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Bernd 12/01/2020 (Tue) 19:51:28 [Preview] No. 41253 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
I am not Pole
wtf


Bernd 12/01/2020 (Tue) 20:06:31 [Preview] No.41254 del
Use .net or .gg, if neither fixes it, we'll see if we can correct the geolocation.



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new news thread Bernd 11/24/2020 (Tue) 22:46:50 [Preview] No. 41160 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Since the other one is autosäging.
Here's the link to the reply of Turkbernd to Brbernd: >>41154

In other news:
>20th Enlarged Meeting of Political Bureau of 7th Central Committee of WPK Held
...in North Korea - says Rodong Sinmun.
>The Chinese mainland reported 20 new imported COVID-19 cases Monday, bringing the total number of imported cases to 3,804.
- says China Daily
http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/a/202011/24/WS5fbc5ddca31024ad0ba95fe5.html
>the number of covid cases increased only with 6000 since March in China
- says CCP
Wow, this might mean about the half of the new cases are imported.
>Russian vaccine is very good
- says Russia
https://www.rt.com/russia/507660-sputnik-vaccine-effective-mandatory/
>won't give moneyz to Hungary because nazi
- says EU

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Bernd 11/30/2020 (Mon) 20:54:17 [Preview] No.41239 del
Something is brewing in France, can be a nothingburger or just a preparation for the next presidential election (they are about the half time to that, it comes in 2022). A draft of a new law package was leaked, it's aligned with the declared intention of Macron and the French government to force secularism onto the Muslim citizens of France.
It is ofc a step that has to be taken (since they have to react with something, they can't just walk by of these) after the recent attacks in France, the beheading of the teacher, and the knife attack in Nice.
https://www.politico.eu/article/what-macron-forgot-about-islamist-separatism/
The article presents basically one point of these laws, namely to teach children about the democratic values of France, and taking away the formation of the narrative from Muslim educational institutions. This means the ban of homeschooling, registration of the students of private schools, and the supervision of those schools by closing down unaccredited ones. Furthermore it might forces everyone else (native the French population) to stop homeschooling their kids. The article mentions special exceptions and not sure how prominent this kind of education in France.
The article doesn't really talk about the other parts of this proposition. But I found more in a Hungarian article.
https://index.hu/kulfold/2020/11/29/macron_szolasszabadsag_precedens_koztarsasag/
They would have also regulated the curriculum of the higher education, they want to steer from the wind blowing from America which preach about systemic racism and Islamophobia, because it undermines the usual French view of secularism regardless of race or religion. In the end it seems they'll leave this out, however they will ban assembles intending to disturb of peace and order of the institutions. No more lynching of teachers, they wish.
A third law would introduce censorship with the ban of sharing nasheeds over social media, plus banning live broadcast/narrowcast of demonstrations (and how police beats up demonstrators). In parallel they would enable the police to use drones in the monitoring of public spaces and live feed from police bodycams (not to the public ofc).

>>41236
Managed to get into Hungarian news too.
https://index.hu/kulfold/2020/11/30/a_kinai_kormanynak_szegyellnie_kell_magat/


Bernd 12/01/2020 (Tue) 11:08:17 [Preview] No.41245 del
Funny how the intended replacement for islam is not christianity, or judaism, or shintoism, or even atheism but """democracy""" lel
>taking away the formation of the narrative from Muslim educational institutions
And parents. Indeed, control of the children's mind is prerogative of the democratic state. Nothing new, this would simply bring muslims in line with the rest of goyim.
>want to steer from the wind blowing from America
ORLY?
>In the end it seems they'll leave this out
Ohh, too bad. Better luck next time, fellow frogs.
>however they will ban assembles
Sweet. Much better now


Bernd 12/01/2020 (Tue) 11:09:52 [Preview] No.41246 del
>>41236
shitposting diplomacy
i like it


Bernd 12/01/2020 (Tue) 16:11:50 [Preview] No.41248 del
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Cube assassinates another prominent iranian in his own land: Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, scientist allegedly involved in nuclear energy research.


