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Syria War thread Bernd 09/10/2017 (Sun) 20:54:54 [Preview] No. 10248 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Because rondam news is too small to contain it

ISIS in Deir ez-Zor got almost rekt, siege is broken.

YPG forces started their own offensive and arrived in north of Deir ez-Zor.
>US-Led Coalition ‘Will Not Allow’ Syrian Army To Cross Euphrates River In Deir Ezzor
https://twitter.com/southfronteng/status/906624779997765632
wew
I except they start fighting with each other soon, maybe even tomorrow, while ISIS will occasionaly bomb a car or a tank on both sides.

ISIS in eastern Homs are getting gradually removed and hopefully soon they will be containet in the east.

There was something about Israel entering Lebanon air space and Syria reacting with anti air defence but sadly I lost link to proofs.

Link to map
https://syria.liveuamap.com/
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Bernd 02/17/2018 (Sat) 08:03:26 [Preview] No.13707 del
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Now this is somewhat interesting.
Turks are bringing more reinforcement to Afrin while their offensive is slower than the Allies' in Italy in WWII. 4th Stronkest NATO member my ass Haha, Slovenia weak. Nevermind. But. At Afrin 2nd picrel while at Deir ez-Zor 3rd picrel.
It seems SAA and the Turkish are running a race for Afrin and YPG is willing to hold up the Turks until government forces arrive.


Bernd 02/17/2018 (Sat) 11:03:59 [Preview] No.13710 del
>>13617
Just czeched KC main and it seems USians killed 30000 Russians in Syria.


Bernd 02/17/2018 (Sat) 14:53:34 [Preview] No.13713 del
>>13707
They have been talking about the possibility for a while but YPG always denies any such thing. However, if Syria has to become openly hostile with Turkey to retake Idlib then they may as well send forces north and help the Kurds too.


Bernd 02/19/2018 (Mon) 06:36:39 [Preview] No.13733 del
>>13713
Even RT couldn't come up with proofs yet.
https://www.rt.com/news/419171-deal-syria-troops-afrin-kurds-deployment/
So they held talks that's for sure, the YPG claims they have a deal, which understandable as they can use the news to delay Turks and their allies. Syrian government said nothing, maybe because they haven't reached agreement yet and time works for them as the longer they delay the Kurds will be more desperate and give in for less.
Anyway the region is rightful Syrian clay, so the Turks couldn't enter there without violating Syria's sovereignty. Probably that's why they use their rebel allies as ground forces and they might be just shelling and sending airstrikes (I might be wrong here I dunno what's the Turkish army really do, in the map here >>13707 there's a blue gun in the north east, I don't remember that piece news itself, I also don't know what those Turkish observation points really influence in this situation).
For the SAA Afrin could be a new direction toward Idlib.
>The offensive will allow some 500,000 displaced Syrians to return to their homes in Afrin
Please no, send them to EU, we need more doctors and engineers.


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It's still unsure what's gonna happen in Afrin but it appears the Kurds there and Damascus made a deal.
https://www.rt.com/news/419337-syrian-fighters-enter-afrin-turkey/
https://www.rt.com/news/419335-syria-turkey-kurds-afrin/

Of course no Russian military personnel died on the Deir ez-Zor front, evil Americans are killing tourists and businessmen.
https://www.rt.com/news/419325-syria-russian-nationals-killed/



Art Thread Bernd 02/20/2018 (Tue) 06:07:48 [Preview] No. 13750 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
I am not an expert on art. /disclaimer

Part of one of my high school spanish classes dealt mainly with learning about various "spanish" artists in spanish. The first of which was El Greco was probably my favorite. What led me to re-visit this subject was a hand symbol in one his portraits that pops up in a couple other of his paintings and what it's meaning is. My teacher explained it as being a secret sign christians used during their persecution, but that didn't make too much sense to me for a variety of reasons, and it seems to be a mystery still.

http://www.darkfiber.com/pz/chapter1.html
This site seems to go quite in detail into the matter.
His most notable peculiarity in painting was when depicting religious scenes or figures they'd be normally quite elongated and sometimes downright unnatural looking which drew the ire of some at the time but his natural scenes were depicted in a natural and realistic manner.
Included are a couple of triptychs:
>A work, such as an altarpiece, consisting of three painted or carved panels that are hinged together.
These are attributed to him and are circa 1568. They lack the elongated figures of a lot of his works but pre-date a alot of the ones I found with such features by about 10 years, so they may in fact be his after all, like I said I'm no expert.

