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>”Muh racial purity and supremacy”
>willingly commanded the most ethnically diverse military unit of the war
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I know. Why would I want to?
Richard Spencer, Nathan Damiago, and Jared Taylor all look good
if it looks like oxymoronic behavior to you, maybe his views have not been accurately represented to you.

this line of thinking would of course require hubris and an open mind on your part.
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Source, citation??

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Abrahamic religions are incompatible with the modern world and society. They no longer can fulfill the basic needs they once did.
How did this happen?
They seem to be doing just fine and growing.
>Jewish People
They're Jews. Nobody says Jesus People or Arabian Pagans.
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Holy cope.
>they're growing, you guys.
>Abrahamic religions are incompatible with the modern world and society.
While I want to agree with you, particular with Islam, the two largest religions in the world is Christianity followed by Islam. If it was truly incompatible there wouldn't be so many followers. I will say that Judaism has less followers than Sikhism, and those that study the Talmud (the real Jewish holy book) will understand how anti-modern they are.

>They no longer can fulfill the basic needs they once did.
Define what you consider "basic needs".

That being said, allow me to fix your chart:
>Common Symbol
Judaism - Two Tablets, because the Magen David is a secular symbol.
Christianity - Cross
Islam - The Arabic script for Allah, because the Star and Crescent is a Turkish symbol.
>Key person/People
Judaism - Rabbi Akiva and Maimonides
Christianity - Jesus and Paul

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>How did this happen?
Western civilization became pozzed due to the "Enlightenment"

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Can Zulus be considered evil fascists since they killed anyone who was too genetically weak and unfit (just like what Nazi Germany did)?
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It's the modern-day Zulus who are destroying SA since their tribal chieftain got his ass slung in jail. You know that. Right?
>“If I was in the field with my boys, it wouldn’t have went down like it did. There would have been a lot of blood on that hill and then me saying, ‘OK, we’re going back to Britain, don’t worry.’”
giwtwm (in the center)
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forgot pic :DDD
No, Facism has tenets that tie on economic progress.

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In your opinion, what's the worst case of "we wuzz"ing you've come across? (can be ethnic, national, cultural claims etc)
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What about Korea?
>They Came Before Columbus: The African Presence in Ancient America (Journal of African Civilizations)
Something i like about being a retarded faggot who can read better people's summarization of historical events is being able to predict what kind of dumb shit will be pulled out in order to fit an author's pre concieved view, like my first thought about pre-columbus african presence in the Americas was that Malian king who sailed west, and lo and behold, there it is.
>It's probably the most prevalent form
Maybe if your life revolves around Stormfront you obsessed fuck
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Nordicist wewuzzing is probably the most true of all the we wewuzzings, to the point where I'd call it substantially true.

>Talk about how ancient Chinese were Aryans and shit
Aryans were living in Yunnan and the Ordos Loop. You can be mad about it, but look it up. On a related note, the Chinese are probably afraid Qin Shihuang is gonna be White/Hapa, so they won't pop the lid unless it could be useful in maybe expanding the definition of Chinese identity to include Aryan descended people.

We wuz.
And I'm a brown eyed Atlantid. That's where the available evidence points.

Sheeeeeeeeit Olmecs unironically had Chinese influence.


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>regent of Hungary
>never restores the king
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True, but English is a bit hard to define. It's not the same as Anglo-Saxon. The average Englishman is 70% pre-Anglo-Saxon (Which might as well be Welsh). And the Scots are a close relation as well.
Nothing wrong with a Welsh or Scottish king.
Basically all of Europe had German monarchs. Wittelsbachs in Scandinavia, Poland's various kings, the British royal family are from Hanover, the Habsburgs of course ruling everything, even the Russian royal family got seriously GERM'D before it kicked the bucket. William of Orange was from the house of Nassau. Greece's first modern king was named Otto Friedrich Ludwig... It's all G*rms, always has been.
why should he restore the last of a ragged house long bereft of chromosomes
>HRE having 10x more dukes and 100x more counts as any other European enity (per km2)
>somehow surprised that over 1000 years most European dynasties come from HRE

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>Find something to believe in. And find it for yourself. And when you do, pass it on to the future.
>If you don't know, that's your problem; You can tell other people about -- having faith. What you had faith in. What you found important enough to fight for. It's not whether you were right or wrong, but how much faith you were willing to have, that decides the future.
Reject war and nuclear weapons
Instead, let the world be, fight for what you believe in

And if your beliefs are apathetic to the state of war and nuclear deterrence in the world then you missed the whole entire point of the message
Holy...it's just like one of my Japanese animes...
>ever taking the shitshow that is Metal Gear's plot and themes seriously

I made this mistake
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Why is japan so bad at Philosophy?
consequence of not having a soul.

I think the political compass is a good matrix for post-enlightenment politicians, however I'd replace "economic left - economic right" with "reformist - traditionalist", and "authoritarian - libertarian" with "collectivist - individualist".

