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111570 No. 111570 ID: 5c87e8 hide watch quickreply [Reply]

your thoughts on chinese total surveilance
how long before it comes to america?
is it true that if you don't have access to illegal information or substances that you are effectively under 100% total government authority?
this is why i'm hoping thing they start up the west coast marijunana wars again, there aren't too many groups of people who're regularly willing to risk it all trying to pull a fast one on uncle sam, potheads seem pretty crazy in that respect.
>> No. 111576 ID: 278cbe
>how long before it comes to america?
You're 15 years late to ask this question.
>> No. 111577 ID: 278cbe
  This movie was one of my favourite ones in my coming of age years. It was almost prosthetic by many aspects of it.

Modern surveillance is at least two generations past what you can observe in this movie, and the devices that are displayed here are probably available at some black markets already, because modern commercial GPS trackers are just short of flash memory drive in size.
>> No. 111578 ID: a70f4c
Gene Hackman was in a 1974 mystery thriller film written, produced and directed by Francis Ford Coppola called The Conversation and it is regarded as a prequel to the 1998 film Enemy of the State, which also stars Gene Hackman as co-protagonist. Hackman's character in Enemy of the State closely resembles Caul: he dons the same translucent raincoat and his workshop is nearly identical to Caul's. Enemy of the State also includes a scene which is highly similar to The Conversation's opening surveillance scene in San Francisco's Union Square.

"The Conversation" (1974) Trailer - Francis Ford Coppola, Gene Hackman https://youtu.be/6TMT8t-NUW8
The Conversation is a 1974 American psychological thriller film written, produced and directed by Francis Ford Coppola and starring Gene Hackman with supporting roles by John Cazale, Allen Garfield, Cindy Williams, Frederic Forrest, Harrison Ford, Teri Garr and Robert Duvall. Nominated for three Academy Awards®, including Best Picture (1974), Harry Caul (Hackman) is a respected but less-than-perfect surveillance expert who is wracked with self-doubt and carrying a heavy conscience since his work led to the death of two of his subjects. So when he comes to believe that his latest assignment - eavesdropping on a pair of young lovers - may end in murder, Harry can no longer avoid confronting the moral consequences of his chosen profession. Also featuring John Cazale (The Godfather Trilogy), Teri Garr (Dick, Mr. Mom, Tootsie) and Harrison Ford (K-19, Indiana Jones, Star Wars) in a cast of favourites, THE CONVERSATION is a tightly gripping big-screen classic that is not to be missed!

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111449 No. 111449 ID: d7e6b8 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Merry Christmas my fellow weirdos.
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>> No. 111481 ID: 093f4b
Eh. Syrian regime is pretty secular for the region. Don't get me wrong, they've done some evil things, but I don't think exporting Jihadis is one of them. We were pretty tight with them prior to the revolution because of how staunchly anti-Al Qaeda they are.
>> No. 111482 ID: 3cf186
we get taught in school as little kids that the puritans left england to escape religious persecution, but when you read the diaries and letters of the pilgrims all that they write is stuff like
>this place is awesome i can farm without paying rent
>no fucking sherrif
>as much free land as the eye can see
they don't talk about their dislike of catholics and they don't come off as terribly religious people, in their own words the the describe themselves as economic refugees
>> No. 111483 ID: 8aeb84
The Mayflower pilgrims nearly had their boat sunk when one of them let their child unattended with access to firearms

The 5th day, we, through God's mercy, escaped a great danger by the foolishness of a boy, one of Francis Billington's sons, who, in his father's absence, had got gunpowder and had shot a piece or two, and made squibs, and there being a fowling-piece charged in his father's cabin, shot her off in the cabin; there being a little barrel of powder half full, scattered in and about the cabin, the fire being within four feed of the bed between the decks, and many flints and iron things about the cabin, and many people about the fire, and yet, by God's mercy, no harm done.

