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Shitty maps Bernd 07/28/2018 (Sat) 13:54:48 [Preview] No. 18124 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
I've seen a lot of maps like these popping up recently. I'm guessing these come from people who learn European history through Paradox games. This hurts my eyes.
>us wanting to unite with the Swedes, let alone the Dutch and Austrians
>Balkans, let alone the ENTIRE SLAVIC WORLD wanting to unite
>apparently, Istanbul and much of Asia Minor is Greek, yet Königsberg and the rest of Prussia is Slavic
>the Flemish are part of pan Latinism
>Cornwall being that big
>Finns, Estonians, and Hungarians are apparently part of the Indo-European world, but Basques aren't represented in Spain and France
>neither are Caucasians represented in the Caucasus
>Ossetia isn't included as part of the Iranian world
>Evropa, yet the guy who made this map is likely an American who speaks English
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Bernd 11/23/2021 (Tue) 16:09:02 [Preview] No.45645 del
Sorry fren, this thread is autosäging. We have a fresher shitty maps thread somewhere.

Bernd 11/23/2021 (Tue) 16:10:47 [Preview] No.45646 del
>filius sanctorum petri et pauli
Shocking Truth!

Bernd 11/23/2021 (Tue) 16:17:18 [Preview] No.45647 del
Found it: >>38283

Bernd 11/23/2021 (Tue) 16:19:01 [Preview] No.45648 del
Not deleted = still alive
Thank you.

Bernd 11/23/2021 (Tue) 16:21:42 [Preview] No.45649 del
>Not deleted = still alive
Maybe, but it does not get bumped (so noone will see your post, I got lucky noticing), only bumped off.
>Thank you.

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Catalonia thread Bernd 10/17/2019 (Thu) 20:33:37 [Preview] No. 30566 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
This thread is for the discussion of the riots/strikes/events/etc... that are happening in catalonia right now.

-What happened today (I'll do later a re-cap of what happened before and also what is happening now)
Today I went to the students strike in Barcelona, luckly nothing happened and the cops stayed calm, we walked all together for a kilometer or so and then we ate lunch.
Tomorrow is the general strike so probably that's when I'll be able to post more interesting first-hand news.

-1 and 2: general pics
-3: the police helicopter that was over the strike watching
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Bernd 07/01/2020 (Wed) 13:18:14 [Preview] No.38242 del
I know of Novorossiysk.

Bernd 07/01/2020 (Wed) 13:21:24 [Preview] No.38243 del
Because I wrote it?

Bernd 07/01/2020 (Wed) 15:06:32 [Preview] No.38246 del
I know it from knowing the Russian settlement of the Caucasus; of course.

Bernd 07/01/2020 (Wed) 16:51:10 [Preview] No.38250 del
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A while back made this. It could be done the same with:
>not communism

Bernd 07/01/2020 (Wed) 21:30:41 [Preview] No.38258 del

It is pretty known city.


Players of Euro Truck Simulator know this one.

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Monarchy Bernd 04/11/2019 (Thu) 15:14:10 [Preview] No. 24725 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
This is a thread about the discussion of monarchy.
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Bernd 06/30/2020 (Tue) 23:46:38 [Preview] No.38205 del
>I just oppose bad governments
Which is entirely subjective. What you may see as a bad goverment, others see it as something good.

Goverment is about governance. Govern. Govern people. Governor.

I dont have the inclination to be anyones subject. Does that mean im a "libertarian"? No. I don't have to buy into the dialectic.


“As long as it is admitted that the law may be diverted from its true purpose – that it may violate property instead of protecting it – then everyone will want to participate in making the law, either to protect himself against plunder or to use it for plunder.”

“When plunder becomes a way of life for a group of men in a society, over the course of time they create for themselves a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that glorifies it.”

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Bernd 07/01/2020 (Wed) 01:58:32 [Preview] No.38206 del
That's still better than no governance at all in which case everybody is the plunderer(until a gang of plunderers create a new government).

Bernd 07/01/2020 (Wed) 05:18:04 [Preview] No.38209 del
That's the darwinistic idea of evolution you promote there. Instead of working together in co-operation.

Bernd 07/01/2020 (Wed) 05:24:17 [Preview] No.38210 del
Yes, because people don't all work together. It shouldn't be so surprising but people don't like to do things they don't want to do or feel the need to do particularly if there is nothing stopping them from not doing it and if by doing it it would cost them time, resources or money. That and the system falls apart if even one person decides not to play the game.

Bernd 07/01/2020 (Wed) 08:36:24 [Preview] No.38213 del
>Which is entirely subjective. What you may see as a bad goverment, others see it as something good.
That's effectively an extension of moral relativism.

