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ITT: Sum up a country's history in greentext. Others try to guess what it is. I'll start with an easy one.
>muh never conquered
>fucking pastas
>tfw no coastline
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Here's another
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Ethiopia
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>>1016719
HRE

>fur
>defeat americans
>world war 1
>independence!

I challenge you to find a cooler historical flag
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I like this one a lot.
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I've seen better b8 in my time.

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Why is World War 1 often considered more horrific and traumatic for the nations involved than its sequel, even though WW2 was more destructive in absolute terms?
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>>1017266
psychological, there was nothing like it on that scale b4
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You have to remember that it was the *first* world war. I.E nobody had ever seen anything of that kind before. Ever. To people who lived back then, the brutality and immensity of it was utterly baffling.
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>>1017266

Because World War I is what started the twentieth century. World War I was the real and meaningful break from the naivetes of nineteenth century thought, and once broken, there was no going back.

People were able to remain comfy in their pleasant Victorian, Edwardian fictions of the world until WWI jolted them out of it. It was here that the pretty lies of jolly war were destroyed, forever. No nice clean six month campaign, no getting that shell-shock to "man up" and stand and fight, he shouldn't...
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what is the best way to stop rising fascism?
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Create a society proud of itself and its own ability to survive and not one that relies on the government to keep them safe.
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>>1027218
Stop agitating the populous and vilifying their general identity.

>read: stop importanting people who hate them into their country
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Not trying to be edgy but violence is the only feasible measure against an actual Nazi movement. Once they've started idolizing the most catastrophic failed state in history there's no reasoning with them.

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What metaphysical doctrine does /his/ subscribe to? Why?
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>doctrines
>>>/x/ is that way, friend
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Scientific realism desu.
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>>1017871
This.
>there are people who seriously believe "A wizard did it" is a rational explanation for anything

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>Egyptian civilization lasted 3000 years.
>We have 0.0001 of their documents
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inb4 revisionism memes
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Think of all the cultures and civilizations we have no written records of
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>>995241

Lost in time...like tears in rain...

When did "Indians" became "poo in the loo" tier?
Weren't they a glorious civilization?


Are modern indian people descendants of the old civilizations?
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>>1024383
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Cochin_%281504%29

All downhill from here
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went downhill when the natives ruled themselves
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They were always POOINLOO shitskin fucking niggers.

Culture: None.
Literature: None.
War Victories: None.
Redpilled Mindset: None.

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So I'm going to get alot of hate for this...but I'm just going to go out and ask it?

Why doesen't /His/ like any black history? How does this affect your own careers, relationships with blacks in your field or generally.

The reason I ask is because I was your typical afrophobe - tried to stay away from African history and politics, yet I was reading Lee Kuan Yew's memoirs and he has nothing but good things to say about Julius Nyerere - the president of Tanzania whom he said he befriended was genuinly impressed by. He actually said he was sad...
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Because about a third/quarter of this board comes from /pol/ and their experience with black history is WE WUZ KANGS memes
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More over, can /his/ truly be effective when looking at history when allowing Dark Enlighentment biases and personal prejudice to be a basic framework of analysis?
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>>1022364
/thread

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I don't understand how nationalism is a modernist thing.
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>>1021553
Did it originate in the ancient or medieval eras? No? Then it's modern.
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What's wrong with striving to improve your country over others?

You sound like a cuck to me.
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That's like saying feminism isn't modern because there were amelioration of women's societal status through history.

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Did Hitler actually believe the whole shebang about Communism being created by the Jews to ruin everything and the Aryan race being top dog that he wrote about in Mein Kampf or did he consciously invent all this bullshit because he knew it was a cheap way of gaining favour from frustrated mad as fuck Jingoist Germans?
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Communism/Bolshevism was very much pushed by the jews to globalize and create a new world order. The implications of this meant aryans wouldnt control as much territory anymore. this was against the laws of nature for hitler. Him hyping up the aryan race was to garner support for his cause, something akin to those stormfag "we wuz spartans and shit" YouTube videos.
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>>1020050
>Announcing sages
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>>1020062
>believing saging wasn't disabled

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Can we have a /his/ reaction thread?

I find my sources are lacking.
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Capitalism is all cool and stuff, but can anyone explain to me where capitalism or bullshit like objectivism seriously take the enviroment into account? Did anyone believe that consumers will have enough time to analyse every porduct they buy to then decide if its not fucking up the river next to them?
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You are aware that moer and more and more people do analyse every product, and decide to buy more enviromentally friendly, right?

