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Anonymous 03/06/2018 (Tue) 07:31:53 [Preview] No. 15780 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
https://youtube.com/watch?v=-9u0s0_Esd0 [Embed]

https://youtube.com/watch?v=w9uM6BBKfO8 [Embed]

That's a big clock



Anonymous 03/02/2018 (Fri) 16:13:48 [Preview] No. 15740 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
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Dennis Rodman likes Kim Jong Un because he sings karaoke with him and rises horses with him.


Anonymous 03/02/2018 (Fri) 16:27:08 [Preview] No.15743 del
how you gonna ride horses and sing karaoke with a nigga and not be friends?


Anonymous 03/02/2018 (Fri) 18:58:04 [Preview] No.15744 del
Who is this and why does this matter at all?


Anonymous 03/04/2018 (Sun) 02:51:57 [Preview] No.15761 del
>>15744
former team mate of Michael Jordan named Dennis Rodman. Kim John Un is a big fan of the 90s bulls, and Rodman is crazy/desperate/broke enough to go hang out with him.
It doesn't really matter.



Anonymous 12/30/2017 (Sat) 05:15:26 [Preview] No. 14410 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
禁欲Wo 延びる


Anonymous 01/02/2018 (Tue) 05:18:36 [Preview] No.14425 del
<don't want


Anonymous 03/02/2018 (Fri) 16:18:16 [Preview] No.15742 del
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禁欲を止めろ



Anonymous 12/25/2017 (Mon) 00:01:42 [Preview] No. 14369 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
dump futas i need to fap


Anonymous 03/02/2018 (Fri) 16:14:57 [Preview] No.15741 del
thatd not a futa



Anonymous 02/27/2018 (Tue) 14:01:54 [Preview] No. 15679 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Cancer is not deadly
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Anonymous 02/28/2018 (Wed) 21:46:30 [Preview] No.15692 del
of course steve jobs should have drank his own pee in a holistic attempt at survival, and he certainly should not have invested his millions into chemo theraphy that would have only prolonged his life by years, maybe.


Anonymous 02/28/2018 (Wed) 22:48:04 [Preview] No.15695 del
>>15688
No, I don't believe so.


Anonymous 03/01/2018 (Thu) 11:19:25 [Preview] No.15712 del
>>15692
>invested his millions into chemo theraphy that would have only prolonged his life
>therapeutically decaying your body from within
>prolonging his life
Do you really think that chemotherapy is the solution to cancer and there's no truly healthy method of defeating it? But right, fuck holistic doctors and shit right? They're all clearly retarded.

Have you ever considered that perhaps Steve Jobs was complacent in the fact that he was supposed to die? He was fairly spiritual at an early stage of his life so I highly doubt he continued to hold so much material value over his physical existence by the time he got cancer, especially after all he'd accomplished.


Anonymous 03/02/2018 (Fri) 02:26:56 [Preview] No.15731 del
>>15712
yeah id rather drink pee too, mate


Anonymous 03/02/2018 (Fri) 06:49:50 [Preview] No.15734 del
if it's not deadly why is it carrying a concealed beehive?



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nethack Anonymous 03/01/2018 (Thu) 12:52:10 [Preview] No. 15714 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
is there anyway to actually get good at this? I can only ever get to where the dwarf floors start then die to something like a horse or some bull shit.
I'm sick of being some gay ass secondary.


Anonymous 03/02/2018 (Fri) 02:27:24 [Preview] No.15732 del
nope -- it's impossible



A WORKING MAN'S REALITY: 1971 to Today Anonymous 02/14/2018 (Wed) 17:25:54 [Preview] No. 15352 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
The current US economic system is broke, but has been for a long long time. The Fed has devalued our currency, via massive debt creation, by 98+ % since Nixon defused the dollar from the gold standard in 1971.

When Nixon scrapped the US gold standard, we defaulted on the Bretton Woods Agreement of 1944 (which was why the US became a massive superpower and economic powerhouse right after WWII).

