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There's no discharge in the war!

File: 294def4a722c719⋯.jpg (16.84 KB, 481x439, 481:439, 294def4a722c719c1373d4c4d8….jpg)

10235a  No.668706[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

http://archive.is/9C15D

https://www.yahoo.com/news/armed-civilians-detaining-migrants-border-211510482.html

Armed civilians are detaining migrants at the border. The (((ACLU))) wants them (((investigated)))

>In the middle of the night Tuesday, United Constitutional Patriots, an armed civilian group patrolling the U.S.-Mexico border in the Sunland Park area, detained more than 300 migrants who illegally crossed the border.

>The group, who claim they are at the border to “uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States of America,” is patrolling the desert near Sunland Park searching for migrants.

>In a video livestreamed April 16 on Facebook by one of the United Constitutional Patriots' members, the group is seen detaining a group of about 300 migrants, including children. The video starts in the middle of the incident with U.S. Border Patrol vehicle and agents already at the scene.

>In the video, the member repeatedly says, “This is an invasion … and it is never, never ending” referring to the large number of Central American migrants crossing into the U.S. to seek asylum.

>The group claims on its website that it is not violating any state or federal laws.

>The (((American Civil Liberties Union of New Mexico))) disagrees with the group calling their actions, “unlawful.”

>In a letter sent to New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham and New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas, (((ACLU))) officials request they “investigate an armed vigilante group currently engaged in the unlawful detePost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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caa102  No.678954

>>669197

Disappointed that last one wasn't navy seal pasta

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a905dc  No.678958

>>669247

I recommend being careful about your IP greece anon unless you already are and your not greek

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3ba9fd  No.678967

>>668708

Smart people are waiting for the boogaloo before they do things like this.

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53355d  No.678978

File: 11e672e2db92218⋯.png (65.74 KB, 256x325, 256:325, what in the goddamn.png)

>>669194

It truly is a different thing when you understand the language completely

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b56beb  No.679766

trump.exe:

>1 million mexicans cross the border

<i sleep

>white people detain a few dozen mexicans at the border

<==NO PARDON==

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File: 42773b27898d265⋯.mp4 (12.06 MB, 1048x584, 131:73, 42773b27898d265ab3898d7fc0….mp4)

57f914  No.656439[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

GET IN THERE FAGGOTS!

>>>/pol/12916717

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8ad3ae  No.669286

>>656484

S

S

Is there an option to burn the corpses?

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c5a18b  No.678550

Update: Tarrant pleads not guilty to all charges. Is now set to be judged by 12 jurors I wonder if the court is going to stack mudslimes

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-48631488

http://archive.is/EhTXy

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cb1d95  No.678554

File: f56af6ff9ca896f⋯.jpg (21.54 KB, 640x480, 4:3, anderson cooper owl sandy ….jpg)

File: 9498653f430e2bc⋯.jpg (24.12 KB, 500x281, 500:281, sandy hook devil horns guy.jpg)

File: 776f204cae64482⋯.jpg (124.37 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, sandy hook the voice 666 l….jpg)

File: c782526da66c7a7⋯.jpg (91.57 KB, 780x438, 130:73, sandy hook hoax.jpg)

>>656447

this is not an argument. they are trying to ban funs anyways and if you dont give them the "excuse" they will simply manufacture one

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cb1d95  No.678555

>>678554

parkland

sandy hook

las vegas

etc etc etc

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e0208b  No.679598

>>657243

>homo_multiculturalis

But that's an example of inbreeding. It's still very common in a lot of the world, especially in the Middle East and Africa. If his mom and dad weren't siblings they might have had a chance at producing normal children.

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File: a7ec78e64754c8e⋯.jpg (202.98 KB, 1200x900, 4:3, 3.jpg)

31010c  No.670437[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Scale modeling is the art of being nerdy enough about cool things to make bits of plastic look awesome. From full scale dioramas to single pieces the time and effort put into some of these things is beyond belief.

Pay your respects to your favourite weaponry and the autists who wanted a tiny version of it.

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e68d1a  No.678753

>>670790

Stop being so edgy, patrioti. This is pure qt 2D streloks that got suffered, not thots that asked for it.

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48e2f9  No.678829

>>671568

Dr fausts painting clinic on youtube

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f634a4  No.679146

File: de4c16d86ce7de3⋯.png (852.24 KB, 1280x640, 2:1, Yukari.png)

>>670790

>Doesnt' care that the most innocent and pure girl gets violated by some disgusting betas and thrown away like a piece of trash

Are you even human?

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6e7460  No.679149

File: 706b63c224fbe6e⋯.jpg (39.72 KB, 640x402, 320:201, ceremonial_mexican_firearm….jpg)

>>679146

>the most innocent and pure girl gets violated

There are worse things. Think about all the innocent guns being taken away from their owners and destroyed every day.

