Why, it's the wh*Te genocide clock, ticking down and down.
You see, your childish wh*Te race committed a lot of crimes against our race and other non wh*Te races approval, and wh*Tes colonized an entire continent. wh*Tes had no good reason to colonize..
Throw in the FACT that it was obviously an attack to throw BLACK people off the civilization trail leading Africa to its Ancient Egyptian past, and you've got not only a universally hated race, but a soon-to-be-genocided one too...
Now that krautchan is kill and this board is stagnant, where do you waste most of your online posting time?
Me: 4chan /biz/
Literally for no reason, I have no interest in day trading, the advice is trash, the bulk of the "insight" there is pure bullshit, but the general atmosphere of sheer desperation and despair there is not too far from the old kc /int/. Also, all that said, there is less shitposting because I don't have to deal with Brazilians talking about having sex with their cousins or Canadians licking hooker butts like it's cool or Igor's new outfit.
After I come home from my 1€ Job I follow people around and masturbate behind them, through a hole in my trousers pocket. Then when they turn around quickly to catch me, I stop and pretend I am reading a newspaper. Of course they see the erection, but nobody ever says anything. This is the only activity that fills the void the vanishing of KC has created in my life.
Let's have an informative thread about each country's electoral geography and how it ties to demography, regionalism and so on.
Brazil's sharp blue state/purple state/red state divide, which only emerged from 2006 onwards, has been talked about a lot; Geocurrents had two excellent articles about it. I won't talk about the basics, as they're already covered well enough. But Martin W. Lewis has missed some things.
First of all, party loyalties at the state level do make a difference. This factor isn't as strong as it used to be in the Old/Oligarchic Republic period (1889-1930), when the entire national political process was centered on state-level loyalties, but is still felt in some states. Rio Grande do Sul's leftist past mentioned in his article is a legacy of the state's social democratic loyalties. As they leaned towards a different, non Workers Party string of social democracy (see Leonel Brizola, the leftist who famously called Lula a "bearded frog") that has been defeated and cucked by the PT, their support for Lula gradually faded away. São Paulo is an even better example: the entire state is radically anti-PT and anti-leftist, and has had fought to install its distinct political views on the federal government for over a century, to the point of fighting a civil war in 1932 when it was evicted from a decade-long liberal hegemony.
Another important point is that the hinterland has some distinct electoral factors absent from the densely populated coastal states the northernmost two still count as hinterland; Lewis shrugs off Roraima as an irrelevant case, but it expresses the same factors he covered about Mato Grosso.
What the hinterland states have in common is that their vast swathes of desolate savanna and jungle have experienced continuous waves of settlement and economic development since the last century. Thus, they have three dynamics that impact their voting: >Highly profitable agricultural frontier areas versus poor traditional communities >Expanding ethnic Brazilian settlement versus native communities and their reserve areas, with leftist governments backing the natives; >Land reform, local political machines controlled by the rural upper class, peasant-landowner class conflict, far-left movements that claim to represent the landless invading and damaging property everywhere and so on
I know some of this personally, as I have an uncle who moved a couple decades ago to become a landowner in the hinterland; whenever he visits us, he complains about gun control and ignorant gringos/southeeasterners who know nothing about his situation, but constantly shill for environmentalism, natives, land reform and so on.
>>14717 >Also, Putin isn't a person, it is a specific title in Russian society. I wouldn't be surprised: >We're electing the next Putin. >Who will be the next Putin? >XY for Putin! What does Putin mean btw?
>>14720 I think the russiaball-tiger comic originally was indigenous propaganda for the Russians so it's naturally shit tier.
There may be different meanings. For example. put' (путь) is a path, "route". There is also old-style work puty (путы) - manacles, tether, maybe nets etc, it is related to path. That last meaning related to uncommon word "putina" - fishing season, but stress in applied to different part of word (same amount of cheap jokes with photos of "caviar of putin" created every year).
>I think the russiaball-tiger comic originally was indigenous propaganda for the Russians so it's naturally shit tier.
Don't underestimate amount of energy of patriotic people. Authors of that memeball comic may be truly sincere and enthusiastic, without any government support. And Bernd spammed them on boards because they are hilarious in their straightforwardness.
>>14717 >Although I like how easily they brainwashed naive westerners. People who do foreign PR for Russia are truly god-tier, and it isn't sarcasm.
I really don't think it's the achievement of those people thh. Putin routinely gets called a nationalist by mainstream liberal media with far bigger following than the marginal far-right news outlets, and that's the primary reason why he's perceived in the West as such. And yes, his policies are fairly nationalistic by Western standards (of course not by the standards of 14/88 people, but they're irrelevant marginals).
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>>14801 >>14803 And for the record - actually you could gather all this by just reading some threads - I didn't created this board (some German dude did) and I don't moderate it. I just post here, basically the only place I post. I visit some smallish boards where I post maybe a dozen times in a year.
>>8865 It's because the criminally insane lose in numbers to the criminally stupid among the same ideology (=libertarians), so the stupid laugh more at the insane while others laugh at them both.
Do you want a caveman non-government, or a government just so small that it's possible to find enough idiots dumb enough to serve a public on pure altruism instead of just becoming a mob. Mobs of course are just proto-governments before they learn ways to occasionally curb their assholishness. Libertarians are so dumb they think it's a revelation to figure out mobs and governments are the same, even though their only unique idea is the lack of figuring out that there's a difference in their developmental stage and governments are not just mobs, but the civilzed version of mobs, so they think displacing the whole mob/government category instantly gets rid of the void it fills as well and don't understand it would just be filled with an uncivilized mob. Anarcho capitalism is the insane form of committing to this idea.
>>8866 >For example socialism gathers the thoughts on equality
Not really. The idea that equality of outcome needs to be enforced implies inherent understanding that there's an unequal premise to all of it. It just reverses the point where the starting lines and finishing lines of all participants should converge. Are you happily equal as a dumb baby or as a senile grandpa.
Equality "of opportunity" and "of outcome" are both their kind of thought terminating cliché pinned on the same mainstream western ideology that gathers "equality" ideas, and equality is not really that prominent in their content, it's just a shared value both sides can set a pissing contest on so they both keep harping on about it.
>>8866 It bears mentioning that -isms aren't originally political ideologies, but when people still knew some Latin it was just a word to denote that holy shit, this philosopher admits to at least some ramifications that certain assumptions have been made largely without basis to get the philosophy rolling at all. Everybody who hates ideologues is anti-empirism and pro-postmodernism by action because they use nirvana fallacy and are being skeptic about the early stages of science. Like studying alchemy is bullshit even though it leads to real science.
I want whomever is responsible for KC’s shutdown to come to my house and get SHOT. And seeing German gov officials did this, it wouldn’t be so hard to kill them, after all they’re such pussies themselves to begin with.