Nixon and his sidekick, Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, knew that their destruction of the international gold standard under the Bretton Woods arrangement would cause a decline in the artificial global demand of the US dollar. Later they set up agreements with OPEC nations to set up a US global reserve currency which would be tied to global oil trade, known as the US Petrodollar. In order for other countries to buy oil from these OPEC nations, they needed to exchange their currencies for US dollars, or US T-bonds.

Fast forward to 1974 and the petrodollar system was fully operational in Saudi Arabia. The US govt then exploited this system and began building an Empire and aggressively spending more and more money they did not actually have, thus creating more and more debt via Congressional budgets and the Federal Reserve system.

Fast forward to the 1980s, when we began outsourcing all our industry to countries like China. Industries knew that as the US govt continued insolvent spending polices, that taxes would continue to rise, and that they would end up making more profit by simply outsourcing to countries with cheaper labor and cheaper taxes.

The US govt did not care about the consequences of their insolvency and addiction to debts. They kept spending more and more.

By the time NAFTA was signed into law in 1994, around half of America's productive industry had been outsourced! What happened to all those good 'ol jobs? They were replaced by a socialist welfare state of-course! An ever-growing welfare state.

This insolvent government created ripple effects. Welfare skyrocketed (because so many Americans no longer had jobs/income), poverty skyrocketed, what were once decent places to live became ghettos! Literal shitholes across American landscape. The middle class began shrinking, NOT increasing!

Fast forward to 2001, after the 9/11 false flag attack. Government spending skyrocketed by billions of dollars per year. Well more than half of American industry had vanished. Taxes were higher than ever before in our history. We began wasting trillions of dollars on "the war on terror" and still lost those wars.


A WORKING MAN'S REALITY: 1971 to Today Anonymous 02/14/2018 (Wed) 17:26:25 [Preview] No.15353 del
>>15352
Fast forward to 2008, America is Trillions of dollars in debt. Countries are starting to get sick of all our failed wars and insolvency. We hardly produce anything of real value anymore, we give the masses EBT cards and welfare checks to live rather than real income or jobs! We create more death around the world than basic necessities or goods!

Fast forward to 2014, China and Russia join together and announce the "Holy Grail Deal" and, by doing so, effectively bypass the US Petrodollar! 2014 was the beginning where two major superpowers flipped America the bird and said "we will no longer use the USD for oil trade!"

Fast forward to today... Cheap labor has flooded into the country from Mexico. The American people can never pay all the debt off. Our government went into too much debt. America is the biggest dependent welfare state on the planet, yet still has the gull to call itself "capitalist." Our markets are entirely rigged and manipulated. Our 'economic' statistics often fraudulent or highly obfuscated (such as the employment rate which the BoL is counting social security recipients as "working")... America constantly bails out insolvent/corrupt banks and other institutions, including subsidizing nearly everything! Meanwhile Eastern CHIPS transactions are now replacing Western SWIFT transactions... Shanghai Oil-Gold agreement has started replacing the US Petrodollar in many countries... the AIIB is replacing the IMF... the One Belt One Road is replacing US/EU/OPEC trade... Asian Development Fund is replacing US T-bond purchases from Asia... the Dagong Credit Rating Agency is replacing the Western-backed Standard & Poors, Moodys, and Fitch...


Anonymous 02/14/2018 (Wed) 19:17:38 [Preview] No.15354 del
>>15353
>Meanwhile Eastern CHIPS transactions are now replacing Western SWIFT transactions... Shanghai Oil-Gold agreement has started replacing the US Petrodollar in many countries... the AIIB is replacing the IMF... the One Belt One Road is replacing US/EU/OPEC trade... Asian Development Fund is replacing US T-bond purchases from Asia... the Dagong Credit Rating Agency is replacing the Western-backed Standard & Poors, Moodys, and Fitch...

