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alright you nihilistic homosexuals... Doomer 11/12/2019 (Tue) 07:17:06 No. 203 [Reply]
Has anyone here actually perused Industrial and Its Future?
Reading it in (((the current year))) feels like reading real life biblical prophecy come to life.
There are some autistic nit picking any of us could do about Ted's verbiage or perspective but the statements he makes about the "system" are spot on.
Dr Kaczynski pre-campaign would be considered a genius by anyone's measure.

>anyways, I'm drunk.
What is everyone's thoughts about the hero and saint, Uncle Ted?
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sure
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dang, what an epic response.
I used to think Uncle Ted had some valid points. But then that video changed my mind.
Good point bro/

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The Real Conspiracy Behind the Impeachment of Donald Trump Doomer 11/13/2019 (Wed) 22:47:08 No. 256 [Reply]
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>muh trump
gtfo kike

Doomer 11/12/2019 (Tue) 01:51:14 No. 199 [Reply]
What's this board about? Seems like a bunch of jaded suburbanites with nothing to live for except bitching about "how horrible things are" rather than noticing the subtle beauty in all things and trying to alter the world towards goodness. Anyways, that's a speculation based on lurking.
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it doesn't matter it's all gonna crumble soon anyways or something like that
>>224
spotted the doomer
>>223
spotted the bloomer
all are welcome
the world is a pile of shit tho, unless you have (((money))). i live comfortably enough to enjoy what i have and not view things through rose tinted glasses.

t. average IQ
>What's this board about?
Esoteric Ryderism
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>>232
LOL!™
>>241
damn, she is so hot

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Anime and TV Series general Doomer 11/10/2019 (Sun) 20:02:07 No. 174 [Reply]
What are you currently watching, what do you recommend to other gentleman here ?
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>>240
nah
I cheered for her and MC to come together as couple
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I think Donnie Darko got mandela'd for me. I must've seen this movie like 10 times and it's slightly different now. I've noticed several movies being slightly different since October when I nearly died, well I probably died in my previous timeline, I should stop dying so much
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Tried re-watching my neighbor Totoro, but I stopped half way through and now I'm too tired to continue watching.
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I don't believe we are here just for a brief moment in time Doomer 11/13/2019 (Wed) 14:25:32 No. 254 [Reply]
I live my life as if the ever present clock of death isn't ticking away with its black holes for eyes staring into me. I believe that when I'm on my death bed all the time I spent jibbering among the endless masses of robotic antiseptic clones conditioned and programmed by the school systems and media will be amongst my most cherished of memories and worth every precious wasted long gone and irreversible second.
And even though cities look and act like cancer cells it's all just a coincidence. I like to pretend that I have actual thoughts but I really just got them all from some magazine or a book and I misunderstood all the concepts anyway. I accept and believe in everything I'm told, especially by internet and books. I don't like answers to questions, I like to get extremely excited when I watch sports. When my team loses I am depressed and impotent for weeks but when they win I yell and scream as if I just found out my terminal brain cancer has gone into remission. Sports are more important than anything, except family. But the family isn't as important as the internet. Internet is more important.

Thanks Doomed Doomer 11/12/2019 (Tue) 02:06:15 No. 201 [Reply]
For the links.
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wat links?

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banners and bumpers Doomer 11/02/2019 (Sat) 04:18:07 No. 39 [Reply]
300x100
200kb limit
bumpers welcome
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(((adding)))
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(((adding)))

Another one for you Doom. The United States of Israel: A Post-Apocalyptic Manifesto Doomer 11/12/2019 (Tue) 14:30:09 No. 210 [Reply]
The beauty of truth is that people know it automatically when they see or read it. Truth is truth.

If one practices their own beliefs and they do not have a negative effect on their neighbor who is not practicing the same, there is no problem with religion. But if one begins to infringe to the point that it becomes a danger or threatens the very survival of another, the religion has moved into a different territory. I can be against a specific action or group within a specific religion without being against the religion as a whole. And furthermore being against a specific group or action within a religion does not mean that one automatically has any hate whatsoever for that religion. Thus one can be against without being “anti.” This is an important point to remember for anyone who would claim this to be a “hate” post. On the other hand, this post comes with a pure intention of one day being free from violence, hatred, and oppression worldwide as long as the sun still shines.

This article is not meant to be seen as anti-Semitic or anti-religious.

