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Official Meta Thread #1 Anonymous Board owner 03/12/2017 (Sun) 01:46:18 Id: eb5562 [Preview] No. 34274 [Reply]
This will serve as a spiritual successor to the "New BO" thread.

Old Thread:
h ttps://archive.fo/zPA9W

Discuss any and all things related to endchan's /pol/ here. I am open to any and all questions, comments, suggestions, etc.
Thank you anon who provided a zip of the .pl flags.
Edited last time by ocelotte on 03/21/2017 (Tue) 22:29:42.
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Anonymous 03/29/2017 (Wed) 22:04:30 Id: c327a2 [Preview] No. 35459 del
Also Anne Frank is a fake historical persona
So this meme is pushing three false narratives at once
>gas chambers
>jewish flesh being used in production
>Anne Frank

Anonymous 03/29/2017 (Wed) 23:51:56 Id: c7b1eb [Preview] No. 35463 del
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Anonymous 03/30/2017 (Thu) 00:06:58 Id: 92a925 [Preview] No. 35467 del

Anne Frank is a crisis actor.


Anonymous 03/30/2017 (Thu) 00:12:41 Id: 92a925 [Preview] No. 35468 del

Reminder that Smiley is at least half-Jewish (his father's surname is "Schueler").

Anonymous Board owner 03/30/2017 (Thu) 00:51:28 Id: eb5562 [Preview] No. 35470 del
>Both arguments are irrelevant? Especially the second one.
I'm not really trying to have an argument with you, I'm not taking them down simply because you don't like them. If you want to make more banners I'll add them if they're decent. I think they're all 600x200.
>Assuming endchan has a noble goal, then it is counterproductive to that goal, whatever the goal is.
>imageboards have to have goals
This is how I can tell you've let the narrative-driven faggotry on cuckchan and now b8chan infect your mind. The "goal" is to have a place for like-minded individuals to hang out and shoot the shit, some irreverent humor isn't going to hinder that unless you let it.

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/8meta/ 4th thread - do we not have a postlimit? Edition Anonymous 03/11/2017 (Sat) 07:35:53 Id: b071a1 [Preview] No. 34243 [Reply]
Discuss here all things 8chan related, as well as meta-discussion regarding other imageboards.
Talk about bans, mod abuse, and drama from other imageboards here. Threads about imageboard drama outside of this will be locked.

Old Threads:
archive.fo/4Iltd (2)
archive.fo/qHr36 (3)
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Anonymous 03/29/2017 (Wed) 04:55:35 Id: ca12c0 [Preview] No. 35423 del
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Yet another example of mods suppressing practical and basic opposition to antifa. Seriously why bump lock a thread of some anon honestly asking how to better argue against Marxism?

Anonymous 03/29/2017 (Wed) 05:50:15 Id: b071a1 [Preview] No. 35425 del
Someone probably reported the namefag and mods decided to bury the thread so that the BSRs don't see an opposing viewpoint.

Anonymous 03/29/2017 (Wed) 07:05:16 Id: 371e7b [Preview] No. 35439 del

Well, the Phoenicians invented the first alphabet.

The Phoenicians weren't Jews, but apparently there was some genetic and cultural connection between them. The Phoenicians are most closely genetically related to modern Lebanese.

Anonymous 03/29/2017 (Wed) 16:21:52 Id: b6c4a3 [Preview] No. 35452 del
>not nearly as reliant on welfare as city-dwelling cucks and shitskins.
welfare is way bigger out in the rural areas due to no jobs existing

Anonymous 03/29/2017 (Wed) 23:59:16 Id: 5615c2 [Preview] No. 35465 del
>welfare is way bigger out in the rural areas due to no jobs existing

And due to dumb rednecks sitting on their asses and watching Jewish TV shows all day.

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Terry A. Davis And TempleOS Announcement Thread Anonymous 03/28/2017 (Tue) 02:30:48 Id: f108fd [Preview] No. 35358 [Reply]
Hey guys, in case any of you aren't aware, there's a guy named Terry Davis who created an OS called TempleOS, basically he claims that it is the third temple and that God himself bestowed upon Terry divine intellect to help him design it. CIA niggers fuck with this dude all the time and recently even got his primary channel removed. He's redpilled as fuck and is constantly BTFO'ing CIA niggers left and right. A good time is to be had by all in the chat and everything he talks about and everything the chat talks about aligns pretty well with commonly held /pol/ beliefs. If you are afraid this is just a datamining thread to get your YouTube accounts then use a throwaway.