Bernd 12/01/2020 (Tue) 18:45:10 [Preview] No.41252 del
>>41245
The basis of their reasoning is that Christianity is already banished from the decision making process of the state (they can participate as lobbyists ofc) basically in all Christian countries. Secular state means this, the division of government and religion. Religion is a private matter not a public.
However in the countries of Islam rarely this is the case (if at all) and the immigrants bring this mentality with them. I haven't read Koran, but I would bet 10 HUF that according to Islam the state and Islam is inseparable. Luttwak in his book about coups he mentions that in Muslim countries no coupists dare to mess with the church, everyone has to declare their fidelity to Islam.
So the growing numbers of Muslims in Europe will be a problem, and now Macron and co. try to address this by educating/raising them that no church has a place in the politics of the state. It seems to me they try to create their "liberal/moderate Islam" they already preach about a few years now despite it does not exist. Islam is one, although there are groups who try to gain power through it (most notably ISIS, but as far as I know Erdogan also plays that game, just in a softer form). The weak secular Christians can't stop the influence of the Islam, every new child born, every new immigrant arriving it gets stronger and gains more playground. Those who whisper in the ears of the imams can control what the masses think, and as long as not the French government is the whisperer those masses are potential source of terrorism (although I'm not sure this is the right term to use) but more importantly they can exploit them less as voter base.
So all in all I don't think it is just a reaction to make France more safe from Islam inspired attacks, but to secure the new voters, so just daily politics as always.
Also one of the article mentions that the larger part of young Muslims does not care about the role of Islam in politics, but growing number of youth turns to radical ideas and fundamentalism.



Bernd 12/01/2020 (Tue) 09:56:26 [Preview] No. 41243 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Did you know that Herod the Great was actually an Arab? He wasn’t even allowed to enter the temple he build.


Bernd 12/01/2020 (Tue) 10:04:55 [Preview] No.41244 del
Also I am not Pole


Bernd 12/01/2020 (Tue) 15:46:55 [Preview] No.41247 del
why did they build such a big temple?


Bernd 12/01/2020 (Tue) 16:46:17 [Preview] No.41249 del
>>41244
Are you sure? That would explain the Biblical topic of choice.

>>41243
I did not know that. I read Josephus Flavius' Antiquities but most of it is just a blur now.
I think the word Arab might be kinda anachronistic, no? What was his ethnicity? Something local? Or came from the peninsula somewhere?


Bernd 12/01/2020 (Tue) 17:36:55 [Preview] No.41250 del
>>41247
Judea was a rich province. Well the whole east was that. And monumental construction was the bread and butter of antiquity.


Bernd 12/01/2020 (Tue) 17:50:32 [Preview] No.41251 del
I did not know that, also I don't believe you.



Wages of Destruction Bernd 07/09/2019 (Tue) 20:28:52 [Preview] No. 27926 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
As I promised I'll write about this book.
It's quite lengthy but you'll reach the end if you read at your own pace. Most of the book isn't dense for me, an economic layman, with the exception of the parts about trade, which left me confused. I'll write what I manage to understand.
The author wrote it to argue in historiographical debates and make some points, but I read it just to add to my historical knowledge.

I'll write in sections, at most one a day so Bernd doesn't get overwhelmed, and will try to make the sections more thematic rather than just a sythesis of each chapter, as Hitler himself suggests in Mein Kampf for how one should mentally organize knowledge. I want to write about:

-Trade and controls of foreign currency and raw materials
-Budgets and revenue
-Agrarianism
-Businessmen and workers
-Consumer goods
-The fate of different industries
-Rearmament
-General progression from 1933 to 1939

If I give up on writing I hope at least to cover the prewar period. I also hope to write on:
-Armaments priorities until 1940

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Bernd 05/18/2020 (Mon) 22:20:21 [Preview] No.36850 del


Bernd 05/18/2020 (Mon) 22:31:54 [Preview] No.36851 del
I forgot the scale!


Bernd 05/20/2020 (Wed) 04:54:22 [Preview] No.36860 del
>>36840
So he was not completely wrong but he did make some mistakes. This seems to happen, people will quote a source and will seem to have either not read it or not remembered parts of it.


