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ZeroPercentCamoIndex 9 points ago +9 / -0

Another possibility is they're so nihilistic and twisted that they just enjoy calling this imagery to mind. In the same way that commie trannies get involved in brigades posting demoralisation material online, promoting ideas of white cuckery and miscegenation everywhere, Jews and other zionists indulge their own humiliation fetishes by cooking up disgusting sexual scenarios at the drop of the hat.

One of the biggest things that pissed me off during the weekend of Oct 7 was the sense that I was being forced to listen to some cuck's jackoff material, by the WHOLE WORLD PRESS and every normie. They wouldn't stop with the rape shit. Some mud or blood on the back of some IDF's trousers was supposedly evidence of her blown-out, raped anus. I will never fucking forgive them for making me listen to this foul, made up shit.

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ZeroPercentCamoIndex 19 points ago +20 / -1

The woman is Noa Argamani, huh? So that's the one who was taken while crying on the motorbike, while a tidal wave of conservative talking heads pointed at the footage and told me:

LOOK IT'S RAPE RAPE RAPE THEY'RE GONNA RAPE HER RAPED TO DEATH RAPE RAPE MUSLIM COCKS SWARTHY BROWN COCKS OF DEATH MUSLIM RAPE RAPE RAPE

She took being raped to death remarkably well, it seems! Either that or the entire Oct 7 narrative was just another flavour of Jewish BBC fetish-posting.

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ZeroPercentCamoIndex 8 points ago +8 / -0

Think of the internet as dead and every piece of information gleaned from it as a an element of infowar. It isn't a shade of what it was 20 years ago. You aren't going on the internet to search for info any more, you're raiding the bins of your enemy to see if they threw out anything incriminating. There simply is no guaranteed way to ensure you won't find crap.

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ZeroPercentCamoIndex 4 points ago +4 / -0

She said the right has a woman problem and boy did the reaction prove her wrong [sarcastic laughing emojis]

-Kisin

The only 'woman problem' the right has is that they won't shut the fuck up

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ZeroPercentCamoIndex 2 points ago +2 / -0

Btw, is the cunt in that image Jewish?

She's a Japanese woman who went viral recently for rudely calling out a white tourist and getting a doubly rude response in return (the bit in the tweet saying 'my weak Japanese' is an auto-translate burp). All the chatter at the time was along the lines of 'Damn gaijins!' and 'save Japan!' - only problem being that the actual infraction she claimed to be angry about was not recorded, we have only her word that they were misbehaving, yet the slightest probing shows she's an attention-seeking retard who fetishises blacks.

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ZeroPercentCamoIndex 7 points ago +7 / -0

I used to work in the media and was told by the director to only focus on the non-Asian ones who were seemingly first time tourists, which confused me at the time because most tourists to Japan (73%) are coming from East Asian countries.

There's an interesting subtlety to this because as much as I respect Japanese culture and support Japan for the Japanese, this nationalism can hybridise with anti-white, pro-brown sentiment in a way that has nothing to do with actual nationalism and is mostly just about hating white people. There's an inclination to let aggressive chinese or feral blacks get away with everything, because it's too awkward to confront them about stuff, then project all their frustrations onto the nearest white person for the slightest infraction, because they stand out more and are perceived as easier marks. At the same time that their country is on course to be flooded with Indians, Chinese, Viets, Koreans, Filipinos and whatever else, everyone's being encouraged to point and seethe at the goofy white people posing for pictures.

The recent example of a Kyoto woman bitching at a white guy for ringing a temple bell too hard, followed up by Japanese being encouraged to doxx him on social media, was all instigated by a woke bitch who loves black tourists and just wanted to pick a fight with a white guy. In the current climate, I will stick up for white people the world over, because the anti-white agenda is also global. Remember the only person who ever laid out Johnny Somali in Japan was a white man.

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ZeroPercentCamoIndex 6 points ago +6 / -0

Worth playing if you liked the flowery language and complex dialogue trees of Planescape Torment (I think DE even uses the same font) and if you're interested in a prototype of a similar experimental game, but with no combat and all the progression carried out through dialogue-based skill checks, written by commies.

I say 'prototype' because it's way too short and you barely ever leave the single town district map except to go into various interiors. Much of the world-building dialogue references locations you never go to in game (and based on the news, I guess never will). I hardly ever see this criticism of DE but it was a big one for me.