Really, the primary reason I made this thread is because I feel as many people as possible should know about Terry so that they can share in his glory and so that his message can be spread far and wide. He has proven God countless times in his streams through the use of certified random numbers (all of which that are platinum kilogram certified random numbers) and all in all he is probably the single most based man on planet earth. Be sure to check him out, his LiveStreams are a total hoot.

PS, back in 1999 he ran over a CIA nigger with his car and killed him and he also has a space alien trading post that he runs out of his bedroom.

See you guys in the chat! And please, partake in as much shitposting and memeing as possible.

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Anonymous 03/29/2017 (Wed) 06:35:00 Id: e8e31a [Preview] No. 35427 del
>I think the combination of his father's obvious high intelligence along with his connections to defense programs...

Correction: Terry Davis is a D.I.A. intelligence asset, not C.I.A.

Anonymous 03/29/2017 (Wed) 06:36:13 Id: e8e31a [Preview] No. 35428 del

Or maybe he's just a U.S. Govt. military intelligence agent running an operation on you.

Did you ever consider that possibility, Infotard?

Anonymous 03/30/2017 (Thu) 00:54:50 Id: 41e046 [Preview] No. 35471 del
Considering that possibility would make me an infotard, much simpler to think he's just a smart guy that went awry like Teddy.
Not everything is a CIA psyop, sometimes people just lose it, sometimes that losing it is prompted by sketchy mind-control experiments(like Ted, who signed up for an essay contest and was berated by some psychologist as part of a pavolv-tier operant conditioning experiment)

Anonymous 03/30/2017 (Thu) 03:04:59 Id: 445863 [Preview] No. 35472 del
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I suppose it's just a coincidence then that Ted ended up doing what he did after taking part in those MK Ultra experiments(LOL). Proof that a "terrorist" subject underwent MK Ultra experiments and yet people will still say he just happened to lose his mind.

I was talking about that subject in a thread on 8chan like a year or two ago and right after those posts the section about Ted on the MKUltra page got wiped. It's still in the Wayback Machine though.

Anonymous 03/30/2017 (Thu) 05:52:53 Id: 4fd17c [Preview] No. 35481 del
>Harvard psychologist Henry Murray

Every single time.

Anonymous 03/30/2017 (Thu) 05:38:25 Id: 6f3499 [Preview] No. 35474 [Reply]
Republikike Congress Moves to Overturn Obama-Era Online Privacy Rules
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WASHINGTON — Congress completed its overturning of the nation’s strongest internet privacy protections for individuals on Tuesday in a victory for telecommunications companies, which can track and sell a customer’s online information with greater ease.

In a 215-to-205 vote largely along party lines, House Republicans moved to dismantle rules created by the Federal Communications Commission in October. Those rules, which had been slated to go into effect later this year, had required broadband providers to receive permission before collecting data on a user’s online activities.

The action, which follows a similar vote in the Senate last week, will next be brought to President Trump, who is expected to sign the bill into law. A swift repeal may be a prelude to further deregulation of the telecommunications industry.

Republicans said President Barack Obama’s appointee to the F.C.C., Tom Wheeler, had created a slew of overbearing rules for broadband providers that would put them at a disadvantage relative to internet companies like Google and Netflix. Those internet companies are not regulated by the F.C.C. but are increasingly in competition with telecom companies for online streaming customers.

Lawmakers and Republican regulators at the F.C.C. have said they plan to target the 2015 classification of broadband as a utilitylike service that is strapped with strong regulatory oversight. They are also set to seek the overturning of Obama-era net neutrality rules that forbade broadband providers from blocking, slowing down or charging extra for downloads of websites and apps.

“What we’ve created is confusion, and this is the way to rein in an agency that was overreaching,” said Marsha Blackburn, Republican of Tennessee, who introduced the House bill to overturn the privacy rules. She used the Congressional Review Act in a procedure that lets lawmakers scrap regulations recently created by government agencies.