I came to find out looking further into it that he, and probably other artists as well, who would paint or sculpt for churches were usually involved in much more than just doing some paintings or frescoes. He did a lot of wooden sculpting and created altars and other decorations for various churches reportedly, but they were wood and none of them apparently survived. Wikipedia says there is a sculpture but I couldn't find a picture of it.
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Bernd 02/20/2018 (Tue) 08:08:06 [Preview] No.13756 del
okay third time is charm


Bernd 02/20/2018 (Tue) 08:36:05 [Preview] No.13757 del
>>13755
Okay, here is the proper Mona Lisa and the portrait of Jesus I was talking about, the four together were taking a long time to load.
This site seems to have an issue with the painting of Laocoon I keep trying to post. I will try a slightly different one.


Bernd 02/20/2018 (Tue) 09:18:06 [Preview] No.13758 del
I said El Greco was probably my favorite but if it is not him it is probably Francisco Goya. The guy was prolific in both the amount he did and in subject matter, technically speaking very talented in capturing reality, and all around a crazy motherfucker I must say.
The guy was a royal painter "early" in his career, he was 40. Surprisingly he was very popular among the royals and nobility but he did not produce the most flattering works of them. As you see in the family of Carlos IV the bulky flabby upper arms of Maria Luisa. The link below is for reference of how other painters of the time captured their essence.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maria_Luisa_of_Parma
I'm not sure if he just had a disdain for the decadent nobility at the time, maybe he was uncompromising in his efforts to capture reality.
The woman with her face turned was to be filled in at a later date when the man who became Ferdinand VII was married but no one ever painted any of his four wives in.
This painting is fuck huge but I can't find any detailed photographs. The brushwork on the medals of Carlos IV is pretty crazy.

This painting of Hannibal is from roughly the same time period and I hadn't seen it until I started looking for stuff for this thread and I own a book of his paintings. I rather like it at a glance I must say. It is his first documenated painting apparently.
It was submitted for a "competition organised by the Fine Arts Academy in Parma in 1771" and he got an honorable mention for it.
I suppose one of main attractions to his art in particular is after his flirtations with society he took on an almost journalistic scope as an artist. His series' of etchings, Los Caprichos, The Disasters of War, La Tauromaquia, and Los Disparates serve both as a commentary on the times of unrest during and after France's occupation of Spain and record the, as the name would suggest, disasters of war. The records of bullfights in 1800s Spain he provides are very interesting and show the unique spectacle that is bullfighting and how entertaining it must be. I get they still do it in Spain and in Mexico but it is very tightly run and almost ritualistic in how they do it now a days while back then it seemed more like the bull fighter's personal pride was at stake to risk life and limb to put asses in seats.
The latter series of etchings, Los Disparates seems a transition to the later period of his life where he starts to go crazy. They are surreal, bizarre, unsettling. Later in his life, he lives in seclusion and paints his black paintings on the walls of a home he purchased in Madrid. These paintings seem to flesh out to me some of what he was trying to convey in his more bizarre etchings.


Bernd 02/20/2018 (Tue) 11:09:15 [Preview] No.13759 del
The final one for now is Joan Miró. This is one I truly do not understand. He actually was not one of the artists covered in the aforementioned class, but my teacher had some paintings of his as posters, and he was featured elsewhere in our textbook. I jokingly said to him one day that I think I made one of these painting in grade school and it did not go over so well.
His defense of modern art was seemingly just, they had the idea first. This still makes very little sense to me.
I get that was the broader message of Dadaism sort of bred out of the futility of the standards in the minds of those who viewed the atrocities of the past during and after the turn of the century. However, when looking at Salvador Dali even in some of his more bizarre and surreal paintings you still see an incredible amount of prowess in his technique and he is able to capture realism in some ways while still making you look twice. With Miro I just see some shapes, and some colors, they're very basic things and don't evoke anything from me. Looking at it once in passing is the same as pouring over it.
There is probably something I just don't understand.