When I talk about different types of religious people, I can be against them without having any form of hate. Hatred for any type of religion is wrong. But being against a religion is not only acceptable but necessary for a functioning reasonable world. Being against a Jewish idea is not anti-Semitic. Having hatred just to hate for no reason is anti-Semitic. It is important to understand the difference. I am constructively criticizing the objectively negative aspects of all apocalyptic eschatological (end of times) ideologies.

As a historian, if one can see the entire picture of history from the present until the past, one can then begin to see the “primary causes” of how and why we got to the point that we are at. If one is educated or knowledgeable enough about the correct subjects, and can be objective about where we currently are at, it is easy to see why we are in the situation that we are in globally and how we got here.

My primary argument of why we are here at this moment is because of a push by religious extremists, within multiple religions, to force upon the world an apocalyptic timeline. This would inevitably lead to a world that can never return to a seemingly “normal” existence. The push itself has brought us into a frame of mind that we lost any idea of what “normal” was long ago. This “pushing of the apocalypse” has been done primarily to fulfill their own prophecies even if it meant going to extreme methods to do so. Accomplishing this would, in essence, allow them to control the narrative for an indefinite length of time into the future. All of history can be seen in this light leading to the point that we are currently at. Extremists want to see an “ending” to the book of life, even if that “ending” cannot actually occur. In their own delusional minds, they believe that it must occur, for it was always prophesied. Instead of hoping for it, they push for it. The credibility of these religions calling for an apocalypse has been shattered and ruined by former apocalyptic preachers for thousands of years, but they have determined that instead of waiting, in order to be credible and not believe they have wasted their entire lives, they would cause it to happen.

My secondary argument is that this “window” and long term plan to bring about the apocalypse is currently passing us and will ultimately not work out. Thus, the happy ending of this post is that we have already entered the post-apocalyptic age even if we are not yet aware of it.

The Post-Apocalyptic age is already upon us.

One may wonder, “Oh but the apocalypse has not occurred! How can we be in a post-apocalyptic age?”

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(((interesting)))

Doomer 11/12/2019 (Tue) 06:25:02 No. 202 [Reply]
When did your depression start, do you hate masturbation (ie nofapper) and if not how many times a day do you beat your penis?

my depression started around 19yr
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take up wood chopping, then start a fire.
>loaded with all kinds of dopamine
<masturbation is good too
I been depressed since I was like 9 or 10 and nah masturbation's the bomb I do it like maybe once a day or once every couple of days idk I don't have that big a sex drive cause ya know depression and stuff but still yeah
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>>229
>I don't have that big a sex drive cause ya know depression
oh wow. there is a correlation with low test and depression. try masturbating 2-3+ times a day for like a week
the depression started in 1929 and never ended
>>234
low test society

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Another one for you Doomer. The United States of Israel: A Post-Apocalyptic Manifesto Doomer 11/12/2019 (Tue) 14:31:19 No. 211 [Reply]
The beauty of truth is that people know it automatically when they see or read it. Truth is truth.

If one practices their own beliefs and they do not have a negative effect on their neighbor who is not practicing the same, there is no problem with religion. But if one begins to infringe to the point that it becomes a danger or threatens the very survival of another, the religion has moved into a different territory. I can be against a specific action or group within a specific religion without being against the religion as a whole. And furthermore being against a specific group or action within a religion does not mean that one automatically has any hate whatsoever for that religion. Thus one can be against without being “anti.” This is an important point to remember for anyone who would claim this to be a “hate” post. On the other hand, this post comes with a pure intention of one day being free from violence, hatred, and oppression worldwide as long as the sun still shines.

This article is not meant to be seen as anti-Semitic or anti-religious.

When I talk about different types of religious people, I can be against them without having any form of hate. Hatred for any type of religion is wrong. But being against a religion is not only acceptable but necessary for a functioning reasonable world. Being against a Jewish idea is not anti-Semitic. Having hatred just to hate for no reason is anti-Semitic. It is important to understand the difference. I am constructively criticizing the objectively negative aspects of all apocalyptic eschatological (end of times) ideologies.

As a historian, if one can see the entire picture of history from the present until the past, one can then begin to see the “primary causes” of how and why we got to the point that we are at. If one is educated or knowledgeable enough about the correct subjects, and can be objective about where we currently are at, it is easy to see why we are in the situation that we are in globally and how we got here.