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How the Republikikes Sold Your Privacy to Internet Providers
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On Tuesday afternoon, while most people were focused on the latest news from the House Intelligence Committee, the House quietly voted to undo rules that keep internet service providers — the companies like Comcast, Verizon and Charter that you pay for online access — from selling your personal information.

The Senate already approved the bill, on a party-line vote, last week, which means that in the coming days President Trump will be able to sign legislation that will strike a significant blow against online privacy protection.

The bill not only gives cable companies and wireless providers free rein to do what they like with your browsing history, shopping habits, your location and other information gleaned from your online activity, but it would also prevent the Federal Communications Commission from ever again establishing similar consumer privacy protections.

The bill is an effort by the F.C.C.’s new Republican majority and congressional Republicans to overturn a simple but vitally important concept — namely that the information that goes over a network belongs to you as the consumer, not to the network hired to carry it. It’s an old idea: For decades, in both Republican and Democratic administrations, federal rules have protected the privacy of the information in a telephone call. In 2016, the F.C.C., which I led as chairman under President Barack Obama, extended those same protections to the internet.

To my Democratic colleagues and me, the digital tracks that a consumer leaves when using a network are the property of that consumer. They contain private information about personal preferences, health problems and financial matters. Our Republican colleagues on the commission argued the data should be available for the network to sell. The commission vote was 3-2 in favor of consumers.

Reversing those protections is a dream for cable and telephone companies, which want to capitalize on the value of such personal information. I understand that network executives want to produce the highest return for shareholders by selling consumers’ information. The problem is they are selling something that doesn’t belong to them.

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Anonymous 03/30/2017 (Thu) 05:40:14 Id: 6f3499 [Preview] No. 35477 del
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Here’s one perverse result of this action. When you make a voice call on your smartphone, the information is protected: Your phone company can’t sell the fact that you are calling car dealerships to others who want to sell you a car. But if the same device and the same network are used to contact car dealers through the internet, that information — the same information, in fact — can be captured and sold by the network. To add insult to injury, you pay the network a monthly fee for the privilege of having your information sold to the highest bidder.

This bill isn’t the only gift to the industry. The Trump F.C.C. recently voted to stay requirements that internet service providers must take “reasonable measures” to protect confidential information they hold on their customers, such as Social Security numbers and credit card information. This is not a hypothetical risk — in 2015 AT&T was fined $25 million for shoddy practices that allowed employees to steal and sell the private information of 280,000 customers.

Among the many calamities engendered by the circus atmosphere of this White House is the diversion of public attention away from many other activities undertaken by the Republican-controlled government. Nobody seemed to notice when the Trump F.C.C. dropped the requirement about networks protecting information because we were all riveted by the Russian hacking of the election and the attempted repeal of Obamacare.

There’s a lot of hypocrisy at play here: The man who has raged endlessly at the alleged surveillance of the communications of his aides (and potentially himself) will most likely soon gladly sign a bill that allows unrestrained sale of the personal information of any American using the internet.

Apparently, the Trump administration and its allies in Congress value privacy for themselves over the privacy of the Americans who put them in office. What is good business for powerful cable and phone companies is just tough luck for the rest of us.

Anonymous 03/30/2017 (Thu) 05:41:13 Id: 6f3499 [Preview] No. 35478 del
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What the Republikike Repeal of Online Privacy Protections Means for You
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The overturning of new privacy rules probably won’t make much difference because internet service providers have always been permitted to monitor network traffic, see what websites users visit and share some of that information with advertisers. Credit Todd Heisler/The New York Times

SAN FRANCISCO — Congress on Tuesday moved to dismantle online privacy rules created during the Obama era. The rules, which were scheduled to take effect this year, would have required internet providers to get permission before collecting and selling a customer’s online information, including browsing activities.

What does this mean for your privacy and what can you do? Here’s what to know.

What online privacy rules did Congress overturn?

Congress voted to overturn rules created by the Federal Communications Commission in October that required broadband providers to get your permission before collecting private data on your online activities and offering it for sale to advertisers.

How does that affect my online privacy?

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Anonymous 03/30/2017 (Thu) 05:41:25 Id: 6f3499 [Preview] No. 35479 del

Which VPN should I get?

Ms. Sandvik recommended Freedome by F-Secure and said TunnelBear was another popular option.

The Wirecutter, the product recommendations site owned by The New York Times, highlighted a service called Private Internet Access.