Bernd 02/20/2018 (Tue) 17:50:26 [Preview] No.13760 del
So, basically these are your favourite Mediterranean artists? Or just something to share or discuss?
With the exception of Miró we learnt about them. Well, we learnt about da Vinci the most. I read your posts and maybe I'll read it once more later, I have things to add I think. Also as I mentioned previously I have things to post too, which will be very contrasting, kinda blasphemous after these pieces of actual art. Well maybe after Miró... kinda acceptable.



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las noticias internacionales - al azar Bernd 12/27/2017 (Wed) 15:22:43 [Preview] No. 12757 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
This just in...
After the restoration of the Austro-Hungarian Empire two great nation found each other, the Polish and the Brazilian. Unquestionable support of the True Faith and hot grills are just two of many values these countries share not to mention economic similarities between North Brazil and Eastern Poland. Don't forget to invest there, good people.
Top level diplomats on both sides recognized the necessity of unification of the two countries. However Divine Signs imply the time isn't here yet the process has to be postponed until the alignment of the Statues of Christ is right.



In other news...
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Bernd 02/15/2018 (Thu) 17:00:41 [Preview] No.13684 del
>>13681
So to paraphrase:
- global warming is real;
- Maldives are sinking;
- the blame can be pinned on a variety of reasons even on global warming despite having whatever probability to be the real cause.


Bernd 02/15/2018 (Thu) 21:28:01 [Preview] No.13694 del
>>13684
Yep. But we're too fast to blame everything on global warming (especially just CO₂ emissions), and completely ignore other causes. And if we ignore specific causes, it means we can't address them properly, which means we can't fix the problems.


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>>13747
Why Germany needs army? Even such unequipped force is enough to act against any large terrorist or insurgent group. In case of hypothetical big non-nuclear war, NATO (i.e. USA) will come and try to save their asses anyway. Local war with neighbor is unrealistic, who would attack Germany in 21st century Europe?

>5,000-strong high-readiness force

Oh please.


Bernd 02/20/2018 (Tue) 06:26:34 [Preview] No.13751 del
>>13748
>gun-stabilizer
I thought that soldier needs a drink to hold his gun stable enough.
>Why Germany needs army?
Maybe it's an obligation of the NATO contract. Last year Trump complained other members don't spend enough on their forces. The USA don't want a one member alliance, they have fingers in too many pies already all around the world.
Why I would keep an army if I was in the place of the Germans? Because one thing is permanent in this world: everything changes. Maybe today they live in peace with their neighbours tomorrow could be war everywhere. Those countries who leave themselves to other countries mercy are finished countries Very good example is Hungary just right before she got Trianoned. But this is a long story.
Also building up an army from nothing when in need costs way more than if something already available.



Bernd 08/30/2017 (Wed) 21:03:54 [Preview] No. 9849 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Let's have an informative thread about each country's electoral geography and how it ties to demography, regionalism and so on.

Brazil's sharp blue state/purple state/red state divide, which only emerged from 2006 onwards, has been talked about a lot; Geocurrents had two excellent articles about it. I won't talk about the basics, as they're already covered well enough. But Martin W. Lewis has missed some things.

First of all, party loyalties at the state level do make a difference. This factor isn't as strong as it used to be in the Old/Oligarchic Republic period (1889-1930), when the entire national political process was centered on state-level loyalties, but is still felt in some states.
Rio Grande do Sul's leftist past mentioned in his article is a legacy of the state's social democratic loyalties. As they leaned towards a different, non Workers Party string of social democracy (see Leonel Brizola, the leftist who famously called Lula a "bearded frog") that has been defeated and cucked by the PT, their support for Lula gradually faded away.
São Paulo is an even better example: the entire state is radically anti-PT and anti-leftist, and has had fought to install its distinct political views on the federal government for over a century, to the point of fighting a civil war in 1932 when it was evicted from a decade-long liberal hegemony.

Another important point is that the hinterland has some distinct electoral factors absent from the densely populated coastal states the northernmost two still count as hinterland; Lewis shrugs off Roraima as an irrelevant case, but it expresses the same factors he covered about Mato Grosso.

