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 No.452766[Reply]

Jstark, 3d gun pioneer died of a (((heart attack))) this week, days after being raided. This is a man who died to give us the tools to throw off the yoke of our masters.

How do you feel about 3d printed weapons in the age of complete state dominance of violence, anons?

https://www.enblocpress.com/3d-printed-guns/english-translation-of-german-article-re-death-of-jstark1809/

"Look at Afghanistan. Look at Vietnam. You only need your gun and sheer Will to take down the machine" ~ Jstark
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 No.452767

>>452766
>3d printed guns
pretty good but isn't just snuggling real weapons and ammunition better for non-euro countries?
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 No.452768

>>452767
shit smuggling*
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 No.452781

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 No.452794

>>452781
>tfw no illegal rifle gf to snuggle in non-european countries
why live
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 No.452796

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>>452794
>a-anon what did you put inside me?


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 No.452754[Reply]

>“The purpose of the protest is to highlight how out of touch Wall Street has become to the needs of everyday people and to challenge the Street’s uncompassionate capitalism,”

>“As a symbol of the outrageous disparity in wealth between the 1% and everyone else, 10,000 bananas will surround Wall Street’s iconic Charging Bull to illustrate just how ‘bananas’ Wall Street has become.”



>it’s not about rejecting capitalism or the current system. It’s about revolving them into the current future and letting them empower more groups of people. That’s the whole point of this story.”

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

>“Harambe is a representation of something that lets us look at more than just ourselves. What are we aspiring to as people? It’s about connecting. A simple gesture of giving a banana builds community. As a society, we need to come together. We can’t keep fighting to come together.”


1000% this stunt is from a enlightened centrist techbro promoting his crypto shit or some CIA buffoonery
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 No.452758

not so much communist rhetoric as pure concentrated cringe extract
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 No.452759

>>452754
it's not even near to communist rhetoric
>how out of touch Wall Street has become to the needs
like, what?!?
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 No.452762

>>452758
>>452759
Im more talking about the wealth disparity talking point and anti-capitalism being turned into "capitalism is not compassionate enough :("


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 No.452637[Reply]

How do we counteract the fact that the bourgeoise control every single big media outlet and all industry, and use it to basically drug the working class on a stream of endless amounts of garbage pop music, shitty movies, rushed video games and other mangled distortions of human culture?
How do we create a "People's Culture" so to speak, from the belly of the beast, and how do we make it work?
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 No.452693

>>452655
It of course can be reduced, my question is how to do it under capitalism without incriminating ourselves
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 No.452709

>>452693
>It of course can be reduced, my question is how to do it under capitalism without incriminating ourselves
It's not a crime unless lawyers, judges etc say so. If you can make these people benefit from reducing exploitation, maybe that will work.
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 No.452725

unplug, get your friends to unplug
pirate everything and share with sneakernet and meshnet
prioritize live art, indie art, cyber art
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 No.452752

>>452725
what are sneakernet and meshnet
explain like im boomer
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 No.452777

>>452752
sneakernet = physical
literally just fucking pass each other USBs of cool shit
meshnet = LAN
I guess this would be going to LAN parties for cool shit?


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 No.452731[Reply]

I just learned that a printer company with a brand name that sounds like a large old-school projectile weapon, has sold people a multi-function printer, where the scanner stopped working when the ink was empty. Because you need scanner fluid or else you will burst into flames when you scan a page

corporations are attacking the concept of personal property.

I know this is the curse of production for sale instead of production for use, but still, this is a hole new level of insanity.
Is there a web-shop that curates commodities that have a minimum level of sanity. You know stuff that doesn't have malicious features, stuff that can be repaired, modular stuff, stuff that's completely yours after you buy it. The purpose of the web-shop is to act as a filter so you don't accidentally buy tainted crap.

If there isn't such a web-shop, how hard would it be to set something like this up, how hard would it be to do this kind of curation ?
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 No.452732

The only solution is to support the libre software movement. Any software that doesn’t have the 3 freedoms will sooner or later hurt you.
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 No.452734

>>452732
>The only solution is to support the libre software movement.
Ok will do, are there any printers with libre software firmware ?
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 No.452744

>>452734
Well no…that’s why we have to write them. Or at least not be spooked and start demanding libre drivers at a minimum.
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 No.452746

>>452744
printer drivers are huge, for some reason. I wonder what's in there, maybe they use lots of software compensation for cost cutting measures on hardware components. I doubt printer vendors will opensource it, because it might be a huge undocumented mess of a code base.


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 No.452684[Reply]

what do the left wing/communist/whatever the fuck movements in your country need to do to get its shit together and actually take over ?
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 No.452735

>>452711
Do you think that the fetishisation of mass death and destruction means you have "balls"?
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 No.452736

>>452711
>fantasizing about chaos is totally not LARP guise I want chaos so bad look how ballsy I am
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 No.452738

>>452684

It will be climate change that actually does it. Look at what supply chain interruptions have done to create this massive wave of strikes in North America.

