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 No.792[Reply]



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 No.520[Reply]

In an interesting development SNA/TFSA have relieved pressure on Idlib by opening another front from Ottoman territory near Al-Bab. They are attacking both red and yellow territory with SAA and YPG counterattacking together. Aleppo and the outskirts of Saraqib are still on fire, with a side move away from the new Turkish barriers on the latter.
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 No.719

>>716
It is part of the road network which runs around these would be security zones. Right now I think these rebel areas will be transformed into buffer zones where the refugees will be sent back from Turkey. I don't think SAA will be advance more to west by much at Idlib. They'll cut that corner at Aleppo, along that road, and that's it.
Then only one zone left in the north (well two) not in rebel hands.

 No.720

>>719
There's the M4 highway which Turkey also had pledged to open and didn't follow through. Assad may not take all of it but at the very least the southern salient can fall. Only problem is that it's got harder terrain.

 No.726

>>720
Hmm that runs straight to Latakia. They'll want that.

 No.747

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More progress in Aleppo, and another chopper shot down.

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>>747
Erdo must have gave them new AA equipment.



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 No.757[Reply]

wh@t u s@y?


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 No.254[Reply]

Here's music:
Fiddler's Green. Germans playing Irish punk folk:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vj41xZHA5Eg
I really fond of their cover of Mrs McGrath


Also I came across a serious puzzle I can't resolve, so I thought I ask Bernd. First the song:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BE9CXWV1alg
What is a gigi?
How it is generated?
Why Fred Durst is so flustered people talking shit of his way of generating gigis?
Doesn't he realize if he would do it better he would get less criticism?
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 No.697

>>682

For me King Crimson (kc, heh) is mostly relatively unmelodic and boring for some reason. From comparable era, Van Der Graaf Generator is better I think.

But of course comparing personal music preferences is pointless because this is too individual.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sOIrGNddjMQ

 No.699

Blind Myself: Pomogácsok - with official English subtitles.
The song is based on a tale for children from the 80's and which was made into children's program on telly. The boogeymen of the story are the Pomogácsok. I think in the story noone really knew why the Pomogácsok are so bad and what they do, they just envisioned their horrific activities.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uusqAI_J3R8

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 No.743

>>738
>>741
Oh no, not culture. I spotted some cute musicianess tho.



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 No.60[Reply]

Let's have a joge thread.
I gathered a couple of Jewish jokes - translated from Hungarian as a proofs that Scot jokes are a category on their own right and not hidden Jew.

So.
- I've two grave problems. - says Kohn to his pal - The one, that my wife is a Jew.
- But you are Jewish too!
- Yes. That's the other one.

Old Schwarz is dying. Weakly he asks:
- Sarah, my dear wife, are you here beside me?
- I'm here, darling, everything will be all right.
- And you my son, David, are you here?
- I'm here father.
- And you my daughter, Rachel, are you here?
- I'm here dad.
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 No.728

>>727
>That doesn't "bite" well. Maybe it's the translation. The punchline would sound better in Hungarian (actually we have a term that would fit better instead the fishermen club).

Yes, originally it is something like "interest group". That word typically used for kids groups, where they learn something after school, but can be used for grown ups too.

 No.732

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>>725
>>723
didn't get it

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 No.736

>>732
First one is about John Paul and Benedict

 No.737

>>728
I thought so.
We have a derisive term which came into use from a youth novel (Pál utcai fiúk = The Boys of Paul Street, it has a few film adaptation, most notable one from the '70s, Hungarian-American co-production), some students had a gittegylet = "putty club" (gitt = putty, that soft plastic stuff that holds window glasses in place, well, held, it's old technology now). They were like four, three of them were members of the board and one regular member. They took the stuff very seriously, had slogan and seal and membership card and whatever, their activities centered around a lump of putty which always had to be chewed so it won't dry out…
So these types of small time associations, with no real influence on anything is called gittegylet, but the idiom is also used belittlingly to any organization no matter of it's power.



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 No.25[Reply]

Privet!
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 No.280

>>278
All right. These guys are retarded. The parts of one vid is littered all around their channel, other videos are inserted between them.
3
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOs94cdt6Po
4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PlEJMwh4Vd4
5
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugB3jPkYiN4
And this one ends abruptly but can't find the 6th episode.

