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How and when Japan became so weird?
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>>1663007

It was pretty much always weird at least as far as outside contact knows.
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They live in a fucking archipelago, meaning they're mostly isolated from other cultures.

They were already weird back when Himiko was in charge.
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Open market/society+Autistic Asians=Modern Japan

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One thing I noticed on here is there are alot threads talking about Socialism/Marxism/Communism, but what do you guys think of capitalism? because to me while capitalism isn't perfect, but considering the track record of these alternatives it seems to me that capitalism is way better.
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Capitalism is good for rapid industrialization, but because

>it isn't perfect

it will ultimately self-implode.
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>>1662952
The best system we find for now, hope a better exist.
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>>1662961
Wow great argument fagtron you sure convinced me with those hot predictions.

Everyone knows capitalism is merely a stepping stone before the inevitable triumph of Islam

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What are some negatives about this person?
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>>1662923
Not extending the Housing deal to African Americans, though that was part of a compromise with Republicans.
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This is a huge negative to quite a few Americans depending on perspective - FDR brought America closer to socialism than it has ever been. When Bernie Sanders gets called a socialist for espousing policies that are comparatively just FDR-lite, you know FDR had some huge balls.
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Even before the war he thought of the Japs, and asians as a whole, as a lesser race

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How to I get my 11 year old nephew interested in learning actual history and mythology? He literally thinks he knows everything already because of God of War.
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Total War games and war films did it for me. From there you figure out what era or conflict interests you the most and the next step is to read up on it.
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>>1662920
>He literally thinks he knows everything already because of God of War.

That would have more to do with mythology than history. And what usually happens is you play the game, get interested in the setting, and then start reading about the thing. Call of Duty is what got me into WW2 history when I was 15
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Did he watch 300?

Maybe he'll be more willing to read Herodotus if he knew he's the source for the various quotes like come and get them, in the shade, etc.

And that there is more.

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Was this the biggest overlooked blunder of the century?
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>>1662773
shouldve built a wall while they were there
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>multiculturalism is good
>enforced multiculturalism by colonialists was bad
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imagine being such an apologist for some dumbfuck early 20th century european leaders high off a victory in a completely unnecessary war, that you'd defend this

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so you walk out of the pub into the next alley and see this
wat do?
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>>1662767
HAHAHAHAHA BOTHA A GAY
JAN SMUTS? MORE LIKE SLUTS HAHAHAHAHA
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>>1662767
>me
>drinking
wake up
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>>1662767
quick draw mothercuker bang bang! dual pistol

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Armenia wasn't actually the first Christian Nation - Socotra was

Socotra became Christian in 58 AD and, unlike other places where Christianity sprung up at the time, was not subject to any foreign Empire. Socotra was certainly mostly civilized as it served as a large trade hub, while remaining indiependent of foreign powers.

Therefore the first Christian Country was Socotra, and not Armenia as is frequently claimed.
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>>1662750
Socotra is just a weird island tho

I mean even in ck2 I'll click on it and the ruler will be some syphilitic eunuch homosexual whose murdered all his family or something
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>>1662750
>Socotra was a nation

wew lad
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>>1662750
Where's the proof though? Local tradition isn't really enough.

And was Socotra even a nation (or kingdom or whatever) at that point?

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>He is a Christian
>He is a Buddhist
>He is a Hindu
>He is a Zoroastrian
>He is a Paganism

Gnosticism has all of that in one religion.

Notable Gnostics and quasi-Gnostic individuals: Paul of Tarsus, Mani, St. Augustine, Jacob Boehme, Schopenhauer, Wagner, William Blake, Carl Jung, Philip K. Dick.

Gnosticism thread.
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Gnosticism is cute and all but it's not practical because you can pretty much just make up whatever you want regardless of it is true at all.
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>>1662637
>quasi-Gnostic
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>>1662637
> Gnosticism has all of that in one religion.
but what gnosticism?
sethian? valentinian? manichean? barbelo-gnostic? ophite?

