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New News Thread Bernd 09/25/2018 (Tue) 17:05:25 [Preview] No. 19553
Previous reached bump limit.

Last week Orbán Viktor's third grandkid was born. The little Anna Adél is his oldest daughter's, Ráhel, second child. Congratulations, Miniszterelnök Úr!
https://index.hu/mindekozben/poszt/2018/09/25/itt_az_elso_foto_orban_harmadik_unokajarol/

Meanwhile in Ghana they punch pedos right in their fruits.
https://www.bbc.com/pidgin/media-45629988


Bernd 09/25/2018 (Tue) 17:06:10 [Preview] No.19554 del
Btw I replied to British Bernd about the wanderer in the previous thread.


Bernd 09/25/2018 (Tue) 17:57:50 [Preview] No.19555 del
>>19549
I looked them up and the results were mostly in French and other languages, so I guess they aren't known in Ireland itself? Probably wouldn't get popular anyway due to the negative views about Irish """"""""""travellers"""""""""" in the UK and Ireland.
Also that BBC link you posted looks like it's written in a Jamaican accent, lel.


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Bernd 09/25/2018 (Tue) 19:41:10 [Preview] No.19563 del
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>>19560
hahahaha


Bernd 09/25/2018 (Tue) 19:52:52 [Preview] No.19564 del
>>19563
Classic meme


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>>19555
This was in a newsletter of a Hungarian village from 2006.
I guess it's an old band I'm not sure they're together anymore.


Bernd 09/25/2018 (Tue) 22:04:43 [Preview] No.19567 del
Who needs RT when you have BBC Pidgin?


Bernd 09/26/2018 (Wed) 05:10:25 [Preview] No.19572 del
>>19567
I wish Hungarian journalism was more similar.


Bernd 09/26/2018 (Wed) 12:22:36 [Preview] No.19578 del
This site has some pretty great articles, is this the beginning of an epic new meme?
https://www.bbc.com/pidgin/world-45566838

>>19567
>Fukumoto manga set in Africa


Bernd 09/26/2018 (Wed) 16:16:32 [Preview] No.19580 del
>>19578
Cancer warning:
https://www.bbc.com/pidgin/tori-41177860

>is this the beginning of an epic new meme?
This was known on KC main, not sure why it didn't turned into something more.


Bernd 09/26/2018 (Wed) 17:54:22 [Preview] No.19591 del
https://www.bbc.com/pidgin/tori-44657389
>I go pretend say I be Cleopatra wey all my servants dey service.
HOL' UP


Bernd 09/26/2018 (Wed) 17:58:55 [Preview] No.19593 del
>>19591
BBC was never more fun.
I'm glad I could improve your life quality.


Bernd 09/26/2018 (Wed) 18:33:27 [Preview] No.19598 del
>>19593
Thanks breh, now I don't feel so bad about paying tax for this shit.


Bernd 09/26/2018 (Wed) 19:11:55 [Preview] No.19601 del
>>19598
Is there anything you don't understand from these articles? Probably you can fill the gaps with guessing if any, I would think.


Bernd 09/26/2018 (Wed) 19:23:21 [Preview] No.19602 del
>>19601
A few words, for example:
https://www.bbc.com/pidgin/tori-45649711
>gbimgbimgbim
Seriously, wat the fug?
A similar thing I like doing is reading Wikipedia articles in Scots:
https://sco.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scotland


Bernd 09/26/2018 (Wed) 19:25:31 [Preview] No.19603 del
>>19602
I guess it might be onomatopoeia for heart beating?


Bernd 09/26/2018 (Wed) 19:27:24 [Preview] No.19604 del
>>19603
I would figure it's bummbummbumm.


Bernd 09/26/2018 (Wed) 22:29:07 [Preview] No.19608 del
>>19578
>>19580
>>19581
>>19591
>>19602
For an enhanced experience, read all of it as if it were being spoken by a Who killed Captain Alex? actor.


Bernd 09/27/2018 (Thu) 05:31:54 [Preview] No.19610 del
>>19608
>imblying we should watch it
Found it on 'tube.


Bernd 09/27/2018 (Thu) 18:27:02 [Preview] No.19617 del
>>19602
Scots is a lot more Germanic than English itself.
>The wird Scot wis taen frae the Laitin an its uiss micht weil date fae aboot the first hauf o the 10t yeirhunder, whan it first kyth'd in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle an harkent til the Laund o the Gaels, analogous til the Laitin Scotia.
I've heard before that the Lowland Scots were around 80% Anglo-Saxon, while even some Englishmen in the west were only around 10% Germanic.


Bernd 10/04/2018 (Thu) 16:39:08 [Preview] No.19740 del
In the news today: 259 people died in the last 7 years because of trying to make selfies.
>Researchers at the US National Library of Medicine recommend that 'no selfie zones' should be introduced at dangerous spots to reduce deaths.
yeah this will totally help, young people love to follow rules
>They found that selfie-related deaths are most common in India, Russia, the United States and Pakistan and 72.5% of those reported are men.
The 3rd world man, a boring and dangerous place
https://www.bbc.com/news/newsbeat-45745982


Bernd 10/04/2018 (Thu) 16:44:50 [Preview] No.19742 del
>>19740
Natural selection is still working even despite modern society's safety net.


Bernd 10/04/2018 (Thu) 20:17:17 [Preview] No.19762 del
>>19740
I've never taken a picture of myself in all my life.


Bernd 10/04/2018 (Thu) 20:40:11 [Preview] No.19764 del
>>19762
Not even for CV?


Bernd 10/04/2018 (Thu) 21:32:30 [Preview] No.19768 del
>>19764
Other people have taken pictures of me, I've just never did it myself. I even find selfies cringeworthy.


Bernd 10/05/2018 (Fri) 04:58:19 [Preview] No.19777 del
>>19768
>I even find selfies cringeworthy.
So do I.
Pictures of selves doesn't need to be selfies. Timers exist for a reason. One can even take a photo that would pass as an ID pic for some document (liek a CV).


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The "Russian" happenings again.

Leaders of Chechnya and Ingushetia (Kadyrov and Evkurov) got some agreement about borders recently. Both republics populated by mountain Caucasian tribes that have relatively same mentality (although no one know about Ingush people outside Russia), but of course don't like each other. Both republics had no real agreement about borders from Soviet times, when they were single Chechen-Ingush Soviet republic (another Stalin thing, I wrote about it before).

Surprisingly, serious conflicts between two nations didn't happen before, even when Chechens attacked neighboring Dagestan in 1999. But looks like this will end soon.

Agreement included transferring some godforsaken land from Ingushetia to Chechnya, but Ingush people said loud "no". While leaders wrote the agreement, Ingush parliament first agreed about this, but then decided to go back, because large amount of people started protesting. And this is Caucasus, where protesters of course are armed as government, and they aren't shy to do some serious shit (compared to Russians who silently watch when police beats everyone).

So, Ingush capital is full of protesters, they demand resignation of republic president Evkurov. Shots in the air etc. On other side, Kadyrov said that "he'll be ok if we'll go to war". Federal center is silent.

https://youtube.com/watch?v=AL2pxPYiQR4 [Embed]

May Allah help them all.


Bernd 10/05/2018 (Fri) 22:17:02 [Preview] No.19797 del
>>19795
Let churkas battle among themselves, winner gets to keep the clay.


Bernd 10/05/2018 (Fri) 22:36:20 [Preview] No.19798 del
>>19795
> Ingush capital is full of protesters
Wonder how that could happen. I'd assume they are sheeple like ruskies/chechens. Maybe it's the government making them go "protest".


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>>19797
It would be much better if they'll fight among themselves as independent and free democratic republics. With proper visa regime and border control between them and one northern neighbor of course.

Sadly, this wouldn't happen.


Bernd 10/05/2018 (Fri) 22:43:49 [Preview] No.19801 del
>>19798
>I'd assume they are sheeple like ruskies/chechens

Chechen "sheeple" fought a partisan war for 10 years and actually won - now they receive big subsidies from Russia, have own laws and may do anything not only in own republic, but in other parts of Russia too. Some of them still shoot government officials in mountains and forests of Caucasus.

Of course they can be manipulated, but much less than Russians. Looks like current Ingush government did a wrong move, maybe Kadyrov gave them money or something.


Bernd 10/06/2018 (Sat) 00:54:51 [Preview] No.19817 del
>>19801
They have an authoritarian government you know? Like, people being threatened and forced out of Checnya because they have a beard that Kadyrov doesn't approve of, as hilarious as that sounds.
>Some of them still shoot government officials in mountains and forests of Caucasus.
Those "some" are also able to shoot regular chechens with no responsibility.


Bernd 10/06/2018 (Sat) 10:23:05 [Preview] No.19821 del
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What happens when EU enforce new personal data protection law but polish clinic still wants to hang lists with patient names and time of their appointment for their convenience?
This made national news some time ago.


Bernd 10/06/2018 (Sat) 17:38:47 [Preview] No.19828 del
>>19821
Kinda creative I have to say. Every patient can have a codename only he/she knows about. Well up until they arrive and walk in. But the codenames can be alphanumeric combinations (they don't need to be super difficult only liek car plates or something).


Bernd 10/06/2018 (Sat) 23:29:02 [Preview] No.19830 del
>>19821
>kotopaksi
Suomi Sound.


Bernd 10/07/2018 (Sun) 17:32:23 [Preview] No.19853 del
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News from the swamp: kot cub was founded on the Netherlands
>A jogger running through a field in the central Netherlands got a surprise on Sunday when an abandoned lion appeared on the route.
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-45777842


Bernd 10/07/2018 (Sun) 18:22:34 [Preview] No.19858 del
>>19853
Western Europe is turning into Africa.


Bernd 10/07/2018 (Sun) 18:34:03 [Preview] No.19859 del
>>19858
I know that Varg tells that cats aren't native to Europe, which is complete bullshit. Romans probably captured as many lions as possible for gladiator fights.


Bernd 10/07/2018 (Sun) 18:37:38 [Preview] No.19860 del
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>>19859
It's sad and surprising how wide lion distribution used to be outside Subsaharan Africa.


Bernd 10/07/2018 (Sun) 18:40:18 [Preview] No.19861 del
>>19859
There is authentic native European wild forest cat, and it is dying because of Middle Eastern invaders (domectic cat evolved from Near Eastern wildcat).

Surprisingly actual.


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Bernd 10/07/2018 (Sun) 18:54:40 [Preview] No.19864 del
>>19861
Would Varg endorse a Dmitry Belyayev-style program to breed a domesticated form of that cat in half a century and then promote it as a genuine evropean domestic cat?


Bernd 10/07/2018 (Sun) 19:08:51 [Preview] No.19865 del
>>19859
Noone cares about Varg. Not here at least.
I listened to Burzum ofc but don't follow anything what he does or say.


Bernd 10/07/2018 (Sun) 19:09:39 [Preview] No.19866 del
>>19859
Also what you replied to was a joke about how Western Europe is full of negers.


Bernd 10/08/2018 (Mon) 13:37:12 [Preview] No.19879 del
>>19860
They still exist in Iran.


Bernd 10/08/2018 (Mon) 13:44:19 [Preview] No.19880 del
>>19863
Sounds like an oldman


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Bernd 10/10/2018 (Wed) 05:18:35 [Preview] No.19949 del
>>19947
How many dino-manufacturers are there? If he has monopoly - or close to it - he can safely raise prices to cover his loss caused by the tariffs and basically make his Murrican costumers pay the tariffs.


Bernd 10/10/2018 (Wed) 06:21:27 [Preview] No.19950 del
>>19949
How many people want to buy these things though? I imagine that they're already expensive to import and pulling in new customers would be difficult if the prices kept rising but maybe I am underestimating the American dinosaur replica market.


Bernd 10/10/2018 (Wed) 16:09:20 [Preview] No.19956 del
>>19950
What are they are used anyway?


cont. Bernd 10/10/2018 (Wed) 16:16:48 [Preview] No.19957 del
>>19956
He sells 2000 dinos/year. I would think that's a lot. Who needs these things? I would guess they could come in handy at theme parks or some dino-fan could buy it. These also aren't really for actual consuming in the sense they don't need to be replaced every two years or so, if something happens I would think they are repaired and not discarded. So one person won't be a regular costumer.
What's the tariffs towards the EU? Coz alternatively he could buy a Hungarian citizenship and ship those things from here.


Bernd 10/13/2018 (Sat) 17:36:49 [Preview] No.20034 del
An article in the newspaper caught my attention today. It was about the red head day (Roodharigendag) that was 2 weeks ago in the Netherlands. It was really kc tier and explained that the MC1R gene is responsible for the ginger hair. Only 1% of humanity is blessed/doomed with this trait.


Bernd 10/13/2018 (Sat) 19:44:29 [Preview] No.20037 del
>>20034
What qualify as red? Bunch of them is brown or blond.


Bernd 10/14/2018 (Sun) 18:37:08 [Preview] No.20047 del
Nokia presented some concept phone, it isn't newsworthy at all except one image.

https://www.igeekphone.com/concept-nokia-3310-2018-the-pinnacle-of-design-enough-for-the-galaxy-s9/


Bernd 10/14/2018 (Sun) 18:46:46 [Preview] No.20048 del
>>20047
I've always knew Serbia is Fenno-Mongol.


Bernd 10/15/2018 (Mon) 23:42:12 [Preview] No.20088 del
Russian Orthodox Church is now in schism

pic unrelated


Bernd 10/16/2018 (Tue) 05:41:43 [Preview] No.20091 del
>>20088
How come?


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>>20091

They now cut links with Constantinople because Constantinople gave autocephaly to Ukrainian Orthodox church.

Actually, no one cares.


Bernd 10/16/2018 (Tue) 14:01:03 [Preview] No.20102 del
>>20094
I just had a thought.
Patriarchs of Constantinople were rather friendly to Roman Church lately meanwhile patriarch of Moscow had a lot to say about how wrong Rome is. Now that they are separated we maybe we will get to see reunion of Rome and Constantinople in our lifetime?


Bernd 10/16/2018 (Tue) 15:15:15 [Preview] No.20105 del
>>20102
>that powerful wizard longbeard
How can Catholicism even compete?


Bernd 10/16/2018 (Tue) 16:09:28 [Preview] No.20109 del
>>20094
Ah I see. Thanks.

>>20102
Not likely I would say. They were fine separated almost a millennia.


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>>20102
>Now that they are separated we maybe we will get to see reunion of Rome and Constantinople in our lifetime?

I don't think that this could happen, traditions are too different, but they could became friendlier. Even if some reunion happen, how would it look? Maybe only in documents.

Does it really matter in 21st century? Christianity already is a patchwork of different denominations (thanks, USA), and strong theological differences don't matter much when people already mostly non-religious. At least someone goes to church - this already enough for Church now.

And orthodoxes without Moscow are nothing, just some Eastern European cosplaying atheists and few Greeks.


Bernd 10/16/2018 (Tue) 20:54:38 [Preview] No.20123 del
>>20122
>Even if some reunion happen, how would it look?
Like Greek Catholics and other non-Roman Catholics, with everything more or less remaining the same but with a few theological changes and the Pope's ultimate authority accepted.


Bernd 10/16/2018 (Tue) 20:59:48 [Preview] No.20124 del
>>20109
>>20122
> how would it look?
I don't know, maybe the same as the already existing eastern churches who are with communion with Rome do today because this kind of reunions happened already.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eastern_Catholic_Churches#List_of_Eastern_Catholic_churches


Bernd 10/16/2018 (Tue) 21:14:05 [Preview] No.20125 del
>>20123
>>20124
>and the Pope's ultimate authority accepted.

But they all are Catholics, just with Eastern specific. This is reunion but one side became dominant.

I don't think that Constantinople will be so easy to accept Pope as ultimate authority - it isn't some local Church after all. Maybe they have no numbers without Moscow, but they have pretty rich non-Catholic history and pride.

But other case - when Catholics take some Orthodox authority and Orthodoxes remain independent - looks crazy too. So, both sides will remain independent, but could this be called real reunion? Just declaration of friendship, "ok, you aren't really heretic now, but we still more Christian than you, mate".

And there are already no real conflicts between different branches of Christianity, no one goes to war, no one tries to reconvert anyone seriously. These times are gone.


Bernd 10/17/2018 (Wed) 13:19:23 [Preview] No.20137 del
Some guy in Crimean college killed 17 persons using rifles and bombs, then killed himself. Happening is still ongoing, so information changes fast.

https://youtube.com/watch?v=O2iyiIOCGGU [Embed]


Bernd 10/17/2018 (Wed) 15:36:29 [Preview] No.20138 del
>>20137
That's tough even if it's not a new record.

>>20122
>>20123
>>20124
>>20125
On historical scale modern Churches are pretty friendly already, they have ecumenical service at times and shit liek that. Because of the long traditions I don't expect any fusion but maybe even more fragmentation.


Bernd 10/17/2018 (Wed) 22:20:26 [Preview] No.20144 del
>>20137

Today Russian central elections committee refused to allow referendum about very controversial pension reform (i.e. rising pension age). Law states that at least 43 regions of Russia must have registered initiative groups to continue referendum process. But there were only 73 groups so far, so referendum couldn't be done, and next one may be started only after 5 years.

It would be interesting to see how that math will be explained in news, but in one hour before that shooting happened, and media moved almost all attention to it. That sudden coincidence is a sign of bad luck for those who don't like this reform (almost 90% of country population).


Bernd 10/18/2018 (Thu) 05:18:09 [Preview] No.20147 del
>>20144
Without higher pension age Russia won't reach the level of declining West.


Bernd 10/18/2018 (Thu) 13:56:06 [Preview] No.20155 del
>>20144
We will probably have two contradictive referendums


Bernd 10/21/2018 (Sun) 23:49:28 [Preview] No.20183 del
Daylight saving time has been delayed to the 18th of November this year, but computers still automatically adjusted in the usual date (today), creating some minor hassle.

Pictured: light green is UTC -3 with DST, dark green is UTC -3 without DST, pale orange is UTC -4 with DST, brown is UTC -4 without DST and red is UTC -5. The islands to the east are UTC -2.


Bernd 10/22/2018 (Mon) 06:29:33 [Preview] No.20188 del
>>20183
>stretching through 5 time zones
Brazil BIG!


Bernd 10/22/2018 (Mon) 07:59:27 [Preview] No.20192 del
https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2018/oct/21/remains-of-63-foetuses-found-in-second-detroit-funeral-home
Some people are just want to make money on dead babies. What I don't understand is that they could just incinerate a baby with other corpses destined to be cremated. Low cost solution, no storage or freezing needed.


Bernd 10/22/2018 (Mon) 11:43:07 [Preview] No.20195 del
>>20192
I heard those things sell for a lot to stem cell researchers, so I guess that could be why.


National Holiday, 1956 October 23 Revolution Bernd 10/23/2018 (Tue) 16:47:51 [Preview] No.20235 del
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I did a thread before on this topic, now just some news.
Everyone giving speeches all day. Opposing parties are protesting and they all have their own event. Jobbik and the Mi Hazánk Mozgalom (party seceded from he Jobbik) both have their own little celebration/demonstration; MSZP, DK and Momentum do their stuff together (I see socialists and liberals found each other again, "grows to each other what belongs to each other" as the saying goes).
Who said what today?
Orbán: Europe threatens itself, Brussels doesn't defends Europe on purpose, they want to build a new Empire, Soros is bad, Brussels is ruled by those who don't want free nations just an empire ruled by bureaucrats, the gauge of Europeannes is who let more migrants in
Novák Előd (Mi Hazánk): we should look into who has state security background (who was a communist agent pre-1990 times in politics, media etc.), declassify the classified documents, the Fidesz hampers such endeavors, the Fidesz spits into the eyes of the victims of communism and its own voters, the new constitution what the Fidesz made is just the same as the previous Stalinist one, but one victory: the plan that they'll name a square in Budapest after Mandela, a racist and communist, failed.
Harangozó Tamás (MSZP, who is this guy anyway? bunch of unknown nobodies everywhere): Orbán built a new one-party state, it's a mystery how Orbán could turn into a friend of Erdogan, into a despot, a new oligarchy was built, we don't need more parties but liberal initiatives, we should join in the effor of the European Court.
Murányi Levente (Jobbik): only Franco stood by the revolutionaries of '56, and now they call Franco a fascists; Terry Black (some faggot the media hyped over a decade ago) is psychotic; the government will overthrow itself.
Jávor Benedek (ex-LMP, liberal): we should support he European Court to investigate the Fidesz's state level corruption, Orbán and his family are thieves, we shouldn't let Orbán and co. to steal Europe, many people don't like Orbán in Brussels.
Hadházy Ákos (ex-LMP): in '56 the people revolted against the corrupt leadership, now again the leaders of the country are corrupt, the stolen money is keeping them in power and not Russian tanks, they buy support from their money, we should start collecting signatures, one million should be easy because if we do something will happen.