Bernd 12/01/2020 (Tue) 02:21:23 [Preview] No.41241 del
100%. Now with an index and better quality pictures from a newer edition and my own graphs. I'll do this for my national research and hopefully other threads will get the same treatment, compiling the intellectual output of the /kc/ think-tank into a handful of .pdfs.


Bernd 12/01/2020 (Tue) 06:43:26 [Preview] No.41242 del
>>41241
>hopefully other threads will get the same treatment
I wish. We'll see. Gonna try to scrape together something. You really are an exemplary Bernd, thank you for your persistence and diligence you treat this board with. Even if this might sound sentimental or something (maybe cheesy the word, I dunno).



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Bernd 06/24/2020 (Wed) 13:35:09 [Preview] No. 38057 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
At present the world lacks a place for valiant souls. Is this a realm of hell to exile valiant souls to then? So that they must be tormented in meaninglessness, unable to follow the path of the warrior. Or rather is this a world where there are no valiant souls to have a place to begin with?
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Bernd 11/18/2020 (Wed) 07:18:12 [Preview] No.41049 del
>>41047
Maybe not deep sea but there are lots of interesting thinks along the shoreline that I might want to explore(well not here). Most nations have flood myths and it's because the sea has risen and as cities are want to be sited along bodies of water many of them were flooded. I think that would be nice to explore if they don't all get discovered before I can.


Bernd 11/18/2020 (Wed) 15:49:34 [Preview] No.41053 del
since the earth is flat there is plenty to discover


Bernd 11/21/2020 (Sat) 14:23:05 [Preview] No.41097 del
In our lifetime it is possible that sea levels will rise to the point that much of the coastal cities and regions of the earth are sunken, including the Kingless state of savages known as Bangladesh in all of it's entirety.

Should this come to pass then with any luck the world will be thrown into chaos as the myriad of brown folk fight over the land and resources that remain. Sadly I think I will be too old to take a part in this however, I don't know which sovereign would be deserving my service anyway.


Bernd 11/21/2020 (Sat) 16:42:37 [Preview] No.41100 del
>>41034
>Umm. No.
He gone bernd

>>41048
I can see it now. The Bernd Aquatic, with Hungarybernd. We just need to find somebody to fund us

>>41047
Most of the deep sea floor is still completely undiscovered. Modern Submarines can't handle the high pressure. Who knows what Lovecraftian creatures are hidden underneath the surface?


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>>41100
>Who knows what Lovecraftian creatures



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15th of November - Republic Day Bernd 11/16/2018 (Fri) 01:56:56 [Preview] No. 20613 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Today we celebrate and glorify Pedro II's overthrow in a military coup 129 years ago, marking our transformation into a banana republic. The strongman who led the coup is even in every 25 cent coin.
As typical, Temer spoke about the virtues and strength of liberal democracy even though the Braganza were more liberally democratic than the following regimes.
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Bernd 11/29/2020 (Sun) 16:55:21 [Preview] No.41228 del
>>41214
>>41215
Kinda sad. Filho was good for fishing out the potato from the coals, then was moved to the side. Or rather he had the balls to make the first move, but not to take what he could think his - if that was ever possible. I wish I could see in their hedas.
>Just look at his face
picrel


Bernd 11/29/2020 (Sun) 17:04:16 [Preview] No.41229 del
>>41228
Where I left the picrel.


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Heh, file contained error.


Bernd 11/29/2020 (Sun) 23:07:33 [Preview] No.41233 del
>>41228
>I wish I could see in their hedas
The resentment is blatant in his memoir. It's by far the most caustic and bitter source I've read, laying a barrage of insults and criticism against most of the other figures - Guedes, Magalhães Pinto (towards these two he's particularly right), Kruel, Costa e Silva, Castelo Branco - and to the Armed Forces as a whole, the pointless defense policy pursued over the decades (e.g. saying the IInd and IVth Army only exist so there are more generals to appoint) and the absence of creativity in the Ministry of War over the decades. It's also critical of the presidential political system and inflationary economy. Its polemic nature stands out from many other sources that just massage everyone's ego. In those fields it's harsher than leftist sources. When the book was published, posthumously, it was at first censored.


