [Preview] No.42031 del
could be, this is getting insane though

Bernd 01/12/2021 (Tue) 21:03:19 [Preview] No.42038 del
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>What is the source of this quote?
Certainly not MSM
>Nod really. Most voters aren't really active in anything.
Even with the large % of passive and apathetic voters it would be still be easy for them to amass 100s of thousands, and remember that the maga crowd was getting more tightly knit and cult-like not less (exactly the same can be said about the liberast npcs, it's part of the polarization). Also I'm not talking just about this congress mob episode. as I said they are fools for waiting this long, they should have been crowding the streets (and congress why not) months ago. Anyway I think it would have been equally easy for them to put truly massive public rallies before the election (it may be different now that trump showed, for the nth and hopefully definitive time, how fake and gay his political posture is by humiliating himself and his supporters while absconding from his base). In this case you have already provided one refutation, but I learned that actually they did have a much larger crowd -maybe in the low 10s of thousands- apparently in some area toward the back of the congress where the rally was gathered (the 1-2 thousand that occupied the entrance and the subset of these that entered the building was supposedly a prong that extended from those). Also I have read that supposedly there were many more (in the 100s of thousands) in a march that had taken place earlier in the city. So yes really.
Relatedly, I read that faceberg took it upon itself to purge posts about the rally (after the trespassing but before the mass theater and circus and subsequent purges that took place once the establishment concocted and published its ""insurrection"" narrative). Which reminds me of Assange: probably the establishment does not want the boots-on-the-street subset of the maga crowd to see and show to others its number, it could encourage others to join them. Compare to few months ago when the day didn't have enough hours to publicize and agitate for Mostly Peaceful Protesting arsonists, burglars, and rioters, and to weep and moan for the death of criminal junkie St. Nigger. It's has become plain, diaphanous, how imbricated the corporate powers are into the state apparatus of the USA. Now that the Trump Anomaly has passed, now that the reins of the empire are firmly in their hands again, will they quietly move back into the shade? They will if they are self-aware. If not, we will have learned how deeply their own poisonous ink has infected them.
>No. There is no point, they can't coup the US...
LMFAO Hungary. You too with the "coup" nonsense? I think you are smart enough to realize the idiocy of that proposition. The incompetent histrionic buffon Drumpf, King of the Jerusalem, and "his" few thousand rag tag Qanon morons and neckbeard gaymer congress-desecrators (and pantifa infiltrates, if you want to believe that) will take over the empire by breaking into the [please rise to your feet now and read with grave solemnity] Church of Democracy, setting up flags and banners, loitering about, taking gay photos of themselves, breaking some windows? Or even fantasising that they were fully armed and literally took hold of the whole Temple, apprehended and disarmed all security officers, arrested or expelled (or executed lol!) the politicians and "civil servants" which hadn't fled in time, sat in their chairs and proclaimed and promulgated Drumpf their God Emperor-elected of USA. What would that have achieved? Would have they "couped the US"? "Cmon man!" The trespassers never intended to "coup the US" and they never could have anyway, whether they had a "good armed fraction" or not. You must know this, I saw you (probably, I'm not around here much but if I have to bet there is only one magyar hat) post something from a book chronicling coups and overthrows (by a certain filthy neocon kike IIRC). Trump, the populist in the mind of his base, not the histrion in the palms of the Blue techno-judeo establishment, controlled almost nothing in "his" government, he had no powerful allies (the histrion did, on the "other" side),

Bernd 01/12/2021 (Tue) 21:10:02 [Preview] No.42039 del
>>No. There is no point, they can't coup the US...
>LMFAO Hungary. You too with the "coup" nonsense?
Nice way of getting a quote out of context.

Bernd 01/12/2021 (Tue) 21:25:10 [Preview] No.42040 del
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Trump, the populist in the mind of his base, not the histrion in the palms of the Blue techno-judeo establishment, controlled almost nothing in "his" government, he had no powerful allies (the histrion did, on the "other" side), not in academia, not in the media, not in the banks, not in technocapital or the Silicon Slit, not in military, not in foreign powers... What did he "have"? He "had" the numerous maga crowd and the Qtard cultists. And he "had" the symbolic, and misplaced and deluded, hope of the vilified white middle USA. And for a while, up to early 2017, for a whole 4 months of his presidency lol, he tentatively "had" the hopes of an assorted bunch of US and international shitposters. This is not how a coup d'etat is carried out. Suggesting it is pure guile, or a joke. How about co-opting remote voting procedures for "non-fraudulent election fraud"? Is that a "coup"? No need to answer.
As I said I wasn't talking only about this impromptu congress tour, but also the period during and after the nigger topics riots. And I told you what is the point: "show of strength". Which is all that the rally and trespassing really could have been. The election was lost, fixed, stolen, whatever. They weren't going to get it back, Drumptard and Qtard delusions notwithstanding. But they still have to live through the coming re-fueled cultural-marxist "regime" which poses the not insignificant risk of continuing in its path of effectively abolishing or disabling USA's 1st and 2nd constitution amendment. The point is then simply to increase pressure and risk of the coming govt, to show it and the other half of the population that stakes are high in case they decide to go too crazy, and also to increase confidence and integration among their own.
>they can't even start a civil war
More nonsense. Civil wars generally don't have a definite start, no declarations and such. There is a conflict and it grows out of control. It is usually a gradient. But ultimately I do believe that there is no real chance for a civil war. I think USians don't have the spirit and spine and heart needed to fight and suffer what will inescapably be a long and bloody struggle against a brutal and all-powerful enemy (I would imagine Ireland-like situation but far worse for the "guerrilla/native insurgents", unless there is a benefitial split in military personnel and infrastructure). Life is too comfortable, they are too affluent, too hedonistic, too distracted. They are not desperate enough.
>Accelerationists are braindead idiots.
Non sequitur. Acceleration would be something like voting Foo while under the conviction that he will further ruin the nation/country, with the pretext that any other choice at best delays the inevitable. Such thing is indeed retarded. It is also unrelated to what I was discussing.

Australia Bernd 01/12/2021 (Tue) 21:31:04 [Preview] No.42041 del
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Well some old and sick people did die and many coughed and sneezed so the government concerns are justified and are doing nothing wrong, more of nations should be put in mass house arrest.
It is their land and lives and they should not be allowed to step on it and live it, peasants have no place on the surface. Also how would they ever get any civilizational reset done if every man and his dog could just step outside and stand their ground?

Bernd 01/13/2021 (Wed) 00:57:34 [Preview] No.42044 del
This is true, and why I have never had to wear a mask in this whole pandemic. The people of this state did what they were told.

Bernd 01/13/2021 (Wed) 06:41:29 [Preview] No.42047 del
Okay let's put this here, since it's about what goes down in the US:
Fags chasing away people from their platforms, and people move to Russian and Chinese ones because they can discuss American politics more freely there.
I'm just thinking that antitrust thingy was going on against some of the big five, one congressman/senator also asked Zuckerberg if Facebook has a competitor or is it a monopoly, Trump also found problematic the monopoly of Twitter and the others. Maybe this is the way they're creating their competition without the need to dismantle those tech giants, and fucking them over with the antitrust laws.
>suddenly Telegram gaining 25 million users overnight.
They don't need to pump these places much, just enough to point at them that:
>lo, here's our competition, they have 1% market share.

Gonna read and reply ofc, but may take some time.

Bernd 01/14/2021 (Thu) 01:03:15 [Preview] No.42051 del
its about provoking people so they get what they want...its so obvious once you see it

Bernd 01/16/2021 (Sat) 21:07:28 [Preview] No.42087 del
I read this one, I reply before I forget.
First thing first, which I already referred to. I didn't suggest they went there to execute a coup. I was trying to figure out situations where those guns could came in handy - you supposed a scenario with tens of thousands of people with a good fraction armed -, and ruled out every possibility because they aren't possible.
Back to the first part of your post.
Who even organizes these maga demonstrations? Here only parties and trade unions can put large amount of people onto the streets, up to about 200 thousand people. Well only right wing ones could from the parties, organizing transports from the country to Budapest, party leaders giving speech at the Parliament or on the most important squares with enough space for that many people. This makes me question if spontaneously that many people could gather without someone - like Trump - waiting them out in the field. But Trump do no such things except when they organize campaign for the election, and it does not seem that the Republican party would do anything.
>Trump Anomaly
Was that an anomaly really? Maybe a bit ridiculous in his communications both spoken and in tweets (which is an absolute new way of making statements, essentially he is a pioneer in this), but all in all I think as far as presidents go was he really stood out in an irregular way? Maybe crossing to North Korea, talking with the most recent Kim in person is a rare thing, but not out of the place as far as the system goes.
>how imbricated the corporate powers are into the state apparatus of the USA.
Actually I'm a bit shitting meself from the Big Five these days. If they would embargo a country, they could paralyze one. People, businesses, and even the state government relies on their various services heavily. Mail, file sharing, various communications, phones, payments, stores... they could hinder work, isolate people from each other, organizations similarly, shut down computers (MS could block logging in on Win10 or maybe even earlier versions). Government bureaucrats share documents, even state secrets via their services. Heh tens of thousands of teenagers would go bonkers they can't poke at their phones all day. All the private crap they know about people (who themselves exposed themselves to them) too. They essentially could shut down Hungary. And I bet even larger countries, or the whole EU, or the US itself. They are like public utility companies without even the pretense of public control.

Bernd 01/17/2021 (Sun) 19:57:55 [Preview] No.42097 del
Basically replied to this too in my previous post. I did not suggest that they went there to make a coup or civil war, etc., what I wrote was a reaction to your proposal that they should have guns. I was trying to figure out what could led people to do such nonsense.
>Acceleration would be something like
...something like wishing for more such shooters as Tarrant and the others to provoke harsher and harsher reactions from the system, oppressing the people to a level where they will be "desperate enough" to finally act en masse and turn the tide or spiral into total destruction so a new, better world could rise from the ashes or some other bs.
...something like wishing for more people at the capitol with guns to trigger the reaction.
Again, it was your idea, the good fraction of those people with guns.
Btw I really do not care for the condescending tone of yours, especially since all that you seem to held me accountable for enroot in your ideas.
Oh well.

Bernd 01/17/2021 (Sun) 20:15:09 [Preview] No.42098 del
this site is really dead

Bernd 01/17/2021 (Sun) 20:20:59 [Preview] No.42099 del

Bernd 01/18/2021 (Mon) 19:59:14 [Preview] No.42122 del
Nod really

Just kinda slow

Bernd 01/28/2021 (Thu) 17:19:07 [Preview] No.42300 del
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news from the cat and dog eating region of Switzerland. an american animal, better known as raccoon, entered a house through the cat door and was caught eating old bread. the homeowner caught the raccoon and shot it. according to the Swiss hunting laws, raccoons have to be shot on sight, no american animals allowed.
the news article has an audio from the radio, if you are wondering what swiss german sounds like.

Bernd 01/28/2021 (Thu) 17:26:15 [Preview] No.42301 del
>he homeowner caught the raccoon and shot it
Nooooo, not the washy bear. Savage mountain man.
How did the little guy got to eSwitzini anyway? Did Europe and America collide?

Bernd 01/28/2021 (Thu) 17:47:40 [Preview] No.42303 del
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it's funny that it's called wash bear in German, it's not even a bear. according to wikipedia the Germans are to blame. raccoons managed to to escape from the zoo after Americans bombed it and some raccoons managed to escape from a pelt farm.

Bernd 01/28/2021 (Thu) 17:51:39 [Preview] No.42304 del
We also call it waschbär. Probably mirror translation of the German word.

Bernd 01/28/2021 (Thu) 17:54:04 [Preview] No.42305 del
>Spanish colonists adopted the Spanish word mapache from the Nahuatl mapachtli of the Aztecs, meaning "[the] one who takes everything in its hands".[11] In many languages, the raccoon is named for its characteristic dousing behavior in conjunction with that language's term for bear, for example Waschbär ('wash-bear') in German, Huan Xiong (浣熊 'wash-bear') in Chinese, dvivón róchetz (דביבון רוחץ 'washing-bear[dim]') in Hebrew, orsetto lavatore ('little washer bear') in Italian, and araiguma (洗熊 (あらいぐま) 'washing-bear') in Japanese. Alternatively, only the washing behavior might be referred to, as in Russian poloskun (полоскун, 'rinser').
interesting, a lot of languages call it "bear that rubs its hands together like it's washing it"

Bernd 01/28/2021 (Thu) 17:56:35 [Preview] No.42306 del
>rubs its hands together

Bernd 01/28/2021 (Thu) 17:58:44 [Preview] No.42307 del
it's a very clean animal

Bernd 01/28/2021 (Thu) 18:19:45 [Preview] No.42308 del
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Smart bera. Sometimes hardware needs a good scrub.

Bernd 01/28/2021 (Thu) 18:24:50 [Preview] No.42309 del
Also people are so stupid talking to the animals. They can't understand them. They only know Hungarian.

Bernd 01/28/2021 (Thu) 23:46:39 [Preview] No.42312 del
This picture hurts to look at if you're a hardware engineer

>it's a very clean animal

Imagine what it would do if it were smarter

Bernd 01/29/2021 (Fri) 06:39:41 [Preview] No.42318 del
>This picture hurts to look at if you're a hardware engineer
What, that mobo looks like new now.
>Imagine what it would do if it were smarter
Your very own washerwoman you pay in a bit of food.

Bernd 01/29/2021 (Fri) 08:22:15 [Preview] No.42321 del
tfw when you dont have a pet racoon....so cute

Bernd 01/29/2021 (Fri) 08:44:21 [Preview] No.42322 del
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>Alternatively, only the washing behavior might be referred to, as in Russian poloskun (полоскун, 'rinser').

"Poloskun" is the part of name of specific supspecies, but main specie name is "Enot" (Yenot). Word origin is name of the similar animal Genet that has similar fur. So it is "Enot-poloskun".


Also these raccoons are introduced in Dagestan and become invasive specie. Praise Allah.

Bernd 01/29/2021 (Fri) 15:32:09 [Preview] No.42325 del
This. Now I want one.

Y U no call them bera???
Does Enot/Yenot have any meaning beside the name of that species?

I've seen a video somewhere not long ago bunch of coons occupied a house and animal control entered to evict them. Did someone link it on our cytube channel, me thinks. I also kinda remember saving it because was fun, but can't find. Oh well.

Bernd 01/29/2021 (Fri) 18:52:35 [Preview] No.42326 del
I guess it was this video, Canadian raccoons are very fat from all the maple syrup.
https://youtube.com/watch?v=enqiof-3TfE [Embed]

Bernd 01/29/2021 (Fri) 19:40:14 [Preview] No.42327 del
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The EU is preparing to enact a law targeting Big Tech (they defined a category with the name of gatekeepers), they're trying to crack their monopoly via regulations, providing better chance for small businesses to compete.
Here's some highlights from the protonmail blogpost, what the proposed law does:
Article 5(a) — Don’t mix personal data without a user’s explicit consent
This would prevent gatekeepers from combining personal data collected from their core platform services with personal data collected from other services or from a data broker without explicit consent. It would also prevent them from forcing you to automatically sign in to all of a gatekeeper’s services if you only want to sign in to one.
Article 5(c) — Do allow business users to promote offers to end users
In effect, gatekeepers would be required to allow businesses to inform their customers about alternative purchase options.
Article 5(e) — Don’t force business users to adopt the platform’s authentication system.
Businesses could still choose to use the gatekeeper’s ID system, but it would not be required.
Article 5(f) — Don’t cross-tie core products.
Gatekeepers would not be able to force users to sign up for one of its core services as a precondition to getting access to another of its services or products. Gatekeepers’ products and services would be available to users separately.

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Article 6(a) — Don’t spy on business users to gain an unfair competitive advantage.
Currently, gatekeepers can use private data from their platform and monitor their business users’ data to determine how to place, price, and advertise competing goods or services. The DMA would ban this practice.
Article 6(b) — Do allow users to uninstall any pre-installed software applications
Gatekeepers would have to allow their users to uninstall any pre-installed software applications that are not essential to running the hardware.
Article 6(c) — Do allow third-party app stores and users to side-load apps.
Under the DMA, gatekeepers would only be allowed to prevent third-party app stores if they damage or undermine the “integrity of the hardware or operating system.”
Article 6(d) — Don’t give preference to platforms’ own products in rankings.
Gatekeepers would not be able to unfairly rank their own products and services more favorably than their competitors.
Article 6(e) — Don’t lock users in.
Gatekeepers would not be able to technically restrict users from deleting apps or switching away from default apps. They also cannot force users to use a particular internet service provider.
Article 6(f) — Do make platforms interoperable with other service providers.
Gatekeepers would have to make their platforms open to some key third-party service providers, like payment providers, digital identity providers, or ad-tech sellers, on the same terms as their own services.
Article 6(h) — Do make data portable and continuously accessible in real time.
Gatekeepers would have to give all users the ability to download their data and take it to a rival. They must also make both end and business user data continuously accessible in real time to their competitors.
Article 6(i) — Do give businesses access to their own data.
Gatekeepers would have to give business users real-time, continuous access to high-quality data from the gatekeepers’ platform about their sales, customers, and other commercial activity.
Article 6(k) — Do provide fair and nondiscriminatory access to app stores.
The DMA states that gatekeepers that manage app stores would have to accept apps onto their platform in a fair and nondiscriminatory manner.

Bernd 01/29/2021 (Fri) 19:54:28 [Preview] No.42329 del
Generally sounds ok. Makes me wonder how all this gonna make everyone's life more inconvenient. Like those "select your cookies" popups the last EU regulations forced onto websites.
I see article 5(a) becoming nuisance for some:
>It would also prevent them from forcing you to automatically sign in to all of a gatekeeper’s services if you only want to sign in to one.
Finest example is Google, now for all their crap (email, maps, docs, drive, youtube, etc.) users have to sign in separately. Or let's just switch everything to "remember password" and automatic signing in, effectively making this regulation useless.

I think the real way out of this would be to raise user consciousness. People need to understand what they are doing, and they need information to decide what service to use and what not.

Bernd 01/29/2021 (Fri) 19:58:50 [Preview] No.42330 del
Oh yes. That was it. Those tubbies.

Bernd 01/29/2021 (Fri) 20:44:30 [Preview] No.42331 del
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>Y U no call them bera???

No, they aren't related to anything close to bear in culture.

>Does Enot/Yenot have any meaning beside the name of that species?


It is also interesting that Russian wiki says that raccoons first appeared in Eurasia and then moved to Americas through land bridge, and then became extinct in Old World because viverrids took their place in ecosystem. But nowadays raccoons are pretty tough and endurant animals, and it is hard to imagine that they could lose to someone.
English wiki doesn't says this though.

Bernd 01/30/2021 (Sat) 07:40:17 [Preview] No.42333 del
But everyone calls them bear. Let the peer pressure flow through you.

Bernd 01/30/2021 (Sat) 10:00:33 [Preview] No.42335 del
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>peer pressuring Russia about bears

You can't. We are truly the best bear experts in the world.

Bernd 01/30/2021 (Sat) 12:26:34 [Preview] No.42337 del
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>In Japan, up to 1,500 raccoons were imported as pets each year after the success of the anime series Rascal the Raccoon (1977)
looks like not just Dogestan but Japan has a coon and anime problem too.

Bernd 01/30/2021 (Sat) 12:58:15 [Preview] No.42338 del
They are not even vaguely related to each other though. The genet is a feliform and Arai-san is a caniform.

Bernd 01/30/2021 (Sat) 13:08:49 [Preview] No.42339 del
They are more closely related to a bear than a genet.

Bernd 01/30/2021 (Sat) 15:09:44 [Preview] No.42340 del
>Was that an anomaly really?
Yes. A clear outsider to the US political system; wealthy, but crass (culturally, politically), outside the spectrum of PC rhetoric, a "populist" (fake in effect, but real in rhetoric), a dumb TV show host for Christ sake :^). You can see how much of an anomaly he was simply by observing the extreme level of "immunological reaction" in the establishment (media, academia, technocrats, glowinthedarks, career politicians, vassal subsystems, etc) to his unexpected "infiltration".
At the end of his mandate, we can of course observe that the results are, after so much "blood and tears" and specially hysteria, really not much out the norm for the US. In fact most of us realised there wouldn't be much change already short months after elected. But here's some clear example of irregularity (apart from what was already mentioned): USA has been at war for a very significant majority of its history, IIRC near 90% if calendar years at war are counted. Very few US presidents can be said not to have started a war. I'm sure these 4 consecutive years without war are rare in US history. So while overall the empire didn't change much during his presidency, he was indeed out of the norm.
He is now gone, for good I bet. His voters though continue to be outside the norm. Which is why the system's leukocytes continue to attack them. They need to fight back or will be swallowed.
>People, businesses, and even the state government relies on their various services heavily. Government bureaucrats share documents, even state secrets via their services.
When was very young and I would see ads for businesses and govt agencies where the communication channels would be telephone numbers and email addresses. Then mostly email addresses. Then only handles for a handful of US gay area companies. It was baffling to me how people were so seemingly oblivious to the fact that they were in short surrendering part of their sovereignty. Could they not picture in their heads the networks? Could they not see they were basically outsourcing the state infrastructure?
>Heh tens of thousands of teenagers would go bonkers they can't poke at their phones all day.
They might indeed for a while. But young people tend to heal rather fast. I would expect this to quickly result in much improved health and maturity.

Bernd 01/30/2021 (Sat) 15:13:03 [Preview] No.42341 del
>I was trying to figure out what could led people
Understood and already clarified for you. Won't repeat here.
>...something like more false implications, hyperextended extrapolations, and private imaginations
Either you still misunderstand or are being purposefully dishonest (or maybe... well... nah, the talk of warfare, vidya and tabletop RPG really does not fit).
So spin to your heart's content, if you must, I don't write here to convince you, but mostly as entertainment, and I don't read here to commiserate over a scratched ego or inferiority complex which feels condescension when it reads corrections, but just to keep some awareness of what's happening in the fringes of internet media.

>Americans bombed it
>the Germans are to blame
>according to wikipedia
World repository of truth, indeed.

Bernd 02/03/2021 (Wed) 15:15:29 [Preview] No.42402 del
Germany’s former Chancellor Gerhard Schröder stated in his latest book “Letzte Chance” (The Last Chance) that Turkey has become an “incontrovertible dominant force” in the eastern Mediterranean.

“Europe should accept the fact that Turkey became a dominant force in the eastern Mediterranean. Whether they like this or not,” said the 77-year-old ex-chancellor in the book he wrote with Gregor Schöllgen, a history professor lecturing at the universities of New York, Oxford and London.

Stressing the need for new world order, Schröder picked a special part for Turkey, China and Russia in his book.

“A new world order, that we need, is a last chance for the West. Turkey, China and Russia are important actors in world politics. The West will lose if they act to these countries with the mentality of the Cold War,” Schröder noted.

Reminding the history of the Turkey-EU relations, the former Chancellor highlighted the “mistakes of the Europeans.”

“The contrast with Turkey and the West is the result of the European Union’s wrong politics. We Europeans, especially the Germans, saw this country [Turkey] and its citizens with a humiliating and pretentious manner,” he added.

Schröder underlined that Germany was the only country in the EU that wanted Turkey as a member of the bloc.

“Since the Ankara Agreement in 1963, no other country than Germany opened an EU membership perspective to Turkey. But except the last era of the [Social Democratic Party of Germany] SPD-Greens coalition, none of them were frank [to Turkey],” he said.

According to Schröder, Europe’s “delaying tactics” for Turkey’s EU membership is inadmissible. “Asking Turkey to fulfill the conditions for the visa liberalization and delaying the important improvements at EU membership negotiations at the same means saying, ‘We do not want you.’”

“If you [West] condemn Turkey for its presence and fighting in Iraq, Syria, Libya and Nagorno-Karabakh, then you should not pay Turkey to stop the migrants who come from warzones to enter Europe. This policy does not get on well with the West [which does not exist anymore] and its virtues, that it utters from time to time.”

“Thinking that a new government that would come to power after [Turkish President] Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, will review the country’s global politics and give up being a force in the eastern Mediterranean, is just ‘not knowing the chalk from cheese.’ Turkey will not do this.”

Schröder, who was the chancellor of Germany between 1998 and 2005, remarks on the latest developments in Syria in his book.

The war in Syria cannot be finished without Ankara’s and Moscow’s consents. Turkey has a key role in Syria, he said.

“As the problems in Ukraine cannot be solved without Putin, it is hard to end the migration crisis without Erdoğan. The era of Turkish ministers and presidents standing in waiting rooms of Bonn or Berlin under humiliating circumstances is over,” he added.

The Social Democrat also pointed to the former U.S. President Donald Trump’s threats to “crackdown Turkey’s economy.”

Erdoğan coldly met the threat, Schrider noted and listed the reasons.

