>>17050 rzygłem, to jest sylwetka 30-letniego mirasa przedstawiciela handlowego, a nie idolki nastolatek autentycznie gdyby jej spłaszczyć i tak już małe cyce plus podmienić głowę na polusa zakolarza pierdolonego to byłby mirek na prowizji podróżujący po polsce służbową octavią 1.6 fsi
Kunnirinsan is the most autistic administrater in the world.
Today I gonna declear Jihad against the brutal tyrant ruling the dirty underworld.
It make me anger that he and his men who named swords of the king, slandered my favorite maids.
Therefore they should be perished from the internet.
Allahu akbar! Futaba admin is shitty bug.
>>13050 I know, isn't it great? I do have a confession to make, though. Hungary, I was unfaithful to you and got into an online arguement with another man yesterday. Could you find it in your heart to forgive me for my infidelity/autism? >>13051 De nada, friend >>13055 I never got into Alcest. Are they any good? I didn't know about the other groups, I suppose I know what I'm going to check out later today, thank you
>>13058 Idk, from what I read of opinions, a lot of people like one album but not the others. They vary in style a bit, and several in last case (Kodama) he went just the opposite direction from what he has stated he wants to do with the last album (Shelter) and he doesn't care what fans think about it (many of them hated it). But idk, so far I have liked all the albums. There's some songs that stand out a lot for me (Sur l'océan couleur de fer, Les Voyages de l'Âme, Éclosion), but even overall it's I'd say one of my fav bands. Les Discrets has two dark shoegaze albums similar to Amesoeurs, and one dark synth album. I don't know what I think of the last album Prédateurs, it has really nice atmosphere but it simply doesn't feel like it has enough material for a whole album. Peste Noire is a nationalist black metal band. I'd recommend to start with the self-titled album.
>>13058 >I know, isn't it great? Nod really. Music which is great despite it's unpleasantness do exists, many times the talent and knowledge which was put into it has to be appreciated. But in this case that music is just shit and not the shit.
>>13059 Peste Noire is nationalist, you say? Shame I can't show them to RAC Bernd, the dude would cream his pants.
Yeah, I guess I'll put Alcest on my list, too. I am very jaded with big-name acts but sounds like the guy isn't a people pleaser, I appreciate such a mindset. >>13061 It's not the kind of thing that you can just pick up and listen to, I'll give you that. But there is a certain state of mind where agony in music is a welcome thing. Different tastes I suppose.
Look, if these gay jokes are making you uncomfortable I'll stop. I don't chase straight guys and I'm not out to harass you, either.
today as I've been reading the best source of PROOFS (I mean, they're funded by a government, they literally can't be biased) I noticed this https://www.rt.com/news/394082-south-korea-kim-assassination/ >Former South Korean President Park Geun-hye was making plans to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-un
since koryŏ has been quite busy lately I think it warrants a specific thread
>>13085 >USSR technically had bomb shelters with stuff (gas masks, food) in every proper city, these shelters must be located in close vicinity to everyone. Every factory had shelters (they often used them as dump storage though) Sames here. >After collapse many shelters were abandoned, some replaced by stores, some remained. Some years ago government decided to fix this but situation isn't much better. Sames except everything was abandoned, closed down, left for decay and forgotten. Maybe some governmental buildings has shelters. Also the metro in Budapest.
My hopes is similar to his: >>13089 >the aggressors will think of us as a irrelevant target, not worthy of nuking. Hungary has left with nothing with strategical value with the exception of Paks NPP, maybe the nuclear powers have fresh info on us. I know on the old American target lists they had all major towns with notable industry and military installations. Now we have neither. Would be fun to be annihilated because of nothing.
What might help is guessing stuff that could be targeted (the old target list mentioned above helps), and knowing blast radii, terrain and wind patterns.
>>13088 Ooo, I got the chills. I liek female musicians especially drummers and guitarists. And not half bad they're playing. This: >>13090
>>13089 >You know, they could always fire some nukes from nato territory in europ so it could be even less time.
This is why INF treaty was signed in late 80-s. Now it is forbidden to make medium range missiles that can be placed in Europe (or Latin America/Cuba for USSR). Treaty works only on USSR/Russia and USA though, and doesn't cover sea-based missiles (that is why Tomahawks and their Russian based alternatives are used only on ships or subs).
In Russia now many people think that Gorbachev was a traitor. There is often cited story about OTR-23 "Oka" (SS-23) that wasn't fully qualified to be in this treaty but dismantled because "good will" of Gorbachev, and this is a treason etc. But in reality it was USSR who needed this treaty, not USA, because USA can't be easily reached from medium range, and USSR is very vulnerable because of Europe. But don't tell this to modern Russian "patriots", they wouldn't believe you anyway.
And looks like now there is process to dismantle the treaty from both sides. It isn't a good thing at all, although really it is mostly about China and other powers, who have no such restrictions and can do anything, not about Russia/USA relations.
