Meme of the Day

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Re: Meme of the Day

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It was not possible to determine the dimensions of the image.
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Re: Meme of the Day

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The forum part of the website was down over the weekend as per a scheduled PHP update that isnt compatible with this verison of phpbb.. now they've rolled back the PHP version however this dimension issue kreeps up on all images, I'll take a long at the setting see if I can unbust it. But definitely this heralds a day when the forums will need to switch-over to an entirely new platform.

Yeah I need to upgrade the phpbb version, that's scary lol If everything breaks I apologize in advance lol

Okay without having to upgrade the whole deal, I was able to disable image size limitations which seems to bypass the need for a dimensions check and images once again seem to work,

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Re: Meme of the Day

Postby Americalex » Aug 13, 2017 12:51 pm

Islam is responsible for islamic terrorism, humanism is responsible for white supremacist nazism.
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Re: Meme of the Day

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In your head it is.
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Re: Meme of the Day

Postby Americalex » Aug 13, 2017 2:08 pm

That does not preclude reality from agreeing with me.
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Re: Meme of the Day

Postby Bayowolf » Aug 14, 2017 3:12 pm

As I have said before, Radical Islamism is *+*+antithetical+*+* to any form of CORRECT humanism.
Likewise, white supremacism is *+*+antithetical+*+* to any form of CORRECT humanism.
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Re: Meme of the Day

Postby Americalex » Aug 14, 2017 3:20 pm

Funny the way humanists believe that simply stating things makes them true. There are tons of evidence available out there that you can lookup which links up evolutionism with racism. It is in fact well known that Darwin was a disgusting racist of the worst ilk, but his work provides the logical belief system to rationalize racism hence humanists tend to be racist by virtue of their core beliefs one of which is evolutionism. Hitler was basically applying evolutionist thinking to the letter, he was a very tangible humanist in regards to his anti-theist, atheist, naturalist, evolutionist and materialist conceptions of reality. Just look at how Nazi germany was a client state of Russia, being propped up by fellow socialists to weaken the West so that Russia would later "roll over" the frail remains easily. It didn't quite workout that way thankfully.

Humanist icon #1:

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A recurring theme among humanists.

In a way, Islam is the perfect form of humanism, this explains why many humanists end up converting to it. First of all, it is abjectely false in a very stupid and evident way, many of its practionners are self aware about how full of shit they are and how it all is just a brain numbing excuse to take shit over and embrace evil for the kicks. It is entirely focused on emulating a human being effectively worshipping him in a glorified god, which many humanists espouse through their pantheistic neo-pagan understandings of man being the ultimate being. The unknowable impersonal nature of Allah makes him a remote non existing entity which humanists can relate to. Ultimately by their actions which are entirely intent upon jihad against normal people to conquer them by violence and persecute, enslave and ultimately genocide them, humanists perceive a false religion in which they can relate since these actions make perfect sense from the point of view of humanist logic, as seen often in their own regimes when they took shit over historically. Islam provides them the cover to operate their fagness so to speak... or rather, becoming part of Islam affords them the ability to release their instincts concerning what constitutes power and mankind's nature.

Heck, Hitler considered converting all of Germany by force to Islam in order to join it and then dominate it, hence achieving sufficient manpower to succeed in the overturning of the judeo-christian tradition once and for all.
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Re: Meme of the Day

Postby Bayowolf » Aug 14, 2017 3:23 pm

Yeah, yeah, yeah. It was bullshit when you said it before...it is still bullshit now.
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Re: Meme of the Day

Postby Bayowolf » Aug 14, 2017 3:27 pm

Oh, BTW. Nazi Germany was never ever, ever a "client state" of the Soviet Union. Read your history, man. At first Stalin was Hitler's bitch and then Stalin turned the tables and made Hitler his bitch.
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Re: Meme of the Day

Postby Americalex » Aug 14, 2017 3:32 pm

Keep saying things as if they were true, you brand yourself an evermore assured humanist each time.