“Firstly U.S. army is dependent on the İncirlik and Kürecik bases. Secondly, Turkey has now a notable weapon industry. They produce and sell their own unmanned aerial vehicles. Ankara’s weapon industry and some countries’ dependence on these weapons make Turkey approach to its target of being a force in the eastern Mediterranean.”


Bernd 02/03/2021 (Wed) 17:18:35 [Preview] No.42405 del
He has a point.
Maybe Turkey isn't viable for joining the EU based on the criteria fresh recruits have to comply to, but the EU's importance in global politics is slowly dwindling and keeping Turkey out, and the general treatment of Turkey Schröder talks about, just alienating Turkey and pushing her orientation toward Russia and China.
Sure Turkey is a NATO member but that doesn't mean she can't have different take on political and economic issues.
With Turkey joining the EU could gain a lot in relevance in world politics, more influence in Africa and the Middle East, in Central Asia too, most likely even in Russia. This would come with several caveats however. The structure of power, and balance in the EU would change in an instant, I'm not sure exactly at the moment how it would rearrange what would change - I need to think about it more, this whole topic is sudden for me - but there would be a lot. Some changes, rearrangements should be made in the foreign politics of the EU too - this also need some chewing on my part. Poor Armenians would be fucked over for sure, essentially they would be pushed closer to Russia, no hope for them elsewhere internationally anymore.
Also what would happen with Turkey? After some time their citizens would be free to move within the EU, would they migrate by the millions to Western Europe? They would also lose from their economic independence, Western EU countries and the companies there don't want other competitors to join in and ruin their party.

Bernd 02/03/2021 (Wed) 20:22:33 [Preview] No.42406 del
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Finally! Hungary isn't a landlocked nation anymore! Maybe I can realize my old dream of becoming the captain of an aircraft-carrier!

Bernd 02/03/2021 (Wed) 23:27:02 [Preview] No.42407 del
Well without us, Macros dreams of strategically autonomous EU won't happen. We would be military backbone of EU. If EU needs to emerge as 3rd polar they need us as much as we need them.

>would they migrate by the millions to Western Europe?
Italy has send 20 millions of them in America in short of time. I expect numbers to be low but still millions would flood the EU. But given the time with investiture of Turkey's currently rural parts, racism in EU and developing the country with fully integrated economy, I can't see why most of us would go and stay there. "The I want to live in Europe forever" thing is a recent phenomenon, in 80's and 90's many of us just wanted to go to Europe, save money and become kingz in Turkey because why the fuck not?

>Poor Armenians would be fucked over for sure, essentially they would be pushed closer to Russia, no hope for them elsewhere internationally anymore.
Probably EU would also welcome them, we also would. You know why? Because we can't connect with Azerbaijan mainland without Armenia's land. The recent highway thing is quite fragile. And Armenia does not want to give Megri corridor in exchange of upper Karabakh. This solution is called goble deal. The deal that Turkey wanted but both Armenia and Azerbaijan said NO with capital letters.

Bernd 02/03/2021 (Wed) 23:36:51 [Preview] No.42409 del
An acess to a port can make your economy go brrr I can see that. Congrats.

I'm suprised you guys went with the Italy not Croita. But anyway, port is a port.

sage Bernd 02/04/2021 (Thu) 06:26:56 [Preview] No.42428 del
Not to make anything off topic, but I can't find the blogspot thread in the catalog. Need a lil bit of help tbh

Also, the "casual talk" thread doesn't open for me

Bernd 02/04/2021 (Thu) 20:44:50 [Preview] No.42440 del
Autosaged one is on >>15577.

Bernd 02/04/2021 (Thu) 20:54:54 [Preview] No.42441 del
We use this one for blogs: >>41511
I asked Odili to restore the Casual talk thread, he run a db restore but it did nothing. I'll ask him to run a board specific restore maybe that'll help.

Hopefully. Right now they have to clear the area and build the whole thing anew, so for now it's money sink. But it's obvious it can only pay out on the long run.
I think we have better relations with Italy. Leading parties are similarly aligned like Fidesz, and we had some friction with Croatia in recent years. No biggie but could make our politicians to reconsider. Also I'm not sure if Croats would be a big fan of us acquiring land there. Could sound as irredentism.

Bernd 02/05/2021 (Fri) 12:49:11 [Preview] No.42451 del
>Also I'm not sure if Croats would be a big fan of us acquiring land there. Could sound as irredentism.
I can see the "Waaah fascist Orban trying to revive Neo Hungarian empire!1!!" comments.

Btw we rented Suakin island in Sudan for 99 years, not even our people knows that, kind of funny. As far as I heard we didn't even take it for military purposes.

Bernd 02/06/2021 (Sat) 18:02:12 [Preview] No.42470 del
>raise user consciousness. People need to understand what they are doing
If only everyone else were people like me! Close quote. Yes, this would be excellent. But it isn't practicable. People are simply too stupid/unwise. These regulations won't work either. Want to avoid monopoly? Force them to split, keep them apart. Don't want? Buy their local assets by decree, sell to national companies. Inefficient? Inconvenient? Deal with it. Free markets schmarkets.
But I bet they are not really interested in having truly "free" platforms. As we saw plainly in USA, such companies are a part of the state (and increasingly integrated or competing with it, depending on which side one sits). They want to (and already do) leverage the control mechanisms they offer.

Bernd 02/06/2021 (Sat) 18:07:04 [Preview] No.42472 del
>If you [West] condemn Turkey for its presence and fighting in Iraq, Syria, Libya and Nagorno-Karabakh, then you should not pay Turkey to stop the migrants who come from warzones to enter Europe. This policy does not get on well with the West [which does not exist anymore] and its virtues, that it utters from time to time.
Can you see how the western liberast ideology twists around their own throats?
Any reasonable European would consider the first sentence utterly fallacious. WTF is the problem with condemning the warring while also implementing policies (such as economic incentives) to prevent consequences of these wars (massive immigration from alien people) from negatively affecting your nation(s)? The problem, the german politician seems to recognise in the second sentence, lies in what he calls "Western virtues", but which really have little to do with traditional virtues and are just the degenerate and hypocritical sensitivities of sorosites on one side of the coin and the by-design globalist projects of neo-libs/neo-cons on the other.

>The recent highway thing is quite fragile.
In what sense do you mean this? Do you refer just to the fact that the connection depends on a single piece of civil infrastructure, or do you have doubts about Russia's security guarantees for the project?

Bernd 02/07/2021 (Sun) 16:35:42 [Preview] No.42495 del
I believe in western virtues but due to current political climate they are interpreted as something quite dogmatic, fixed as if it's a catholig dogma in middle ages. I just dont like it when politicians take advantage from such ideas, religions, creed etc. you get the idea. I do believe in the western civilization but the politicians support butchered version of it and expect other fully following fixed western values will bring peace and prosperity all across the world. Countries have different dynamics, different backgrounds and culture therebefore this preaching of orthodox western values is quite stupid not to mention it contradicts the values itself since criticism is one of the core values. Currently EU complaining too much as they afford to preach "friendship&tolerance" since they are not sleeping next to the snakes den.

>In what sense do you mean this?
Russia wont want Turkey-Azerbaijan mainland connection, it opens Turkestan passage which is currently Russians and China's sphere of influence. Also in long run Russia will drift away from China and deal with EU (in 20-30 years probably) so they don't need another contender in there.

>Russia's security guarantees for the project?
They won't guarantee the security of the road when we will be too smart for our own good.

Bernd 02/07/2021 (Sun) 18:20:11 [Preview] No.42497 del
In the quoted line he just says Western European politicians are hypocrites. That's it. You are trying to read to much into that. And Schröder didn't talk about "western virtues", but the "europan values" EU top dogs so fond of belching. It supposedly means the human rights and scientific method and such, not traditional and/or Christian values, but as you pointed out (and what was Schröder's point too) they're just hypocrites.
>what he calls "western virtues"
he doesn't do that. You are frequently very eager to put words into others' mouth. This is utterly fallacious.

>they are not sleeping next to the snakes den.
They also have a hand in creating the snake's den.
>Also in long run Russia will drift away from China and deal with EU
Uhh, who knows. Too many variables and unknowns.

Bernd 02/27/2021 (Sat) 21:11:22 [Preview] No.42744 del
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Some news from the Hungary.
- Something about corona.
- The state of emergency (due to corona) got prolonged to March 16.
- Something about corona.
- Gypsy rapper, goes under the alias "Dopeman", says all this hype around homo couples is BS. He said he looked it up and on the Hungary there are only 229 so called "rainbow family", and (((they))) push this topic as if hundreds of thousands of people would be the subject of it.
- Something about corona.
- The reeds burning at lake Balaton on a 20 hectares area.
- Something about corona.
- The frost and snow might return next weekend. Great, just pruned a bunch of stuff in the garden, I hope the buds won't freeze.
- Something about corona.
- They gonna continue one of the highways (M6, goes from Budapest to the south along the Danube)
- Hungarian vaccine in the making, it will protect even from mutants. How about super-mutants, or X-men?

Bernd 02/28/2021 (Sun) 00:14:34 [Preview] No.42745 del

Bernd 02/28/2021 (Sun) 18:49:57 [Preview] No.42750 del
If you're so rich, why can't you afford headwear?

Bernd 03/01/2021 (Mon) 08:16:33 [Preview] No.42758 del
Orbán vaccinated himself with the Sinopharm vaccine. Now he is remote controlled from Beijing.

Bernd 03/03/2021 (Wed) 15:37:01 [Preview] No.42784 del
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There are now 516 thousand American covid deaths.

Bernd 03/04/2021 (Thu) 07:05:07 [Preview] No.42790 del
We have ~15K
Maybe ~400K cases?

Bernd 03/04/2021 (Thu) 12:33:26 [Preview] No.42793 del
Fugg. More restrictions.
First they told the next wave will be even more horrible than the previous ones, and they're pushing vaccination. Sure some people don't trust vaccines, there are anti-vaxxers too, but most voices are against certain vaccines, like the Chinese. Some people just want X or Y brand vaccine, and simply not enough are available at the stations so they were told, "you get what's available, or you go to the end of the queueueue". I guess they want to pressure people to accept any vaccine.
Anyway, in the next two weeks every fucking shop will be closed, except for groceries, pharmacies, gas stations and such. Mandatory mask outside again. All the services will stop except private health facilities. Kindergartens, primary schools will be closed until April 7. Where possible everyone should work remotely. Stricter check at border crossings.

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Bernd 03/05/2021 (Fri) 00:14:41 [Preview] No.42802 del
Now, this is some shit tbh I don't wanna get this done

How many deaths are there in total nowadays?

Bernd 03/05/2021 (Fri) 08:29:43 [Preview] No.42816 del
>content not available in your region
Nevermind. I know what's that about, it reached Hungarian media. I bet they do it just for the humiliation factor.

2.5 million

Bernd 03/09/2021 (Tue) 19:52:09 [Preview] No.42857 del
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I'm sure there's English source for that but whatever, probably all the countries publish similar articles.
It's about Israel and how close herd immunity is for them. From the almost 10 million people they inoculated half and they aim to 95%. But now finally restaurants, pubs and all the services can be opened. People state how they enjoy the newfound freedom and can sit in a catering place and don't have to worry about their fellow customers infecting them. Max 20 people can be at such places at once and they have to practice social distancing by leaving at least a desk free between them... It's liek before the pandemic innit?
Oh they gave green cards for the vaccinated and those who came through the illness. Those without green cards cannot enter the reopened places.
What are they gonna do in half a year? They guess the vaccine protects (if protects) for 6 months tops.
Btw we have a scaremongering campaign to frighten people into vaccination as I stated a couple posts above.

Bernd 03/16/2021 (Tue) 17:12:36 [Preview] No.42949 del
britbongs announced that they want to expand their nuclear weapons arsenal. I guess they secretly want to become the north korea of europe.
>The overall cap on the number of warheads will now increase to 260, having been due to drop to 180 under previous plans from 2010.

Bernd 03/16/2021 (Tue) 17:34:32 [Preview] No.42950 del
I still get the French flag lol. made me look up how many nuclear warheads France has, wikipedia claims 260. they nuked some atolls in 90s.

Bernd 03/16/2021 (Tue) 17:42:01 [Preview] No.42951 del
Well, I guess China is flexing when the question of the South China Sea comes up. I think our Aussie poster linked a video about China's geopolitical situation.

Use .net or .gg
France and Bri'un is about on par in nuclear weapons.

Bernd 03/19/2021 (Fri) 11:09:17 [Preview] No.42999 del
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Finns rated happiest people on earth again.
>For the fourth year in a row Finland ranked as the happiest country in the world, according to this year's World Happiness Report.

Bernd 03/19/2021 (Fri) 12:03:52 [Preview] No.43000 del
ghork fugged the upload

Bernd 03/19/2021 (Fri) 16:50:05 [Preview] No.43005 del
Nah, just broken in the db.
Scrubbed now. Reupload it, it will fix the first one too.

Bernd 03/19/2021 (Fri) 18:56:54 [Preview] No.43007 del
Those happiest countries, specifically nordic countries, also tends to be in top on anti-depressant consumption per capita list. Are those people really happy or are they just high?

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I still blame ghork

Bernd 03/19/2021 (Fri) 20:56:35 [Preview] No.43009 del
In case you missed it: 2 days ago it was announced that Tanzanian president has died of heart disease, after his 2 week disappearance and messages from his government that he's well and healthy.
This comes after two of his cabinet members died of corona last month, after he has denounced the pandemic as a hoax for a year, going as far as testing a goat and watermelon positive on WHO tests to prove they're a scam, and after rumours that he's been secretly accepted for treatment for corona in Nairobi, Kenya.

Today the new president sworn in: she's from Zanzibar.

Bernd 03/19/2021 (Fri) 23:17:07 [Preview] No.43013 del
is that the holy quran or the bible she's swearing on

Bernd 03/19/2021 (Fri) 23:17:32 [Preview] No.43014 del
Zanzibar is muslim innit?

Bernd 03/20/2021 (Sat) 10:18:41 [Preview] No.43018 del
yes Zanzibar is muslim, that's a quran

Bernd 03/20/2021 (Sat) 14:20:18 [Preview] No.43023 del
Somebody needs to stop them.

https://youtube.com/watch?v=Le0O3m7E2Lo [Embed]

Bernd 03/20/2021 (Sat) 14:29:00 [Preview] No.43024 del
Some of them must have escaped the genocide.

Bernd 04/06/2021 (Tue) 16:51:30 [Preview] No.43230 del
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Sending that Hapspurg to France as ambassador. Some French journalists foaming about insult and scandal. Well, I was told by Hungarian media, so who knows.

What's up with Russia? They held war games in Crimea, and now concentrating more forces near Donbass than the usual? Is something to it, or just media sensationalism and this happens all the time?

Bernd 04/06/2021 (Tue) 17:17:30 [Preview] No.43231 del
he has that habsburger nose like his famous Spanish habsburger ancestor. why are the frogs foaming, I mean they beheaded their habsburger queen Marie Antoinette.

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Apparently the newspaper, La Figaro, reported it, and the comment section blew up. Some commenters welcomed the new ambassador, some criticized Orbán just because, the third group was who found it outrageous since Habsburgs are the arch-nemesis of France, according to them.

Bernd 04/08/2021 (Thu) 07:06:57 [Preview] No.43235 del
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It occurred to me that our news sites (and therefore our people) seem to believe that China only has ~90000 cases of corona.
They also seem to believe that the Chinese vaccine is useless.
These two beliefs looks contradictory, no?
If the numbers are correct then the vaccine cannot be useless.
If the vaccine is useless, then the numbers cannot be correct.

Bernd 04/08/2021 (Thu) 20:42:23 [Preview] No.43238 del
>It occurred to me that our news sites (and therefore our people) seem to believe that China only has ~90000 cases of corona.
>If the numbers are correct then the vaccine cannot be useless.

China had comparable numbers before working vaccine (although they had experimental ones), and claims that it is all about proper quarantine and strength of their society. I.e. initial outbreak was quarantined, and now only rare cases of covid may happen, and they easily isolated.

Actually, they had no lockdown at all. I know one person who works in China few years - he said that there were no real restrictions except in some small amount of cities. And nobody really cared much.

Of course their numbers are fake, but who cares. Especially when you want to push another lockdown into another EU country, and use China as good example of lockdown effectiveness.

Bernd 04/09/2021 (Fri) 11:41:45 [Preview] No.43245 del
>use China as good example of lockdown effectiveness.
Yeah, I heard that argument at least once.
On the other hand I remember an article which showed how they party in China now. "Now" - months ago.

Shit smearing is also going on. Probably financed by the rival vaccine manufacturing companies, to float bad news and gossip about this or that vaccine.

Bernd 04/09/2021 (Fri) 18:27:57 [Preview] No.43254 del
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Prince Philip died. Who? The husband of ol' Queen Bessy, who isn't king. All loyal subjects mourns the loss.

Bernd 04/09/2021 (Fri) 20:51:56 [Preview] No.43255 del

That's sad. He was the rare are example of politic-like person with interesting sense of humor.


>3. "Deaf? If you're near there, no wonder you are deaf." Said to a group of deaf children standing near a Caribbean steel drum band in 2000.

>6. "You can't have been here that long – you haven't got a pot belly." To a British tourist during a tour of Budapest in Hungary. 1993.

>7. "How do you keep the natives off the booze long enough to pass the test?" Asked of a Scottish driving instructor in 1995.

>18. "If it has four legs and it is not a chair, if it has got two wings and it flies but is not an aeroplane and if it swims and it is not a submarine, the Cantonese will eat it." Said to a World Wildlife Fund meeting in 1986.

>20. "Do you know they have eating dogs for the anorexic now?" To a wheelchair-bound Susan Edwards, and her guide dog Natalie in 2002.

>21. "Get me a beer. I don't care what kind it is, just get me a beer!" On being offered the finest Italian wines by PM Giuliano Amato at a dinner in Rome in 2000.

>39. "I wish he'd turn the microphone off!" The Prince expresses his opinion of Elton John's performance at the 73rd Royal Variety Show, 2001.

>53. "People think there's a rigid class system here, but dukes have even been known to marry chorus girls. Some have even married Americans." In 2000.

>79. "Reichskanzler." Prince Philip used Hitler's title to address German chancellor Helmut Kohl during a speech in Hanover in 1997.

>89. "My son...er...owns them." On being asked on a Canadian tour whether he knew the Scilly Isles.


Bernd 04/10/2021 (Sat) 06:36:37 [Preview] No.43266 del
Yeah, I think we talked about this previously. He did some nice golden spits.
>22. "I would like to go to Russia very much – although the bastards murdered half my family." In 1967, asked if he would like to visit the Soviet Union.
During that era this actually had to be appropriate.
>35. "The French don't know how to cook breakfast." After a breakfast of bacon, eggs, smoked salmon, kedgeree, croissants and pain au chocolat – from Gallic chef Regis Crépy – in 2002.
This doesn't mean he thought English breakfast is the shit. Especially since:
>13. "British women can't cook." Winning the hearts of the Scottish Women's Institute in 19

Most of these are taken out of context.
Even tho he was right almost at every point.

Bernd 04/18/2021 (Sun) 18:35:35 [Preview] No.43335 del
Poor refugee children will be sent back to Syria by Evil Denmark, starting now.

Bernd 04/19/2021 (Mon) 14:46:22 [Preview] No.43339 del
Netherlands butchering Dante's Comedy.
Here's a French article (I could link Breitbart).
Essentially they censored out the part about Muhammad's sufferings in hell. They did it to "make it more friendly for the younger generations, the passage would hurt the feelings of the readers unnecessarily".
Which also most likely means that most kids in the Netherlands are Muslim.

Bernd 04/20/2021 (Tue) 15:11:45 [Preview] No.43347 del
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Chad president died in battlefield while fighting virgin rebels.
>Chad's President Idriss Déby has died of his injuries following clashes with rebels in the north of the country at the weekend, the army has said.

Bernd 04/20/2021 (Tue) 17:51:38 [Preview] No.43350 del
That's a good way to go for any stateman of Chad.

Bernd 04/21/2021 (Wed) 03:56:51 [Preview] No.43351 del
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He lived like a Chad dictator, and died like one too. R.I.P

Press F to pay respects

>Netherlands butchering Dante's Comedy.

Let me guess, Amsterdam?

Bernd 04/21/2021 (Wed) 12:42:08 [Preview] No.43359 del
>Let me guess, Amsterdam?
I've no idea. It seems it's a fresh translation/edition thrown onto the market.

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India is absolutely fucked by corona this time around.

(if link doesn't work: https://t.co/YN1et2iNlY )

>Narendra Modi, prime minister, and his Bharatiya Janata party have been accused of prioritising domestic politics over public health by holding mass political rallies with thousands of people and allowing the Kumbh Mela, a vast religious festival attended by millions, to take place during the second wave.
>“Health systems weren’t better prepared for it this time around. Many people in the administration across the country did not expect that there would be a ‘this time around’,” said K Srinath Reddy, president of the Public Health Foundation of India, a charity. “It was somehow presumed that we had passed the pandemic.”
>The sick are overwhelming hospitals in many parts of the country. The rate of ICU patients in Nagpur at 353 per million is higher than it was anywhere in Europe during the pandemic. Mumbai, the financial capital, has 194 ICU patients per million.
>A Financial Times analysis also points to under-reporting of deaths. Local news reports for seven districts across the states of Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Bihar show that while at least 1,833 people are known to have died of Covid-19 in recent days, based mainly on cremations, only 228 have been officially reported.
>In the Jamnagar district in Gujarat, 100 people died of Covid-19 but only one Covid death was reported.
>The situation in Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, a state of 200m that is among India’s poorest, highlights how health infrastructure has been pushed to breaking point. Local media reported that at King George’s Medical University, there was a queue of 50 people per hospital bed.

>Amit Shah, India’s home minister, told the Indian Express that Modi and the government were “ready, fighting against [the virus] on every front . . . I am confident that we will have a victory over this”.
>But Vineeta Bal, of the National Institute of Immunology, said the roots of the crisis ran much deeper, exposing years of neglect of public health infrastructure. India’s spending on healthcare has long lagged behind global peers.
>“This is my major problem with not just the current government but the government healthcare system of the past 50 years,” she said. “That’s not going to be solvable in one year when there’s a crisis. This is a steady neglect of many, many years.”
>Santosh Kumar, the son of a BJP leader in Lucknow, has been isolating at home with his family, all four of whom have Covid.
>“The entire system has broken down,” he said. “Every other person in the administration here is quarantining. People are finding out from each other what medication to take and doing what they can.”

Bernd 04/21/2021 (Wed) 13:59:35 [Preview] No.43363 del

>In the past eight days, nearly 550 bodies were cremated at Bhadbhada crematorium, including 440 with COVID-19 protocols. The crematorium has a capacity to handle only 45-50 bodies a day. However, the health bulletin issued by state says that less than 20 people had died due to COVID in the same time period.
>“We have nothing to do with government records or what they are saying in the daily health bulletin,” said a crematorium official, adding that we issue certificates based on the documents that the hospitals send us along with the bodies. Interestingly, the Crime Branch and CID people take daily records from us.
>In the past one year, as per the crematorium’s record, more than 2,200 bodies were cremated following COVID protocols.
>“Last year, when the bodies of COVID patients landed up for cremation here, we had a capacity to handle 15-20 bodies a day,” said Arun Choudhary, President, Bhadhbhada Ghat. “Seeing the numbers rising, we acquired two acres of adjacent land and made arrangements for 30 more bodies. Besides, we have begun an electric cremation centre which can cremate seven bodies a day. But, all these arrangements have been falling short, as we are receiving an average of 80-90 bodies a day since the past two-three weeks,” he said.

>As per some Hindu rituals, cremation is not done after dusk, but as COVID deaths started rising in Bhopal, the district administration asked the crematoria to perform last rites till night.
>At Bhadbhada, bodies begin to arrive as the clock strikes 10 a.m, mostly from Hamidia Government Hospital and Chirayu, a private hospital, close to crematorium, and flames can be seen burning till late night. In the morning, people come to collect the ashes. By afternoon, nearly two dozen bodies pile up for cremation, and by the evening, a few dozen bodies more arrive. This has become a daily affair at Bhadbhada Ghat.
>Some eyewitnesses said that no rituals were being performed during the cremation of COVID bodies, as the priests were fearful of catching the infection. In addition, instead of the traditional ghee, these bodies are being doused with litres of kerosene oil for quick burning, they said.

Bernd 04/21/2021 (Wed) 13:59:55 [Preview] No.43364 del
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>Subash Nagar Chita Asthal, another crematorium designated for COVID bodies, is also seeing a steep rise in the number of bodies in the past two-three weeks. The crematorium, which receives 4-5 bodies a day, has been receiving 35-40 bodies each day. From April 1 to 19, the last rites of 300 bodies were done with COVID protocols, say officials.
>Since Subash Nagar Chita Asthal is located in the heart of the city, the crematorium receives bodies from the nearest People’s, JK Hospital and AIIMS Hospital. The state government does not include private hospitals death data in their daily report.
>“A sharp jump has been seen in COVID-19 deaths in the past three weeks. Even during the first wave, we received 6-7 bodies a day, which has surged to 35-40 a day,” said Somraj Sukhwani, manager of Subhash Nagar crematorium.
>“I haven’t received a single penny promised by the then BMC commissioner Vijay Dutta for cremation of COVID bodies,” he added.

