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Orthodox and catholic church are evil Bernd 07/27/2017 (Thu) 21:57:59 [Preview] No. 9290 [Reply]
protestant church is the true

Bernd 07/28/2017 (Fri) 00:12:45 [Preview] No. 9294 del
I know they think most prayer is haram, but can prodestants pray to Michael?

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Bernd 07/27/2017 (Thu) 21:57:02 [Preview] No. 9289 [Reply]
Come to our chat niggas

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Bernd 07/27/2017 (Thu) 23:17:04 [Preview] No. 9292 del
Just taking a break my friend but I'll hit you up during the weekend.

Battles Bernd 07/16/2017 (Sun) 10:27:19 [Preview] No. 8950 [Reply]
I've already mentioned the book titled On Killing - The Psychological Cost of Learning to Kill in War and Society by Dave Grossman (Lt. Col. of US Army). It gave some food for thought and I'm planning to write some of my speculation.

But what did the author write? Let's summarize.
He starts with the observation that most men has a natural resistance to kill (only 2% of men - those who have "predisposition toward aggressive psychopathic personality" - can go on killing without becoming a nervous wreck). This resistance is so high that even at times that our life is directly threatened (like others shoot at us) still difficult to overcome it. This resistance is the reason why infantry fire was so embarrassingly ineffective in the past 300 years - with the exception of machine guns - despite the fact that infantry weaponry (rifles) are reliable and accurate enough to cause massive losses among the enemy.
The author gives examples and sources, such as a Prussian experiment in the late 18th century, several reports and notices from several authors during 19-20th centuries (American, French, Israeli etc.), and an interesting work by a US Army historian who (and his coworkers) made mass interviews with fighting GIs during and after WWII. Also he cites his own conversation with veterans of WWII and Vietnam.
He gives new ideas on what's really happening on the battlefield. He compliments the widely known fight-or-flight model with two other options: in reality the soldiers can fight, posture, submit or flight. And most soldiers choose the second option.
Then he ponders on what enables killing (I'm gonna write more about this later) and how modern (post-WWII) armies achieve this. Then he compares these methods with the ways of contemporary mass media. His conlcusion is (after pointing out the exponential rise of violent crimes) that mass media has an undesirable effect on society.

What interesting for me is this resistance, and the enabling part. These things are actually give an entirely new way of looking warfare, and how and why battles were won.
For example the part officers (the demanding authority to kill) play in the enabling. When people (professional historians, history pros and other armchair generals) comparing the Hellenic phalanx with Roman manipulus and why the latter was more successful they compare everything but the officers. In the phalanx he's only one among those who stand in line and do the poking with pikes, but a Roman officer is one outside the formation and pressuring the soldiers to kill. It makes a huge difference if someone shouting in your ears "stab! stab! stab!" and generally pressuring you to kill. Especially if this one person is an exemplary one, a veteran whose skill in killing surpasses all the others in that particular unit. However noone talks about this because noone thinks about it.

I'll continue this sometimes, maybe only next weekend, we'll see. If you wish to read the book you can probably find it on libgen.
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Bernd 07/26/2017 (Wed) 20:11:12 [Preview] No. 9268 del
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Well when you compare the war stats where the soldiers would not fire under direct combat - the police have the most compliance for less intensity than military combat.

And there is DHS targets that have mothers and children. This is madness.

Bernd 07/26/2017 (Wed) 20:45:17 [Preview] No. 9269 del
Those army firing rates are pre-modern training (some places Grossman refers to it as WWII training). Those reports by Marshall drove the US military command to make some changes. They started conditioning the soldiers via different training techniques. In Korea they got numbers that were enough to prove them they are on the right track and perfected these techniques so in Vietnam they got 90-95% firing rates.
Basically they made killers from a bunch of ordinary people who didn't have any predisposition toward killing. This and other factors led to their PTSD.

Bernd 07/27/2017 (Thu) 01:31:47 [Preview] No. 9272 del
I should have read the thread.

Bernd 07/27/2017 (Thu) 04:54:37 [Preview] No. 9273 del
>Those army firing rates are pre-modern training rates.

It's not too late. Still a bunch's coming.

Bernd 07/27/2017 (Thu) 18:35:57 [Preview] No. 9288 del
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What enables killing?
Here's a concise summary:

Demands of Authority
- Proximity of the obedience-demanding authority figure to the subject
- Subject's subjective respect for the obedience-demanding authority figure
- Intensity of the obedience-demanding authority figure's demands of killing behavior
- Legitimacy of the obedience-demanding authority figure's authority and demands

Group Absolution
- Subject's identification with the group
- Proximity of the group to the subject
- Intensity of the group's support for the kill
- Number in the immediate group
- Legitimacy of the group

Total Distance from the Victim

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Bernd 07/27/2017 (Thu) 11:19:01 [Preview] No. 9281 [Reply]
goodnight /int/

Bernd 07/27/2017 (Thu) 12:59:06 [Preview] No. 9284 del
i suck cocks

Bernd 07/27/2017 (Thu) 16:04:58 [Preview] No. 9286 del
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Bernd 07/27/2017 (Thu) 16:27:42 [Preview] No. 9287 del
I'm sorry

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Webm thread Bernd 06/26/2017 (Mon) 17:07:12 [Preview] No. 8407 [Reply]
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Bernd 07/27/2017 (Thu) 10:27:57 [Preview] No. 9279 del
It isn't band, it is an TV ad for street shop stand from early 90s. Ads were fun these days.