It's becoming well known that both the entirety of the luftwaffe and panzer armies were allowed to be developped, produced, and trained inside Russia secretly, through a secret agreement dating back to 1923. Then they split Judeo-Catholic Poland amongst themselves, ruthlessly persecuting and genociding said enemies of the islamo-humanist construct which they served.
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Re: Meme of the Day

Postby Bayowolf » Aug 14, 2017 3:56 pm

I don't doubt that the USSR was in cahoots with Germany (Notice that I did not say "Nazi") in Germany's defiance of the Versailles agreement. The USSR was hoping that the socialists (read "communists") would take over in Germany and Germany would become a Soviet client but all such hopes were dashed in the 1932-3 period. If you are as knowledgeable in the interwar period as you claim, then you'll remember what happened in "1932-3".

By 1924, a Moscow Center office had been opened by the Reichswehr in Moscow. In March of 1924, the Russians approached the Germans to see which types of industrial capabilities could be quietly transferred to the Soviet Union. Could the Albatros Werke build airplanes in the Soviet Union; could Blohm and Voss build submarines, could Krupp build ammunition production plants, etc.

Co-operation was supposed to be a two-way street. As German military units were gaining experiences in the Soviet Union, a number of Soviet military technology experts and military officers were being secretly trained in Germany. However, in reality, the Germans took far more from the Soviets than they were willing to give in return.
Please be reminded that this took place before the Nazis were elected into power and, yet, the Weimar Republic was making the Soviet Union its bitch.

By 1932, and certainly by 1933, the end of German-Soviet military co-operation efforts were in clear sight. Hitler and his Nationalist Socialists were not in a mood to co-operate with the Soviets in secret on military matters. Communism was after all seen as one of the main enemy's of the German people. In the end, it was the Soviet Union, which officially asked the Reichswehr to close all of its facilities and depart the Soviet Union in August of 1933. The Germans had left by September. By that time, the Soviet Union was already expanding its contacts with the British and the French, in part to balance the loss of the German connection.


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Re: Meme of the Day

Postby Americalex » Aug 14, 2017 4:05 pm

Right, I know that at some point the Nazis derailed from the globalist ambitions of the Soviet bloc, and as such they came up with Barbarossa as a means to steal the initiative from the pending invasion of massive soviet forces along the newly connecting border (again Stalin took no heat for invading Poland, somehow). Since the soviet troops were not prepared to defned themselves, but rather to attack, they were caught off guard in huge pincer movements. But the Nazis had no idea what they were up against (the Soviet industrial might was entirely geared for world conquest). In the end Stalin's master plan kind of partially worked, he did gain huge chunks of Europe. And of course the russians were completely expendable cattle in that delusional humanist ambition for world domination, suffering th emost of out of any nation due to being slaves oppressed in a ruthless pedo-satanist system whose cult leaders have been crypto-muslims all along. It's really the resurgence of jihad thanks to oil revenues that make Islam resurface as the preeminent evil holding the humanist leash. It's very apparent now that humanists will be easily slaughtered once they have served their cowardly betrayer purpose within the western world and Islam is able to force itself fully over our nations (if).
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Re: Meme of the Day

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Re: Meme of the Day

Postby Bayowolf » Aug 25, 2017 10:31 am

Americalex wrote:...(again Stalin took no heat for invading Poland, somehow)...

That's simply because the USSR, in 1939, took back the land that it lost during the Polish-Soviet War (February 1919-March 1921). Of course, it wanted more land (it always did) but, for the time being, it was willing to live with the deal that it made with the Krauts back in August (Ribbentrop-Molotov Pact, 23. August, 1939)
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Re: Meme of the Day

Postby Windwalker » Aug 25, 2017 11:08 am

Bayowolf wrote:
Americalex wrote:...(again Stalin took no heat for invading Poland, somehow)...