>The condition of Jadha graveyard, the lone burial ground designated to bury bodies of Muslims, is in no better condition. The problem is almost similar to crematoria.
>There is hardly any place left for new graves, payments of more than 100 bodies weren't made, as promised by the district officials, and labourers who dug the graves have got blisters on their hands.
>Between April 1 and 15, as many as 115 bodies were buried with COVID protocols. The graveyard, which was receiving 5-7 bodies a day, has been receiving 15-20 bodies since the past two-three weeks.
>Running out of place to bury the bodies, the Municipal Corporation has provided a JCB machine to the graveyard caretakers to flatten the rocky terrain and dig up the graves.
>Rehan Ahmad, caretaker of the burial ground, said he had written to the district collector to open another graveyard or provide the adjacent Wakf land to bury the bodies. “There is no place to bury new bodies. I have made my demand to the Collector. Besides, there is a patch of rocky land on the right corner of the ground. Hence, with the help of JCB, we are trying to remove the rocks and make new burial grounds,” Rehan said, adding that “we are keeping 10-15 dug graves ready in advance”.

>The crematoria, graveyards are working day and night to perform the last rites of the people who are dying of COVID-19. Nearly 1,000 such bodies were disposed of in April, yet, government data says less than 50 people have died in April.

Bernd 04/21/2021 (Wed) 16:12:25 [Preview] No.43366 del
The thing sounds like something political.
Btw if covid really runs rampant there they might be better off on the long run than countries who try to choke the thing down. A "neutrally" developed herd immunity is better than vaccinated immunity with constant "reminder" shots.
Here they did not go for it because "we don't have the hospital capacity for a sudden rise of paitents", so they had to "flatten the curve", preventing herd immunity to develop (and the quick culling of the weak). (Remember how they called that Russian man who destroys England an idiot when he said "herd immunity is important" and he had to correct it later stating: "I said: I heard, immunity is important".)

Here, on the Hungary, we're gonna see high amount of covid death, simply because we are among the worst in cardiovascular diseases and cancer. And they die easily from covid. And they ofc get covid. Cancer patients go to hospitals to get their treatment, they get covid in the hospital because Hungarian ones are more insanitary than Indian shitting streets (you break your leg you gonna get covid in the hospital here, and you're gonna be lucky if you only get covid), and then they die because cancer patients does that, and gonna get listed as covid death even if that don't added much in the end (although sure any additional condition can rush dying). Ofc for some the pneumonia following covid infection will be the end, because they are too weak to fight that. Imagine you're getting your chemo, you can barely exist you feel so shitty, then bam, fight for every tiny bit of oxygen. Now, that's a death sentence.

Bernd 04/21/2021 (Wed) 16:14:43 [Preview] No.43367 del
*don't added
I'm doing breddy good.

Bernd 04/21/2021 (Wed) 17:26:41 [Preview] No.43369 del
what about muslims that bury their dead? I have no idea what the other Indian religious group do besides Buddhists that cremate too.

Bernd 04/21/2021 (Wed) 17:41:30 [Preview] No.43370 del
nevermind, I read the rest with the gravediggers getting blisters. ironic that the worlds biggest vaccine producer doesn't manage to vaccinate its own population, although I have no idea how efficient vaxzeria/covishield (astra zenaka/oxford) and the Indian vaccine are against the latest mutation. looks like the hindu festivals and swimming in the Ganges weren't such a great idea.

Bernd 04/28/2021 (Wed) 15:17:43 [Preview] No.43419 del
Idiot retard (20) bought 5000€ worth of weapons on dorknet from USA. Was caught by Americans.
They say he was planning an American-style public shooting on revenge targets and whomever else would be present.
Weapons (glock on pic, and remington semiautomatic) were ordered by mail on his home address, packed in a microwave oven.


Bernd 04/28/2021 (Wed) 17:35:05 [Preview] No.43420 del
I would write "idiot" but you shot that down already.
What is there to shoot in Slovenia? How miserable you have to be to feel miserable in Slovenia?

Bernd 04/28/2021 (Wed) 17:46:23 [Preview] No.43421 del
I'd say certain people in our bureaucracy and law courts are more than deserving of a bullet, but doesn't sound like that's what he was going for.
A question is also why did he go buy it online like a massive faggot and not just go to Bosnia to buy 10 times cheaper. Overexposure to the American internet?

Bernd 04/28/2021 (Wed) 18:23:04 [Preview] No.43424 del
>Overexposure to the American internet?
Could be. Many people live their lives online, do couple of stuff they have to do outside, go to school, or work, no other "outside" experience, probably no friends and such. Maybe he had no idea there are other ways to obtain a weapon, or people to turn to, or I dunno.

Bernd 04/28/2021 (Wed) 18:59:05 [Preview] No.43426 del
If he got caught this easily he certainly wouldn't have a large score.

Bernd 04/28/2021 (Wed) 21:44:03 [Preview] No.43429 del
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>A question is also why did he go buy it online like a massive faggot and not just go to Bosnia to buy 10 times cheaper.

Could he buy gun there legally? I guess not. Illegal buying, even if country has cheap black market of illegal things, requires specific skill. Weed is a good example - it is everywhere in the world, and streetwise person can easily buy it even in relatively unknown place just on street. But it requires some specific social skills or known contacts, otherwise buyer would be just scammed or jailed, because he is inept. Guns are much harder.

These wannabe-shooters are mostly school autists who rarely have required social skills (or any social skills at all), and buying from internet is the only solution for them.

Bernd 04/28/2021 (Wed) 22:50:32 [Preview] No.43431 del
Fair point; but on the other hand it's also well known here that it's laughably easy to do so. If you have the courage to approach the right people, of course.

Bernd 04/30/2021 (Fri) 06:37:02 [Preview] No.43449 del
>I'd like to buy some cocaine, please
>t. doctor taub

Bernd 04/30/2021 (Fri) 13:22:12 [Preview] No.43452 del
>What is there to shoot in Slovenia? How miserable you have to be to feel miserable in Slovenia?
Scoop is now that he was a "satanist" and the shooting target was his elementary school classmates and other pilgrims at annual pilgrimage to Brezje.
Attaching his twitter profile:

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Bernd 04/30/2021 (Fri) 21:06:29 [Preview] No.43459 del
Another local war is coming. Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan (oh how horribly these names written in English) started a border clash for some irrelevant nonsense.

They've had small border dispute for ages, but looks like recent Karabakh happenings motivated sides to use force.


Considering that all Kyrgyzstan and half of Tajikistan already in Moscow, we may see grand battle between Kyrgyz Motorized Yandex.Taxi division vs Tajik Yandex.Eda Delivery infantry batallions. An Yandex civil war.

Bernd 04/30/2021 (Fri) 21:30:02 [Preview] No.43460 del
Someone has to fix that border gore.

Bernd 05/01/2021 (Sat) 11:51:32 [Preview] No.43464 del
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Tadzsikisztán and Kirgizisztán signed a cease fire. Proofs:
War for water. More to come, at least this is what I heard in the early 2000s.

t. american border establisher

Bernd 05/02/2021 (Sun) 11:34:37 [Preview] No.43469 del
It would seem that Chinese vaccines are hilariously garbage. Just as one'd expect from a Made in China product.

China hoped they could use vaccine exports and cheap deals to build diplomatic reputation. But it turns out that their Sinovac, specifically designed to be halal (Indonesia and UAE loved it), is garbage and doesn't work as intended.
Testing in Brazil earlier showed 50.7% efficacy. But earlier trial results that showed 49.6% efficacy (50% had to be passed to be given an OK – was the number fudged in later stages?) also showed only 35% when including asymptomatic positives.
Chile received a big shipment of Chinese vaccines, which is why it's currently near the top of the most vaccinated countries. But it turned out, after a big outbreak directly following relaxed epidemic measures after vaccination drive, that a single shot was only 3%-16% effective (lol), though after second shot that's supposedly up to 67%.
China, like in so many other technological areas where it likes to use international propaganda to boast about advancement, has used 60s technology and is now suffering comparative shit results.
That China ordered 100M doses of Pfizer back in December already says all you need to know – they don't trust their own product themselves.


Bernd 05/02/2021 (Sun) 14:04:04 [Preview] No.43472 del
When I read such use I get the feeling the rival companies smear shit onto each other. These news are good for media outlets too, due to sensationalism.
Read an article on cdc's website that the "effectiveness" of flu shots fluctuates between 10 and 60%. I really doubt any of these covid vaccines do better.
Oh maybe you know the answer (I'm too sleepy to look it up rn): do the vaccinated test positive for covid?

Bernd 05/02/2021 (Sun) 15:52:31 [Preview] No.43473 del
>Read an article on cdc's website that the "effectiveness" of flu shots fluctuates between 10 and 60%. I really doubt any of these covid vaccines do better.
Flu has an additional problem of having high immunity evasion (corona doesn't show that nearly as much) so it's always a guess, whether vaccine will be effective against viruses that will evolve over the next season.
>do the vaccinated test positive for covid?
PCR: no
RAT: I believe most of those detect the nucleocapsid, not the spike protein which is in the vaccine, and even then RAT swap is from the nose and vaccine isn't nasally administered, so again no

Bernd 05/02/2021 (Sun) 17:04:44 [Preview] No.43474 del
>I read such use
I meant "news"... ofc

Bernd 05/02/2021 (Sun) 20:08:07 [Preview] No.43476 del
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More than a dozen large European football clubs decided to create an international super league outside the normal structure of the national leagues guaranteeing secure places for them, no relegation, no risk, no fair play, just money money money. Fans are pissed.
Just today MU fans invaded the pitch to express their pissedness. Despite MU owners backpedaling on the membership in this league.

Thanks. I think I'll read more about this.

Bernd 05/02/2021 (Sun) 20:25:38 [Preview] No.43477 del
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Norf FC nationalism saving the day yet again!

Bernd 05/03/2021 (Mon) 04:18:09 [Preview] No.43478 del
Juventus is the best team because they were sponsored by CY games, the people that make Granblue fantasy and Princess connect.

Bernd 05/04/2021 (Tue) 07:18:24 [Preview] No.43491 del
No German teams in the founding 12.
It's liek the Judeo-Plutocrat-Anglo vs. Germany again, just liek Szálasi wrote.

Bernd 05/04/2021 (Tue) 09:00:44 [Preview] No.43492 del
Oh, and Germany will lose as usual ofc, and the Super League will include German clubs as well (and French since they are Judeo-Plutocrat-Anglo sockpuppets).

Bernd 05/04/2021 (Tue) 10:02:46 [Preview] No.43493 del
There were no Frencn clubs ins either's (there were many speculations about PSG joining when it was announced but as we see it all went nowhere)

Bernd 05/04/2021 (Tue) 16:43:12 [Preview] No.43498 del
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They fear him.

Bernd 05/07/2021 (Fri) 15:12:36 [Preview] No.43531 del
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Finally. Hungary is leading in something.

I wonder what's about illnesses with flue-like, common cold like symptoms. How many cases happen, and if tests could produce false positive covids from those. I read hundreds of viruses and bacteria cause flu like symptoms, it's just useless to test them since all treated the same (rest, drink fluids, if the fever goes high bring it down), and they are fairly harmless by the end of the day.
Plus I'm curious about our death statistics, grouped by causes. I dl'd a preliminary report from out central statistics institution, broken down to weekly basis and age groups (but not cause of death), from 2015 January to 2021 April. Fiddled with it a bit, liek calculated averages and maximum from 2015 January to 2019 December and checked where it's higher than average after that date. Interestingly in older age groups already in 2020 January and February there were higher mortality than average. I assume however simply winter months are harder on the oldtimers, so have to check previous years too and see if it's a regular thing.
But what I'm really curious about if cancer and cardiovascular death causes will feature with less numbers. They have to since those guy dies in covid chiefly (this is why we are ranked 1st in picrel, we lead cancer and such statistics too).

Bernd 05/10/2021 (Mon) 10:34:47 [Preview] No.43551 del
Elon Musk is Autistic. AHAHAHAH!

Bernd 05/10/2021 (Mon) 10:40:38 [Preview] No.43552 del
Hey, Elon. How are you doing. Throw some bucks at Endchan will you.

Bernd 05/10/2021 (Mon) 11:51:03 [Preview] No.43553 del
.... Just what are you implying here?

Bernd 05/10/2021 (Mon) 12:00:41 [Preview] No.43554 del
No implications, clear as day.
You thought you're gonna have some anonymous fun, then threw that autism thing about yourself in the "fake" news thread. Now, pay up buddy.

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Bernd 05/11/2021 (Tue) 19:15:51 [Preview] No.43572 del
School shooting happened, this time in Kazan (capital of the Tatarstan republic).

Some guy who studied in this school 4 years ago gone crazy, decided that he is god and humans must die (at least messages from his social media accounts say so). Then he bought a shotgun, made few bombs and did that traditional American thing. Now there are 9 dead and dozens of wounded, shooter didn't kill himself and arrested by police.

Sources say that he was a nice calm person, studied in college but few months ago dropped out because he stopped visiting it.


https://youtube.com/watch?v=JO2Ysecu91w [Embed]

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he is god I hear

Bernd 05/12/2021 (Wed) 06:39:18 [Preview] No.43576 del
Russia's gonna catch up with the declining west in everything.
>at least messages from his social media accounts say so
We'll we are what our social media accounts say we are. Obviously.
>9 dead and dozens of wounded
Is it known he had any training previously?
>arrested by police
He won't enjoy prison.
>Sources say that he was a nice calm person, studied in college but few months ago dropped out because he stopped visiting it.
I assume it was a gradual thing instead of a sudden thing, but noone looked deep enough.
>eighth graders
>"It's not that hard to make your life happy"
Are we talking about Russia?
>Reports initially said that there were two gunmen and that one of them had been killed. But officials later said there was only one suspect, named locally as Ilnaz Galyaviev.
This gonna be told as some FSB op where they put the blame onto crazy scapegoat, while they targeted some kid of some Putin rival or something.

Bernd 05/17/2021 (Mon) 10:36:59 [Preview] No.43641 del
The fascists are actually fining people that don't scan QR codes at shops now. They have plain clothes Gestapo who will catch you and fine you $1060 if you don't scan. I never even scan because I'm not a phoneposter loser so I can't anyway.

I'm really surprised how calmly everybody takes this. The government is literally recording the exact locations and movement patterns of the entire population and not even conspiracy nut jobs seem to care much about it.

Bernd 05/17/2021 (Mon) 10:38:13 [Preview] No.43642 del
In my state(SA) in Australia I mean(they gave me the wrong flag again)

Bernd 05/17/2021 (Mon) 10:45:20 [Preview] No.43643 del
>anal tests for coronavirus

And now the bright future: anal ventilation. Enjoy your 21st century.


>The new method will need to undergo safety testing in people, but Takebe says he can envision injecting oxygen-loaded fluids through the anus to help save human lives when standard ventilation methods are unavailable, as for example, during the recent coronavirus pandemic.

Bernd 05/17/2021 (Mon) 11:31:24 [Preview] No.43644 del
If only it was just the 21st century...


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>scan QR codes at shops
What's this?

In case of emergency, use picrel.

Bernd 05/17/2021 (Mon) 14:06:15 [Preview] No.43646 del
>What's this?

I thought it would be widespread. When you go to a shop or any kind of place now really there will be a QR code out the front and you have to scan that and it goes to some government database. So that if an outbreak of Covid were to occur the government could trace everybody who could have been in contact with the people that have had it or who went to stores that they went too.

Bernd 05/17/2021 (Mon) 14:22:04 [Preview] No.43647 del
And people are gonna queueueueue to scan that shit with their phone? What a waste of time. Why not just follow their fukin GPS? People are incapable of leaving their personal wiretap at home.
>could trace everybody who could have been in contact with the people
This is useless too. "Contact research."

I only know about the vaccinated ID QR code stuff. Peeps can scan it with their phone and feel very protected and such.

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But now with the Science (tm), not like in ancient past.

>When you go to a shop or any kind of place now really there will be a QR code out the front and you have to scan that and it goes to some government database.

Do they check that you have scanned this code in realtime? Otherwise you may just pretend to use phone to scan, and do nothing.

We've had this system though, but optional, and no one scanned these codes.

Although in Moscow there were QR-code passes for going out by transport at Summer 2020 - two passes for person in one week if you have no special reason like lockdown-excluded work. Starting point and destination was required to get pass, although there were no system that checks your route properly. But cameras on roads were used to track and automatically fine offenders without passes, and people were checked in metro or buses. Fines were pretty large.

Bernd 05/17/2021 (Mon) 19:55:20 [Preview] No.43651 del
One thing I don't see mentioned. How they breath out the CO2?

Bernd 05/27/2021 (Thu) 07:10:25 [Preview] No.43803 del
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Brits banned crypto ads since it did not told people it's a pyramid scam and will lose money if they don't involve others to pump the price up.

Bernd 05/27/2021 (Thu) 07:54:39 [Preview] No.43804 del
I know that in Australia we take things like that seriously, there are laws about who can actually give financial advise and how you can do it so that if for example somebody on youtube talked about how he thought x share was going to explode he would have to add at the end 'this is not financial advise do you or research' or something like that otherwise he could be charged. We are tougher on market manipulation too. It would make sense that Britain thought like this, or in fact it is probably the other way around.

Bernd 05/27/2021 (Thu) 07:55:49 [Preview] No.43805 del
do you or research

I meant do your own research.

Bernd 05/27/2021 (Thu) 10:22:23 [Preview] No.43806 del
Yeah, we also have all kinds of warnings. Although I'm not sure about financial stuff. I can recall just throwing insurance company's name in and such.

Bernd 06/02/2021 (Wed) 16:06:07 [Preview] No.43850 del
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Sweet story.
Small settlement on the Eastern Hungary, population ~3000, the vast majority is gypsies. The article says as the covid pandemic reached the village they took it seriously since people got quarantined by the dozen. Then after the first wave went away they did not cared anymore, and misinformation spread about the vaccines - like "they spread the disease with the vaccine" or "the problem with the injection that it has no antidote"-, a pair of siblings died after they got their covid shots, and now the gypsies don't want to get vaccinated.
I suspect (very reasonable speculation based on the article) up to date they got the experience that barely anyone had any serious issue after contacting covid (they aren't wrong). And when those two died they made the connection, it was because of the vaccine. The two died of covid ofc, but they had serious illnesses beside.

In other news, Australians boycotting Snickers because it's made in China.

Bernd 06/19/2021 (Sat) 14:29:32 [Preview] No.44064 del
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Well I kinda missed this Euro Cup. Maybe by not that much. But I'm breddy sure I won't watch the matches and draw Polanball comics. Oh well.
Now our team is playing with Fronce right now. As mentioned some time before in the group we got Fronce, Germoney, and Poortugal as opponents. So no way we're moving forward.
But just at half time we managed to score a goal. And just now I watched Fronce score an equalizer. 1-1 for now. At least the only white bloke scored against us, hehe.

Bernd 06/19/2021 (Sat) 14:57:06 [Preview] No.44065 del
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Well, this is an X. 1-1
Nice, we have a point now. Unexpected but pleasant.

Bernd 06/19/2021 (Sat) 17:56:02 [Preview] No.44067 del
Germany 4 - 2 Portugal
...and 4 was scored by Portugal...
Otherwise very nice match, it was.

Bernd 06/19/2021 (Sat) 20:57:33 [Preview] No.44068 del
Polan also X-ed, good result against Spain.
Spain 1 - 1 Polan

Bernd 06/20/2021 (Sun) 16:17:25 [Preview] No.44077 del
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Here's leveler.

Bernd 06/20/2021 (Sun) 16:42:44 [Preview] No.44078 del
Vote starts tomorrow. Looking forward to seeing him getting btfo.

Bernd 06/20/2021 (Sun) 16:44:52 [Preview] No.44079 del
You guys having an election? Could you give a quick rundown about the parties? In the politics thread: >>36217 ?

Bernd 06/20/2021 (Sun) 17:37:25 [Preview] No.44080 del
>Could you give a quick rundown about the parties? In the politics thread
No. I know nothing about politics. Thats why i put it here and not the politics thread.

Bernd 06/20/2021 (Sun) 19:30:26 [Preview] No.44081 del
Ah okay.
I see tomorrow will be the no-confidence vote, and that will decide how to proceed. If it passes, the PM has to go, and then there might be a snap election (next general election would be in 2022). Or they elect a caretaker government until then.
Here's a month old chart about how the parties are standing.
According to Wikipee minority government runs the country, Soc-Dems are in coalition with the Greens. The Centre Party and the Liberals supports them with votes (they still short for a majority), and based on the articles it seems the Left Party as well. Their chief opponent is the Sweden Democrats party which is called "far-right" by the articles. Interesting.

Bernd 06/20/2021 (Sun) 20:57:12 [Preview] No.44082 del
Sounds pretty accurate.

Bernd 06/21/2021 (Mon) 09:05:01 [Preview] No.44087 del
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There might be more postenings on my behalf about the Euro Cup 2020, so I looked up some rule changes I noticed. Well, one I noticed: I saw substitutes just flooding the field in a seemingly unstoppable torrent. Turns out due to "fixture congestion" (caused by the pandemic) players have larger burden of them, so all in all 6 substitutes are allowed (5 during the base gametime and the 6th in overtime).
They also added rules about rescheduling in case players test with corona, which I won't list, but good to know now such are in effect.
This cup (the 60th) is also special because the matches are played all over Europe, in many countries, who won the bid for one stadium, this is called "pan-European tournament format"; instead of the original one when one country gets to organize the tournament (sometimes couple of countries co-host it, like in 2012 Poland and Ukraine did).
Maybe interesting to note: only Budapest allows full house venues, other hosts decided to run the stadiums on reduced capacity due to covid.

Here are the groups.
For now only the Group A is decided, Italy advances with ease, I would have expected from them, if I had checked the tables first. The other is Wales.
Croatia isn't doing well in her group.
Good news is, if we beat Germany, and France does that with Portugal, then we will advance. The bad news is, for that we have to beat Germany (and I'm not sure France will beat Portugal).

Bernd 06/21/2021 (Mon) 10:08:51 [Preview] No.44088 del
He lost the vote. First time in swedish history

Bernd 06/21/2021 (Mon) 11:26:45 [Preview] No.44089 del
Any news what will happen, or wen they decide what's next?

Bernd 06/21/2021 (Mon) 16:26:45 [Preview] No.44090 del
If the Riksdag concludes that it does not have confidence in the Prime Minister, the entire government must resign or call for an extraordinary election. The government must decide within a week of the declaration of no confidence that an extraordinary election will be held. If the Prime Minister and the Government resign instead, the speaker of riksdag will begin his task of proposing a new Prime Minister.

Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

Bernd 06/21/2021 (Mon) 16:28:10 [Preview] No.44091 del
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Basically 1 more week to see what will happen.

Bernd 06/21/2021 (Mon) 16:39:39 [Preview] No.44093 del
These days DeepL is better than Google translate. I notice it with languages like Russian and such.
Thanks btw.
What people think about this event, considering it is the first time it happens. How do you feel about it? Don't need to be political opinion.

Bernd 06/21/2021 (Mon) 17:24:16 [Preview] No.44108 del
>What people think about this event, considering it is the first time it happens. How do you feel about it? Don't need to be political opinion
From what i've seen alot of people seem to be happy with this. The prime minister isnt liked much. I feel happy and im going to celebrate tonight.

Bernd 06/21/2021 (Mon) 17:26:42 [Preview] No.44110 del
Cool. Have some fun, Bernd.

Bernd 06/22/2021 (Tue) 18:02:34 [Preview] No.44138 del
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Daily Duterte.
He threatened with jail and "shots for pigs" if not vaccinated, or they should just leave the country. Earlier said he will shot those who violate lockdown restrictions.
Right now inoculation is voluntary, but they could make it mandatory. Also Duterte expressed that he can order village chiefs to make a list of the unvaccinated.
Btw it seems the Philippines stands very well. They had 1,3 million (reported) cases, and about 24000 died. It's way better than Hungary's statistics, especially considering their population is ~110 million peeps.

Bernd 06/22/2021 (Tue) 20:16:19 [Preview] No.44140 del
There is a case in Slovenia currently unfolding regarding dumpings of poo poo.

2 weeks ago someone unloaded 200m³ of sewage treatment plant sediment in a forest. It was noticed because nearby downstream is a botanical garden, and there was a well for 5 farms that also got polluted.
It turned out that the sediment came from Ptuj sewage system, but it's not clear who is responsible for the operation. Normally most of Slovenia exported sewage to Hungary but they stopped accepting it last year, and there's no processing facility in Slovenia, so some resorted to illegal (and potentially dangerous) methods of disposing it somewhere people won't notice it.
But they noticed this time.