Well, for a "quick" post (it took way too long) this were the most retarded things. Some of these guys told some all right stuff, Orbán talked fairly lot about '56 and it's message (but as a warm up for the current political situation) and there were more speakers then this few ofc. But still, the nonsense is winning as always.


Bernd 10/23/2018 (Tue) 19:18:50 [Preview] No.20238 del
>>20235
>Novák Előd (Mi Hazánk): we should look into who has state security background (who was a communist agent pre-1990 times in politics, media etc.), declassify the classified documents, the Fidesz hampers such endeavors, the Fidesz spits into the eyes of the victims of communism and its own voters, the new constitution what the Fidesz made is just the same as the previous Stalinist one, but one victory: the plan that they'll name a square in Budapest after Mandela, a racist and communist, failed.
Those guys sound like the most sincere. How much of a continuity is there between the old nomenklatura and today's elites? Is it like Russia where the big figures in the army and secret service openly remain in power?


Bernd 10/23/2018 (Tue) 20:32:25 [Preview] No.20242 del
>>20238
Those who were in the "store window" too much stepped back a little and not exactly sure what they are doing since. Bunch of them ofc died already. But the party-machine was huge due everything noteworthy was state owned, from industrial companies to culture institutions, and the key positions were filled by trustworthy communists. And those in key positions ruled as feudal lords who placed their own trusted communist cadres below themselves, the web of relationships were huge. It is unknown in the wider public that these people what role play today. Or their children, relatives. And frankly those who try to investigate this are labeled as conspiracy nuts.
Beside this the state and party created a fuckhuge of an informer network. They recruited everyone they could with all the dirty tricks they could (well blackmailed them into be a rat). If two guys worked together one of them ratted out the other infa 100%. If a guy worked alone he had to report what he was doing. The assigned organization (III/III as it was called since 1962, it was the Interior Ministry's III. Directorate, /I. intelligence, /II. counter-espionage, /III. internal security) had to know about everything and through them the state leadership knew everything.
On the base of this knowledge they categorized the people and their activities. They called it the Három T (Three T's: Tilt, Tűr, Támogat = Forbid, Forbear, Foster). What was fostered basically that was official. Those who weren't good cadres but cooperated with the power, they Forbear their pursuits, bunch of informants were this type. Those who didn't cooperate got hampered and were barred from any opportunities.
People depending on their attitude couldn't be part of official organizations, for example the youth org. was called KISZ and my parents - despite for example my father's parents were good cadres in "middle-height" places - couldn't be members of it as my dad had a long hair and my mom wore jeans... (so they were considered anti-state elements) this barred them from become cadres and grow into people who could occupy important positions. Now imagine those who participated in active politics opposing communism, they had to be under the thumb of The Man.


cont. Bernd 10/23/2018 (Tue) 20:56:58 [Preview] No.20243 del
>>20242
In the end of the communist era the state party, the MSZMP splitted into MSZP (socialists) and MP (communists). The more influential dudes went to the MSZP and it can be fairly known what positions they had in the Átkos (= The Damned, this is the nickname of commie era), the MP fell into almost obscurity never reaching the 5% threshold and became a party in the parliament.
Horn Gyula, the first PM from the MSZP was a friggin secret police thug who shot at the revolutionaries in '56. Then Medgyessy Péter the second PM from MSZP was an officer of III/III. Not a poor informant who was forced into snitching but an officer who got the reports from the snitches. Gyurcsány Ferenc the third PM from MSZP was a high ranking member of the KISZ - as he was too young back then.
In case of the opposition (opposition in The Damned: MDF, FKGP, SZDSZ, Fidesz, KDNP etc. and later forming parties or those which stepped into their places: MIÉP, Jobbik, LMP, Momentum) it's harder to know. Their activities were monitored closely and were Forborne despite logic would say they should have been crushed hard. They were let live, learn, have cozy life and do their "anti-state" practices from year to year for a long time safely. Common sense would suggest they cooperated with the state police in every possible way they could.
That's why the agent files are important and that's why these are so sensitive documents they need to be classified.

One more thing.
Family relations were also important. With a good marriage one could got safety from prosecution and persecution from the bride's parents. So knowing who is who and who married whom daughter could also give us insight how things worked back then.


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Interpol and Paraguayan police have foiled a plot to rescue major drug lynchpin Marcelo Piloto, who's currently under arrest in Assunção. Entering a house in Presidente Franco, 10km from the Brazilian border, they had a firefight with his thugs -killing 3 of them, all of whom were part of the Red Command, Rio de Janeiro's foremost cartel- and found a VBIED loaded with 40kg of dynamite, another car with 45kg of explosives and a number of weapons and munitions. Another attempt was foiled on just 20 days ago.


Bernd 10/26/2018 (Fri) 16:54:17 [Preview] No.20296 del
Today is the national holiday of our neighbor Austria without Hungary. They celebrate the day the burgers finally pissed off. Compared to Germany they have a real constitution because they just recycled an existing one from the time after world war I and swore not to anschluss again.


Bernd 10/26/2018 (Fri) 17:02:55 [Preview] No.20299 del
>>20296
Oh yeah, it is today.
Merry Independence Day, Austria!


Bernd 10/27/2018 (Sat) 15:15:53 [Preview] No.20312 del
>>20254
Pretty daring. But they are mob for a reason.


Bernd 10/28/2018 (Sun) 06:50:42 [Preview] No.20324 del
Three oldtimer went up to the distillery of one of them to make pálinka. After a day people started to wonder where they are and found them ded. It is concluded that they drank from the first batch which is know to contain all kinds of poisonous distillates from methanol to copper compounds.
Funny thing they all knew this, I guess they did this through their lives like most people do in the country. According to people they knew each other well, they worked together in the vineyard, they were basically friends and weren't alcoholics.
https://index.hu/belfold/2018/10/26/harom_ferfi_halt_meg_palinkafozes_kozben_szekszardon/


Bernd 10/31/2018 (Wed) 15:36:18 [Preview] No.20388 del
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Small penis. India wasted almost half a billion american money units to build the world largest and most useless statue of the world.
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-india-46028342


Bernd 10/31/2018 (Wed) 16:10:27 [Preview] No.20389 del
>>20388
With less than 0,002% of that money I could live to the end of my life modestly but without worry. Or even longer.


Bernd 10/31/2018 (Wed) 16:41:04 [Preview] No.20390 del
>>20389
Or have a crazy week in Mexico culminating in a cocaine and sex induced heart attack


Bernd 10/31/2018 (Wed) 16:43:03 [Preview] No.20391 del
>>20388
>It is nearly twice as tall as New York's Statue of Liberty
the article disagrees with your picture


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>>20391
that's why you should never trust pictures on imageboards.


Bernd 10/31/2018 (Wed) 16:50:54 [Preview] No.20393 del
>>20390
Not sure about the cocaine but having sex in Mexico might result some nasty STD induced early death.

>>20392
Das Fühl when Genghis statue is only 10m tall.


Bernd 10/31/2018 (Wed) 17:16:32 [Preview] No.20394 del
>>20393
Gengis lives on in 8% of Asian men and has his own sub-haplogroup. That's much better than having a tall statue.
>Numerous studies by teams of biochemists, based on the Y-DNA of modern descendants of Genghis Khan, have indicated that Genghis Khan may have belonged to a subclade of Haplogroup C-M217 (C2) such as C-F4002 (C2b1a3).


Bernd 10/31/2018 (Wed) 18:02:59 [Preview] No.20395 del
>>20394
Oh yeah, I heard of this. Pretty neat thing. 8% is a huge number, the old Khan would be proud.


Bernd 11/01/2018 (Thu) 08:51:36 [Preview] No.20407 del
>>20394
progeny though benis exploits > compensating via humongous statue


Bernd 11/02/2018 (Fri) 14:21:04 [Preview] No.20429 del
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>>20394
>has his own sub-haplogroup.
Truly the assburger dream.


Bernd 11/05/2018 (Mon) 00:05:26 [Preview] No.20448 del
Daylight saving time began for real today.

The first half of yearly national public higher education access exams were held today. I'm just glad I don't have to take part.
Students had several hours to answer 90 questions on Humanities and linguistic themes and write a 30-line essay on a topic of the organizer's choice. This year's topic was "manipulation of user behavior through Internet data control". Questions included a João Goulart speech prior to his downfall in 1964, a dialect exclusively employed by transsexuals, lesbian grandmothers. Nothing too unusual compared to essay topics and questions from previous years, which followed a similar vein.
Next Sunday, they'll face another 90 questions on mathematics and natural sciences.

On previous years, much was said about people who didn't arrive in time. Now several posers who aren't even doing the test faked late arrivals to get attention.


Bernd 11/05/2018 (Mon) 22:49:25 [Preview] No.20449 del
Oh wow, and /kc/ is back! This is The News!

>>20448
>began for real
Isn't this the original? Oh, you mean on the Southern Hemisphere.


Bernd 11/05/2018 (Mon) 23:11:59 [Preview] No.20451 del
>>20449
Damn, I need my daily fix of serious discussion.
And once again countryballs are messed up.


Bernd 11/06/2018 (Tue) 06:21:41 [Preview] No.20453 del
>>20451
https://www.rt.com/news/443164-lavrov-eu-sanctions-100bn/
There's also some talks in Hungarian media that the Iranian sanctions also making impact on the EU economy. I didn't read details.

Post on .xyz, it wörks for me.
I saw on Twitter that endchan.org is up, but wasn't for me, so I missed out on posting entirely.


Bernd 11/07/2018 (Wed) 21:59:28 [Preview] No.20477 del
Second-largest TV network is now airing patriotic ads, one of them bearing "Brasil: ame-o ou deixe-o" ("love it or leave it"), an infamous slogan used by the military junta in the early 70s, when it was at the height of its popularity and radicalism. This has been the source of much worry and criticism.
I'd say it's just a devious ploy to draw attention and get a few viewers.

https://youtube.com/watch?v=J7n9vzwJWMk [Embed]


Bernd 11/08/2018 (Thu) 16:24:34 [Preview] No.20485 del
>>20477
>This has been the source of much worry and criticism.
I can imagine.
>it's just a devious ploy to draw attention and get a few viewers.
Controversy makes the best advertisement.


Bernd 11/19/2018 (Mon) 15:34:30 [Preview] No.20646 del
Finland doesn't have forest fires, because they rake their forest. California is in decline and maybe it's Finland that manages better. Strong.
t. Trump
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-46256296


Bernd 11/19/2018 (Mon) 16:17:35 [Preview] No.20648 del
>>20646
Finns can be the US's aids.


Bernd 11/19/2018 (Mon) 16:22:01 [Preview] No.20649 del
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>>20646
But wait. Did Trump imply Canadians are to blame for Cali fires?


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>>20649
Can you recognize any fires in Canada? I don't. Really suspicious.


Bernd 11/19/2018 (Mon) 18:08:24 [Preview] No.20651 del
>>20650
>Trump to Cabinet: Do we know what's causing these fires in California?
>Pompeo: According Suomi NPP there's no fire in Canada, the Leafs must be behind it.
>Trump to media: The Finns spend a lot of time on raking and cleaning.

There was this photo about the meeting of Trump and Turdeau when Ivanka was there at the talks. I remember Bernd of KC main discussed how she wants Turdeau's D. Now I should make some joke and integrate the pun that she's a leaf blower.


Bernd 11/20/2018 (Tue) 14:28:32 [Preview] No.20667 del
Fuck, sometimes I forget that the current US president is a living, walking meme and it makes me kek when I remember.


Bernd 11/20/2018 (Tue) 16:37:16 [Preview] No.20671 del
>>20667
Well, he is surely one who wrote his name into the history books. With bright orange letters.


Bernd 11/22/2018 (Thu) 16:56:13 [Preview] No.20699 del
Yesterday during a I. division football match a supporter of the visiting team threw a firecracker. After as a response to this monstrous terror act a bunch of dudes in black uniform pushed in to the stands and started to throw punches at the supporters, three was beaten.
They were a security team but there are several oddities with their appearance and behavior, basically they violated half a dozen laws and regulations.
Now everyone is puzzled who they might have been, for now only vague information is available about them.

In a Hungarian village, now on the other side of the Ukrainian border, the 250 years old church's resoration just finished. After WWII the settlement became part of the Soviet Union. The temple itself had a nice timbering but by 1982 the signs of decay became very apparent. The commies solved the problem with cement based plaster and tin roof tiles, which prevented the drying of the wooden walls, which made things even worse. Now, over three decades later the church could be restored into it's original form. Looks nice.
More pictures (scroll down):
http://www.romerterv.hu/muemlekeink/tiszabokeny-gorog-katolikus-templom-karpatalja/


Bernd 11/26/2018 (Mon) 00:07:08 [Preview] No.20773 del
Chimpouts in France over a tax price hike.

Meanwhile, major crisis in the East: several hohol boats approached the Kerch Strait and faced off against liberator naval forces. Then, while the boats were either on Russian or international waters (depending on who you ask), liberators opened fire and seized the boats. Hoholistan is now set to declare martial law. This site has a chronological breakdown:
http://militaryland.net/ukraine/kerch-strait-crisis-what-is-going-on-photos/


Bernd 11/26/2018 (Mon) 16:39:41 [Preview] No.20784 del
>>20773
slava ukraine
#yolo


Bernd 11/26/2018 (Mon) 17:20:20 [Preview] No.20788 del
>>20784
Are they actually going to go to war?


Bernd 11/26/2018 (Mon) 17:30:21 [Preview] No.20789 del
>>20788
Hohols on kohl claim that the chocolate man just wants to stay in power and gets to stay president with martial law. Ukraine just has moral support, but most Western countries are disgusted at the level of corruption in Ukraine. I don't know what the strategy of NATO is, they can't let Russia get away with it all the time, but Trump and some Russia friendly countries in Europe don't have any interest than just letting the sanctions against Russia continue.


Bernd 11/26/2018 (Mon) 17:32:13 [Preview] No.20790 del
>>20773
>davaj davaj suka blyad!
It's like another Jutland.

>>20788
Don't think so. Tho it's open enmity, there's no proxy between them like in Donbass. I'm not sure how the US-NATO would react. I believe they don't want a war there, so they might put pressure on both sides, openly condemn Russia and warn Ukraine behind the scenes to back down.
It's shit tho cause Ukraine can't let it slide without saber rattling otherwise Russia can say they got scared, the Ukro govt. would lose face in the eye of the voters. Their propaganda machine runs on "evil Russia" since forever they would see a stepping down unfavorably.
How will they vote (when do they do that anyway), I dunno.


Bernd 11/26/2018 (Mon) 21:01:10 [Preview] No.20804 del
>>20789
>just wants to stay in power
They can lose very big if the situation gets out of hand and it's not easy to control, so I'm doubt that. Ofc their incompetence is overshadowed only by their ambition and ego. So the hohols of Kohl might be right.
We'll see what's the future holds. They are an uneasy neighbour that's for sure.


Bernd 11/26/2018 (Mon) 21:16:34 [Preview] No.20807 del
>>20789
>>20804
All right. Because I needed PROOFS I opened RT. It does appear that the opinion of hohols of Kohl and RT narrative is the same. Coincidence?
https://www.rt.com/news/444928-martial-law-poroshenko-election-kerch/


Bernd 11/26/2018 (Mon) 21:28:10 [Preview] No.20809 del
>>20807
Sounds plausible.
Though interestingly enough, depending on how this plays off it may provide an internal political boost to not only Poroshenko but also Putin.


Bernd 11/27/2018 (Tue) 00:46:57 [Preview] No.20812 del
>>20788
>Are they actually going to go to war?

No.

Also interesting that both sides had some laws to back their actions, but there is no way for them now to agree on something in juridical field.


Bernd 11/27/2018 (Tue) 17:50:33 [Preview] No.20826 del
>>20809
Right now I think they had to appear to do something without actually doing anything - because there's nothing they can do - and martial law sounds drastic but empty enough to fit the bill.
>it may provide an internal political boost to not only Poroshenko but also Putin
Coincidence? The two P's could work together behind the scenes?


Bernd 11/27/2018 (Tue) 18:04:33 [Preview] No.20827 del
Heather Nauert the spokeswoman of the US Department of State or whatever says Hungary was a bad boy and needs to be spanked.
Apparently our police caught Russian arms and drug traffickers and both US and Russia asked their extradition. They being Russian citizens our diplomacy decided to give them to Russia. Oh well.
In English:
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-russia-hungary/u-s-says-hungary-refuses-to-extradite-suspected-russian-arms-dealers-idUSKCN1NW1I0
In Hungarian:
https://index.hu/kulfold/2018/11/27/az_amerikai_kulugyi_szovivo_beszolt_a_magyar_kormanynak/


Bernd 11/30/2018 (Fri) 20:06:04 [Preview] No.20922 del
A 71-year old engineer in Mogi das Cruzes, São Paulo, filed a police report claiming that
>at 16:00 on the 29th of November, he was at a driving school's parking lot
>an armed man approached him, forced him to the backseats and hit him on the face
>he then drove to to an empty street and met with another criminal
>second criminal took his credit card and left, but returned a hour later saying that he couldn't buy anything with it
>they drove to another location and forced him to pick up 2 thousand R$ at a bank
>the two then moved to a pub and drank beer
>he was stripped of his car, two watches, some clothing and vitamins, but allowed to keep his phone
>by 20:30, he was released in a slum and given R$300,00 to return home


Bernd 12/08/2018 (Sat) 09:55:30 [Preview] No.21095 del
Weebs welcome. In a controversial vote in the parliament Japan decided to open their country for working immigrants. People who are able to speak Nippon and are highskilled even get the prospect of permanent residency. Opponents are criticizing the other category for non high skilled workers that will be prone for abuse from scrupulous companies.
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-46492216


Bernd 12/08/2018 (Sat) 11:38:16 [Preview] No.21098 del
>>21095
>construction, farming and nursing
Are weebs good at those roles?


Bernd 12/08/2018 (Sat) 16:44:40 [Preview] No.21105 del
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>>21098
I can see this expert as future nurse.


Bernd 12/09/2018 (Sun) 16:06:54 [Preview] No.21115 del
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Don't have source in English but...
https://www.napi.hu/magyar_vallalatok/mlsz-foci-erd-kozbeszerzes.674589.html
Hungarian success story.
Small consultant company changed profile in 2014 and became a wholesaler. Their net income looked like this:
2012 650 €
2013 330 €
2014 300 €
The development of turnover in the following years:
2015 150 000 €
2016 210 000 €
2017 300 000 €
In the past two years the net income was 80 000 and 50 000 €. That's a large growth since pre-2015 times, the change turned out to be pretty good decision.
Apparently the Hungarian Football Federation has urgent need for motivational presents in these years. Hand exercise balls, key rings, medals, they need it in the number of ten thousands and this lucky company won the tenders... as sole applicant. For example in 2019 they have to deliver hundred thousand medals for the sum of 400 000 €.
Nice.
Also the company has no employees, their "HQ" is a family house in a town of Budapest metropolitan area, they don't even have a webpage.


Bernd 12/09/2018 (Sun) 19:43:16 [Preview] No.21119 del
>>21115
Really makes you think.


Bernd 12/09/2018 (Sun) 21:16:08 [Preview] No.21126 del
>>21119
In the grand scheme of things 400K € is pocket change. But this is just one example not to mention the way larger money siphons.
Interestingly around me I don't experience such obscene stealing. I know stuff about state owned companies where they might handle money and materials in general less responsibly how they should but that might partially be for incompetence (there are some really interesting fuckups and lying about real deficit and such), and I really don't see into the inner working of things, so basically just hearsay or deduction from indirect info.
Sometimes people say there's no money for this or that or in general, sometimes I reply the problem is not the lack of water for the plants but that we try to haul it to the field with a sieve.


Bernd 12/09/2018 (Sun) 23:19:12 [Preview] No.21136 del
>>21115

Oh, the proxy company and tender trick. Here it is so common so no one cares. Almost every real thing in Russia controlled by some small unknown company registered in Cyprus or somewhere. Even Yandex is technically registered in Netherlands.

These companies mostly unnoticed in news, but sometimes they suddenly appear, like, when famous Yukos (big oil company of Khodorkovsky) was bought by small company that was registered two weeks before auction, had 10k roubles as registered capital (300$) and had office in empty flat. Those company was bought by Rosneft few months later for those 10k roubles. Such business.