What else can help?

People who are concerned about their privacy might also consider using Tor, a type of software that helps internet users mask their online identities and whereabouts, Ms. Sandvik said.

Tor essentially encrypts your browsing activity and bounces a website request to multiple servers, decrypting layers of information about the request with every server “hop,” which makes it difficult to see from where and whom the original request came.

What are the downsides of VPN and Tor?

Some services might break: for example, Netflix blocks VPN users from accessing its content. And Tor often makes web browsing sluggish.

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Anonymous 03/30/2017 (Thu) 05:43:36 Id: 9f60a8 [Preview] No. 35480 del
u lost the point

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Hyperreality, anti-intellectuali 01/25/2017 (Wed) 05:39:03 Id: a0e420 [Preview] No. 30945 [Reply]
During the past several years, we have witnessed a huge, coordinated attack by (((powers that be))) on chans and other previously obscure online communities.

The mass media brainwashing, relativization of everything and rabid anti-intellectualism have taken over what seemed to be one of last bastions of intelligent thought and free speech on the internet.

Left wing and right wing communities have undergone the same neutralization process. Left wing became SJW's, Right wing became alt-kikes. There is a clear neutralization pattern for any kind of non-conformist movement that emerges and starts gaining fraction. What we have witnessed happen with 4chan/GG, also happened with /pol/. And it seems to be the overall blueprint for controlling dissent on the internet

>Hyperreality is seen as a condition in which what is real and what is fiction are seamlessly blended together so that there is no clear distinction between where one ends and the other begins.[1] It allows the co-mingling of physical reality with virtual reality (VR) and human intelligence with artificial intelligence (AI).[1] Individuals may find themselves, for different reasons, more in tune or involved with the hyperreal world and less with the physical real world.

So there you have it, AI, "meme magic" , echo chambers and everything else in one package

>In his analysis of the spectacular society, Debord notes that quality of life is impoverished,[6] with such lack of authenticity, human perceptions are affected, and there's also a degradation of knowledge, with the hindering of critical thought.[7] Debord analyzes the use of knowledge to assuage reality: the spectacle obfuscates the past, imploding it with the future into an undifferentiated mass, a type of never-ending present; in this way the spectacle prevents individuals from realizing that the society of spectacle is only a moment in history, one that can be overturned through revolution

And here we have constant shilling with irrelevant garbage, fake news and reality TV politicians.

Constant influx of millennials which got raised on this is not helping either. Basically, the fight between "leftists" and "rightists" that is a centrally spun narrative today is a fight between 1984 and Brave New World.
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Anonymous 03/29/2017 (Wed) 22:12:15 [Preview] No. 35460 del
You do not have to be gay that is his gimmick though. Comedian Theo Von said offhandedly "You have got to just gun down the rich that has always been my motto.". His personality allows for that. It also allowed him to talk about seeing child porn as a child and not knowing what it was. Something Milo could not approach pedophilia.
That is just an example of confidence Milo is a cryptokike son of a pedocriminal club owner. Milo may have been responsible for the pulse nightclub shooting as he was in the city as it happened and even spoke at the place after the fact.

Anonymous 03/29/2017 (Wed) 22:17:05 Id: c9ed53 [Preview] No. 35461 del
While I don't disagree
>Saw CP and thought it was just a picture of a child


Anonymous 03/29/2017 (Wed) 23:58:35 Id: 4fe69c [Preview] No. 35464 del

This. Milo is a confirmed U.K. intelligence agent. He slipped up with his OPSEC a couple of years before he became famous. Oops!

And this image needs to be edited. "IBM" should have a red outline around it, because IBM is a CIA contractor.

Anonymous 03/30/2017 (Thu) 00:03:59 Id: 4fe69c [Preview] No. 35466 del
>And after the CIA leaks we know the CIA contracts MI6, and vice versa, because the CIA isn't allowed to operate on US soil. Is it any coincidence the same fucking psyops are happening across the totality of the Five Eyes' clay?

Yes. But also don't forget that the NSA contracts out to GCHQ to do its dirty work surveilling U.S. citizens inside the United States. This fact was revealed by Snowden's document leaks.