Since then, several other dumpings have been discovered – it is weird how nobody ever reported anything before that.

Bernd 06/22/2021 (Tue) 20:30:09 [Preview] No.44141 del
Just an unconventional fertilizer.

Bernd 06/23/2021 (Wed) 09:05:33 [Preview] No.44155 del
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Did a bit of googling. Hungarian articles related to Slovenian sewage sediments came in two waves back in 2019 July and late August, as people noticed something smells from the direction of old clay mines. I think chiefly opposition media made big stuff about it, since it seems various companies close to Fidesz are importing the shit not just from Slovenia, but Croatia and Italy too. Hungary was the second largest poo importer of Europe between Germany and France, in 2016. The sludge can be used as replacement soil, healing "landscape wounds" with it, and "energy reed" can be grow upon it (for biofuel, like Miscanthus spp.).
After the initial media attention and supposed outcry (the media says so, some of the headlines are quite combative) officials and fags from ministries said they'll do something about it, no big deal, since it doesn't need special treatment (unlike batteries for example) every country can solve their problems at home.
The next wave of articles used a Slovenian source (it seems Total Slovenia News) which says Slovenia could get into trouble with the sludge herself.
Then I suppose we stopped the import and now those who are at the end of Slovenian sewerage try to do something with all the sediments. Maybe they payed to someone to move it and those dumped it illegally.

Here's two Slovenian links I found in the articles, second is in English:

And couple of Hungarian articles:

Bernd 06/23/2021 (Wed) 18:22:14 [Preview] No.44160 del
In little more than half an hour it's Germany vs. Hungary Euro Cup match starts.
After beating them, the rest of the tournament will be a breeze.

Bernd 06/23/2021 (Wed) 19:13:38 [Preview] No.44161 del
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Holy fugg. We are leading with 1-0!!!
12 minutes in

Bernd 06/23/2021 (Wed) 19:43:07 [Preview] No.44162 del
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Raining hard. The field's getting slippery.
Also arena is empty, partially due to covid restrictions.

Bernd 06/23/2021 (Wed) 19:52:26 [Preview] No.44163 del
Okay we are on the break with a one goal vantage. Germs possess the ball more, but their attacks aren't that dangerous. Ofc realistically the match is still unwinnable for us, but miracles happen all the time. Right?

Bernd 06/23/2021 (Wed) 20:05:44 [Preview] No.44164 del
Rooting for you down here in Oz.

Bernd 06/23/2021 (Wed) 20:06:24 [Preview] No.44165 del
Great! Thanks.

Bernd 06/23/2021 (Wed) 20:07:32 [Preview] No.44166 del
Second half started, Germans are attacking ofc right at the beginning.

Bernd 06/23/2021 (Wed) 20:12:40 [Preview] No.44167 del
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Here's the Hungarian stream. If some script blocking addon is used bunch of shit must be enabled.

Bernd 06/23/2021 (Wed) 20:21:31 [Preview] No.44168 del
Heh. Free kick at the 16th.

Bernd 06/23/2021 (Wed) 20:22:37 [Preview] No.44169 del
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Missed. Too bad.

Bernd 06/23/2021 (Wed) 20:26:33 [Preview] No.44170 del
It's fun only hearing the Hungarian fans.
Fugg. Germs leveled the match. Now we have to score.

Bernd 06/23/2021 (Wed) 20:28:07 [Preview] No.44171 del

Bernd 06/23/2021 (Wed) 20:28:42 [Preview] No.44172 del
It's liek 1 minutes.
The second header. JESUS MARY!!!!!!

Bernd 06/23/2021 (Wed) 20:43:57 [Preview] No.44173 del
Nooo. 2-2

Bernd 06/23/2021 (Wed) 20:45:44 [Preview] No.44174 del
bloody germans

Bernd 06/23/2021 (Wed) 20:53:21 [Preview] No.44175 del
That's okay. Maybe we won't win, this team is doing breddy gud compared to the suffering of the past 35 years.

Bernd 06/23/2021 (Wed) 20:54:14 [Preview] No.44176 del
Your boys have done well.

Bernd 06/23/2021 (Wed) 20:55:14 [Preview] No.44177 del
Yes. Thank you for your support.
Hopefully it will get better.

Bernd 06/23/2021 (Wed) 20:58:45 [Preview] No.44178 del
Players are crying. They fought well.

Bernd 06/23/2021 (Wed) 20:59:43 [Preview] No.44179 del
It's a pity it couldn't have been a home game.

Bernd 06/23/2021 (Wed) 21:00:21 [Preview] No.44180 del
Yeah. Germs could play all of their games at home. Such cases.

Bernd 06/23/2021 (Wed) 21:07:11 [Preview] No.44181 del
It is strange that referee didn't add at least one minute after that series of slow-played corners in the end.

Bernd 06/23/2021 (Wed) 21:08:52 [Preview] No.44182 del
Did you watch?!
I dunno. A four minutes extra time is long. For us it wouldn't have mattered, we got tired, and the Germs close well.

Bernd 06/23/2021 (Wed) 21:19:02 [Preview] No.44185 del
>Did you watch?!

Second time only, switching to Portugal game sometimes.

>I dunno. A four minutes extra time is long.

Football has no "clean time" like hockey, so it is referee decision to continue the match even if additional time is over. Germans did very slow play at start of additional time - maybe even minute was lost while they "tried" to do these corners. In such cases referees often allow play some additional time. But this match ended precisely after additional 4 minutes. Although it's referee decision anyway, he has right.

>or us it wouldn't have mattered, we got tired, and the Germs close well.

There is always a chance. Second Hungarian goal was sudden and partially based on luck, so they could score another one with some luck too. Although Germans were solid in defense, of course.

Bernd 06/23/2021 (Wed) 21:30:27 [Preview] No.44187 del
>Second time only, switching to Portugal game sometimes.
Ah I see. Makes sense.
>There is always a chance.
Some, sure.

Now I'm listening our head coach, he just said: the weird thing is, that with this 2-2, we are sad, and the Germans are celebrating, basically besides they advance, they had to work hard for this result. And yeah, they were out of ideas and short on steam too. Also he'd like to play a bit more attacking style in the future.
Germs will play the Brits in the knockout stage. We'll see.
I'm gonna support Seashore Hungary during the rest of the tournament.

Bernd 06/24/2021 (Thu) 17:21:20 [Preview] No.44197 del
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Visibility bump for Slovenian poop problem.

Bernd 06/24/2021 (Thu) 20:02:38 [Preview] No.44201 del
Update: there's indications that the poop dispensers are ML Surovine, owned by Aljoša Alkhatib, a gypsy from Zalog near Ljubljana. It is registered as a business in handling non-dangerous waste. He has a huge private trashyard there which is smelled horrible, locals complained about it. He was already caught dispensing poo poo before, in October last year, on the other side of Slovenia, in Lokev in Kras region (pic 1). His trashyard also occasionally catches fire, last time in April last year (pic 2 and 3). He denies burning it himself though.

Bernd 06/25/2021 (Fri) 16:05:11 [Preview] No.44210 del
He just wants Slovenia's lands to be fertile and rich. He couldn't have known the sludge needs treatment first. And he did the whole thing in secret because it was a selfless act on his behalf did not want in return anything.
He obviously cares a lot about the environment, look at all those solar panels on the roof.

Bernd 06/28/2021 (Mon) 12:54:45 [Preview] No.44240 del
He has now resigned.

Bernd 06/28/2021 (Mon) 15:11:42 [Preview] No.44241 del
has the rent regulation issue been resolved?

Bernd 06/28/2021 (Mon) 15:56:27 [Preview] No.44242 del
What rent regulation issue?

Bernd 06/29/2021 (Tue) 18:37:08 [Preview] No.44251 del
England knocked the Germans out. They have a real chance to reach the final.

Bernd 06/30/2021 (Wed) 14:23:26 [Preview] No.44253 del
Sweden's SocDem's proposed the ending of rent reguöation for newly gonstructed apartments in Sweden which resulted in the downfall of the government

Bernd 06/30/2021 (Wed) 15:08:26 [Preview] No.44254 del
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>What rent regulation issue?
>Yeah, what issue?
>Hmm, rent regulation issue...
>There's no issues here.

Bernd 06/30/2021 (Wed) 15:14:55 [Preview] No.44255 del
Btw she's called baastad, keks

Bernd 06/30/2021 (Wed) 16:20:37 [Preview] No.44256 del
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30 years of independent Slovenia, a mistake. besides creating a shitposter called slovborg, they irritate the world by being mixed up with Slovakia. 30 years are enough.

Bernd 06/30/2021 (Wed) 17:20:21 [Preview] No.44257 del
Yes, we commemorated the notable day. Somewhere below in another thread.
Never heard of it.

Bernd 07/02/2021 (Fri) 18:54:29 [Preview] No.44280 del
I think today I'm gonna watch the Belgium-Italy match.
This whole cup got politicized through by westerners, blm and lgbt mixed in the whole crap. They forcing teams to kneel, and they sperg out how (chiefly Eastern Euro and such, but there were some surprises like Sweden) teams do not. It's hilarious because not negers try forcing people to kneel but the same privileged, rich whites who exploited everyone around them (among those the negers) and still do.

Bernd 07/02/2021 (Fri) 21:05:21 [Preview] No.44281 del
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Italy won, 1-2.
Was nice game all in all. Belgium pushed on, and hat a couple of scoring opportunities, but could only score one from a penalty. First goal was very nice, quick action. By the end of the game the Italians started to break up the match by lengthening every moment when the ball wasn't in play, that wasn't really nice but understandable.
Maybe Italians have a tournament final in them.

Bernd 07/07/2021 (Wed) 23:41:40 [Preview] No.44330 del

>overtax booze
>let middle class shrink
>people start to consume more drugs everyday
>okay so I think we should legalize it
wtf? why this government is so stupid to the point of being experimental dyspotia? just let poor people drink and stop screwing our economy but nooooo the rich needs to be richer and poor must be poorer even it means to legalizing drugs. it's the islamists who are advocating for it, so much for muh tradition.

Bernd 07/08/2021 (Thu) 06:01:41 [Preview] No.44331 del
Turkey should discover and embrace radish. Graze it.

Bernd 07/08/2021 (Thu) 16:25:00 [Preview] No.44335 del
So they pushed hard against alcohol only to end up growing weed. Ironic.

Bernd 07/08/2021 (Thu) 16:28:44 [Preview] No.44336 del
Maybe Koran only forbids grain and fruit juice but not other convenient plants. Wonder if says anything about Fly agaric.

Bernd 07/08/2021 (Thu) 20:06:05 [Preview] No.44338 del
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>it's the islamists who are advocating for it, so much for muh tradition.

Hashish has long history in Muslim world, so maybe weed is viewed as lesser evil than alcohol.

Bernd 07/11/2021 (Sun) 19:19:31 [Preview] No.44364 del
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England leads with 1. Not sure when they scored, I started to watch at 10 mins in.

Bernd 07/11/2021 (Sun) 19:23:37 [Preview] No.44365 del
I'd support Italy, btw. But was pointed out that an English win would make butthurt all. Breddy gud reason to support England I have to say. Would be a hard decision, but either wins, I can't lose.

Bernd 07/11/2021 (Sun) 19:36:20 [Preview] No.44366 del
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Here's first goal. Quite nice. Great pass, right onto his leg, just needed a bit of tap. At 1:56, that was quick.

Bernd 07/11/2021 (Sun) 19:53:46 [Preview] No.44367 del
Half time. England still preserves the lead.

Bernd 07/11/2021 (Sun) 20:29:11 [Preview] No.44368 del
Italy levelled. 67 mins
It was an exciting game, the pressure should be put on by both team, it's gonna be even more exciting.

Bernd 07/11/2021 (Sun) 20:33:17 [Preview] No.44369 del
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Here's the equalizer.

Bernd 07/11/2021 (Sun) 20:51:48 [Preview] No.44370 del
6 minutes overtime. For now.

Bernd 07/11/2021 (Sun) 20:58:48 [Preview] No.44371 del
Still X. Break, then 30 mins more. Fugg.

Bernd 07/11/2021 (Sun) 21:02:48 [Preview] No.44372 del
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2x15 mins more.

Bernd 07/11/2021 (Sun) 21:17:42 [Preview] No.44373 del
Commentator said:
>Donnarumma should have stop one shot in the second minute. Beside that no other shots was on his net.

Bernd 07/11/2021 (Sun) 21:39:10 [Preview] No.44374 del
3 mins on the extra-extra-extra time. Then penalties.

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Bernd 07/11/2021 (Sun) 21:52:07 [Preview] No.44376 del
Keks. Rashford tricked Donnarumma, who moved away, Rashford then shot to the other side... to hit the post.

Bernd 07/11/2021 (Sun) 21:53:48 [Preview] No.44377 del
I don't get it why fags don't target the higher corners? These are great players, they can put the ball wherever they want.

Bernd 07/11/2021 (Sun) 21:57:12 [Preview] No.44378 del
Italy won. They scored 3 penalties against 2 English.
Rashford fugged it up big time, otherwise both goalies caught two.

Bernd 07/12/2021 (Mon) 06:39:40 [Preview] No.44379 del
The missed opportunity.

Bernd 07/12/2021 (Mon) 18:56:05 [Preview] No.44382 del
2 groups of high school graduates returned from Spain. First one (334) returned July 3, 108 confirmed pozzed, infected 51 more at home. Second one (318) returned July 8, 26 confirmed pozzed, infected 6 more at home.
Some of them have already left the country and are now holidaying on in Croatia.

How's summer festivals looking this year btw?

Bernd 07/12/2021 (Mon) 19:05:26 [Preview] No.44385 del
We don't have any covid. Orbán did the same as vidrel, and it worked for him.

Bernd 07/13/2021 (Tue) 09:41:39 [Preview] No.44388 del
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>I don't get it why fags don't target the higher corners? These are great players, they can put the ball wherever they want.

No one knows. People who have billions in wages and train to play every day must do anything with ball in any condition, yet they still miss even in easy situations.

Bernd 07/13/2021 (Tue) 13:59:37 [Preview] No.44389 del

Bernd 07/20/2021 (Tue) 19:49:25 [Preview] No.44487 del
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Scandal on the Hungary.
Large western media outlets (and Amnesty International) acquired a client list of Israeli IT company, the NSO, specializing in creating what essentially spyware, putting wiretap into the wiretap everyone uses as smartphones. With the client list came a victim list as well.
Turns out the govt. of Hungary also uses the program, called Pegasus, and observed, and wire-tapped a bunch of people, whom they thought they should.
On one occasion they gathered the whole conversation that happened at a diner hosted by some businessmen. All the phones of every the participants were bugged. Apparently they talked about how the political situation is shit - which is basically every conversation ever on the Hungary. Related to that this quote is hilarious:
>“Two weeks after the dinner, someone contacted me to say: I knew you had this dinner, it’s very dangerous, you shouldn’t be doing that,”
What could they say that's "dangerous"? Srsly sounds like if we were in the '50s. I can't imagine what could be such things. Orbán, the Fidesz, and the govt. knows very well who does not support them and what could they think. They know they want to take the power out from their hands. They can't say anything that would surprise anyone... Did they plan assassination or what?
This thing surely does not add to the sense of security of anyone.
Here's more info about the whole thing, and and a Hungarian specific article (should be in English):

Bernd 07/20/2021 (Tue) 21:59:11 [Preview] No.44488 del
as zoomers would say, sus

It was reported in Slovenia, but not much came out of it. Considering the media absolutely hate our prime minister Janez Janša, and given that he's trying very hard to be an ally of Orbán, it's a bit surprising. Has he not been a beneficiary of the program too? Or are they perhaps wisely silent, since it was the media-bureaucratic establishment and their parties and circles that used the program, and don't want to open an investigation?

Bernd 07/21/2021 (Wed) 10:53:34 [Preview] No.44499 del
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That Forbidden Stories group says it was used in 50 countries. They have other articles, but I can't find a fukin searchbox on their site.
Here's a map where they tapped journalists.
For now in Hungarian media (well on the new site - Index - I normally link) no news if the threads of this scandal reach Slovenia or not. I dunno if Slovenian media is looking into it. I can imagine us passing intel to other countries with good relations if there's info they might interested in. Or barter with such info.
On the other hand I saw articles noticing the good relations between our governments. Like "the Slovenian Prime Minister defended Orbán again", or noting Orbán spent so much money when he traveled to Slovenia (during the pandemic he dared to travel, this is also scandalous).

Bernd 07/21/2021 (Wed) 21:18:38 [Preview] No.44510 del
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It is fun to see that some people still believe that electronic privacy exists and these kinds of news are stunning for them. Everyone know about these things for years, and even those with half brain must know about this after Snowden.

Yet these happenings still lead to media shitstorm, while they are no more significant than daily weather reports.

Bernd 07/22/2021 (Thu) 07:52:16 [Preview] No.44512 del
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There are several stuff that comes to my mind regarding this case.
People are get used to feed Big Tech with their own data with two hands shoveling their private info and agreeing on every term of use that violates their privacy. But they are clueless they're doing this, and even those who is a bit tech savvy just shrug and live their life on.
On the other hand it is one thing that Google, Facebook and co. knows about every bit of data, and they share it with US govt. agencies, but getting that data from them by some other govt. like the Hungarian is another, it might be not that easy. I dunno how this works, I assume they can ask for the data, either from the company or from NSA for example, but those can shrug it off. It seems to me, that this monitoring they did with the Pegasus wasn't part of any investigation, they were just curious. If there were a legal case, then sure said companies and agencies probably would help, but without any why would they care?
Ofc there are the local companies, chiefly the ISPs, most of the communication will run on their infrastructure so they literally know everything that being exchanged between two devices. So through their infrastructure that data can be accessed. But even a https isn't that easy to just read. But then if they could "hack" the Pegasus onto their phones, they probably would be able to crack https traffic.
And anyway law enforcement has their ways for a long time now to acquire data. However - again - this thing wasn't part of official investigation, just some monkey business.
Luckily this year some changes were made in the law here, now a policeman (or any investigative officer) is allowed to "clandestinely" acquire net traffic without any authorization from a judge or prosecutor, on the basis of suspicion that a crime is being committed. Now everyone with a good buddy in the law enforcement can know everything about anyone.
Not to mention this:
EU based agencies is monitoring instant messaging now (legally) and gonna emails from Sept too.
I might move to Siberia deliberately.

Bernd 07/23/2021 (Fri) 09:29:41 [Preview] No.44514 del
>On the other hand it is one thing that Google, Facebook and co. knows about every bit of data, and they share it with US govt. agencies, but getting that data from them by some other govt. like the Hungarian is another, it might be not that easy. I dunno how this works, I assume they can ask for the data, either from the company or from NSA for example, but those can shrug it off.

Pegasus basically is another "agency" that is much easily accessible than NSA for small client. And there are more. It is misconception that only big players and superpower governments may access to required data, now everyone with some money can.

For example, in Russia anyone can buy almost any private data that government has. Like dates and places where you parked your car (on payed parking), bank info, phone logs, photos etc. Commercial funeral agents visit you faster than ambulance when you call about dead body, because emergency services sells your data on moment when you call. And of course it is all forbidden, there are privacy laws, and government says that this time your data is surely protected properly.

Bernd 07/23/2021 (Fri) 17:03:08 [Preview] No.44515 del
Have to master the art of not generating any data.

Bernd 07/24/2021 (Sat) 17:44:40 [Preview] No.44522 del
On the Northern Hungary peeps protesting against a law amendment about covid-passport. Speakers demanded freedom, the resignation of the government. They refuse vaccination, testing, and declared the pandemic is a scam.

Meanwhile on the Hungary we had gay Pride Parade, which is essentially an anti-govt protest, after the "anti-homosexual" law they passed earlier (it's a child protection law, part of it forbids the education minors about homosex and sex change operation). Many pictures on the link below somewhere.

Bernd 07/26/2021 (Mon) 09:11:25 [Preview] No.44559 del
More news about the Pegasus scandal. International now.
On the target list heads of governments and states can be found. Among them Macron, who changed his phone and number, then called the Israeli PM, Bennett, and requested thorough investigation. Being on the target list doesn't mean actual wire-tapping happened.
Two links:
I really like this line:
>"The platform we produce prevents terrorist attacks and saves lives,"
Who is on the list?
France - Macron
Iraq - Barham Salih
South Africa - Cyril Ramaphosa
Yemen - Ahmed Obeid bin Daghr
Lebanon - Saad Hariri
Uganda - Ruhakana Rugunda
France - Éduard Philippe
Khazakstan - Bakitzhan Saintayev
Algeria - Noureddine Bedoui
Belgium - Charles Michel
King of Morocco - Mohammed VI
Btw, the suspect of listening in Macron's conversations is Morocco.

Bernd 07/26/2021 (Mon) 09:19:42 [Preview] No.44560 del
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Bernd 07/27/2021 (Tue) 21:15:37 [Preview] No.44583 del
The Olympics in Tokyo are looking to be an upset for American competitors.

It started with women's football team losing 3-0 to Sweden, before the games even officially started. (At least they managed to qualify for the knockout stage, after defeating New Zealand and drawing Australia)
Then, their men's basketball team lost to France, 83-76. The players were disorganised and it was obvious that NBA stars are not used to playing basketball as a team game, and to preferential treatment from refs.
Today, Simone Biles withdrew from team competition citing "mental health". The media are of course celebrating her as the real winner. American narcissism knows no bounds.
And also, Naomi Osaka is technically American, even though she competes for Japan. She was rekt by Markéta Vondroušová today.

After investigating a bit, someone noticed that Simone Biles was reported to be on ADHD meds, which are banned at olympics – one explanation is now that a shitload of American athletes are hooked on Adderall™ – amphetamine. No wonder they can't compete, now that they're under strict control and can't take performance enhancing drugs with impunity.

In other news, Japan currently leads the medal standings. And had it not been for three gold medals in shooting for America (heh), they'd be behind Russia and China too.

Bernd 07/27/2021 (Tue) 21:41:46 [Preview] No.44587 del
Oh right I almost forgot:

Skateboarding too.
Peak irony even. Americans force their "oorbun culchah" to be recognised as sports so they can win more medals, and they get btfo. Macabre.

Bernd 07/28/2021 (Wed) 14:05:45 [Preview] No.44591 del
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I wanted to post something about the Olympics, but I don't follow.
>Japan currently leads the medal standings
In gold medal. In total, US has the most at this moment.
Huh, Taiwan has lots of medals. Good for them.
Kosovo also already can be proud with 2 gold medals.

Bernd 07/28/2021 (Wed) 22:28:20 [Preview] No.44594 del
Kosovo has medals. Albania doesn't.
Such cases.

Another thing I see floating around on social media is ppl pointing out some Chinese female athletes have, uhh, very bulging panties.

Bernd 07/29/2021 (Thu) 06:23:01 [Preview] No.44595 del
>Chinese female athletes have, uhh, very bulging panties.
They are just that progressive.
I highly doubt that.

Bernd 07/29/2021 (Thu) 14:58:06 [Preview] No.44598 del
>I highly doubt that.

Sounds like the bulges on these female athletes are making you insecure.

Bernd 07/29/2021 (Thu) 15:43:47 [Preview] No.44599 del
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Bernd 07/29/2021 (Thu) 16:18:44 [Preview] No.44600 del
I kinda recall an older movie, a comedy, about a famous rock star visiting the divided Berlin, the Eastern part as well, and he gets into some spy story. In East Berlin he is greeted(?) by GDR female bearded swimmers. Was really funny.

Bernd 07/30/2021 (Fri) 22:03:08 [Preview] No.44611 del
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>Another thing I see floating around on social media is ppl pointing out some Chinese female athletes have, uhh, very bulging panties

Their BAGINAs just a lil bit big and beffy or hairy. Maybe they don't shave. Still good for using and juicing!

>t experienced knower of female anatomy

Dutch bernd Bernd 07/30/2021 (Fri) 22:04:08 [Preview] No.44612 del
I am still an Ottoman Sultan for some reason

Bernd 07/30/2021 (Fri) 22:49:56 [Preview] No.44620 del
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Maybe "Top Secret" My siblings and I watched it many times as children since we had a pirated copy.

Bernd 07/31/2021 (Sat) 10:43:12 [Preview] No.44630 del
First Torpost in the history of mankind which isn't absolutely revolting.
Thanks. I'm watching the movie right now. It has actually good jokes, but since there is a joke at every 5 seconds they bound to make some good ones.

Bernd 08/03/2021 (Tue) 19:33:48 [Preview] No.44658 del
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Meanwhile in the world.

There was some shooting at the Pentagon. Can't really know what happened.

Antalya in Turkey is on fire. It's going on liek five days now. Started at four places simultaneously. Could be arson.

Bernd 08/03/2021 (Tue) 19:46:44 [Preview] No.44659 del
CodeMonkey got a footage from a whistleblower about the Dominion voting system, still working on the voting fraud case.
I'm not fond of American politics, but sounded like it could be important.