About tenders - government official wrote their requirements so precious so only one company may win (and this is company related to these officials, or just pays them money). There were few scandals when someone discovered that some words in tenders on official site have latin letters instead of cyrillic to hide tender from search.

Although there is a chance that random third party can win, of course, but only in some restricted cases. Some people from government who tried to do everything without cheating then complained that tender participants often cheat on them, putting very low bid and providing bad quality goods/services. Law forces to use lowest bid that has fulfills the requirements, but it is hard to really check if everything is all right until tender is finished.

>Apparently the Hungarian Football Federation has urgent need for motivational presents in these years. Hand exercise balls, key rings, medals, they need it in the number of ten thousands and this lucky company won the tenders... as sole applicant. For example in 2019 they have to deliver hundred thousand medals for the sum of 400 000 €.

Considering that all these things are always made in China nowadays, there is no need to do anything except transferring request and money to some Chinese factory. Only tender thing is suspicious.


Bernd 12/10/2018 (Mon) 06:55:11 [Preview] No.21142 del
>>21136
Other influencing factor with these tenders and applications (not sure what's the correct term) the low level of entrepreneurship. Here it's certainly true and would bet it's similar in Russia. For one side the people don't have the spirit, the motivation to make own businesses, on the other our laws impedes enterprises with all the rules and requirements, also fucking taxation doesn't help. So very few to apply for the possibilities and monies these tenders offer. Then politicians say fuck it we pocket this dough, noone would ask for it anyway.
Right now they grant non-refundable 40K € for small enterprises in small settlements, basically villages, what do other stuff than producing agricultural goods. I stumbled into this on the internetz by accident, ofc I don't represent the target audience (for starters where I live isn't fit the village category sadly) but how those people they want to reach can know about this?
Frankly from 40K € one could make a small webdev business or graphics studio for example and even could make up some "false" expenses and use the money otherwise. One don't need a PC for this which costs thousands of dollars, would need internet what is relatively cheap, so most of the money could go for renovating the house (the home of the poor webdev) where the "company" is located or buying a small used car to roam around with it when necessary. Some people are just love to move to the countryside, especially creative ones little bit hippie style, this kinda opportunity would fit them.


Bernd 12/11/2018 (Tue) 22:48:06 [Preview] No.21200 del
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At 13:00 today a man entered Campinas Metropolitan Cathedral. Once Mass ended, he rose up from his seat, pulled out a pistol and opened fire, making around 20 shots and killing 4 people and wounding another 4. He then reloaded his weapon and ran towards the side exits, but cops entered the cathedral from all sides and shot him. Wounded in the ribs, he fell to the ground and proceeded to kill himself with a shot to the head.

The shooter has been identified as Euler Fernando Grandolpho. He was 49 years old, unemployed since 2015, very reclusive and had never been to the cathedral before. He had another weapon at the time, but did not use it. His motivations are still under investigation.


Bernd 12/12/2018 (Wed) 06:13:41 [Preview] No.21201 del
>>21200
>20 shots
>4 dead
Not bad. But killing random people... He really had to have a good justification for himself. Even crazies have those which seem good to them.


Bonba! English deshevo! Bernd 12/12/2018 (Wed) 15:37:06 [Preview] No.21212 del
В прошлом марафоне Школы Марины Русаковой участвовала за 5 000 рублей, а тут 3 дня занятий всего за 500 рублей. Мне нравится, как она учит английскому, все просто и ясно. Сама долго искала стоящего учителя, нашла. Рекомендую. Может кому пригодится :) http://marinarusakova.biz/go/1eE


Bernd 12/12/2018 (Wed) 22:29:31 [Preview] No.21230 del
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>>21212
Hohol spam has continually decreased in quality over the years.


Bernd 12/12/2018 (Wed) 23:06:13 [Preview] No.21232 del
>>21212
what is this about?


Bernd 12/13/2018 (Thu) 16:47:58 [Preview] No.21240 del
>>21232
Who knows.
The other one here >>21230 I met at back on 8ch/kc when we was still there (from 2016 August to 2017 March), and on 76chan/int what I visited on not many occasions.


Bernd 12/13/2018 (Thu) 19:40:15 [Preview] No.21245 del
Overtime Law. In English for the once:
https://index.hu/english/2018/12/12/hungary_parliament_overtime_passed_scandal_chaos_overtime_banking_protest/
Apparently Hungary suffers from chronic work force shortage. The solution: everyone should work more. Without being compensated for it. Less free leave, more overtime, much much more (from 250 to 400).
Ofc on the Hungary overtime is voluntary. In theory. In practice in the private sector those who don't volunteer will be sacked first.
The workers of the private sector despise those in the public because they work less. But they get less money. Now those in the public will work almost as much as the those in the private, without pay raise. The good thing about overtime that it pays more, however there are signs which suggests these plus overtime will be counted as regular work.
Actually not everyone's job will be influenced by this, but at least well over million people's will.
Labour unions are weaklings and useless, but at least some demonstrations are going on. Opposition tries to gain some popularity too.
German companies welcome the new law.


Bernd 12/13/2018 (Thu) 20:54:18 [Preview] No.21247 del
>>21245
You are now of honorary Germans. Congratulations. Now go back to work.


Bernd 12/13/2018 (Thu) 22:31:02 [Preview] No.21250 del
>>21245
Theoretically a general increase in work could provide greater long-term prosperity for all, but it'll take a long time until anyone feels any improvement at all.
The ideal solution would be increasing productivity rather than work hours, but that's easier said than done and still cannot be done without getting some people angry.


Bernd 12/13/2018 (Thu) 23:25:45 [Preview] No.21254 del
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>>21200
New information has been gathered on the shooter from his diary and interviews with people who knew him. It is now known that
-He had a happy childhood and a generally normal life
-Lived with his father
-Did visit the Cathedral several times before, contrary to earlier reports
-Felt persecuted, filing several complaints against other people to the police and wroting down details such as car numbers of people he felt were persecuting him
-Took theraphy for depression in the past
-Had an uneasy relationship with his neighbors
-Was a gamer
-Had an interest in one criminal massacre and the Realengo school shooting. Realengo is particularly notorious as the first local case of an American-style mass shooting, with all the typical traits of American spree killers.


Bernd 12/14/2018 (Fri) 06:54:27 [Preview] No.21260 del
>>21247
>Now
The law comes into force on 1st January 2019.

>>21254
There has to be more to it. Those who like to report their fellows to the police aren't generally those who take action into their hands. So he didn't filed those complaints out of hobby. Either they really bothered them or he really felt they did, nevertheless it does seem he tried the civilized route first.
Depression also makes people more passive than active so that's not the problem in this case might be only good for to support a weak mental state theory or something.
This interest of his in similar acts of violence how deep it was?


Bernd 12/14/2018 (Fri) 10:20:02 [Preview] No.21263 del
>>21200
>Euler
why u do this

>>21254
was his father healthy? Taking care of senile family members is one of the most deranging experiences, it could have affected him


Bernd 12/14/2018 (Fri) 14:22:18 [Preview] No.21266 del
>>21245
>The solution: everyone should work more. Without being compensated for it. Less free leave, more overtime, much much more (from 250 to 400).
I don't know what's worse, this or the Western European solution which is "just import 6 gorillian unskilled migrants bro".


Bernd 12/14/2018 (Fri) 16:11:34 [Preview] No.21268 del
>>21263
>>Euler
>why u do this
What's wrong with that? Explain pls.

>>21266
For now the govt. tried two ways to mend the problem:
1. They give tax break for making babies, up to three gradually growing, at the third kid parents get almost their whole gross wage. Can be breddy gud deal even if I count the ethnic side of things Gypsies tend to shit more kids to this unsuspecting world as skilled Hungarians can get fairly decent wage in my opinion at least, as most of them probably bitch and moan because they spend all of their money on stupid shit they don't need or don't need and can't afford anyway and the with the tax break three kids shouldn't be a problem on the expenditure side of things. This can have effect but on the long run.
2. "Come Home Hungarian" (or maybe Come Home Young Adults, not sure) initiative targeted those young Hungarians who went west looking for jobs. Was very unsuccessful coz the wages here are crap compared what they can earn west of here. Many are capable of working 14 hours a day for 5 days, plus 12 on Saturday and 8 on Sunday just because the hourly wage is better. And they have to work hard otherwise they can get fired very easily and replaced by other enthusiastic Eastern Europoors.
These didn't do, more is needed. Automation is knocking on the door and Ukrainians too. Some companies pay bonus to their employees for every Hungarian they bring to work as they got enough of the Gypsies. Still wages remain low, I blame us, we just can't act together for our mutual interests. It's better bitching in the pubs next to a beer and pálinka.


Bernd 12/14/2018 (Fri) 21:24:17 [Preview] No.21275 del
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>>21245
>Apparently Hungary suffers from chronic work force shortage. The solution: everyone should work more.

That is fun to see when everyone crying about muh robots and automatization. They'll take our jobs any day now!

>In practice in the private sector those who don't volunteer will be sacked first.

That conflicts with idea of workforce shortage though.


Bernd 12/14/2018 (Fri) 22:00:16 [Preview] No.21276 del
>>21275
>That conflicts with idea of workforce shortage though.
It does. Also low wages. Supposedly market should fix the wages, unemployment and the exploitation "exploitation"? since the demand is higher than the supply. But no, it doesn't fix it. Probably because:
1. no shortage in workforce and this is just fake news, maybe red herring (nod really, there are sensible signs of this)
2. German multis would just move elsewhere where they can continue pay lower wages so it's artificially kept low (nod really due EU economy: Eastern EU Europoors have to produce the goods and buy them from Germans for consumption, if they would move to wherever, then how our people could buy their shit? no job, no money, and we can't work elsewhere, like in our own companies because we mustn't produce goods coz then we couldn't buy the German ones)
3. the higher price of labor should be demanded by those who sell it (i.e. workers) but making some pretend-demonstration - against the government - won't change shit, trade unions are jokes, people aren't discontent enough, they (we) live in relative comfort and well, also everyone has something to lose so noone would risk anything, noone holds together on that level


Bernd 12/14/2018 (Fri) 22:09:02 [Preview] No.21277 del
>>21276
But now that I think about it the
>artificially kept low
in second point stands.
So to keep the EU economy competitive it needs to grow. But if suddenly here in Eastern EU the workers would get normal wage than it would cut into the profits of the western companies (I was a little bit exaggerating when emphasized the German ones) which would slower economic growth.


Bernd 12/15/2018 (Sat) 11:04:05 [Preview] No.21284 del
Latest news from Russia's fight against terrorism:
Secret service and police in Russia are fighting against a very dangerous enemy - Teenage pop bands and rappers. They promote stuff that is against morality. Singing about love is American propaganda and must be dealt with accordingly.
To keep a more serious tone, Russian authorities don't like that popular artists point out the obvious and try to control youth culture. This resembles the Soviet era, when they allowed rock concerts, but strictly kept them under surveillance.
After watching a video of IC3PEAK, I see why the government gets nervous. The music is pretty edgy stuff for kids, but the text and the video obviously criticizes and challenges the authorities.
https://youtube.com/watch?v=MBG3Gdt5OGs [Embed]
>I'm going out in the street to play with my cat. But the cop's car runs the cat over.
Mysterious Slavic soul...


Bernd 12/15/2018 (Sat) 11:23:26 [Preview] No.21285 del
>>21284

Yeah, it is in media every day now, although peak was week ago. Some people say that this is just an activity after Kerch school shooting, but maybe it is more complex act.

For example, one of these rappers (Haski) is pretty patriotic, was on Donbass, has friends with pro-government media persons (Prilepin) etc. Forbidding concerts is a good way to increase popularity, especially for teens, they love being edgy and contrary. So, start action, censor some unwanted or unrelevant thing, then ride on media wave - now people love someone for being oppressed person.

>>21284
>and try to control youth culture

They do it pretty efficiently. It only looks like stupid government acts as clumsy elephant. Russian government knows how to subverse grassroots movements. For example, most of these anti-soviet rock musicians from USSR times ended like patriots or "opposition" (who plays concerts for government-related oligarchs).


Bernd 12/15/2018 (Sat) 11:24:16 [Preview] No.21286 del
>>21284
dont know how much true is that, but when your people eat like american, talk like american, think like american, 'love' like american you wonder why they voluntarily do every bidding of american agenda.

We should have done same thing, but our state is too busy with pretentious morals.


Bernd 12/15/2018 (Sat) 11:43:01 [Preview] No.21287 del
>>21284
Reminds me of Antwoord for some reason.


Bernd 12/15/2018 (Sat) 11:50:15 [Preview] No.21288 del
>>21286
>but when your people eat like american, talk like american, think like american, 'love' like american you wonder why they voluntarily do every bidding of american agenda.

That is partially true, but it don't work straight in that way. For example, USSR in late 80s and Russia in 90s were very americanized, from music to even company names (no one wanted to buy anything Russian-related).

And look how it worked now. County and culture, of course, remained americanized (cosplaying USA is an old Soviet tradition after all), but that didn't make Russia friendly with the west.


Bernd 12/15/2018 (Sat) 12:01:02 [Preview] No.21290 del
>>21285
>It only looks like stupid government acts as clumsy elephant.
interesting, sounds like 4D chess.


Bernd 12/15/2018 (Sat) 12:04:43 [Preview] No.21291 del
>>21288
>>21288
> but that didn't make Russia friendly with the west.
russia was friendly with west around 90's plus it doesnt neccesarily make the country friendly with west, it make people de facto puppets of the west.

If you get rid of strong government and it's enforcements you'll see russia will be 'friendly' with west.

This is a colonial elite mentality, where certain people gladly shit on their countrymen to feel superior, which in this case it means being western for them.


Bernd 12/18/2018 (Tue) 02:19:29 [Preview] No.21349 del


Bernd 12/18/2018 (Tue) 08:58:17 [Preview] No.21357 del
>>21349
The football World Cup did good for the image. Also the success in Syria.
What else?


Bernd 12/18/2018 (Tue) 10:29:39 [Preview] No.21359 del
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>>21357

When I see how foreign sources describe Putin and Russian politics, I'm starting to want to live in that Russia with that Putin as president.

I.e. external Russian propaganda is pretty good. Not only because it is good as is, but because others are going worse and worse in this, especially "the West" (c).


Bernd 12/18/2018 (Tue) 14:50:07 [Preview] No.21364 del
>>21357
>It has also been reported that a recent explosion of self-proclaimed “Putin fans,” or young women with a feverish zeal for the foreign leader, are the ones responsible for propelling these calendar sales to the top. Livedoor News quoted many of the women as saying that they find something attractive about the former KGB intelligence officer and president at the forefront of many controversial policies.
>“Why does he seem to be so popular with the ladies?”
Sounds like it's just horny women lusting after his shirtless figure.


Bernd 12/18/2018 (Tue) 15:22:20 [Preview] No.21367 del
>>21359
I have sames with Orbán. Kinda. Coz he's still corrupt in Western news but at least he makes them butthurt all.

>>21364
Putin has the image of the powerful leader which always attractive for women and for Asians his height isn't that much of a drawback.

Webm unrelated.


Bernd 12/18/2018 (Tue) 20:39:23 [Preview] No.21388 del
>>21367
>I have sames with Orbán. Kinda.

This is international thing of course. For example, Lukashenko is often viewed here as good leader who preserved his country, and Belarus is a good quiet place. Belorussians who I know are laughing about this.

>Coz he's still corrupt in Western news but at least he makes them butthurt all.

Putin also not a good person in "big" western news, but they discredited themselves so hardly so it doesn't matter. It even helps to increase popularity.


Bernd 12/22/2018 (Sat) 13:22:21 [Preview] No.21415 del
>ghana_karate.jpg
perfect for kick in the nuts


Bernd 12/22/2018 (Sat) 13:28:35 [Preview] No.21417 del
isn't the pope a mason?


Bernd 12/22/2018 (Sat) 13:31:10 [Preview] No.21419 del
>>21417
I don't know. Present arguments pls.


Bernd 12/22/2018 (Sat) 13:31:31 [Preview] No.21420 del
>>20188
oy pápi


Bernd 12/22/2018 (Sat) 13:33:16 [Preview] No.21422 del
>>21420
I promise I'll make a hat for Bulgaria next. I don't know when will it take effect. We'll see.


Bernd 12/22/2018 (Sat) 13:40:58 [Preview] No.21426 del
>>21419
i haven't looked into it much
basically since the 1960 or the sec vat counsel every pope has been a mason


Bernd 12/22/2018 (Sat) 13:48:41 [Preview] No.21428 del
>>21426
Then maybe you can point to where you read that. Maybe there will be information on this. If there's none, then it might just be a made up idea.


Bernd 12/22/2018 (Sat) 14:04:10 [Preview] No.21435 del
>>21428
in one of the communism by teh backdoor videos, the one that deals with the church, there's a guy there who sounds knowledgeable about these stuff, think he's a rev or something like that


Bernd 12/22/2018 (Sat) 14:09:01 [Preview] No.21437 del
>>21435
youtu.be/fAgvdEUvkyQ?t=5m


Bernd 12/22/2018 (Sat) 14:35:05 [Preview] No.21442 del
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>>21435
>>21437
All right I watched it. So basically the dude on the phone said that John XXIII was a Freemason and the consequent ones were/are too. He presents no arguments supporting this statement. Maybe there's information out there but maybe not.


Bernd 12/22/2018 (Sat) 20:33:08 [Preview] No.21450 del
Jesus do you gyppos have to shit up every single fucking board?


Bernd 12/23/2018 (Sun) 21:34:33 [Preview] No.21501 del
>>21245
I had a chat about this overtime law with a few pals who work for multis (mainly German, Japanese or Chinese companies) or small family businesses which do contract work with those big companies (all industrial production, not services). They say all their employers find a way to make them do more work than legally they could so the change with the law is that on their wageslip (the paper that specifies what they get their wage for) the money they get for overtime will be listed as overtime and not as some kind of bonus or something. For example one of them worked this year well over 400 hours of overtime even tho up to the end of the year 250 is the maximum allowed. The 150+ hours he worked - basically illegally - is accounted in some other way, essentially using tricks to by-pass the limit.
Another pal said all these work are bullshit anyway. In his line of job in the morning shift the better part of the production is done from 6 to 9 in three hours, then the rest of the shift is just alibi work and passing time. So even if they pull 10 or 12 hours of shifts instead of 8 they won't accomplish that much more to justify it.


Bernd 12/25/2018 (Tue) 18:05:11 [Preview] No.21555 del
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Haven't featured some good old RT articles here for too long.

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https://www.rt.com/business/447368-s7-space-orbital-spaceport/
oRbItal cosModrome


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https://www.rt.com/russia/447363-russian-army-2019-calendar/
Showing off with Cold War era tech...
Some captions are mildly amusing tho.


Bernd 12/26/2018 (Wed) 09:43:21 [Preview] No.21568 del
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Hungary ain't lags behind in stronkness.
Earlier reported on how Mi-24's are retrofitted for continued service but the military upgrades don't stop. Somehow we need to reach that 2% for military spending in our budget that Trump demanded from every country.
We already bought and assembled bout 10 thousand pistols and assault rifles, and read somewhere we will even produce them in the future. But the govt. decided about acquiring some real heavy hardware. From Germany we buy 44 pieces of Leopard 2 and 28 pieces of Panzerhaubitze 2000. We also signed a contract with Airbus on the shipping of 16 pieces of H225M helicopter. Impressive.
Shit will come in handy in war games with NATO allies.

Some links (sources):
Nice pictures, down below more:
https://honvedelem.hu/cikk/113869_a_honvedseg_fejlesztese_az_orszagot_erositi
People signing papers and shaking hands:
https://honvedelem.hu/cikk/113884_ujabb_helikopterekkel_bovul_2023_tol_a_honvedseg_legiflottaja
https://honvedelem.hu/cikk/113972_uj_harckocsikat_vesz_a_honvedseg
https://honvedelem.hu/cikk/113990_megujul_a_magyar_honvedseg_legtervedelmi_rendszere


Bernd 12/26/2018 (Wed) 10:16:00 [Preview] No.21571 del
>>21568
I wish we could too, but for a decade our research&development workers were getting killed and gov. did nothing about it, most likely they did it to pass the bid(?) to their bootlickers, as result our heavy arms industries core parts developed by foreigners and fixed in Turkey and branded as Turkish.

It's a shame because I know good amount of engineers that had to go to other countries as their projects are either stolen and sold to their supporters or other cunts or overall their work is hindered by bureucracy. A country doesnt function when their smart, backbone people cant show their skills.