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Celtic Paganism

Tell me more about the beliefs/rituals they did

Any remnant surviving practices?
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Read Pagan Britain by Hutton
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they fucked horses and then sacrificed them
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>>1662389
They very strongly believed in reincarnation, according to the Romans

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Would Ireland have been a superpower had he not been slain by the retreating vikings at the age of 88?
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Not much coal and iron to industrialize. No.
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>>1662379
maybe if varus never fucked up, rome stayed in england & amalgimated the isles successfully. they'd come to be the dominanting force, at least hybrid-culturally etc as the centre of power with the romans taking out the predictable forces of boudicas resistence, power vaccum, localities of alliance/influence of what is left, how all rome works, take apiece give a piece
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If he'd lived longer then perhaps he would've at least laid the foundations for Ireland to become a centralised Kingdom, which would lead to them being better able to resist the Norman invasion or since there would be no petty king of Leinster in the first place, prevent it from ever happening, which would've lead to more normalised relations with other European countries, but if the Protestant reformation still happens and they still remain Catholic, it's doubtful that they could take on both England and Scotland, assuming that Edward Bruce's plan for...
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Are there any books about the Second World War from a German soldier's perspective - i.e., why they thought about the war in the West and especially the East which they were fighting?
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The Third Reich at War 1939–1945 by Evans
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>>1662354
Sven Hassel

Novels though.

Otto Carius has a memoirs called "Tigers in the Mud."
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>>1662354
wolfe

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Would it have been glorious had they been in power?
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is it true what they say about this board
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Persian nationalists are globalist shills.

The Ayatollahs saved Iran from being looted and it's people raped like Russia in the 1990s.
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>>1662365
>Nationalists are globalists
Just when I thought this board couldn't get any fucking dumber

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As a part of the 700th anniversary of the birth of Charles IV, we had a bit of a reenactment of his coronation here in Prague on Saturday. Here's a bunch of nice pics, all stolen from: https://www.flickr.com/photos/97660372@N06/albums/72157670173012754
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>tfw your sister introduced you to philosophy
>tfw you got mindfucked for three days straight with barely any sleep trying to understand how you fit in all this

I feel awake and good, but perhaps I created too much of a gap between how I perceive my mind and my body?

Shouldn't they be thought of as one entity working in conjunction with each other?
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I wish I had a philosophical onee-san
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is your sister a qt
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>>1662046
She's pretty great. Only reason I left that shithole of a board /r9k/ and started browsing here.

>>1662059
She's cute but she's also pretty sharp, much sharper than I gave her credit for. I understand her a little better now, which is very nice.

Apologies for the poor focused OP anons. Instead, I'll try and reintroduce the question:

Is there a connection between the mind and the body in a metaphysical sense? Or do the mind...
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What the fuck is taking him so long?
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He's stuck in traffic
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your faith my friend
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>>1662023

How much faith is good enough?

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On this day, 194 years ago, Brazil becomes an independent nation.

How does /his/ feel about Brazil?
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>>1661931


I don't. It's a big blob in South America, and directly does not affect me. Whatever indirect effects it has on my life are too attenuated to pay attention to.
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>>1661931
I like Brazil
>>1661934
>blob
From what I've seen, few countries have such strong national identity. They haven't a single major civil war and no part of their country ever tried to secede.
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>>1661962
My mistake, they had one brief """war""" in the southern States, but that's it.

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ITT: Absolute madmen of history.

>"Mad" Jack Churchill
>Stormed normandy beaches with a sword
>Killed a German NCO in France with a Longbow and arrow
>Quoted to say "Any Officer who goes into Action without his sword is improperly dressed."

Other reports of based Jack include:

>Sneaking up on German Sentries, shouting "Haende Hoch" resulting him them surrendering. One was returned to camp, while Jack wrapped his belt around the others throat and dragged him along on the rest of his rounds.

>Jack was taken prisoner and taken to Berlin for questioning, and wound up in Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp
>The power went out one night, and he managed to escape with a rusty can and some onions
>He then made his way south, alone, until he encountered some US tanks who he greeted with a salute, having just walked 150 miles alone living off vegetables he nicked from the krauts

>With the war in Europe coming to a close, he asked to be deployed in Japan because "There are still the Nips, aren’t there?"

>Lived to 1996, last notable moment was tossing his suitcase out of a moving train
>When asked why, he said he chucked it into his back yard because he couldn't be bothered carrying it home from the station

Will there ever be a man as based as him?
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>>1661903
clearly never got injured in his life
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>>1662189
The man was incredibly lucky, but extremely formidable and an invaluable asset to his men.