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e68d1a  No.679323

File: d77498532a0ceb8⋯.jpg (36.75 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, YAME!.jpg)

>>679149

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

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File: f753d3dbc1fac32⋯.pdf (562.81 KB, Giffords-Lethal-and-Legal-….pdf)

d92fc1  No.663701[Reply]

>How the gun industry is putting public safety at risk by manufacturing extremely

lethal firearms designed to skirt the federal laws established to keep us safe.

>DAVID CHIPMAN Senior Policy Advisor at Giffords, former ATF Special Agent

LINDSAY NICHOLS Federal Policy Director at Giffords Law Center

As can be expected, the bumpstock ban has emboldened the Left to new heights, now Giffords (sounds like a fucking department store) is targeting binary triggers, trigger cranks, "high capacity shotguns", AK and AR pistols, pistol braces, blade braces, .50BMG ammo and rifles, muzzleloaders, and "specialty ammunition: tracers and incendiary rounds". This being one of the many, many hilariously bullshit pieces of propaganda in this fire;

>Armor-piercing ammunition, rounds composed of heavy metals that can defeat heavy military equipment such as tanks, has been regulated by ATF since 1986, if it can be fired from a handgun.

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cc1ee7  No.679140

File: fb545a9dbcd872d⋯.jpg (125.57 KB, 1024x803, 1024:803, d9a29554d87fb6302db6ba2045….jpg)

>>664236

When did this happen? Can you post sauce please?

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8e5c7e  No.679142

File: 6bf699ecdf52b6a⋯.jpg (524.38 KB, 1080x2220, 18:37, The very model of a modern….jpg)

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a45cdc  No.679144

What's the point anymore?

The kikes already won.

Everything is hopelessly fucked.

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7256af  No.679162

>>679142

>>679142

Thanks for saving my lil nugget from the powertripping turkroach.

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340afe  No.679169

File: c9a9e5e17d2387b⋯.png (212.71 KB, 500x773, 500:773, autistic_screeching_of_nig….png)

File: 282ee9c9595f1cb⋯.jpg (45.47 KB, 500x504, 125:126, niggerpill_kike.jpg)

File: 7943416c6e3b6e9⋯.png (97.32 KB, 597x800, 597:800, I_am_kike_man.png)

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File: 8fb86907cd2b9ea⋯.jpeg (16.46 KB, 225x225, 1:1, download.jpeg)

c9cf84  No.676942[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

>President Donald Trump said he’ll "seriously look" at banning gun silencers after last week’s mass shooting in Virginia.

>“Well, I’d like to think about it," Trump said in an interview with Piers Morgan on ITV’s Good Morning Britain. “I’m going to seriously look at it."

>While Trump said he didn’t "love" the idea of a ban, he also was unhappy to see the frequency and severity of mass shootings in the U.S.

>Trump’s comments represent a potential crack in Republican opposition to stronger gun control measures.

>They follow a shooting last week at a municipal center in Virginia Beach, Virginia, in which a gunman killed 12 people. Police recovered a high-capacity magazine and a silencer mechanism from the scene.

>Virginia’s Democratic governor, Ralph Northam, said Tuesday he will summon lawmakers back to the state Capitol to consider a package of gun-control legislation. Republicans control the state’s legislature. Northam’s proposals include a ban on silencers and high-capacity magazines.

>The Trump administration earlier this year banned bump stocks, devices that let a semi-automatic weapon fire like a machine gun.

https://web.archive.org/save/https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-06-05/trump-says-he-s-seriously-looking-at-banning-gun-silencers-jwixwla2?fbclid=IwAR1ndpw9InvyWUFbeTZtYhZ8YWKGQcKI1RinWk_2G_bI9g7YEozpNHTQiuU

THANKS /POL/, YOU FUCKING RETARDED NIGGERS

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653cf6  No.678530

File: c6c221c7565b3cf⋯.jpg (314.19 KB, 1366x768, 683:384, 48700_screenshots_20190607….jpg)

>>678453

>OYYYYYYY VEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY

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680e4d  No.678921

File: eee1b5b1abe7635⋯.png (1.1 MB, 747x749, 747:749, ClipboardImage.png)

I think Trump really wants to go down in history as "honorary Jew" or "the greatest among the goyim"

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fc0064  No.678946

>>677184

There are 30 million illegals in this country, not including anchor babies. The only way to do this is for trump to launch a Sherman's March on liberal states. Yet considering how he's letting his daughter be an advisor of his he doesn't have the spine to do that.

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535ffb  No.678949

>>678946

>dumb mutt still thinking trumpyid would ever hurt a spic

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7dc1af  No.679134

>>678921

Just like Churchill and FDR.

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File: 91a1a82aefee21b⋯.jpeg (674.79 KB, 1920x1194, 320:199, trolls.jpeg)

b96773  No.664258[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

You're sitting in front of /k/, feeling a bit bored. Your guns are cleaned after a shoot, you've had a bat, drunk your night-cap, and now for the lull of the night.