Bernd 12/26/2018 (Wed) 11:18:53 [Preview] No.21574 del
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>>21568
>Somehow we need to reach that 2% for military spending in our budget that Trump demanded from every country.

News say that some countries, mostly Germany, don't want to do it and wouldn't do in near future (it is logical, it isn't precious refugees).

So, being small and not so rich country and trying to fulfill NATO requirements is pretty strange. If I be Orban or someone, I'd try to demand compliance from big players first.

>From Germany we buy 44 pieces of Leopard 2 and 28 pieces of Panzerhaubitze 2000.

That is pretty big. Although considering that there will be no real big war in Europe in future, it would be more efficient to buy some cheap thing, like Czech artillery (DANA) or something like this (I don't know about cheap NATO-compliant tanks though).

Although Germans may sell everything with discount of course.

>>21571

Fully internal development is pretty hard thing. For example, some of new Russian military ships have Chinese diesels (that broke often), because even USSR couldn't do them properly and ordered in Finland or East Germany. Now, after sanctions, Chinese tech is used. Of course patriots don't talk about this, or blame West about sanctions.

But it is that bad that Turkish armament use foreign tech, if it isn't 100%, and if there are movement to slowly fix this. Having some industrial base is better than not having it at all. China started like this and look where is it now.


Bernd 12/26/2018 (Wed) 15:50:31 [Preview] No.21579 del
>>21574
I heard the Defense Minister talking and said we buy this new shiny hardware because a modern military needs modern weaponry we can't be satisfied with some second rate junk. Tl;dr he bullshitted us. There's some shady business in behind these contracts. I'm not saying there is, but it's obviously is.
>buy some cheap thing
Then how could we reach 2% quota? Well they could give me the money and I would write a page horseshit about whatever. I would live happily until I die.


Bernd 12/26/2018 (Wed) 20:08:53 [Preview] No.21596 del
>>21574
>>21574
Well you must understand we don't have the manpower china has, so we can't deter any invasion before it starts with our numbers.

Our state position is similar to israel, surrounded by potential enemies, they generally make the right moves while or democratically elected leaders always screw up due to populism. For example not so long ago we were one of the self sufficent country in agricultural sense but not anymore, possible embarge wouldnt ruin us entirely, meanwhile israelis try their best about genetic engineering for possible embargo if things go wrong.

So we're overreliant on diplomacy and it's not good.

>China started like this and look where is it now.
china is improving, Türkiye is going backwards.


Bernd 12/26/2018 (Wed) 21:58:58 [Preview] No.21613 del
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>>21596
>Well you must understand we don't have the manpower china has, so we can't deter any invasion before it starts with our numbers.

Modern war often doesn't require numbers, especially when you have proper army and enemy has irregulars and terrorists. Like in Rhodesia, where local SAS did operations with 1 vs 1000 kill count.

That is why most wars in real countries (not in Africa) go by insurgency path, when conventions and modern mentality prevent stronger force from genocide of population, and population can support and hide small armed groups. Turkey is the NATO member and pretty developed country with strong army, and no one near is capable to do any serious action against it.

>Our state position is similar to israel, surrounded by potential enemies

You are much bigger and stronger, and your potential enemies are Kurds who only can do local problems and terrorist acts (although it is a problem of course). Who else? Greeks are small and not going to fight, conflict with Russia is mostly imaginary, Syria and other Arabs are in permanent conflict with themselves.

Maybe your sultan isn't the best ruler in the world, but at least he is relatively good diplomat - he maneuvers between USA/Russia and no one really hate him too much, even when he shits on them. In same situation our Glorious Leader already have enemies everywhere and sits fully in sanctions.

>china is improving, Türkiye is going backwards.

That's sad, but looks like it is global trend. World is changing, old political models that worked in 1970s are outdated. "West" eats itself in commie-style shitstorm, Post-soviet states degrade, Third world goes into dictatorships, Muslims go into radicalism etc. Enjoy your XXI century.


Bernd 12/26/2018 (Wed) 22:10:35 [Preview] No.21615 del
>>21613
>>21613
>Modern war often doesn't require numbers
yeah but you get the idea, they're being the most populated nation.

> Who else? Greeks are small and not going to fight
of course but, they are always willing to 'el sikiyle gerdeğe girme' fucking your wife with someone elses dick. They just declare war to us and let others do the job for themselves as they like to be spoiled brat of wect. I know we are bigger but we have bigger minority problem and we cant impose state authority properly to south east, killing teachers and civil officers is common act of PKK.

>ut at least he is relatively good diplomat - he maneuvers between USA/Russia
eurasianist generals force him he doesnt act as freely as he wish. we're getting diplomacy of 90's, before 90's we were disregarded by USA and when we become more pro russki USA started to care us again and even handed head of PKK voluntarily to us. All grand sultan needs to do in foreign policies, not being USA's lapdog, and it's not so hard.

And sultan is not putin, sultan literally recreate PKK in early 2000's while PKK dropping the fight almost everywhere. The guy would do anything to strenghen his position on the seat.

>That's sad, but looks like it is global trend
It is sad because we have shitload of potential. I hate democrats in here for wasting our potential for the sake of cargo culting around, dumb imbeciles. I wouldnt be much sad if I was a moldovan whose bigest dream joining EU and staying there but no, not the case for me.


Bernd 12/27/2018 (Thu) 18:36:33 [Preview] No.21667 del
>>21613
>Like in Rhodesia, where local SAS did operations with 1 vs 1000 kill count.
The difference between soldiers trained to kill and people who didn't. Soldiers often reported that they could get pretty close without loss and the enemy just shot over their heads. An example from the book of Grossman which illustrates his point.
>"West" eats itself in commie-style shitstorm
It feels moar liek we're heading to a cyberpunk dystopia where nations are dissolved and multi-corps rule the life of people, they produce the goods their workers consume and those who live off welfare and live in slums. Also rich are living in their own little walled heavens safely insulated from the shit and poverty.

>>21615
I heard many Turkish boy's dream is to grow up to be a policeman or soldier. Is this true?

>>21655
Bizarre.
Oceans are big and their depth is mysterious.


Bernd 12/27/2018 (Thu) 19:01:55 [Preview] No.21669 del
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>>21667
>>21667
>I heard many Turkish boy's dream is to grow up to be a policeman or soldier. Is this true?
Varies a lot. Being military officer one of the most prestigious thing you can be but the process is too unforgiving, unforgiving enough to deter the bydlo atleast that's before when erdoğan and gülen became buttbuddies and placed their guys and corrpted the military.
An old school military officer is easily surpass a university PhP graduate about cultural knowledge and many other stuff. Despite the prestige continues good amount of staff is filled with borderline retards.


Bernd 01/02/2019 (Wed) 09:27:29 [Preview] No.21943 del
Large part of commieblock collapsed after explosion in Magnitogorsk. At least 16 people dead and 30 more are missing, but they'll mostly be found dead too. Few people were rescued from rubble.

Official version is gas explosion, FSB said this at very first moment. Large amount of different government officials travelled to city, and even Putin is there now (it is very uncommon for him).

Rumors, of course, say that this was terror act but government doesn't want to say this - we're in middle of Golden Age and terror acts are completely impossible, it isn't 90s. Also yesterday some marshrutka (small bus) also exploded in Magnitogorsk, and rumors say that this was part of special operation to capture/kill terrorists from Tajikistan who are related to this. Official version for that explosion also is gas problems.

Such new year in Russia.


Bernd 01/02/2019 (Wed) 09:39:24 [Preview] No.21944 del
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>>21943
>Commieblock


Bernd 01/02/2019 (Wed) 12:08:52 [Preview] No.21952 del
>>21943
Burning kerosene doesn't melt steel.

>>21944
One more for Grossman.


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Cartels in Ceará state are attacking vehicles, police stations, gas stations, surveillance cameras, banks, road infrastructure and even a city's Cultural Center. They demand better living conditions for their brothers who sit behind bars.


Bernd 01/04/2019 (Fri) 13:52:12 [Preview] No.22030 del
>>22029
It's time to send a commando unit after them and just gun them all. This is an act of terrorism since they are attacking civilian targets. Why do they do this? Do they think the officials will cave in and do what they say? Don't they have the money and power to just buy them?


Bernd 01/04/2019 (Fri) 14:38:46 [Preview] No.22032 del
>>22030
>Why do they do this?
Ceará has a new governor this year, maybe they're testing his aswell as Bolsonaro's strength.
>Do they think the officials will cave in and do what they say?
São Paulo's biggest cartel allegedly got concessions from the state government to calm down after a similar wave of attacks in 2006, so they might get something out of this.


Bernd 01/04/2019 (Fri) 14:41:43 [Preview] No.22034 del
Correction: he got reelected. If they're testing anyone, it's Bolsonaro.


Bernd 01/04/2019 (Fri) 19:18:50 [Preview] No.22054 del
>>22032
>>22034
>Bolsonaro
He has wide support now, maybe can pull out some strong cards.


Bernd 01/07/2019 (Mon) 01:22:02 [Preview] No.22128 del
Updates on Ceará's situation: attacks continue, only 10% of the capital's bus system is running, and they need escorts. Cartels shot a supermarket and set fire to a truck hauling poultry, killing two thousand chickens. But national gendarmes have already been deployed to the state (ordered by the Justice Minister, not Bolsonaro personally) and the frequency of cartel attacks is lowering.


Bernd 01/07/2019 (Mon) 05:54:40 [Preview] No.22129 del
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I have some bad news.


Bernd 01/07/2019 (Mon) 06:21:30 [Preview] No.22132 del
>>22128
Wtf. That's insane.
>ordered by the Justice Minister, not Bolsonaro personally
Everyone has to do his job

>>22129
Unfortunate situation. Those donkeys needs to be saved, not just because they are endangered species but because important economical factors too. Food, transportation, raw resource for the leather industry, source of job and income. They are aesthetic animals as well.


Bernd 01/07/2019 (Mon) 19:42:21 [Preview] No.22145 del
News from other posters countries, that I read today.
Hungary - Orban governs from the Buda castle now, something not even the gommies dared to do.
Denmark - Government wants to create new islands around Copenhagen to have S-P-A-C-E for more industry instead of having them somewhere in Jutland or Nordschleswig.
Britain - Government is doing active planning for a hard brexit. They are testing how many lorries (trucks in American English) can fit on the roads of Dover without causing a traffic jam and are ordered fridges so they can hamster medications.
Sorry there wasn't news about the rest of you, I am a bit surprised about Russia though, but they celebrate Christmas, so no big news from Russia.


Bernd 01/07/2019 (Mon) 20:15:46 [Preview] No.22146 del
>>22145
>Orban governs from the Buda castle now
Good move. After his regime created several oligarchs we are in dire need for a monarch.
>not even the gommies dared to do.
Castle is the symbol of the fascist reactionary imperialists.
Frankly I'm not sure about this, it's a nice neigbourhood with several institutions there already (for example the residence of the President, but most importantly the German Embassy so he can get his orders from his masters). But frankly it should be where it was up until now, at the Parliament.
>Denmark
Why don't they build new industry where France and Germany do? In Eastern EU.
Best news. How bout eSwitzini?


Bernd 01/07/2019 (Mon) 20:32:09 [Preview] No.22147 del
>>22146
Eastern Poland is in dire need of investment.


Bernd 01/07/2019 (Mon) 20:41:55 [Preview] No.22150 del
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>>22146
>how bout eSwitzini?
Really nothing noteworthy happened. So some old news from a few weeks ago. In Zurich there's the troll highway, that was never finished and ends in the middle of a river. It is secured by a small wall. The original idea was to build a motorway though the city of Zurich, but plans changed and it was never realized, only what was already built remained. So you have to exit the highway, it's indicated by markings.
So 3 weeks ago during snowy conditions in the middle of the night an Italian bus driving for the German company flixbus drove straight into the small wall at the end of this highway, not noticing the end. A truck 2 years earlier managed to drive trough the wall and into the river during daylight (pic related).


Bernd 01/07/2019 (Mon) 22:11:16 [Preview] No.22154 del
>>22146
>>22146
> we are in dire need for a monarch.
just YES

which dynasty though?


Bernd 01/08/2019 (Tue) 01:44:46 [Preview] No.22155 del
https://www.bbc.com/pidgin/tori-46780019

>Gabon coup: Goment say situation dey under control afta military bin say dem don takeover
>Tok-tok pesin for Gabon goment say di political situation for di kontri dey "under control."


Bernd 01/08/2019 (Tue) 06:32:43 [Preview] No.22158 del
>>22150
>Really nothing noteworthy happened.
Does it ever? It's not liek we are the centre of the universe we are but here at least some butthurt can be generated for EU.
>In Zurich there's the troll highway, that was never finished and ends in the middle of a river.
Well then drivers from Zürich than have to go zurück.
The Genius of the Carpathians Ceausescu ordered a highway through the Carpathians, that too remained unfinished. To use an euphemism.

>>22154
Orbán most likely has one in mind. The Orbán.

>>22155
Dem take control of di national radio station for early mor-mor on Monday to read short statement wia dem announce "National Restoration Council".
How did that statement sound I wonder.
>Oga Bongo
Oh god.


Bernd 01/08/2019 (Tue) 13:52:02 [Preview] No.22164 del
>>22158
what happened to jobbik?


Bernd 01/08/2019 (Tue) 16:03:11 [Preview] No.22166 del
>>22154
Habsburg was forced to sign the abdication from the power of Austria, but technically never abdicated from Hungary.


Bernd 01/08/2019 (Tue) 17:04:24 [Preview] No.22169 del
>>22164
Last I heard it split into two, Jobbik remained a lukewarm version of the original, the new one is the more radical Mi Hazánk Mozgalom (Our Home Movement). I've no idea how they are doing.

>>22166
They were dethroned like in every second year since 1527.


Bernd 01/08/2019 (Tue) 18:17:30 [Preview] No.22179 del
>>22169
what does hungary think about monarchies? not just habsburg one.


Bernd 01/08/2019 (Tue) 18:50:40 [Preview] No.22182 del
>>22179
I think most people don't even know if it's eaten or drunk. Those who ponder about monarchy or we should have one... most will reject it I would think. Those who would want a monarchy, generally they think the Habsburgs were a bad fit and we don't need them. But then come the question: who else?
The problem is that in the Blood Pact the chiefs of the tribes agreed upon electing king above themselves from the line of Álmos, father of Árpád (the naming ancestor of the Árpád-dynasty), but only on the male line. The last one of them died in 1301.
The nobles and clerics solved the question looking for a king on the female line, there were several candidates, but today there's none but Habsburgs (tho whole Europe's ruling families married among each other so some blood should be here and there).
In 1505 the Diet made a law that they can choose a born Hungarian as their king after Vladislaus II dies. The king didn't ratified it tho it was a good document to wave when the nobles got enough of the Habsburg centralization attempts. Some might think it would be a good basis to pick a national king today.
Frankly those who care about this question usually believes "academically not supported" ideas about Hungarian history or representing unusual political ideas. One such idea is that the Hungarian Holy Crown representing not just monarchical but the constitutional power and more, so the king itself should be that, no living person needed.


Bernd 01/08/2019 (Tue) 20:11:51 [Preview] No.22185 del
>>22182
>>22182
>In 1505 the Diet made a law that they can choose a born Hungarian as their king after Vladislaus II dies.
anyone? like low borns included?

> so the king itself should be that,
kings can be constitutional power in a sense but cnstitutional power cannot represent values that a king could

It's sad to hear about those I thought there would be several candidates from different dynasties, Arpad would be nice, I was always under impression that Habsburgs turned hungarians more central european than what their original culture is, even though the term central european is an abstract term and recently invented but I guess you get the point.

As for us we will I think never get monarchy back, as our last one was literal traitor allowed greeks massacre Turks and 're-greekify' them by force, he also had caliphate title, he declared a fetva(fatwa) about it. With the lukewarm kemalist indoctrination we had before, I dont think even if we have a decent candidate it wont return, not that I want ottomans on the throne again.


Bernd 01/09/2019 (Wed) 17:27:01 [Preview] No.22197 del
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Well, this is a news thread, so news:
https://index.hu/techtud/2019/01/04/kasler_miklos_magyarsagkutato_ostortenet_emmi_horvath-lugossy_gabor/
In Hungarian ofc, so I'll give a tl;dr version.
A new institution is going to be created in the field of Hungarology, the research of Hungarians which is practially nonexistent since the end of WWII. It will be an interdisciplinary institute, with a fairly large budget - compared to other cultural institutions of the country I know of - and about hundred employees. The quirk of the thing is that spirit it will go against established linguistic results and will prefer "alternative" theories in Hungarian prehistory (they favor Turkic linguistic relations over Uralic).
Additional information: the article is worded way more harshly how I present it to you, they call their views pseudo-scientific and so on.
Do similar institutions exist in other countries financed by the govt.?

>>22185
>anyone? like low borns included?
No, ofc. At that time commoners weren't included in the nation, only nobles. On the other hand Hungarian didn't mean literally Hungarian since Hungarian nobles could been foreigners too - good example is the Croat Zrínyi family, maybe you are familiar with them - it simply meant they are holders of some land in the domains of the Hungarian Crown.

>kings can be constitutional power in a sense but cnstitutional power cannot represent values that a king could
It's an interesting thing with the Holy Crown maybe I'll write about it in another thread more fitting.

>I was always under impression that Habsburgs turned hungarians more central european than what their original culture is,
They ensured constant German influence, that's for sure. But I think the most of that job was done by the Árpáds themselves, since by the time of the Mongol invasion it was no question whom will out country side with - as they tested king Béla IV first if he would willing to join, he refused and sent a letter to the pope in which he stated to be the champion of Christianity and all that.

>As for us we will I think never get monarchy back,
This must be the case with all these republics around, us too. Maybe in some form a new one in the distant future, who knows, maybe it'll evolve from a dictatorship (like in ancient Rome, monarchy -> republic -> new monarchy).
>not that I want ottomans on the throne again
Yeah an ottoman on a throne just looks silly.


Bernd 01/09/2019 (Wed) 17:39:16 [Preview] No.22201 del
>>22197
The linguisic thing I saw a Turkish new about it but couldnt sure since I couldnt confirm it on an english source. I can't see why they would be biased on Turkic side though. The line between science and ideology is very unclear since age of radicalism, so even is the Turkic link theory is %100 percent true I doubt people would affiliate with it as science especially lingusitics is heavily affected by realpolitik.

> But I think the most of that job was done by the Árpáds themselves
so they come to a dilemma, they would either pick steppe culture or christian-european-settler culture? that's what I understand from what you say.


Bernd 01/09/2019 (Wed) 17:46:04 [Preview] No.22204 del
>>22197
>At that time commoners weren't included in the nation, only nobles
But commoners are now part of the res publica, does that make them eligible for the throne?

Or was it purely a matter of land ownership rather than blue blood, which would enable any landowning commoner today to be elected?


Bernd 01/09/2019 (Wed) 18:05:44 [Preview] No.22208 del
>>22204
They are now the part of the Hungarian nation in theory anyone could be king. God forbid, maybe even women.
Being noble was a legal thing, not blood. Commoners sometimes were elevated into the nobility.
They also owned a land not in a strict sense, by the 19th century quite a lot of nobles held only the place of their houses. They were landless in other respect, they didn't have serfs or anything, many times they had lowly jobs. Interesting thing, the ratio of nobles in Hungarian society was very large, close to Poland, we were on the 2nd or 3rd place in this. There were villages where the residents were all nobles.


Bernd 01/10/2019 (Thu) 07:20:26 [Preview] No.22231 del
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Laos gives Russia 30 T-34 tanks from own army. They'll be used for museums and cinematic purposes.

http://tass.com/defense/1039199

Details of agreement aren't known, maybe they do it because Laos had old debt (Russia often uses barter or just forgives debts, because taxation of own people is better for economy). Although some officials say that tanks are given for free because they were technically loaned at Vietnam war times.


Bernd 01/10/2019 (Thu) 16:21:01 [Preview] No.22235 del
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>>22231
>Laos, where they have been in active service since 1987
Turns out the 85 in T-34/85 is the year when Laos ordered a series. And they knew it beforehand.
>cinematic purposes.
Authentic equipment is good in films.
They are also very handy at demonstrations.


Bernd 01/10/2019 (Thu) 16:22:58 [Preview] No.22236 del
Interesting Swiss news for once. A man was penalized for greeting someone with allahu akbar and has to pay 210 mountain nazi gold as penalty. Wasn't such a good idea to build a Turkish Muslim club next to the police station.


Bernd 01/10/2019 (Thu) 16:23:49 [Preview] No.22237 del
>>22231
>Before delivery to Laos none of the T-34s had undergone upgrade or adjustment to tropical or subequatorial climates.
I also wonder what's the upgrade.