As for being written by commies, defenders will say that there is no agenda and that it makes jokes about all sides of the political spectrum. This is only true for the kind of political illiterate who, for example, can't tell that South Park is obviously written by libertarians with a big sympathy for Mormonism. The writers might have tried to make jokes that prod in all directions and keep their sympathies low key, but they just can't help it seeping through. The story itself is a murder mystery, character study type deal with occasionally intriguing buildup, but all the barely camouflaged political proxyism tangles up the gears. The game will let you play as a raging fascist, with only token snidey criticism (albeit moreso than if you play a raging commie), but it's only because like true commies, the writers actually hate 'traitor' commies and neolibs most of all.

I'm glad I played it to sate my curiosity and check the RP mechanics, but also glad I paid pennies for it (or got it gifted, can't remember). The mechanics were genuinely promising and the world lore itself is interesting, but it's crippled by length and ideology. But I have less of a problem with the devs (who at least were open about everything) than I do with the commie shills or retard normies who insist it's 'not political' or talk about it like it's a full-fledged RPG without mentioning you'll polish it off in 20-ish hours, which to me is like a third of a good RPG at best.

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ZeroPercentCamoIndex 13 points ago +13 / -0

EU officials can take heart that turnout was once again just above 50 percent

[...]

It should blunt the critique in many quarters of the continent that the EU is run by technocrats in Brussels without most Europeans’ explicit consent.

vs. later in the same piece:

The antiestablishment Euroskeptic parties on both the far left and the far right performed well but did not see the level of electoral successes that would have allowed them to become part of an actual governing coalition that could wield direct influence over EU policy.

So the messages I got overall are:

  1. More people are voting in EU elections but they're making it clear they don't like the EU, so they are evil.
  2. They haven't actually wrested enough power to change the running of EU at all, so we the holy elites can breathe a sigh of relief for now.
  3. Also since the people are now exercising their vote more, we can lie to them and tell them that their modest gains actually mean they now run the EU, and that it's their fault if it sucks (aka the 'Fuck you, Brexiters' strategy; point the airplane directly at the ground and then say 'oh WELL, I thought you all voted for me to change the way I fly?!').
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ZeroPercentCamoIndex 2 points ago +2 / -0

Not the quietest way to kill Birchers so I doubt that was the goal.

I was skimming the details last night and as many as 3-4 US congressmen were originally meant to be flying together, potentially. It could be that Korean 007 provided the best opportunity to get all at once, however the circumstances by which they all got diverted so that only McDonald remained on the plane also seem very convoluted (flight diversion, delays in schedule, failure to persuade McDonald to switch planes)

From wikipedia:

McDonald could have boarded a Pan Am Boeing 747 flight to Seoul, but he preferred the lower fares of Korean Air Lines and chose to wait for the next KAL flight two days later.[21] Simultaneously, Hubbard and Helms planned to meet with McDonald to discuss how to join McDonald on the KAL 007 flight. As the delays mounted, instead of joining McDonald, Hubbard at the last minute gave up on the trip, canceled his reservations, and accepted a Kentucky speaking engagement. Helms attempted to join McDonald but was also delayed.[31]

McDonald occupied an aisle seat, 02B in the first class section, when KAL 007 took off on August 31 at 12:24 AM local time, on a 3,400 miles (5,500 km) trip to Anchorage, Alaska for a scheduled stopover seven hours later. The plane remained on the ground for an hour and a half during which it was refueled, reprovisioned, cleaned, and serviced.[21] The passengers were given the option of leaving the aircraft but McDonald remained on the plane, catching up on his sleep. Helms meanwhile had managed to arrive and invited McDonald to move onto his flight, KAL 015, but McDonald did not wish to be disturbed.

So I have no idea what to think.

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ZeroPercentCamoIndex 4 points ago +4 / -0

Dallek: "He was a Bircher. Toward the end of my book, I mention that he was a member for a while, under his alias Michael King."

This stood out to me too. It's such a brief write-off, it seems like he's trying to disown the guy. 'Oh that violent Jew? #NotAllJews bro, that one's a Bircher.'

...Except he just spent an entire interview going on at length about how good they were at infiltrating the Birch Society.