Until suddenly, a magical portal appears. A wizard steps out and says they need you to operate inside of a DnD dungeon with all kinds of dumb-fuckery and monsters inside it. He says he can only keep this man sized portal up for two minutes from now- you have to grab all your shit and go in. There's no gunsmiths on the other side, but all your ammo will randomly drop from monsters on your kills, but only one type of ammo at a time. If you die, you'll get tossed out of the portal, a little bruised but otherwise OK. If you win and kill the BBEG with your party, you get a huge bag of 24 carat gold bars and a loyal qt nympho succubus with big tiddies.

What do you grab? Doesn't have to be in your possession.

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dfdf8c  No.678857

File: c436f3ab6671512⋯.mp4 (4.26 MB, 854x854, 1:1, d4lQvZ9.mp4)

>>664258

Does it have to be a succubus slutwhore? I'd much rather have a valkyrie waifu to raise a dozen kids with, vid related tbh.

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570156  No.678896

File: 8ccde724783edb1⋯.jpg (107.54 KB, 1024x698, 512:349, Flammenwerfer 35.jpg)

>>664258

If I am allowed to form a party, then I play the elementalist class. I'll take a flamethrower, 6 gas grenades filled with phosgen, a stun gun and a small coolbox with some icecubes in it.

If I have to go in alone I'll take a SVD with a fixed bayonet and either a 1911 or Walther.

When the dungeon is finished I ask the succubus to turn me into a shota and adopt me

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ab52ab  No.678899

File: 8905ea91a8062b8⋯.png (163.39 KB, 476x346, 238:173, Festival.png)

>>664258

>Helmet with L-3 GPNVG-18 and hearing protection attached

>Plate carrier w/ plate

>Backpacking backpack, contains first aid kit

>Good boots and a couple changes of socks in a two layer zip lock bag. Soft rubber soles that are quiet over stone.

>Arming sword made from CPM S30V steel in a kydex sheath and a stone to sharpen it.

>M4 carbine chambered in 5.56 with semi/TRB. Infrared laser. Red dot and backup irons. Modded to an SBR and to use a piston rather than direct impingement. Suppressed, because we're in a stone dungeon and I want to be able to hear the monsters after firing.

>Gun cleaning kit and a bottle of CLP. Multi-tool tucked in there somewhere.

>Infrared flashlight.

>Saab Bofors Dynamics CBJ-MS submachine gun Chambered in 6.5×25mm CBJ firing flechetted titanium. Enemies drop ammo, so whatever. I can change to a 9mm barrel if needed. Suppressed.

>HK45 in it's holster, threaded barrel added. Suppressed. Firing subsonic ammo, because it's a 45 duh.

>Becker BK-2 knife in a nylon sheath

>Knee pads

>Steel gauntlets

>Bandoleer of flash-bangs

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fa2c7c  No.679097

>>678857

All the testosterone makes them sterile.

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fa2c7c  No.679098

>>665177

No, he wasn't chemically castrated. The Spartans were given drugs that suppress their sex drive. They're still fully functional.

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File: b6eb9b178031609⋯.jpeg (391.71 KB, 736x393, 736:393, Taiwan M48 M60 Ageing.jpeg)

a6f3c1  No.677502[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Defying China, U.S. to sell new tanks, anti-aircraft missiles to Taiwan in $2B deal

By Carlo Muñoz - The Washington Times - Friday, June 7, 2019

>In a deal that has drawn the anger of mainland China, Taiwan has signed a multibillion-dollar weapons deal with the Trump administration for hundreds of new tanks, rockets and surface-to-air missiles, defense officials in Taipei confirmed this week.

>The Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense said the nation’s military will receive 100 M1A1 Abrams battle tanks, 1,240 BGM-71 TOW anti-tank missiles, 409 FGM-148 Javelin anti-tank missiles and 250 surface-to-air Stinger missiles in the estimated $2 billion arms package.

>The new Abrams tanks, built by U.S. weapons maker General Dynamics, will replace Taiwan’s aging American-made M60A3 battle tanks and the Taiwanese-manufactured M48H CM11 tank, defense officials in Taipei said. The publication Jane’s Defence first reported details of the arms deal.

>The deal falls in line with defense Taiwan Relation Act, which legally binds the United States to provide arms and material to support the Taiwanese military. The announcement also comes amid rising tensions between Taipei and Beijing.

>But Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said that China, which views Taiwan as a renegade province, firmly opposes the arms deal.

>“We urge the U.S. to fully understand the high sensitivity and serious harm of the issue of arms sales to Taiwan and abide by the one-China principle,” Mr. Geng told reporters in a Beijing briefing Thursday.

http://archive.is/aag2V

https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2019/jun/7/us-sell-new-tanks-anti-aircraft-missiles-taiwan/

US under Trump takes step towards recognizing Taiwan as a country

Recent trends suggest a change in Taiwan's official status may bPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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4be375  No.678737

>>677584

join the taiwan armed forces?

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8fd765  No.678741

>>678687

Well Trump's wife is also a whore as are a lot of right wing politicians.

So I'm gonna go with last Tuesday.