Bernd 01/10/2019 (Thu) 16:27:06 [Preview] No.22239 del
>>22236
Takbir to that!


Bernd 01/10/2019 (Thu) 16:54:29 [Preview] No.22245 del
>>22236
süphanallah/10


Bernd 01/11/2019 (Fri) 11:55:58 [Preview] No.22272 del
Since an earthquake and heavy rains last year, a neighborhood in Maceió has continually seen its ground level lower and cracks appear in buildings and streets, leading to a high rate of emigration from the area. The cause of this phenomenon is unclear but may include underground water saturation due to inefficient hydraulic infrastructure and local soil traits, tectonic activity and/or nearby salt extraction. Federal authorities provide housing subsidies for emigrants. A national Geologic Service report from last month recommending preparations for an emergency evacuation has been leaked to the press.


Bernd 01/14/2019 (Mon) 00:52:17 [Preview] No.22344 del
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Cesare Battisti, 70s Italian far left terrorist with 4 murders on record, has been arrested in Bolivia and is on a direct flight to Rome as I write this post. After decades evading Italian authorities, he settled down in this noble land and was granted refugee status by Lula. However, winds began to blow in the other direction: as early as 2017, with Temer in power, he was caught attempting to escape into Bolivia -one of the last Pink Tide regimes. Last year Bolsonaro announced his intention to deport him to Italy if he won. After the elections, Battisti boasted that his legal status was solid and unchangeable but, seeing the writing on the wall, went missing. The Supreme Court and Temer decreed his arrest, but he was nowhere to be found.
Bolivia was discused as a potential escape route due to its ideological position, but Battisti aswell as those hunting him down were surprised -horrifyingly for the former and pleasantly for the latter- when Bolivian authorities cooperated with their Brazilian and Italian counterparts. He will now finally pay for his crimes.


Bernd 01/14/2019 (Mon) 06:32:20 [Preview] No.22346 del
>>22344
An act of goodwill on the side of Bolivia? What's the relation of Brasil with her?
>Cesare Battisti
This sounded extremely familiar but that's an another person I heard about.
>He will now finally pay for his crimes.
What one can get for terrorism? Or just murder and probably other crimes will be the charge?


Bernd 01/14/2019 (Mon) 10:57:30 [Preview] No.22349 del
>>22346
>What's the relation of Brasil with her?
Relations with Bolivia were strong under Dilma and Lula, who went as far as to ignore offensive acts such as the legalization of stolen Brazilian cars (they're like German cars in Poland) and the nationalization of Petrobras refineries for the sake of his ideological friendship.
With Bolsonaro in power, we're on opposing political poles, but relations remain surprisingly warm. Evo Morales, unlike Maduro, refrained from rhetorically attacking Bolsonaro, using very diplomatic language and even partaking in his inauguration ceremony. Bolsonaro didn't bash him, either. It's worth noting that Bolivia is a major gas supplier.
>the charge
Italian courts have already judged his case and convicted him for murder, now he will just serve his sentence.


Bernd 01/14/2019 (Mon) 16:21:49 [Preview] No.22350 del
>>22349
What common interest can result then. Bolivia wants to sell gas Brasil wants to buy gas. Also probably Bolivia still needs friends on the continent. Might be interesting the future.


Bernd 01/14/2019 (Mon) 18:39:47 [Preview] No.22360 del
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A little lazyposting.
https://www.rt.com/news/448773-canadian-death-sentence-china-drugs/
How do they execute you in China?
Also Trudeau.


Bernd 01/14/2019 (Mon) 19:16:32 [Preview] No.22362 del
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>>22360
Apparently either by shooting or lethal injection.
t. Wikipedo
>not hanging people like in grorious Nippon


Bernd 01/14/2019 (Mon) 19:33:15 [Preview] No.22363 del
>>22362
Is that a Schmeisser?


Bernd 01/14/2019 (Mon) 21:47:33 [Preview] No.22367 del
>>21943

Islamic state of Gazprom strikes again. Gas explosion in 9-floor building on top floors, one person is dead, 4 missing, hundreds evacuated. That happened in Shakthy, small city in Rostov region, very close to place where I was week ago and posted photos.


Bernd 01/15/2019 (Tue) 17:12:55 [Preview] No.22392 del
>>22367
Wtf? How can these buildings explode? I understand (they say) it's gas but how this happens? They leave a gas tap open and accumulates in large quantity? Or the pipe cracks? Or what?


Bernd 01/15/2019 (Tue) 20:58:15 [Preview] No.22420 del
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>>22392

Most gas explosions don't end with serious building collapses or something like this. Gas doesn't explode easily, you need large concentration of it in air, and ventilation mostly solves the problem. Even when explosion happens, burst often goes through window and building doesn't get serious damage.

One of reasons why nowadays gas became more dangerous are new plastic windows. Old Soviet wooden ones weren't properly isolated and were much weaker, so 1) gas may go through slits and explosive concentration couldn't be achieved, 2) in case of explosion windows easily break, so building doesn't get damage. Now windows are pretty strong and this happens.

>They leave a gas tap open and accumulates in large quantity? Or the pipe cracks? Or what?

It is mostly tap problems. There are few reasons: stoves aren't serviced properly, people are careless (old person who lost sanity may forgot about opened gas, or drunkard may do same). Most of gas problems happen on the last end, i.e. in personal flats, it is rarely about pipes. Gas also is harmless outside, so only flats and houses are in danger.

Although there were cases of explosions on purpose, like suicides.

In small cities or villages gas is also used for water heating or general heating, because it is much cheaper and effective than electricity, so there are plenty of possibilities for problems.


Bernd 01/15/2019 (Tue) 21:29:06 [Preview] No.22424 del
Albanians rejoice: their language is now official im that country east of Albania, west of Bulgaria, north of Greece and south of Serbia.


Bernd 01/15/2019 (Tue) 21:39:00 [Preview] No.22425 del
>>22424
makedonya?


Bernd 01/15/2019 (Tue) 21:43:49 [Preview] No.22426 del
>>22425
Now it's northern Macedonia.


Bernd 01/15/2019 (Tue) 23:23:51 [Preview] No.22428 del
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>>22426
Former Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.


Bernd 01/16/2019 (Wed) 16:48:24 [Preview] No.22446 del
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You're fired. Japanese hotel fires robots because they caused more work for the human employees than they were supposed to save. One of the problems were that the robots interpreted snoring as talk and woke up the guests in the middle of the night. German tech site ripped the news of from the paywalled Wall Street Journal, but I'm pretty sure some clickbait news sites have the story too.


Bernd 01/16/2019 (Wed) 16:58:40 [Preview] No.22447 del
>>22446
Robots will replace humans they said.


Bernd 01/18/2019 (Fri) 00:25:32 [Preview] No.22489 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=Jdnf8k6aArU [Embed]
meanwhile in coastal Paraná


Bernd 01/18/2019 (Fri) 06:36:29 [Preview] No.22491 del
>>22489
That's more of a raft with a house on it than a house. Read the description, it built strong for sure. So noone was in there?


Bernd 01/19/2019 (Sat) 22:04:30 [Preview] No.22515 del
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In the end of 1944 a bunch of Jews were shot dead into the Danube in Budapest. Now they try to recover the remains or at least some of it. They plan to transport them to Israel and give them proper burial. Two problems left: how much remains left, since the Danube could just flush them away, and if/when they find something how can they know the person was Jewish, as quite a lot of people died in Budapest at that time and a good part of them fell or was thrown into the Danube.
https://index.hu/english/2019/01/16/danube_holocaust_victims_recovery_zaka/
>Anthropological and DNA studies of those bones confirmed that could indeed be bones of Holocaust victims
>Anthropological
Apparently the Nazis were right all along.


Bernd 01/20/2019 (Sun) 13:24:04 [Preview] No.22524 del
Protests are all over the country. Not too big tho.
https://index.hu/english/2019/01/19/hungary_braces_for_road_blocks_strikes_and_even_more_protests/
Nice part:
"Last Saturday, the Independent Police Union published a supporting statement, noting that members of the police force are also subject to exploitation. The statement reads that law enforcement forces are severely understaffed (there are 90 policemen for every 100,000 citizens, as opposed to the EU average of 318), and that fact coupled with the current the state of migration crisis declared by the government lead to an exceedingly high number of overtime hours. "
>90 policemen for every 100,000 citizens, as opposed to the EU average of 318
Wow, Hungary is clearly a fascist police state.
Pic #1
>We've got enough!
Pic #2 - This one is old communist phrase:
>Worker's fist is iron fist, it strikes where it has to

In other news: Andy Vajna dieded deadly death.
https://index.hu/english/2019/01/20/andrew_g_vajna_dies_aged_74/
A longer Hungarian article with more pictures (doesn't give more precise explanation of his death):
https://index.hu/kultur/meghalt_andy_vajna/
He was the producer of such titles as the first three Rambos, Angel Heart, Red Heat, Total Recall.
In the last few years he didn't do much however, just leeching off tax and EU money, taking over all the casinos of Hungary while avoiding taxes.
His 36 years old wife mourns him, it was a true love.


Bernd 01/20/2019 (Sun) 13:25:24 [Preview] No.22525 del
>>22524
Pic #3 - The young couple.


Bernd 01/20/2019 (Sun) 13:39:44 [Preview] No.22527 del
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100 years ago the US of A ratified their 18th amendment to their perfect constitution to make it even more perfect. This amendment introduced the prohibition of intoxicating drinks in Murrica. The rest is history.


Bernd 01/20/2019 (Sun) 13:57:36 [Preview] No.22528 del
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>>22527
>their perfect constitution
The US constitution is toilet paper. It's literally based off the freemason constitution


Bernd 01/26/2019 (Sat) 00:59:33 [Preview] No.22791 del
12 million cubic meters of iron ore mining waste broke off from their dams, rolled down the landscape and buried a village on the outskirts of Minas Gerais' capital. 7 people are dead and around 150 are missing.

The mines are owned by Vale, who was responsible for another dam burst of the same kind in 2015, the Mariana dam disaster, which razed an entire village, left 19 dead and unleashed a large volume of heavy metal-contaminated mud right into the Southeast's largest river, briefly painting it -and a small stretch of coastline- a bold shade of orange, cutting off water supply and permanently crippling its fishing industry.


Bernd 01/26/2019 (Sat) 08:07:57 [Preview] No.22794 del
>>22528
I looked it up and found the freemason constitution was drafted by the good old Benji Franklin.
But let's say we want to depose monarchy and establish a republic, creating secret societies which members' are recruited from all over the country - and outside of it -, can infiltrate institutions, can help each other to get into important positions, and that can operate coordinately everywhere sounds a good tool to do that.


Bernd 01/26/2019 (Sat) 09:01:46 [Preview] No.22796 del
>>22794
>depose monarchy and establish a republic
Stopped reading there.


Bernd 01/26/2019 (Sat) 09:21:42 [Preview] No.22797 del
>>22796
>establishing monarchy in the Americas
Good idea...


Bernd 01/26/2019 (Sat) 18:16:21 [Preview] No.22802 del
>>22797
They tried that with the Mexican and Brazilian Empires.


Bernd 01/26/2019 (Sat) 21:46:59 [Preview] No.22812 del
>>22802
Weren't long lasting.


Bernd 01/26/2019 (Sat) 23:12:55 [Preview] No.22817 del
>>22802
First Mexican Empire was some local bigwig giving himself a fancy crown and Second Mexican Empire was the product of foreign intervention.

But the Brazilian Empire was another matter. Those living in Portuguese South America were subjects of the Crown as much as those living in Lisbon or Porto. A strain of Lusophile historians even claims that Brazil was never a colony, citing that South American-born subjects of the Crown still had Portuguese nationality and rights, there was continuity in laws (some articles of Portuguese legislation were still in force as late as 1917) and authors of written sources in the 16-18th centuries envisioned the land as something higher than what we'd call a colony today.

Regardless of wheter they're right, the political status of the State/Principality the latter is anachronistic, but used by some historians because the title of "Prince of Brazil" did exist of Brazil was gradually raised to the same level as the Crown's land on the other side of ocean. Portugal was literally administered from Rio de Janeiro until 1821, mercantilist restrictions on trade were lifted, the monarch assumed the title of King of Brazil, his lands on both continents were made an United Kingdom and delegates from Brazilian provinces were present in Lisbon to partake in the drafting of a new Constitution. Then the Crown Prince, who had been left behind in South America, splits off one of the 3 kingdoms the third? The Algarve and has his claim recognized by the rest of his family after a brief war.

In short, nobody "established" anything, it was just unbroken continuity under the House of Braganza all the way to 1889.


Bernd 01/26/2019 (Sat) 23:54:30 [Preview] No.22818 del
Death toll has risen to 40, Vale is under flak for failing to reinforce their dams after the last disaster.


Bernd 01/27/2019 (Sun) 00:42:47 [Preview] No.22819 del
>>22795
The one with the trees is beautiful in a morbid way.
Mining dam bursts combine the aesthetics of tsunamis, landslides, nuclear blasts and oil waste spills. It's a unique kind of dread.

For comparison, the Mariana disaster.


Bernd 01/27/2019 (Sun) 00:45:52 [Preview] No.22820 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=O7l7OSFyP2w [Embed]


Bernd 01/27/2019 (Sun) 08:12:19 [Preview] No.22824 del
>>22818
>40
Causes? Only "mechanical" (drowning, crushing people to things, people crushed by things, etc.) or poisoning too?

>>22819
>pic 1
Aesthetic.
>pic 2
Dat car on the wall.

>>22820
>orange
Mountain Dew
>video
Imagine the astonishment fright, powerlessness, and anger.


Bernd 01/27/2019 (Sun) 12:49:59 [Preview] No.22831 del
>>22818
good.
more people need to die.


Bernd 01/27/2019 (Sun) 16:21:53 [Preview] No.22838 del
Early in the morning an alarm siren rang in a village downstream and its citizens ran to high ground. Another dam in the site is fragile and may collapse. Relief efforts are hampered by rain.
Meanwhile, Bibi sent 136 Israelis to reinforce operations in the area.

>>22824
That's only the number of bodies found in the mud. So far I haven't heard of any deaths by poisoning.


Bernd 01/27/2019 (Sun) 16:41:04 [Preview] No.22839 del
Relief workers have temporarily stopped searching for survivors to evacuate a nearby city. The other dam might still break.


Bernd 01/27/2019 (Sun) 17:08:05 [Preview] No.22840 del
I think it's the memorial day of the Polish Holocaust.
Here are some pictures of Jews from Hungary:
https://index.hu/fortepan/2019/01/27/mindegyik_krematorium_teljes_gozzel_mukodott/
For some reason the whole album on fortepan.hu doesn't work for me (other albums do).

>>22838
>Bibi sent 136 Israelis to reinforce operations in the area.
Well at least it's good for something. We should send people too, we should have some experience with this shit, and it's quite common for us to send exberts, search and rescue teams to disaster zones. Or at least was in the past.


Bernd 01/27/2019 (Sun) 21:53:59 [Preview] No.22865 del
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>>22840
People counted to 6 million so the youth can take selfies of themselves in Poland. Really makes me concentrated. When I was in school and the 27th fell on a weekday we could spend an afternoon watching a movie that was related to the Holocaust, so it was like watching the Pianist every year.


Bernd 01/27/2019 (Sun) 22:04:03 [Preview] No.22869 del
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Bolsonaro was in Switzerland this week. Most important news here was that he ate in the common man's restaurant. The 2 big supermarket chains also run restaurants, that offer cheap meals. When you choose the daily menu they offer and buy something to drink in the supermarket later, that's usually located next to it, it's cheaper than going to McDolans. Good trick when you want something warm to eat and not spend a lot of money, but Bolsonaro chose the pay per weight option.


Bernd 01/27/2019 (Sun) 22:19:12 [Preview] No.22871 del
>>22865
Our youth has the joy to commemorate three holocaust remembrance day per year. The international (today), the one of the victims from Hungary (16 April) and the gypsy holocaust ("parajmos", 2 August). I'm not sure what they do, it became mandatory after my time.

>>22869
Well, bon appetite I guess.


Bernd 01/28/2019 (Mon) 00:22:21 [Preview] No.22873 del
58 dead, 305 uncontacted and 192 rescued alive.

>>22871
I was forced to read The Diary of Anne Frank in middle school. It was the most painful and dull reading experience in all my life.

>>22869
He had a nice choice of attire for his Swiss trip.
Tomorrow he has a surgery to remove his colostomy bag.


Bernd 01/28/2019 (Mon) 16:10:54 [Preview] No.22881 del
>>22873
That 305 missing will add some to the toll.

I think the students need to read Fatelessness by Kertész Imre. But I'm sure they watch the movie adaptation sometimes. I heard neither of them are too horrible actually.
Also stuff like Holocaust Memorial Week/Month/Year is always thrown into the mix.


Bernd 01/28/2019 (Mon) 18:07:22 [Preview] No.22886 del
Hungary, what are you doing, go back to work. Audi factory in Germany can't assemble cars right now, because their Hungarian factory, that produces the motors doesn't deliver them right now. The Hungarian workers are on strike.
German source: https://www.faz.net/aktuell/wirtschaft/unternehmen/bei-audi-in-ingolstadt-stehen-die-baender-still-16012439.html


Bernd 01/28/2019 (Mon) 18:42:01 [Preview] No.22887 del
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>>22886
Talks are going since last November. The union put forward their demands in five points, the main one is a 18% wage raise for this year (equals with the turnover of three days), the others are bout bonuses and holidays. The Audi rejects the whole thing saying 18% is too much, they give 20% in the next two years. In response the union asked the leadership to accept at least one demand from the social type from the other four as a sign of good faith. They did not. Now it's a deadlock.
The strike is going since Thursday and this is the biggest in the country since the regime change. The employees' front seems to be united and because this factory is the biggest motor manufacturing site in Europe they mean some weight.
They aren't asking impossible they just want a wage that's on the same level with other factories of Audi (and Volkswagen, and Skoda) in the region (e.g. Eastern Europe) because they pay the least here.


Bernd 01/29/2019 (Tue) 23:14:45 [Preview] No.22909 del
84 dead and 276 uncontacted. Two Vale executives have been arrested over their responsibility in the matter, and two Tüv Süd engineers who had given technical reports assuring that the dam was safe have also been placed under custody. Vale will freeze and, over the course of 3 years, close operations in mines with similar dams, reducing their yearly iron ore production by 40 million tons.


Bernd 01/30/2019 (Wed) 06:14:57 [Preview] No.22912 del
>>22909
>40 million tons
I dunno how much is that but sounds a lot and it will be missing from wherever they sell it and that has to be covered from another source.


Bernd 01/30/2019 (Wed) 17:11:45 [Preview] No.22913 del
>>22887
Audi agreed on the 18% raise but the unions had to back down to press a bonus and the workers will have to do with a lower sum from that. The social side of things (like one full free weekend per month) is also went through. They evaluate the result as a win.


Bernd 01/30/2019 (Wed) 17:36:14 [Preview] No.22914 del
>>22913
Expect the Germans to build new factories in other countries and closing the Hungarian factories some years down the road.


Bernd 01/30/2019 (Wed) 17:43:28 [Preview] No.22915 del
>>22914
Maybe, Germans are capable of everything. But there's labor shortage everywhere.
Also, Czech's got 20%.


Bernd 01/31/2019 (Thu) 03:05:23 [Preview] No.22929 del
99 dead and 259 uncontacted. Dozens of vultures fly around and firefighters are using masks because of the stench of rotting corpses.


Bernd 01/31/2019 (Thu) 06:33:07 [Preview] No.22930 del
>>22929
Lot of victims (we had 10 dead by the red mud). How much sludge flood the area? What is the chance that the uncontacted ones are just cut off from the world?


Bernd 02/02/2019 (Sat) 13:25:17 [Preview] No.22970 del
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breaking news, local cat becomes a succesful beggar.


Bernd 02/03/2019 (Sun) 01:19:52 [Preview] No.22986 del
A teenager recklessly driving a car hit this lamppost in Brasília and cut off 3082 properties from the power grid.

>>22970
How does his owner keep him there? Wouldn't he just walk away?


Bernd 02/03/2019 (Sun) 01:26:39 [Preview] No.22987 del
>>22930
>How much sludge flood the area?
Several figures were given, I think the biggest was 12 million tons or something.
>What is the chance that the uncontacted ones are just cut off from the world?
By now they're probably dead. The corpses are already rotting.

