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Why do feds have a bigger problem with pirating books than pirating video games and movies? That seems pretty counterproductive considering there’s still a shortage of educated and experienced workers necessary for building better machines, software, integrating robots into ordinary machinery and infrastructure etc along with constant shortages of social workers


gee I wonder why the feds systematically dumb the proletariat down and instead turn a blind eye on mediums which promote false consciousness it's a real fucking mystery anon


The book industry, comprised of a few giant monopolies, cares a lot more about piracy than a bunch of scattered video game companies except for like, Nintendo.




In this case feds are merely an extension of publishing houses, those function almost like cartels, setting up the prices of the products, and exerting a lot of influence on governments and various public institutions.

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Israel fires on Palestinians protesting ‘flag march’ in Gaza
Israeli forces have used live fire and tear gas against Palestinians who joined a demonstration on the besieged Gaza Strip’s eastern border with Israel, injuring several Palestinians, as far-right Israelis held a so-called ‘flag march’ in occupied East Jerusalem’s Old City. Hundreds of Palestinians joined the protest on Thursday, which was called for by Palestinian factions in response to the Israeli march. The Gaza demonstration condemned the ‘flag march’ in Jerusalem, and called for an end to Israeli attacks in the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound.

Iran to hang 3 protesters in Isfahan as executions soar
Large crowds gathered in Isfahan in central Iran Wednesday to demonstrate against the imminent execution of three protesters detained in the city’s Dastgerd Prison. According to local reports, authorities in Isfahan closed off the roads around the prison to prevent protesters from approaching the facility. Security forces reportedly shot at the crowds.

Turkey elections: Opposition candidate Kilicdaroglu promises to expel all refugees
Turkey's main opposition presidential candidate has promised to expel all refugees from the country in a bid to attract nationalist voters ahead of the second round of elections on 28 May. … Both Kilicdaroglu and the AKP's Binali Yildirim were reported to have held a phone call with Ogan following the vote. Ultra-nationalist politicians - present in both the government and opposition alliances, as well as among independents - have made the expulsion of Syrians from the country their top demand.
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Not if it crashes somewhere.


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Thanks News Anon


>>Florida passes bill to prevent billionaires like Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos being sued if their mega-rockets kill or injure people
This is why the establishment uses these billionaire great men as front people. So that the establishment can act without liability. Why did they never pass a bill to prevent NASA being sued if their rockets kill or injure people, so that public funds could get the same consideration as the billionaire's bank balance. There are no billionaires, they are artificially created front men for factional capital and used to diffuse negative attention.


Only the porkys riding in them can't sue


Maybe people will finally have enough after Musk's exploding rockets cause another 9/11.

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Writer's Guild of America, the union for media writers, is going on strike effective today. The last time this happened in 2007/8, TV went on a downturn and reality shows saturated it, while SAG-AFTRA actors walked out on wildcat solidarity strikes even though the union itself is cucked by a no-strike clause agreement with Hollywood producers.
>inb4 some cum stain screeches about keeping it in the general
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>channer channer channer
>every day
>while shitposting on a chan imageboard
What's your disorder? Is this a poor attempt at irony or just complete lack of awareness?


This is an imageboard not a "chan".



don't ask, please
no one wants to know


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It's all a glowop. Don't be fooled, comrades.


Why is Nikolai Bukharin considered a revisionist? Wasn‘t he considered a great intellectual figure in the early years of the Soviet Union‘s creation? What happened?
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Oops, meant >>1470367


Thanks, but what does NEP mean?



New Economic Policy. By the end of civil war it was clear that war communism system didn't work in the sense that it angered peasant base too much (80% of the population, so it's a serious issue). So the decision was made to step back a bit and return some market mechanisms into economy back like allowing pasants to sell grain. Of course it was intended as a temporary state of affairs, so in the mean time while NEP was going on the gospland was formed and so was the base for further industrialization (including literacy campaigns). The concepts for kolkhozes was invented too, since it was required to do some form of collectivization to increase effectiveness of the agriculture but trying to force peasants into being agriculture proles would be seen by them as stealing their land, so klolkhozes as form of compromise were created.


I see. Thank you

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This is the thread dedicated to researching, discussing, exploring, and laughing at, that element of the far right which we have come to term "esoteric hitlerist" but more broadly a thread for documenting the extreme right.