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8c7879  No.678805

File: c728efe8eb79420⋯.png (326.54 KB, 847x599, 847:599, ClipboardImage.png)

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53f415  No.678834

File: ef194633064f883⋯.jpg (128.5 KB, 1500x1500, 1:1, jewdora.jpg)

>>678534

I guess that counts as a fedora.

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207753  No.678941

>>677503

>Taiwanese

are about 33% high bred Jap colonialist stock, and about 30% high bred long time Chinese, and about 25% 1949 arrived high bred Chinese and remaining "native".

ROC don't want to join with PRC because ROC saw what the Jewish controlled PRC did to try to exterminate true Chinese culture and civilization.

Jews don't JUST want to destroy Western civilization.

China has long tradition of Freedom of Information (no concept of copyright) as well as meritocracy and honestly in Civil Service, and traditions, ancestor worship, elders and teachers held in high regard, and all are toxic to Jews.

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5405c1  No.660063[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

http://archive.is/4oUZ7

>Missouri may have just made the most monumental step towards freedom and individual liberty since the signing of the Bill of Rights. In an upcoming vote by Missouri’s state senate, the state is expected to pass a bill that would nullify ALL Federal gun laws and regulations, and make enforcement of those laws by federal officers within the State of Missouri a criminal offense. Republicans control both U.S. Senate seats and more than two-thirds of the seats in both the Missouri House and Senate.

>Like it’s predecessor, SB613, Bill SB367 and it’s companion, House Bill HB786, would prevent all state agencies and their employees from enforcing any federal law that infringes the Second Amendment in any way, including gun registrations, fees, fines, licenses and bans. Originally authored in 2014, a former version of the bill was also passed, but vetoed by then Missouri Governor Jay Nixon.

All federal acts, laws, executive orders, administrative orders, court orders, rules, and regulations, whether past, present, or future, which infringe on the people’s right to keep and bear arms as guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the United States I and Section 23 of the Missouri Constitution shall be invalid in this state, shall not be recognized by this state, shall be specifically rejected by this state, and shall be considered null and void and of no effect in this state.”

>For added measure, SB367’s authors went into great detail on what federal laws will be “considered null and void and of no effect.”

<(a) Any tax, levy, fee, or stamp imposed on firearms, firearm accessories, or ammunition not common to all other goods and services which might reasonably be expected to create a chilling effect on the purchase or ownership of those items by law-abiding citizens;

<(b) Any registering or tracking of firearms, firearm accessories, or ammunition which might reasonably be expected to create a chilling effect on the purchase or ownership of those items by law-abiding citizens;

<(c) Any registering or tracking of the owners of firearms, firearm accessories, or ammunition which mPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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df345b  No.678822

So, how are living expenses in Missouri?

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3db341  No.678826

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28c2ff  No.678835

>>678826

Shit man, maybe I won't have to go all the way to Alaska when Virginia cucks out this July.

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df345b  No.678837

>>678826

It is tempting, but I can't imagine living anywhere other than my shithole state. It's like stockholm syndrome. Also going from the ocean state to a landlocked state would be quite a jump.

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3db341  No.678840

>>678835

Here's a list of all our public shooting ranges the weather's nicer too

https://nature.mdc.mo.gov/discover-nature/find/places/mdc-ranges

>>678837

yeah, I get that

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File: a069d21b3a64499⋯.jpg (870.51 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, 1559686389861.jpg)

386a30  No.677262[Reply]

>Civil War

>Communists,Government Remanants and the Centerist-Right wing union are fighting

>You are a Captain of a fleet of 2 destroyers 1 frigate and a troop transport ship

>you have gathered some troops and civilians and you set up a base

on an island 45 miles form mainland

>you found your own nation with you as the dictator

>the island has one small dockyard capable of maintaining the existing fleet and mabye building a corvette or two if you gather up enough resources

>the island has to factories one making guns and ammo and the other making spare parts for aircraft

>there is a small airfeild on the island you have 11 F-16s,3 black hawk helicopters and 20 F-14s that were in store unmaintained and need to be refurbished to be usable again

>what would /k/ do next inthis situation

No allying with any of the factions allowed you stay neutral

Trade with other factions allowed

*pic urelated*

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444eb5  No.677455

>>677416

Country is a parcel of land which is ruled by a state. As such, Russia is a country, and Austro-Hungary too. None of those have to be homogeneous to be countries. Most of the time country and nation line up, but it isn't necessary, e.g. America.

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4bb8b0  No.677597

File: 7eea04f301aa662⋯.jpg (244.86 KB, 925x898, 925:898, americommando.jpg)

Immediately conduct routine raids on the mainland for women and materiel and very young children, and all the civilian women must bear several kids to the state. Naval training from the time they're weaned using the crews of our ships as the core. All the people too old to be trained will be doing all the grunt work, fishing etc.

In 20 years or so, we'll have enough crews for a whole fleet. Slip into port under some flag of truce, capture their fleet, and sail off. Destroy from the sea any potential threat to the island, and ramp up the efforts. No recruiting of mainlanders over the age of 2, only for childbearing and labor.