So I guess jewish infiltration = noble and good, but when you want to disown a certain jew who got found out, then membership = simply membership, and we're supposed to forget that infiltration was ever a thing, even as recently as a few sentences ago.

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ZeroPercentCamoIndex 10 points ago +10 / -0

Which proves that he knew everything McDonald was saying was on the money, all the while feigning his absurd scepticism larp and trying to undermine what was being said in the minds of the viewing audience.

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ZeroPercentCamoIndex 13 points ago +13 / -0

YouTube helpfully provides a wikipedia link under the video explaining that the NWO is a conspiracy theory too, so at least we're well protected and reminded against these poisonous Birchers.

I suspect if it was a newer video or had garnered more than 150k views across 13 years, it would have trouble even staying up on YT. Good candidate for download and reuploading elsewhere just in case.

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ZeroPercentCamoIndex 23 points ago +23 / -0

I don't know much about the John Birch Society but here's a former chairman Larry Mcdonald, talking on US TV about the New World Order. Interesting how the passenger jet he was flying on was shot down in mysterious circumstances months later, officially because an autopilot error caused an incursion into soviet airspace.

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ZeroPercentCamoIndex 4 points ago +4 / -0

I almost never watch new anime as it airs, instead typically lagging a few years or decades behind the hype, but on a friend's recommendation I started watching The Fable and it's pretty enjoyable so far. A legendary but spergy hitman has to lay low and pretend to be a civilian for a while, using yakuza connections to do so, but his presence causes ripples in the local yakuza power structure. Nice grounded, gritty but not ostentatiously edgy setting.

Also caught up on Odd Taxi, it was all right. Occasionally spinning an ep of Ace of Diamond, it's also all right (better than Odd Taxi). Neither's really very fresh though.

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ZeroPercentCamoIndex 3 points ago +3 / -0

It’s “Comment Is Free”

Is it? I don't see that catchphrase anywhere but in the URL. It's not on the actual website anywhere.

In case you didn't know, 'Comment Is Free' was the name of the Guardian's opinion column section, where user comments and debate used to be encouraged. It was essentially a forum.

They shut all of that down years ago, partly because their desired narrative would often get btfo by user comments, but also as part of the wider comment section shutdown which happened across the entire internet. For some reason (spoiler: it's incompetence) they haven't removed the last vestige of CiF from the back end of their site, so it shows up in the URL, reminding people it used to exist. 'Comment is free' in the url doesn't mean anything any more, other than that the Guardian is 'free' to print whatever they want, completely unchallenged.

That bitch is a journo all right.

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ZeroPercentCamoIndex 6 points ago +6 / -0

Yeah, the 'gender ideology' she whines about is just 'feminism' rebranded. All feminism ever fucking does now is rebrand endlessly as damage control, ever since it was exposed as some or other form of poison. All this bitch does is whine about muh girls and muh female spaces, but the primary victims of this tranny shit, years ago, were the self-mutilating trannies themselves, while the culprits were always feminists. They NEVER gave a fuck until it affected women.

Notice there's no complaint about women trying to be men. Not even any complaint about young girls cutting their tits off en masse since FtM became a thing, yet surely 'gender ideology' should take equal heat for that too...? No, everything just boils down to 'nobody told me there would be a man in MY bathroom'. Well fuck you, get raped by consequences.

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ZeroPercentCamoIndex 9 points ago +9 / -0

Yours is an unpopular opinion because 'lol lettuce', but it seems obvious she was torpedoed in a neolib/WEF coup in favour of their preferred candidate. Which is not to say she's worth a damn, but the decision to go on TLE is interesting. Searching 'liz truss lotus eaters' shows the entire MSM mobilised on the same WEF script yet again (also lol at the irony of 'The Independent' having the exact same script as the Evening Standard, although not a surprise since they're owned by the son of a KGB agent ).

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ZeroPercentCamoIndex 1 point ago +1 / -0

I think the core of the combat gameplay could have been fine. There's satisfying rewards for higher risk stuff like parrying and a decent RPS thing going on with the stances. But much like other aspects of the game, it's like they had a solid central idea then did everything they could to make it annoying. People call it 'arkham combat' but the arkham games have a tight sense of rhythm to enemy attacks and make your own attacks very sticky so it's hard to miss, within a combat framework that's all about style and combo retention.