It will also mean that capital will become more aggressive in defending what it has which leads people down the track of pursing alternative systems.
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 No.452743

>>452736
>>452735
the absolute state of reading comprehension
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 No.452419[Reply]

I got bombed the shit out of me to save the Ho Chi Minh trail and rescue the Yuons from annihilation.
They rewarded me with an invasion and the toppling of my communism.
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 No.452714

>>452707
So, if "no one supports him" that means he is a revisionist?
The Pol Pot hater's logic in display.
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 No.452715

>>452704
>kampuchea attacked Vietnam first
Of course this is nonsense. Only if you are a crazy maniac you would think of attacking a force many times larger than yours, and with nothing to gain from it. Indeed the narrative must rely on the memetic of a bloodthirsty mad man named Pol Pot. But those who obeyed him must have also been crazy, and it ends with the people of Kampuchea all made of psychopatic killer apes, which is a basic innuendo of Vietnamese propaganda to this day.
Anyway, Vietnamese chauvinists probably sincerely believe it to be true. It is typical of the fascist crybully mentality when who that resists you or even simply disagrees with you is the aggressor.
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 No.452724

This guy was a literal CIA agent supported by Deng counterrevolutionaries.

He was reduced to be a bandit during the years when the viets come and liberate Cambodia.
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 No.452727

>>452724
pure copium
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 No.452729

>>452724
>Pol pot was a CIA agent
are you retarded?


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 No.452572[Reply]

Did he win in the end? It seems like the world trade center attack accomplished exactly his goals of provoking an invasion of Afghanistan and tyrannizing Americans by their expanded security state. Or was that all going to happen eventually anyway, with or without al-Qaeda's assistance?
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 No.452666

>>452651
go back to ogre
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 No.452674

>>452666
Nice trips but holy fuck will you fags get over org.
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 No.452681

His goal was to ultimately end american imperialism. I don't think he succeeded.

>but he killed 3,000 americans


yeah and then 57 million people lost their homes and 2-4 million died from western imperialist in one of the biggest western imperialistic wars in middle eastern history.

>but he caused the decline of the US's military


the military is still powerful and still invades countries to this very day. Nobody knows about how biden sent 500 marines to Mozambique just on a mere whim.
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 No.452692

>>452583
butt hurt janny
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 No.452700

lots of glowing shills recently


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 No.452668[Reply]

>NATO is spinning out an entirely new kind of combat it has branded cognitive warfare. Described as the “weaponization of brain sciences,” the new method involves “hacking the individual” by exploiting “the vulnerabilities of the human brain” in order to implement more sophisticated “social engineering.”
>Until recently, NATO had divided war into five different operational domains: air, land, sea, space, and cyber. But with its development of cognitive warfare strategies, the military alliance is discussing a new, sixth level: the “human domain.”
>“The brain will be the battlefield of the 21st century,” the report stressed. “Humans are the contested domain,” and “future conflicts will likely occur amongst the people digitally first and physically thereafter in proximity to hubs of political and economic power.”
>militaries must work more closely with academia to weaponize social sciences and human sciences and help the alliance develop its cognitive warfare capacities.
>the NATO-sponsored report, which warned of “an embedded fifth column, where everyone, unbeknownst to him or her, is behaving according to the plans of one of our competitors.” The study makes it clear that those “competitors” purportedly exploiting the consciousness of Western dissidents are China and Russia. In other words, this document shows that figures in the NATO military cartel increasingly see their own domestic population as a threat, fearing civilians to be potential Chinese or Russian sleeper cells, dastardly “fifth columns”
>NATO and its allies in the military-industrial complex not only seek to dominate the world and the humans that inhabit it with unsettling cognitive warfare techniques, but to also ensure that corporations and their shareholders continue to profit from these imperial endeavors.

I highly recommend reading the rest of the article:
https://thegrayzone.com/2021/10/08/nato-cognitive-warfare-brain/


They eliminate the distinction between civilian and military, and everybody who disagrees with the imperial bourgeoisie is now a 5th column. I guess it wasn't enough that facebook gives people depression, they want anti-brain weapons now.Post too long. Click here to view the full text.
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 No.452689

>>452672
>They already have
could be

>>452678
>Seems like a bunch of bullshit intended to get more bigger defense budgets.
maybe, i get the sense that they are throwing everything at the wall to see what sticks, i doubt they will be able to invent the borg nanoprobes, but causing psychological suffering, i wouldn't discard that bit.
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 No.452690

So, propaganda. How novel. What a paradigm shift.
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 No.452691

>>452690
This is worse than that. It's literally ideology invading your head directly with malicious intent. (((They))) control both physical and virtual platform. And technology will enable them to diddle with your almond to maintain capitalism if they have to.
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 No.452697

>>452668
>an entirely new kind of combat it has branded cognitive warfare
yeah, what is covid?
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 No.452698

>>452691
>maintain capitalism
goddamn, idiot. they are ending capitalism to save their class dictatorship. no surprise you are an antisemite.