Eventually our pirate nation will control all of the coastal regions, sending all of the materiel to our island where the training will continue. Offer softer vassalage to the cuckservatives in exchange for supplying all of the materiel for the physical removal of communists. If they don't, make life slightly more uncomfortable for them and ask again.

Sure this will take 30 or so years, and will completely destroy the economy of the country, but you will have created a proper pirate aristocracy that will defend the country from communism for over 9000 months.

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5d9290  No.677599

File: 3ba35c7c52bc460⋯.jpg (88.74 KB, 679x657, 679:657, 1443587645262.jpg)

5G millimeter waves and sonic soundwaves from the government frying our brains cells and causing our heads to burst open.

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ebeb52  No.677635

>>677262

First:

>Buy shit slav milsurp (PPS-43, AKM, SKS, RPDs, etc) for cheap

>Recruit a bunch of niggers (if I am near a shithole country) to harass the loyalists to the side I am most against (probably the communists and government remnants) in return for self determination (not happening really, just a selling point) and gibs (also not happening)

If that isn't the case, hopefully there is other forms of recruitment. I would most likely do logistical bullshit for other allies. That way I can just end up being a sister company for something much bigger.

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4bbc4f  No.678723

File: 60ec3ca08af6e4d⋯.jpg (259.09 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, background_SS.jpg)

Firstly secure food,weapon,and ammo production and begin construction of coastal defenses. After that begin refurbishing a handful of fighters and a helicopter, next i'd begin trade with the centrist-right union and eventually negotiate terms to invade commies/gov rems without being attacked by the CRU. Begin refurbishing all aircraft and constructing 2 corvettes with traded resources from CRU, after they're complete begin raiding the mainland for recruitable whites,resources, and weapons. After enough land has been secured establish farmland and a new border. Keep expanding the border and manufacturing more weapons, aircraft, naval vessels, etc until a sizeable chunk of the mainland has been captured and cleansed then one day for no reason at all

>4threich.exe

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c9ea8f  No.677170[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

No longer content to hit simple cargo vessels, the US Navy has advanced to attempting to use other militaries' ships to sink its Ticonderogas.

https://archive.fo/XyiBW

>Russia and the United States blamed each other for a near collision between their warships in the East China Sea on Friday with both countries accusing one another of dangerous and unprofessional behavior.

>Russia’s Pacific Fleet said that the USS Chancellorsville, a guided-missile cruiser, had come within just 50 meters (165 feet) of the Russian destroyer Admiral Vinogradov which had been forced to take emergency action to avoid a collision, Russian news agencies reported.

>They cited a Russian Pacific Fleet statement as saying the incident took place in the early hours of Friday morning in the eastern part of the East China Sea at a time when a group of Russian warships was on a parallel course with a U.S. naval strike group.

>“The U.S guided-missile cruiser Chancellorsville suddenly changed course and cut across the path of the destroyer Admiral Vinogradov coming within 50 meters of the ship,” the statement said.

>“A protest over the international radio frequency was made to the commanders of the American ship who were warned about the unacceptable nature of such actions,” it said.

>That version of events was rejected by the U.S. Navy, which said the behavior of the Russian ship had been “unsafe and unprofessional”.

>“While operating in the Philippine Sea, a Russian Destroyer…made an unsafe maneuver against USS Chancellorsville,” U.S. Seventh Fleet spokesman Commander Clayton Doss said.

>“This unsafe action forced Chancellorsville to execute all engines back full and to maneuver to avoid collision.”

>He described a Russian assertion that the U.S. ship had acted dangerously as “propaganda”. The Russian destroyer came within 50 to 100 feet of the Chancellorsville, he said, putting the safety of her crew and the ship at risk.

>The incident comes days after WashingtPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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6a314d  No.678495

>>678483

Anti-torp mini-torp active defenses can work too. Allegedly Russian subs already have those so I don't see why capital ships can't.

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eb96f5  No.678518

>>678464

>And how many aircraft launched from the carrier can the sub take out?

All of them.

What a dumb question…

>>678485

There are problems with all sub hunting techniques, none of them are perfect.

For example airdropped torpedoes are only effective dropped from helicopters, yet subs can only be spotted by high flying airplanes, so you need whole fleets of aircraft flying nonstop to counter the danger of one submarine. And aircraft carriers generally dont have this kind of capability, its just not possible to carry the mass of aircraft that requires. Submarine hunting is instead outsourced to a lot of smaller ships dedicated to the task each carrying multiple helicopters for dropping torpedoes, and the fixed wing aircraft come from shores which limits their range and coverage only to defensive combat.

Right now theres no defense against a rtg/diesel-electric submarine for a fleet sailing longer than 500-1000km from American shores.

The serbro is exaggerating it would take 3-5 small electric subs to sucessfully sink a CVBG, but thats still 500 million dollars to effectively counter 12+ billion dollars. Thats how pisspoor countries like Russia can maintain power parity with the richest country in the world.