>> No. 111495 ID: c776fc
When you look at the actual historic record, "the pilgrims were persecuted" is as much a myth as "Christians are the most persecuted group in America" or "the Soviet Union was the only country that fought Nazi Germany" is today. They were motivated more by taxes than religion, and found a ready welcome in the Netherlands after leaving England, but refused to learn Dutch or to integrate into the local communities and again didn't want to pay taxes. They thought the Dutch were too liberal and feared that their children would become "overly westernized" (to use a modern term) if they stayed. And once in America, they often violently attacked and even murdered any other Christians who refused to follow their beliefs. (During the revolutionary war, one of Benedict Arnold's reasons for turning traitor was the alliance with Catholic France)
>> No. 111547 ID: 41441c
All the terrorist attacks in Europe and North America in the past decade have happened in countries that oppose Assad. Assad, and Putin, directly benefit from terrorism in Europe because it destabilizes their enemies and terrorizes people who oppose them. The USSR was "officially" anti-racist but they were covertly supporting a good number of KKK groups during the cold war because racial disunity worked in their interests, likewise now it's turned out they're running a bunch of similar groups in the US via facebook, and have likewise tried to co-opt BLM and similar movements (I say "tried" because apparently blacks are better at spotting Russian plants) in the interest of causing political disunity in the US.

Just look at how much the shills on here crow whenever there's a attack. They love it. But if it's in Russia? "oh no, this doesn't represent all Muslims, as an American we need to listen to Putin's speeches about how Islam is a religion of peace"

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>> No. 111414 ID: 025354
sigh. i don't blame the cop for shooting the guy, he reached behind i would have shot him as well, i think he was a little too panicked in his fire but eh. like some one said they fucked up with the directives, to complex too many. i agree with this ruling but im glad he no longer is police officer. i expect the family to win the suit against the city though the police in general fucked this one up.
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The only "blue lives" that matter are the ones who crushed the white trash slaver's rebellion.
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>> No. 111421 ID: 3202e1
The guy who did the shooting isn't the one giving the commands
>get a call about a man pointing a gun a people at a hotel.
>other people in the room
They were operating under these circumstances. So I understand them going in hot.
>Sgt. giving contradictory commands to a guy who's obviously drunk off his ass
This is where the problems start
>Telling the drunk guy to start crawling towards you
...what? Why not do it like a felony stop (youtube it)? Way safer and keeps your guys out of his room's doorway (what they were trying to avoid).

Instead, they put him in the situation where he was reaching at his waist that got him shot. The Sgt. giving the commands should be the one in hot water.
>> No. 111464 ID: e266a3
All I've really got to say about it is 1) if I'm not mistaken, the dust cover inscription wasn't considered by the jury, though it did help get him fired on internal policy grounds.

On an tangent, Scott Smith's performance as mayor is precisely why I didn't vote him for governor back in 2014. I'm not impressed by someone who spends a fuckton of federal pork and bond hikes on bullshit like the Riverview and a stadium that the Cubs or even the fucking Sun Devils don't even use. That's after already wasting millions of dollars on Fiesta Mall which is now an giant in-door inner city strip mall and a good chunk of the area where the small businesses and actual neighborhood are is like pre-Arpaio central Phoenix.


The original sanctuary city bullshit in Maricopa County wasn't with Greg Stanton's weasel-wording around the time Trump got elected. Say what you will about Arpaio, but the instant a Village-Voice owned rag like the New Times which isn't even fit to be hobo toilet paper praises someone like Jorge Gascon, you know he's fucking crooked. It should surprise absolutely no one that he ended up moving back to California and continuing his bullshit there for a while before Gavin Newsom tapped him to replace Kamala Harris after she became a senator.

After he left in 2009 the department went though like four chiefs of police before the current one.

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  On December 17th at approximately 2 in the morning a unknown number of persons wearing DGCIM patches (Venezuelan military intelligence) approached a Venezuelan National Guard headquarters outside Caracas. They told the soldiers on duty that they were there to carry out a search warrant so the soldiers let them in.