Rate this political ad: https://youtube.com/watch?v=4msuDcUZA0M [Embed]

Bernd 07/27/2017 (Thu) 10:43:50 [Preview] No. 9280 del
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I mean that there is no proper band that did this, I guess it is some random people that were friends of ad makers or some cheap local performers. I couldn't easily find any info about it except that it is made for Orenburg shop network "T.T.T" in 1993.

It looks strange now that so small business could make TV ad, but in that times ad market only developed and local TV time was cheap. These shop stands rarely even networked, they are mostly owned by individual businessmen who rarely has much money.

Moscow Khan removed them all few years ago, sad. They were cozy, you could go and buy something at night near home.

Bernd 07/27/2017 (Thu) 11:44:38 [Preview] No. 9282 del
Oh damn what a shame I thought there was more of this.

>It looks strange now that so small business could make TV ad, but in that times ad market only developed and local TV time was cheap. These shop stands rarely even networked, they are mostly owned by individual businessmen who rarely has much money.

So nowadays getting a TV ad in Russia is much more expensive?

Bernd 07/27/2017 (Thu) 12:28:15 [Preview] No. 9283 del
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>So nowadays getting a TV ad in Russia is much more expensive?

Yes, now it is expensive thing like everywhere if you want federal-level channel. So you can't find cheap ads from local companies.

Regions have local ad time and local channels, so local ads exist though. I guess some jewels like this could exist now, but they are nowhere near 90s level.

Some 90s ads achieved cult status like series full kc-tier ads of "Bank Imperial": https://youtube.com/watch?v=52-cC9nF_F4 [Embed]

Or the legendary MMM guy: https://youtube.com/watch?v=ZNewE-9-1xc [Embed]

Old Russian ads is pretty big topic, it deserves separate thread, but not today.

Bernd 07/27/2017 (Thu) 14:16:47 [Preview] No. 9285 del
>kill all normies webm
Wow, what a fucking cunt. What do we bet she's a fucking feminist type.

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Chess Bernd 07/01/2017 (Sat) 16:48:49 [Preview] No. 8611 [Reply]
Do you play 2D chess, Bernd?
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Bernd 07/02/2017 (Sun) 10:17:17 [Preview] No. 8648 del
I figure Elos (technically, Élő) but if you know where you're on that scale you aren't really a beginner.

Bernd 07/02/2017 (Sun) 10:25:43 [Preview] No. 8649 del
Ah, thanks. Looked it up. Very assburgerish.

Bernd 07/13/2017 (Thu) 20:39:50 [Preview] No. 8918 del
I always made my moves on intuition. I don't know how to play chess proper.

Bernd 07/14/2017 (Fri) 05:47:23 [Preview] No. 8921 del
If your intuition is always true then you play properly. I think most grandmasters who know all the games played, all the situations and all possible moves do rely on their intuition.

Bernd 07/26/2017 (Wed) 16:03:29 [Preview] No. 9257 del
Back in the days of the state socialism such capitalistic boardgames like Monopoly were banned instead they promoted a proletarian simulator which scope was the everyday class struggle of the honest individual worker. They named it "Manage Smart!".
The goal of the game is furnishing fully a flat in a cozy commieblock and saving a certain amount of money (I'm not sure in the latter). The players get a certain amount of wage every time they go around the board and they should plan ahead and manage their budget with every step they take. The face such challenges as paying rent or suffering an accident. Sometimes they have to pay for library fee or amusement park tickets. The squares of the board could help them to move forward by awarding them extra rolls or could hamper their movement such as the infamous square of "camp of the young pioneers". Also sometimes the player can pick a "Lucky Card" which could help or hurt him in some way.
It's a pretty rad game I liked it a lot.

Bernd 07/17/2017 (Mon) 18:33:30 [Preview] No. 8975 [Reply]
the weak should fear the strong
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Bernd 07/18/2017 (Tue) 19:24:56 [Preview] No. 9006 del
found the other photo I was talking about

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Bernd 07/18/2017 (Tue) 20:38:46 [Preview] No. 9011 del
>found the other photo

Here the full video >>8999 (you)

>it was some russian ordodox custom, but I don't remember what was it exactly
>maybe someone else can explain

It is "shima". Word used for pledge to the god and also for clothing that monks (hardcore ones) wear. As far as I know, it is pretty rare thing. Never saw anyone in it.


Bernd 07/25/2017 (Tue) 15:47:18 [Preview] No. 9218 del
>the weak should fear the strong
But the weak is only weak until he defeats the strong.