RELATED PETRODOLLAR DEMISE:
https://archive.fo/KK7dS (How US Political/Economic Stupidity Has Undermined Petrodollar)
https://archive.fo/y99WO (Russia-China Sign "Holy Grail" Oil Trade Deal WITHOUT EURO-USD)
https://archive.fo/Etd2l (Putin Working With China To Replace US Reserve Currency Status)
https://archive.fo/In1Qm (BRICS Nations To Create Gold Trading Network 1)
https://archive.fo/7rAWT (BRICS Nations To Create Gold Trading Network 2)
https://archive.fo/heCyc (New Non-USD Gold Trading Network In Works)
https://archive.fo/j6UIC (The Integrated Non-USD Platforms As of 2017)
https://archive.fo/2qbty (China Sets Up Oil for Yuan Trade / Non-USD)
https://archive.fo/7Kj1f (Saudi Arabia Flips East After Purge of Western Puppets)
https://archive.fo/BJiSL (Banks Prepare for New Chinese Petroyuan Reserve Currency Status)
https://archive.fo/ENRfX (US/China Trade War Begins After US Tax Cuts Passed)
https://archive.fo/TPBxQ (China Weighs Halting Purchases of US Treasury Bonds)
https://archive.fo/r4hZG (Switzerland May Flip East, Trade With Russia-China)

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Iran Bans Use Of US Dollars In Trade Anonymous 03/01/2018 (Thu) 19:44:19 [Preview] No.15729 del
Iran Bans Use Of US Dollars In Trade

RELATED PETRODOLLAR DEMISE: >>>/b/15354

In what may be a preemptive move against further US sanctions, Tehran announced that going forward, merchant purchase orders that are denominated in US Dollars would no longer be allowed to go through import procedures.

According to the state-owned IRNA news agency, the policy is in line with an official request by the Central Bank of Iran and is meant to address fluctuations in market rates of the US dollar. Quoted by IRNA, the central bank director of Foreign Exchange Rules and Policies Affairs, Mehdi Kasraeipour, said the move had "become effective from Wednesday by virtue of a letter sent to the Ministry of Industry, Mines and Trade."

The central banker further explained that the decision "wouldn’t create major trouble" for traders because the share of the greenback in Iran’s trade activities is already negligible.

"It’s been for a long time that Iran’s banking sector cannot use the dollar as a result of the sanctions," said Kasraeipour. As part of a trade embargo, US banks are banned from dealing with Iran.

"Considering that the use of the dollar is banned for Iran and traders are literally using alternative currencies in their transactions, there is no longer any reason to proceed with invoices that use the dollar as the base rate," Kasraeipour added.

As part of the transition, Iranian merchants will need to inform their suppliers to change the base currency from the dollar to other currencies so that the related import documents could be processed at Iran’s entry points. It was unclear if cryptocurrencies are acceptable units, and whether Iran is developing its own version of the Venezuelan Petro.

Merchants will also need to specify whether they would proceed with their payments through banks or currency exchange shops.

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Anonymous 03/01/2018 (Thu) 02:16:01 [Preview] No. 15701 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
This thread is for Americans. Foreign observers are welcome to comment if they predict something.

Lets talk civil war and prepping. Is America ready for another civil war? What if civil war breaks out in the near future? Over what issue exactly? And are YOU prepared?

Will the US government side with conservatives or liberals? Will the US military side with conservatives or liberals? Will foreign governments or militaries intervene? Will we see blue helmets coming for our guns?

What do you think the death tally would amount to? Is freedom worth fighting and possibly dying for? What if you had a choice to give in and cower to tyranny or to fight against it and risk death? What would YOU do?

Here are some prepping tips: >>>/endtimes/7
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Anonymous 03/01/2018 (Thu) 16:42:56 [Preview] No.15723 del
>>15701
As far as civil war goes, I don't think we'll see something akin to the American Civil War, the country split down the middle literally with a north and south or east and west.
If anything we see an insurgency using guerilla tactics, the problem being they would have to resort to terrorist style attacks on soft targets because of how secure any federal institutions would be.
This would lose them PR and make any make any conspiracy theorist wonder if it's just all falseflag or psy-op to justify more of a police state.