My primary argument of why we are here at this moment is because of a push by religious extremists, within multiple religions, to force upon the world an apocalyptic timeline. This would inevitably lead to a world that can never return to a seemingly “normal” existence. The push itself has brought us into a frame of mind that we lost any idea of what “normal” was long ago. This “pushing of the apocalypse” has been done primarily to fulfill their own prophecies even if it meant going to extreme methods to do so. Accomplishing this would, in essence, allow them to control the narrative for an indefinite length of time into the future. All of history can be seen in this light leading to the point that we are currently at. Extremists want to see an “ending” to the book of life, even if that “ending” cannot actually occur. In their own delusional minds, they believe that it must occur, for it was always prophesied. Instead of hoping for it, they push for it. The credibility of these religions calling for an apocalypse has been shattered and ruined by former apocalyptic preachers for thousands of years, but they have determined that instead of waiting, in order to be credible and not believe they have wasted their entire lives, they would cause it to happen.

My secondary argument is that this “window” and long term plan to bring about the apocalypse is currently passing us and will ultimately not work out. Thus, the happy ending of this post is that we have already entered the post-apocalyptic age even if we are not yet aware of it.

The Post-Apocalyptic age is already upon us.

One may wonder, “Oh but the apocalypse has not occurred! How can we be in a post-apocalyptic age?”

Message too long. Click here to view full text.

I will argue we are in the post-apocalyptic age because we have come to a point where people will be forced to stop pushing for the apocalypse to happen. This is the great delusion that we have lived under for so long. This world has been built to be destroyed by delusional individuals in high levels of power who are pushing for the apocalypse to occur. It is why the world feels so hollow because it was built to be destroyed. None of our politicians are coming up with long term solutions for how to fix our economies, our banking systems, our healthcare, our prison populations, our environment, or our infrastructure, just to name a few. That is because they were never built to last.

The separation of religion and delusional eschatological theories must take place for the world to move forward. Otherwise, we will always be moving backward. This major point has alluded us for so long. The world does not necessarily need to be anti-religious, but we should all be anti-apocalyptic.

Where Israel goes off the edge of sanity is that they feel so strongly in their premises of waiting for the Moshiach to come that they believe it is their right to do anything that they believe necessary in order to force him to come faster. That is where a simple premise that one can live by becomes a dangerous premise that affects all of humanity. This push for power to be able to do whatever they want to do in order to bring upon their messiah is the most dangerous mindset that perhaps has ever been on this earth. In the end, they are justifying their pursuit of power and control over the earth by saying that they are in the right because they are actually trying to bring about the Moshiach. This is the greatest travesty of our historical age.

The original Jewish belief in the Messiah was that one day he was going to come and all they could do was wait. This belief itself is fine. I do not necessarily believe that a messiah will come, but it is ok if someone else does. They were free to believe whatever they wanted as long as they submitted to God and did not attempt to forcibly bring him into existence. When the group began to forcibly bring upon the Messiah, then this incorrect premise became dangerous to the entire world. My argument is that this is basically where we started to go downhill quickly in all regards historically speaking. The Jews had an incorrect premise, but they stayed to themselves and submitted to God, which means they submitted to an outside authority and life went on. If they wanted to go on believing this that was fine. But when they started to actively push for the Messiah, and slowly built power across the world which eventually led to the establishment of Israel, they came to a time where they went too far.

How do we stop this? How do we stop them from pushing for a messiah that will never come? How can we show them that they are actually using their religious beliefs as a justification to build power and control over others? How can they stop this never-ending pursuit? Can they stop pushing for the Messiah to come by force and still believe that the Messiah will come or must they stop believing in a messiah all together? Can they understand that just waiting on someone to come is actually a “cop-out” and a denigration of their own inherent power to live life without waiting on someone to come and lead them? Can they break free of their ingrained need to be a part of a collective? Can they become free-thinking individuals? Could it be that the highest level Jews know that a Messiah is not coming, but they continue to use the false premise of a messiah as a justification for doing whatever they would like to in the world?

My argument is that the apocalypse has already been averted so we are already in the post-apocalyptic age. The apocalypse has been pushed by so many because certain people wanted what they considered an “ending” or “greater purpose” to the world. It is like a book. People want to know the ending so they created their own ending.
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