Bernd 11/30/2020 (Mon) 06:42:11 [Preview] No.41235 del
>>41233
Sounds like a good read. Even if the saltyness might shade things darker but words said like that often illuminates what others might wanna keep hush hush.
Not related to that but I still yet to read Horthy's memoirs.



Blogspot thred Bernd 04/03/2018 (Tue) 14:02:19 [Preview] No. 15577 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
The boiling meat burned itself
I'm not happy of the results. Now the house smells like shit and the meat will be given to the dogs.
Good thing is, when going to the meatshop to buy steaks (because the thing that was boiling got its water evaporated), my complete overboard thinking on the ruined meal allowed me to talk to a nice looking girl.
But still, the meat is completely ruined. My mother was supposed to eat that.
Talk here about ocurrances in your life, good, bad and memetic
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Bernd 10/24/2020 (Sat) 05:57:28 [Preview] No.40705 del
>>40669
>I should have just bought real boards and built a frame from scratch tbh.

Don't go cheap when it comes to sleep fam


>>40672
This would be extremely bad for your health and entire body


Bernd 10/24/2020 (Sat) 06:55:36 [Preview] No.40706 del
>>40705
I didn't really had a choice. I bought a breddy gud mattress from the mid price range (which meant me going little out of way with the spending) with long warranty, after 12 years it's still fine no lumps (although I do flip it monthly as instructed) but had to settle with cheap frame as a compensation.
>This would be extremely bad for your health and entire body
He prefers his body like his meat: raw.


Bernd 10/24/2020 (Sat) 08:18:20 [Preview] No.40707 del
>>40705
I dont sleep on the floor I use majestic ikea bed


Bernd 11/21/2020 (Sat) 16:37:24 [Preview] No.41098 del
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I am currently moving around different places and trying to find a good place to stay in permanently. At least I left the shithole I was living in

I'm getting messages from recruiters, but the positions they have are kinda underpayed. And sometimes they are really RUDE and don't respond to when I say I'm interested in the position they offer.


Also, is this thread close to the bump limit? Should we make another one bernds?


Bernd 11/30/2020 (Mon) 06:32:26 [Preview] No.41234 del
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Woke up this morning got myself a snow shovel. Nice thick fluffy snow outside, had to clear it. Measured 11 cm at an even place, and it melts constantly. Noice. It's more than all the snow of the previous three years together.
Huh, got kinda tired, workout for the morn.

>>41098
Well, I hope you found your place.
>rude
Well, Dutch are rude.



Neandertals rule the world Bernd 11/20/2020 (Fri) 02:07:35 [Preview] No. 41080 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
I watched this stuff a few years ago. some of it is fascinating but most of it is just nuts. Still I think it would interest perhaps a few bernds.

https://youtube.com/watch?v=BJeg0zeoums [Embed]

I like this video most, its kind of like an unintentional asmr with the rain falling.
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>>41080
IIRC, the Neanderthals were the smarter and more sophisticated of the original human species. Even having softer facial features and being very inventive.

They lived peacefully until the Homo Sapiens, who were more savage and violent, invaded and raped them into extinction. The people that came out of the rapings would be the current people that inhabit earth. I think I saw that in a TV show or youtube video once


Bernd 11/27/2020 (Fri) 18:50:57 [Preview] No.41213 del
>>41197
Those reconstructions have to be taken with a hint of salt tho.
>more sophisticated
Their tools were more crude. Well what we know about, stone tools. Large shortcoming of archaeology that only in special circumstances preserve organic remains. Certain building materials can disappear too (eg. adobe).


Bernd 11/29/2020 (Sun) 14:31:07 [Preview] No.41227 del
>>41120
>The possibility of using the biomass of animals that died naturally or were killed by predators for food was provided by a tough instinct that did not allow him to kill anyone.
This sounds familiar.
Since it's not the actual work of Porshnev it's little short on actual data (for example up to the 6th page - where I am now at the moment - zoological data is frequently referred to, but it isn't really there to know what is that data), and more on opinions, but an interesting read nevertheless. Now I have a little time, but not sure if I'm gonna finish, some stuff to do before it gets dark outside.