 No.455

>>36
>*feds the golem a kosher cookie*
basado y rojopastillado

 No.456

>>455
*falls under socialist policies*

 No.460

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>>456
Fighting the commies on all the fronts I see.

 No.462

>>456
100% WHITE



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 No.446[Reply]

reminder there is no shame in using the word God

 No.448

is that syria girl



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 No.318[Reply]

Thread dedicated to news. You know the drill, like posting rt links for proofs.

I rarely see one country producing so much butthurt around the world as Brazil does right now. Lengthy Op-Eds are comparing the destruction of the Amazonas with the Cuba crisis. Made me think to reforest one unnecessary country in Europe. The Latin aversion against forest comes from the Roman times, when Germans where hiding and attacking Roman legions in their forests. Link somewhat related, Bolsonaro called Macron's wife an old ugly hag.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-49474421
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 No.394

>>393
There's no surprise at all in the fires in the Amazon area. Nothing much abnormal. There was a concentration of organic matter from the last two years, which were rainy years, so this year the fires are slightly more common and stronger. The dry season is from August to October, peaking in September.
There was also a small rise in deforestation in comparison with the last years, but nothing big. The deforestation could happen after wood – WHICH WE SHOULD BE LEGALLY EXPLORING LIKE PEOPLE DO IN OTHER COUNTRIES, BUT WE ARE NOT, AND I BLAME TREE-HUGGERS FOR THIS ILLEGAL DEFORESTATION – or after opening space to create free range cattle – don't think it's the same meat you import from us, because it's not, our regulations are way heavier than it should, retardly heavy in everything, any militancy for a boycott would only hurt who LEGALLY creates cattle, and a healthier cattle than you could ever get in your own countries.
When they deforest an area by cutting down trees, they need to clean the terrain. So they cut trees before the dry season and let the dead vegetation die. So then they set fire to it. The green, wet, forest, will barely be burned. When they burn it's because there's a lot of dead trees already in there – and it's a natural phenomenon: around 30% of the trees in the forest are already dead by default, standing there hollow and drying as the time passes. So… One of two things will then happen when they set fire:
—When the rains come back (around November), if let alone, the forest will healthily start to grow back, healthier and now younger than before, the flora and fauna (who had run away from the area) will somewhat be reestablished after 10 years, the trees will be in a big size in 20 years, then you barely will notice that area had been burned. So setting fire to it ASAP is a better choice than leaving it dry and accumulating dead biologic matter. Tree-huggers are insane and, if it depended on them, we would see truly huge natural fire preceded by a dead forest, fucked up and taking a long time to recover. Fires in this case are a good thing.
—Or… If the intention was to clear the terrain for other uses, then the fire will be used for this. The problem is what happens next, they will plant grass so the forest won't grow back. But let me tell you it needs some Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

 No.395

>>394
So… Given the proportions, the fires are irrelevant to the "big picture". Eurotards keep thinking about their own fires – and the picture on OP also points to their mistakes and unfair retarded mentality, planting inflammable eucalyptus and thinking they are "reforesting" anything, or reforesting stuff to cut it down for wood (which is not wrong, as long it's controlled; but that's where the unfairness and retardness comes in comparing it with the Amazon) –; and their fires are deadly, people die because of it, it gets our of control, far from what happens here. The Amazon is far, far away, from being at any risk. Retarded hysteric gringos were crying in the Internet as if it were to end.