Current death toll is 121 with 226 uncontacted. Footage of the exact moment of the collapse and of the mud flowing later has been released:

https://youtube.com/watch?v=5V1cM8wM4v8 [Embed]


Bernd 02/03/2019 (Sun) 07:38:05 [Preview] No.22988 del
>>22986
>How does his owner keep him there? Wouldn't he just walk away?
Maybe that kot likes that spot, kots can do that. Or lazy, I hope it's not crippled.

>>22987
Grim. The video too. Those people trying to flee from the inevitable...


Bernd 02/03/2019 (Sun) 11:19:00 [Preview] No.22990 del
>>22986
Appereantly he doesnt walk away, he likes his place.


Bernd 02/16/2019 (Sat) 11:23:08 [Preview] No.23268 del
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Cocoa is serious business.
https://index.hu/belfold/2019/02/16/rendorseg_kecskemet_rongalas_kakao_tapetavago/
48 years old man was disturbed by loud honking while he mixed his cocoa powder with milk. He grabbed a schnitzer and after a brief quarrel he punctured the tires of the dude's car.


Bernd 02/16/2019 (Sat) 11:33:36 [Preview] No.23269 del
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Election was postponed in Nigeria. Nairaland seems to be very agitated but I may be wrong I rarely browse it.
https://www.nairaland.com/5027017/real-reason-behind-inecs-postponement


Bernd 02/17/2019 (Sun) 20:59:18 [Preview] No.23310 del
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>>22987
Our sludge spill case finally ended. Two were sentenced: 2,6 years and 2 years prison. Eight got suspended jail sentence. It took only 9 years for this.
Supposedly it was hard to establish who were responsible.


Bernd 02/19/2019 (Tue) 18:02:33 [Preview] No.23338 del
Taking some rt potshots for lazy posting.

https://www.rt.com/usa/451811-bernie-sanders-presidential-bid/
Did Hillary and Trump both expressed their intention to get in the ring as well?
This reminds me of the late SU of the 80's when the senile brigade (Andropov and the other seniors) started to lead the country. The 50 something Gorbachev was a toddler basically.

Some snippets about india.
https://www.rt.com/news/451820-india-defies-us-interests/


Bernd 02/19/2019 (Tue) 20:53:59 [Preview] No.23340 del
>>23268
never get b/w a man and his cocoa


Bernd 02/21/2019 (Thu) 17:28:39 [Preview] No.23376 del
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Jews in S-P-A-C-E. Israel is going to send a robot to the moon. They will use Elon Musk's rocket to send it there.
https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-47313486


Bernd 02/21/2019 (Thu) 17:48:26 [Preview] No.23377 del
>>23376
Oh noes. What will Space Hitler do?
Also
>Bearshit


Bernd 02/21/2019 (Thu) 21:10:38 [Preview] No.23383 del
>>23377
>Space Hitler do?
Looks like they are going for him:

>If the US$100m Beresheet craft can get down safely, it will take photos to send back to Earth and engage in some magnetic investigations. The targeted landing site is in a northern-hemisphere lava plain called Mare Serenitatis, where magnetic anomalies are known to exist.
>magnetic anomalies


Bernd 02/21/2019 (Thu) 21:36:49 [Preview] No.23384 del
>>23383
Searched for this pic lol. Just imagine the butthurt that a NatSoc electromagnetic attack on that jewish probe would create.


Bernd 02/22/2019 (Fri) 06:09:35 [Preview] No.23387 del
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>>23383
Maybe they stored Simon Wiesenthal's consciousness when he died and now they are uploading a copy into that robot.


Bernd 03/04/2019 (Mon) 18:23:50 [Preview] No.23571 del
News from the Swiss suburbia. A brawl between two youth gangs from neighboring towns broke out because of a meme. Somebody created a meme that their town is the ghetto of Switzerland. Someone from the neighbor town took the meme, crossed out the name of the original town name and wrote the name of their town on it. Enough to trigger groups of 16 years old to meet for a fight with the result that one guy was stabbed in the leg. Moral of the story: memes are serious business, better don't fuck with it. I didn't read this on the internet, but in the newspaper.


Bernd 03/04/2019 (Mon) 20:16:04 [Preview] No.23572 del
>>23571
>newspaper
Nice.


Bernd 03/05/2019 (Tue) 00:51:38 [Preview] No.23583 del
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Bernd 03/05/2019 (Tue) 06:35:43 [Preview] No.23588 del
>>23571
>>23583
It isn't unprecedented here for towns or counties to have rivalries between them, usually goes hand in hand with football (as this is almost the only competition they can actually compete with each other) and talking down on others. I believe this thing is observable globally.
Now pseudo-communities can do this too. I'm looking forward a good brawl with /pone/.


Bernd 03/09/2019 (Sat) 16:54:54 [Preview] No.23649 del
So, Hungarian dude worked for 5 years in Austria. He obtained operator licenses for all kinds of machineries there, liek forklift and crane. Now he wants to work here but he can't use his licenses due to some non-existing ordinances, he would need the Hungarian ones (they cost money ofc). However if he would be an Austrian resident it wouldn't be a problem his papers would be considered legit.
In other news: McDelivery is getting set up here.


Bernd 03/11/2019 (Mon) 18:14:37 [Preview] No.23671 del
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A sad day for autism. Switzerland's biggest city cuts funding for help helpers for autistic kids. The state pays you nothing here when you have mongo or assburger kids. So when pregnant women find out that their fetus has down-syndrome they usually abort it. I'm so sorry you had to see this.


Bernd 03/12/2019 (Tue) 06:28:26 [Preview] No.23680 del
>>23671
That's very problematic.
t. Norwegian human right NGO faggots


Bernd 03/12/2019 (Tue) 08:34:37 [Preview] No.23681 del
>>23671
>A sad day for autism. Switzerland's biggest city cuts funding for help helpers for autistic kids. The state pays you nothing here when you have mongo or assburger kids. So when pregnant women find out that their fetus has down-syndrome they usually abort it. I'm so sorry you had to see this.

This reminds me of Iceland; nearly 100% of women 'terminate their pregnancies' when the prenatal screening shows positive for Down syndrome. And I see this being met with praise, for they have almost 'eradicated Down syndrome'. Yet it isn't that Down syndrome is being eradicated; it's that everyone who has Down syndrome is being eradicated. I'm not suprised to see this extended to autism, and I won't be suprised if it extends beyond. These abortions laws and practices read like a Swiftian satire yet are reality:
"It was the celebration that was particularly galling. On the 46th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision, the governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo, signed into law a protocol that gives practically unrestricted access to abortion, permitting the killing of an unborn child up until the moment of delivery. In the wake of the ratification, the legislators and their supporters whooped, hollered, and cheered, a display depressingly similar to the jubilation that broke out in Ireland when a referendum legalizing abortion passed last year. Of course, all of the rhetoric about women’s rights and reproductive health and empowerment was trotted out, but who can fail to see what was at stake? If an infant, lying peacefully in a bassinet in his parents’ home, were brutally killed and dismembered, the entire country would rightfully be outraged and call for an investigation of the murder. But now the law of New York confirms that that same child, moments before his birth, resting peacefully in his mother’s womb, can be, with utter impunity, pulled apart with forceps. And the police won’t be summoned; rather, it appears, the killing should be a matter of celebration."


Bernd 03/12/2019 (Tue) 17:10:35 [Preview] No.23683 del
>>23681
I find it kinda funny how these days the Left is the one in support of eugenics while the Right preaches about value of life and such.


Bernd 03/12/2019 (Tue) 17:16:26 [Preview] No.23684 del
>>23681
>Yet it isn't that Down syndrome is being eradicated; it's that everyone who has Down syndrome is being eradicated.
That's a good one, I'll remember that.
>If an infant, lying peacefully in a bassinet in his parents’ home, were brutally killed and dismembered, the entire country would rightfully be outraged and call for an investigation of the murder. But now the law of New York confirms that that same child, moments before his birth, resting peacefully in his mother’s womb, can be, with utter impunity, pulled apart with forceps.
Yeah, the difference is only "geography", where the baby is located.
I watched Stephen Crowder's Change My Mind series, one episode is about pro-choice vs. pro-life debate. Was interesting and ofc very related.
I believe we (the people in general) need an entirely different mindset on the value of life and how we should treat people and communities (in this case liek the family, how we should think in family). I think there is a place for abortion (also euthanasia) in the tools of regulation of the population and it's quality but I don't think we should go toward eugenics entirely. I would heavily restrict abortion tho, even maybe at rape cases I wouldn't allow to terminate the baby.
However heavy reforms would be needed to change orphanages and other childcare facilities (not sure if this is the correct term) in a way that they could really offer the possibility of a "good" life for every wards of theirs even for those who are never adopted. Once I visited the "Childrendtown" at Fót (close to Budapest), it wasn't pleasant. It was a long time ago not sure what changed if any. Nevertheless the system isn't what it should be.
In rare cases I might make abortion mandatory. But I would change how we view those who would fell into that category. I see that telling people who want a baby but they not just can't have but it needs to be killed is very cruel. It is basically a sacrifice to them. The society should treat them accordingly.
On other occasions our modern age and technology can ensure that certain people who in earlier ages would have been "unviable" or a burden to the family or society now can live fairly normal life.


Bernd 03/12/2019 (Tue) 17:19:17 [Preview] No.23685 del
>>23683
The liberal paradox. I think being "pro-life" can fit into any ideology.


Bernd 03/12/2019 (Tue) 17:49:52 [Preview] No.23688 del
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30 years of world wide web. 30 years ago to this day a physician at the CERN invented a protocol to easily access connected servers. It turned out to be more practical than usenet. Invented for science, it was quickly used for porn and shitposting instead.


Bernd 03/12/2019 (Tue) 18:29:33 [Preview] No.23690 del
who? you mean those faggots who days ago fired a recognised ph. physicist (not physician) for daring to question their marxist and weeminist propaganda?
fuck 'em


Bernd 03/12/2019 (Tue) 20:07:56 [Preview] No.23691 del
science and technology is just normies' religion today

so is internet

zoomoids literally worship it


Bernd 03/12/2019 (Tue) 20:21:52 [Preview] No.23692 del
>>23688
>it was quickly used for porn and shitposting instead.
Liek God intended.

>>23690
Isn't that psychic only had to mea culpa on telly for his lewd tea-shirt?

>>23691
Asimov wrote a good book about this. Well not about this but it was among the themes.


Bernd 03/12/2019 (Tue) 20:50:16 [Preview] No.23693 del
Still no deal. Meanwhile voices from the EU try to force the Brits to accept their offer by threatening with the denial of extension of the talks. Can they do that I wonder? Hard Brexit would hurt the EU too, they don't want that ofc so they try to coerce them with this leverage.
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-britain-eu/britain-in-brexit-chaos-parliament-crushes-mays-eu-deal-again-idUSKBN1QT0ZO


Bernd 03/13/2019 (Wed) 19:13:27 [Preview] No.23701 del
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Columbine 2.0: Tropical Edition


Bernd 03/13/2019 (Wed) 19:15:20 [Preview] No.23702 del
>>23693
The bad news from Britain won't end.
>Man who killed chip-stealing seagull given curfew
https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-bristol-47557456
3 men killed in avalanche on Ben Nevis. Ben Nevis is Britain's highest mountain at impressive 1,345 meters above sea level. The victims lived in Switzerland around mountains higher than 4,000 meters and were members of the Swiss Alpine Club but underestimated the danger of the Scottish mountains.
https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-highlands-islands-47553208


Bernd 03/13/2019 (Wed) 19:25:21 [Preview] No.23703 del
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More news from BBC: Hungarian government uses internet meme to promote their family plan. Hungary is literally reddit now.
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-47557217
>>23701
it was burger tire and it was on the Brazil. The official numbers of dead victims is pretty low because there were 2 shooters.


Bernd 03/13/2019 (Wed) 19:27:11 [Preview] No.23704 del
>>23701
Are they ok?

>>23702
That poor seagull just wanted a little chips for his fish. A real patriot. God save the Queen.
>1,345
Motherfuckers! That's higher than Hungarian one by 300 ms.
>Biselx
That's a funny name. One little mistake is enough.


Bernd 03/13/2019 (Wed) 19:52:41 [Preview] No.23708 del
>>23703
Politicians are catching up to the Internet age and the results are awkward to say the least.


Bernd 03/13/2019 (Wed) 20:08:35 [Preview] No.23710 del
VICE speculates the shooters were imageboard regulars because of two posts made shortly before the shooting about "Pumped Up Kicks" and Columbine shooter diaries. Journalists have already scrambled to warn keins of those evil dens of hate.


Bernd 03/13/2019 (Wed) 20:16:32 [Preview] No.23711 del
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>>23708
It's advertising companies that use memes more and more. It's not just cringeworthy, but when you think about where memes originate from, they promote imageboard culture. I would say just wait until they use polandballs, but Russia already did this for their lame propaganda comics.


Bernd 03/13/2019 (Wed) 20:23:23 [Preview] No.23712 del
>>23711
Not just advertisers. Trump posts Pepe, Bolsonaro asks "what is a golden shower?", one of his Congressmen posts lolicon, a pundit posts yuri on his Twitter account and so on.


Bernd 03/13/2019 (Wed) 20:32:08 [Preview] No.23713 del
>>23712
Hillary did it too
https://youtube.com/watch?v=aoXDe8HxHBA [Embed]


Bernd 03/13/2019 (Wed) 20:42:30 [Preview] No.23714 del
>>23713
Not even Russian polandball comics are this cringeworthy.


Bernd 03/13/2019 (Wed) 21:50:40 [Preview] No.23715 del
>>23713
I didn't need to remember this happened.


Bernd 03/14/2019 (Thu) 05:55:28 [Preview] No.23716 del
>>23713
I saw the Pokemongo reference in a speech but the first I see this.

>>23715
Guess I'm lucky then.


Bernd 03/14/2019 (Thu) 09:27:05 [Preview] No.23717 del
>>23713
oh noes


Bernd 03/14/2019 (Thu) 10:02:13 [Preview] No.23718 del
>>23713

thats not real hillary though


Bernd 03/14/2019 (Thu) 19:57:50 [Preview] No.23727 del
>>23718
Yeah, that's Hillary Klingon.


Bernd 03/15/2019 (Fri) 11:19:47 [Preview] No.23745 del
Two mass shootings in a single week.


Bernd 03/15/2019 (Fri) 12:30:56 [Preview] No.23746 del
>>23745
Who? What? Where? How many?


Bernd 03/15/2019 (Fri) 12:43:47 [Preview] No.23747 del
>>23746
School shooter here and shitposting Aussie mosque shooter in New Zealand. Combined death toll should be at least 60.


Bernd 03/15/2019 (Fri) 13:22:14 [Preview] No.23748 del
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>>23747
The New Zealand guy announced it on pigchan /pol/ and livestreamed the whole event on facebook. Just as the Cohen news cycle was ending too, what a funny coincidence. I wonder where the small boards on 8chan that aren't dogshit (so basically just /tg/ and /his/) will go when the FBI raids the data center.


Bernd 03/15/2019 (Fri) 13:41:34 [Preview] No.23749 del
>>23748
>THQ thing just blown over
>8ch is in the news again


Bernd 03/15/2019 (Fri) 14:11:02 [Preview] No.23750 del
>>23749
Good riddance for Jim and the moderation on the largest boards. But good communities on small boards who have nothing to do with this will get hurt.


Bernd 03/15/2019 (Fri) 15:30:58 [Preview] No.23751 del
>>23748
It's a psyop. First of all, he was a Zionist that loved jews, had (masonic) Knights Templar connections and second, there was a magazine in the mosque before the shooting even happened. Plus, /pol/ mods rapidly defended him and deleted all threads exposing him. Jim is even a freemason.


Bernd 03/15/2019 (Fri) 15:58:49 [Preview] No.23752 del
>>23750
For small boards it's pretty easy to just move here or another one of the countless "create your own board" sites that are around these days, so I can't see them being affected too much if anything happens. Hopefully we don't get flooded with autistic 8chan /pol/ and /v/ users, though.


Bernd 03/16/2019 (Sat) 07:40:31 [Preview] No.23761 del
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Yesterday's events (in English):
https://index.hu/english/2019/03/15/march_15_live_coverage_national_holiday_hungary_orban_fidesz_opposition_speeches_protest/
It's a very long list of a minute by minute report. Summary:
Opposition: we are the successor of the '48 revolutionaries as we fight against the tyranny of the Fidesz.
Fidesz: we are the successor of the '48 revolutionaries as we fight against the tyranny of the Brussels.
Two mildly interesting and internationally related event:
1. Orbán invited the Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki who also said a few words and Orbán accentuated the Polish-Hungarian relations. Many white-red flags were displayed by the mass of people listening the speeches, probably Poles who came for the event (but you can never know).
2. Orbán closed his speech with a paraphrase of Bolsonaro: Hungary first, God above all.


Bernd 03/16/2019 (Sat) 16:21:46 [Preview] No.23773 del
>>23761
Why is Hungary celebrating the assassination of Julius Caesar?


Bernd 03/16/2019 (Sat) 16:35:19 [Preview] No.23780 del
>>23773
Because he was evil Habsburg. Brutus was a proto-Hungarian agent.


Bernd 03/16/2019 (Sat) 16:52:54 [Preview] No.23784 del
>>23747
I just found about the New Zealand shooter.
I got his manifesto and video footage of the shootings.
Manifesto is filled with memes but aside that it smells like he's some kind of accelerationist as he's aware of the negative repercussions that would come after his actions.

>>23751
> there was a magazine in the mosque before the shooting even happened
How do we know that? Is this visible on the video?


Bernd 03/16/2019 (Sat) 17:02:58 [Preview] No.23787 del
>>23751
>>23784
>magazine
As in newspaper or the bullet storing/feeding thingy for guns?


Bernd 03/16/2019 (Sat) 17:13:11 [Preview] No.23792 del
>>23787
obviously he meant the convenient device for storing and using ammunition during combat situations


Bernd 03/16/2019 (Sat) 17:34:12 [Preview] No.23797 del
>>23792
Every self-defence instructor will tell you a rolled up newspaper can be used as a weapon.


Bernd 03/16/2019 (Sat) 17:39:56 [Preview] No.23798 del
>>23797
but I only read my news from internet
I shall print this thread and use it in self defense situations.


Bernd 03/16/2019 (Sat) 17:45:09 [Preview] No.23801 del
>>23798
That would be advisable, yes.


Bernd 03/16/2019 (Sat) 17:47:25 [Preview] No.23802 del
>>23798
Or roll up a Kohlzine liek stuffed cabbage.


Bernd 03/18/2019 (Mon) 19:08:34 [Preview] No.23843 del
So I informed myself of this NZ shooting stuff. Superficially so no real opinion on it. I read in local news the police also investigates his yesteryear's visit here. The article says not much nothing. He entered from Transylvania by train, alone. He could have stayed 90 days but the actual length of his visit is unknown. He wasn't on any terrorist-list ofc and no warning came from any partner agency.


Bernd 03/18/2019 (Mon) 19:15:37 [Preview] No.23844 del
>>23843
8chan was mentioned in the newspaper that I read. But the comment section the next few days ran anti facebook articles and shifted the blame to facebook and youtube.


Bernd 03/18/2019 (Mon) 19:19:09 [Preview] No.23845 del
>>23844
>newspaper that I read
Switzer newspaper?
>shifted the blame to facebook and youtube.
At least something good came out of this.


Bernd 03/18/2019 (Mon) 19:56:54 [Preview] No.23852 del
I just ate a kiwi. I don't know if I should feel bad now.
>>23845
yes, the second most serious newspaper of Switzerland. There are basically only two newspaper empires left in Switzerland besides state media and one yellow press paper. The yellow press paper (Blick) is known under the same name in Hungary (Blicc) and is partly owned by the same Swiss company together with a German media giant.


Bernd 03/18/2019 (Mon) 20:30:06 [Preview] No.23857 del
>>23852
That's Blikk.
Also a great statesman of the 19th century, Széchenyi István, wrote a political satire about the Bach-regime (the Habsburg restoration) with Ein Blick (auf den anonymen "Rückblick") title. The Rückblick was a pro-regime work which tried to make excuses for it. If you are interested it's only about 500 pages, downloadable by clicking on the German title:
http://mek.oszk.hu/16400/16419/
Supposedly it is full of sarcasm, irony and wordplay. It's from an era when prominent Hungarians still spoke several languages excellently.


Bernd 03/18/2019 (Mon) 20:58:13 [Preview] No.23861 del
>>23857
from reading the first few pages, you can immediately recognize a writing style that can only be attributed to Austria or even specifically to Vienna. I don't know of any German who would write in this indirect style, with a narrator that doesn't try to be objective.


