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Why should I care about you?
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>>4168820
because if you don't i will rape you
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>>4168820
I care about you Anon :3
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Because when you are in need, it'll be more likely I will care about you because you cared about me. Think of it as insurance.
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>>4168901
>>4172197
>>4172242
That's right.

Remember this, worm. You are nothing to me, you mean nothing. I only keep you around because it benefits me. Will you ever fail to amuse me, or be useful to me, I shall cast you aside like I do to McDonald's wrappers.
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>>4173173
>he doesn't save his McDonald's wrappers for later use

Has there ever been a more embarresing shitshow than the 67' Greek junta?

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What did God mean by this?
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>>4171352
its a test
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>>4172839
It doesn't say that he created the animals after he created Adam, and besides he ended up creating Eve for the purpose of companionship anyways.
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>>4172879
>It doesn't say that he created the animals after he created Adam
Yes it does. Translating it as pluperfect is incorrect. Greek uses the aorist and Hebrew uses the perfect.

>and besides he ended up creating Eve for the purpose of companionship anyways.
After seeing that none of the animals made an adequate companion.
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>>4172518
>And after that the Lord God had made of the earth all manner beasts of the field, and all manner fowls of the air, he brought them unto Adam to see what he would call them. And as Adam called all manner living beasts: even so are their names. (Tyndale, Genesis 2:19)
Nigger, that implies he brought the animals to Adam right after he created them, not that he created them a while ago. When you're reading archaic English, "after that x had done y" means "after x did y".
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>>4173301
Or to put it more precisely, it means "after it was the case that the Lord God had created the animals." Meaning it wasn't the case before this sentence, then it was, then he brought the animals to Adam.

>Google "Moors"
>KANGZ incarnate fills up the top results
I feel like I'm being gaslighted. Were Moors really black?
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no
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QuoteReplyTopic: The Moors who Conquered and Civilized W. Europe
Posted: 13-Jun-2016 at 04:55
The story of the Moors is never told in full truth by most Western scholars. The Moors are often represented as beginning something other thanthe black African Muslimsthat they were. The acknowledgement of the legacy of the Moors in Europe will completely shatter the concept of white superiority and black inferiority myth that the West in particular the U.S. is apparently emotionally attached to. That is why whenever the Moors are mentioned the narrators always emphasize that they were "Muslims" while never stating that they were also African or even showing one of the thousands of depictions of these black Moors (and their like their earlier black Europeanpredecessors or their descendants) that line the streets and halls of Europe to this day.
These African Muslims literally civilized the wild tribes from the Caucus who had ran rampant throughout Western Europe after being pushed into this region by the invading Huns. These wild warring Caucasian tribes did not establish any civilization to pick up after they brought down the Western Roman Empire. As a result of there being little to no intellectual stimulation in Europe the continent fell into the Dark Ages until the 8th century C.E. when the Moors arrived into Europe from Africa. The European "Renaissance" was only possible through this African Muslim cultural domination for 700 years in which highly advanced and civilized cultures (based largely on the recollection of the advanced knowledge from ancient Kemet or "Egypt" that the Greeks stole/plagiarized and Westerners blatantly ignore the fact that they did just to attribute those contributions to a late Indo-European people) permeated throughout Western Europe via what was Muslim controlled Spain.

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He killed thousands__________________
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>>4172470
>Operation Sea Lion never happened
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>>4172509

hear hear
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>>4172433
In this case, literally to save millions in the long run
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>>4172483
Hey this isn't a goddamn disco party
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>>4172509
same here

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>Isn't it true that we weren't cowards at Sedan?
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>>4173227
Maybe so, but we were heroes at coupe.

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>>4172740
You are trying too hard. You need to go back.
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>>4172392
>the Danzig Massacre

THAT DIDN'T FUCKING HAPPEN YOU FAGGOT

The Germans literally had a battleship in Danzig harbor at the start of the war. The first "official" shots of WW2 in Europe (IE: not the German False Flag the day before) were fired by that ship when it opened up on the Polish fort that was watching the entrance to the harbor, which was also the only military presence Poland had anywhere near Danzig.

How the fuck were the Poles supposed to massacre the majority population of a city they didn't even fucking control under the guns of a battleship?
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>>4169008

He was a vegetarian
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>>4172467
>All i did was declare war on the entire planet and then people get mad at me? WTFFFF????????????