There's more: the official statistics given by our government you use to see about Amazon deforestation don't even count the natural reforestation which is the norm. Some gringo retards were talking about "replanting trees". God damn it. This kind of stupidity makes me wish I could punch people in the face through my monitor. I wish I could beat them in the head until their brain forcefully starts working. THE FUCKING FOREST JUST REGENERATES NATURALLY. LIKE A FUCKING PLAGUE. Despite some completely out of reality theories (and which every Brazilian is used to since we are told a lot of lies in school, like the "lungs of the planet" thing), the Amazon Forest is resilient as fuck. As long as it rains (and, for fucking geographic reasons, it rains despite the retarded theory of the forest being necessary for them), as long as it rains, there will be the Amazon Forest. The shallow fertile soil, in most of Amazon, will manage to stay fertile without the forest as long as people don't really fuck up with it by planting something that leaves the ground unprotected to rain and wind (and planting grass to create cattle is safer to the terrain than the forest itself, grass is good to preserve it), and it's recoverable, far from being at risk of becoming a desert. The "flying river" narrative is bullshit. It only helps the center of Brazil, of cerrado (savanna-like) biome, and in a few months of the year. It's good for us to keep having three harvests a year, as it's common in Brazil – and farmers fully buy the flying river narrative and wouldn't want the surrounding forests down. The Amazon Forest, as long as the Earth keeps spinning on its Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

 No.396

>>395
It all started for a few reasons, and keep in mind these below were Bolsonaro's campaign promises:

—Strong position of Bolsonaro over the Amazon sovereignty.

—Signals of Nationalism from Brazil, which should be crushed by the globalists.

—Refusal from Bolsonaro to accept globalist terms. Our ex-president Temer opened his legs to them and signed a retarded immigration deal and also the Paris Deal, which is completely unfair to developing countries. I'm not even telling you why the CO2 hysteria is wrong and how the growth of fuel usage is important to develop a country (even more important when the fuel prices are kept artificially expensive and they shall go down in the future); and if you disagree with me on this, just fuck off. Bolsonaro wanted to GTFO of it, but protectionists on other countries would use this as an excuse to boyccot our products, and the farmers asked Bolsonaro to don't leave it. Obviously, globalists didn't like Bolsonaro's "spiritual dissidence" from the deal, as it risked Brazil's future on it, which would induce other developing countries to leave alongside us.

—Refusal form Bolsonaro to keep funding Amazon NGOs. They were used for money laundering; for animal trafficking; for illegal activities in general; to indoctrinate indians to hate us and never assimilate with Brazilians, but with the NGOs aliens; and for "saving" Brazilian soil (with mineral reserves) so it can be explored by their own business, not Brazilian ones. That's nothing new, but it got worse after the Military Regime ended and internationalist social-democrats took over the country. We have 17 thousand NGOs "working" on Amazon. Most of them are ways to earn money illegally. In total, in Brazil, we have 400 thousand NGOs; most useless and laundering and sucking government's money.

—Interest of Bolsonaro to buy some anti-deforestation program, with AI, to increase our surveillance over the Amazon Area and to partially replace our INPE system (both would work alongside; INPE = National Institute of Spacial Research). The corporatists on INPE, Worker's Party (Lula)'s whores, got buttmad and decided to sabotage the country over this. The former president of INPE was spreading false information and narratives about the increase of the deforestation and moving hysteria about it. He allied himself to the GlobaPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

 No.397

>>396
—So, the Anti-Bolsonaro interest of the MSM and Globalists, who don't give a fuck to lie as long it's a narrative against him.

—European lobbyist interests to protect their own farmers and to expand European and globalist bargaining power over the future EU-Mercosur deal. Macron saw it as very convenient to expand his bargain power over us. Specially the globalists one, so they would control us better.

—And the usual globalist plans and capitalist/corporatist neo-imperialism. These want to "save" the Amazon for them, not respecting our sovereignty. Nothing new. Nothing new. This have been a threat to us for a long time. Our "indigenal reserves" are big the way they are for this sole reason. They have the size of a whole European country for some hundreds of indians, so the minerals can be held. So the soil/climate able to create biofuel easily is held. So the development of the countries gets concentrated with the older ones. I don't intend to enter in details about the globalist's parasitic strategy that fucks the whole world by one side and fucks their own host countries by the other. But the creation and upholding of "castes" and chaos are important.

The forest fires? It is a non-problem that was solved by non-solutions (fighting the fires by extinguishing it is worse than leaving it alone, we will pay the price in the next years, and there will be more non-problems and non-solutions making it even worse). The forest fires were never a real issue. What I listed above were the relevant things. It's all about Brazil's right to own its own land and electing whoever we want. It's all about making globalists and corporatists angry. It's not about the safety of the Amazon Forest.