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Intelligence, genetics and race Bernd 12/27/2019 (Fri) 22:29:36 [Preview] No. 33525 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Intelligence is not related to genetics, It's not like Im denying the obvious IQ gap between the two races. I just believe that it's much more complex than "this gene good, this gene bad"

A minorty..
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Bernd 06/28/2020 (Sun) 18:23:16 [Preview] No.38121 del
6 Principals of Secondary Education

Alexander Inglis's 1918 book, Principles of Secondary Education makes it clear that compulsory schooling in America was intended to be what it had been for Prussia in the 1820s. John Taylor Gatto explains that the work of Inglis's, who was a Harvard professor with a Teachers College Ph.D., positions school as a fifth column into the burgeoning democratic movement that threatened to give the peasants and the proletarians a voice at the bargaining table. Modern, industrialized, compulsory schooling was to make a sort of surgical incision into the prospective unity of these underclasses. Divide children by subject, by age-grading, by constant rankings on tests, and by many other more subtle means, and it was unlikely that the ignorant mass of mankind, separated in childhood, would ever reintegrate into a dangerous whole.

In his essay Against School and book The Underground History of American Education, Gatto explains the six basic functions of school outlined by Inglis.

6 basic functions of school

1) The adjustive or adaptive function.
Schools are to establish fixed habits of reaction to authority. This, of course, precludes critical judgment completely. It also pretty much destroys the idea that useful or interesting material should be taught, because you can't test for reflexive obedience until you know whether you can make kids learn, and do, foolish and boring things.

2) The integrating function.
This might well be called "the conformity function," because its intention is to make children as alike as possible. People who conform are predictable, and this is of great use to those who wish to harness and manipulate a large labor force.

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Bernd 06/28/2020 (Sun) 19:27:10 [Preview] No.38123 del
That's a load of silliness.
One can very well use the same school system to cultivate unity, team spirit and the sense of belonging into one community among children. For example with grading we can observe how children do and can redirect the ones who are better in a certain subject or activity to help out those who lag behind.
It's just "what do you wanna use it for". It's just a tool, you can drive in nails with a hammer and bash heads as well.

Bernd 06/29/2020 (Mon) 04:20:35 [Preview] No.38141 del
>Interesting notion. What do you think about languages? In your opinion can they influence/train the way of thinking?

Weaponizing the language closes the doors of human perception. Political correctness is only one such example.

Bernd 06/29/2020 (Mon) 05:19:48 [Preview] No.38145 del
Well yes, the words we use will have an impact. If you tell a kid all the time that he is stupid, he will turn into one.
I meant the grammar, the word building, the language inner logic... could these make ethnicities think differently?

Bernd 06/29/2020 (Mon) 07:05:10 [Preview] No.38147 del
If I start thinking about it yes language is often a mirror of the culture. German is a good example. Its a truth telling language to its extreme, well at least before the 1960's. Being honest, truthful has always been a virtue in german cultures as far as I know.

If we look at the east, it seems words can mean different things for different people. Its more fluid, less stringent it seems when it comes to truth.

The premise of Russian diplomacy is: ‘There is no truth, and therefore all that you say is a lie.’

I also remember an american ambassador to russia in the 1800's calling russia a nation of liars. Cant seem to find it.

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Hover thread Bernd 09/03/2019 (Tue) 09:49:00 [Preview] No. 28887 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
There might be interest on here for some of what I have to share

Like the Hans Coler device and the Schauberger imposive tech
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Bernd 06/16/2020 (Tue) 05:16:53 [Preview] No.37866 del
As Swebernd wrote there will be an eclipse, and my area just might fell into it's edge. Won't be too spectacular, that's only where 100% one. But probably will look out of the window (if I'll be in).

Bernd 06/18/2020 (Thu) 15:28:53 [Preview] No.37925 del
Well, it will be in early morning on Sunday, and Hungary could only see the very edge, and my place might fall in it might not, but even it will it won't matter much, it only will be a hint darker. So who cares.

Bernd 06/19/2020 (Fri) 21:22:58 [Preview] No.37965 del
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Well. at least we still have each other bernd. And this board too

Bernd 06/20/2020 (Sat) 05:50:02 [Preview] No.37966 del
I didn't even know we were having one. Well it misses my area completely as well anyway.

Bernd 06/20/2020 (Sat) 20:04:31 [Preview] No.37969 del
there was a board on old 8ch called vril that used to have solstice ritual threads. not anything bizzare like satanic shit, just make a little shrine and meditate kind of stuff. was pretty neat.

Bernd 06/14/2020 (Sun) 13:27:43 [Preview] No. 37798 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Now that I have your attention, how to be an expert tor browser user? What are the ways of reaching out to illegal shit or reliable dark web search engines?