>Imagine my situation when my country is pretty much bordering russia
You are in better position I guess. Russia won't bomb you much. Yes, you may expect some nuclear fallout, destruction of infrastructure and some burning cities, but it wouldn't be inevitable death of millions in 20 minutes, when all major cities and their neighborhoods are targeted by thousand of missiles. I think people who don't live close to military bases will be relatively ok in nuclear conflict in Eastern Europe.
I've already mentioned the book titled On Killing - The Psychological Cost of Learning to Kill in War and Society by Dave Grossman (Lt. Col. of US Army). It gave some food for thought and I'm planning to write some of my speculation.
But what did the author write? Let's summarize. He starts with the observation that most men has a natural resistance to kill (only 2% of men - those who have "predisposition toward aggressive psychopathic personality" - can go on killing without becoming a nervous wreck). This resistance is so high that even at times that our life is directly threatened (like others shoot at us) still difficult to overcome it. This resistance is the reason why infantry fire was so embarrassingly ineffective in the past 300 years - with the exception of machine guns - despite the fact that infantry weaponry (rifles) are reliable and accurate enough to cause massive losses among the enemy. The author gives examples and sources, such as a Prussian experiment in the late 18th century, several reports and notices from several authors during 19-20th centuries (American, French, Israeli etc.), and an interesting work by a US Army historian who (and his coworkers) made mass interviews with fighting GIs during and after WWII. Also he cites his own conversation with veterans of WWII and Vietnam. He gives new ideas on what's really happening on the battlefield. He compliments the widely known fight-or-flight model with two other options: in reality the soldiers can fight, posture, submit or flight. And most soldiers choose the second option. Then he ponders on what enables killing (I'm gonna write more about this later) and how modern (post-WWII) armies achieve this. Then he compares these methods with the ways of contemporary mass media. His conlcusion is (after pointing out the exponential rise of violent crimes) that mass media has an undesirable effect on society.
What interesting for me is this resistance, and the enabling part. These things are actually give an entirely new way of looking warfare, and how and why battles were won. For example the part officers (the demanding authority to kill) play in the enabling. When people (professional historians, history pros and other armchair generals) comparing the Hellenic phalanx with Roman manipulus and why the latter was more successful they compare everything but the officers. In the phalanx he's only one among those who stand in line and do the poking with pikes, but a Roman officer is one outside the formation and pressuring the soldiers to kill. It makes a huge difference if someone shouting in your ears "stab! stab! stab!" and generally pressuring you to kill. Especially if this one person is an exemplary one, a veteran whose skill in killing surpasses all the others in that particular unit. However noone talks about this because noone thinks about it.
I'll continue this sometimes, maybe only next weekend, we'll see. If you wish to read the book you can probably find it on libgen.
''A.D. 1025. This year went King Knute to Denmark with a fleet to the holm by the holy river; where against him came Ulf and Eglaf, with a very large force both by land and sea, from Sweden. There were very many men lost on the side of King Knute, both of Danish and English; and the Swedes had possession of the field of battle. A.D. 1030. This year returned King Olave into Norway; but the people gathered together against him, and fought against him; and he was there slain, in Norway, by his own people, and was afterwards canonised. A.D. 1067. ... he child Edric and the Britons were unsettled this year, and fought with the castlemen at Hereford, and did them much harm. ... they advanced upon Somersetshire, and there went up; and Ednoth, master of the horse, fought with them; but he was there slain, and many good men on either side; and those that were left departed thence. A.D. 1079. ... This year, therefore, Robert fought with his father, without Normandy, by a castle called Gerberoy; and wounded him in the hand; and his horse, that he sat upon, was killed under him; and he that brought him another was killed there right with a dart. That was Tookie Wiggodson. Many were there slain, and also taken. A.D. 1095. ... Then, soon after that the king was gone south, went the earl one night out of Bamborough towards Tinemouth; but they that were in the new castle were aware of him, and went after him, and fought him, and wounded him, and afterwards took him. And of those that were with him some they slew, and some they took alive.''
The following four battles are noteworthy for some reason despite they aren't really related to the topic. I will write my thoughts briefly among the lines.
A.D. 837. ... Alderman Wulfherd fought at Hamton with thirty-three pirates, and after great slaughter obtained the victory, ... Alderman Ethelhelm also, with the men of Dorsetshire, fought with the Danish army in Portland-isle, and for a good while put them to flight; but in the end the Danes became masters of the field, and slew the alderman. This is a battle with a twist: "put them to flight; but in the end the Danes" won. Very interesting. How did the battle go I wonder. Also note the numbers: "thirty-three pirates" sounds awfully small, especially with the "great slaughter" phrase next to it. It will be more clear after the next battle.
A.D. 840. ... King Ethelwulf fought at Charmouth with thirty-five ship's-crews, and the Danes remained masters of the place. See? The pirate is not a person at the previous battle but a ship. A longship carrying 10-60 sometimes maybe even more bloodthirsty northmen. Erm, eastman if we view it from England.