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Bernd 07/21/2017 (Fri) 15:19:50 [Preview] No. 9058 [Reply]
I'd fuck these 13 year olds so damn hard. What kind of faggot wouldn't want the age of consent lowered to 12?
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Bernd 07/24/2017 (Mon) 17:08:30 [Preview] No. 9203 del
People had sex wherever they could. A nice haystack sure was pleasant (not great for privacy tho) but in freezing weather indoors are better.

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Oh right, in Slovenia we used those hayracks. The upper floor actually gives great amount of privacy.

Bernd 07/24/2017 (Mon) 18:47:51 [Preview] No. 9205 del
We have/had hay dryers too. You should keep in mind those weren't necessarily used 200, 500, 1000 years ago. Their form could change also.

Bernd 07/24/2017 (Mon) 20:06:40 [Preview] No. 9213 del
They certainly were considered traditional already in 17th century when Valvasor described them.

Bernd 07/25/2017 (Tue) 05:23:47 [Preview] No. 9217 del
People also stored hay above stables sometimes even in the attic if the structure made enabled it.

rondam news Bernd 06/29/2017 (Thu) 17:20:10 [Preview] No. 8542 [Reply]
from your contry or wherever

the arbitral tribunal finally announced rulings regarding border disputes between slovenia and croatia. however, croatia claims they will ignore those rulings because they don't see them as legitimate ever since a year ago when some phone calls between one of the members of the tribunal and some irrelevant slovenian official were leaked. however the arbitration was accepted as part of ultimatum to croatia regarding eu membership.


besides the sea border dispute, most land border disputes were results of anomalies where one republic or a municipality governed land that was nominally on the other side of the republic border.

see pictures in article. it was ruled out that:
1) gulf of piran belongs to slovenia (except for a narrow strip next to croatian coast, as opposed to border going along the centreline) and the sea border continues straight out to italian waters; slovenia doesn't get a direct contact with international waters but instead a 4.6km wide corridor is assigned inside croatian waters that slovenia gets full access to
2) land border follows the dragoña river; this means that a couple of houses (most notably, joško joras, who wrote "here is slovenia too" on his house in 2002 and had some publicised breakouts with border officials) and fields, altogether 113ha that were part of slovene municipalities and were infrastructurally connected to slovenia, stay on croatian side
3) 70ha of forest on snežnik plateau forests that were part of hungary before ww1 but was anomalously reassigned to slovenia during treaty of rapallo for no reason whatsoever, remain part of slovenia
4) 335ha large piece of clay around village of drage (northern bela krajina, foothills of gorjanci), mostly forests, that was anomalously part of croatian cadadstres goes to croatia. this is right next to the worst example of bordergore on slovene border, however the ruling does nothing to resolve that. such cases.
5) the army objects on trdina peak (in gorjanci) that were seized by slovene forces during independence war get split following the internal republic borders along the ridge within yugoslavia; the radio tower is therefore on slovenian side while the barracks on croatian
6) the border along mura river follows its old riverbet from the 19th century and not the modern-day regulated course (leaving a larger part of land on croatian side)

croatia is expected to send army on its borders and slovenia is expected to go crazy on border control to prevent tourists from reaching croatia until croatia gives a statement regarding agreeing with the outcome
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Bernd 07/16/2017 (Sun) 11:45:25 [Preview] No. 8951 del
Srsly wat?!

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Bernd 07/20/2017 (Thu) 06:14:43 [Preview] No. 9035 del
>proved to be a fiasco
Wot? Tell me more, I've been living under a rock when it comes to that.

Bernd 07/20/2017 (Thu) 16:35:31 [Preview] No. 9040 del
I exaggerated for fun and glory. I remembered this failure from few years back:
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Bernd 07/25/2017 (Tue) 05:20:43 [Preview] No. 9216 del
This is nice:
You can't leak data of that many people if said data is on paper only. Paper is safe, paper is life, paper is love. Kill the rainforests.

qatar embargo threda Bernd 06/25/2017 (Sun) 12:52:05 [Preview] No. 8354 [Reply]
latest news from the best source of proofs
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Bernd 07/24/2017 (Mon) 05:15:44 [Preview] No. 9199 del
I don't think in the context of Islam it means anything. You're fundamental or aren't Muslim.
Also. Iranian invasion of Saudis when?
What's up with Qatar?

Bernd 07/24/2017 (Mon) 13:03:59 [Preview] No. 9200 del
Erdoğan is going around the Gulf on talks with arabs (he was in Kuwait yesterday), and both UK and US have issued a statement calling for the embargo to end.

Bernd 07/24/2017 (Mon) 15:37:56 [Preview] No. 9201 del
So the embargo will go on until one of the parties (Qatar) gives in or some of the higher powers interest change and intervenes.
Poor Qatar. What's next for her after she gives in? How will the power balance of the Gulf and neighbouring areas change?

Bernd 07/25/2017 (Tue) 05:18:50 [Preview] No. 9215 del
USA plans moving troops to Iraq? Why not invite the Russians too?