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41a1f6  No.678656

>>678518

Why not just strap a shit ton of mad detectors on a cheap missile and sweep it like a grid?

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af7c36  No.678658

>>678485

>>678483

4 words.

Missile launched torpedo warhead.

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ccd2ec  No.678678

>>678518

>airdropped torpedoes are only effective dropped from helicopters

Why?

Are Jet aircraft too fast to safely drop a guided torpedo into ocean water?

t. only knowledge of airplane torps stems from WW2 flight sims

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464a65  No.677476[Reply]

So, I’ve heard many outlets refer to David Hahn’s “nuclear reactor” as a “breeder reactor” when it was more like a pile (second pic related), bevause in order to make a breeder reactor you would need a massive industrial project that would be worth the economy of an entire nation to afford and wouldn’t be possible for someone like him to hide from the authorities. But one part that confused me was the “gun” he made for the device. It was made from a Beryllium Copper strip (like a piece of film) with tritium waxed over it. First of all, I don’t see how this would work for many reasons, secondly I doubt that it even would work even if you somehow got the right amount materials in a sufficient enough quantity, because Beryllium copper is like 0.5 - 3% Beryllium and the Beryllium that nuclear facilities use is pure non-alloy Beryllium. And the fact that Tritium is a gas, not a wax. Does anyone know what the hell these media sources were talking about?

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628c67  No.678418

>>678354

That picture you posted is fake and gay.

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4ca85e  No.678422

File: c5176879588fba5⋯.png (26.03 KB, 132x213, 44:71, dude.PNG)

>>678354

>radiation is totally measured in "cm" and its in no way a wave height chart from the earthquake that (((greenpeace))) simply said was radiation and spread everywhere without even removing the key from the corner because people are so fucking stupid they just believe its a wall of death poisoning the entire earth

Strelok come on, this is fucking embarrassing.

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afaf84  No.678433

>>678220

These were the improvements in the MKER, what do you think?:

>With a net electrical power output of 860 MWe, the MKER-800 design represents the latest version of the post Chernobyl RBMK line. It makes use of the proven technology of current RBMK plants. In this graphite channel reactor with water cooling, the lessons learnt from operating RBMKs and from the Chernobyl disaster have been incorporated.

>MKER-800 reactor plant safety and reliability improvements include:

>o Reasonable reactivity characteristics of the core

>o Natural circulation providing heat removal up to 600 MWe with an additional application of the jet pumps at nominal power

>o Absence of any valves in the primary circuit

>o Increased efficiency of the emergency shut-down system

>o Decreased linear specific power to 28 kW/m

>o Containment with improved seismic stability

>o Passive cool-down system located inside the containment

https://www.osti.gov/etdeweb/servlets/purl/66190

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afaf84  No.678434

>>678433

further details:

>MKER

>The MKER is a modern Russian-engineered channel type reactor that is a distant descendant of the RBMK, designed to optimize the benefits and fix the serious flaws of the original.

>Several unique features of the MKER's design make it a credible and interesting option: The reactor remains online during refueling, ensuring outages only occasionally for maintenance, with uptime up to 97-99%. The moderator design allows the use of less-enriched fuels, with a high burnup rate. Neutronics characteristics have been optimized for civilian use, for superior fuel fertilization and recycling; and graphite moderation achieves better neutronics than is possible with light water moderation. The lower power density of the core greatly enhances thermal regulation.

>An array of improvements make the MKER's safety comparable to Western Generation III reactors: improved quality of parts, advanced computer controls, comprehensive passive emergency core cooling system, and very strong containment structure, along with a negative void coefficient and a fast-acting rapid shutdown system. The passive emergency cooling system uses reliable natural phenomena to cool the core, rather than depending on motor-driven pumps. The containment structure is designed to withstand severe stress and pressure. In the event of a pipe break of a cooling-water channel, the channel can be isolated from the water supply, preventing a general failure.

>The greatly enhanced safety and unique benefits of the MKER design enhance its competitiveness in countries considering full fuel-cycle options for nuclear development.

https://www.wikiwand.com/en/Nuclear_meltdown

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464a65  No.678452

>>678434

Many people who underestimate just how dangerous David Hahn’s reactor was really do fail to see that his neutron gun actually was capable of producing sufficient fissile material. It consists of a lead block with a hole drilled in one side for you to insert Radium crystals and shavings from Beryllium strips coated in Tritium from scraping the waxy substance on glow-in-the-dark gun and bow sights that hold them together, with Thorium-232 strips around the lead block to act as the foil with another lead block placed on top of it to keep it held in place and to sustain the reaction. What happens is the Thorium-232 is converted into Thorium-233 and then finally, Uranium-233, which can not only be used to fuel a nuclear reactor, but also to make nuclear bombs. And yet naysayers of David think that his reactor wouldn’t have done anything other than be just a pile of radioactive garbage.