>When he was captured, it was due to a mortar shell killing every single man in his squad except for him
>He walked alone back to an occupied town in order to retrieve his sword, which he lost during hand to hand combat with Germans. He encountered a US squad mistakenly walking toward enemy lines. When they refused to turn around, Jack marched on saying "I'm...
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>>1661903
> luck build

Could he have done it /his/? Was he stupid for not marching on Rome?
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>>1661898
no and no
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>>1661898

No to both.

You need to keep in mind that

A) He had no siege equipment, and would have had to build all of his engines from scratch, even if his army had the skills to do something like that, which I'm not too clear on.

B) He was living off the land. He can't afford to have his army stand still all that long before they exhaust the local food supplies.


Hannibal's entire plan hinged on the Roman client states throwing off their yoke once he beat them in the field once...
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>>1661912
>>1661909
But surely with wiping out lots of the nobility a march on Rome would have forced surrender

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When Plato sat down and wrote of the wise teacher Socrates in his work "The Apology" this statement, in which Socrates was purported to have said is one of the gems that have withstood time and place.

To know we know nothing is to remain humble and heart centered, not ego driven. Since it appears that most issues in society are centered on having power, retaining power, empowering oneself or others, or dis empowering another for perceived one-up-manship, this wonderfully inspired sentiment gets lots on a narcissistic society.
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>>1661737

Knowledge is something we hope to acquire over a lifetime, and by both knowledge and experience we come to the real goal: to attain wisdom. But wisdom and knowledge are fluid. No one, even someone as brilliant as Socrates stops learning, growing and assimilating information. When we come to think ourselves better than another, smarter, or ingrained in a solid belief system, we limit the lives we live. For what is better than knowing each person and new experience, even those that are seemingly perceived as negative...
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>>1661742

Not wanting to change who he was, Socrates remained true to his beliefs and willingly drank the hemlock that killed him at the end. His death makes him a martyr for his beliefs and opens the door for his student, Plato to write of his thoughts and philosophical discussions that were compilations of possible discussions in his lifetime. When he was on trial for corrupting the minds of the youth of Athens, he used his insights to demonstrate to the jurors that their moral values are not aligned. He reminds them that...
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>>1661749

But having ego itself does not make you a bad person, to be human is to be flawed and I think even Socrates, the wisest of men was a bit egotistic at times. There is nothing wrong with ego if it is in balance with all other areas of ones life. It is when the ego overtakes our lives completely that we can become arrogant, judgmental and self centered. As in all things we must seek to balance our lives with beauty, humbleness and generosity, compassion and love for our fellow man, and remember that there is much...
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Why were the Central powers so successful against the Ottomans ? The ottomans had the numbers and weren't the french and British busy of the western front at this time, so how were they able to bring down the whole empire ?
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>>1661703
The ottomans where a part of the central powers.
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>>1661703
>central powers
>going against the Ottomans
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>>1661703
>>1661707
>>1661710
b8

Most pictures about the ottomans in the 16th century show that foot soldiers even the elite ones as the jannisaries wore no or very little armor.
Was this normal in those times ?
I thought that maybe because of guns armor became obsolete but ottoman cavalrymen usually did wear chainmail and the like.
So /his/ which one is it, was armor still widely used in the 16th century or not ?
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>>1661661
Infantry armor in the ottoman empire disappeared due to the sheer numbers they put in the field.

So basically they were pretty much a preview for tiny European states of the time of a future when they too will have bigass armies and begin to prioritize weapons over protection.
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>was armor still used in the 16th century?
It definitely was. And I know this primarily because I played Mount and Blade: With Fire and Sword. Literally every faction was a 16th century Eastern European power except for Sweden in there and Sweden being the most advanced out of all of them had sword swinging infantry units that wore heavy armor and even their reiters with guns had heavy armor (or cuirassiers in French).

Also the other factions like Poland, Muscovy, Cossack Hetmanate,...
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>>1661661
16th century was the end of armor>weaponry period that lasted with increased degrees of certainty for 10000 years up to that point, the age of alchemy was enered, offence>defence
and its been like that forever since

also ended steppe dominance of the world which is interesting

castles finally paid off

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vWbtN1mwgkU

Is he right? Is it true that terrorism or similar political violence never achieved meaningful political change?
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>>1661603
Beige is utterly retarded in basically everything that isn't being a) autistic b) LARPing or c) nitpicking.

Considering those 3 are to varying degrees synonyms of retarded, I wouldn't say he's right.
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dunno they got the french to fuck off in algeria
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>>1661608
>nitpicking
That leaf is wrong.