Bernd 08/04/2021 (Wed) 21:28:14 [Preview] No.44669 del
>Turkey is on fire

Some PKK-related (self-designated) group says that they did it: https://shafaq.com/en/World/The-Children-of-Fire-initiative-claims-responsibility-for-Turkey-s-fires

It isn't clear if this group really exists or it is just a made-up thing created for blaming purposes.

It is also interesting that ecological terrorism is rare today because ecology is a saint cow of modern civilization, and doing this for real is a very extreme act.

Bernd 08/05/2021 (Thu) 08:26:15 [Preview] No.44671 del
Orbán was interviewed by Tucker Carlson, who broadcasts his show from Hungary this week. Gonna try and get the conversation from somewhere.

Bernd 08/05/2021 (Thu) 16:34:35 [Preview] No.44672 del
Read somewhere Turkish politics is a mire of real conspiracies and conspiracy theories. They're like an IRL spy drama.
>ecological terrorism
That would be, uhh, interesting. Although they did some in the past like the jungle clearing in Vietnam with Agent Orange.
And the reverse activism, like Green Peace, and such.

Bernd 08/05/2021 (Thu) 20:27:16 [Preview] No.44673 del
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Now that we are at the environment, I knew about the African e-waste dumps, but not this Chinese one (quite a few pics):
And ofc India, has it's own problems (this is a long wall of texts, some data from couple of years ago):
>China, Peru, Ghana, Nigeria, India, and Pakistan are the biggest recipients of e-waste from industrialized countries
Essentially First World dumping their shit into the Third World. Well, nothing new in that.

Bernd 08/06/2021 (Fri) 11:10:56 [Preview] No.44674 del
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Here's the interview of Orbán by Tucker Carlson.
Well, a part of it, which aired yesterday. The rest either will be broadcasted today, or will be in some documentary Carlson makes. Will see.

Bernd 08/06/2021 (Fri) 11:25:06 [Preview] No.44675 del
Fugg, I forgot video does not play if the codec is libx265.
So this needs to be dl'd to watch.

Bernd 08/06/2021 (Fri) 22:44:18 [Preview] No.44678 del
why doe?

Dutch bernd Bernd 08/06/2021 (Fri) 22:44:52 [Preview] No.44679 del
Still showing up as Turkey man smdh

Bernd 08/08/2021 (Sun) 09:41:45 [Preview] No.44695 del
>President in his own country
>choosing to conduct the interview in his loe-quality ESL
he don goofed
I have read some of his (translated) articles and, although I had guessed that he got a little "editorial" help, like all politicians do, I can't help noticing that they are like x50 times more eloquent, focused, and subtle than what we can hear here so far
>10 min clip
>claim to stand for christian europe
<rail against antizionism and muh poor kikes
I know he's better than most, but here he came across exactly as another pseudo-right-wing zionist stooge, like that austrian dude

also wtf is up with that Carlson dude? Always has that faux-perplexed expression plastered on his mug

Bernd 08/08/2021 (Sun) 11:00:27 [Preview] No.44696 del
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>wtf is up with that Carlson dude? Always has that faux-perplexed expression
He is horrible. His grimaces are so forced. I watched (played the vids then scrolled through them, watching a minute here and there) this weeks episodes of his show and he does them all the time.
>but here he came across exactly as another pseudo-right-wing zionist stooge
Later in the episode Carlson and another journo of his concludes Orbán is the closest to a classic conservative we could find in the US some/many decades ago.
>I have read some of his (translated) articles
I've never read any of his writings and hear little of his talks, simply because Hungarian daily politics is just pissing me off. But what I heard during the decades - since became politically conscious somewhere in the 90s - Orbán came a very long way of expressing himself, and now he talks simply and clear, understandable by all, but still polished. He also knows what's Realpolitik is, and can judge his own moves and situation from an outside view, from the opponents view.

Bernd 08/08/2021 (Sun) 13:05:54 [Preview] No.44697 del
Anyway this >>44674 could be a quite important conversation for us. I've seen Carlson being mentioned as a possible presidential candidate in the future. Him and Orbán getting along could prove advantageous.
Besides I don't recall when was a Hungarian PM on American National TV like this. Furthermore I dunno if any of the other Central Eastern Euro PMs were in that position. Carlson even calls Hungary as the capital of the events and this conservative movement.
Orbán and because of him Hungary gets such an attention and are set in a central position - due to Western left-liberal bitching and moaning - that now we gain considerable influence on Western audiences. Carlson even sets us up as the underdog of a herculean struggle, making us sympathetic with certain groups in the US society. We are used - or rather a romanticized version of our description is used - to influence people in the US and outcomes of political maneuvers.
But this also means many will look at us, and follow the events here, and how we fare. Battles will be moved here, which could prove decisive for the future, even globally. Hungary, but the whole Central Euro region as well, gets revalued, and right now we are again kinda like a last bastion.
I'm really curios about that documentary this telly personality makes about our country.

Bernd 08/08/2021 (Sun) 20:36:17 [Preview] No.44699 del
Here's final results, ordered by gold medals.
Next one supposedly will feature breakdance as a sport.

Bernd 08/09/2021 (Mon) 06:33:01 [Preview] No.44702 del
>I've seen Carlson being mentioned as a possible presidential candidate in the future.
Didn't know he had such high profile, but it reminds me: recently there was another spying kerfuffle. Apparently his team was seeking an interview with Putin. NSA intercepted some communications and leaked it to the liberal press. Libtards went into meltdown somehow forgetting that NBC (lib) had just conducted an >1 hour interview with him before the Geneve summit.
>We are used - or rather a romanticized version of our description is used - to influence people in the US and outcomes of political maneuvers.
yes, it's double-edged sword though because, given the US polarisation, becoming a "red empire friend" also establishes you as a "blue empire enemy". Although this was almost a foregone conclusion at this point, considering how intransigent western libs are in pushing globohomo, and statements by Biden and various eurocrats. Better learn how to defuse their regime-change operations in any case

Bernd 08/09/2021 (Mon) 07:03:48 [Preview] No.44703 del
>Libtards went into meltdown somehow forgetting that NBC (lib) had just conducted an >1 hour interview with him
Quod licet Iovi, non licet bovi
>Better learn how to defuse their regime-change operations in any case
This is apparent from what Orbán says in the interview. That we had to deal with the new situation, that the relations between the two countries are great, except these political spats when libs getting into power in the US, and he hopes the new regime will see that in Hungary a known stable government is better than a new unsure and fractured one.

Bernd 08/12/2021 (Thu) 09:38:24 [Preview] No.44725 del
In a national park in Moldavia a bison/buffalo baby was born. Her name was picked from many suggested, the only criteria was it has to starts with Ro-. A Hungarian lady's idea - Roleny adding -leny, from Hungarian bölény = buffalo - was picked igniting huge outcry, how dare they give the animal a Hungarian name. Scandal.

Meanwhile the mayor (and his deputy) of Mykolaiv was stopped and arrested at the Hungarian border when he tried to fled Ukraine after he was accused with corruption and embezzlement.

Bernd 08/12/2021 (Thu) 10:02:51 [Preview] No.44726 del
>he hopes the new regime will see
As I said, they intransigently push their delusions so I don't think it would be wise to simply ask nicely and "hope". If you don't have them already, precautions against foreign-funded "N"GOs, media, and such might be relevant
>Quod licet Iovi, non licet bovi
Also related to previous point: in Polan the government wanted to pass a bill against media orgs majority-owned by foreigners (actually I think EEA is ok). One obvious target for the law would be TVN, largest private news broadcaster, opposition, and owned by yanks (same as the owners of CNN and dozens of others). They would probably be forced to divest, so western libtards, as well as libertardians and other critters (on both sides of the Atlantic) were whining loudly. Meanwhile, countries like Germany and France already have such laws.
Voting on this has been postponed (apparently government coalition couldn't agree)

Bernd 08/12/2021 (Thu) 20:17:36 [Preview] No.44727 del
>I don't think it would be wise to simply ask nicely and "hope"
Not many other tools. And these shouldn't be underestimated. Official stance of the US govt. can be passive - not interfering with elections here - while saying something else in the media. And this is what Orbán was talking about, the relations between governments, and not civilians. Those will do whatever. What could one want? To assassinate Soros or what? That's nonsense.
In fact that one view is that they let Orbán to talk, and allow him putting forward stuff others wouldn't touch.

Bernd 08/23/2021 (Mon) 19:53:55 [Preview] No.44823 del
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Some jamboree is going on in Kiev these days, the President of our country is participating in the event. It has something to do with Crimea, since it's called Crimean Platform or the like. I believe they have talks about the situation of Crimea. Coincidentally Merkel was just visiting Zelensky, no details are known of their meeting.
Haven't read the article in full yet, just a couple of words as I scrolled through.
Whatever they talk about, I doubt it will have any impact on anything.

picrel: nice strong Turanic stache
also the Finnish guy and the Estonian lady is be liek: "what the fugg this bloke is talking about???"

Bernd 08/23/2021 (Mon) 22:32:05 [Preview] No.44824 del
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>In a national park in Moldavia a bison/buffalo baby was born

Is this American bison or authentic Zubr?

Bernd 08/24/2021 (Tue) 07:23:35 [Preview] No.44825 del
I think this is the home page of the national park/bison reserve but they don't write the species, just that the first came from Polan.
Most likely it's European bison:
>Almost 100 free-roaming animals, as of 2019, population slowly increasing in the three areas where wild bison can be found: Northern Romania – Vânători-Neamț Natural Park,
This is the place.

Bernd 08/24/2021 (Tue) 07:24:39 [Preview] No.44826 del
>bison grass
Is that vodka filtered through the grass consumed (and digested) by bisons?

Bernd 08/24/2021 (Tue) 09:14:44 [Preview] No.44827 del

Looks like yes, it is Zubr, i.e European bison. Pretty known animal here, also one of unofficial symbols of Belarus.

>Is that vodka filtered through the grass consumed (and digested) by bisons?

Vodka with grass flavoring, was relatively popular in USSR, now just a Polish thing. They need to investigate idea about digestion though.

Also asians stole idea as always: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2398130/Ttongsul-bizarre-traditional-Korean-rice-wine-uses-human-POO-heal.html

Bernd 08/24/2021 (Tue) 12:13:23 [Preview] No.44828 del
Maybe they are onto something with the poop. Picrel I took like a week ago, so the numbers changed somewhat since then.
On the Hungary we used masks, distancing, restrictions, medicine (like favipiravir), vaccination, still the deaths/million is over 3000.
India's main weapon of battling the coof is smearing cow dung all over themselves. They only has 300 deaths/million.
The numbers talk for themselves.

Bernd 09/09/2021 (Thu) 21:03:14 [Preview] No.44956 del
Putin and Lukashenko Russia and Belarus are literally uniting, says Hungarian media.
They're executing a 28 point economic program, tying the two countries even closer. Not sure yet if anything will happen however.

Bernd 09/09/2021 (Thu) 22:03:00 [Preview] No.44958 del
Ahahah what the fuck.

Someone found an old (2011) study from Nigeria where they checked up on why and how men from villages that used ivermectin A LOT for parasite treatment are turning up infertile.

Guess what? I decided to go check up if google scholar can find this study: I shit you not, it found it cited TWICE, and one of the studies links to a pdf hosted by endchan.net

Bernd 09/10/2021 (Fri) 07:08:26 [Preview] No.44959 del
I know it came up as a possible medicine to treat covid, but I'm not sure who put forward the idea. Found a fresh news about it just now as I duckduckwent:

Here they administer Favipiravir (well they give you a receipt, or a box of it, but noone forces you to take it). That can only cause uncontrollable urge to walk and run around. And pneumonia.

Anyway the body is the one that heals itself, what is needed the chance to do its job as long as it can, with time - age - the body disintegrates on its own, organs start to fail. Medicine can help - for example by suppressing certain symptoms (like antipyretics), or kill off large amount of germs (antibiotics) - just as allowing it to rest (not spending energy on other things can help to struggle with the illness or wounds) and giving it the necessary nourishment (water, proteins, carbs, fats, vitamins, minerals). In fact the latter two are more important than medicine, if you wear out yourself in two full shifts daily or die of dehydration what's the point of giving anything else? If you don't eat well, don't give the energy to fight, and the building blocks to mend the wounds why bother? And we had articles saying healthy/proper diet doesn't help with covid. Okay they are right to say Vit-C isn't a cure, but it damn can help the body - just like Faripiravir (but in different manner) - so why not encouraging people to take it?

Bernd 09/10/2021 (Fri) 17:35:04 [Preview] No.44960 del
>quoting english twat
>"It’s not beneficial to anyone"
<surprise it's a dude from the entourage of that Tisdasdasdkaya woman who was recently trying to curry favor with His Highness Joe Biden and touring the west complaining about BBEG Lukashenko and VBBEG Putin

Bernd 09/10/2021 (Fri) 18:57:31 [Preview] No.44961 del
Wait. I don't think I read your post well.

Bernd 09/10/2021 (Fri) 19:08:34 [Preview] No.44962 del
Yeah, in the pdf from end: reference 32.

Bernd 09/13/2021 (Mon) 19:53:41 [Preview] No.44989 del
Pope Francis started his apostolic road trip with a visit of Hungary. He met the prelates and our Prez, PM and Deputy PM. Held a mass at Heroes' Square. And stuff. He also visits Northern Hungary.
In March he visited Iraq, which is considered historical importance by some.

Bernd 09/16/2021 (Thu) 02:58:06 [Preview] No.44998 del
Some huge developments just came out of nowhere, well huge for Australia and the region anyway.

in 2016 we made a 60 billion dollar contract to build French submarines in Adelaide, the Barracuda class submarine. The class itself is a Nuclear class submarine but Australia has signed numerous agreements against the proliferation of nuclear weapons or the use of nuclear power and while many do want such things here there is still also quite resentment to the idea of nuclear weapons or power by the public in general. So instead Australia insisted that this nuclear submarine be redesigned to be diesel electric.

Anyway, out of nowhere today came the news that we are scrapping this whole program not only that but we are now part of a new alliance, not only that but we are now getting nuclear submarines. We are now part of a new alliance called AUKUS with the UK and US, the alliance is going to focus on the Indo-Pacific. The first announcement of this alliance was that the UK and the US where going to help Australia build nuclear submarines. We have sighed deals against this(though they say it will not break these deals but others say that if enriched uranium is needed it to power the subs it will) and much of the public are against nuclear power and weapons, yet this came out of nowhere with no consultation at all. It has completely blinded the French too. This quote was part of the article.

>France's foreign affairs minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said the decision betrayed "the letter and spirit" of cooperation between the two countries.

>"The American choice which leads to the removal of an ally and a European partner such as France from a structuring partnership with Australia, at a time when we are facing unprecedented challenges in the Indo-Pacific region ... marks an absence of coherence that France can only observe and regret," he said in a statement.

If we had wanted a Nuclear Submarine we could easily have just used the Barracuda class sub in it's intended format, there was no need to cancel this 60 billion dollar contract. I wonder legal ramifications this has. It does not bode well in other ways either, now that we are going to operate nuclear subs we will have to build a nuclear industry and if it needs enriched uranium then we will need to learn to manage and perhaps enrich that ourselves. It's not much of a jump at all to think that sometime in the future some politician will use it for other ends too.


Bernd 09/16/2021 (Thu) 03:19:55 [Preview] No.44999 del
Oops, it was a 90 billion dollar contract not 60. Not that it matters now anyway.

Bernd 09/16/2021 (Thu) 11:10:41 [Preview] No.45004 del
So where are those 90 billion going now?
Does the USG need a few billions in military contracts? Couldn't it just keep printing money as usual? Rather seems like USUK decided they wanted another fleet of subs in the pacific south, so Australia will follow along whatever their plebs think. Notice the words used by the french official: the "choice" was by USA (its military apparatus, probably eyeing China)
Another crack in the liberal democracy meme and the "independent allies trust me bro" meme

Bernd 09/16/2021 (Thu) 11:25:24 [Preview] No.45005 del
Apparently there were gates in the contract, so we only were in the initial phases of it so had only passed a few gates so we only lost 2. something billion and the Prime minister was using typical politician speak and saying that it was not wasted because we learnt value lessons and because of all the friends we made along the way. That looks like it means there is no legal ramification either.

That's not quite the way money printing works...

Yes, they must have decided they want a nuclear fleet here, it makes a lot of sense due to our position. Not only for the fleet itself but also due to the fact that if Australia operates nuclear subs then the facilities it operates them from can be used to operate and maintain friendly nuclear subs as well.

I think he meant the choice of an American sub design over a French one not a choice by America but I could be wrong. It could be read either way.

Yes, they are all eyeing China but even France is. So that means China is the target of Australia, France, Britain, the US, Japan, India, South Korea and whatever ASEAN friends we can pull in as well. But that is what a terrible diplomatic posture will get you.

Bernd 09/16/2021 (Thu) 12:02:36 [Preview] No.45006 del
>build French submarines in Adelaide,
I think I can recall this bit of news.
>new alliance called AUKUS with the UK and US,
Wasn't there some close cooperation already? Since like WWI or at least WWII or something?
>much of the public are against nuclear power and weapons
Should hold a referendum.
>this came out of nowhere with no consultation at all. It has completely blinded the French too.
No wonder they are pissed.
Besides they are in NATO with US and UK.
Do Australia mine uranium?

Bernd 09/16/2021 (Thu) 12:20:43 [Preview] No.45007 del
The new subs will be built in Adelaide too... I don't actually like the idea of living an hours drive from where all of these nuclear subs are going to be made and probably maintained.

Yes, the US was our ally and we had treaties and were in various organizations with the British. But these arrangements seem to focus on certain specific things like five eyes that was an intelligence sharing arrangement. We have the Quad alliance and it would almost have made more sense to just add Britain into that but I guess they must have some separate plans for this alliance than what they have for the Quads alliance.

We should but won't, there was not even political debate on the matter.

Yes, we mine Uranium and are a large exporter of it, we have the largest Uranium reserves in the world. But we don't use it.

Bernd 09/16/2021 (Thu) 12:51:22 [Preview] No.45008 del
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>That looks like it means there is no legal ramification either.
Perhaps in Australia because politicians will cover each other's asses, but maybe the french will think otherwise. Usually breaking a contract carries penalties
>That's not quite the way money printing works...
It is just printing. Actually this case can be used to illustrate the only missing detail: military power is the backing for the dollar's international reserve status, so this military power growth (paid presumable by australian civs) is the analog of mining precious metals
>Australia, France, Britain, the US, Japan, India, South Korea
Lol, that's a verbose way of naming only 2 entities: the empire and india (assuming this development doesn't damage relations with france)
>terrible diplomatic posture
<muh yugurt genocide
<military drills on south china sea
<"lab leak" hype based on speculation
<sailing warships across the taiwan strait every other week
<economic sanctions (large-scale war is typically preceded by economic warfare)
Lol, I understand you well. For the empire, anything short of devout submission is a "terrible diplomatic posture". And submission is what US has been diplomatically demanding since Trump

Bernd 09/16/2021 (Thu) 13:12:10 [Preview] No.45009 del
It's not submission they want, they want China to play by the rules, they are always going on about the rules based order. The nine dash line, the island build-ups, Taiwan, the bellicose stance, this all goes against that and for no purpose as well. They were doing well before Xi Jinping and if they had carried along in that manner they would actually would have been better off as when they actually were in a position to enforce their wants the rest of the world would not already be poised to rebuff this. But when make absurd claims over important sea lanes that are nowhere near you and that you have no claim to and then build military islands on them and create laws saying that any ships that enter the area can be removed with force, well then of course you are going to ruffle some feathers amongst those that actually have interests in the region.

Bernd 09/16/2021 (Thu) 16:09:48 [Preview] No.45010 del
>they want China to play by the rules
Lel, you 'aving a laff mate?
Washington wants China to play by their rules, under which the US-as-single-world-hegemon statu quo will be preserved. That is, they want submission from China (and Russia and anyone else that could become a peer competitor)
>they are always going on about the rules based order
"rules-based international world order" is just euphemism for US hegemony
>The nine dash line, the island build-ups
It should not be surprising that they would endeavour to break from the encirclement that the US has been building around them
Is a wholly Chinese affair. The real anti-commie taiwanese settlers who escaped to the island never wanted an independent state. They wanted China, a single China, including mainland and island. Same as the CCP. Chiang kai shek and the KMT would never have approved of the servile attitude now displayed by the globohomo acolytes in the island. The "1 China 2 systems" stalemate was even accepted by the US, until they realized that China was rapidly growing from little more than a low-cost industrial park for their private sector into an actual competitor, and Obongo announced the "pivot" to Asia-Pacific
>the bellicose stance
Also known as responding to the US's bellicose stance
>this all goes against that
Against the hegemonic diktat
>if they had carried along in that manner they would actually would have been better off
I doubt it. My guess is that, had they never asserted their regional interests or "sphere of influence", they would have been much sooner encircled by US ballistic missiles and thereafter surely relegated to play a secondary role as "factory of the world" and little else. That may still happen, the reaction may have come too late, but they have at least a shot for something more
>of course you are going to ruffle some feathers
Ruffling feather was indeed inevitable, nobody expected the US to simply accept a multipolar world
>amongst those that actually have interests in the region.
Lol, sure the Exceptional Empire, from all the way over here in North-America-and-northern-Atlantic, can lay claim to influence the whole Asia-Pacific region, but an actual Asian country cannot possibly have interests in its own neighborhood

Bernd 09/16/2021 (Thu) 16:37:16 [Preview] No.45011 del
Well of course any nation would want that, particularly as the status quo works so well for them, they don't want a power to threaten them, no nation does.

>"rules-based international world order" is just euphemism for US hegemony
Not really it's a euphemism of the status quo if anything, they just don't want conflict or anybody to rock the boat. Of course they want to keep their position too but nations like Australia, France, Japan and the UK don't care so much about that and just want the situation to stay as it is.

>It should not be surprising that they would endeavour to break from the encirclement that the US has been building around them
Well as I have said that was a terrible way to go about it and only hurts their cause. Illegally claiming the area they have has only made the rest of the world see them as a nation that is rocking the boat and threatening the status quo and they don't like that and it has created a reaction, all they are doing is created an even tougher encirclement around them. There were far better ways to go about this for them.

>They wanted China, a single China, including mainland and island.
Of course they did, why would they not?

>Chiang kai shek and the KMT would never have approved of the servile attitude now displayed by the globohomo acolytes in the island.
Uhh... I'm not sure if you know this but Chiang Kai Shek was in control of Taiwan until 1975. Not only does he approve of it but he was the one that started it in 1950 and was doing it himself for 25 years. The alternative is to be part of the CCP.

>The "1 China 2 systems" stalemate was even accepted by the US, until they realized that China was rapidly growing from little more than a low-cost industrial park for their private sector into an actual competitor, and Obongo announced the "pivot" to Asia-Pacific
They still accept it, it's convenient for them.

>Also known as responding to the US's bellicose stance
Well no, the US isn't the one using wolf warrior diplomacy and claiming islands in the south China sea and making such laws. The US is only acting more aggressive and making these alliances because of Chinese actions.

>Ruffling feather was indeed inevitable, nobody expected the US to simply accept a multipolar world
They probably would not have, but the UK would, France would, Australia would, Japan would. Australia had actually dissolved Quad because they wanted to work with China, it's only because China has been acting like it has and showing that it does not want to keep things as they are and that it wants to threaten international water ways and trade. China is our biggest trading partner and for a long time the rhetoric in this nation was the same rhetoric you have now, many accepted that China was a historic power and would be power again and wanted to work with her.

>Lol, sure the Exceptional Empire, from all the way over here in North-America-and-northern-Atlantic, can lay claim to influence the whole Asia-Pacific region, but an actual Asian country cannot possibly have interests in its own neighborhood
Well these nations profit greatly on trade and many have colonial interests in the region, you conventionally ignored Japan and South Korea as well. They want things to stay as they are.

Bernd 09/16/2021 (Thu) 19:23:06 [Preview] No.45016 del
It's safe enough. But there's also the issue of being prime target for nuclear strikes. On the other hand unless you live in a village far from everything it is always an issue. On the third hand with just a little luck we'll avoid a nuclear war, right now the danger is pretty small.

>Washington wants China to play by their rules, under which the US-as-single-world-hegemon statu quo will be preserved
>rules-based international world order" is just euphemism for US hegemony
This is true, but if one from any of the Anglo countries why not be glad for that, and consider it The Rules?
Now since I'm from a relatively small country, our interest is in the balance of larger powers so neither can keep us under their thumb (too much). Still the US is more dominant around the globe, and some advance on behalf of China can't hurt yet.

Bernd 09/16/2021 (Thu) 20:02:32 [Preview] No.45018 del
>Yes, they must have decided they want a nuclear fleet here, it makes a lot of sense due to our position. Not only for the fleet itself but also due to the fact that if Australia operates nuclear subs then the facilities it operates them from can be used to operate and maintain friendly nuclear subs as well.