 No.398

>>395
>picture on OP
My bad. Actually I meant this picture here: >>325

Posting everything here for exercising and archival purposes, so I can copy it back when I get home and then post it somewhere else, since there's still a lot of misinformation going around about the Amazon. And I also get a preview of the post. It got too big.



 No.299[Reply]

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1M5rkMJJWdicShf8lU2RsPFlmCGMyJYvp/view

This is "The Blackened Mantle", a fan edit of the three Star Wars prequels. All voices are taken from the Japanese dub, which accurately represents characters and transmits emphasis. The dub is merely a placeholder and what's on the subtitles has no relation to it: all the dialogue is new and overall better, with a more personal focus: some lines in duels are now about characters rather than tactical conditions. All three movies are sewn together in less than three hours of screentime: Revenge of the Sith is the main line and proceeds in a linear fashion interspersed with flashbacks to the previous two installments. The flashbacks are broadly, but not always, linear, and only some parts of the first two films are shown; each flashback fits within what happens before or after it, sometimes very well.
Some things are omitted for brevity, and others, for real change. A few details are changed for tension, the lore is a bit different, one scene has a different order and a side character gets a plot twist while the main characters get some important differences from the original to increase emotional pressure. Cut footage is used. The overall plot is the same, with a magnifying glass on Anakin Skywalker's tragedy.
It works very well and leads up to a finale that's visually the same (and the visuals are heroic) but emotionally stronger than the original. Not that the original was bad. I think at least Poland will like this.
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 No.352

>>340
Some images don't show up from the main page but are still there when opened as separate tabs.

>most recent post is by Bogdan

Shameful display.

 No.353

>>352
>most recent post is by Bogdan
Yes, I had a little giggle.

 No.357

>>340
>So I only saw the first released from the new ones,
From the 00s prequels or this decade's Disney movies? The latter are a complete waste of time, don't touch them. The former are underappreciated.
Blackened Mantle assumes you've seen the original material, but you might aswell go ahead and watch it without knowing the original as it's a lot less time. There's a risk the non-linear structure can be confusing, but the plot's development will also be more rewarding.

 No.358

>>357
From the 00s prequels. The first with Jar-Jar. Beside them only the original, no Disney at all.

 No.360

>>358
The Phantom Menace is more of a prologue, the famous "machete order" of watching (IV > V > II > III > VI) just skips it because all of its information can be gleamed from the next two installments.
So you'll have surprises and see things for the first time but won't be completely groundless.



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 No.3[Reply]

/kc/ - Kansas City
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 No.5

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ntr is so two years ago

 No.6

>>5
saved

 No.90

/kc/ - Kansas City, Kansas
*fixed it 4U

 No.91

>>5
not anatomically accurate
asshole is closer ot the vagina than that

 No.157

>>91
My man.



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 No.92[Reply]

cric

 No.95

i enjoy eric

 No.96

At least post cric monkr.



 No.93[Reply]

sup

 No.94

look ive never been with a fan before but i just wanna say that your a good looking man and if i was gonna go "that way" with another guy youd definitely be the one.



 No.1[Reply]

flag

 No.2

Fag

 No.43

>>1
bad flag

 No.44

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Flog.



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 No.7[Reply]

Thanks, Dddudeman!
Here's Krautchan CSS (maybe you need to apply changes to the color of the greentext, as the last time):
https://pastebin.com/7TmPRp4X
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 No.21

>>14
Take your time, it ain't a derby.

 No.22

>>21
that's where you're wrong

 No.23

>>20
im not gonna thank you for that.

 No.24

>>23
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wk5TrlfuxMM
Here have Hungarian (Serbian themed) gangster rap from the 90's then.

 No.26

I haven't been here in years, damn. Was busy using KC. thanks admin



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 No.18[Reply]

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-06-01/trump-declares-trade-war-india-imposes-new-tariffs
>Trump late Friday announced that his administration was terminating India's designation as a developing nation under a trade program that allowed Indian exporters to ship 2,000 products into the US duty free.

 No.19

Frankly in a way India now is more than developing nation certainly. On the other hand liek 90% of India is basically thurd world.



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