Bernd 03/19/2019 (Tue) 00:53:46 [Preview] No.23862 del
>>23844
Mine also made a passing mention to the 8chan. Provincial as it is, its writers had no knowledge of the subject and didn't bother to look it up, just copying other sources and assuming that 8chan = /pol/.

The earlier school shooting also involved imageboards, and they covered that more thoroughly. Several pages were devoted to it and imageboard screencaps (Dogolachan if I'm not mistaken) covered a quarter of a page.


Bernd 03/19/2019 (Tue) 06:17:44 [Preview] No.23866 del
>>23861
That's an interesting tidbit.
He spent his youth in Wien at Court as his aristocrat stature predestined him, so early in his life he probably knew German better than Hungarian. Then he traveled a lot I know England had a great influence on him I dunno if he spent any considerable amount of time in other German states which could influence his way of expressing himself. Most likely not.
He published the book anonymously but it was little doubt whose product could it be. One guiding clue might have been this linguistical peculiarity you mentioned.


Bernd 03/19/2019 (Tue) 23:33:31 [Preview] No.23904 del
>>23866
It is interesting that a lot of aristocrats tend to be more fluent in the local lingua-franca of the time than in their native tongues. Goes to show that noble families are basically landowner mafias.


Bernd 03/20/2019 (Wed) 16:33:28 [Preview] No.23919 del
>>23904
Their position, status was established in a time when nation meant nothing. It was more important for the individual the religion he followed than what language he spoke. The nobles snubbed peasants and their provincial language the ideal which also evolved in parallel with their status motivated them to learn the languages of the cultured. First it was Latin and as the times went on and new cultural (and economical, etc.) results were achieved by Western Europe more languages stepped beside it. It was also important who was the boss and what languages were used in those careers (e.g. church, law or military) which were open to the nobility. So Hungarian nobles might learn Latin and German, beside French and English became popular. Ofc those higher on the hierarchy were more inclined to learn them. Those who traveled more, had more open mind to the new achievements of the West, since many smaller nobles - who only had a title and a plot for a house but not much else - were just as uneducated as the serfs themselves.
The rise of the idea of nations and belonging to one community changed the minds slowly but for those upstairs rarely meant anything and the ideals while they changed somewhat not entirely toward that direction, cosmopolitanism became a trend too, tho many aristocrat turned to patriotism as well.


Bernd 03/20/2019 (Wed) 16:35:39 [Preview] No.23920 del
News from Kekakhstan. Last remaining president from the Soviet times retired. The first act of the new president was to rename the new capital into the first name of the old president. Glory to Kazakhstan and it's capital city Nursultan.
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-47638619


Bernd 03/20/2019 (Wed) 17:44:41 [Preview] No.23922 del
>>23920
Not sure it's him whom should the city be renamed after but Wikipedia says Astana meant literally capital city which sounds like a placeholder.


Bernd 03/20/2019 (Wed) 22:02:45 [Preview] No.23929 del
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>>23920
>The first act of the new president was to rename the new capital into the first name of the old president.

That is pretty strange move. Of course it is Central Asia and this is cultural trait for them, but Kazakhstan is uncommon Central Asian country. Kazakhstan has somewhat good economy, so Kazakhs rarely migrate as workers compared to Tajikistan/Uzbekistan/Kyrgyzstan, where half of population resides in Russia and other half in Moscow. Kazakhs also relatively educated and cultured compared to their neighbors. Country is more or less civilized, and they had typical Central Asian dictatorship but without personality cult and all this religious thing like in Turkmenistan.

And when they rename city it does not fit into overall image.

Interesting fact: Kazaks are only nation in region that really use Russian language as main language, not as just lingua franca. Sometimes they know Russian better than own language. Nazarbayev, may Allah bless his soul now, often used Russian when addressed government on meetings.
Other Central Asians speak Russian too, but mostly have funny accents and not good when discussion is complex.


Bernd 03/21/2019 (Thu) 17:29:55 [Preview] No.23948 del
>>23929
Didn't they start to enforce their own language a bit more and want to switch from Cyrillic script to Latin script?


Bernd 03/21/2019 (Thu) 20:03:59 [Preview] No.23962 del
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Now this is interesting. In Hungarian but Bernd can find some nice pictures here:
https://index.hu/kultur/eletmod/2019/03/21/kovacs_gyula_mi_videkunk_gyumolcsesz_porszombat_magyar_gyumolcsfajta_gyujtemeny__zala_tunderkertek_gocsej/
Tl;dr:
Old dude gathered bout 3500 subspecies of fruit bearing trees from around the Carpathian basin. Apples, pears, apricots, cherries, peaches, plums, medlars, sour cherries can be found on his orchards, on about 10 hectares. Only from a specific region he preserved 400 pear types - for comparison in the 19th century's France, André Leroy botanist described 700. The oldest subspecies from his orchards are mentioned as early as the 12th century. Probably several hundreds are those types which the last specimen only preserved by him.
Every subspecies were selected for different reasons. Some were better to dehydrate, some gave better pálinka, cider, jam or vinegar, some kept better during winter, some better for diabetes, for stomach aches, or just simply they ripened in different times so fresh fruits were available longer.
He also talks about how the countryside was destroyed. The homesteads and villages. It's all the product of the last 70 years. Bolsheviks deported half the communities, they pushed the peasants to the towns, made workers for industry. Then the rest were forced into collectives, their property was taken, communized. After the regime change the agriculture was dismantled, orchards were cut, pastures were abandoned. Now we eat the filth from Europe. They subsidized the liquidation of the agriculture. Even today new regulations are put into force which put more burden onto those who want to build something instead of destroying. With the projects of the Union culture can't be built, only with freedom.
He tried to apply for a project, financed by the EU. Two bureaucrat came to evaluate if his orchard can get support. They said these trees ain't growing the way they should. He replied it's an [insert obscure subspecies], how should it grow? They haven't even heard about it. Fun.
He also distills wide variety of pálinka.


Bernd 03/31/2019 (Sun) 10:51:12 [Preview] No.24125 del
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Hévíz is a small town in southwest Hungary, one of the topmost visited tourist spot in our country due it's famous unique thermal lake.


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>>24125
In the middle of the square right at it's townhall stands a statue, the Nymph. After liek two decades (such a stealthy statue I swear) now a journalist found it tastless.
https://index.hu/urbanista/2019/03/31/heviz_nimfa_szobor_nympha-diszkut_porno/
The statue shows her buttocks to the townhall, her breasts however face toward a primary school while the local Catholic church gives a nice background for all this.


Bernd 03/31/2019 (Sun) 12:22:18 [Preview] No.24127 del
is this the biggest kc hub currently? the 8chan board is dead


Bernd 03/31/2019 (Sun) 12:57:11 [Preview] No.24128 del
In the meantime we passed the Polish-Hungarian Friendship Day, which was on 23th of this month. Still as a post fact "salutation" I hope our Polish Bernd-Friends spent that they well, and now I'll drink a shot of pálinka to them.
Polak, Węgier, dwa bratanki, i do szabli, i do szklanki, oba zuchy, oba żwawi, niech im Pan Bóg błogosławi.

>>24127
Not counting Kohl and Ernst. Both has it's caveats.


Bernd 03/31/2019 (Sun) 16:10:30 [Preview] No.24136 del
>>24128
oh hey I forgot about that
happy post factum friendship day Bernd


Bernd 04/01/2019 (Mon) 13:15:57 [Preview] No.24178 del
Anyone found any good April Fools stories yet?


Bernd 04/01/2019 (Mon) 15:43:36 [Preview] No.24179 del
>>24178
I open up our media I just assume every news is a hoax or lie. Not just today tho.


Bernd 04/01/2019 (Mon) 15:47:12 [Preview] No.24180 del
>>24136
And I forgot about the pálinka...


Bernd 04/01/2019 (Mon) 15:50:12 [Preview] No.24181 del
>>24180
Done.


Bernd 04/01/2019 (Mon) 15:51:58 [Preview] No.24183 del
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>>24178

Popular Russian portal about smartphones and mobile hardware made own main page as fictional site from the future, where Russian independent internet and global firefall is in action. Humor is pretty plain and simplistic, but they did much work to write multiple news items.

It is in Russian though.

https://4pda.ru/


Bernd 04/04/2019 (Thu) 15:54:22 [Preview] No.24315 del
This >>24305 thread would have fitted here. It's basically news.

>>24312
>plant potato
Quite a few.
>milk a cow
Very few. A goat would be better anyway. They couldn't milk that one either tho. I also know it theoretically, I have a pal whose family always had cows, but some of my family members had to do it in their childhood too. It isn't hard and easily transferable skill.
But shutting down electronics wouldn't mean that everyone had to produce it's own food. Even a few decades ago we were much less reliant on electronic stuff. And also it would be the question of restoring electricity, the knowledge of it's generation wouldn't disappear magically, even if all electrical equipment would suddenly broke down.


Bernd 04/04/2019 (Thu) 19:50:38 [Preview] No.24333 del
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Prince Harry wants to ban Fortnite. The percentage of people under 20 that want Britain to be a republic just sharply went up.
>Prince Harry has called for a ban on Fortnite, saying the survival game beloved by teenagers around the world, was "created to addict".
https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-47813894


Bernd 04/05/2019 (Fri) 11:08:23 [Preview] No.24364 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=Ie6zd3Rwu4c [Embed]

Inside China's ghost cities | 60 Minutes Australia


Bernd 04/05/2019 (Fri) 12:02:13 [Preview] No.24369 del
>>24333
It's a pretty typical attitude in this country unfortunately, many people just want the government to ban everything they don't like.


Bernd 04/05/2019 (Fri) 14:46:33 [Preview] No.24370 del
>>24369
typical of socialist countries you mean


Bernd 04/05/2019 (Fri) 15:40:21 [Preview] No.24371 del
>>24333
It's a legit concern. It was the same with WoW. And computer/internet is also addictive. Just look at us stuck with imageboarding forever, and for those who are F5-ing all day erryday on some chans... I'm really sorry for them.
But to go on there are bunch of shit he should be concerned. What about cigarette and alcohol?
Not that his opinion would worth more than an average voter but his words can be hyped up and make news out of it.

>>24364
Giant fucking human hive. Must be a policing nightmare.
Also it is all nice and shiny for now. But knowing Chinese quality, how long they will stand like that?

>>24370
There are no socialist countries in Europe. Except Belarus. They are all liberal.


Bernd 04/06/2019 (Sat) 00:46:36 [Preview] No.24384 del
Bolsonaro abolished Daylight Saving Time


Bernd 04/06/2019 (Sat) 12:23:41 [Preview] No.24402 del
>>24371
around 600 million people are moving into cities from the countryside in china. so they need buildings.


Bernd 04/12/2019 (Fri) 07:20:50 [Preview] No.24763 del
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>>23376
>>23384
>Just imagine the butthurt that a NatSoc electromagnetic attack on that jewish probe would create

And this happened:

https://www.space.com/israeli-beresheet-moon-landing-attempt-fails.html

>The robotic Beresheet spacecraft, built by SpaceIL and Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), aimed to become the first Israeli craft, and the first privately funded mission, ever to land softly on the moon. But the little robot couldn't quite make it, crashing into the gray dirt around 3:25 p.m. EDT (1925 GMT). Mission control lost communications with the spacecraft when it was about 489 feet (149 meters) above the moon's surface.


Bernd 04/14/2019 (Sun) 18:24:55 [Preview] No.24841 del
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Wanted to post this for a few days now.
Slovenian newspaper, Mladina, published a caricature of Orbán, so our govt. told Slovenian govt. that they expect them to do something, who refused to do so because freedom of speech. WWIII soon.
https://www.mladina.si/190431/hungary-s-attempt-to-control-slovenian-media/
https://index.hu/english/2019/04/05/free_speech_mladina_slovenia_hungary_foreign_ministry_freedom_of_the_press/


Bernd 04/14/2019 (Sun) 19:04:02 [Preview] No.24843 del
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>>24841
Every fucking time.


Bernd 04/14/2019 (Sun) 19:32:27 [Preview] No.24844 del
>>24843
I don't want to defend them but most people - maybe even those journalists as well - only know about one dictator...


Bernd 04/14/2019 (Sun) 21:20:26 [Preview] No.24845 del
>>24841
is it just me or does orban look like a gypsy. he doesnt look hungarian to me nor european.


Bernd 04/15/2019 (Mon) 18:16:05 [Preview] No.24867 del
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Jesus Fucking Christ! What the fugg happened?


Bernd 04/15/2019 (Mon) 18:51:27 [Preview] No.24870 del


Bernd 04/15/2019 (Mon) 18:57:48 [Preview] No.24871 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=TU2oc3D9cQg [Embed]


Bernd 04/15/2019 (Mon) 20:36:31 [Preview] No.24873 del
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>>24867

Why it is burning so easily? Ok, wooden reconstruction framing may burn, some interior things like benches, but photos say that cathedral is mostly stone-made. There is much less furniture than in average commieblock flat, and even commieblocks rarely burn to the end, firefighters can stop fire after few floors passed.

But now they say that it is catastrophic and building may not be saved.


Bernd 04/15/2019 (Mon) 20:43:57 [Preview] No.24874 del
>>24873
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D4OFOKMWkAEEHsz.jpg

Pretty obvious someone started the fire

Its not that easy just starting a fire anyway


Bernd 04/15/2019 (Mon) 21:04:14 [Preview] No.24876 del
>>24874
>Its not that easy just starting a fire anyway

It isn't that hard to have some unexpected fire in poor-managed reconstruction conditions, and I guess that process wasn't properly managed (it is 2019 after all, no one can do anything properly anyway nowadays). I've more surprised that they couldn't stop it and continue to struggle.

But overall it is pretty symbolic happening for modern France and Europe.


Bernd 04/15/2019 (Mon) 21:06:14 [Preview] No.24877 del
>>24876
macron would have a speech at 20.00 today adressing the yellow vests

but that got cancelled because of this

I dont think some random builders do this kind of job, this is some fancy pants builders job


Bernd 04/15/2019 (Mon) 21:57:24 [Preview] No.24880 del
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>>24877
>macron would have a speech at 20.00 today adressing the yellow vests

Good source for conspiracy theories. Although it looks bad for him, first all these endless protests, then one of the symbols of country burns. Now what, Eiffel tower falls? Unlucky guy.

>I dont think some random builders do this kind of job, this is some fancy pants builders job

Maybe. But it could be underpayed Moroccans and Turks, hired through chain of outsourcing companies who maximize their profit.

But even terror act may be feasible theory, it is pretty obvious idea - destroy notable historical and religious landmark without being loud with guns. I guess it is easier to do than common bombing.


Bernd 04/16/2019 (Tue) 05:15:26 [Preview] No.24884 del
>>24873
>Why it is burning so easily?
I assume the wood roof structure.
Not sure when was the last time when it got new roofing but pretty sure not yesterday (after WWII?). So good seasoned wood, dried for God knows how long, maybe it had some waterproofing treatment, all agents are flammable. One could fry a slab of salo over it.


Bernd 04/17/2019 (Wed) 17:28:45 [Preview] No.24921 del
>>24874
That picture is so... diabolical.

>>24876
It's not just an irreplaceable work of art but a huge source of income. I can't imagine the management and security to be this lax.
And what the fuck they were working at 7pm? Frenchies are lazy ass workers at least this is the impression of those Hungarians who work there in factories don't anyone tell me they are so hurrying with that they pulling overtime or two-three shifts.


Bernd 04/17/2019 (Wed) 18:04:57 [Preview] No.24922 del
>>24921
there was not any workers or work reparation going on when the fire started


Bernd 04/17/2019 (Wed) 18:28:00 [Preview] No.24924 del
During the liberation of Paris in August 1944, the cathedral suffered some minor damage from stray bullets. Some of the medieval glass was damaged, and was replaced by glass with modern abstract designs.
In 1793, during the French Revolution, the cathedral was rededicated to the Cult of Reason, and then to the Cult of the Supreme Being. During this time, many of the treasures of the cathedral were either destroyed or plundered. The twenty-eight statues of biblical kings located at the west façade, mistaken for statues of French kings, were beheaded

All of the other large statues on the facade, with the exception of the statue of the Virgin Mary on the portal of the cloister, were destroyed.[8] The cathedral came to be used as a warehouse for the storage of food and other non-religious purposes.[24

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Notre-Dame_de_Paris

so its not very original


Bernd 04/18/2019 (Thu) 04:58:41 [Preview] No.24928 del
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>>24924
I'm pretty sure it needed other maintenance work previously. It's a long standing building n+1 things could have happened with it during the storms of history. Tho in previous ages men probably had more respect for the building so they might have caused less destruction in it.
Now they want to decide with an international competition if they want to restore the old structure or build a new one with "modern technology". Finally here's the chance for France to get a steel-glass dome just like the Reichstag has.


Bernd 04/18/2019 (Thu) 15:30:04 [Preview] No.24931 del
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>>24845
Forgot to reply. I think this was discussed before.
I don't believe he is a gypsy. His parents professions - pedagogues mom and agronomist dad - are very atypical for gypsies, even more so back then when they chose career (in the '60s). From the photos they don't look like gypsies. For some reason OV has darker complexion then them, maybe from a grandparent.
Supposedly the most Magyar Hungarians, the ancient type - stocky, wide physique, strong cheekbones - is from the Great Hungarian Plain, Orbán's family are Transdanubians as far as I know.
They might have some Balkanite in them, tho there is a Hungarian type with darker complexion, similar to some Tatars in Russia. It is theorized that these Hungarians are the Kabars (Khazar tribes) who joined to the conquering Magyar tribes. Our third Christian king, Aba Sámuel, supposedly was dark and sometimes associated with the Kabars for this reason.


Bernd 04/18/2019 (Thu) 17:53:00 [Preview] No.24934 del
>>24931
is hungarians from mongolia? or is that just a myth.


Bernd 04/18/2019 (Thu) 18:33:37 [Preview] No.24937 del
>>24934
From the late 19th century the Hungarian prehistory is based and researched on the fact that our language can be grouped into the Finno-Ugric languages, or on a one step wider scale, Uralic. Archaeology was assigned to verify this linguistic approach and the ancient homeland was placed somewhere in the region of both sides of the Southern Ural.
Now we have these haplogroup researches, and one notable paper says that Hungarians of the conquest (9-10th century) genetically were 42,7% Scandinavian (most likely Goths), 41,5% East Central Asian (most likely Huns), 6,7 Caucasian (Alans?), 2,2% Slav, another 6,7% other.


Bernd 04/18/2019 (Thu) 22:44:42 [Preview] No.24940 del
>>24937
so hungarians are half nordic half asian?


Bernd 04/19/2019 (Fri) 00:37:32 [Preview] No.24941 del
>>24940
WHASIANS


Bernd 04/19/2019 (Fri) 02:30:44 [Preview] No.24943 del
>>24941
the original hapas?


Bernd 04/19/2019 (Fri) 05:49:08 [Preview] No.24948 del
>>24943
Except more manly.
Tho Europid phenotypes spread more to the east, the Mongol conquest pushed the "border" to the west. Turanics still are a mix of both even today.


Bernd 04/19/2019 (Fri) 15:49:28 [Preview] No.24950 del
>>24943
caucAsians


Bernd 04/23/2019 (Tue) 06:11:34 [Preview] No.25070 del
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>>25060
>The fucks going on on Sri Lanka?

Nothing interesting


Bernd 04/23/2019 (Tue) 07:04:00 [Preview] No.25073 del
>>25060
didnt they had lots of shit going on in the past with the tamils


Bernd 04/23/2019 (Tue) 16:44:02 [Preview] No.25090 del
>>25060
I don't get it neither. The island has a Buddhist majority and had a civil war against Tamils (who are mostly Hindu) who live in the North because the British empire thought it was a good idea to resettle various ethnic groups all around their empire. So a group of Muslims attacked Christians where both groups are a minority. They are indebted to China because their former president wasted money for useless projects. Too complicated for me.


Bernd 04/23/2019 (Tue) 16:50:46 [Preview] No.25091 del
>>25090
because balkanizing the region before you leave is a good idea as you make your reinvasion attempt more legitimate.


Bernd 04/24/2019 (Wed) 10:11:45 [Preview] No.25113 del
>>25060
This right after the Notre Dame burnt down?


Bernd 04/24/2019 (Wed) 15:38:10 [Preview] No.25122 del
>>25070
Business as usual.

>>25073
I remember the Tamil Tigers. Maybe it was a cricket team.

>>25090
According to Index both Buddhists (70% of pop.) and Hindus (Tamils) continuously oppress Muslims whose relation with the Christians is neutral. Tourism is great business for the island, most visitors are Western and/or Christian. Locals have no interest to destroy the chicken laying the golden eggs, so this bombing campaign was planned and prepared by outsider Wahhabis.

