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Anonymous 04/06/2021 (Tue) 14:16:50 No. 1332574 [Reply]
which is better this or pol

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Anonymous 03/24/2021 (Wed) 21:17:41 No. 1330538 [Reply]
reddit is over party >Massive subs all go private to protest Reddit’s hiring of a pedophile ‘enabler’
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>>1330539 Are you talking about u/maxwellhill?
>>1331023 Maxwellhill stopped posting the day Ghislaine Maxwell was arrested which is a too big of a coincidence to be a coincidence in light of the Aimee Challenor affair that they only backed away from because they were forced to do so.
>>1331023 >>1331823 >>1330539 Epstein and Maxwell told victim they would feed her to ALLIGATORS, & raped her in front of her 8-year-old son, new lawsuit claims https://www.rt.com/usa/519742-epstein-alligators-turkish-broker-kidnapping/
>>1332541 Age of consent existed for more than a century in my country m8. You're just projecting.
>>1332541 >im a pedo, stop being mean to us no

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What is the current state of the often overlooked area of the Maghreb? Anonymous 04/05/2021 (Mon) 12:22:57 No. 1332457 [Reply]
Why is this area so often overlooked? I've recently starting looking into the history of socialism in the middle east and realized how insignificant the maghreb is. Does anyone here live there? Are there any relevant leftist political parties or organizations?
If some place is quiet in this day and age it is probably a good thing , that means it is not tearing itself apart as it self destructs.

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Anonymous 04/05/2021 (Mon) 01:56:36 No. 1332444 [Reply]
My friend drew an alunya, R8
>>1332444 Interesting take, reminds me of Naruto. The torso area is a little flat and lacking detail.
>>1332448 Overall I like it though.
7/10 , I kinda like it.
It's not bad but Alunya has flat chest

Imagine dying from 11 ng of fairy dust Anonymous 04/06/2021 (Tue) 03:16:30 No. 1332539 [Reply]
Here is a direct quote from the Hennepin County Autopsy of George Floyd "IV. Viral testing (Minnesota Department of Health, postmortem nasal swab collected 5/26/2020): positive for 2019-nCoV RNA by PCR (see ‘Comments,’ below) V. Hemoglobin S quantitation (postmortem femoral blood, HHC Laboratory): 38% (see ‘Comments,’ below) VI. Toxicology (see attached report for full details; testing performed on antemortem blood specimens collected 5/25/20 at 9:00 p.m. at HHC and on postmortem urine) A. Blood drug and novel psychoactive substances screens: 1. Fentanyl 11 ng/mL 2. Norfentanyl 5.6 ng/mL 3. 4-ANPP 0.65 ng/mL 4. Methamphetamine 19 ng/mL 5. 11-Hydroxy Delta-9 THC 1.2 ng/mL; Delta-9 Carboxy THC 42 ng/mL; Delta-9 THC 2.9 ng/mL

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duplicate thread
we have a whole thread about this
A lethal dose of fentanyl causes you to rapidly pass out and die of your lungs filling with water. If he was awake he had already failed to apply a lethal dose. A lethal dose in this case would also be relative to his tolerance for opioids and other personal factors. I once attempted, purposefully, to overdose on fentanyl. I had no recreational history. It still wouldn't kill me, though I passed out pretty fast. When I came back I had pneumonia and was suffering a horrible, terrifying withdrawal but without anyone kneeling on my neck I probably would have lasted a few days at least before the pneumonia actually killed me. The fact that George Floyd was walking around really doesn't bode well for the claim that he just OD'd on fentanyl and died.

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The folly of adventurism(?) Anonymous 04/05/2021 (Mon) 22:36:46 No. 1332518 [Reply]
United States: I just heard the news that an allegedly Nation of Islam-supporting individual rammed a vehicle into the northern entrance of the Capitol Building. This fatally injured one cop and non-fatally injured another. https://www.nytimes.com/2021/04/02/us/us-capitol-lockdown-police-attack.html It seems like the attack has (at least temporarily) united both Democrats and Republicans. Security measures for Congress had increased since January 6th, but some Republicans were recently pushing for these measures to be rolled back a bit. However, now both establishment parties seem to be in favor of these (near-)military-grade security measures. The attack was not only a boon for supporters of Security, for also for the American Spirit. Biden has the White House flags at half-staff; Pelosi has the Capitol flags at half-staff and has also called the dead cop “a martyr for our democracy.” After so much bad publicity for American police, this seems like a ray of sunshine for centrist liberals (as well as more tenderfooted radlibs). Attention can be diverted from the misery of pandemic conditions, the lack of any relief or assistance for the working class, even the rarely class-conscious yet still sometimes-threatening BLM movement, toward Supporting Our Boys In Blue. I know the charge of adventurism is usually leveled at self-described leftists, but I'm using it in a more general sense in the subject line. The reason I say "folly" is because this attack has simply refreshed support for the police. My lib friends are unanimously sad about this "horrible act", when just last summer they were gleefully broadcasting "ACAB" on their Snapchat stories. I'm not generally pro-Stalin, but I like what he says in "Economic Terrorism and the Labour Movement": "It is against our principles to terrorise the bourgeoisie by means of individual, stealthy acts of violence. Let us leave such “deeds” to the notorious terrorist elements. We must come out openly against the bourgeoisie, we must keep it in a state of fear all the time, until final victory is achieved! And for this we need not economic terrorism, but a strong mass organisation which will be capable of leading the workers into the struggle." (Granted, by "economic terrorism" he generally refers to Luddite-esque industrial sabotage, but I think what he says applies to instances of human violence as well.)