To sum up, as it says in the title, this entire strand of thought is more or less an intelligence operation carried out mostly by pedophiles, with a strong satanic/ esoteric influence. On top of this, there are several interesting connections to these operations and operatives and Zionism.

The purpose of these operations, as are the purpose of all CIA operations, is to suppress and destroy the real movement that abolishes the present state of things, the mass movement of organised workers, the socialist and communist movement.

What follows is a series of links, references and thoughts which document this feature of capitalist hegemony.

Link to last thread archive:


the one before:

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>I remember this guy posting on /fa/ regularly
he's still posting there pretty much every single day apparently

nvm i was half wrong, archived.moe does have /pol/ but they don't have search enabled for the board https://archived.moe/pol/


There was a local news story back in the day about a neo nazi group training with the British army in Savernake forest, Wiltshire. I found out about it from wikipedia, as it happens. Definitely Gladio.





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none of u seem to have read economics 101 by mcgraw hill… capitalists are job creators who take on risk. without tehm… jobs would go uncreated… risks would go untaken

the whole world would be a bunch of lazy jobless bums not taking any risks… wtf?!?!
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>Prank him mao!
you can't fool me, i know what that means


my employees make millions of those a year and I get all the surplus value


Fucking whore


Amerikan textbook publisher


Post it so I can read it alongside Marx and Mariategui faggot

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look, i know it's trendy for some to be all about that dialectical life, but let's be real for a sec. the way that social-fascist pseudo-Marxists and pro-China neo-revisionists try to wield dialectics is not only tired but downright oppressive. they act like their version of Leftism is the only way to resist capitalism and imperialism, but they forget that even Marx himself recognized the limitations of dialectics in his later years.

i'm not saying we should all become anti-Leninist Maoists or anything, but we need to recognize that dialectics doesn't account for the fluctuations of reality. it's too rigid and dogmatic for our ever-changing world. instead, we should embrace eclectics, which allows for a more fluid and adaptable approach to revolutionary praxis. we can take inspiration from various theories and practices without getting bogged down in sectarianism.

now, i know some of y'all might be thinking "but what about post-structuralists?? they're all about that anti-dialectical life!" and while i agree that their critiques are important, we also need to be cautious about how we approach their theories. we don't want to fall into the trap of the petty-bourgeois intelligentsia, who use postmodernism as an excuse to avoid taking any real action.

what we need is a safe space, a place where we can embrace the complexity and messiness of reality without getting trapped in dialectical thinking. this means recognizing that our ideas and strategies will always be provisional and subject to change, and that's okay. as long as we keep moving forward and adapting to new circumstances, we can create a truly revolutionary praxis that is inclusive, adaptable, and effective.

peace and love
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I knew it was GDP immediately and didn't say nothing to nobody


no you didn't. admit you got fooled and couldn't remember if you posted this earlier in a delirious state


anon if im sane enough to kno i didnt post it, you should be sane enough to not post it in the first place



very based.
all the fields



Say what you want about the exteriors of Soviet apartments compared to the interiors but the repetition and orientation of the buildings creates a visually pleasing pattern to my eyes. It’s simple, no ugly billboards, no weird curves that are meant to waste land, and multifarious but purposefully chosen deviations in design that create meaningful but subtle differences between buildings that all work to create a visually pleasing aesthetic
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I feel the same way. I grew up near a very infrastructurally dense area, and I always felt a weird sense of majesty seeing such massive lived-in technological spraw from the freeways. It was the same sort of cold majesty I get from deserts and outer space.


anime induced mental illness


>liberialsm is when you ???? believe in consumerism ????
leftypol is truely /dead/.


placing importance on consumption DOES make you a liberal rofl


I was getting bored to death


From the 1 September 1918 edition of the Bolshevik newspaper, Krasnaya Gazeta:

“We will turn our hearts into steel, which we will temper in the fire of suffering and the blood of fighters for freedom. We will make our hearts cruel, hard, and immovable, so that no mercy will enter them, and so that they will not quiver at the sight of a sea of enemy blood. We will let loose the floodgates of that sea. Without mercy, without sparing, we will kill our enemies in scores of hundreds. Let them be thousands; let them drown themselves in their own blood. For the blood of Lenin and Uritsky, Zinovief and Volodarski, let there be floods of the blood of the bourgeois - more blood, as much as possible.”
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The Cheka… is based

The NKVD… is based


She didn't miss. Lenin was just too chad to die yet.