For example, for the late 18th century, the American Revolutionaries would be "reformist + individualist", the French Revolutionaries would be "reformist + collectivist", the absolute monarchists would be "traditionalist + collectivist", and constitutional monarchists would be "traditionalist + individualist".

What would be a good matrix to classify/compare historical politicians?

What axes should be included in such a matrix?
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Spanish civil War compass
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20th century meme compass
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1960s meme compass
It seems the original political compass is good enough. No need to change.
Eh, the political compass really doesn't work for very old stuff.
Your average French soldier wasn't for "economic left" and the vendee wasn't for "economic right".
Also the bourgeosie was literally behind the revolution while the peasants very quickly turned against the revolution (specially in the South and West of France) as soon as The Terror kicked in and the revolution went from "let's kill the king" to "ABOLISH CHRISTIANITY, BURN CHURCHES, RAPE NUNS AND KILL EVERYONE WHO COMPLAINS".

idk why people think the French revolution was something anyway comparable to what we now may understand as "left leaning". A lot of different parties came and went with their different ideologies, but at the end of the day, the man remaining in power, Napoleon, was full blown "libertarian right" for his time, with his law code very strictly protecting private property, individual rights and freedoms and ending government mandated privileges.

Egalite meant equality in front of the law (not equality of outcome), liberte meant freedom from the State and fraternite was nationalism. All things the left nowadays hates.

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What do you guys think are the main issues that the attackers face that can result in a huge defeat during a siege
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Poor scouting and situational awareness leading to getting caught off guard by relief armies.

Sobieski, having encountered Ottoman patrols on the way to Vienna, was absolutely shocked at finding the Ottoman siege camps completely unprepared for any sort of attack, with no fortifications or field works facing any way other than the city. Cavalry charges were stupid easy to stop with things like cheval de frise, but the Turks have set up nothing of the sort. Pure complacency. "They're acting like we're hundreds of miles away" he wrote to his wife.
Getting called on account of rain.
>with no fortifications or field works facing any way other than the city.
*and the Türkenschanze to the northwest which were immaterial since the Poles just walked around them
God was on their side.
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12 years later, same place, crushing Dutch strategic victory
were they Tang Chinese, they'd eat the civilians

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Could Germany have won ww1?
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Just don't invade Belgium.
Leviathan book series, starts interesting, devolves into YA romance shit.
Germany lost WW1 before a bullet was shot BECAUSE OF THE STRATEGIC SITUATION it was in.

The Germans won in the east and threw 50 divisions from the Eastern front onto the west and still couldn't force a decisive breakthrough. The American entry and the pouring manpower just put in the nail in the coffin. It was over before it was even started although the Germans tried REALLY hard to win, like helping to create the first communist state in history in hopes of victory.
Nonsense. Virtually every single author I've read concerning this subject have come to the conclusion that Britain was almost certain to intervene, anyways.

>The ambassador reported that the British Foreign Secretary, Sir Edward Grey, continued to desire a four-power conference but now warned privately that Britain would not stand aside if France were drawn into the conflict.
>t. Alexander Watson

>On [08/01/1914], Linchowsky again asked Grey if the British would remain impassive provided that the Germans did not invade neutral Belgium. Grey refused to give that assurance, stating that Belgium might be ‘an important but not a decisive factor.’ On behalf of the Kaiser, the German government then asked on what terms Britain would remain neutral, but, as the British Member of Parliament, James Ramsey-McDonald, stated openly in the House of Commons: “Sir Edward Grey declined to discuss the matter. This fact was suppressed by Mr Asquith and Sir Edward Grey in their speeches to Parliament. When Sir Edward Grey failed to secure peace between Germany and Russia, he worked deliberately to involve us in the war, using Belgium as his chief excuse.”
>t. Christina Croft

>...on 29 July the Chancellor called British Ambassador Sir Edward Goschen to his residence and... would offer London a neutrality agreement, guarantee the independence of the Netherlands, and promise not to undertake ‘territorial gains at the expense of France’....Grey received Goschen’s account... on 30 July... That afternoon, Grey [informed the German ambassador that] Britain would not remain neutral [in a general war]...
>t. Holger H. Herwig

And that's not even addressing how Britain and France had their tendrils in Belgium.
no,once the uk joined the war it was already doomed to fail for the kraut

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Why were French people in the 1970's and 80's so concerned with immigration and 'Islamization'? Where did these fears come from? 'Camp of the Saints' came out in 1973, and seemed to kick off an age of immigration paranoia that didn't ease until the later 1990's.
Because they could see it with their own eyes.
In ten to twenty years the "libanization" of France will be in full effect
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the overwhelming majority of muslims and allied groups vote for the socialist party and for special privileges and entitlements for their ethnic group at the expense of french people and will do so to their grave, they demand mass media show negative depictions of french people and only positive depictions of themselves or they feign offense, they possess racial hatred towards french people and undermine their host nation, meanwhile the french population is demoralized suffering from depression and below replacement birth rates (for the first time in their history) and this is all actively supported by the state

someone being a member of an organized group that is hostile towards you is reason enough to take measures to defend yourself, you don't even need to be a "xenophobe"
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hmm, maybe it's that time the muzlims stole the holy land from the christian romans
or maybe that time they stole egypt and north africa from the christian romans
or maybe that time they stole anatolia and the balkans, and attacked viena
or maybe that time they stole iberia and attacked france
or maybe it's that time they were kid-napping millions of christians with their muzzie piracy
All those times they were allied with Christian sympathizers who were being persecuted due to sectarian or national differences.

