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*saves art*
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If you unironically think he saved art you're clueless about art
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>>9250325
based.

How influential was Goebbels in making propaganda?

Was he the first to do it to such a level?
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>>9250546
Was this image photoshopped
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>>9250594
This. Propaganda was also utilized by the British to sway public opinion to being supportive of their conquests, aka the Irish are all drunk, violent peasants or Africa is nothing but savages.
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>>9250671
>the Irish are all drunk, violent peasants or Africa is nothing but savages.
These are both true tho
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>>9250546
he basically just cherry picked stuff from the commies
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>>9250659
no, this is the real goebbels that (((they))) don't want you to see

I need some good history podcasts.
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In Our Time if you actually want quality historical discussion and not spergs talking about roman armies for 5 hours
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Hardcore history with joe rogan
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Hard-core porno history with fag carlin
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>>9249305
>>9249318
These two are good
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>>9248474
The Ancient World: Active
The History of Ancient Greece: Active

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was he real?
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>>9250714
If is too based so it isn't real.
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I cannot believe that a man this bold existed in this time period. Too many of his stories are Indian facebook tier urban legends.
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> me on the left
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OMG LE ANCIENT GREEK PHILOSOPHER WHO LIVED IN A BARREL AND FAPPED IN PUBLIC HE WAS TOTALLY ME OMGGGGG YOU HEARD OF THAT STORY WHEN HE PLUCKED A CHICKEN TO BTFO ANOTHER PHILOSOPHER??
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>>9250760
he sounds like a twitch streamer desu, you could replace Diogenes with xqc.

>comes back TWO days later (by their own gospels)
>followers insist for the next 2000 years it was totally three days
Of all the petty shit to lie about, why do christians insist on this one?
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"on the third day" is two days later
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Because christian theology is autiastically obsessed with trinitarian symbolism

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How do you think he defecated?
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>>9250116
What do killers order at Taco Bell.
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>>9250141
>What do killers order at Taco Bell.
Virgin 16 year olds of both sexes
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>>9250141
Well I can tell you Dahmer didn't like taco bell
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>>9250110
Very carefully.
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>>9250110
Probably through his ass into one of his many lover's mouth.

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How can their taxation method suck so hard they are no longer able to pay for standing army?
If they they had picked more secular religion, would they have invented printing-presses and gunpowder in 1100s?
Do you think there is a pattern with Roman collapse and Bronze age collapse? Like advanced civilization falls and it takes few centuries to pick up the pace?
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>>9250531
Yes, it was the germanic/celtic equivalent of sumerian period in Iraq and early dynastic period of Egypt, people stopped of living unstable lives as nomads to live stable lives as sedentary peasants
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>>9250531
Gunpowder was used for warfare by 900 AD. Medieval European civilisations went through a lot of crises, like multiple plagues that took out 1/3 or more of the populations of some places, so their development was slow as a result
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>>9250572
>It’s not that their method of taxation sucked, it’s that medieval kingdoms were much smaller and couldn’t draw upon nearly as much money or resources to have a standing army.
They couldn't do that because they had enfeoffed most of their land to nobles, and could only get from them limited military service, no taxes from the peasants living under them. Thus, France invented taille, which was collected from the peasants to the crown directly, which allowed France to hire bunch of mercs apparently.
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>>9250707
>no taxes from the peasants living under them.
That’s not true at all, peasants were the most taxed in the Middle Ages. The Peasant’s Revolt of England happened because of high taxes, including the newly introduced poll tax
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>>9250724
As you said, newly introduce poll-tax... Also, probably didn't help that that the tax-collectors began raping the peasants.

Ok, let me begin with a disclaimer, I'm by no means a /pol/tard, I don't believe in the Jewish conspiracy or blood libel or muh Jewish subversion of white countries, I don't believe in any of that shit. But as I study history I am indeed intrigued about the recurrent pattern of Jewish persecution and expulsion, and it baffles me that this tiny group of people could cause such butthurt to so many nations throughout so many ages.

At first, I thought that Jewish prejudice and persecution of Jews had for the most part a Christian origin during the late antiquity and the Medieval age. But I'm surprised by the fact that there was Jewish persecution even before Christianity emerged, so I genuinely don't understand, why? Why have so many different groups of people hated them for so long? What's the origin of the near universal sentiment of disdain that has manifested throughout the centuries?

Like I said, I'm not a poltard that believes that there's something inherently wrong or negative about Jewish people. So I can't for the life of me explain this phenomenon, because it is consistent and recurrent. So /his/, why?
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>>9247400
Leftypolcucks need the rope
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>>9247063
Because Jews are arrogant assholes
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>>9247400
Based
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>>9250457
The Romans killed Jesus, if the Jews wanted to kill him for heresy then they would have stoned him to death rather than scheming to make the hostile occupying Roman forces kill him.
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>>9250472
antisemitism in the broader muslim community only arose about 150 years ago

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Why the fuck was Roman art so terrible? What held them back? It looks like something a 4 year old would draw. What happened to make the Christian Europeans such superior artists?
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>>9250723
Lmao you had to dig pretty deep for those didn't you

I'll gice you a 6/10, not very creative but at least you put in the work.