What the hinterland states have in common is that their vast swathes of desolate savanna and jungle have experienced continuous waves of settlement and economic development since the last century. Thus, they have three dynamics that impact their voting:
>Highly profitable agricultural frontier areas versus poor traditional communities
>Expanding ethnic Brazilian settlement versus native communities and their reserve areas, with leftist governments backing the natives;
>Land reform, local political machines controlled by the rural upper class, peasant-landowner class conflict, far-left movements that claim to represent the landless invading and damaging property everywhere and so on

I know some of this personally, as I have an uncle who moved a couple decades ago to become a landowner in the hinterland; whenever he visits us, he complains about gun control and ignorant gringos/southeeasterners who know nothing about his situation, but constantly shill for environmentalism, natives, land reform and so on.

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Bernd 02/03/2018 (Sat) 21:46:16 [Preview] No.13516 del
>>13514
We had the very best political videos in 90s. Sadly it doesn't look good today.


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>>13514
Wow! Such dynamic, such overwhelming flare. Oh my God, I want to go voting and I want to vote on them!

>>13516
Those are short separate blocks edited together for the sake of the video or that 9 min went down as a whole on TV?


Bernd 02/04/2018 (Sun) 21:18:04 [Preview] No.13531 del
>>13527
>Those are short separate blocks edited together for the sake of the video or that 9 min went down as a whole on TV?

It was made as one big video (same style etc), but then splitted to chunks for TV. I can't remember properly though.

Here is full version (at least description says so): https://youtube.com/watch?v=aPehx1i-df8 [Embed]
It is interesting that such politician (Yavlinsky, modern western-style democrat) used folk song and "common people" imagery, uncommon for this political position, especially in 90s.


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The official campaign period has just started on the weekend for the legislative elections (coming up in April) so the "stop Soros and his plan" advertisements ceased to be government funded public service announcements and finally they can be acknowledged as part of the Fidesz' campaign.

Polls show fairly the same results in the rankings of the parties however the percentages of the people's support varies a lot.
Already wrote a who is who previously but here's a quick rundown with the numbers of the estimated support among the whole adult population:
Fidesz-KDNP governing parties, conservative populist, Victator Orbán and Co. - 26-46%
Jobbik - softening right radical - 7-17%
MSZP - pseudo-socialists #1 - 5-11%
DK - pseudo-socialists #2 - 3-8%
Együtt - pseudo-socialists #3, - 1-2%
Párbeszéd - green, liberal, "socialist" - 0-2%
Liberálisok - liberals - 0-1%
LMP - least insufferable liberals - 3-7%
MKKP - joke party - 0-1%
Momentum - also least insufferable liberals - 1-3%
I dunno what influence the sometimes huge differences.

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Bernd 02/19/2018 (Mon) 23:10:52 [Preview] No.13749 del
>>13746
>- a candidate can contend only if at least 1000 voters vouch for him with their "knocking slips"
>- on these slips the voters have to write their name, address and ID number along with their party preference and their favored candidate here I have a question, as you see this is basically an open vote which goes against the principle of the secret vote, is this practice common elsewhere, or just we are the lucky ones who have it?

Maybe I got this wrong, but here we also have a required amount of signatures that are needed to allow someone to participate in elections. For example, president needs to get 300k, or 100k if he going with party support if party have no seats in parliament (parties from parliament have free candidates). Parties also require some amount of people to get officially registered. In local elections amount of signatures is much less, even to 25 people on very local tier.

All signatures of course aren't anonymous, passport and other data is required. Central election committee must check most of them (at least in theory, but really they do partial check).

Although it doesn't really matter in modern Russia because of reasons that everyone know.



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Bernd 02/16/2018 (Fri) 07:21:10 [Preview] No. 13697 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
i am not german and i dont speak german
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Bernd 02/18/2018 (Sun) 18:18:42 [Preview] No.13727 del
>>13723
Es geht.
Wo ist das Gebäude der Donaudampfschiffahrtsgesellschaft, bitte?