In Vienna, Non-Catholics allied with Muslims against Catholics.
In Spain, they allied with Muslims against Visigoths (who also controlled Rome)
In Egypt, half of Northern Egypt allied with Muslims.

Most of the history is populous Christians fighting each other, and the weaker side enlists the help of Muslims, who could only advance with their permission, since they lack naval, forward siege capabilities.
maybe they went outside and used their eyes

is the simping we experience today at an all time high or is it merely a different form?
it's caused by feminism fooling men into believing that women are sexually attracted to submissiveness
When you're in love there isn't much you can do.
There's a tranny I'm in love with and despite how she will never sleep with me, I have a hard time ignoring her. It takes a very strong man to ignore women.
You're crazier than he is. Seek help.

In my case:
Some large overseas colony away from Europe (Argentina, Australia or South Africa).
~90-100 million
70% Atlantid/Alpinid (Central/North Italians, South/Central French, Swiss, South Germans, Austrians, British);
10% Meds (South Italians, Spanish, Portuguese and Greeks);
10% Nords (North French, North Germans, Dutch and Scandinavians);
7% some of the Slavs (Czechs, Slovaks, Slovenes, Croats, Belarusians, Ukrainians, Poles, Western Russians);
3% minorities (Polynesians).
Classical. A mixture between Italian and French culture with a steely reverence for Ancient Rome and the Napoleonic era.
Overwhelming majority are Christians (mostly Roman Catholics, but other denominations are also present) or atheists; any other religions are allowed except for Islam and Judaism.

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3 million
70% east germanic, 25% slavic, 2% tatar, 3% other
Mixture of slavic, germanic and greek culture
Eastern orthodoxy
>political system
>legal system
Don't care

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Base in international waters on an expanded oil derrick
Warriors of various nations of the world who sold their souls for people who turned their backs on them
Clan like warrior-mercenary culture
We fight for those who pay us and those cannot fight for themselves
Radical daoism
>political system
Military judiciary led by the supreme and singular Boss
>Legal system

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3 million
90% anglo saxon
10% slavic
pre norman anglo saxon
catholic and orthodox christianity
>political system
absolute monarchy
>legal system

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The epitome of a cringy autist
probably genetically modify some aborigines to have a few extra IQ points and colonize an island like Sri Lanka or Taiwan, leave them and come back in 200 years, that would be interesting, but >>>/tg/

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10. Iberian
9. Etruscan
8. Hunnic
7. Coptic
6. Old Norse
5. Middle English
4. Aramaic
3. Ancient Egyptian
2. Ancient Greek
1. Latin
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"Top" in what sense?
1. Egyptian
2. Phoenician (Ugaritic)
3. Akkadian
4. Hexaplic Hebrew
5. Avestan
6. Hittite
7. Sumerian
8. Aztec
9. Etruscan
10. Luwian
it means Proto-Germanic before Grimm's Law
Classical Arabic.
Obviously gonna leave out proto-languages
10. Lusitanian
9. Indigenous Iberian
8. Urartian
7. Olmec
6. Kumaso (Kyushu Austronesian)
5. Elamite
4. Hunnic
3. Jie (Yeniseian)
2. Sumerian
1. Etruscan

>Whatever language(s) the Rongorongo was used for
While we have no idea about the content of the alphabet itself, the language is almost certainly that of the Rapa Nui, which is still spoken by a handful of people today, or a related language. The bird-man motifs and other animal glyphs feature prominently in the cultures of the Far Eastern Polynesians.

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Risking attracting retards, how was (racial/tribal/ethnical) miscegenation acknowledged in history by major civilizations of the antiquity like Greeks, Persians or Romans? And later ones, like medieval Arabic societies or colonial powers, etc.?
I have been reading about the subject and the information seems rather contradictory at times. And while it was obviously not that common in majority of cases, how it was generally approached legally or viewed in social terms?
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So fiction.
Revisionist propaganda. Rome might have been multiracial by ancient terms. But likely more homogeneous than modern Japan.
Don't worry. Everything will be homogenous once we mix it all up.
Yes, but in general older works of fiction are an exaggeration of history that happened and it shows the beliefs of a civilization at a time.
Okay question related to this. Did the Germanic Kingdoms that eventually came to rule over rome allow intermarry or where they against it? Like the Goths in Ibera, the Vandals in North Africa, or the Lombards in Italy?

It’s crazy to me hundred’s of millions of years had passed and there were still dinosaurs roaming the planet

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