It’s probably the simplest reactor ever built. It’s so simple that anybody could understand it. He took some pitchblende, pounded it up into a powder with a hammer, mixed the powder with nitric acid (saltpeter + sodium bisulfate) to make Uranyl Nitrate powder, took thousands of old Coleman camping lantern mantles, burned them into fine black ash, then mixed them on a sheet of aluminum foil with some lithium cut from $1,000 worth of lithium batteries using wire strippers, heated it in a tin can filled with cooking oil over a bunsen burner to starve the Thorium Dioxide from the mantles to make purified Thorium-232, took a bunch of paint chips off of Radium clocks and a bottle of Radium paint that he took off a counter at an antique store, took some Barium Sulfate that he got from nurses at a hospital’s radiology ward, telling them he needed it for a “scouting project” to earn his merit badge, heated it until it liquified, mixed in the bottle of Radium-226 paint and paint chips, then strained it through a coffee filter into a beaker, then dehydrated the glowing Radium that was in the beaker into a crystalline salt, then took over 100 smoke detectors, disassembled them and took out the golden matrix to extract the Americium-241 buttons contained within each of them, then he filed and pulverized both the Americium buttons and Radium salt into a fine powder, placed them insiPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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763d44  No.674245[Reply]

>A documentary being broadcast on Monday reveals for the first time details of how Jihadi John, whose real name was Mohammed Emwazi, was hunted down and killed in 2015 with the help of state-of-the-art tracking and identification technology. Colonel Steve Warren, the Pentagon spokesman at the time, tells the programme: 'Because of the conditions — it was night — we were using infrared. 'You can't see his face but we could sort of see how he moved, the cut of his jib, so to speak. The angle of his beard, these things we could see. 'Eventually we were convinced that this is Jihadi John. And so the floor commander at the time orders, 'Take the shot.'

>Drones had been searching for the ISIS terrorist for a year but any attempt to wipe him out was made difficult because he always surrounded himself with women and children and made sure he was in crowded areas. General Richard Barrons, former Commander Joint Forces Command, who was involved in the operation, told us: 'We identified Emwazi very quickly after the execution videos he appeared in but finding him was much harder because we did not have any people on the ground in Raqqa. 'The tracking was all done electronically but eventually, it was his beard and the way he walked that gave him away.'

>He first appeared in August 2014 when he killed American journalist James Foley. Officials at GCHQ knew within a matter of hours that it was Emwazi, establishing his identity through voice recognition technology and comparing the pattern of the veins in his left hand in which held a knife pointed directly towards the camera with images of him in archive photographs. GCHQ used recordings of his voice from previous wire taps taken during a three-year surveillance operation and compared it to the disguised voice used in the ISIS video. Emwazi's identity was not publicly confirmed until February 2015.

>Once the hunt for him was underway, Emwazi used his background as a former computer science student at Westminster University to evade American and British authorities. He used encryption programmes, private networks and wiped clean every computer he ever sent messages on. He was eventually discovered after he contacted his wife and child who lived in Iraq, kicks staring a year-long Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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29bd26  No.678198

>>678034

its the exact same scene, ukrainians exposed it a few years back and the CIA got so butthurt over it

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5e2b0e  No.678202

>>674281

Nigga, they are ISIS members

They are all guilty and deserve death

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c9efd9  No.678216

File: 093bc9a44638d40⋯.jpg (88.74 KB, 1536x1152, 4:3, halo3_43520936_Full.jpg)

>>674281

>can't go around murdering the wrong guy/innocent lookalike

If they look like muzzies, they ain't innocent.

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62087b  No.678408

>>678032

Son, they're all VC when the bombs explode.

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a279bc  No.680698

>>674245

lol he got iced

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a12edf  No.649127[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

It's been a while since we had one, what would be the ideal build for a utilitarian vehicle preferably easily capable of recon and stealth for the civilian market.

>lightweight

>small

>can go from 0-100km decently quick

>manual

>AWD

>off-road

>can haul a decent load

>diesel

>easy to maintain and repair

>at least 10 or 11 kilometers per liter

>robust

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88cca5  No.677571

File: 7776276e16b52af⋯.jpg (50.45 KB, 510x532, 255:266, 1387393720466.jpg)

>>677570

>modern Fiat

Can you speak from experience that they're good reliable cars and won't kill you in a crash.

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6b47f2  No.677572

>>649286

>You can use the electricity to power a propeller or water jet, and you if want to go off-road that much then you really shouldn't be a bridgecuck.

>>649340

>While I agree with both points, how do you plan to reconcile "tube frame" with "this bitch needs to displace water and remain buoyant"?

Why would it need too? Electric motors would be sealed and don't work on combustion, a battery big enough to sustain them for a few minutes and a good of road capability would mean you don't need it to float. You don't even need pump jets.

Amphibious is for pussies SUBMARINE car is where it's at.

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6b47f2  No.677574

>>677571

Well I never "crashed" in one if that's your question, I've rolled around in one of the old one when I was younger and the car had literally nothing except glass broken (not even all of them) and basic body damage.