Bernd 11/29/2020 (Sun) 17:17:57 [Preview] No.41231 del
>>41120
good text im reading it


Bernd 11/29/2020 (Sun) 19:12:05 [Preview] No.41232 del
Read some of that google translated article but haven't reached much further. Some articles about primates and how they perceive death, some observed behaviour; posting it since they are related to the early humans and their possible cannibalistic tendencies (in the article about Porshnev's work it's part of the scavenging habits of theirs).
https://www.livescience.com/6335-chimps-understand-mourn-death-research-suggests.html
https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/gorillas-appear-grieve-their-dead-180971896/
So while it is known that primates sometimes consume deceased adolescent specimens, but it seems it depends more on circumstances. Furthermore they differentiate between the ones belong to their own group, and outsiders. And even outsiders aren't necessarily considered as a food source (the gorillas - the examples of the second article - are largely herbivores).
And one about Neanderthals and nidal and their burials, and possible burials.
https://www.sapiens.org/culture/hominin-burial/

The whole thing made me think if the notion that death is sleep roots in some taboo that we shouldn't eat the dead belonged to our group. "Stop my son, don't chew on grampa's toe, he is just sleeping!"



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Vidya Thread Bernd 07/31/2019 (Wed) 18:08:06 [Preview] No. 28357 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Since the previous reached bump limit.

Played some moar Atom RPG. I don't really have any coherent text drafted but some impressions, moments and such.

This game is depressing. It's like they extracted all the misery of the Soviet Union, ground it, added a hint mutants and monsters, then crammed it into one misery-sausage. Ofc there are funny lines and situations in there, always when you least expect. And you never expect them because the whole thing is so depressing.
NPC interactions are animated nicely. Heart warming meeting of father and daughter. Then they started to gossip about me.
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Bernd 11/27/2020 (Fri) 02:16:33 [Preview] No.41200 del
>>40860
Okay I'm reviewing Moon remix RPG now

Moon Remix RPG Adventure Remix was developed by video game industry veterans who worked on rpg games for decades, including Chrono Trigger, Final Fantasy 6 and even Super Mario RPG for the SNES. So, they knew a lot about RPGs, and I think this game is just them venting off their frustration over making those specific games throughout the years. It's actually an satire of traditional rpg games where you play as a regular npc and the hero is the actual bad guy. Your task is to save the soul of all of the animals the "hero" kills, so they get resurrected, get sent to the moon and give you love in return. Love being what gives you more stamina and health during the game.

When you get to the end of the game (you go to the moon with all the animals you rescued). You do a dance party with all of the happy animals and get a speech from one of the wizards who helped you in the entire journey of the game.

And then, something happens. I can't even express what it is, but it really will be the most shocking thing about the game. Then you're given a really clever 4th wall breaking choice at the end. You should really play the game instead of viewing a play through. You will definitely enjoy the game more.

This youtube user goes very in depth over everything about the game. Do recommend because it is so meta and it really is such a thought provoking game. It's a pretty bittersweet game.

https://youtube.com/watch?v=6VQ7GKgMQ14 [Embed]


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>>41200
It also came out around the release time of Final Fantasy 7. Another game that throws away conventional rpg tropes as well. Maybe they knew some people SquareSoft who gave them ideas for the game


This game also inspired the creator of Undertale to create his game. Here's some more info on the game if lors is interested

https://wikivisually.com/wiki/Moon%3A_Remix_RPG_Adventure


Bernd 11/28/2020 (Sat) 09:34:36 [Preview] No.41216 del
>>41200
>console
I'm gonna make sure to check out the gameplay vid. Depending on length I might just watch parts of it.


Bernd 11/29/2020 (Sun) 10:55:34 [Preview] No.41224 del
>>41200
Oh god, he has an unbearable speech impairment. He has problems with the sh and s sounds.