With this game, the enemies attack totally chaotically, your own attacks don't 'stick' much at all (unless you turn on a lot of auto target stuff in the options which aren't the default), yet enemy attacks track like crazy. Like Witcher 3, there's 2 evasion options in the game for no reason except to stop dark souls fans from bitching about not having a roll. That forces them to balance fights around your crazy movement options, so enemies develop psychic skills to cover your roll with a long tracking attack or punish you for striking their comrade, unless you kite the shit out of them. I've seen them start a multi-attack string then track 180 degrees to perfectly punish my roll which I used to evade their first move. So why even put a roll in the game? I'd honestly turn it off and rely entirely on the dodge if I could, but they're the same button and there's loads of skills gated behind the roll skill. It wouldn't be quite so bad if half their shit wasn't unblockable and unseeably fast.

Stealth, I don't really give a shit about and I'm trying to stealth as little as possible.

the usual corporate trappings of not understanding fun

Perfect example of this was in my last session where some mongols were storming an area with some friendly peasants around. The mechanic where one mongol will decide, from 100m away, to lock onto an unarmed friendly he can't even see and rush blindly towards them to take them out, at which point he turns into an obtrusive skull and crossbones symbol and it's all just a thinly disguised failure timer, is pure cancer. It made zero in-world sense either. None of the peasants were particularly significant in story terms and there's no reason a mongol soldier should be ignoring me to get to them. It's a bullshit way of forcing the player to do annoying pointless stuff, when they could just have me fight the fucking mongols, rather than create dynamic hostage rescue mechanics just because they can.

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ZeroPercentCamoIndex 2 points ago +2 / -0

With all the solo raging I've been doing at the game, I had a lot to get off my chest. eat ittttt

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ZeroPercentCamoIndex 7 points ago +8 / -1

I agree with most stuff but curious what your problem is with the M&KB controls? Everything's rebindable and most of the defaults are intuitive, haven't noticed any problem with mouse smoothing and the cam control is okay except for certain tight angles where the cam turns to shit even on pad. It's leagues ahead of some of the problems I had with, say, Max Payne 3 back in the day.

I've had some hair-tearing moments with the gameplay, like the bullshit tracking attacks and jankily sped up attack animations on Lethal difficulty. The most annoying part for me is the checkpointing, where on death you have no penalty except that you get reset into a random nearby position while the enemies who killed you are usually randomly deleted from the world, so you don't even get a retry. That's for random encounters... die during a map/story location and it's way more arbitrary where you end up; could be somewhere in the middle, could be right at the beginning with all enemies respawned but some bonus objective progress saved, but also some of your consumed items gone... who knows. The fact that I haven't seen a single person complain about this tells me that maybe it's just the standard for open world slop these days so I've been well off avoiding it these past few years.

I'm also unimpressed that very few people online flagged up the latent feminism. Main char gets his life saved by a woman who on first introduction appears to be a crying helpless peasant but soon turns out to be a badass ladybandit who assassinates Mongols on a dime, also she's butt ugly. Dialogue can never resist reminding me she's a handful and always down for a fight. A little while later I encounter a grizzled, no-nonsense lady samurai who's the only survivor of her assassinated family; she's also ugly (because old), but since this one's angry and sad she's also rude and (obviously) a badass, plus a bit of a handful to control when we're trying to get information out of people. Then, in a sidequest, I encounter a samurai warrior who has arrived in the region to help train up the local resistance fighters - this warrior is, obviously, a lady. In a world first, she isn't very badass, but this turns out to be more of a gameplay device to force you to save her in a protect quest when her fearless anger (naturally she has this) causes her to charge head first into a fight. An utterly infuriating encounter on Lethal, to the extent I would have hated her no matter what kind of character she was otherwise. She was however slightly less ugly.

Next I decide to go on a treasure hunt for some antique legendary armour. The way to the treasure is littered with mongol bodies so I know it's guarded by a badass. Such a badass that it turns out to be my first taste of Tsushima's boss-like encounters, which I became more familiar with afterwards. The boss iiiiis... a no-nonsense lady samurai, highly skilled, the last of her line- wait, didn't we just do this unlikely archetype? Guess you can never have too many. Whatever. I was getting too jaded to note down how ugly this one was.