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>>13727
die Straße hinunter und um die Ecke


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>>13704
frikadeller = real burgers


Bernd 02/19/2018 (Mon) 09:33:58 [Preview] No.13740 del
>>13736
hope solo's vagina


Bernd 02/19/2018 (Mon) 16:43:06 [Preview] No.13745 del
>>13732
Danke. Sowie, kannst du sagen mir wie spät ist es? Mein Zeitpunktanziegenwerkzeug ist kaputt.



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Bernd 02/19/2018 (Mon) 16:02:07 [Preview] No. 13743 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
ot was kc tier and it was on /kc/


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säge and hide



wetter threda Bernd 09/05/2017 (Tue) 16:39:44 [Preview] No. 9926 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
anyone else following weather and shit?

current proceedings: Irma is now cat 5, expected to trail just north of Greater Antilles and south of Florida. Jose following close by in similar track. hoping for a nice show and responsible damage control in affected parts Haiti get your shit together

websites for tracking tropical cyclones:
http://tropic.ssec.wisc.edu/
http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/
http://moe.met.fsu.edu/cyclonephase/
<but I don't understand technical terms and shit, I need something for keins
https://www.accuweather.com/en/hurricane

general websites:
https://www.ecmwf.int/
http://en.sat24.com/
http://www.noaa.gov/
<for keins
https://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news
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Bernd 02/19/2018 (Mon) 08:30:40 [Preview] No.13734 del
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And now for some volcanism.

Something's going on east of Grímsey off north coast of Iceland. There's been a lot of shaking over the last 5 days, but magma movement hasn't been spotted yet (it's possible to see magma on earthquake plots because earthquakes can't occur within liquid magma, so it will show as a cavity in an earthquake swarm). This would also be the first documented eruption in the area so it's hard to compare it to anything. Grímsey is located near the rift, within the Tjörnes Fracture Zone where there's strike-slip movement occurring; the southern part moves westwards and the northern part moves eastwards.

http://www.jonfr.com/volcano/?p=7342
http://www.jonfr.com/volcano/?p=7349
http://www.jonfr.com/volcano/?p=7355
http://www.jonfr.com/volcano/?p=7361


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>>13735
i lik cinabon


Bernd 02/19/2018 (Mon) 10:49:46 [Preview] No.13741 del
>>13739
me to budy


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It's possible that some new pressure records will be set. Models indicate high of around 1060mbar; current record is 22–23 January 1907 in Pärnu, Estonia and Riga, Latvia at 1067.1mbar, with some higher but unconfirmed measurements reported. However the center will be over Scandinavia this time, where record measurements were (during the same event): Norway: 23 January 1907, Dalen, Telemark 1061.3mbar; Sweden: 23 January 1907 in Kalmar and Visby 1063.7mbar; Finland: 22 January 1907, Helsinki 1066mbar. At least the Norway record might fall.



Bernd 01/07/2018 (Sun) 06:52:42 [Preview] No. 12945 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
New here. Can you show me some memes?
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Bernd 02/02/2018 (Fri) 06:06:18 [Preview] No.13479 del
fart-right
Great mene.


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Ghork


Bernd 02/02/2018 (Fri) 17:11:16 [Preview] No.13493 del
>>13481
Hahh. That's a good one too.


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Newdudes don't know about muh radishes lmao


Bernd 02/19/2018 (Mon) 09:24:18 [Preview] No.13738 del
>>13481
>muh ghork
oh wow, I thought it was a bit longer ago than september. Time flies.
>>10360



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Architecture Bernd 08/27/2017 (Sun) 19:41:21 [Preview] No. 9750 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
This board requires diversity of threads, so let's talk about architecture.

I'd start with stealing some images from some blog and post them there, because I can. This is photos of Soviet projects of 1920-1960s. Sometimes they look straight from Rome or WH40K, it is sad that they weren't implemented (but some of them are pretty crazy though). Modern architecture is a mistake.

1 - project of House of Soviets in Leningrad, 1936
2 - Pantheon of war partisans, project, Moscow, 1942
3 - Victory column at Manezhnaya square in Moscow, 1947
4 - project of Museum of Patriotic War on Red Square, 1943.

