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Hide No. 38073 [Reply]
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Since there is nothing to do, I decide to walk down to Moscow city center and show how people leave there. Enjoy.
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>>38150
>Communism itself is full of some masonic symbolism.
since there are probably millions of things who are made a symbol in freemasonry, but only freemasons know, everyone can claim basically anything to be supposedly a symbol of freemasonry. sun, stars, swastikas, a rotten banana or a simple triangle shape might have some hidden meaning in a masonic ritual. however, that doesn't indicate that tibetan monks who might use swastikas or sub-saharan bushmen drawing spirals and triangles are members of some masonic lodge.

communism isn't fond of religions in general, including all sorts of occultism, and much less of secret societies consisting exclusively of rich and influential elitist people conspiring together in order to become even more rich and powerful on the expense of the average plebs.

consequently, freemasonry was outlawed in all communist states including ddr and ussr.
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>>38102
>DSC_0121.JPG
I really like the effort put into it
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>>38073
>Enjoy.
I did. Thank you.

>>38085
>Headquarters of ministry of internal affairs of Moscow. Small church inside inside where police praying out their won sins
A church on government property; I don't recall ever seeing that here, because of our separation of Church and State. Maybe they exist somewhere, though, like small chapels or something.

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>>38099
These are beautiful.
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>>38106
That hat fits that man perfectly :D

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Well can I get those Der General porn shops please?
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No. 38265 Kontra
There are many layers of why this is a shit thread

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Are the skeksis from The Dark Crystal an antisemitic caricature? Think about it: they’re beaked, hunchbacked, lecherous, alien schemers who drain the life force of innocents in dark rites (blood libel) to maintain their power. They are rootless interlopers from another realm who have seized control of an autochthonous civilization through cunning and treachery. Basically all of the tropes are covered here. Does this matter? Are observations like this paranoid or do you think a clear line can be drawn between characters like this in sci-fi/fantasy and historical portrayals of Jews in western art and culture?
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No. 38153
>>27392
Tolkein's dwarves were supposed to be like Jews, and in spite of being otherwise a good race they were described as only being weak to greed and no other sins. Also the grey dwarves were mistaken for animals by early elves and hunted to extinction as vermin, but ended up acting like animals because of this and totally deserving of genocide (Mim in Narn I Chin Hurin was used as an analogue of the dwarf in Niebelung that started the whole fuckup).
>>27392
I like your thread OP, don't listen to the haters, only mods can decide what shouldn't be posted.
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>>27393
>>27394
Ferengi where the only thing that made ds9 worth watching for me, honestly TOS is the only Star Trek I like, but I would pay real money to see a spinoff that was just about a Ferengi merchant ship.
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>>27403
but yeah I kind of agree that the Ferengi were not the most Jewish race in ds9, considering that Bajor is an obvious metaphor for Israel with the Cardassians being Nazis.
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Who is bumping these old (and often shit) threads

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Hide No. 28434 [Reply]
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Okay Ernst, I've been on imageboards since 2004 and during that time I've religiously backed up everything over the years and now my imageboard folder is 200,000 files strong, about 25% of those files are actually labelled so that gives about 50,000 named files.

So here's the deal, you post a single word and I'll search my drive and post the first 3 results
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No. 38047
Since we're at 295 replies, this thread(which has been great)will go on Systemkontra soon. Before it does, let's search for:

Game.
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>>38047
>Game
193 hits
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>Game
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>>38047
>Game

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Anyone know why the french are so rude to tourists?

Whether it be security, waitstaff, retail store employees or french people on the street.

Is it because they are so sick of having so many ignorant foreigners in the country? I personally could not fathom treating another person the way french routinely treat visitors.
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No. 38008
I bought Vokrug Sveta magazine recently.

In Marseilles, one hotshot from small resturant literally approached Russian brigade (the journal's brigade) over...

...not saying "Bonjour!" in resturant! Merci beacoup for explaining
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No. 38013
France is the most visited country out of nearly two hundred. Tourists are a hard to pin down archetype but the general similarities include; general sheepishness, loud, indiscreet and varying levels of nuisance. Now let's take 18th century Paris and dump every single tourist currently scrounging around right now. The sovereigns would naturally be xenophobic towards others as they feel that their way of life is forcefully being taken away in exchange for a cheap, commodified replica. As per usual, the issue is complex and multi-faceted therefore suggesting a simple solution would help no one, hell, not everyone would be happy with any solution so it's best to consider the greater good.
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No. 38043
Even other French think Parisians are the rudest people in the universe.
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>>37907
People in France will only react favorably to your attempts at French if they're already sucking your cock for some other reasons. My mother tried to order in French at a shop in Paris and was angrily told, "If you cannot speak properly you should not say anything at all!" When she came back years later much wealthier, however...

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Greetings, fellow Ernsts.