Anonymous 03/01/2018 (Thu) 16:59:35 [Preview] No.15725 del
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>>15720
Strategic prepping can be a lifesaver during such crisis. There is one particular crisis I am concerned about and its related to gun confiscation. The nuclear option. And if the Powers That Be, the establishment, become too desperate they will wage this nuclear option:

1) They could commence a nuclear EMP attack into the upper atmosphere. This will fry our entire electric grid and mass blackouts would occur. 2) They wait as supplies dry up and transportation grinds to a halt. 3) Millions of unprepared Americans go hungry, and many will simply die from lack of access to sanitation. Not to mention starvation and dehydration. Which the establishment will simply sit back and allow to happen. 4) A couple years later, with an overall 80% reduction of the American population, then they'll make their moves. Militias and doomsday preppers will be the hot pockets of armed resistance. The government will use military force in attempt to knock out these armed targets. As targets get bombed or raided, the population will be reduced to about 10% to 5%. 5) The deep state powers will operate under contingency planning and regain control over the nation and everything from then on would be highly micro-managed and heavily regulated by the traitors.


Anonymous 03/01/2018 (Thu) 17:05:11 [Preview] No.15726 del
>>15723
Militias will know better not to mess with federal buildings (at least I would hope). They would simply go innawoods and set up heavily armed defenses, possibly building their own underground bunkers and fortified shelters. And they would try to stay away from cities and suburban areas and simply rely on rural self-sufficiency. But the establishment will still consider them prime targets to knock off.


Anonymous 03/01/2018 (Thu) 17:22:41 [Preview] No.15727 del
One other prediction I can mention would be this: a vast amount of the US military would defect from the federal government if they try to mass engage against civilian populations. Much of the lower and mid rank and file would not betray their fellow civilians and then we'd see rogue military entities attempting hard coups against the US government and political powers. And guess what? The Army folks know how to kill, and they know how to fight their enemy forces with brute force. And they have the munitions to do it too. I'm not talking semi-auto: I'm talking bombs, grenades, RPGs, land mines, sniper forces, choppers, tanks, etc. This would become absolutely chaotic for the establishment.


Anonymous 03/01/2018 (Thu) 17:40:09 [Preview] No.15728 del
I've been told that many militia groups have former law enforcement and military backgrounds, some being vets. One wonders what kind of munitions some of these guys have hidden, stashed away?

If those who shill gun confiscation think this is going to end peacefully, I must warn them they are deadly mistaken. Sure, gun control can be pushed and certain arms can be banned. But confiscation is a whole new ball game and will likely end up in chaotic guerrilla warfare. Local stand-offs and shoot outs being the minimum outcome, the very minimum collateral damage. But things can easily exacerbate from there. Be careful what you wish for.



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ga Anonymous 03/01/2018 (Thu) 05:24:46 [Preview] No. 15702 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
your're gay



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Anonymous 02/23/2018 (Fri) 01:12:52 [Preview] No. 15616 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
https://agingmillennialengineer.com/2018/02/13/no-its-not-like-blue-apron/

Good point, the poor should be able to eat well. And the Republicans are insane and their tax code benefits very rich couples.


Anonymous 03/01/2018 (Thu) 01:22:04 [Preview] No.15699 del
Why are some of the poorest areas across the nation actually democrat-run counties? Take a look at LA. Take a look at New York. Take a look at Chicago. All democrat-run, all have skyrocketing poverty rates.

Tax cuts won't bankrupt anyone, they simply give the government less money to waste (and governments really do squander a lot of money like a bunch of consumerist junkies).

Now if you want to talk REAL economics, go here: >>>/b/15352


Anonymous 03/01/2018 (Thu) 01:56:37 [Preview] No.15700 del
>>15616
The biggest problem with younger people being broke is the student loan racket. Millions of millennials were conned into taking massive student loans that they could never possibly pay back off. At least not without help from their parents. Another problem stems from 1971 and the fact we removed the US gold standard which caused massive devaluation of the dollar. Then the outsourcing years of the 80s and 90s, where most of America's decent paying manufacturing jobs were shipped off overseas. This killed massive domestic industry and ended millions of jobs for future Americans.

So we practice Keynesian economics (proven failure rate of 100% throughout history), take out huge loans which we can never pay back off, outsource our industries... bot to mention we have the BIGGEST welfare state on the entire planet! .... and yet we have the nerve to claim we are "capitalists" ... with all due respect to common sense we used to be a capitalist nation - back in the 50s and 60s! Today? Today we destroy capital investment!