That's simply because the USSR, in 1939, took back the land that it lost during the Polish-Soviet War (February 1919-March 1921). Of course, it wanted more land (it always did) but, for the time being, it was willing to live with the deal that it made with the Krauts back in August (Ribbentrop-Molotov Pact, 23. August, 1939)


I don't agree with your assessment at all. The French and British ignored the USSR aggression against Poland purely for self-interested pragmatism, not some perceived "tit-for-tat" between the Poles and the Russians.

Had the Soviets stayed out of the fight in Poland, the French and British could have fulfilled their promise to open a Western front in German territory across the Siegfried Line. Poland's entire defense was geared toward holding Germany off long enough for the French Army to mobilize on Germany's flank. Instead, we had Germany pulling the same tactic against Poland with the help of the Russians, in what looked blatantly like the first phase of a combined Russian-German force.

The French and British, because of the Russian aggression, had to choose:

1. -Keep our promise to Poland of mobilizing on Germany's west, even though Poland will fall before it will do any good due to Russia speeding up the invasion. (This choice could also potentially create a German-Soviet vs French-UK situation which the Allies would not have been able to handle.)

or

2. -Ignore their promise to the already doomed Poland, in hopes that the Soviets could be won back over to the Allied cause via diplomacy.

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I think if the Allies had realized Germany was going to steam-roll France a few months later, they would have chosen 1 instead of 2, the Russians be damned.... Me personally, I buy into the notion that there is a spiritual element to fighting forces. France's Army "had it coming" getting kicked in the face by Germany for several years for stabbing Poland in the back the way they did. The Russians, on the other hand, still haven't paid the piper for several centuries of betrayal and tip-of-the-dagger diplomacy. The Reaper always gets his due in the end.
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Re: Meme of the Day

Postby Bayowolf » Aug 25, 2017 1:44 pm

I agree with your assessment for the most part.

My original point was that "the Soviets taking back land that was 'stolen' from them" made it easier for the Western Allies (UK/France) to overlook the Soviets' part in the dismemberment (the "Fourth Partition") of Poland. Unfortunately, as I was on break at work when I wrote the previous post, I had not the time to flesh out my thoughts or make them clearer.
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Re: Meme of the Day

Postby Windwalker » Aug 26, 2017 2:30 am

Bayowolf wrote:I agree with your assessment for the most part.

My original point was that "the Soviets taking back land that was 'stolen' from them" made it easier for the Western Allies (UK/France) to overlook the Soviets' part in the dismemberment (the "Fourth Partition") of Poland. Unfortunately, as I was on break at work when I wrote the previous post, I had not the time to flesh out my thoughts or make them clearer.


At least the Allies had the fortitude to declare war against Germany in the face of their aggression against Poland, even if they utterly failed in their promise to open a Western front.

Poland is key terrain for Russia defensively, and was in fact Stalin's biggest dispute with the Allies during the years in which WW2 transitioned into the Cold War. A lot of the hub-hub going on right now has to do with NATO and the US allies in the Pacific adopting the "3 layered" approach to nuclear defense... the "first layer" is a screen of fast-moving interceptors that can knock down a missile shortly after launch before it picks of speed and has a chance to separate the warheads/decoys, thus taking down the whole system with just one shot.... We have very recently pushed this "first layer" as close as Poland, South Korea, and ship-based systems in the northern Pacific...

The MAD concept is currently out of balance... we could take out China Russia and North Korea with minimal loss on our side (other than the potential for a global-level fallout situation, of course (wouldn't it suck to have to live in a shelter in your basement for a few years with only short excursions to the grocery store here and there... it would certainly be a boom for the hydroponic farming industry and online social-networking, lol, and the end of Global-warming concerns))
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Re: Meme of the Day

Postby Americalex » Aug 26, 2017 11:04 pm

I'm not convinced the West's multi-layered ballistic interception capabilities can deal with vast strategic arsenals of nations like Russia and China. Surely they can deal with rogue states like Iran or North Korea.. but Russia could probably get quite a few through the net, considering the unpredictability of mobile launch sites and missile subs. Ideally I am wrong about this and we will never need to find out of course!
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