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QTDDTOT Thread Anonymous 05/22/2016 (Sun) 22:47:11 Id: 76885b [Preview] No. 14150 [Reply]
Questions That Don't Deserve Their Own Thread



go here.
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Anonymous 03/29/2017 (Wed) 12:19:20 Id: 2e7834 [Preview] No. 35448 del
>Didn't National Socialist Germany have a very good structure?
Perhaps internally it had a good policy, but foreign policy was too militaristic (from which you can tell that it was meant to clash and "synthesize" with Marxist Russia; the synthesis being the League of Nations 2.0).
I'm more of an "Industrial Society and its Future" kind of guy so I don't really care about anything apart from making sure I don't get unknowingly or forcefully genetically engineered with something like this >>35256 or forcefully merged with a Big Data AI into the Borg that is global sheeple or something. But to each his own I guess.

Anonymous 03/29/2017 (Wed) 13:01:38 Id: aceafe [Preview] No. 35450 del
On that note then, what do you think would be the best and most rational type of government?

Anonymous 03/29/2017 (Wed) 13:48:14 Id: 2e7834 [Preview] No. 35451 del
I wouldn't call it the most "rational", but the more decentralized and localized the more natural it is for Man. We've lived the great majority of our existence as a species in small bands, clans, families and tribes, before the jews' ancestors came up with this abomination that is about to render us extinct through gen-eng and cybernetics, all in the name of immanentizing the eschaton, of a self-fulfilling constantly prophesied progress.
We're about to die and there's no time for any other division apart from the sentient (feeling) and sapient (wise) and humane individual in his close, familial groups, against the centralizing techno-globalist gnostic-masonic jewish elites. Or else we'll bicker until we finally soon unwittingly extinguish ourselves and any semblance of natural human beauty, or any beauty that could have existed.

Anonymous 03/29/2017 (Wed) 23:15:43 Id: 5cb442 [Preview] No. 35462 del
>forcefully merged with a Big Data AI
wasn't this Google's prediction for the first "real" AI, some kind of mindlink or using people connected to a network to create said AI

Anonymous 03/30/2017 (Thu) 00:13:16 Id: 79857d [Preview] No. 35469 del
It's too much of an easy step now because we're already so conditioned to the internet, that "hooking up" to a Big Data AI would probably be seamless to the average mind.
Fresh in the news -> h ttps://archive.is/Uclpu
It's almost funny how news like this is straight in your face and yet still everyone’s just paralyzed with some sort of weird thought inertia. We're either already mind controlled or it might just be the incredible stupidity of common folk. I'm personally betting on the latter but you never know.

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Anonymous 03/23/2017 (Thu) 17:49:22 [Preview] No. 35044 [Reply]
Why are old posts from over a year ago being saved on Endchan's database?

Thanks to >>34988 making an error with quoting a different poster, he has linked instead to post >>3485, which shows us a post from January 6, 2016. I thought when a thread 404s, all posts are deleted for good. I guess the .xyz domain name should've been a clue. It's like deja vu from when 4chan deleted /new/ in 2009 and relaunched it in 2010, but saved all of the old posts from 2009 before shutting it down before too many goyim knew.

To see how many old posts are being saved, I'll just link to a random bunch of posts that should be gone by now:
>>1 >>200 >>2005 >>10000 >>12345 >>1488 >>9374 >>7890 >>3827 >>1920 >>2608 >>14928 >>7777 >>33 >>100 etc.

So, let's review our experience of End/pol/:
1. On a board using a strongly Zionist-connected domain name (.xyz, and according to h ttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/.xyz, "On .xyz domains, it's forbidden to defame: Justin Bieber, Oprah Winfrey, and Daniel Negari (CEO of XYZ[2]).[3]")
2. Has obviously shitstirring users who go unpunished (GLPtard, who the mod seems to protect, and the potato nigger spammer (likely learningcode or whoever the faggot was that spammed against "Germanics" back on 4chon.net) who goes unpunished for at least a week after shitstirring and derailing threads (and who uses a proxy, making bans futile, post/thread deletion would be better))
3. And now, is apparently harvesting old posts even though they've supposedly 404ed.
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Anonymous 03/25/2017 (Sat) 11:55:01 [Preview] No. 35186 del
You're just trolling at this point.
Try to read >>35139
Or: call a friend; ask some family members; roll a dice and do 50/50. One of those should decipher the complex statement in >>35139

Anonymous 03/25/2017 (Sat) 22:50:04 [Preview] No. 35221 del
Had problems otherwise and I'd figured TOR was being denied by my cellular ISP, but I got through.