Besides capitalism as a system has nothing to do with the enviroment. The market does.
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>>1018090
People are just able to "care" more because of social media trends. Nestle is still one of the biggest food companies.
Doesnt really change my question, how does the market then doesnt fuck up the enviroment
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>>1018077
in all fairness to them, ancaps have come up with some methods of solving collective action problems using market mechanisms

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Now that we're going to have Tubman on the twenty I thought it would be timely to go over the history of the underground railroad.

What was the success rate of the average slave that tried to escape via the railroad? I was always told in history classes that the majority of slaves were caught and made an example of, but if 100,000 really did escape how many were caught?

Did any presidents or notable political officials like Calhoun or Clay mention the railroad?

Is Tubman's legacy warranted or was it just memed up over time because she was a black women first and a pioneer conductor of the railroad second?

And Polacks, calm yourselves. While I don't share your seething rage for basketball Americans I do believe that from an historical achievement standpoint this was a lousy choice considering how superior Fredrick Douglas was and cosmetically unappealing this new twenty will be.
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>>1015997
They just picked her because she's the only african american woman anybody ever heard about in the school books.

I am interested about the success rate, but i think that figure would be really elusive. It would be hard to measure successfully escaped slaves, they'd obviously be living off the books.
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>>1016044
I do agree that they picked Tubs because it was an easy way to kill two representation birds with one stone, but I disagree over her relevancy. Rosa Parks is touted as the most important female figure of the civil rights movement and personally I would have preferred that she got the spot.
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>>1016044
>>1016066
Do youvpeople live under a rock? There were thousands of people who supported a particular individual who called for Tubman's face on the 20$

Tubman also led the Raid at Combahee Ferry freeing upwards of 600-700 enslaved people.

So I've been reading up on the Jesuits, and one of the things that caught my eye was how Galileo accused the Jesuits of being in the way of progress and science, yet the Jesuits have been a great benefactors to science and mathematics. This led me to the Galileo affair, in which reading through it, gave me the following question.

Technically speaking, wasn't the Catholic Church actually in the right scientifically speaking, where they didn't want to adopt Galileo's proposal of the Copernican model, where he had inadequate proof and faulty evidence?...
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Galileo was the first person to practise the scientific method, never accepting any theory until it was confirmed by experiment. In the 16th century Copernicus hypothesised that instead of being at the centre of the universe, the Earth went round the sun. But Copernicus didn't offer any evidence; that came in the 1600s when Galileo made a telescope - not the first, but the best thus far - and turned it on the sky. He discovered sensational things: that the moon has a rough surface like the Earth's, disproving the medieval belief that celestial bodies are "perfect";...
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>>1011329
From what I'm looking at though, Galileo didn't have the proper empirical evidence and made faulty excuses in his proposal, such as bullshit about the tides, to push his point. The church was on the right side when rejecting the Copernican interpretation as absolute fact, given the information at the time.

Guy skipped a lot of the scientific method due to his arrogance.
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>>1011414
While Galileo was a huge dick who basically got into a dick waving contest with the most powerful organization in Europe, the papacy was guilty of forcing Galileo to denounce Copernicanism as heresy.

It's a striking incident when the Catholic Church had previously been more open about such things in the past, during the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, despite that being when Aristotelian became accepted Dogma.

The Catholics felt forced into becoming more antiscience because of Protestant criticisms.

It...
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Daily reminder that it actually happened.

As Jesus Christ prophesied it.

Less than a century after the jews killed him, Jerusalem, the Great Whore of Babylon, was completely annihilated by the Beast it was riding on, Rome.

The Second Temple was blown the fuck out.

Over 1,1 million jews were massacred (including many foreigners because of Passover) and early 100,000 were ensalved.

This is what happens when you kill the Father's Son. You experience His Wrath
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Josephus described the scene:

As the legions charged in, neither persuasion nor threat could check their impetuosity: passion alone was in command. Crowded together around the entrances many were trampled by their friends, many fell among the still hot and smoking ruins of the colonnades and died as miserably as the defeated. As they neared the Sanctuary they pretended not even to hear Caesar's commands and urged the men in front to throw in more firebrands. The partisans were no longer in a position to help; everywhere was slaughter and flight. Most of the victims...
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Josephus had acted as a mediator for the Romans and, when negotiations failed, witnessed the siege and aftermath. He wrote:

Now as soon as the army had no more people to slay or to plunder, because there remained none to be the objects of their fury (for they would not have spared any, had there remained any other work to be done), [Titus] Caesar gave orders that they should now demolish the entire city and Temple, but should leave as many of the towers standing as they were of the greatest eminence; that is, Phasaelus, and Hippicus, and Mariamne; and so much of the wall...
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>>1020430
Interesting.

You often see popular depictions of legions being mechanized war robots advancing steadily and slowly. But here they're just angry as fuck and charging

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