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Quick reminder this wasn't always the case, and indeed mostly dates from the US's involvement in various imperialist adventures circa WW1 & WW2, before which the idea of "securing" government bodies from the citizenry was seen as antidemocratic and monarchic by Americans: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-politics/wp/2014/09/23/people-used-to-be-able-to-walk-into-the-white-house-legally/ >>1332518 >has also called the dead cop “a martyr for our democracy.” Reminder there is zero official evidence he was killed, and the leading theory is that it was an aneurysm induced by friendly fire from too much teargas being deployed by both cops & rioters.
Wow, the CIA is really picking up their game here on bunkerchan. Looks like they've been taking all your criticism seriously anons!
>>1332518 >adventurism ttoally adventurism, not mkultra subjects

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News 4/5/21 News Anon 3.0 04/05/2021 (Mon) 17:29:12 No. 1332478 [Reply]
Maoist Insurgents Kill 23 Indian Forces in Ambush, Officials Say A large force of Indian security personnel had been carrying out a clearance operation in a densely forested area on the edges of the Bijapur district when they were ambushed by the insurgents on Saturday in a firefight that lasted four hours. https://www.nytimes.com/2021/04/04/world/asia/india-maoist-insurgents-ambush.html https://archive.is/d63dG Northern Ireland clashes reflect loyalists' fear of marginalisation A Sinn Féin funeral was the spark but loyalists in Northern Ireland have been throwing petrol bombs and burning cars partly because they fear political marginalisation. The union flag no longer flutters daily over Belfast city hall, a trade border separates the region from the rest of the UK and the police are allegedly beholden to Sinn Féin. https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2021/apr/05/northern-ireland-clashes-reflect-loyalists-fear-of-marginalisation Palestinian election board approves candidate lists for May vote President Mahmoud Abbas’s Fatah movement, which dominates the Palestinian Authority in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, is contesting the polls, as is Hamas, which has run the Israeli-blockaded Gaza Strip since 2007. Fatah is facing challenges from dissident factions including the Freedom list, led by Nasser al-Kidwa, a nephew of the late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat. https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2021/4/4/palestine-election-board-approves-candidates-list-for-may-poll https://archive.is/YbeLK Israel: Netanyahu corruption trial begins amid government formation talks Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's corruption trial began on Monday, as Israel's President Reuven Rivlin launched talks to determine which parties could form a new government following recent general elections. Netanyahu appeared in front of the Jerusalem District Court to hear opening arguments, in which the prosecution said he "illegitimately" used his office to advance his political interests. https://www.middleeasteye.net/news/israel-elections-netanyahu-corruption-trial-government-talks

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>newsanon based >23 killed in ambush also based
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez funds the CIA Democrats Beneficiaries of Ocasio-Cortez’s financial support include Elissa Slotkin (a former CIA agent), Conor Lamb (Marine captain and military prosecutor), Tom Malinowski of New Jersey (an assistant secretary of state under Barack Obama), Abigail Spanberger (CIA operations officer) and Elaine Luria (Navy commander), both of Virginia, Mikie Sherrill (Navy pilot in the Middle East) and Andy Kim. https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2021/04/05/demo-a05.html Investigators complete review of federal police shooting that killed wanted Portland activist Reinoehl did have a loaded .380 pistol on him when he was killed, but it was found inside his right front pants pocket. Despite that, investigators insist that, based on law enforcement and witness statements, they believe Reinoehl fired the round, was shot by police, and put his gun inside his pants pocket. https://www.opb.org/article/2021/03/31/investigation-federal-police-shooting-wanted-portland-activist/ https://archive.is/9zjnx Broken windows, chanting: Another uprising at St. Louis downtown jail Inmates broke through the windows on the northwest corner of the third floor of the jail, below windows that were boarded up from the last riot in February. They threw furniture, a computer, toilet paper and their own clothing to the street below, and started a fire on the exterior of the building. Some chanted "We want court dates," a reference to delays in court appearances and trials caused by the pandemic. https://www.stltoday.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/broken-windows-chanting-another-uprising-at-st-louis-downtown-jail/article_cd695f7e-9867-504c-ba32-5995629148e3.html https://archive.is/R23pv Toxic wastewater reservoir on verge of collapse in Florida could cause "catastrophic event" Hundreds of residents in Manatee County, Florida, were ordered to evacuate their homes over Easter weekend as officials feared that a wastewater pond could collapse "at any time." On Saturday, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis declared a state of emergency for the area. https://www.cbsnews.com/news/florida-state-of-emergency-wastewater-leak-watch-live-stream-today-2021-04-05/