I was wondering if any of you is a passionate hiker/trekker whatever (still didn't figure out the actual difference). Anyway, if you love to be out in the nature, this thread is for you. Let's share our experiences, good advice, insights and dreams.

As for me, I am rather inexperienced. I was in the infantry for six years and almost all my long-distance walking experience is related to that. The longest distance I would have walked in a day would have been 65 km (totally screwed afterwards) and the longest time I've spent outside without a roof on top of my head 10 days. I do have some survival training but only the bare minimum skills i.e. finding/filtering water, orientation by compass/map and finding food to survive (stress on survive, not feast).

This summer I am planning to go for a 60 days hike of some 1500 km though. I know it's a long shot but I see it as a challenge I am going to undertake. Somehow, travelling on foot makes me feel human. Therefore any insights of more experienced Ernsts are most appreciated.
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>>37954
You can't get into Severomorsk without inventation, same as in many cities on northen parts of region, they all ЗАТО. But well, there a couple places to visit - like first Atomic Icebreaker that was turned into musem. But most worth places is Nature-related, I'd say, so better visit it on car so you can go around region - we have more roads than Karelia do lol. However there is oficial trips from city to Husky park, for example. And Ostrich farms not far from city if you wanna wisit those ones.

>>37967
First and third pik around Teriberka, coast of Ocean. Second and last one from around here https://www.google.ru/maps/@69.391265,32.0796173,3a,75y,335.56h,81.55t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sDvPRw_e9ku18ePqOtebiHw!2e0!6s%2F%2Fgeo2.ggpht.com%2Fcbk%3Fpanoid%3DDvPRw_e9ku18ePqOtebiHw%26output%3Dthumbnail%26cb_client%3Dmaps_sv.tactile.gps%26thumb%3D2%26w%3D203%26h%3D100%26yaw%3D306.9913%26pitch%3D0%26thumbfov%3D100!7i13312!8i6656?hl=ru&authuser=0 - far from road obviously.
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>>37967
Also thank you. In my region you can find Alaska, Iceland, Scotland, Canada and northen US lol. Sad that I can't find my other folder with many photos. We usualy go in such places for family muchroom picking. Drive on car here and then whole day on foot deep into tundra in search for them. Place on map I showed is very mushroom heavy. Also here for example we found egg of some bird. Already empty, but still.
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No. 37992
>>37971
Wow, thank you for the pictures. I think I'll go on a trip there once I've got a paying job. Maybe start in Oulu, from there to Murmansk and then try to travel by bike from Murmansk back to Finland towards Rovaniemi. Has to be in summer though...
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>>37992
If by bike you mean bicycle I can kind of advice against it since there was cases of crashes with bicycle foreign tourists in my region. Mostly from not very smart ones from japan and korea who decided to go in time of polar night if I remember correctly but still - old soviet roads across rocky hills is far from facy autoban and contain a lot ups and downs, dangerous turns. Road to Rovaniemmi espessialy from Kola following Tuloma river up to western side of Murmashi I can note as pretty dangerous one and there even currently some big constructions happening for some years with destruction of big parts of rocks so it is dangerous mess.
If you want it like motocycle, then well it's okay, Finnish bikers with scary fat faces I seen was pretty happy about that :---DDDD
I also should point out that distances here is not mongolia-syberia tier, but huge between cities and locations, not even in Murmansk region, but in central-northen karelia you may find yourself in middle of forest in hundred of kilomiters without gas station or town on main road. Same goes for road from finland thought like Alakurtti it's most probably crap. And if you follow road to rovaniemi back - there will be no tundra, it's just your typical Finnish pine forest. I can kind of advise to go from Rovaniemi to murmansk and then from murmans to Kirkines, Norway. Maybe with visit of Teriberka - there all your cool tundras, waterfalls, etc.
It's on norvegian road also where diferent alleys and war memorials, with some remained german bunkers somewhere if you interested in all this stuff.
Thought, moutians and parks with Saami, reindeers, huskeys is in central part of peninsula but it's better go to city and go for tourist agency there for a tour here than go by 70km from main road to lovozero in town itself and found out that it's shitty post-soviet dying city lol.

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I didn't really want to start thread with topic and just wanted to post in news thread but I guess this is the only sensible place
https://www.vice.com/en_uk/article/mbmkz8/us-military-could-collapse-within-20-years-due-to-climate-change-report-commissioned-by-pentagon-says
So apparently DoD is saying that they anticipate climate change being so extreme, so soon, as to have catastrophic consequences within the next 20 years up to and including the total collapse of the US military in its ability to respond to threats and collapse of US infrastructure.