All this within the first few hours of what could be dozens if not hundreds of hours of gameplay. I get that in story terms, most of the fighting men have been killed by the mongols. Yet it's funny that there seem to still be plenty of fighting age men left among the dozens of dishonnaburru Japanese bandits I'm forced to slay, while the very first bandit I encountered in the entire world was my buttfaced lady sidekick who I now owe everything to, and never another female one since. How come the resistance is all ladybosses and the treacherous Japanese sellouts are all men? I will be completely unsurprised if I go the entire game without there being an interesting male ally character or male friendship.

Anyway the game is occasionally fun when you're allowed to engage with the core of the combat and not having to deal with trash gameplay conventions. The open world might not stack up to some others...? IDK, I'm not much of a judge of open worlds, but for me it's on a par in atmosphere and interactibles to parts of Witcher 3's Velen, in terms of being a wartorn medieval countryside with a believable soul and aesthetic. It's fun for me to explore and there's enough attention to detail to convince me much of this game was made with love (flute playing and Jin praying when you bow to corpses is a nice touch). But with that said it's at best a fun, pretty game that's obviously written by feminists. Much like Disco Elysium was a kind of cool game-prototype that was obviously made by communists. The fact it has only been maimed by ideology as opposed to completely destroyed by it seems like weak cause for celebration imo. I'm starting to think the overton window's shifted so much that the effect is just invisible to most.

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ZeroPercentCamoIndex 8 points ago +8 / -0

It might seem like transwomen have a physical advantage when it comes to stabbing but that's only because xhey trained harder than xheir victims.

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ZeroPercentCamoIndex 2 points ago +2 / -0

I haven't really been a fan of horror since I came of age, but I read most of James Herbert's output when I was younger. If you've somehow missed him, then you have to go back and check, although be prepared for graphic sexual descriptions as well as horror.

He wrote The Fog , The Dark, Moon and many others. It's been too long to remember specific favourites, but just be aware of reading order in case you're jumping in on a book that's part of a series (eg. there's a Rats trilogy, a David Ash trilogy, maybe more). He also wrote some non-horror curiosities like Fluke (man reborn as dog; sounded so odd that I never bothered to read it, but it got a bad movie adaptation) and '48 (post apoc London setting where Hitler won WW2 using a bioweapon - more of an action thriller novel, somewhat un-based to the extent that nazi types are the bad guys but I have vague fond memories).

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ZeroPercentCamoIndex 3 points ago +3 / -0

From what I understand, the ones doing the killing in Akita are Asian black bears, as opposed to the bigger brown bears you can find in Hokkaido (so much for #NotAllBears...), so they're not as fearsome. Still, they're plenty vicious enough to kill the mainly elderly farmers and foragers still left in the region, such as the single bear in 2016 which ate four different elderly people in separate attacks, and the killing intent is there.

I think the cops are just there just to keep nosy humans out of the scene of the latest attack while they make a perfunctory search of the area, then they'll soon be gone again.

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ZeroPercentCamoIndex 10 points ago +11 / -1

Send all feminists on a bamboo gathering trip to Akita-ken.

tl;dw: two cops there just got heavily injured by a bear while trying to transport the corpse they found of a missing man (who was missing because he'd been killed by a bear). 212 bear attacks and 6 deaths in Japan last year - which is a significant proportion of reported sightings overall, meaning that if you see a bear, you're in fucking danger - mostly in Akita, with experts suspecting that the bears are coming to see human meat itself as a food source. The whole forested region is sealed off while body-armoured police watch the treeline nervously.

I can't help but feel that we need some feminists to stride in there and prove to them all how much safer the local women would be among the bears, instead of the men. Defuse this hysterical anti-bear, pro-male propaganda.

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ZeroPercentCamoIndex 8 points ago +8 / -0

The wikipedia article links to a blog listicle, which links to mariowiki entry, which - aside from Japanese screenshots that show no evidence of transgenderism, as you mention - links to this 2007 essay from a random dyke, arguing how great and necessary it is for localisers to make cultural changes in Japanese games. It also pops up as a primary source in the wikipedia article, adding to the citogenetic knot.

It's activist bullshit all the way down and always has been, but the revealing thing about the essay is it proves the Italian script is totally invented and different from the Japanese. 'And That's A Good Thing'(tm) in their eyes.

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