Once inside, they tied up everybody in the building and stole a bunch of rifles and ammunition along with a couple pistols. They spray painted references to Article 350 in the Venezuelan constitution that states that Venezuelans have a duty to oppose tyrannical rule, and harangued the soldiers about how they're dishonoring their uniforms by supporting a government of exploiters and drug dealers and so on. It also turns out the raid was led by Oscar Perez, the police officer who commandeered a helicopter earlier in the year and threw grenades at government buildings in Caracas from it. And of course, he posted video of it on his YouTube channel.
>> No. 111454 ID: cf0272
Cool, now reference that with this recently released CIA manual on Psychological Warfare in Guerilla Warfare:


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111434 No. 111434 ID: ba5c2b hide watch quickreply [Reply]
>> No. 113255 ID: 785220
Hahaha disregard this I suck cocks


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111399 No. 111399 ID: f24378 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
I've been reading about the PKK and Syria a lot, and a name that keeps coming up is Murray Bookchin. Apparently the PKK's leader adopted Bookchin's philosophy, and it forms the basis for the PKK's current political strategy. Even BBC filmmaker Adam Curtis is speculating that his ideas might have a significant presence over the coming decades. Thoughts?
Seems to be the book everyone is reading of him: https://libcom.org/library/next-revolution-popular-assemblies-promise-direct-democracy

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111340 No. 111340 ID: ae72b1 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
OPERATORchan what do you think about people who use their affinity for purchasing and handling weapons as a substitute for developing any genuinely masculine characteristics?
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>> No. 111349 ID: 18ae0a
yes, lets talk paul bunyan versus people who pose for fb pictures with their ar and hope nobody can tell that they're frightened and confused by the gun because they spend their time watching girl animes instead of actually going out and shooting niggers like god intended.
>> No. 111351 ID: 299635
Masculinity and femininity are both poor substitutes for adult responsibility.

That's what being a man/woman is about. Being a responsible. Being able to be trusted.

Without that, masculinity and femininity just seem like juvenile distinctions between two types of people I'd nothing to do with (the distinction being one is a bit hairier than the other?)
>> No. 111356 ID: b430d1
>able to be trusted

go back to reddit you retard
>> No. 111395 ID: 7143f3
Someone's insecurities poking through a little bit there.

>Masculine man who spends all his time pounding booze, strange women, and other faces with his fists.
>Able to be trusted
Confining people to stereotypes is great.
>> No. 111398 ID: 90be61
As long as they actually shoot said firearms and are not a danger to anyone else I don't see the issue.
>is the same as a woman

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111394 No. 111394 ID: 80dc83 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
i hadn't thought about this in a long time, but i'd pay to have myself photo'd with lyndie england pointing at my cock.
she could make a lot of money taking pics like this, it could even be part of a civilian "what to do in case you're being tortured" training class

No. 111387 ID: 22f3cc hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  no more talking niggers

its time for some singin & dancin
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>> No. 111390 ID: 6877b7
>vocal version
>video version
>> No. 111391 ID: 6877b7
But hey thanks for reminding me about James Brown is Dead. Good track.

Anyways, we need to go DEEPER.
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>> No. 111393 ID: 6877b7
  I think we're about as deep as we can go and have it listenable here.

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So apparently we effectively own the airspace of the globe if we so choose.

Thanks for playing guys.

It could get even more awesome when everyone else gets them too. Gun level dog fighting will be a serious thing again!
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So the 2009 lasers are out. That was the game changer, no more chemicals.

These are solid-state lasers, which run on electricity only.

Power plant is up, lasers up.
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I see you.
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There is no sanctuary in the void, only death.
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oh, defense contractors are telling us it's going to be a great deal for the taxpayer, that changes everything. its funny/pathetic to see how easily fooled some dreamy eyed retard who thinks hes smart is.
>it worth it cause i saw it in star wars and it's neat-o
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eaaa the missile gap the missile gap won't somebody please think of it

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