>fascism is supposed to be macho
>hitler is a vegetarian soyboy
>himmler was squeamish
>goebbels was a depressed NEET
Why couldn't the nazis get this right?
At least Mussolini, CHADreanu, Degrelle, and Primo De Rivera did manly things
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>>4170174
>Thinking a dog is less important than some thot
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>>4170168
He has such a stereotypical Iberian face.
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>>4167117
please don't treat reviewbrah like this
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>>4172320
reviewbrah is aesthetic

How come in Matthew 27:38-44 it says "38 Then two bandits were crucified with him, one on his right and one on his left. 39 Those who passed by derided him, shaking their heads 40 and saying, “You who would destroy the temple and build it in three days, save yourself! If you are the Son of God, come down from the cross.” 41 In the same way the chief priests also, along with the scribes and elders, were mocking him, saying, 42 “He saved others; he cannot save himself. He is the King of Israel; let him come down from the cross now, and we will believe in him. 43 He trusts in God; let God deliver him now, if he wants to; for he said, ‘I am God’s Son.’” 44 The bandits who were crucified with him also taunted him in the same way.

But in Luke 23:39-43
39 One of the criminals who were hanged there kept deriding him and saying, “Are you not the Messiah? Save yourself and us!” 40 But the other rebuked him, saying, “Do you not fear God, since you are under the same sentence of condemnation? 41 And we indeed have been condemned justly, for we are getting what we deserve for our deeds, but this man has done nothing wrong.” 42 Then he said, “Jesus, remember me when you come into your kingdom.” 43 He replied, “Truly I tell you, today you will be with me in Paradise.”

The conduct of one of the criminals differs between the two accounts
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>>4172599

Because they are not eye witness accounts.
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>>4173183
So which account is correct?
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>>4173189
None, it's a work of fiction.
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>>4173189

Mark is probably the closest you'll get, being the earliest. But even that was decades after the fact with time for embellishment etc.
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>>4172599
>>4173220
Peter Meier and Reza Aslan (I know *groan*) argued that "Bandit" isn't an exact translation, a more accurate term would be something like a rebel, or a terrorist. They robbed roman citizens, but had a more explicit political aim of opposing roman rule.

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Would it have worked? Would it have changed anything?
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>>4173126
>Would it have worked?
Quite probably, if they threw a whole paratrooper division at Malta. The ground defenses weren't that heavy.

>Would it have changed anything?
No. Malta's raids as cause of DAK's failure is grossly overstated. Even if Malta is destroyed, and every single convoy makes it from Italy to Tripoli (not all of the British raiders were from Malta), the Germans still don't have enough port capacity to fully supply their forces in North Africa, nor do they have the transport to move those supplies from their wharves to the advancing frontline.
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>>4173133
The whole argument is kind of moot anyways since the vast majority of cargo shipped to Africa reached there safely.
>Between June 1940 and January 1943, the shipments that reached Africa safely amounted to 80 per cent of vehicles, 88 per cent of weapons and equipment, and 81 per cent of other dry cargo; 82 per cent of the fuel destined for the German forces and as much as 86 per cent of other cargoes also arrived.
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>trying to remember if and when the allies invade malta, suddenly remember it was a british colony

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Why did the glagolitic script caught on so much in Kingdom of Croatia and not in Great Moravia where Cyril and Methodius brought and teached it in, or the Salonica area on whos local slavic populus Cyril and Methodius based their alphabet on?
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Well for the part because of Franks. Atleast at first. They made glagolitic scholars flee Moravia and Croatia was a perfect place for them as having their own slavic alphabate for liturgy made a great deal for a kingdom who was still in process of converting to Christianity and they used it in extent. Secondly due the Pope later (about 4 centuries later, 1246) granted Croatians special privilege to hold liturgy on glagolitic rather then latin. It reached its peak right before the ottoman invasion
Glagoliticism did keep around in other slavic areas for a time tho. Such as Bulgaria and Kievan ruse who also used it for a time. In Croatia it was in use all the way until early 19th century even
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>>4172415

Because of the Eternal Deutch.
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>>4172529
>>4172591
There were no Franks in Rus and Bulgaria either and still it ceased in use
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It was outcompeted by the Cyrilic script which tooallows for expressing typical Slavic sounds, but is closer to the Greek and/or Latin script and thus more practical, because anybody who could write back then was pretty much bound to know or at least be required to know Latin and/or Greek.