It is interesting that they started to draw war projects when war wasn't over.
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Bernd 02/16/2018 (Fri) 06:47:15 [Preview] No.13696 del
>>13686
>>13687
Your Latin is that good? Nice.
I checked it out (the English translation) and it seems to worth browsing. I don't know your approach but for me it would be a good additional DIY manual. For example how to make certain colors. But it can offer more for even me. I say you should check the table of contents and pick something which really tickles your interest read it (because the book lay-out is very well and parts are divided as a whole), then move to the next.
>painting/art thread.
We have none. Well, the Music and the BONG thread and a late drawfag thread which was flushed into oblivion but I don't think those really count. You can start one if you have something in mind and we'll see how it goes.


Bernd 02/16/2018 (Fri) 17:08:01 [Preview] No.13699 del
>>13696
Oh, my latin is no existent, I just read translations.
As for the painting/art stuff. I don't know if I have enough for a thread, there was just one particular thing I wanted to bring up because I can't find anything about it, but I can always add some other stuff I found out along the way.


Bernd 02/16/2018 (Fri) 17:28:57 [Preview] No.13701 del
>>13699
>my latin is no existent
In this case consider downloading this instead:
https://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/20239
The other is Latin.
>As for the painting/art stuff. I don't know if I have enough for a thread,
That's all right maybe others have stuff to add, maybe it will give us ideas.


Bernd 02/18/2018 (Sun) 18:48:13 [Preview] No.13730 del
>>13699
>>13701
I actually have something to post in an art thread. Well I think with contemporary standard I could call it art.


Bernd 02/19/2018 (Mon) 09:15:47 [Preview] No.13737 del
>>13701
haha yes, I would have realized it was Latin hopefully. I was quite tired. Nothing is worse when you're tired but some half-remembered idea is clawing at you.
>>13730
Yes I have some classical things I would like to share with you, and a few semi-modern things I'd like your opinions on.



israel is literally hitler threda Bernd 12/07/2017 (Thu) 08:51:54 [Preview] No. 12408 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
I am going to start with a new possible thread.

https://www.rt.com/news/412084-trump-israel-capital-jerusalem/
https://www.rt.com/news/412251-hamas-calls-intifada-israel/

Religion of peace is peacefully resisting Zionist imperialism again.
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Bernd 02/07/2018 (Wed) 21:31:01 [Preview] No.13571 del
>>13567
>>Lenin (Blank)
>I heard about this too. While I think that name is bullshit, he was Jewish tho.

It is actually has some real source. Lenin's (Ulyanov's) mother had last name Blank, and her father was a Jew named Israel Blank. Although by Jewish rules Lenin wouldn't be considered proper Jew.

>This law was applied to Jews living on Joseph's domains I dunno outside of these what was the naming conventions or how the family of Trotsky's got their and what could be their original Jewish name.

It was same in Russian Empire, Jews were forced to get last names and they mostly took last names from local language and places - here they was Polish and rarely German. So, person from Russia with last name ending -skiy has good chance to be a Jew.

We had another wave of last name changing in Soviet times, when Jews took Russian last names. Here is Soviet joke:

Jew walks into passport office.
- Hello, I want to change my last name.
- Ok, what last name do you want?
- Petrov
- And what last name do you have?

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Bernd 02/08/2018 (Thu) 06:26:02 [Preview] No.13573 del
https://www.rt.com/news/418169-netanyahu-corruption-indictment-nears/
>There will be nothing because I know the truth
Does he have something on his accusators to blackmail them?
When will Orbán and co. stand before the law for their stealings? ::deep sigh::


Bernd 02/17/2018 (Sat) 11:17:34 [Preview] No.13712 del
Help me Bernd. Who said this (or something very similar, it's not a word to word quote):
>Jews are like salt. The food is tasteless without it, but too much makes it foul as well.
A simple googling doesn't help. I'm fairly sure it wasn't a Hungarian who said that.


Bernd 02/18/2018 (Sun) 00:01:18 [Preview] No.13719 del
>>13712
I'm not sure but I recall something from pre-ww2 polish nationalist saying something like this.


Bernd 02/18/2018 (Sun) 18:43:56 [Preview] No.13729 del
>>13719
Could be. For some reason I would connect it to some pragmatic absolutist monarch who quick to borrow money from Jewish bankers but as easily would discard them when he feels like it. But I really can't tell. Oh damn.