It probably contributed to the stroke that killed him.


This was just one ordinary day just like this in 1918. People now lack balls and read too few books.


I can't believe lenin got shot by the female version of /pol/face


You can't larp on the internet dingleberry.

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i can't believe people skip straight to marx. you can't even begin to understand marx until you have read the following thinkers in the following order:

Hesiod (7th cent. BC), Thales (early 6th cent. BC), Anaximander (6th cent. BC), Anaximenes (6th cent. BC), Xenophanes (6th-5th cent. BC), Pythagoras (6th-5th cent. BC), Heraclitus (6th-5th cent. BC), Parmenides (born ca. 510 BC), Zeno of Elea (born ca. 490 BC), Melissus of Samos (fl. ca. 440 BC), Anaxagoras (fl. mid-5th cent. BC), Leucippus (5th cent. BC), Empedocles (late 5th cent. BC), Democritus (born ca. 460 BC), Philolaus of Croton (late 5th cent. BC), Diogenes of Apollonia (late 5th cent. BC), Protagoras (d. ca. 420), Archytas (5th-4th cent. BC), Socrates (469–399 BC), Hippocrates (d. ca. 380 BC), Gorgias (483-375 BC), Antisthenes (ca.446-366 BC), Aristippus (ca. 435-356 BC), Xenophon (ca. 430-c.350 BC), Plato (429-347 BC), Speusippus (ca. 410-338 BC), Diogenes of Sinope (ca. 404-323 BC), Aristotle (384-322 BC), Xenocrates (395–313 BC), Theophrastus (372–288 BC), Crates (d. ca. 285 BC), Epicurus (342-271 BC), Pyrrho (d. ca. 275–270 BC), Zeno of Citium (344–262 BC), Euclid (fl. 300 BC), Arcesilaus (ca. 316-241 BC), Cleanthes (d. 232 BC), Timon of Phlius (ca. 320–230 BC), Erasistratus (fl. first half 3rd c. BC), Herophilus (3rd c. BC), Archimides (ca. 287– 212 BC), Chrysippus (d. ca. 206), Carneades (ca. 214–129 BC), Philo of Larissa (158–83 BC), Antiochus of Ascalon (ca. 130-69 BC), Lucretius (d. ca. 50 BC), Philodemus of Gadara (1st cent. BC), Cicero (106-43 BC), Aenesidemus (1st cent. BC), Agrippa (1st cent. BC), Andronicus (1st cent. BC), Boethus of Sidon (second half 1st cent. BC), Eudorus (fl. ca. 25 BC), Philo of Alexandria (first half 1st cent.), Thrasyllus (d. 36), Seneca (d. 65), Quintilian (ca. 35-100), Plutarch (ca. 50-120), Epictetus (ca. 55-135), Calvenus Taurus (first half 2nd cent.), Aspasius (ca. 100-150), Justin Martyr (ca. 100-165), Ptolemy (ca. 100-170), Marcus Aurelius (121-180 (reigned 161-80)), Irenaeus of Lyons (ca. 130-200), Sextus Empiricus (fl. ca. 200), Clement of Alexandria (ca. 150-215), Tertullian (155-ca. 220), Galen (129–ca. 216), Alexander of Aphrodisias (fl. ca. 200), Numenius (mid 2nd cent.), Apuleius (mid 2nd cent.), Alcinous (2nd cent.), Origen (185-253), Plotinus (205-270), Porphyry (234-ca. 305), Iamblichus (ca. 245-ca. 320), Calcidius (fl. 320's), Arius (ca. 260-336), Lactantius (ca. 260-340), Antony the Great (d. 356), Victorinus (fl. 353-362), JulianPost too long. Click here to view the full text.
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check these numbers


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>Philosophers worth reading

good list


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imagine thinking you understand the classics of western philosophy if you haven't read all the cave art


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>>Philosophers worth reading
>Kant (don't even like him but he is necessary)
>The late 20th century postmodernists, i.e. Deleuze (genius/the James Joyce of philosophy), Foucault, Baudrillard (based), Virilio, Derrida
>Marshall McLuhan
>Nietzsche (based)
>Debord (based)
>Wittgenstein (for gaming with language)


all bourgeois trash

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