This is the main reason. Australia by itself doesn't need nuclear subs at all, there are no economic nor military reasons to have nuclear subs for that specific country.

Main reason for this event is ability for US to use Australian bases for own subs easily. New "Australian" subs would be also basically US-controlled and count as "own". UK is sometimes called a "largest American aircraft carrier", so Australia is another one, just in other region.

And of course second reason is spending money for military complex.

Bernd 09/16/2021 (Thu) 20:09:56 [Preview] No.45019 del
>nor military reasons
Just think of New Zealand. Sorry, can't find video related.

Bernd 09/16/2021 (Thu) 21:08:23 [Preview] No.45020 del
>Well of course
So we agree that submission is what was demanded. Good that you recognize the nature of the "rules" that a country is supposed to play by. It doesn't mean it is good to just accept them. And for China (or Russia etc.) it isn't. The US does not accept a multipolar world, so dangerous "negotiations" are under way
>any nation would want that
No. It is no "nation", it is effectively an empire. Furthermore, like all past empires eventually did, it is actually eating its own core nation, loosing itself as it stubbornly tries to hold on to the world
>it's a euphemism of the status quo if anything
Which since the collapse of the USSR has been that of unchallenged US hegemony. Another admission, good! Now the contradictions in your reply will be clear if you just connect the dots.
>only hurts their cause.
Jury is still out on this. It may be that they will hurt more for their troubles, or maybe people on both sides will stop, sit and talk before a war breaks out, and a new beneficial "order" will be agreed, instead of one side demanding obedience from the other
>Illegally claiming
The "rules-based international world order" is US hegemony. When that hegemony is challenged, those "rules" are being challenged. That's the core of the illegality. The far-away western colonial powers illegally claimed far far more than artificial island and surrounding waters. I'm not saying China gets to claim whatever it wants, I'm saying it is an obvious response at finding oneself encircled. Things change, the US refused to accommodate. Escalation ensued
>made the rest of the world
Not really, the world minus China is larger than the US plus its sidekicks. But this is illustrative of another euphemism: maybe you heard "international community" and thought "the world", when in practice it's often another deceptive stand-in for "the west", or G7, or G20

This is getting long and probably boring

Bernd 09/16/2021 (Thu) 21:26:25 [Preview] No.45021 del
>but if one from any of the Anglo countries why not be glad for that, and consider it The Rules?
I understand but then one should just admit it and not hide under the guise of "protector of the 'rest of the world' against the 'bellicose' chinese". Say "Anglo-based world order" then

>>45011 (cont.)
>created an even tougher encirclement around them.
Do nothing: be militarily encircled
Do something unsuccessfully: suffer a worse military encirclement
Do something successfully: break the encirclement
Finding herself in such situation, would Australia not give it a go? Would any country not give it a go? You are being unreasonable
>There were far better ways to go about this for them.
I'm not hearing any
>I'm not sure if you know this but Chiang Kai Shek was in control of Taiwan until 1975...
Don't play the fool. I said very clearly "would never have approved of the servile attitude now displayed by the globohomo acolytes in the island", that is the pathetic subservience of the ruling DPP to Washington, complete in its feminist, homo and negrophilic neoliberal "woke" package. A self-respecting character like Chiang, and a strong organization like the KMT used to be, would not allow itself the role of a mere separatist satrap and disposable battering ram against the CCP and the mainland. Reunification was the goal of both the KMT and the CCP, despite their opposition
>They still accept it, it's convenient for them.
You are correct, it is still the official policy. But obviously some new signs (warships around, military drills, selling military equipment, flying politicians in,etc) are starting to point in a different direction
>muh wolf warrior diplomacy
Lol, try reading opposing sources once in a while. Trump and Pompeo's outbursts are "USA First" diplomacy, slapping unilateral sanctions is just defending the country's interests, but when the Chinese respond in a tit-for-tat it's "wolf warror diplomacy" lol
>X is only acting more aggressive because of X actions.
This is a pointless polemics game, everyone claims to be defending from a previous attack
>They probably would not have, but the UK would, France would, Australia would, Japan would.
You contradict yourself. Either someone is for the status quo or for multipolarity
>it wants to threaten
>Well these nations profit greatly on trade and many have colonial interests in the region
They are colonies no more, and going simply by geography I guess trade with China is more important to them than with their former colonial masters
>ignored Japan and South Korea as well
I ignored nobody. Japan and SK are clients of the US (clients also in military terms, which implies they are not fully sovereign)

Bernd 09/17/2021 (Fri) 01:59:37 [Preview] No.45027 del
I'm not going to bother addressing each point anymore.

Essentially your argument is that all China is doing is asserting itself and trying to break free of the US dominance of the world. I'm not denying that the US does have hegemony but what you are ignoring is that this is benefiting most of the major economies, France does not care for the US and still sees itself as a power but France benefits from this too. Aside from the US itself these nations are not worried about China becoming a power again, they expected it and were willing to accommodate it(well even many in the US were actually), what they are worried about is China ruining the peace that so benefits them as they are constantly threatening to do as is the case in the South China Sea. That is what is causing all of these alliances and this build-up.

Bernd 09/17/2021 (Fri) 06:35:18 [Preview] No.45028 del
I just don't like the idea of it, accidents happen and I don't like the idea of being near something so contaminating.

>our interest is in the balance of larger powers so neither can keep us under their thumb (too much)

Many in this country advocate for that too, and indeed even I do even though I was just arguing for why these events happened. That is why they did it and it does make sense but there are other ways too. Paul Keating, our former PM was known for advocating for an independent foreighn policy and came out with this in response.

>“The announced agreement between the United States, Britain and Australia for Australia to move to a fleet of US-supplied nuclear submarines, will amount to a lock-in of Australian military equipment and thereby forces, with those of the United States with only one underlying objective: the ability to act collectively in any military engagement by the United States against China,” Mr Keating said.

>“This arrangement would witness a further dramatic loss of Australian
sovereignty, as matériel dependency on the United States robbed Australia of any freedom or choice in any engagement Australia may deem appropriate.

>“And all this at a time when United States reliability and resolution around its strategic commitments and military engagements are under question.”

I think what we should have done is worked more with our neighbours to create an Australian led block, a block that can pose a united front that is strong enough to give China pause but that also is not outright backing the US(and of course it could be used to further our own agenda).

Australia is an island nation and much of our trade travels through the Indo-Pacific. We have just as much incentive to secure that than the others do, if not more. That's if these nuclear subs will actually deliver that much more performance than a conventional one, it seems that range and the ability to stay underwater without having to come up to charge batteries are the big advantages. The Shortfin Barracuda was supposed to have a range of 33,000 KM when surfaced, it's 6,900km from Adelaide to the Taiwan straight, so they could easily get there and back but only if surfaced, I looked up the ranges of the Collins class that are supposed to be similar.


>11,500 nautical miles (21,300 km; 13,200 mi) at 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph) surfaced
>9,000 nmi (17,000 km; 10,000 mi) at 10 kn (19 km/h; 12 mph) periscope
>480 nmi (890 km; 550 mi) at 4 kn (7.4 km/h; 4.6 mph) submerged

So it seems that they can get 890km before they have to recharge. But that is still a fairly large distance but clearly not the whole trip.

Bernd 09/17/2021 (Fri) 06:59:50 [Preview] No.45029 del
>and not hide under the guise
People prefer not to sound like a supervillain (and people generally aren't). There are the hypocrites ofc, but most not even doing consciously, few people cynical and aware enough to admit the hunger for power. And they have enough justification (China isn't a lamb just born today either), and if everything fails they can say: everything considered they are still the lesser evil from all the choices (similar with democracy, "not perfect but the best possible" - as usually cited).

>I don't like the idea of being near something so contaminating.
I understand and respect that.

Bernd 09/17/2021 (Fri) 11:03:33 [Preview] No.45031 del
>Australia is an island nation and much of our trade travels through the Indo-Pacific. We have just as much incentive to secure that than the others do, if not more. That's if these nuclear subs will actually deliver that much more performance than a conventional one, it seems that range and the ability to stay underwater without having to come up to charge batteries are the big advantages. The Shortfin Barracuda was supposed to have a range of 33,000 KM when surfaced, it's 6,900km from Adelaide to the Taiwan straight, so they could easily get there and back but only if surfaced, I looked up the ranges of the Collins class that are supposed to be similar.

Modern air-independent subs (mostly diesel-electric combined with batteries) are pretty capable, and they may be even better than nuclear ones in terms of acoustic efficiency, especially when they run on batteries only. Nuclear subs with steam turbine are louder. These subs also much cheaper and easier to maintain than nuclear ones. Only difference is range, but range of modern non-nuclear subs (like German ones) are ok.

>9,000 nmi (17,000 km; 10,000 mi) at 10 kn (19 km/h; 12 mph) periscope
>480 nmi (890 km; 550 mi) at 4 kn (7.4 km/h; 4.6 mph) submerged

There is no need to be fully submerged while travelling on long distance, if you doing it in "empty" ocean. Only reason to hide on big depth is situation in hostile waters full with enemy ships/subs/sonar detectors. It isn't USSR-vs-USA in 1980 at North sea, full with sonars, but Pacific/Indian ocean with third-world shitholes as neighbors. They'll never cover ocean with same sensor network.

But anyway, do Australia really need subs that may reach Taiwan quietly? There are no possible conflict for Australia when sub tech would really matter in war. For imaginary conflict with local neighbors like Indonesia even old subs would be ok, especially considering that modern war is about combined arms, not subs. It is hard to imagine situation when AU sub range would be decisive factor in any possible war even in future. Most modern local conflicts are limited operations anyway, and it is hard to imagine real war with subs and convoys like in WW2 in 21st century for Australia. In realistic situation it is wiser to put money in air force as it is much more universal tool.

Direct conflict with China means two options - if it is China vs AU without allies, subs wouldn't matter (but conflict wouldn't happen because Australia already is a Chinese resource supplier that can be forced into anything by economic means). If it is big war with US and others, Australian part also doesn't matter so much.

But for protecting own borders, cheaper subs are perfectly ok. Especially when nuclear tech also brings non-military dangers and eats money. Why having big and costly toy when it doesn't change how do you live?

Bernd 09/17/2021 (Fri) 11:22:09 [Preview] No.45032 del
I can't believe end/kc/ is considered relevant enough that we get assigned a china shill.

Bernd 09/17/2021 (Fri) 12:09:43 [Preview] No.45033 del
We have been running diesel electric subs for a long time just fine and for the immediate vicinity that is fine.

>For imaginary conflict with local neighbors like Indonesia even old subs would be ok, especially considering that modern war is about combined arms, not subs. It is hard to imagine situation when AU sub range would be decisive factor in any possible war even in future. Most modern local conflicts are limited operations anyway, and it is hard to imagine real war with subs and convoys like in WW2 in 21st century for Australia.
For Indonesia a diesel electric sub will be fine but they are not who Australia is worried about but they could make problems over Papua new guinea or East Timor again. I agree with the point about range but remember Indonesia is a nation of Islands so if they were to try to invade Papua new Guinea or something they would need convoys to get troops and supplies there and likewise they would have a lot of shipping heading to Java where most the population is so sub war makes a lot of sense. But submarines can also screen and that would be useful for our LHD's and other surface vessels. Any ground forces we would deploy need to be shipped their first after all.

>In realistic situation it is wiser to put money in air force as it is much more universal tool.
Australia is doing that as well, we are getting F 35s and also there is the Loyal Wingman program which is a UAV program underway(it actually flew a few months ago).

>Direct conflict with China means two options - if it is China vs AU without allies, subs wouldn't matter (but conflict wouldn't happen because Australia already is a Chinese resource supplier that can be forced into anything by economic means). If it is big war with US and others, Australian part also doesn't matter so much.

It would matter because the Chinese would physically have to get here but I agree it won't happen. Australia's part in an alliance might not matter so much but we still would contribute.

>But for protecting own borders, cheaper subs are perfectly ok. Especially when nuclear tech also brings non-military dangers and eats money. Why having big and costly toy when it doesn't change how do you live?

Yes, they have not even mentioned the cost of this program yet, all they have said is that it will be more expensive but not by how much. Oh and that they won't be fully operational until the 2040s so we have to update our Collins class subs in the 2030s as well...

Also you were right, a follow up announcement already said that the US plans to have more forces and base more aircraft in Australia as well as the crew and logistics to maintain them.

Bernd 09/17/2021 (Fri) 13:13:10 [Preview] No.45034 del
>I can't believe end/kc/ is considered relevant
I can't believe you can't believe

Bernd 09/17/2021 (Fri) 22:20:00 [Preview] No.45035 del
I have no difficulty believing that end/kc is considered visible enough to be assigned a globohomo cocksucker, or two.

Bernd 09/17/2021 (Fri) 23:01:03 [Preview] No.45036 del
>this is benefiting most of the major economies
Only insofar as they are willing to defer to and align themselves with the aims of the USG, which indeed bootlickers (several of them occupied by bases and tens of thousands of troops) have grown very accustomed to do even at their own expense, like Japan being pressured to relocate its all-conquering automobile factories to North America, Tokyo covering for the crimes committed by US troops in Okinawa, or having to apologizing for the chemical waste dumped from a US base, or the western Europeans "allies" being routinely targeted for political and industrial espionage by NSA, or the dropped French subs contract in this very discussion, in all likelihood a decision made not by the "fellas down under" but by the pentagon or some other military bureau, ...
Also while they might not carry a great deal of weight in world power dynamics, there is a world beyond "most of the major economies"
>France does not care for the US and still sees itself as a power but France benefits from this too
There is no reason to assume, as you seem to do, that France (or other regional powers or economies) will not likewise benefit from a rearranged "order" that allows for more than a single civilizational pole
>what they are worried about is China ruining the peace that so benefits them
They seem contrived fears to me. I don't see China threatening a sovereign country if she is not threatened either
Also, funny peace that which is defined by the being almost constantly at war (consider: Trump not starting a new war was a rarity). And, as you know, when the US goes to war its allies and vassals soon follow (and this is precisely what that quote from the Australian politician that you shared is getting at)

Anyway, you have chosen the perspective of the "anglo-based world order" brought up (with slightly different words) by bernd, which while understandable is hypocritical to spin as a candid desire for the peaceable (to some) and prosperous (to some) status quo. While I would like to see a real international multipolar arrangement
It is the refusal to admit a competing civilizations outside of the hegemon's control or direct influence which is the root cause of the strife

Bernd 09/18/2021 (Sat) 01:57:48 [Preview] No.45037 del
>Only insofar as they are willing to defer to and align themselves with the aims of the USG,
Well no, it's insofar as the fact that we have peace and stability and that facilitates trade which facilitates wealth.

>There is no reason to assume, as you seem to do, that France (or other regional powers or economies) will not likewise benefit from a rearranged "order" that allows for more than a single civilizational pole
As I said, China is our biggest trading partner and we were more than willing to accommodate them being a major power, that is not the issue here it's the way they are going about it that is. Conflict in one of the busiest areas of shipping in the world benefits few, and not France.

>I don't see China threatening a sovereign country if she is not threatened either
Taiwan? We don't have almost constant war, this is the most peaceful humanity has ever been. All there is is a few minor proxy wars and gurella wars.

I don't have a problem with a multipolar world, as I have said before it's the way that China is going about it that is the issue here. AUKUS probably was extreme and will have ramifications down the road but it was a likely outcome due to the behaviour of China.

Bernd 09/18/2021 (Sat) 02:32:40 [Preview] No.45038 del

Bernd 09/18/2021 (Sat) 08:20:21 [Preview] No.45040 del
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German federal election is coming up, peeps gonna vote on next Sunday (Sept. 26th). Gonna look into the parties and what's going on there (no Merkel from now on). But check this headline:
After Merkel it's about 'lesser evil' in German election
>lesser evil
It's the same to the topic we touched at a couple posts above.

I think it's also a crisis for our current democratic political system that people have hard time to support anyone, frequently comes up this idea of "lesser evil" and the voting against parties.
Do the parties and their membership think of themselves as evil? Never.
And people know better whom they don't want. Is that a good foundation to base a decision about whom will lead us in the future?

Bernd 09/18/2021 (Sat) 09:17:26 [Preview] No.45041 del
Will Europe go to war against the Anglo global power again?
Will humanity will fight another World War - as raised elsewhere on this board?
The 3rd one:
1. 19th century, Napoleon
2. 20th century, WWI and II
3. 21th century, ???
Is there a pattern here?

If nothing else I see Europe is getting more free of US control (not the US influence, influence of the minds and culture - see the BLM, LGBTQ and whatever else fads spreading from there), and drifting apart from the Anglos, finding her own way.

Bernd 09/18/2021 (Sat) 14:41:17 [Preview] No.45042 del
And another aspect of all of this, these subs are not going to be operational until the 2040s. China could have collapsed by then, many projections are indicating that if it doesn't collapse it is at least going to hit a wall(or numerous walls) at that time or before. There are also advancements in technology that might make this all moot. Undersea drones are becoming more of a thing and they are much cheaper and may even be able to perform many of the same functions that nuclear subs could. This is a lot to spend on something that won't be operational for 20 years in a rapidly changing environment.

The German election will have a lot to say on that possibility. Of course not war but whether the EU will shift to a more independent stance and look less to the US. Due to the Sub issue it's likely France will try to push for that, they know now that they cannot rely on the good will and cooperation of the US, UK and Australia.

I don't think there will ever be a world war again however(well not for a very, very long time). At most we would get limited warfare and economic warfare. There are too many issues with major wars nowadays, there is the complexity of modern societies and economies but also the US could never actually invade China nor could China ever actually invade the US. Russia can't really do anything either, I guess the EU could probably invade Russia if it spent enough on their militaries and restructured things enough. But then Russia has Nukes.

Bernd 09/18/2021 (Sat) 19:38:57 [Preview] No.45046 del
>peace and stability and that facilitates trade which facilitates wealth.
I gave you examples showing that economics and agency in the provinces is subject to the goals of the center. This platitude about "peace, stability, and trade" is neither here nor there. Japan sacrificed part of its booming tech and auto industry to not spite the USG (or its industrial lobbyists); Russia was a darling when Yeltsin was stripping his own country bare and whoring it to Atlanticist jewish oligarchs, and suddenly became Mordor when Putin stopped (or just arrested) the bloodletting; Turkey has already been put on notice for daring to buy russian military equipment; Poland is drawing flak for daring to pass a law that restricts foreign ownership of its national media (the biggest one is owned by CNN/Discovery) and another law that jews claim offends their eternal holy victim status (this is relevant here because jews have dominated US foreign policy since Lyndon Johnson); Hungary has been targeted for not prostrating themselves in front of the altar of multiculturalism, homosexuality and other depravities; and I need not detail the treatment of poorer domains further removed from the center like Libya, Syria, Venezuela, etc.
Also lol you are naive if you don't realize that war is huge business for the US (or rather the imperial "elites", which is approx. the same if oligarchy is the imperial system of government), and the threat of war the ultimate backing of her magical floating currency
>China is our biggest trading partner and we were more than willing to accommodate
So as you say Australia was then willing to accommodate for Chinese interests, obviously not for selfless reasons but because the more integrated economic relationship was beneficial. Iow, because that meant also furthering Australia's interests. However, evidently Australia was not willing (or daring) enough to put its interests ahead of those of the US. The province follows the center, again at its own expense
>Conflict in one of the busiest areas of shipping in the world benefits few, and not France.
I can believe this. After all, isn't China also something like the EU's 2nd most important trade partner? Another reason for the AUKUS allies not to provoke a war, assuming they care for the economic development of their European partners

Bernd 09/18/2021 (Sat) 20:03:01 [Preview] No.45047 del
I said "sovereign country". Taiwan in is: 1, not a sovereign country according to international recognition; 2, as mentioned, a wholly chinese affair ("chinese" meaning also "taiwanese"); 3, an extremely delicate subject with potentially great geopolitical and security implications, think for example of something like Tasmania for some reason starting to get ideas of independence and countries outside of Australia's influence encouraging them, selling them some weapons, and conducting """freedom of navigation""" exercises in the bass strait lmao
"1 china 2 systems" implies that taiwan is china too, and when the west plays with taiwan independence they are knowingly threatening china. I gave already examples of such playing or threats, here is more: Lithuania (an exemplary sycophantic US "ally") recently upgraded a quasi-diplomatic trade mission to the island, and now the US is said to be mulling over the same move. Step by step it is the empire that is encroaching into one of china's more vital interest, not the other way around. The very fact that the USG still officially upholds the "1 china" policy, as you pointed out, shows the dangerously incongruous behavior
>We don't have almost constant war
The US has been almost constantly at war, and her allies and vassals soon follow her, and soon enough war follows them back. I don't think Australia is an exception, although by virtue of being one of the most remote provinces, perhaps you have not seen so much of the "culturally-enriching" results of the wars "following you back" into oceania. Lucky you (although, Brenton Tarrant probably thought otherwise)
>the way that China is going about it that is the issue here.
What alternative did the "pivot to Asia-pacific" give them? Since then it has been an explicit goal for the US to suppress China's rise. I already prompted you to spell out your "much better ways to go about it"
>AUKUS probably was extreme and will have ramifications down
Nothing is free is consequences, but many did expect extreme measures: the USG launching a "preemptive war" before its global status becomes undeniably challenged (by any country) has been long in the cards, and widely discussed wrt to China since the first forecasts showing them eventually overtaking the US as the world leading economy
Next, I suppose more deployments to Japan might come (and not because Japan itself would need them, having already one of the largest naval forces in the world)
>due to the behaviour of China.
You are just restating your position. I already countered this so you can re-read my reply if you want

Bernd 09/19/2021 (Sun) 02:02:57 [Preview] No.45054 del
And yet Japan is the third largest economy in the world... Say what you want but you cannot deny that she benefits from this too.

>However, evidently Australia was not willing (or daring) enough to put its interests ahead of those of the US. The province follows the center, again at its own expense

Well Chinas actions were threatening her as well that is why she did this. She may profit from China but she won't profit from Asia at all if China starts a war there. As I have said, I don't agree with the way they went about this but they did it for a valid reason.

>I can believe this. After all, isn't China also something like the EU's 2nd most important trade partner?

Yes but they are also slightly insane obviously.

Taiwan is a sovereign country whatever way you look at it, surely you know very well why they don't recognise Taiwan as being China(they do still see her as a sovereign nation). It's far from a wholly Chinese affair, that makes no sense. Yes I agree it is delicate. Well if Tasmania was the Government, had bled itself white in a world war for the west and then fought a civil war right after that forced them to flee to Tasmania, well then the situation would be quite different.

That lists just proves my point... The most Major war there in recent times is the Irag war and that was just the superpowers of the world ganging up on some third world nowhere. The War on terror is not a war, it's a policing action.

>What alternative did the "pivot to Asia-pacific" give them?

They were doing this before the pivot to Asia and it is what caused the Pivot to Asia in the first place.

>the USG launching a "preemptive war" before its global status becomes undeniably challenged (by any country) has been long in the cards

Yes, that's how the First world war started.

>You are just restating your position. I already countered this so you can re-read my reply if you want

You have not though. You just repeat the same senseless narratives. It is undeniable that what China is going in the South China sea is both illegal and threatening to many nations in the area. And there is no justification for it.

Bernd 09/19/2021 (Sun) 10:39:08 [Preview] No.45058 del
reminder that Taiwan is rightful Dutch clay

Bernd 09/19/2021 (Sun) 10:53:24 [Preview] No.45059 del
Gypsies been shooting each other in BTC (shopping mall area) in Ljubljana on Friday.


Google translate followings:

>In front of the Kofi plac bar next to the market in the BTC shopping center, shots rang out shortly after 1.30 pm today. According to the first data, it was a settlement of two groups. She was picked up by three, two with a firearm and one person with a blunt object.

>The shooting in BTC in broad daylight caused panic and excitement among employees and passersby. “It wasn’t just a few shots. It was heard in two bursts. Like someone throwing firecrackers. At least fifteen shots were fired, "said one of the witnesses to the incident, who heard screams soon after. At that time, people were scattering around, and she also withdrew to one of the bars. "I am still shaking, I was in shock. Here, we all first thought it was a dispute over compliance with the PCT condition. We humans have obviously really gotten nervous. Well, it seems that this was not the case, "added another witness, with whom we were able to speak shortly after the event.

>It all happened in front of the Kofi plac bar next to the market in BTC. According to the first, unofficial data, it was a shooting between a group of Roma and individuals from the countries of the former Yugoslavia. According to one of the witnesses, they allegedly quarreled on the terrace of the bar, after which they first fired into the air and then at people. Still others recounted a white car that had arrived just before the shooting and from which several people had stepped out. The same car was also said to have driven away quickly after the shooting. Portal Žurnal 24 also reported that someone allegedly threw a tear gas canister on the terrace.