TOR being the reason posts aren't being cached was unlikely but I had to check anyway, never know when you're dealing with ISRAELIBAD SHITSCRIPTING

Anonymous Board owner 03/26/2017 (Sun) 00:32:37 Id: b9accd [Preview] No. 35236 del
From what I understand this issue is caused by the preview function that is tied to postlink previews being stored after the thread 404s as evidenced by >>>/operate/5852
I don't think it has anything to do with onions.
Edited last time by ocelotte on 03/26/2017 (Sun) 00:34:57.

Balrog Admin 03/29/2017 (Wed) 12:41:07 Id: cebce3 [Preview] No. 35449 del
All right I'm probably going to regret this but I should probably explain some shit here.

The thing with preview links not dying with the associated thread is a bug, plain and simple. (Think about it, if we wanted to save 404'd posts for nefarious purposes, then why in the blue fuck would we make it accessible to the public and risk a thread just like this one? Shit doesn't add up.) If you want to help fix it you can talk about it in the /operate/ thread the BO posted. File links not dying is actually a lynxchan feature, part of the deduplication system is that it holds on to files that aren't accessible anymore so that if someone tries to upload one of them again it doesn't have to be reupload. That it keeps file links in archives alive is more of a happy coincidence than anything else.

The internet running the .xyz registry doesn't have any control over what goes on over sites using the .xyz TLD, because all domain name registries (which are NOT the same thing as registrars like Namecheap and 1&1) do is maintain a database of records to the effect of "X domain is active for Y period and is controlled by Z nameserver." Sure, you could poison the database, but if you did that you'd lose your rights to the TLD fast.

Anonymous Board owner 03/29/2017 (Wed) 17:45:15 Id: 9a88d7 [Preview] No. 35453 del
Thanks, figured it would be something like this.

Trump did something good for once Anonymous 03/28/2017 (Tue) 21:36:00 Id: c51d58 [Preview] No. 35392 [Reply]
>A House panel on Tuesday approved legislation that would let a government watchdog audit the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy decisions, a move bitterly opposed by the central bank.

>The House Committee on oversight and government reform passed the measure by voice vote after roughly 30 minutes of debate.

>The bill was the brainchild of Ron Paul, the former House Republican and libertarian presidential candidate and sharp critic of the U.S. monetary policy. Versions of the bill have twice passed the House by wide margins but then stalled due to lack of support from Democrats in the Senate and the Obama administration.

>Analysts said the measure has a better chance to become law now that Republicans control both houses of Congress and the White House. Paul’s son, Rand, the Republican senator from Kentucky, has introduced a similar measure in the Senate.

>Democrats in the committee were firmly against the bill. “This bill would open the floodgates to political interference in monetary-policy making,” said Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, a Democrat from the District of Columbia. Rep. Carolyn Maloney, a Democrat from New York, said the measure would lead to higher interest rates because it would undermine the market’s confidence in the independence of the central bank. Republicans said the measure was needed to rein in the Fed.

>“It is ironic that the arsonists that caused the financial collapse are now being given credit…for putting out the fire. Almost every macroeconomist concedes in retrospect that [the Fed’s] extended period of easy money led to the financial crisis,” said Rep. Thomas Massie, a Republican from Kentucky.

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Anonymous 03/29/2017 (Wed) 04:53:15 Id: a82656 [Preview] No. 35421 del
>fed getting audited

The kikes will make the mantle of this planet boil in nuclear hellfire before that happens in any real, honest capacity. How fucking deluded are you?

Anonymous 03/29/2017 (Wed) 06:45:14 Id: 89df1f [Preview] No. 35430 del
>fed getting audited
>ron paul
>rand paul

Back to Infowhores, patriotard.

Anonymous 03/29/2017 (Wed) 07:44:50 Id: 5bb7fb [Preview] No. 35441 del
>I was using autism as a pejorative not in the literal sense.
No need for that kind of self-deprecation. We're all "autists" here.