If I should die, think only this of me:
That there's some corner of a foreign field
That is forever England. There shall be
In that rich earth a richer dust concealed;
A dust whom England bore, shaped, made aware,
Gave, once, her flowers to love, her ways to roam;
A body of England's, breathing English air,
Washed by the rivers, blest by suns of home.
And think, this heart, all evil shed away,
A pulse in the eternal mind, no less
Gives somewhere back the thoughts by England given;
Her sights and sounds; dreams happy as her...
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>>1661570
Based, he fought the krauts till the end.
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>>1661570
Lol no, dying for one's country is a spook. I'd rather flee to a deserted island then actually fight in a war.

Not risking my life just to save a meaningless idea to me. Sorry.
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>>1661585
>Everything I don't like is a spook
>Everything I like isn't a spook because... b-because reasons okay!
Stirner summed up

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Is this book accurate, or just a propaganda piece filled with half-truths?
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Anyone?
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>>1661471
Never read it. Seems like it's pretty solid. Creation of the world, fall of the world, redemption of the world.

That's the story that's in the bible.
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>>1661471
>biblical worldview
>earth is round

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These people were peaceful gentle, but not only that, they knew agriculture and sailed around the oceans, they were a good willed culture but were exterminated by the Spaniards mercilessly.

Why are they never mentioned, it was complete genocide, pure Taino people in Hispaniola are virtually extinct now, that was a tragedy and a vile act.

These people had massive canoes that could contain up to 150 people, they even had some form of proto writing, yet they were exterminated.

Why does noone ever mention it?
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>>1661437

Because they aren't pokemon and thus nobody cares.
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>we didn't do nuthin
>we wuz good boys went to chuch errday

because white people in a nutshell
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>Colonists dindu nuffin, they were just spreading civilization to savages

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Is it historically accurate ?
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>>1661333
Yes.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_biblical_figures_identified_in_extra-biblical_sources
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>>1661333
Infallible.
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>>1661333
We have yet to see this big jewish empire the old testament talked about.

So far Egyptians and other contemporaries see the area as a mess of tiny states and petty kingdosm.

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Or do you think it's naturally innate due to our cognitive abilities to conceive things, for us to be afraid of the unknown's of death?
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Depends on the religion
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>>1661302
>Do you think religion has cultivated and perpetuated a fear of death?
Literally the opposite.
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>>1661302

Are you presenting your argument in a way that can be deemed as mutually exclusive? To me it looks like you need to develop how you present your argument here, but then again that could just be my own occasional pretentiousness.

Please clarify.

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> Franco-Turkish alliance. 1536
>The French were the first European country to ally with a Muslim power against a fellow Christian country (Spain).

Were the French always a bunch Islamophile faggots?
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>>1661263
Not only that, they've been cosmopolitan faggots ever since French (or rather Frankish) was the first lingua franca.
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Totally not linked to Charles the faggot who instead of attacking the turks, choose to attack fellow christians.

kys with your shitty meme
>>>pol
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not even the first time desu

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abbasid%E2%80%93Carolingian_alliance

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So on this day in Croatia and Hungary is celebrated one of most important battles against ottoman empire Battle of Siget
Its sad that we fought against them for so long, even lost 30% of our population and land to them just so Merkel would invite them.
Here is song about him
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NViBxp1W__w
And here is info if someone is interested in
"the battle that saved civilization."
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siege_of_Szigetv%C3%A1r
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>>1661241
you did your job what you want a gold star precious?
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>>1661241
Thanks for reminding us. Merkel should be executed along with all other kebabs.
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>...Let us go out from this burning place into the open and stand up to our enemies. Who dies – he will be with God. Who dies not – his name will be honoured. I will go first, and what I do, you do. And God is my witness – I will never leave you, my brothers and knights!...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siege_of_Szigetv%C3%A1r#Final_battle

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I'm finally starting to understand who I am thanks to this board, and damn it feels nice. I'm happy to be growing with you all.

With that aside, what are your deepest thoughts on sequentialism?
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>>1661200
Consequentialism I meant, thanks autocorrect.
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>>1661202
perspective, make the right choices, dont determine such from externalities (y)
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How exactly it should work as unified ethic system if everyone got its own prediction of what events would be harmful? Can't you just do what you want and hand wave it as being necessary for greater good?


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