I've got one of the new ones and it goes almost everywhere my Polaris goes. It's only "downside" is that it's small (but designed well enough you have proper room in 2 seats config. And it's not really a downside where I live but it's like 1/2 a Navarra, maybe less, to give you an idea) and it's less "comfy" to drive off-road (smaller and lighter = jump around more), the offset being it's "easier" (more maneuverable).

I've got it for over 2 years now and never had any issue personally (they did a recall over something, but they took in charge everything and everyone I talked seemed competent enough).

While the rest of the brand has a "colorful" reputation, the panda always had a stellar one (it's largely a niche thing for interior market, people forget but Italy is mostly mountains, it's the car for the rural Italian, the kind that won't hesitate to kidnap Fiat executives over his car trouble, so they're well done enough that a shitload of European, even Swiss, police use them as they have the same effectiveness as a big, proper and pricey, European 4WD like a Class G or a Defender).

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aed5d6  No.678359

>>649332

What about the added weight of adding all fo your bug out shit? I'm fixing to put a 1.6 Geotracker in mines. But I also want to carry a spare motorcycle/dual sport in the back.

>>662889

Toyota Tacoma's are practically the same thing, no point in buying and importing for the name change only.

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7644d2  No.678400

>>649332

I've a got a Suzuki Vitara, it's AWD (or 2 wheel for highways), a v6 engine, and it's amazing at 3 point turns in tight forest roads. I use it a lot for my forest inventory work. It squeezes right through ATV trails.

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7e6e1e  No.658558[Reply]

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166319  No.672901

File: 418162e3dfa5ab4⋯.jpg (1.26 MB, 1433x2010, 1433:2010, Screenshot_20180316-160253.jpg)

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57e735  No.672954

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>659171

Ah, memories.

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efd938  No.673731

File: ec8e1ee77c0cc3d⋯.png (68.5 KB, 609x329, 87:47, ClipboardImage.png)

>>665966

tbh they are actually visiting now

>>>/pol/13206286

>>>/pol/13209582

so if you want them to visit make a shitpost and report yourself

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ea0f0c  No.673732

>>673731

The holocaust never happened FBI

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e5c7b3  No.678385

>>659482

Thank you immunity dog

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8ca730  No.640269[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

The gunman who shot and killed Davis Police Officer Natalie Corona Thursday night has been identified as Kevin Douglas Limbaugh, a 48-year-old man who was ordered last fall to surrender a semiautomatic rifle after he was convicted in a battery case.

Yolo County Superior Court records show Limbaugh was charged in September with battery with serious bodily injury, a incident that a source said stemmed from him punching a co-worker at Cache Creek Casino in the face after a dispute.

The case was resolved as a misdemeanor conviction, and California Department of Justice records show he agreed to surrender a black .223-caliber Bushmaster AR-15 rifle in November.

Court records also show Limbaugh did not possess any other weapons, and authorities have yet to determine where he obtained the two semiautomatic handguns he is believed to have used in a Thursday night rampage that killed the 22-year-old officer and shot up a surrounding downtown neighborhood.

Davis police had refused to release the name of the gunman, but the Yolo County coroner confirmed his identity Saturday after The Bee published Limbaugh’s name.

Leftover Halloween decorations still hang on the gate outside his front door – a green and black “Beware” sign and a plastic skull.

Kevin Douglas Limbaugh documents 011219

http://archive.is/HPhtd

An unsightly brown tarp was pulled tight across the fence in the front yard Saturday, and potted plants that have long been neglected sit below the front window. A calico kitten could be seen moving around inside the home, but there was no sign of other occupants.

“It’s a good group of people who live there,” said Grace, another neighbor who asked that her last name not be used. “It’s unfortunate what happened.”

Down the block, within eyesight of the small house, the Corona family gathered at the shrinePost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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6e2bec  No.672832

>>672831

*neuroticism

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58ec1d  No.672835

>>665688

Somebody run MakeApp on her.

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1aed86  No.672867

File: afd19f5beba11ee⋯.gif (Spoiler Image, 587.43 KB, 500x281, 500:281, inthesightsrifleraining.gif)

>>671879

>I'm sure congress is afraid all five of you will picket in front of it.

Aggressive, high velocity concealed picketing is the best form of protest.

>>672816

Thankfully the rising of incels and the 80/20 rule is making pacification less and less likely. Why contain it?

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22b9bc  No.678068

File: 88884803aa08261⋯.jpg (2.66 MB, 2332x2472, 583:618, 20190612_032643.jpg)

Don't worry guys, I've got a Type 53 carbine and a spam can of steel core, so I can pop two stiffy's while fighting cops. (In minecraft)

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e439b5  No.678353

>>672816

> hence they all pussy out in favor of having children and leaving peacefully

Which is why its always familycucks who try to shame everyone else into inaction.

"So what if my daughter is a coalburner and my son is a tranny? I bred unlike you incel!"

Its how WN 1.0 died with a whimper and it looks like its going to happen again.

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