What does /his/ think of him?
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nR_myjOr0OU
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>>9248566
kinda neat
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>>9248566
Worthless fucking piece of trash.
This piece of shit is responsible for all the shit happening right now in America.
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>>9248642
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> Coke Stevenson is a governor of Texas for 8 years
> Does nothing to end pseudofeudal vote rigging at Rio Grande Valley
> It comes back with LBJ using it to beat him
> Gets salty and tries to use violence and federal courts to correct his mistakes

I’m going to post this every day until you remember it

Why didn’t they resist the allied occupation?
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>>9250482
Even the Soviets?
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>>9250521
soviets were probably pretty much the same as nazis but who cares about east germans
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>>9247528
They feared the commies more than the Allies to care about resisting allies that much:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schnez-Truppe
SS Veterans made a secret army and was ready to field troops to defend against a cold war Soviet invasion.

Germany had resistance but it was all over the place rather than organized into one proper main movement. You could say the Werewolfs were an organized movement but not really. I think by the time occupation came from the Allies the German people were so exhausted they didn't fight as much as other countries like France. Or maybe they did:
https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/nazi-werewolves-who-terrorized-allied-soldiers-end-wwii-180970522/
But it's Germany so maybe their efforts are less talked about in history.

>>9247558
False outlook. My father's family moved to Germany for some years in the 60s and left by the 70s and they spoke about how the Germanys may seem different but they still hold their dirty beliefs and that Germany hadn't changed much.
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>>9247528
Germans living only to betrayal their masters. If they don't have a master, who they will betrayal?
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>>9250619
the true masters of the world
the jew

>Cat burning was a form of entertainment throughout medieval Europe, in particular France and Belgium, prior to the 1800s. In this form of entertainment, people would gather dozens of cats in a net and hoist them high into the air from a special bundle onto a bonfire causing death through the effects of combustion, or effects of exposure to extreme heat. In the medieval and early modern periods, cats, which were associated with vanity and witchcraft, were sometimes burned as symbols of the devil.

>According to Norman Davies, the assembled people "shrieked with laughter as the animals, howling with pain, were singed, roasted, and finally carbonized".

what the fuck? why were they so cruel? how could they enjoy mass animal suffering? and the smell?
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>>9250548
Having had a cat I hate them so fucking much.
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>>9250435
Clearly concerned with the scarcity of plague rats.
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>vanity and witchcraft
>symbols of the devil

>Yes, Christianity brought rationality to Europe.
Another example of eastern superstitions corrupting the masses.
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>>9250681
Life only get worse with cat acceptance.
Hitler should had made a cat genocide too.
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Of course B*lgians are involved in such a barbaric practice, truly the eternal Sodom.

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Do you imagine sisyphus happy, anon?
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>>9249241
No. Happiness is just the temporary cessation of desire. Sisyphus is either perpetually desiring freedom from punishment and therefore is suffering. Or he has accepted his punishment and is therefore content.
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Shoould we hae a philosophy general as the board is mostly hist, anons? Or will the mutts just ruin it?
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>>9250101
>missing the point this hard
/pol/ induced brain damage
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>>9249298
We can only hope
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>>9249241
I do. If I didn't I would just commit suicide; no sense in prolonging the inevitable if I don't appreciate life on my way to death.

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When it's all said and done, was he really that bad?
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>>9249831
>>9249849
Allende did not have absolute power, he was in power as part of a coalition which broke up, he lost the majority and refused to abide by the Chamber of Deputies resulting in deadlock. Without a coup Allende would just squirm and whine until an election, then he'd very likely be out of power democratically or at least be muzzled. The coup completely nixed democracy until the cold war ended and the zeitgeist changed.
>>9249854
Allende would have unironically opened up his asshole for the USSR and set up Mao-tier collective farms if he had absolute power.
>>9249855
The personal quirks of dictators don't matter much.
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>>9246615
His reforms served well once free trade deals could be negotiated (concertación changed the model very little, even in terms of welfare). In the end democracy would probably have been better.
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>>9246615

Not as bad as Rafael Videla.
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>>9249849
If you can call the 1970 election democratic. Either way, he was a weak suck up who was about to be overthrown by the radicals in the UP because even his own party didn't believe in democracy, there was the Arsenal found at his house for the GAP, then the ones seized during the Tanquetazo, the government was setting up to be overthrown from within and Allende was going down either way, Pinochet just cucked the loopy communists who wanted violent revolution.
https://www.24horas.cl/40anosdel11deseptiembre/allanan-residencia-del-ex-presidente-salvador-allende-837233
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>>9250626
>who was about to be overthrown by the radicals in the UP because even his own party didn't believe in democracy
Source?


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