Bernd 11/29/2020 (Sun) 12:56:59 [Preview] No.41225 del
>>41200
>moon
didn't it finally get translated too?



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Syria thread - Erdoğan edition Bernd 10/24/2019 (Thu) 01:43:41 [Preview] No. 30865 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Erdogan has met Putin and ironed out the partition of northeastern Syria. He gets to keep everything he conquered and the rest stays with Assad. YPG retreats from a 30km strip along the border, leaving the bulk of Kurdish-populated areas. Russo-Turkish patrols guard the safe zone. The deal shows two things:
By inviting Assad the SDF have completely relinquished their sovereignty. This was why they were so relutanct to receive aid during Olive Branch. As long as Erdogan maintains good relations with Assad and Putin, YPG will no longer bother him. If, however, relations sour then he can even expect a repeat of the 90s, when Hafez sheltered Ocalan and allowed PKK to use Syria as its base of operations.
The deal was discussed with Putin, not Assad. It's also clear who calls the shots.

For locals conquered by Peace Spring, the problem is not Turkey itself but its Syrian rebel puppets, who are thugs and mistreat the population, as has already been the case in Afrin. For the war as a whole, peace is now closer. Once Idlib is sorted out, a simple deal with Turkey can grant Assad the whole country except for al-Tanf.
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Bernd 11/27/2020 (Fri) 01:07:48 [Preview] No.41192 del
>>41166
Why are they going against Venezuela though?


Bernd 11/27/2020 (Fri) 01:10:00 [Preview] No.41193 del
>>41152
>Mercenaries are still kind of a grey area, it's possible some volunteers showed up but I don't see much actual evidence. One video of them driving was clearly not from Azerbaijan, another of a Syrian "mercenary" confessing turned out to be a Syrian-Armenian in Azerbaijani border guard uniform
>>40758 sounds conclusive to me. Also important is that such rumors began a few days before the war itself.

>>41166
All they have to do is endorse a proper coup d'état. Then regression to the mean can begin.


Bernd 11/29/2020 (Sun) 00:45:27 [Preview] No.41221 del
>>41193
I've seen the videos, problem is that several of them are easily-identifiable fakes. Like I said, a video of Syrians in trucks driving was clearly not from Azerbaijan because they were driving on the wrong side of the road. Another was an "interview" with a Syrian fighter for Azerbaijan who turned out to be a Syrian-Armenian in Azeri border guard uniform. A third was a barren town implied to be in Nagorno-Karabakh, except NK is a wooded, mountainous region, it doesn't look anything like, for example, central Syria. Another problem is that those videos purporting to be evidence of Syrian mercenaries were published several days in locations before the actual Azerbaijani army actually took them over, which makes it rather unlikely that they were the ones that filmed them. Not implying anything about the Armenian military but as I pointed out above, they already got busted once trying to fake footage. Turkey also hasn't really ever been shy about deploying mercenaries in full view which makes it weird that they'd deny it this time, while Armenians have every reason to convince international observers that there are Syrian jihadis fighting for Azerbaijan. What I do buy is that Turkmen/Armenian volunteers may have traveled the border to join the fight. That is very likely considering the proximity of NK to certain regions.


Bernd 11/29/2020 (Sun) 00:48:09 [Preview] No.41222 del
>>41166
I don't think the US oil industry is that important in the long term. Alternative energy sources are already seriously taking off and I think even the US is starting to realize that they don't really need to bet on oil that much anymore. Observe, for example, Saudi Arabia's politics in the past year or two. So if Venezuela gets another US-backed regime change, it will be to keep Russian/Chinese influence out.


Bernd 11/29/2020 (Sun) 07:36:29 [Preview] No.41223 del
>>41193
>>41221
Problem is too much misinformation in the ether. Even if something is true it can be discredited it with the flood of easily accessible bs.

>>41193
Maybe they're one coup away but I'm sure they can take the hard road for the "good" cause if they really want.

>>41222
Oil plays a huge part in manufacturing just about anything due to plastics too. Not just a source of energy. Even in manufacturing the stuff needed to exploit the alternative energy sources. Btw, the only real alternative is still fission.