Give your kc brotha an advice
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Bernd 06/14/2020 (Sun) 16:38:44 [Preview] No.37813 del
You are right. Haven't even checked the OP. She does not look 18.

Bernd 06/14/2020 (Sun) 17:24:49 [Preview] No.37814 del
I didn't meet her personally so how the fuck I should know? I think it's clear that she is not a child.

sage Bernd 06/14/2020 (Sun) 19:45:23 [Preview] No.37817 del
>kohl burner thread. report and ignore bernd

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>be an expert tor browser user

You'll need to finish Onion Routing Expert Certification program. First, you need to cut 10 onions without crying. Then you must send 1 BTC to random address, also without crying. Then you are ready.

Bernd 06/15/2020 (Mon) 16:37:40 [Preview] No.37841 del
Just noticed the pic. I'm glad they have the priorities in order.
THe OREC is funny. I laffed.

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faking my death and disapeparing forever Bernd 01/17/2020 (Fri) 17:22:41 [Preview] No. 34091 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
I am considering faking my own death and disappearing from the human world,becoming either a travelling homeless or a "Nature man"in some forest.
I know this is no easy task,it will take around one year to prepare,but im willing to go trough with it.
so,give me advice and tips.
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Bernd 05/27/2020 (Wed) 02:16:36 [Preview] No.36997 del
Hmm, how did I do that? $test/

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there was a japanese monk that lived on a rock rate
more like at the bottom of mountain, and all he had was bamboo shed and some money to buy stuff from nearby village or bigger town


Bernd 05/27/2020 (Wed) 18:11:30 [Preview] No.37008 del
Thanks for the link. Some titles catching my eye.

You might be interested in the Paulines. A Hungarian founded hermit monastic order, named after Paul of Thebes. I think there are Polish white brothers today so there should be literature about them in Polish too.

Bernd 05/29/2020 (Fri) 02:20:46 [Preview] No.37047 del
I had heard what you want to do is find someone around your age that might have died or disappeared and take their credentials. There ARE books on how to do this according to a brother of a friend of mine but they're hard to come by, he had a guy he knew that owned a small shop that sold marijuana paraphernelia buy it for him. You can probably find online nowadays or on TOR.
Assuming you want some access to a bank account or the like you're going to need some credentials.

Bernd 06/10/2020 (Wed) 03:49:32 [Preview] No.37614 del
buy some land in bumfuck nowhere and grow your own food. thats really all you need.

Bernd 06/06/2020 (Sat) 22:50:12 [Preview] No. 37295 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
The truth of why Japan and the United States have taken a stand against each other at ww2.

the Origins of anti japan statement , propaganda and cover story.

"Politics of Manchuria china during ww2 was triggered of it."

just everything was politics, business and money matters.
do not be naive goy, war criminals or such things was commercialism for the people and does not relate the fact of this.

Let’s see ...

It was after china-japan war,
Russia sent troops into Manchuria china.

Japan and the United States had such a strong sense of crisis by this act of Russia.

Because Manchuria was seen by USA as a next important geopolitical place after Hawaii and the Philippines was rulled.

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Bernd 06/08/2020 (Mon) 16:33:31 [Preview] No.37545 del
Nod really, it's explanation, I see nothing there that would downplay the events. Mass rapes happened because there were commanders who encouraged it, and was ideologically and morally supported by underlying propaganda.
I'm not sure about the latest, but the last time the official Russian standpoint was that nothing happened. So they don't need excuses.

Bernd 06/08/2020 (Mon) 16:41:39 [Preview] No.37550 del
Germany and Japan turned themselves into economic powerhouses after the war without having to overspend on their army, meanwhile America is in decline, why worry.

Bernd 06/09/2020 (Tue) 00:01:39 [Preview] No.37568 del
>Germany and Japan turned themselves into economic powerhouses after the war without having to overspend on their army

Maybe only when comparing with superpowers like USA and USSR. West German army was one of the strongest and well-equipped in NATO (excluding USA of course), and was the main land force of NATO in Europe. They surely saved some money on some high-tech like ballistic missile or nuclear program, but still spent pretty much.

Military-Industrial complex is always a big money sink, but it also contributes into industrial growth in long term, especially in capitalist countries. Sometimes it also helps to save civilian industry, like in current Boeing case.

Japan also had pretty serious naval force, mostly purposed for anti-submarine warfare against USSR as USA support, and nowadays they are the biggest in the region.

And there are some examples like UK, when cutting military spending still didn't help to sustain economical leadership status.

Bernd 06/09/2020 (Tue) 01:04:08 [Preview] No.37570 del
To be fair most countries had big armies during the cold war

Bernd 06/09/2020 (Tue) 18:22:11 [Preview] No.37597 del
Germans rebuilt their arms manufacturers like Rheinmetall and Krupp after the war and exported their tanks for peace or something like that.