Why is he triune why not 1, 2 or 4 parts. What is special about 3?
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>>4172112
So it's like a dimension above the simple dualistic model? Indeed one could argue that each member of the trinity has a unique duality that is incorporated into the trinity

Intriguing...
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>>4172132

>The apostle Paul was an exceptionally well educated person.

No he wasn't.
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>>4172071
Voltron.
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3 = 6/2
satan = 666
god is half as bad as satan
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>>4172071
WTF how many times are you going to post this shit

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>History class
>Teacher says Enola Gay
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>>4173132
Maybe people noticed that homosexuals were happier than most.
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>teacher says the holocaust happened
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>>4173132
>>4173142
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gay

>The word may have started to acquire associations of immorality as early as the 14th century, but had certainly acquired them by the 17th.[1] By the late 17th century it had acquired the specific meaning of "addicted to pleasures and dissipations",[10] an extension of its primary meaning of "carefree" implying "uninhibited by moral constraints". A gay woman was a prostitute, a gay man a womanizer, and a gay house a brothel.

>By the mid-20th century, gay was well established in reference to hedonistic and uninhibited lifestyles[10] and its antonym straight, which had long had connotations of seriousness, respectability, and conventionality, had now acquired specific connotations of heterosexuality.[18] In the case of gay, other connotations of frivolousness and showiness in dress ("gay apparel") led to association with camp and effeminacy.
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>>4173132
Look up old-school faggot-talk from the 40s and 50s. There are a lot of odd phrases that kind of outed you if you were in the know, like dropping 4chan memes irl except less cringy because you're about to get a big fat cock, so it's kinda odd that "gay," was the one that stuck.
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>>4173116
this unironically pisses me off

Why did China started to stagnate so badly after being the world's leading civilization for millenia? During the Song dynasty they were on the verge of industrialisation - centuries ahead of Europe at the time! - but then it all just kind of fell apart. Why?

A second question related to this: Why did it take them so long to reassert their old place of major importance after getting their wake-up call during the 19th century? Japan managed to catch up to the European powers just fine, to the point they were called in for the international coalition meddling in Chinese affairs. China should have initially been in a far better position than Japan to close the gap, yet they were utterly humiliated.

It's kind of crazy if you think about it. An impartial observer during the first millenium AD would have reasonably expected for China to be the country that could most likely dominate the Earth. But then their trajectory just changed for the worse until very recently.
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>>4169478
Maybe the indans never developing plate armour is due to the climate? I heard one french kinght deid of heatstroke in winter because fo his armour.
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>>4169826
Europeans have higher gdp per capita
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>>4172807
>he replies to obvious bait
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>>4172313
Do the Japanese actually believe this? Reminds me of regional Southern Han subgroups that try to claim pure northern ancestry despite significant native admixture.
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>>4162282
thanks for posting this, I didn't know this

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What factors account for the differences in Marx’s work and that of the earlier theorists? What made his work any different from the work of earlier theorists like Locke, Smith, and Tocqueville specifically with regards towards his theories about society? How were the effects of his work different than the rest?
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>>4173009
>How were the effects of his work different than the rest?
They've been far more influential in terms of getting people to take action, but far less influential in terms of actually coming to fruition.
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Heres something to understand about marx: he was an activist, he believed in playing with promethean fire.
Marx was a student and succesor to Hegel. Hegels big thing was applying the Dialectic, a logical system formulated by Socrates (hypothesis>antithesis>synthesis) that helps one arrive as close to truth as possible, hegel applied this to history itself. Indeed, hegel thought of the course of human history as a series of debates, these debates ultimately were seen as approaching rationality.
Cont.
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>>4173049
Cont.
Marx big shift was that he wanted to push the future forward towards that rational place, or to "immanentize the eschaton" as some might say.
Hegel rejected doing such things, for philosophy was something that looked to the past, "the owl of minerva (philosophy) spreads its wings only with the falling of dusk"
Now the other, and probably most important difference about hegel, was his materialistic methodology. Some experts will harp on about how marx didnt outright reject the "will" and will say that he just ignored the ontological question. But de-facto, this rendered will an outright materialist, therefore human actions are only derived from our interactions with material things in this world. Human actions are not inspired from some idealist notion of consciousness and the like, as hegel believed.
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>>4173049
So you don't believe that economic reforms brought about in the latter half of the 20th century were specifically oriented to calm the proletariat due to actions that were shockingly close to what Marx predicted when he spoke of a revolution of the working class in response to the inherent flaws of capitalism?



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