>>25113
It does seem like it.
Also death toll is 359 at this moment.


Bernd 04/24/2019 (Wed) 15:40:09 [Preview] No.25123 del
but why would they target sri lanka? is sri lanka a very important country? dont they just grow tea there


Bernd 04/24/2019 (Wed) 17:05:30 [Preview] No.25129 del
>>25123
Liek if tea wasn't important...


Bernd 04/24/2019 (Wed) 22:00:31 [Preview] No.25145 del
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>>25123
>why would they target sri lanka

You assuming that "they" is some specific outside entity that chooses what country to strike, define strategic goals etc. But these people rarely even coordinated in networks, but act individually or in small groups without real guidance (except maybe ideological concepts). It is more like way of life and way of thinking.


Bernd 05/02/2019 (Thu) 17:39:12 [Preview] No.25490 del
Orbán is gonna meet with Trump in US. Hungary is stronk and relevant.
https://www.politico.eu/article/donald-trump-invites-viktor-orban-to-washington/


Bernd 05/02/2019 (Thu) 18:26:27 [Preview] No.25492 del
Meme philosopher Olavo de Carvalho has been awarded the highest level (Grand Cross) of the Order of Rio Branco, a notable honorific. This puts him at the same level as the current heir apparent to the Danish throne, who has also received the order at the level of Grand Cross.


Bernd 05/02/2019 (Thu) 19:53:56 [Preview] No.25499 del
>>25492
You wrote about this guy I remember. He's making the ideological background for the conservatives there. So he promotes them, they promote him. Hand washes hand.


Bernd 05/02/2019 (Thu) 20:31:50 [Preview] No.25504 del
One more news for tonight, then horizontal.
https://index.hu/kulfold/eurologus/2019/05/02/szijjarto_peter_magyarorszag_veto_eu/
Since it's in Hungarian, here's tl;dr:
The EU wanted to issue a reprimanding letter against Israel. 27 of the 28 countries accepted it, our foreign minister vetoed however. Then the letter was read by his Finnish colleague as a declaration of EU27.
There's some stuff about the deal with Gazprom, we had to make it since Exxon and OMV don't wanna start the extraction on a Romanian gas field. Also Croats doesn't want to share the LNG terminal which is getting built on Krk.


Bernd 05/02/2019 (Thu) 21:31:29 [Preview] No.25506 del


Bernd 05/03/2019 (Fri) 21:21:08 [Preview] No.25526 del
>>25506
>listening to TRSodomites


Bernd 05/04/2019 (Sat) 22:06:05 [Preview] No.25563 del
https://www.rt.com/business/458363-estonia-single-gold-bar/
> The only gold ingot Estonia’s central bank has in storage is not pure enough for financial operations and is more suitable as a museum piece, the bank has revealed.
Eesti has little gold to spare

https://www.rt.com/news/458289-tourists-banned-jama-masjid-mosque/
> The Jama Masjid mosque has banned tourists after a viral video emerged of girls dancing inside the famous Delhi holy site.
Zoomers and Islam aren't mixing well.


Bernd 05/04/2019 (Sat) 22:20:32 [Preview] No.25564 del
>>25526
in my defence it was years ago and ive changed my ways

danskjävel


Bernd 05/05/2019 (Sun) 16:09:15 [Preview] No.25590 del
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Today is Hıdırellez.

"Hıdrellez, is one of the seasonal festivals of all Turkish world. Hıdrellez Day, which is known as Ruz-ı Hızır (day of Hızır), is celebrated as the day on which Prophets Hızır and Ilyas met with each other on the earth. The words Hızır and İlyas have since fused together pronounced as Hıdrellez. Hıdrellez Day falls on May 6 in the Gregorian calendar and April 23 in the Julian calendar, also known as the “Rumi” calendar. "

If you draw or write what you want and tie it to a tree, Hızır will see it and make your wish come true if you are a good person.

But of course orthodox people is against it due to muh idoltary.


Bernd 05/05/2019 (Sun) 20:11:17 [Preview] No.25608 del
>>25563
Maybe all their golds is now in the Federal Reserve or in Switzerland. Where do Switzers hold their gold btw?

>>25590
Don't Japanese have similar custom?

>>25596
Victims?


Bernd 05/05/2019 (Sun) 20:52:55 [Preview] No.25611 del
>>25608
>Victims?

No one knows, at least 10, unofficial sources say about 30+.

Official version is: plane was hit by the lightning, lost radio and electronics, tried to land with full tanks but pilots did something wrong (or plane had problems) and landed at very high speed. Then landing gear broke and crushed wing with fuel tanks, and fuel started to burn.


Bernd 05/06/2019 (Mon) 05:21:04 [Preview] No.25617 del
>>25611
And unofficial speculations? I would guess some mistakes were made by the airline.
I thought lightning isn't a problem for airplanes.


Bernd 05/06/2019 (Mon) 08:17:59 [Preview] No.25625 del
>>25617

Yes, lightning must not be critical problem for modern plane. Speculations are wide: it may be SSJ problem - plane had control failure after lightning strike, so pilots could not land safely. But there can be purely piloting failure, because plane was ok (sources say that radio was down, but reserve channel worked), but pilots 1) decided to land in haste, without leaps to spend the fuel, 2) couldn't land plane in pretty normal conditions (weight and fuel is a problem, but no the critical problem, they need to have skills to do it anyway)

Overall, it will be hard to investigate. Pilots would say that they are innocent and will blame plane, otherwise they'll go to jail. Government will try to save SSJ because it is large national project that already has serious problems. Aeroflot will save their asses and blame everyone.

Count is 41 now. Aeroflot press secretary first said that everything is ok, and passengers even evacuated faster than intended, now they are silent.


Bernd 05/06/2019 (Mon) 16:11:46 [Preview] No.25637 del
>>25625
Then the "lightning" explanation is a comfortable way out of this for all parties. They can shed all the blame if they find out it was an accident caused by nature.


Bernd 05/06/2019 (Mon) 16:23:51 [Preview] No.25640 del
To be fair lighting strikes has increased dramatically the last 5 years because of the solar minimum


Bernd 05/06/2019 (Mon) 16:51:16 [Preview] No.25644 del
>>25637

Not really. Modern plane must be ok after hit by lightning, it is common thing that happens pretty often. Radio may have problems, but there must be backup devices and other things.

https://www.airspacemag.com/flight-today/how-things-work-lightning-protection-161993347/

So, lightning version is anti-SSJ. Amount of money spent on project already was pretty high (higher than Boeing/Airbus development costs), and now there also big problem with maintenance - most of foreign users dropped SSJ because maintenance network is very bad, spare parts may be not available for months. Another big problem - engines (main part is French-made), they are less reliable than projected. And now this.

I guess they will do anything to blame this crash on pilots. Considering video of landing, it may be pretty fair though.


Bernd 05/07/2019 (Tue) 11:11:08 [Preview] No.25653 del
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https://youtube.com/watch?v=KOgVD78F0AA [Embed]

apparently the danish party "stram kurs" (means hard line in swedish probably same in danish) wants to send the muslims to their homelands.

seems like a good party


Bernd 05/07/2019 (Tue) 11:14:01 [Preview] No.25654 del
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italy going strong

leftists blown the fuck out


Bernd 05/07/2019 (Tue) 11:32:11 [Preview] No.25655 del
https://youtube.com/watch?v=zGBG81xrXCg [Embed]

https://youtube.com/watch?v=ad-pLKXHWew [Embed]

https://youtube.com/watch?v=leAML2FrhCE [Embed]

it is hilarious watching these sandniggers chimp out


Bernd 05/07/2019 (Tue) 11:32:39 [Preview] No.25656 del
>>25654
Why political debates these days are just shouting competitions?


Bernd 05/07/2019 (Tue) 11:44:10 [Preview] No.25657 del
>>25656
well italy is always a shouting competition

they are feisty people


Bernd 05/07/2019 (Tue) 15:50:17 [Preview] No.25658 del
>>25653
Oh, they are playing catch with the Koran.

>>25655
Frankly, literally the same will happen if one go among a group of people enthusiastic about something. I saw the same video about demonstrations left, right whatever. One can do the same on a concert, telling the fans their band sucks. Hell, it is being done constantly on imageboards.
The guy just want to create footage about hostile Muslims being loud and violent. Results? None. Immigration to Europe won't stop. This is the end of the story. He could do way more constructive things with his time, but he just want to enjoy the controversy he creates, the attention he gets. That's it.


Bernd 05/07/2019 (Tue) 17:43:45 [Preview] No.25660 del
>>25658
>He could do way more constructive things with his time

What things?


Bernd 05/07/2019 (Tue) 18:04:48 [Preview] No.25661 del
>>25660
Posting on /kc/.


Bernd 05/07/2019 (Tue) 19:08:43 [Preview] No.25662 del
>>25658
oh come on now, it was for the laughs

if there isnt any humour whats the point of living?


Bernd 05/08/2019 (Wed) 17:46:24 [Preview] No.25688 del
>>25662
All right, I might be a buzzkill but I've seen all that. Twice.


Bernd 05/13/2019 (Mon) 15:46:11 [Preview] No.25922 del
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>>25490
https://index.hu/kulfold/2019/05/13/trump_orban_targyalas/
Trump will receive Orbán for a 45 minutes meeting at 20:00 CET. They will discuss trade, energy, cyber security and more than likely NATO obligations.
For a decade there wasn't a POTUS - Hungarian PM meeting, the relations are cool between the two countries, thanks Obama. Situation doesn't seem to be improving since we're willing to deal with Russia and China as well and those American salesmen at the helm of their country are huffing over this. Well they should make better offers, no?


Bernd 05/13/2019 (Mon) 19:48:03 [Preview] No.25929 del
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Here we go.
Ooo, big file, I hope it uploads without connection failure.


Bernd 05/13/2019 (Mon) 20:34:35 [Preview] No.25930 del
>>25929

Did he arrive in US car with US flag?

Does Orban use own cars when visiting foreign countries, and does he have any specific presidential car at all?


Bernd 05/13/2019 (Mon) 21:05:17 [Preview] No.25934 del
memes b real
https://youtube.com/watch?v=2vn3hNqq9Us [Embed]


Bernd 05/14/2019 (Tue) 05:31:59 [Preview] No.25935 del
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>>25934
Funny how Orbán phased out when the reporters started to ask questions about (almost) irrelevant things and he got surprised by Trump when he passed the question to him. Orbán had to pull out some general bullshit out of his ass because he hadn't the faintest idea what was asked. Top kek.
>memes b real
You mean the Hunglish pronunciation?
Or Hungry?
Or the news that the reporters were only curious about China? And Russia?


>>25934
He arrived by plane.
The Hungarian flag on the other side of the car.
I dunno where the car is from. But I'd assume the US govt. made it available so Orbán could move around or the Hungarian Embassy owns that car or maybe they lease them from the Americans just for the occasion since we rarely need such vehicle for PM visits.
>any specific presidential car at all
Orbán is prime minister and not president. In our system the PM is the stronger position, the president's job is mostly symbolic (maybe we should switch to monarchy, make the Holy Crown the head of the country and elect governors who do the president's job in the name of the Crown).
I had to look it up but according to our newspapers he uses two vehicles. For personal usage he gets a VW Multivan (picrel) what the Fidesz leases for him as the leader of the party. In the role of prime minister he gets transported by a VW Transporter, which is in the car flotilla of the TEK (Terrorelhárítási Központ = Counter Terrorism Center, it's like the SWAT).


Bernd 05/14/2019 (Tue) 05:47:48 [Preview] No.25939 del
>>25935
I meant that he quoted the Gettysburg address to Americans


Bernd 05/14/2019 (Tue) 06:22:27 [Preview] No.25943 del
>>25935
First I was thinking, why does hungary needs anti terrorist units? Then I read the wiki about them and got even more confused.

"TEK is the most professional, well-financed and well-equipped state agency in the country.[3]"

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

Is orban playing the dictator?


Bernd 05/14/2019 (Tue) 15:29:57 [Preview] No.25958 del
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Daily Duterte. This time he did nothing ridiculous but it seems everyone shows their unconditional love for him. Today with proofs.
https://www.rt.com/newsline/459279-duterte-philippines-senate-election/

>>25943
Does GSG 9 makes Merkel a dictator?
>why does hungary needs anti terrorist units?
So stree-art artists could spraypaint their APCs.


Bernd 05/15/2019 (Wed) 06:46:23 [Preview] No.25980 del
>>25958
>GSG 9
Size c. 400 operators

>>25943
>TEK
Employees 858 (2011

germany is home to 80 million, hungary has 10 million.


Bernd 05/15/2019 (Wed) 07:36:32 [Preview] No.25984 del
>>25935
>I had to look it up but according to our newspapers he uses two vehicles. For personal usage he gets a VW Multivan (picrel) what the Fidesz leases for him as the leader of the party. In the role of prime minister he gets transported by a VW Transporter, which is in the car flotilla of the TEK (Terrorelhárítási Központ = Counter Terrorism Center, it's like the SWAT).

It is unexpected to see leader of the state moving in some commercial van, here even mayors of small cities use large and costly executive cars (although half of them are personal and bought by stolen money).


Bernd 05/15/2019 (Wed) 15:32:45 [Preview] No.25995 del
>>25984
Oh, media made controversy even of this because Orbán was seen in vehicles with several license plate. They asked the TEK how many Transporters they have and they replied it's a confidential information and apparently this is a big deal...
Orbán is careful with such things. He himself doesn't make big banks on this PM business, however he made the major of the village where his house is located a billionaire (people think he's kind of a strawman), as well as his son-in-law - whom is under investigation by the EU due his pockets were stuffed with EU moneiz.

>>25980
The vast majority of that 858 employees are desk jockeys and secretaries and other slouches.
And don't you know? Terrorism is a real danger in Europe and apparently we are the only ones who tries to stand up against it and prepare.


Bernd 05/16/2019 (Thu) 15:17:30 [Preview] No.26015 del
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Hungarian joke party gets cavity search by the tax authority after they distributed joke money as part of their campaign. The bills feature the faces of Soros, Juncker, Sargentini and others. It is obviously different than HUF and can deceive noone to the point it cannot be labeled as counterfeit. Still they get investigated.
https://index.hu/english/2019/05/13/hungarian_tax-authority_investigates_mock-money_used_by_joke_party_mkkp/


Bernd 05/16/2019 (Thu) 16:31:15 [Preview] No.26018 del
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Is this the our head of state visits Trump in the white house? Today was Switzerland's turn.


Bernd 05/16/2019 (Thu) 17:36:44 [Preview] No.26022 del
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>>26018
Wait, I thought this guy is your head of state.


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Local religious news: Russian Orthodox Church decided to build new church in place of park in Ekaterinburg. Project also included few related business centers and commercial buildings, and government surprisingly selected local park in city center to place all these pious constructions.

For some reason, citizens of Ekaterinburg weren't religious enough, and started to protest against park "reconstruction", because they think that there are no good places to rest in that area of city. Few thousands people gathered together, some of them tried to remove fences around construction site and blocked trucks and workers from entering.

But that offensive antireligious act of course wasn't tolerated, so protesters first were beaten by some unknown athlete-looking people, and then by police. Local government said that it is only small minority who opposes project and construction would be continued.

For some reason, story started to take place in country's media, and even glorious emperor Putin said, that construction must be paused until another community discussion. Looks like local government doesn't understand how their bosses work.


Bernd 05/16/2019 (Thu) 20:46:39 [Preview] No.26041 del
>>26022
Mongolia, please don't mix landlocked countries together.


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>>26040
it made it into the national news here. wow Russia is evil and communist, communist and evil. Now demonstrators get beaten by homo bolis.


Bernd 05/17/2019 (Fri) 05:15:55 [Preview] No.26046 del
Muhahaha.

>>26040
>unknown athlete-looking people
Was he Jesus?
>small minority
Since generally not all the residents go and voice their opinion...


Bernd 05/17/2019 (Fri) 09:07:21 [Preview] No.26069 del
fuck this clownworld


Bernd 05/17/2019 (Fri) 10:28:10 [Preview] No.26070 del
>>26069
skol strejk 4 klimatet eh?

mehr liek refugees welcome


Bernd 05/17/2019 (Fri) 14:36:44 [Preview] No.26073 del
>>26069
Media is really running out of idiocy to create sensation. Or maybe I'm wrong and they aren't scraping the bottom of the barrel as this is a bottomless one.
There's a reason why age restriction blocks kids from voting. They are idiots. They have no life experience, and they have little knowledge to make their decisions when it comes to politics.
Maybe it is important issue she talks about but if the whole world of adults can't or won't do shit, it is damn sure her mouthing into to business of adults won't change anything. Ergo pushing her into public awareness is just pure empty sensationalism.


Bernd 05/17/2019 (Fri) 15:19:12 [Preview] No.26075 del
>>26073
Lets think about it logically. You say yerself that they are scraping the bottom of the barrel. Why would they do that?


Bernd 05/17/2019 (Fri) 15:19:28 [Preview] No.26076 del
>>26070
You know swedish?


Bernd 05/17/2019 (Fri) 16:15:18 [Preview] No.26079 del
>>26075
Let's do: I also said they'll never run out.

>>26076
Jag vet svenska.


Bernd 05/18/2019 (Sat) 08:00:16 [Preview] No.26094 del
>>26073
>They are idiots
hear hear

its not until I got in my 30's that I became somewhat of a non idiot

life experience means alot


Bernd 05/18/2019 (Sat) 16:38:08 [Preview] No.26147 del
>>26076
Whø døesn't? I can decipher most Germanic words when they are written, the correct meaning is another story though.


Bernd 05/18/2019 (Sat) 22:10:58 [Preview] No.26168 del
https://epoca.globo.com/simbolo-da-direita-radical-americana-sapo-pepe-surge-em-universidades-brasileiras-23674678

>American far right symbol, "Pepe" frog appears in Brazilian universities
Journalists report Honklers have been plastered over leftist banners in universities. They proceed to describe ' "Pepe" frog ' as a 21st century swastika and interview a self-proclaimed former 4chan female user who claims this could be brought to court with charges of racial offensee.


Bernd 05/18/2019 (Sat) 22:23:42 [Preview] No.26169 del
picture #1 depicts a banner advertising a lecture about "Stalin and his role in building the Soviet state". Journalists describe it as "a "Pepe" frog sticker".

picture #2 depicts an anti-voting banner saying elections are a fraud. During election times journalists write against such dangerous ideas. But now it's described as " "Pepe" sticker placed over a political pamphlet".

picture #3 is an imitation street sign named after Marielle Franco, the gay black socialist Rio alderwoman nobody knew about who became a martyr overnight after being gunned down in a slum. They do describe what the sign being vandalized is.

picture #4 is antifa.

The news article begins by describing a Facebook post on an antifa page begging that the stickers be removed. This post was immediately met with hundreds of mocking comments.

They say this "Pepe" frog is used by young heterosexual men who feel displaced my minorities to express their anger and nihilism. This recent incident is a reaction against political discussion in universities and a result of the myth that universities are supposedly dominated by the left.


Bernd 05/18/2019 (Sat) 22:25:08 [Preview] No.26170 del
It's not the "former 4chan user" but the head of a research comission on law and IT that claims the perpetrator, if found, could be brought to court on charges of racial attacks.


Bernd 05/19/2019 (Sun) 06:44:56 [Preview] No.26185 del
>>26168
Looks as an improvement.
The whole thing is insane. Wow such a vandalism, evil fascists stroke again.


Bernd 05/19/2019 (Sun) 08:26:15 [Preview] No.26187 del
>>26185
>The whole thing is insane
whole world is insane


Bernd 05/19/2019 (Sun) 08:38:57 [Preview] No.26189 del
india has elections apparently, results on thursday


Bernd 05/19/2019 (Sun) 11:19:21 [Preview] No.26215 del
>>26185
>>26187
>insane
That's the point of this meme, "clown world" and all that. It's a subversive, surrealistic kind of protest. The "vandal" achieved his goal and exposed that the world is a circus. But who is the biggest clown, he or his enemies who took him way too seriously?


Bernd 05/19/2019 (Sun) 12:13:36 [Preview] No.26217 del
>>26168
oh noes another reason for them to bitching.


Bernd 05/19/2019 (Sun) 12:59:18 [Preview] No.26229 del
>>26215
reminds me of what uncle ted wrote about leftists in his manifesto.

22. If our society had no social problems at all, the lef-tists would have to INVENT problems in order to providethemselves with an excuse for making a fuss



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