A.D. 992. ... Then the king and all his council resolved, that all the ships that were of any account should be gathered together at London; and the king committed the lead of the land-force to Alderman Elfric, and Earl Thorod, and Bishop Elfstan, and Bishop Escwy; that they should try if they could anywhere without entrap the enemy. Then sent Alderman Elfric, and gave warning to the enemy; and on the night preceding the day of battle he sculked away from the army, to his great disgrace. The enemy then escaped; except the crew of one ship, who were slain on the spot. Not much of a battle but a good story about treachery. What could have been Alderman Elfric's motivation?
Now this part will be exciting. The Year of the Three Battles and the Two Dead Kings A.D. 1066. ... But, ere King Harold could come thither, the Earls Edwin and Morkar had gathered from their earldoms as great a force as they could get, and fought with the enemy. They made a great slaughter too; but there was a good number of the English people slain, and drowned, and put to flight: and the Northmen had possession of the field of battle. ... Thither came Harold, king of the English, unawares against them beyond the bridge; and they closed together there, and continued long in the day fighting very severely. ... There was slain Harald the Fair-hair'd, King of Norway, and Earl Tosty, and a multitude of people with them, both of Normans and English; and the Normans that were left fled from the English, who slew them hotly behind; until some came to their ships, some were drowned, some burned to death, and thus variously destroyed; so that there was little left: and the English gained possession of the field. But there was one of the Norwegians who withstood the English folk, so that they could not pass over the bridge, nor complete the victory. An Englishman aimed at him with a javelin, but it availed nothing. Then came another under the bridge, who pierced him terribly inwards under the coat of mail. And Harold, king of the English, then came over the bridge, followed by his army; and there they made a great slaughter, both of the Norwegians and of the Flemings. ... Meantime Earl William came up from Normandy ... This was then told to King Harold; and he gathered a large force, and came to meet him at the estuary of Appledore. William, however, came against him unawares, ere his army was collected; but the king, nevertheless, very hardly encountered him with the men that would support him: and there was a great slaughter made on either side. There was slain King Harold, and Leofwin his brother, and Earl Girth his brother, with many good men: and the Frenchmen gained the field of battle, as God granted them for the sins of the nation. Well known story of course, the Battles of Fulford, Stamford Bridge and Hastings, but some snippets of useful info for us. First battle, Earl Edwin and Merkar vs Hardrada and Tostig: "good number of the English people slain, and drowned, and put to flight" - the picture of drowning men resurfaced. Second battle, H. Godwinson vs Hardrada and Tostig: "the Normans that were left fled from the English, who slew them hotly behind" - quite explicit confession. I can imagine King Harold's personal retinue not having any problem while slaughtering them casually. Very nice the story of the lone Viking holding the bridge until he was overrun by Godwinson and his bodyguard. Third battle, King Harold vs William the future conqueror: boooooooring.
A.D. 851. .. Alderman Ceorl, with the men of Devonshire, fought the heathen army at Wemburg, and after making great slaughter obtained the victory. ... came three hundred and fifty ships into the mouth of the Thames; the crew ... stormed Canterbury and London; putting to flight Bertulf, king of the Mercians, with his army; and then marched southward over the Thames into Surrey. Here Ethelwulf and his son Ethelbald, at the head of the West-Saxon army, fought with them at Ockley, and made the greatest slaughter of the heathen army that we have ever heard reported to this present day. There also they obtained the victory.
A.D. 993. This year came Anlaf with three and ninety ships ... and so to Maidon, where Alderman Britnoth came against him with his force, and fought with him; and there they slew the alderman, and gained the field of battle; ... Afterwards came the army to the mouth of the Humber; and there did much evil both in Lindsey and in Northumbria. Then was collected a great force; but when the armies were to engage, then the generals first commenced a flight; namely, Frene and Godwin and Frithgist.
350-390 ships. Now that's a nice number, maybe 10 000 warrior? Or much more?
current proceedings: Irma is now cat 5, expected to trail just north of Greater Antilles and south of Florida. Jose following close by in similar track. hoping for a nice show and responsible damage control in affected parts Haiti get your shit together
Hello Mr. Board owner.
I am a guy who pray to peace and happiness between some bbs residents.
If you repress our speech, freedom of /librejp/ will be dead, though your banner advocate "自由な (free)".
I suspect if Imoge transsexual highschool girls boom is forged by someone who proximate with the board owner of 2chan.
I don't know the actual tricker, but supporters of TS highshool girls are obviously offencive to the other genre supporters, and I fear ammounts of some godzillion them which had appered on Imoge suddenly. There might be something behind TS high's.
Also I noticed that they frequently call "kusomushi-kozou" some vandals who actualy not a vandal but innocent users recognized as vandals by autonomous n00bs who seems to be supported strongly by the board owner. so relation between them is evident.
If my expection is correct, some ex-participants of the fest will come to complain about their group.
If you have generous mind, please wait until that sir... ;)