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 No.452543[Reply]

I saw this video on tictok and it occurred to me: "Where does the idea that shelves have to be full come from?"
Seriously, the girl mentions in the vid that "instead of only selling 5 items cause that's how much they usually sell selves have to LOOK full."
Where does this idea even come from? I figure the only explanation was that it was baggage left over from the cold war where propaganda about the USSR included their supposedly empty selves.
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 No.452555

congratulations this entire thread is so retarded you actually gave me a headache from the video alone.
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 No.452563

>>452543
>video
ghosthair is distracting
>Where does the idea that shelves have to be full come from?"
At first i thought this had something to do with customer psychology, but it turns out that retailers haven't figured out how to optimize stocks. You'd think they'd have perfected this by now, but apparently not.
In the Soviet Union Stores were resupplied every week or so, but people usually just emptied out the stores 3 days after supply day. Full cupboards and empty stores. That wasn't optimal either but at least they didn't have to throw out much. I guess they had less waste because in those times people probably didn't throw away stuff unless it'd gone bad
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 No.452587

>>452563
Why don't they though? If it's in their self interest and the market supposedly provides why wouldn't they? The whole concept of having endlessly full shelf's is a pathological thing which comes back around to the original question.
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 No.452595

shelf space has a certain amount of value. Where things are put on shelves is actually a really complicated and expensive game. People who stock retail stores generally have special contracts in place ensuring that their item is always on the shelf; empty shelf space means that expensive space is not being used, and thus, the space is going to waste.
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 No.452657

>>452595
it had to be something like that
thanks for sharing


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 No.452175[Reply]

What the fuck is wrong with them? Is it time to change the name or some shit?

They didn't attach themselves to the berlin landord seizures that the people voted for, they don't have hard positions on Covid

Their people are switching over to s*cial democrat parties and there's infighting?
What's the recipe to create a strong modern communist party in a capitalist country if you can't revolt violently?
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 No.452305

>>452301
>everybody in the bourgeoisie has too many conflicting interests.
You are individualizing the bourgeoisie and not grasping it has a class which is something outside the class itself in the form of an objective economic movement. Individual workers and individual bourgeois have never, in Marx, meant anything, they meant something to the extent of their relation to the rest of their class. Individuals sometimes act opposite to that of their class but these are simply appearances, but at the social level the bourgeoisie and the working class collectively act as two opposing classes.

>central planning by the state

Central planning is not what you think it is. It isn’t some abstract thing that only exists within the state. And I don’t know what your obsession with the state is since Marx only spoke of the state has an institution composed for and by the dominating class. The state isn’t something existing outside of civil society and so whether the state has economic directors or civil administrations and companies, it doesn’t matter. Also as regards infrastructure spending, Bonaparte spent a lot of money on public works in France and built bridges and roads and workshops for unemployed workers, did Marx ever call him socialist?

>No neoliberalism did not solve the crisis of over production

I didn’t say neoliberalism solved overproduction, I simply said that financialization was the sensible step for all advanced economies that wanted to AVOID the worse blows from overproduction. Now the big issue is tons of financial capital, without enough commodities attached to this “fictitious capital”. The theory is for these people is that this fictitious capital is there for “future” investments, future commodities and future advancements in production so that’s where you are right, in that their theory ended up being bullshit mostly due to the fact that this finance capital is just used in speculation rather than investment into new technologies and new production so any new advancements in the means of production are squandered because they never see the proper financial support.

>A financialised economy means blackmail by the finance bourgeoisie

No specific disagreements for this paragraph here. ChPost too long. Click here to view the full text.
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 No.452309

>>452305
>You are individualizing the bourgeoisie and not grasping it has a class which is something outside the class itself in the form of an objective economic movement. Individual workers and individual bourgeois have never, in Marx, meant anything, they meant something to the extent of their relation to the rest of their class. Individuals sometimes act opposite to that of their class but these are simply appearances, but at the social level the bourgeoisie and the working class collectively act as two opposing classes.
Yes that is true but divisions in the capitalist class prevent the bourgeoisie from effectively managing capitalism.
Maybe the communist party in China for example is not beholden to any particular capital interests, therefore they have a much easier time rationally managing the economy, my best guess is that this is the case because they have entrenched state power before capitalist market relations occurred. My point here is about finding an explanation as to why capitalist states are so bad at managing their economies,

>Central planning is not what you think it is. It isn’t some abstract thing that only exists within the state.

where else would the central planner be if not within the state ?

>Also as regards infrastructure spending, Bonaparte spent a lot of money on public works in France and built bridges and roads and workshops for unemployed workers, did Marx ever call him socialist?

In the neoliberal age, where public spending for the good of society is ideologically opposed by capitalism, i guess that has changed.

>I didn’t say neoliberalism solved overproduction, I simply said that financialization was the sensible step for all advanced economies that wanted to AVOID the worse blows from overproduction.

if there has been a reduction of overproduction crisis, i doubt you can actually attribute this to neoliberalism

>US infrastructure projects and socdems

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 No.452318

what is happening in this thread

are y'all talking about the german material conditions or talking about LTV again?
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 No.452514

>>452185
kill yourself trot
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 No.452636

>>452179
>>452203
livestream your suicide via shotgun blast you retard faggot


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