This worries me especially because I've already had multiple blackouts this year. Has anyone else experienced this? And no I don't live in California either

https://www.newsday.com/news/nation/california-blackouts-pg-e-wildfires-1.38002646

https://www.msn.com/g00/en-us/weather/topstories/california-faces-strongest-winds-in-a-decade-as-blackout-spreads/ar-AAJvqzA?i10c.ua=2&i10c.encReferrer=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuYmluZy5jb20v&i10c.dv=15

Hey guys, why do we keep losing power?
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No. 38023 Kontra
>>38021
Go look up the lyrics to the Internationale. It's a sacred religious text, even if its followers have never known what to do with it.
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>>38023
What? Even if so I'm not sure the point you're trying to make.

>>38022
The problem is national Socialism itself has come to mean NSDAP which is obviously just as much if not more pure cancer than Capitalism and Communism.

Actually what about something not quite Socialistic but sort of and that has religious values? Does anything like that even exist? I guess basically something like what Jesus taught which come to think of it every one of those ideologies rejects more or less.
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No. 38030
>>38026
>Actually what about something not quite Socialistic but sort of and that has religious values?
I think Mormons come the closest in terms of caring for their own like Europeans do.

I'm at the point of thinking that religion is necessary, but not sufficient. Obviously there have been innumerable theocratic shitholes that use the force of God to cow the people in face of the worst exploitative hierarchies. But in the short history of society unmoored from religion, nothing lasting and stable has been built. Except Mormonism. They've managed to reform the worst parts of their faith, while not collapsing into the postmodern feel-good spiritual black hole that defines the rest of American Christianity.
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new thread is actually here >>38032

NOT at an embarrassing mix up of posts that I might have made in this thread, and most certainly did not delete to hide my shame

Hide No. 24226 Systemkontra [Reply]
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A discussion for all things related to music.

Discuss musicians and their discographies, inspirations, careers, image, impact, artistic integrity and raison d'être. Sharing links is fine, but also discuss what particularly moved you about a given song or composition.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=grnNKvd2SYI

time travelin a bit, it's the only keygen I remember the name of the group. I rarely needed to generate any keys, did not play so many different games.

I once downloaded a pack with hundreds or thousands of them, this is also one (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CjdlITCh5XE) I remember, yet I never played Act of War because my computer hardware was not good enough when I was interested in it.
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https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkaDL2jW6b0muFxSSMA_v9Q

Found this really good youtube channel. The artist outs out short, melancholic pieces akin to a lot of lo-fi hip-hop works.
I came across this through the (in)famous YoutubePoop called Deliver Us, which uses pieces by the artist as a soundtrack.

For the first time in my life, I'm actually considering paying for an album. I mean, if it gives you a panic attack and almost makes you cry, then it's good shit. Basically this is what I seek from art. It should fuck me up and reassemble me. From Dostoevsky to Neon Genesis Evangelion.
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No. 37887
https://youtu.be/EFz6lXzcyFQ

Nicht alle Schmerzen sind heilbar, denn manche schleichen
Sich tiefer und tiefer ins Herz hinein
Und während Tage und Jahre verstreichen
Werden sie Stein

Du sprichst und lachst, wie wenn nichts wäre
Sie scheinen zerronnen wie Schaum
Doch du spürst ihre lastende Schwere
Bis in den Traum

Der Frühling kommt wieder mit Wärme und Helle
Die Welt wird ein Blütenmeer
Aber in meinem Herzen ist eine Stelle

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No. 37968
Been listening to Pöbel MC since finding them recently through another band (All Against All by What We Feel & Mister X, so the only relation is that they did a release with Moscow Death Brigade a little bit ago and MDB is also kind of hip-hop). Tbh, the new video just reminds me of Kurt from our Bodycount game for reasons that will be obvious to anyone who knows what that implies (the dancing mostly :-D), so I thought I'd post it :-DDD

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pDYwmbO91pg
https://audiolith.net/en/2020/02/poebel-mc-ballert-halt-nur-gut/

Dog, we are definitely running that setting again at some point. It's way too much fun to just do once.

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Hello Ernst,

Today the topic also, is unironically, very Ernst.

I got hacked browsing the darknet, my Screen/Microphone on the PC and Camera on my phone have been monitored, etc.

Apparently my Browser had been "fingerprinted", whatever that means. By tracking my IP they poached me on a VoIP program on the clearweb as a group and started bullying and gaslighting me.

I also am often sleep deprived and was in a very malleable state of mind at that time, my mind had in order to cope with the situation come up with a reason for why it was happening;

They were trying to help me, I'm a detestable person and they're helping me change.

I managed to snap out of that "Psychosis" the next day but made the mistake of allowing myself to think that the abuse was also a result of my temporarily altered state of mind. Big mistake.

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>>22026
Retards like you are always the biggest cancer. Nobody cares how long you've been here. If you don't have anything constructive to say, don't post.
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>>21939
I don't like gaslights.
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No. 37879
>>21939
Some pricks gaslighted my mother.

She got evrn more paranoid
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>>21939
Your camera and mic is monitored?

Lol. Download liveDVD of Qubes OS for bettef privacy.
or tape down the mic and the camera