Anonymous 03/29/2017 (Wed) 08:16:53 Id: a73cb9 [Preview] No. 35442 del
They need to make it happen and soon, so they can blame conservatism for the collapse of the dollar, and the US as a whole.

Anonymous 03/29/2017 (Wed) 08:20:40 Id: a73cb9 [Preview] No. 35443 del
And it doesn't need to be a "real, honest" audit either.
Just the mere perception of political interference with monetary policy will destabilize the dollar.

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Hitler was a Rothschild bastard Anonymous 02/28/2017 (Tue) 03:55:19 Id: fedba0 [Preview] No. 33605 [Reply]
Hitler was a Rothschild bastard

> The central bank of central banks: The Bank of International Settlements (BIS) was a result of Hitler.
>The United Nations (UN) was a result of Hitler
>Hitler captured and release a (((Rothschild)))

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Anyone have this book:
Inside the Gestapo by Hansjurgen Koehler
The Mind of Adolf Hitler by Walter Langer
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Anonymous 03/29/2017 (Wed) 04:53:50 Id: 74a9b8 [Preview] No. 35422 del
>wicked as his actions and philosophy may be, but as the expression of a state of mind existing in millions of people, not only in Germany but, to a smaller degree, in all civilized countries. To remove Hitler may be a necessary first step, but it would not be the cure
Always knew yid-freaks were behind the medicalization of whiteness, all that shit about "white people be crazy yo" is just to gaslight and cull any potential greatness that the white race may produce before it can even get started.

Sick shit.

Anonymous 03/29/2017 (Wed) 06:46:49 Id: 31c48e [Preview] No. 35431 del

She doesn't look Jewish.

Take your meds, Tyrone.

Anonymous 03/29/2017 (Wed) 06:49:06 Id: 9be87c [Preview] No. 35433 del
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>Is not an ashkenazi name, it's a German one

schulz is a german name too and goldschmied and hirsch and the others.
you lost your credit and exposed yourself as a rather simple minded shill right away by ignoring the fact that most ashkenazi jewish names overlap with german names.
(and schicklgruber is more a jew name than a german name)

>Learn how to identify yids schlomo
i do!
ID: 35385 - JUDE

>Even under Nuremberg laws 1/8th jew would be tolerated
>in a thread about hitlers roots ignore hitlers jewish ancestry

>good jews

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Anonymous 03/29/2017 (Wed) 06:52:41 Id: 31c48e [Preview] No. 35434 del
>you lost your credit and exposed yourself as a rather simple minded shill right away by ignoring the fact that most ashkenazi jewish names overlap with german names.

But that's just proof that Jews and Germans are symbiotic cultural groups.

Anonymous 03/29/2017 (Wed) 07:14:50 Id: 9be87c [Preview] No. 35440 del
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>But that's just proof that Jews are symbiotic


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What happens when we die? Anonymous 03/25/2017 (Sat) 18:40:01 Id: 800045 [Preview] No. 35202 [Reply]
May not be /pol/ related but I think it is since world jewry runs the biggest religions and has hijacked non-Abrahamic systems as well.

So what do you speculate may happen when we die? Do we cease to be, do we reincarnate, do we go into another reality, or what?

Are there any articles or teachings you recommend on this, or any speculations you might have?
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Anonymous 03/29/2017 (Wed) 06:47:24 [Preview] No. 35432 del
You go into a eternal DMT trip and then meets the Spinoza "substance"... not really, I'm a existencial nihilist.
You guys should meet a thing called "cognitivism" and stop believing all these bullshit.

Anonymous 03/29/2017 (Wed) 06:59:32 Id: c977f8 [Preview] No. 35435 del
>I don't understand the Blart reference.

Sure you don't, blart.

Anonymous 03/29/2017 (Wed) 07:00:44 Id: c977f8 [Preview] No. 35436 del

blart is probably on cripple/chan/ under different personas/gimmicks.

Anonymous 03/29/2017 (Wed) 07:01:35 Id: c977f8 [Preview] No. 35437 del
>1 Thessalonians 2:14-15

Well known post-Pauline interpolation.

Anonymous 03/29/2017 (Wed) 07:03:19 Id: c977f8 [Preview] No. 35438 del

Literally. Christianity started as a Jewish financial scam by a Jewish rabbi (Paul). And the best part is the evidence for it is contained in Paul's own letters in the NT.