>“Today around 1.40pm we were informed of an incident in which three people were injured. According to the information gathered so far, two people were injured with a firearm, and one due to a blow with an object. They were taken to the Ljubljana Clinical Center, but according to initial information, their lives are not in danger. The intervention and activities of the police officers and the collection of information on the spot are still ongoing, so we cannot provide you with more information about the event at the moment, "reads the official message of Tomaž Tomaževica, a spokesman for the Ljubljana Police Administration.

>According to our unofficial information, both of them, who were wounded by a firearm, were allegedly hit in the thigh and the other in the groin, while one person allegedly hit her in the head with a blunt object.

>“They were sitting in a cafe and there was an argument. Then I heard lightning. What more could not be seen, as there were a huge number of people around. The two lay on the floor and screams were heard. Others fled. Firefighters were the first to arrive and immediately began helping the wounded. The police arrived a little later, when the shooters were nowhere to be seen, "said one of the employees in the nearby Hall A of the BTC shopping center. He added that there had never been such a thing here, but that violent riots had already taken place in a bar not far away, including a showdown with knives and firearms.

Shot were Hajro and Valentino Beganović, father and son, known drug dealers.
The absolute madmen apparently uploaded video on their tiktok, also attached in file.
https://www.tiktok.com/@monstertayson/video/7009343832634494213 [Embed]

Bernd 09/19/2021 (Sun) 18:14:30 [Preview] No.45060 del
Shootings are rare even around here. But now Slovenia really closed up to the civilized West.
>a shooting between a group of Roma and individuals from the countries of the former Yugoslavia
>witness said "We humans"
Google's translation subconsciously reflects the truth.
What kind of pay-off was this I wonder. Pretty safe bet both sides were up to no good. Model citizens usually don't go around shooting.

Bernd 09/19/2021 (Sun) 23:33:10 [Preview] No.45062 del
I have a livestream.
https://youtube.com/watch?v=lP1zzNoBZCk [Embed]

Btw La Palma is that island which has a chance of flank collapse which would trigger a massive tsunami towards America.

Bernd 09/20/2021 (Mon) 08:56:16 [Preview] No.45063 del
>has a chance
How large? Is it in that paper?
It's from 2001 I see, I guess, the amount of research they spending on the question isn't too large.

Bernd 09/20/2021 (Mon) 13:28:45 [Preview] No.45064 del
The way I understand geological evidence of prior such events (I think that's briefly mentioned in the paper too), the mean time to happen is 100,000 years.
How this translates into chance to happen during this particular eruption, I don't know, but by rule of thumb I'd use previous figure, let's say it's 10x as likely to happen than anywhere else (since the particular slope is established to be unstable), I would estimate 0.1% at max.

Bernd 09/20/2021 (Mon) 18:53:49 [Preview] No.45066 del
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>main agitator to flood europe with million+ muslims and negros
<implying not evil
fucking lügenpresse
not surprising from a british propaganda contractor

Bernd 09/20/2021 (Mon) 20:23:35 [Preview] No.45067 del
The day draws nearer when Tasmania will be liberated from the oppressive shitposter regime

Bernd 09/20/2021 (Mon) 21:11:19 [Preview] No.45069 del
There is now a terminal CO₂ shortage in UK somehow.
Fizzy drinks will have to stop production, but that's not the biggest issue...

Since UK has "humane" animal husbandry laws, pigs are killed by suffocation by CO₂. Lack of CO₂ means they cannot produce pork. (To add to that, there's a huge worker shortage there already since most workers were from E Europe.)
But guess what? They now have a shitload of pigs who were bred and they expected to slaughter them, and now they got nowhere to house them.

How did we get there, though?
Well... since gas prices are high, two fertiliser plants closed down.
And CO₂ is a side product of making ammonia from gas.

Bernd 09/21/2021 (Tue) 03:39:42 [Preview] No.45073 del
When we go to war with France and New Zealand and they annex it.

Bernd 09/21/2021 (Tue) 11:00:46 [Preview] No.45074 del
We produce quite a lot of co2 so you can have it :)

Bernd 09/21/2021 (Tue) 11:12:52 [Preview] No.45075 del
What gas? Can't read that bloomberg article for some reason.

Bernd 09/21/2021 (Tue) 16:48:43 [Preview] No.45076 del

Bernd 09/21/2021 (Tue) 22:34:44 [Preview] No.45080 del
>benefits from this too.
Funny way of saying doesn't benefit as much as it otherwise could
>Chinas actions were threatening her as well that is why she did this
Nay. They were responding to the US' so-called "containment" and Australia does what she does because the "fellas down under" are too geopolitically cucked to stand for their own interests, rather than those of the imperial center. It's easier to stay firmly put under the USG's skirt, than to stride independently. In more diplomatic terms, we might say that the 5 anglo eyes have great ethnic and cultural affinity, or imperial kinship, so plebs are willing to believe that their collective interest will be long-term protected by the USG, even if they pay an individual cost short-term
>sovereign country whatever way you look at it
I gave you a 100% objective and relevant "way to look at it" that says it is not
>they don't recognise Taiwan as being China
DPP cucks? Who cares? Right, the anglo that stands to benefit cares. On the other hand, KMT did see the island as part of a whole china (as the "real china" meme remembers)
>It's far from a wholly Chinese affair
Tasmanian independence is far from a wholly Australian affair. Such appalling lack inclusiveness to deny Indians or Brazilians a say
>Well if Tasmania was the Government, had bled itself white in a world war for the west...
1, Lol your delusions are truly serious if you think chiang fought "for the west" lmao
2, a civil war was underway before the bulk of the japanese invasion and the period normally called ww2, in fact it was a major goal for japan to keep china thus divided for easy picking
3, the japanese, invading with the typical excuse of countering communism, ended up fighting against *both* communist sympathizers and chiang's nationalists, so if you want to keep your delusion that KMT "fought for the west" you'll have to credit the CCP for the same
4, the only sense in which one can say that chiang and commies bled their people white "for the west" is in the sense that they bled "because of the west". Specifically, chiang kept fighting a retreating war always expecting the US or other allies (or even Germany in the very early stages) would send them more military aid. However, the west's "europe first" policy meant that such patience would cost them millions of casualties. Of course, the west's understandable selfishness was only a secondary cause. Mainly it was due to the chinese's own poverty, division, feckless military and corrupt leadership, including Chiang who perfidiously kept part of the western aid for his own faction precisely when his nation needed it most to defend against the japanese invasion

Bernd 09/21/2021 (Tue) 22:41:50 [Preview] No.45081 del
>That lists just proves my point
>the superpowers of the world ganging up on some third world
More accurately: the sole superpower plus its allies and lackeys cowardly ganged up on third-world Iraq in an illegitimate, criminal, fabricated war
>The War on terror is not a war
Lol, I think we are well into "der ewige aussy shitposter" territory. Afghanistan was a (totally misguided) invasion war, Iraq was a (totally illegitimate) invasion war (which still hasn't ended, with troops still there, still bombing people even against the express position of the acting iraqi gov), Syria was a proxy war on the side of ISIS, then a direct war against ISIS, now the military still occupies pockets, they still bomb targets occasionally (usually from occupied Iraq) and the "policing" consists in protecting members of the failed Syrian insurrection, terrorists among them

Anyway, I think this exchange is already exhausted. Your senseless narrative ;-) summarized: "I have no problem whatsoever with a multipolar world, just as long as everyone remembers they are ultimately subordinate to us"

Bernd 10/07/2021 (Thu) 19:09:34 [Preview] No.45216 del
Natural gas price skyrocketed in Europe. It seems only in Europe.
The growing price appeared just after EU decided everyone has to change to renewables, they even categorized nuclear energy as such, just so countries relying on that (eg. France and Hungary) could tell they are using renewable. Go Green is the word now.
Ofc, gas price also used as pressure for people to change, while countries (ours for sure) heavily subsidizes solar energy.
Meanwhile fossil fuels are in more abundance than ever.
I assume they use the change as a good excuse for liberal government spending, flooding the economy with more moneyz to stimulate it to get over the recession. Military spending, and buying vaccines aren't enough.

I did not think the whole thing through, and I'm not sure how last years Russian and Saudi trick with the oil and gas fits into this picture.

Additional information:
We made a new deal with the Russians to buy gas from them, but now their gas will come from Serbia and Austria. Up until now, it came via Ukraine, but this stops. Also we sold Russian gas to Ukraine, whom got their portion from what flowed through their country. This stops too. Now this is some 5d chess.

Bernd 10/07/2021 (Thu) 22:02:22 [Preview] No.45225 del

Gazprom used some clever tricks to increase prices, like limiting Ukrainian transit and meddling with future contracts. Surprisingly it happened just few moment before Nord Stream 2 launch - an event that can easily solve all these problems if EU politicians wouldn't oppose much (although they already mostly supporting it). So now there is no way to oppose NS2.

EU leaders, as always, displayed their competence and skills by allowing to monopolize their gas source, while failing to secure alternatives from other suppliers.

Bernd 10/08/2021 (Fri) 12:12:05 [Preview] No.45226 del
I'm fairly sure not Gazprom manipulated the EU into a energy crisis. They even use evil Putin to show how he exploit innocent Europeans when they are vulnerable when he tries to peddle more gas to then on increased price.
It is also not a coincidence that large Euro corpos going into directions like Rheinmetall does >>45087 A whole industry is getting built on non-fossil basis, they need to sell their shit somewhere, what is better for starter as the big unified inner market of the EU?
But for this people need to be intimidated ("climate change will kill us"), then pressured (high gas prices), then offered a way out of both ("buy our solar panels").
Fun part is due to subsidies the whole going green is very attractive, since it promises less cost. But in a few years, when we have more people using solar panels at their homes, the income from gas consumers will fall, and this will leave a huge gap in the income of the utility companies and tax of the state. So they'll change tactics and reap what they saw, rising prices (including tax) will fill the hole. And this will even better since EU will depend less on natural gas Russia is offering, and the EU can stuff its own companies with the monies which went to Russia up until then. They're planning to go full fossil independent in the next decade, which means no need for gas from Russia anymore.

Bernd 10/08/2021 (Fri) 14:27:15 [Preview] No.45227 del
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>I'm fairly sure not Gazprom manipulated the EU into a energy crisis.

Gazprom isn't single source of problems, but current gas prices are result from it's work too. At least Gazprom trying to use current environment for NS2 goals.

Of course it is mostly result of EU politics, but there is no big difference in terms of "green" energy from last winter, and last winter had no such high prices. This time there is unexpected rise from nothing, while EU energy politics didn't change.

>A whole industry is getting built on non-fossil basis, they need to sell their shit somewhere, what is better for starter as the big unified inner market of the EU?

On large time scale - yes, it is good that gas prices are rising. But local shocking price rise still is a problem.

>And this will even better since EU will depend less on natural gas Russia is offering, and the EU can stuff its own companies with the monies which went to Russia up until then. They're planning to go full fossil independent in the next decade, which means no need for gas from Russia anymore.

It is optimistic plan, but somewhat unrealistic, especially when nuclear power is also marked "not good" (although still allowed).

Allowed renewables (solar/wind) have problematic reliability. For reliable system they require excessive complex storage systems that overlap average demand multiple times. Otherwise system may collapse in bad weather conditions. This is tremendous amount of money. And most of electronic/battery tech is made in China (and will be), so EU will change one monopoly to another with same results.

Bernd 10/08/2021 (Fri) 14:50:42 [Preview] No.45228 del
>nuclear power is also marked "not good"
But that's the thing. The EU just approved the categorization of nuclear as renewable. Some dispute around the waste, but Fronce said they're gonna just dump it into Switzerland and everybody was fine with that.

Bernd 10/08/2021 (Fri) 15:06:33 [Preview] No.45229 del
I'm trying to find the article. I think I saw it on couple of news sites.

Bernd 10/08/2021 (Fri) 15:17:27 [Preview] No.45230 del
I can't find it at the moment, only articles that they are looking into it. These articles half year old. This thing was very recent I saw some days ago.

Bernd 10/08/2021 (Fri) 20:17:36 [Preview] No.45232 del

That looks good, although it is hard to imagine how things would go in future, considering that modern progressive opinion is "nuclear energy is evil" (like in Germany).

Bernd 10/09/2021 (Sat) 10:36:37 [Preview] No.45233 del
I think they just really want to get rid of fossils.
UK too seems to turn toward nuclear to move away from coal.

Bernd 10/09/2021 (Sat) 19:20:17 [Preview] No.45246 del
Gazprom was not to blame for the hike in gas prices:
- First of all it was due to the EU's own "green" faggotry: shutting down coal, fuel, and even nuclear plants
- Norway had delivery issues
- Euro zone economic activity is picking up after flu hysteria, driving demand
- Winter is coming: countries (including gas transit partners) are storing reserves
- NS2 certification is waiting for EU politics bullshit to run its course
- NS2 should be more profitable than the existing lines, plus it is in the interest of Russia to limit funding to the openly antagonistic Ukro government, so better if Gazprom does not sign new shipment deals with them. This is perfectly good self-interested choice, nobody can claim that Russia is not in her right to limit business with unfriendly and threatening would-be enemy governments

Also Russia does not have a monopoly on EU gas, what are you saying?

In another thread you posted links to The grauniad and Times of Moscow... are those you kind of sources? For some reason, magyar bernd often makes a points of qualifying mentions of RT but oddly not so much of other publications, as if they were not all dealing in the same business. It is jarring seeing Russians themselves quote western (or "westernist") pamphlets as if their word were authoritative

"Question more" ;^)

Asia (China, later maybe India) should probably be Russia main energy focus anyway: growing market, friendly relations, not pushing faggot degeneracy on you, not trying to fucking regime-change you (open EU goal, Parliament or Commission can't remember), etc
Of course EU (or Germany, really) is important too, but they are the ones making things difficult for everyone by e.g. inviting Poland to the NS2 certification knowing full well that they would stonewall it, or putting legal hurdles on the uses of the infrastructure

Bernd 10/09/2021 (Sat) 19:21:48 [Preview] No.45247 del
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Speaking of AUSUKUS

Apparently cia glowniggers were at one point planning to abduct and/or assassinate aussy white wizard Assange when he was still at the ecuadorian embassy in london. They were also preparing to fight the ruskie diplomatic security in case they tried to give him asylum in russia

Bernd 10/10/2021 (Sun) 13:16:04 [Preview] No.45249 del
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>- First of all it was due to the EU's own "green" faggotry: shutting down coal, fuel, and even nuclear plants

This didn't happen this year. EU had that politics for years. The most recent closure of nuclear power plant happened in Germany in 2017, but most of them in early 2010s. EU policies are surely main reason of energy crisis in long-term period, but I talk about short-term (i.e. current unexpected prices rise).

>- Euro zone economic activity is picking up after flu hysteria, driving demand
>- Winter is coming: countries (including gas transit partners) are storing reserves

In 2018 there were no coronavirus, and economic activity was better than today, and winter still happened.

> NS2
> nobody can claim that Russia is not in her right to limit business

Yes, it perfectly reasonable for Russia to use this situation, and it is normal. But it is mostly EU fault that they got into that situation, because it is goal of foreign politics to prevent such crisises. They've had different choices, 1) stop NS2 completely and force Russia to continue normal operations as before (Russia also needs EU as market), also trying to get alternative sources 2) Don't oppose NS2 and go peacefully with Russia - in that case it would be already working. But EU decided to get worst combination of two choices, first trying to confront Russia on it, then giving up but not completely.

>Also Russia does not have a monopoly on EU gas, what are you saying?

Russia is main source of gas import for half of RU. Second one is Norway, but looks like they can't fill entire demand even if they'd want. So Russia may be not single source, but source with biggest influence. Promised LNG alternative still not happen.

>In another thread you posted links to The grauniad and Times of Moscow... are those you kind of sources?

For English ones I often google source before posting, because most of Russian sources aren't translated properly, and google translate is shit. Biggest English-language source for Russian news is RT, but they often ignore some local happenings. TASS has English version, but their reporting are mostly very short and "official", they rarely include videos or such. I don't read these sites for Russian news anyway.

I understand your questiong though, because I know about biases of these sources.

>It is jarring seeing Russians themselves quote western (or "westernist") pamphlets as if their word were authoritative

It depends on context, because some news reporting are ok even in very biased sources. At least they look ok for me in such situations.

Personally I don't like both "viewpoints" (but I'm not neutral though), because modern western one becames more and more horrible each year (with all that sjw/lgbtblm++/refugees shit), and Russian one is often contradicts with reality that I can see every day.

>Asia (China, later maybe India) should probably be Russia main energy focus anyway: growing market,
>friendly relations

China is already a target of gas export, although they aren't that profitable. Gazprom sells gas into China at much less price (even cheaper than Belarus got): https://www.interfax.ru/business/756994 (Russian-language source, sorry).

Chinese are not that "friendly" as they seem, they always seriously manipulate for own profits. Compared to EU situation, Russia doesn't have any means to protect own interests there, because EU much weaker politically. There are plenty of situations where China use Russian resources without real mutual benefits, like with wood exports. So global choices are "stay with west and enjoy political shit" or "stay with China and enjoy economical exploitation". Sadly, independent Russia without any those shit is not a choice.

Russian-Indian relations aren't too good, looks like India is more US-oriented now. China is also doesn't like India much, and would oppose.

Bernd 10/10/2021 (Sun) 13:17:15 [Preview] No.45250 del
>Russia is main source of gas import for half of RU.

*half of EU.

Bernd 10/16/2021 (Sat) 19:43:44 [Preview] No.45315 del
They say a Turkish soldier was able to shoot across the Dardanelles with his bow. It is an unbelievable feat, but it seems Drachenlord managed to shoot across the Skagerrak. From Bavaria.
But with great effort on behalf of German journalists the truth came to light. He is in fact not the Norwegian Legolas.

Bernd 10/17/2021 (Sun) 17:49:01 [Preview] No.45316 del
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>For some reason, magyar bernd often makes a points of qualifying mentions of RT but oddly not so much of other publications, as if they were not all dealing in the same business.
Lauer mehr.

EU still not approved it. Despite many "normal" households will be cold this winter. Unless they limit gas prices (and pay the rest from the common coffer).
But Germany lowered tax on renewable and France offers money directly.

Also in that article:
>oil price has spiked by $80 a barrel.
Early in 2020 how much the oil price fell? From how many dollars? Anyone remembers?
First link I found:
It says:
>Brent crude oil prices also tumbled, closing at $9.12 a barrel on April 21, a far cry from the $70 a barrel crude oil fetched at the beginning of the year
Not sure that $80 means the same, but not much higher than what the Brent crude oil was, $70.
Considering the price drop was a crisis in itself, we can say the price normalized. At the moment, it can go higher.
Also gas and oil tend to move together (when the price rises).

Bernd 10/22/2021 (Fri) 11:31:26 [Preview] No.45351 del
A Spanish female thrill writer called Carmen Mola just won the Plaenta prize worth 1 Million Euros, rather embarrassingly it turned out that Carmen Mola was actually three men.

Bernd 10/22/2021 (Fri) 13:42:20 [Preview] No.45352 del
Saw that in the news. Now they only get €333333,33 per kopf.
Since I heard Sappho was probably a man, I don't get surprised by anything.

Bernd 10/22/2021 (Fri) 15:34:58 [Preview] No.45353 del
The fact that it was three of them surprised me the most.

Bernd 11/03/2021 (Wed) 13:05:50 [Preview] No.45450 del
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The Submarine saga is still ongoing. Macron said Morrison lied to him and then a Text from Macron to Morrison was leaked to the Australian media, it was meant to defend him against the allegations of lying but I don't think it does. I didn't even know that heads of state texted each other, regardless the French are even more unhappy than they were before.

Bernd 11/03/2021 (Wed) 19:58:48 [Preview] No.45451 del
>I didn't even know that heads of state texted each other
Why not. I bet they share cute cat videos too. And rate insta whores.

Ambassador returned to Australia. After pointlessly called back. Nothing changed, just shows how impotent France is. Embarrassing.
>Bernd Lange, a German legislator and chairman of the European Parliament’s Committee on International Trade, said questions have been raised about whether Australia can be trusted.
And not just because he is called Bernd.
The question is: trust with what? Do they expect Australia attacking French and German convoys with their new nuke subs or what?

Bernd 11/13/2021 (Sat) 22:03:13 [Preview] No.45554 del
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There could be 3-3 thousand tons of gold and silver in one of the hills of the country, worth about €153 billion. Hungary rich.

Bernd 11/17/2021 (Wed) 03:13:34 [Preview] No.45584 del
any italic niggers?
is this getting any play over there?
just a complete sham?

Bernd 11/17/2021 (Wed) 09:22:24 [Preview] No.45585 del
Try kohlchan.net/int. Ask if this is real or not, if any of this features in the news, or any info can be found about it.
Also don't post spaghetti broken in half, or served with ketchup.

Bernd 11/17/2021 (Wed) 09:22:47 [Preview] No.45586 del
Oh best would be making a webm out of it and post it in the OP.

Bernd 11/18/2021 (Thu) 01:29:48 [Preview] No.45594 del
Have you tried /ita/?
This is the one I've found, but with how boards have been disorganized in the past years they might also be active on another site.

Dutch bernd Bernd 11/21/2021 (Sun) 23:40:30 [Preview] No.45623 del
An Italian imageboard. Well now I've seen everything

Bernd 11/22/2021 (Mon) 17:41:59 [Preview] No.45629 del
There was also diochan, that one might be more active

Bernd 11/22/2021 (Mon) 19:37:21 [Preview] No.45630 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=ArWeoIK3Idc [Embed]

Seems like Lukashenko completely lost his mind

Bernd 11/22/2021 (Mon) 21:12:32 [Preview] No.45632 del
Only watched the first couple of minutes yet. He is right that some leaders of some EU countries invited the migrants, the migrants don't want to go to Belarus, but the EU (the richer part of the EU). If I were in his place, I wouldn't put up with the migrants either.
Apart from this, he still could completely lost his mind, I do not argue with that.

I wouldn't even let the migrants in my country in the first place. Okay, he says they had some deal with the EU to let them in - and through -, in return the financing of the facilities, so ok. But how the fuck those migrants get there? I'm pretty sure not via the Mediterranean or the Balkans what he said in that couple of minutes I watched.

I might have time for the full interview tomorrow. Just this little is a gold mine.

Bernd 11/22/2021 (Mon) 22:26:07 [Preview] No.45633 del
Comedy fucking gold, he completely loses it halfway through and devolves into proofster tier shitposting.

Bernd 11/23/2021 (Tue) 00:30:27 [Preview] No.45635 del
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>Seems like Lukashenko completely lost his mind

You never seen him before? He was always like this, just look at his videos when he inspects local factories and swears at directors. Or his speech about meat and potatoes. Or his previous interviews with western journalists.

It is his style.

But he is pretty smart person, he only looks silly. He is smart not like intellectual, but like tricky and skillful politician, who balances between EU and Russia for dozens of years and still not completely submitted to any of them, and also remains in power while having multiple internal enemies and non-loyal population.

It is very complex task: typical western politician would resign after much less shit that Lukashenko did, and typical eastern one would be in prison or at least hiding in some banana country. But Lukashenko still here.

Bernd 11/23/2021 (Tue) 03:01:18 [Preview] No.45636 del

Bernd 11/23/2021 (Tue) 11:22:04 [Preview] No.45641 del
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His style kinda cringe in that situation. It's like when random people making videos of bumpkins in some backwater village and upload them to youtube for everyone to laugh.
In a different situation it's cool, I can imagine that factory inspections and the others. He's like the lord of his farm who similarly shoveled shit in all his life next to his workers, but he is the largest, the boldest, and with the loudest mouth.

I watched further, he continues to have some points.
Like "some people said", yeah he can reply "one story for you, one story for me, we can gossip all day about what people say". Sure maybe they can find people to say it into the camera, that Belorussian soldiers let them through. But how much is that a fact, and how much a conjecture? Like the guy was in camo fatigues, so the migrant thought he's a soldier. Could have been some activist from Western NGO for all we know. Or who knows maybe reporters payed the refugee to say that. So in the end what should he reply to such statements? "Proofs?" sounds adequate.
Or when asked how Merkel addressed him. He is right, it doesn't matter. No matter what Westerners (officials, journalists, general population) think or say about his legitimacy, still they turn to him when actions come, he is the one they make deals with.
It is hilarious tho. Not just for his style but for some statements, like "Trump told you to leave EU and you left", the WWII sidetrack, etc.
And the reporter has the patience of a Buddha statue.

Bernd 11/23/2021 (Tue) 11:26:23 [Preview] No.45642 del
Also I believe when he picked the topic of WWII, he also pulled a joke on Steve, it was a remark about his ancestry and the not so rare practice of the Jews pointing to the Holocaust when someone criticizing them.

Bernd 11/24/2021 (Wed) 13:52:49 [Preview] No.45657 del
>But he is pretty smart person, he only looks silly. He is smart not like intellectual, but like tricky and skillful politician
Sometimes those leaders play up the buffoon image to make others underestimate them and even to win popular support. Other leaders won't expect him to pull off an intelligent maneuver, and middle-aged fat Belarusian alcoholics will look at him and think "he's just like me!"