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The Australian Labor Party’s Left Faction Is Just Propping up the Right You might expect the Right and Left factions of the Australian Labor Party (ALP) to be at loggerheads. After all, we’ve recently seen intense factional disputes in countries like Britain and the United States, as supporters of Jeremy Corbyn and Bernie Sanders challenged right-wing hegemony in the Labour and Democratic parties. But the ALP is a different story: its historically antagonistic factions have forged a cozy relationship and undermined party democracy in the process. To understand how it works, we need only look at the New South Wales (NSW) Labor Party. In New South Wales, the Right faction has a stranglehold over the party machinery. In theory, it could use this influence to crush the Left, but it chooses not to, recognizing that a compliant “official opposition” will help contain pressure from ALP activists who want a real change of direction for the party. For its part, the would-be left-wing leadership, known as the Head Office Left, has bitterly opposed reforms that would democratize party structures. Its leading figure, George Simon, relies on the same gerrymandered delegate system that maintains the Right faction’s dominance to control his own tendency. The details of what happens inside the ALP aren’t just a matter of concern for party members. Unless Australia’s long-standing two-party system comes to an end, the Labor Party is the only alternative party of government to the conservative, corporate-backed Liberal-National Coalition. The sweetheart deals between Right and Left factions that block any transformation of Labor are a problem for us all. https://www.jacobinmag.com/2021/04/australian-labor-party-alp-left-right-faction-nsw-loyal-opposition China Isn’t the Problem, Neoliberalism Is The ascendance of Wall Street, and of a managerial bureaucracy (PMC) more generally, largely explains the political realignments that have been playing out in the U.S. Beginning in the 1970s, the American political class made decisions at the behest of business interests and oligarchs to restructure the U.S. economy in ways intended to shift the balance of political and economic power towards capital. Finance was, and still is, the method of affecting this transfer of power. However, the current epoch of finance capitalism has run its course. Its logic has been lost. The threats to the neoliberal order are now internal to it. Bi-partisan claims that China is a growing economic and military threat to the U.S. places economic competition within the national frame that American capitalists have spent the last five decades arguing is no longer relevant because of globalization. This posture of a unified national interest follows several decades of American industrialists cum financiers doing everything they can to concentrate wealth and power for themselves. Now, having done so, the frame of ‘nation’ is being opportunistically reasserted to claim a unified national interest to oppose ‘foreign’ competition. However, China didn’t pass NAFTA and China didn’t bail out Wall Street. https://www.counterpunch.org/2021/04/02/china-isnt-the-problem-neoliberalism-is/ Starmer isn't 'too cautious' - he is ruthlessly tearing Labour apart The completion of Keir Starmer’s first year as Labour leader might have passed without note, had it not been the occasion for senior party figures to express mounting concern at Labour’s dismal performance in opposition to Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government. At a time when Labour ought to be landing regular punches on the ruling party over its gross incompetence in handling the Covid-19 pandemic, and cronyism in its awarding of multimillion-pound coronavirus-related contracts, Starmer has preferred to avoid confrontation. Critics have accused him of being “too cautious” and showing a “lack of direction”. Dissatisfaction with Starmer among Labour voters has quadrupled over the past 10 months, from 10 percent last May to 39 percent in March. His approach does not even appear to be winning over the wider public; a recent poll on who would make a better prime minister gave incumbent Johnson a 12-percentage-point lead. Increasingly anxious senior Labour MPs called late last month for a “big figure” to help Starmer set aside his supposed political diffidence and offer voters a clearer idea of “what Keir is for”. That followed a move in February by Starmer’s team to reach out to Peter Mandelson, who helped Tony Blair rebrand the party as “New Labour” in the 1990s and move it sharply away from any association with socialism. https://www.middleeasteye.net/opinion/keir-starmer-cautious-tearing-uk-labour-party-apart
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Thanks news anon

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Bhutanese Communist Party Anonymous 04/05/2021 (Mon) 21:33:45 No. 1332506 [Reply]
Anyone keeping up with them anymore or are they just completely gone?

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Anonymous 04/03/2021 (Sat) 13:51:41 No. 1332076 [Reply]
>The man who brought tankies & wumaos to their knees
it's a photoshop
>>1332076 >man Just 2 more years of shareblue shilling and he'll get his transhumanist operation.
>>1332076 the chick in the back is actually his FBI handler
>>1332442 maybe it's a honeypot but like in the movie with that snl fat lady where all the cool cia agents are either dead or hurt and an analyst has to go into the field but she actually does well and solves the case

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Censorships Are Increasing Anonymous 01/12/2021 (Tue) 11:51:07 No. 1236583 [Reply] [Last]
They now removed sci-hub,Parler is banned,Google censored many of political-content,YouTube increased their censorship and Twitter banned too many of accounts Of course,liberals are happy because of they banned conservatives...
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>>1331364 >dat peanut m&m in the background
>>1331392 lol, never noticed that before.
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>>1331080 >>1331364 Cap'd & saved
>>1236583 >Google censored many of political-content Okay, but what are you mad about? Someone else got to censor right-wingers first? There is literally nothing to worry about for you
>>1332503 >lol ur sjws u luv censorship Read the board FAQ or this thread newfag


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