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Bernd 06/06/2020 (Sat) 02:59:11 [Preview] No. 37269 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
>we wuz magyurts n shiet
Yeah, no.
You had two threads already.
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Bernd 06/06/2020 (Sat) 15:08:00 [Preview] No.37283 del
I didn't see the other thread anymore, I thought you had already deleted it. My bad if it was still there.

Bernd 06/06/2020 (Sat) 16:20:54 [Preview] No.37286 del
We only delete your threads if they are meaningless, or redundant. And you probably gonna get banned again for ban evasion.

Bernd 06/06/2020 (Sat) 17:50:42 [Preview] No.37289 del
So did you delete my thread before I posted this one or not?

Bernd 06/06/2020 (Sat) 17:58:33 [Preview] No.37290 del
Are you asking because you deem your thread meaningless?
If you compare the timestamp of the post where I uploaded the screenshot here: >>37272 and the timestamp when you posted this thread you can see I deleted much later.
Then here's this post: >>37279 where I write I wanted to delete this one first, but then changed my mind because this had more charts.

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Bogdan, why can't you be nice and polite to us and just act normal here? No one has done anything to you. Just make some threads about whatever, like Romanian culture for example, and just relax

It's been a year or more already of this from you tbh fam

Romanian has always been a romance language Bernd 06/03/2020 (Wed) 22:48:24 [Preview] No. 37202 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
A piece of misinformation frequently heard from Hungarians and their enablers is that "the Romanian language was invented in the 19th century", implying that before the 19th century Romanian was primarily a Slavic language. This is patently false, as I will demonstrate below. First, we have documents written and printed in Romanian from the 1500s, and the language used in them is not much different from the Romanian of today. When read aloud the language in these texts is easily understandable to a modern Romanian speaker, albeit sounding a bit archaic; still, it's slightly closer to modern Romanian than Shakespeare's English is to contemporary English. A snag that Hungarians try to capitalize on is that most of these documents were printed or written using the Romanian Cyrillic alphabet (see [4] for the set of characters) that was popular at the time, rendering them obscure and opaque to the modern reader, though some equally old documents were also printed using Latin characters (examples attached in the annex). Second, we have eyewitness accounts and testimonials from non-Romanian locals, scholars, and foreign travellers who came to Romania in the Middle Ages (such as Francesco della Vale and Antonio Maria del Chiaro) who wrote that Romanian is a romance language, noted some phrases in Romanian, and trace the origin of the Romanians to Roman Dacia.

I will now focus on an old document to demonstrate to you that Romanian was a romance language even in the 1500s. Attached in the first image is the first page from a book, a Homily (Evanghelie cu Învățătură) [1], [2] printed in 1581 in the Brașov workshop of the Romanian deacon Coresi, the first Romanian printer. It is by no means the first written or printed document in Romanian (in fact it was Coresi's last printed work), but it is sufficiently old for our purposes. The text is written in the Romanian Cyrillic alphabet; below is a transliteration of the page into Latin characters published in 1914 by Sextil Pușcariu [3], an eminent Romanian philologist. The transliteration translates the phonemes from Romanian Cyrillic into how they would be represented in modern Romanian orthography (e.g. чє → ce).

Here is the important part: I have indicated in bold all the words in the page that are of Slavic origin. The etymologies for each word were obtained from DEX, the Romanian Explicative Dictionary) [5]. As you can see, only a tiny minority of words are of Slavic origin. Out of 210 total words in the corpus, only 18 (9%) were Slavic, and out of 124 [i]unique[/i] words (meaning repetitions have been removed), only 16 (13%) were slavic. The vast majority are of Latin origin, with a few being Greek.
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Bernd 06/04/2020 (Thu) 18:36:53 [Preview] No.37231 del
>It was never a question that Romanian language has Latin roots.
It's ok, I know how you hunjews operate, you are just like kikes, tomorrow you will claim the opposite and deny ever having stated this.

Bernd 06/05/2020 (Fri) 00:24:37 [Preview] No.37237 del
Bogdan might've been originally anti-Hungarian, but maybe recently he's gotten bankrolled by China or Israel to step it up a hundredfold. He's either a NEET, a gypsy, or is on a govenrment bankroll.

Bernd 06/05/2020 (Fri) 05:31:48 [Preview] No.37241 del
>He's either a NEET, a gypsy, or is on a govenrment bankroll.
There's a joke waiting to be made with one of those three.

Bernd 08/05/2020 (Wed) 14:59:27 [Preview] No.39048 del
> won WWI
they actually lost it, their allies won

Bernd 08/05/2020 (Wed) 15:02:20 [Preview] No.39049 del
Same result.