Bernd 11/26/2021 (Fri) 14:58:15 [Preview] No.45683 del
Australia is invading the Solomon islands, there is a lot of rioting happening there and apparently one of the reasons is because the government stopped recognising China as being China and recognised Chian as China instead. But this goes back to what I was saying before, Australia should never have joined AUKUS and should not be tied to the US as we are in a position where we can follow our own agenda and form alliances and networks with our neighbours.

Bernd 11/26/2021 (Fri) 17:19:19 [Preview] No.45684 del
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They're lynching chinks? Neat

Bernd 11/26/2021 (Fri) 21:09:19 [Preview] No.45686 del
>His style kinda cringe in that situation. It's like when random people making videos of bumpkins in some backwater village

It is normal: he actually has villager personality and doesn't pretend that he is intellectual or such.

Bernd 11/27/2021 (Sat) 07:48:52 [Preview] No.45688 del
>It is normal:
I guess so.
>he actually has villager personality
I can definitely see that.
It is still cringe to see it materializing in such interview.

Is this a typo?

Bernd 11/28/2021 (Sun) 21:49:28 [Preview] No.45699 del
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I'm gonna repost this insanity.
>In the first instance, anyone that doesn’t like a comment left by an anonymous user can file a complaint directly with the operator of that online platform.
>The platform will be expected to stand up a functional and easy-to-use complaints and takedown process for posts that a person deems to be defamatory towards them.
>my face when the trolls become complainers and everything has to be taken down for bs reasons

Bernd 11/28/2021 (Sun) 22:22:55 [Preview] No.45701 del

What was started as prison colony is still a prison colony. Nothing changes.

Bernd 11/29/2021 (Mon) 08:28:32 [Preview] No.45716 del
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Apparently they like it that way...

Bernd 12/01/2021 (Wed) 01:24:33 [Preview] No.45732 del
All apart from SA, SA is a free state.

Bernd 12/07/2021 (Tue) 20:31:44 [Preview] No.45786 del
Listening AlJazeera's video stream. Right now debriefing of the journos after the Biden-Puten video chat is going. I think the bloke talking is called Jake Sullivan.
He said the US won't tolerate "further invasion of Ukraine". This shit makes them look so weak.
>Yeah, Russia invaded the Ukraine occupied lands, we did nothing, but one more step we are assure everyone we will call that very problematic and we will be very concerned!
Ukraine is so fucked in this regard (too). It is axiomatic that war between nuclear powers is unimaginable (at the moment). So if they'd let Ukraine into NATO, that would shut down this whole thing, Ukraine wouldn't be threatened anymore. However they can't let Ukraine into the NATO, due to Crimea, since their stance is that it belongs to Ukraine, and they should make steps to recover it. It doesn't even matter that Ukraine might not want to give up Crimea for this stance they hold. Donbass also complicates things, since allowing Ukraine into NATO would mean take steps there, which would most likely mean fighting.
So US can only do such strict measures and steps, which mean little in practice.
And Putin can freely aggravate the situation and laugh.

The whole thing reminds me of China-Taiwan situation (one of the journos too drew parallel), where US can't acknowledge Taiwan officially, but still pretends to take serious action, and the whole thing is just sabre rattling.
In case of Taiwan there was some trade talks between the US and China, essentially the situation was exploited by both sides for these talks. Now this Ukraine thing is probably used in similar situation, maybe in relation to Nord Stream.

While I'm typing this Sullivan is still talking and he has nothing to offer to the journos, saying the same things over and over, and just talking gibberish.

Bernd 12/07/2021 (Tue) 20:36:36 [Preview] No.45787 del

Fugg it's not easy to type while keeping attention on what they say.

Bernd 12/08/2021 (Wed) 03:17:00 [Preview] No.45788 del
I don't think war between Nuclear powers is that unlikely, both know the effects nukes would have and also know the others do too, so they know they would be unlikely to be used particularly in a war like this.

I think the real issue is that even conventionally, the US has no way to stop Russia. It doesn't have the forces to spare that would be needed to face the size of the forces Russia already has in the area and mustering those forces would be expensive and draw the population into a war they don't want(and maybe even give China Taiwan). That goes for NATO as a whole as well, sure they could mobilize all forces and march to the Ukrainian border but they won't, it's just too expensive and too much effort, they don't want to waste resources and lives on Ukraine. All that would be left would be sending small forces but against such a force they won't achieve much and only serve to sever any ties they had with Russia and in the event of a loss(which would be likely) they will loose face and whatever they sent.

Bernd 12/09/2021 (Thu) 18:21:20 [Preview] No.45796 del
>nooooooo you can't use fossil fuel as energy source
>nooooooo you can't replace fossil fuel with nuclear energy
>you have to depend on US, EU, or China made solar panels and cover the desert with trash
>pretty weird way to hug Mother Earth
I bet he thought he's witty.

Bernd 12/10/2021 (Fri) 18:48:24 [Preview] No.45821 del
>This didn't happen this year.
Maybe there was no change in 2021, I didn't check, but I remember that there's still in Germany a plan to wind down operation of the remaining nuclear plants (5 or 6, I think). So the process seems to be ongoing. (And with the new coalition govt including the "greens" it might just continue.) Anyway, even if they had dropped the eco-nonsense, the point is that some damage was already done: the replacement of power sources caused by the eco zealotry, contributes greatly to the inability to rapidly throttle up supply when demand increases, which causes shortages. You can throttle up under-demand coal- or nuclear-based power supply at-will, but not so wind, solar, or hydro power which depends on the mood of the climate

>In 2018 there were no coronavirus, and economic activity was better than today, and winter still happened.
Lol, you're being facetious. 2018 did not follow a massive halt of economic activity. Since mid-2021 things were re-starting, that's the point: it's the gradient that matters in this analysis, not the absolute volume.
Also each of the points I raised add up to a cumulative effect. Notice too that I did not say that gazprom played no part, I only said they were not the ones to blame which is the bandwagon the CNNs/BBCs/DWs/etc immediately jumped on

>Second one is Norway, but looks like they can't fill entire demand even if they'd want. So Russia may be not single source, but source with biggest influence. Promised LNG alternative still not happen.
LNG, being much more expensive, is hardly an alternative specially at a such times when prices jump world-wide. Regarding other providers, apart from relatively minor ones like Algeria/Qatar/USA, I remember that there is that Azerbaijan-EU gas project (TANAP and related lines) which is expected to grow imports to near Dutch level during the next 5 years. That might become important

>It depends on context, because some news reporting are ok even in very biased sources
Well, sure, on a case-by-case basis, indeed, even biased publications can produce OK articles. In general though, one needs to read from a variety of sources to fill in gaps and notice contrasts and contradictions. But I see that you know what I meant
>although they aren't that profitable. Gazprom sells gas into China at much less price
Interesting. IIUC this is a result of 2 things: the volume that they import and that a contract currently in force was signed at a time when Russia was in need to diversify partners, which gave them leverage
>looks like India is more US-oriented now.
I noticed some of this too. Some of it may be opportunism, since India and China are historically regional competitors/adversaries, now that US-China relations are at a low point, perhaps India might be looking to replace China as the cheap-labour for US capital.
There was an India-Russia meeting recently but I have not read about it yet

Bernd 12/10/2021 (Fri) 18:58:15 [Preview] No.45822 del
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Oh it's a reference to the russiagate proofster
>>oil price has spiked by $80 a barrel.
>Early in 2020 how much the oil price fell? From how many dollars? Anyone remembers?
In US futures per barrel fell by ~$90 considering the lowest (negative) prices, before it was around $60-70. So indeed a kind of normalization

Bernd 12/10/2021 (Fri) 19:36:48 [Preview] No.45823 del
>So if they'd let Ukraine into NATO, that would shut down this whole thing
I think you are getting this wrong. As I see it, it is the risk of Ukraine becoming another Baltic-like slut for yank rockets that underlies this issue since 2014
Let's recap: US encouraged, funded, and abetted a coup which replaced a corrupt pro-russia govt with another corrupt, jewish, histerically anti-russia and sluttily pro-anything-that-is-anti-russia. One of the intended goals of this regime-change op was to kick the russian navy out of crimea where they had leased a base for a long time, and thus, to a reasonable degree, out of the black sea. Preempting that, while ukraine remained in disorder, russia stepped in with a referendum for crimea, a territory which had been "gifted" to the UkrSSR by the Soviet leader Khruschev (who IIRC was from the ukraine himself), to re-join the motherland, which they took with both hands. This was easy, no one was killed, plenty of ukrainian militaries defected, people from elsewhere in the country left for or returned to crimea. Obongo was livid, prospects of converting sebastopol into a USN base suddenly shelved.
Crimea was not alone in rejecting the new anti-russia project. In general, anti vs pro-russia sentiment followed a gradient from the westernmost patch (another region given to the UkrSSR by Soviets, although in this case not a historically russian territory as can be seen by the lower Orthodoxy/Catholicism ratio) being the most anti, towards the east/south, being the most pro. And indeed the eastern provinces of donetsk and lugansk were committed enough to take up arms, leading to the donbass civil war. This civil war was stopped with the signing of the Minsk accord, to which western european countries like germany lent authority. This accord required the central govt of ukraine to reform into a federative system and to grant the donbass provinces limited autonomy.
But the govt of ukraine, with silent blessing from usa/nato, has all but repudiated the agreement it signed. Instead of fulfilling the agreement it has passed laws against its sizable russian-speaking population, politicians which are insufficiently anti-russia are held in indefinite house arrest, others die in front of their homes victims of "stray bullets", opposition media is summarily closed... but, well, it also holds fag parades now and publishes children books parroting the western-style slogans such as racial "diversity" (meaning mixture), and most importantly it invited us/uk militaries, bought weapons from them and almost demanded to be allowed to suck NATO's gock. (So you can see that the Ukrainian government well deserves to be invited to USA's online Summit of Propaganda, unlike such obviously "undemocratic" shitholes like Russia or Hungary ;) Furthermore this year the ukraine govt has twice set up large-scale military deployments in the vicinity of donbass. In both cases (first in march/april and then now) russia responded with similar deployments near its own borders. In both cases the western and westernist MSM run around screaming about the imminent invasion of mongol barbarians, as they have done for years, completely ignoring that Ukraine was deploying forces towards donbass disregarding the Minsk aggreement.
So, going back to the starting point, in my opinion "letting Ukraine into NATO" (the legal formality) would not "shut down" anything by itself, if anything, it would be the ink-on-paper conclusion of the regime-change project started in 2014. But that is precisely the security threat that concerns russia, so I think that if effective action is undertaken to expand nato into ukraine, russia would try to prevent it
>Ukraine wouldn't be threatened anymore.
It is amusing this kind of thinking that assumes and internalizes US dominance wherever. Ukraine wouldn't be threatened if she wouldn't threaten her neighbor either
>US can only do ... little in practice.
Of course US could theoretically do a lot, but Ukraine is hardly a central concern for US. It is just a juicy nice-to-have if it can be termina

Bernd 12/10/2021 (Fri) 19:41:21 [Preview] No.45824 del
Well, one picks the news source, he gets the bias included. Every news outlet suffers from this, and this needs to be calculated, and read between the lines sometimes. But yeah me pointing out RT's unparalleled reliability (it literally can't be biased if it's state owned), is a quip towards RT and those who say:
>oh yeah, CNN said it? no proofs, where is RT link?
Ofc, others do this in reverse, but in relation to RT it was more meme worthy in a certain time. I think the meme already passed the boundary of one specific case (RT) and more like a jab toward the general behaviour.

Bernd 12/10/2021 (Fri) 19:41:43 [Preview] No.45825 del
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>US can only do ... little in practice.
Ukraine is a hardly a central concern for US. It is just a juicy nice-to-have if it can be terminally pitted against russia and used as justification for selling economic warfare and cold war 2 to other countries, all the better if there is kin bloodshed, but they are not likely to go shoot at russians for the sake of little russians
>reminds me of China-Taiwan situation ... and the whole thing is just sabre rattling.
Indeed it is similar, in both cases we recognise a project by USA to peel geographically, ethnically, and historically kin populations and territories away from USA's designated adversaries. The main difference is that Russia and the UN recognises Ukraine as a separate (though close) country, while China and the UN see Taiwan as a (rebellious) second system within the only China. However, I don't think it is "just" sabre rattling: probably the US and allies/vassals are not going to go fight in ukraine/taiwan but they are serious war projects in the sense of cold, economic, or hybrid war. The US goal might not be winning a hot war against russia/china on their own borders, but to extend the era of global hegemony by finding ways to cripple their development

Bernd 12/10/2021 (Fri) 19:43:37 [Preview] No.45826 del
Character limit. Best breaking up a long text into several shorter posts.

Bernd 12/20/2021 (Mon) 23:46:14 [Preview] No.45909 del
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From what I hear Bulgarians are rushing into Turkey and taking advantage of the inflation over there to buy lots of goods, leaving Turkish grocers empty.
No reliable source just some twitter memes.

Bernd 12/22/2021 (Wed) 13:31:48 [Preview] No.45918 del
It's plausible. Shopping tourism is a known phenomenon. Recently Austrians came here to buy a tankful of gas here, since our govt. fixed the price. Or Hungarians went to Ukraine to buy cigarettes, or vodka.

Bernd 12/22/2021 (Wed) 20:41:37 [Preview] No.45922 del
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Maded some screenshots of graphs, these can be found on google, I just searched "hungary covid" and it presents the graphs.
For now, 5 countries:
Austria, Hungary, Israel, Romania, and UK
I'm gonna post 2 graphs per country, one is the new cases (light blue: new case/day, dark blue line 7 days average); the other is # of vaxx administered (light green: at least 1 shot; mid green: fully vaxxed with 2; dark green: 3rd booster shot).

So first, Austria and Hungary.
Both about 10 mil population.
I would guess Austria has better healthcare system.
From the news and reading of my own I know they employed strict lockdown measures, restrictions, and deamand the use of FFP2 masks.
Here Orbán said our protection relies on vaccination, no real lockdowns or restrictions, and whatever mask or scarf in front of the face suit when on public transportation and in shops and such places.
Comparing vaxx stats, while it seems we started earlier they have higher percentages:
Austria: at least 1 shot 73,5%; fully vaxxed 70,9%; got booster: 37,5%
Hungary: at least 1 shot 63,9%; fully vaxxed 61,0%; got booster: 31,9%

Despite all the above, Austria's 7 days average during last wave went close to 15K, while ours hovered a bit at 10K.

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Israel and Romania

Israel is also about 10 mil, Romania about 19.
I have no idea about restrictions and measures in these countries.
But Israel is the generally cited model for vaccination with high participation, while Romania is very much behind in that area, so they are kinda on the opposite ends of the spectrum.
Here's the stats:
Israel: 1 shot 70,2%; 2 shots 63,5%, 3 shots 45,2%
Romania: 1 shot 40,9%; 2 shots 40,1%; 3 shots 0

Both countries are passed the last wave, Israel, similarly to us they get aboot 10K on 7 day average at the top, while Romania went up to 15K similarly to Austria (with larger population).

All these countries are following similar pattern - not all countries follow the same, uploading the example of the UK in the next post -, I'm not sure what is exactly that makes it similar (for Austria, Hungary, and Romania it makes sense, we are in about the same region, with similar climate conditions, similar economies, similar social circumstances, etc.) but there are some important differences as I pointed out:
1. relatively strict measures vs. relatively lax
2. high vaccination rate vs. low
Despite this all four countries fared similarly.

Bernd 12/22/2021 (Wed) 20:56:39 [Preview] No.45924 del
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And here's UK. Wtf are they doing on that island?
Their population is ofc way higher, so I don't want to compare case numbers, but that pattern is very different. I'm really curious what is the cause of that. I'm sure they employ similar measures, restrictions and masks, and the vaccination campaign goes similarly:
1 dose 76,6%; 2 doses 70; 3 doses 43,1%

Do they have more delta? Their behaviour is different? Does their climate matter?

Bernd 12/22/2021 (Wed) 20:57:48 [Preview] No.45925 del
Ofc, all the data can be plain wrong.

Bernd 12/30/2021 (Thu) 10:31:41 [Preview] No.45989 del
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UK granted USA's appeal on the trial for the extradition of Assange. This was appealed in turn, to the supreme court, but I have read that considering the judge involved in the appeal and the composition of the supreme court, it doesn't seem likely to succeed
>the sexual allegations (not even charges just slander) was hogwash intended to grab him sweden, a country with a 100% record of extradition to usa, the useful bitch "just wanted him to take an std test"
>for years US denied having served a secret extradition request, they lied
>UN resolution says he is unlawfully detained and should be released and compensated: crickets
>the icelandic witness that claimed he was a hacker rather than a publisher is a fraudster and pederast convict who admitted to providing false testimony (!)
>US spied on his legal counselors and meetings via a private surveillance company (!)
>the state that practices extrajudicial kidnappings ("rendition") and torture ("special procedures") promises all will be fine
>after they already planned to kidnap or assassinate him (!!!)
>7+ years of detention in various forms for publishing only truth
I have thought that the destruction of this guy's work and life will later be seen as a pivot point in the history of the US empire

Bernd 12/30/2021 (Thu) 17:35:23 [Preview] No.45991 del
>for publishing only truth
Should have stick with lies.
Does this mean that all claims about no moon landing, ufos, and such, are all bullcrap, because noone getting bumdrilled for those?
>UN resolution says he is unlawfully detained and should be released and compensated: crickets
Some powers can be selective in regards of UN resolutions.

Bernd 12/30/2021 (Thu) 23:52:14 [Preview] No.45993 del

>All these countries are following similar pattern - not all countries follow the same, uploading the example of the UK in the next post -, I'm not sure what is exactly that makes it similar (for Austria, Hungary, and Romania it makes sense, we are in about the same region, with similar climate conditions, similar economies, similar social circumstances, etc.)

Covid is seasonal, as flu or similar viruses, so autumn-winter peaks are ok. Considering that vaccination doesn't prevent catching virus, it isn't surprising that there will be similarity for all countries that share similar weather.

There are plenty of problems with such comparisons though. Countries with different healthcare systems may have different statistical deviations from "real" situation. Austrians may do tests on every occasion because they are autists like Germans, and Romanians may ignore everything because they don't care. So real number of Romanian cases may be higher. Or not. Maybe countries that have population who ignore lockdowns already have better collective immunity from last wave that acts same as vaccination rate. Even death rate is not really a good measurement, because it is heavily related to healthcare quality.

Bernd 12/31/2021 (Fri) 00:12:53 [Preview] No.45994 del

Sadly, everyone already mostly forgot about him. And when media changed his image from freedom fighter to evil Trump-supporting traitor who is worse than several Hitlers, most of his supporters changed their minds too (as expected).

All this wouldn't end good for him.

Bernd 12/31/2021 (Fri) 09:18:07 [Preview] No.45995 del
Mainstream media here covers the events related to him, but I don't think a 1000 people knows who is Assange or what Wikileaks is, despite the documents made available by him have considerable amount info about Hungary's affairs too. I know because at one point I looked into them out of curiosity. With a superficial glance I found that foreign/American diplomats found it noteworthy that priests (I think it was about protestants) express their expectation towards their congregation to vote for Fidesz, they actively participating in the propaganda. This isn't a heinous crime ofc, I'm not writing this for it's scandalous nature, just want to note that the thing gathered and published is very worthy to mine even by local journos (and political opponents), still noone seems to do it (Hungarian journalism seems to be servile copypasting of western publications and miming western examples in general, 0 OC).

Bernd 01/02/2022 (Sun) 21:23:50 [Preview] No.46032 del
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Here comes the 5th wave in Israel.

>Covid is seasonal
In some countries, like here. Other countries like Russia or USA spreading into several climate it's really hard to categorize, or African countries with constant hot weather are also different stories.
>There will be similarity for all countries that share similar weather.
Israel has very different weather compared to around here. Yet they have very similar graph.
>Considering that vaccination doesn't prevent catching virus
I concur.
>There are plenty of problems with such comparisons though
I concur with this too.
>Astrians may do tests on every occasion because they are autists like Germans, and Romanians may ignore everything because they don't care.
Yes while Austria had fierce protests by small groups, we and the Romanians are far more practiced by quietly disregard the rules en mass.
>real number of Romanian cases may be higher. Or not
Yes, it's hard to say if the statistics are correct. I'm 100% sure our numbers are all cooked. But I dunno by how much or where it is false.
>who ignore lockdowns already have better collective immunity from last wave that acts same as vaccination rate.
I haven't thought about this.

Bernd 01/02/2022 (Sun) 21:32:13 [Preview] No.46033 del
Here's a study done by 100% anti-vaxxer researchers of University of London which shows how unreliable the stats published in the UK.
They categorize the vaccinated as unvaxxed in the first 21 days after vaccination, but in the first 14 days their immune-system is weakened which results in higher mortality at the vaccine roll out (all kinds of death, not just covid). Due to their categorization these deaths are counted as unvaxxed deaths, despite the vaccine can be blamed for it. On the long term, having the vaxx barely shows in mortality rates.

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Kazakhstan got unexpected revolt.

Liquefied gas and fuel prices seriously increased (two times or such), and protests started in few regions. But after some time, protests became political, and now there is some kind of chaos. Protest has no leaders and no specific goals (gas prices were fixed back after first day), so in some places it is just demonstrations, in other it is random looting and shooting. Some government buildings were looted, including military and security offices, so some rebels have weapons.

Government resigned, only president remained. Now he decided to act harshly against unrest, and even requested help from CSTO.


Bernd 01/06/2022 (Thu) 18:31:50 [Preview] No.46062 del
I bet it was the naimans.
I wanted to make a post. Noticed in Hungarian news:
>Russian army intervenes oyvey
I don't really know details. It is surprising a government can be just chased away so to speak. They usually cling to power even after large fuckups, the don't tend to be "honorable". Very sudden, and unexpected.
Does Kazakhstan have strong presidency, like Russia?

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>>Russian army intervenes oyvey

Funny thing that it is technically not Russia, but CSTO, by request from Kazakhstan and approved by current CSTO leader, Armenian leader Pashinyan. Who became premier-minister after local revolt like that CSTO will help to suppress now. Considering recent news, only Russian and Belorussian troops are there, but other countries are slow to respond (and don't really want, especially Kyrgyzstan). Another funny thing is that when Karabakh conflict happened, CSTO didn't do anything, although it was more suitable situation for military intervention.

Who cares though.

>Does Kazakhstan have strong presidency, like Russia?

Yes. Kazakhstan was almost last post-USSR republic that didn't change original leader - Nursultan Nazarbaev. He was first secretary of central committee of Kazakhstan Communist Party and chairman of Council of Ministers of KzSSR - technically a republic president in Soviet times. Considering that Kazakhstan is Asian country by mentality, he had more power than his Soviet counterparts. In 1990 he became president of Kazakhstan and was "elected" multiple times until 2019. In 2019 he resigned from presidency, but then became chairman of new Security Council - structure that officially has only advisory power, but de-facto has much more. Even their capital was renamed after him (Astana -> Nursultan). Yesterday he resigned from that position though, after protests.

Don't know anything about current president Tokaev, I guess he is from Nazarbaev team anyway.

Bernd 01/07/2022 (Fri) 21:19:49 [Preview] No.46074 del
Yeah, I've seen an article with "NATO of the East" in there since then.
>Who cares though.
Literally. Noone blinked an eye.
>Don't know anything about current president Tokaev, I guess he is from Nazarbaev team anyway.
AlJazeera says he is a handpicked successor of Nazarbaev.

It also says Bitcoin price fell a bit due to the crypto mining industry of Kazakhstan got offline.

Bernd 01/11/2022 (Tue) 17:06:53 [Preview] No.46099 del
Sassoli dieded
His successor is:
>Parliament’s current First Vice-President Roberta Metsola

What does that mean in practice? Not much. She is conservative, while Sassoli was socialist. The Prez of the EU Parliament moderates the hueg talk-mill, and gets to sign laws and budgets. Good for them. They are in office for relatively short terms, 2,5 years. This is renewable once.

Bernd 01/13/2022 (Thu) 21:26:23 [Preview] No.46103 del
>"I'm bankrupt now because I get 6,000 zlotys (€1,280, $1,450) a month in my pension and the wife spends 7,000 every month," Walesa told the paper.


Dutch bernd Bernd 01/15/2022 (Sat) 00:15:50 [Preview] No.46113 del
>Lech Walesa

He's bretty important in poland no?

Oh dog! why are women so evil?

Bernd 01/15/2022 (Sat) 11:47:56 [Preview] No.46122 del
Women are the embodiment of material.

Yes, he's important figure in the regime change in Poland. Was first prez after it too.

Bernd 01/15/2022 (Sat) 18:23:15 [Preview] No.46124 del
This one is autosaging, we need a new news thread. Maybe with real news now.

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