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faking my death and disapeparing forever Bernd 01/17/2020 (Fri) 17:22:41 [Preview] No. 34091 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
I am considering faking my own death and disappearing from the human world,becoming either a travelling homeless or a "Nature man"in some forest.
I know this is no easy task,it will take around one year to prepare,but im willing to go trough with it.
so,give me advice and tips.
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Bernd 01/17/2020 (Fri) 17:32:26 [Preview] No.34094 del
>live to be 100 or something
Sounds like a plan.

But why do you need faking your death? You can just disappear without it. Leave abroad where noone knows you, poof.

Bernd 01/17/2020 (Fri) 17:45:47 [Preview] No.34095 del
I just feel more comfortable being officially dead.

Bernd 01/17/2020 (Fri) 18:00:43 [Preview] No.34096 del
You probably don't need to steal a corps, fake it's teeth, arranging a fiery carcrash at the bottom of a cliff. You need to vanish and leave behind some hints for the authorities enough to make them think you're probably dead. Maybe hinting you drowned in a river would be easy, especially if it's fast. Just leave clothes and papers on the bank as if you were went swimming. Maybe some stuff as if you had an outing or something.

Bernd 01/17/2020 (Fri) 18:33:03 [Preview] No.34097 del
It will take more than a year of preparation, you need to know how to survive in each separate season. Even if you grow your own food, you are still dependent on what grows and where you can find food.

This book assumes a temperate Euro region.

Bernd 01/17/2020 (Fri) 18:54:41 [Preview] No.34098 del
If we are at it, he probably should read up on the North Pond Hermit.

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/kc/ humour thread Bernd 12/15/2019 (Sun) 22:31:19 [Preview] No. 33133 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Cause I didn't find one
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Bernd 01/02/2020 (Thu) 21:29:17 [Preview] No.33728 del
Specialized tool you can see through concrete walls.

The number one reason of divorces.

Why did the little Stevie fall off the swing?
He has no arms.

- Who's there?
Not the little Stevie

Policeman caught the golden fish:
- Policeman, if you throw me back, I fulfill two of your whishes!
- Would you make it three?
- Done! Now what's the other two?

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I wanna make two bands with the naems of Gigadeath and Ironyca.

Joge was self-made.

Bernd 01/11/2020 (Sat) 14:40:52 [Preview] No.33969 del
Read in the news that on the crashed Ukrainian plane many Canadian citizens traveled. Canadian-Iranians in fact. What did they do in the Middle-East?
Clubbing navy seals.

Bernd 01/12/2020 (Sun) 19:29:38 [Preview] No.34006 del
A skinhead walks into a bar and notices all but one of those present are white. Approaching the counter, he raises his finger and voice and says:
-I'll pay a free drink for everyone here... except that nigger on the corner!
Everyone cheers. The nigger bursts into laughter.
The next day he finds the same people. As soon as he closes the door he says again:
-I'll pay a free drink for everyone but that nigger!
The drunkards cheer. The nigger laughs even harder than the day before.
-Why are you laughing?!? You don't get a drink!
-I own this bar.*

I'm a master of dark humor. In fact, my humor is so dark it picks sugarcane.

Want to hear a heavy, dirty joke?
The elephant fell on the mud pit.

Bernd 01/17/2020 (Fri) 15:38:45 [Preview] No.34090 del
Worm pops its head up from the earth. It sees another one.
- Howdy neighbour! - greets that.
- You idiot! I'm your tail.

Wages of Destruction Bernd 07/09/2019 (Tue) 20:28:52 [Preview] No. 27926 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
As I promised I'll write about this book.
It's quite lengthy but you'll reach the end if you read at your own pace. Most of the book isn't dense for me, an economic layman, with the exception of the parts about trade, which left me confused. I'll write what I manage to understand.
The author wrote it to argue in historiographical debates and make some points, but I read it just to add to my historical knowledge.

I'll write in sections, at most one a day so Bernd doesn't get overwhelmed, and will try to make the sections more thematic rather than just a sythesis of each chapter, as Hitler himself suggests in Mein Kampf for how one should mentally organize knowledge. I want to write about:

-Trade and controls of foreign currency and raw materials
-Budgets and revenue
-Businessmen and workers
-Consumer goods
-The fate of different industries
-General progression from 1933 to 1939

If I give up on writing I hope at least to cover the prewar period. I also hope to write on:
-Armaments priorities until 1940

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Bernd 01/17/2020 (Fri) 04:04:58 [Preview] No.34085 del
One point on which Tooze has a controversial take is on early war German undermobilization.
This thesis goes along two lines. The first is that the war economy prior to 1942 was marked by inefficiencies: labor productivity went down, economic institutions accused each other of incompetence, the price system did not pressure industrialists to innovate and so on; this was particularly bad in 40-41, a period for which footnotes speak of "egotism and incompetence" and of Germany "squandering its armaments advantage". Only under Speer and his rationalization the economy was put in working order. The second is that initially the Reich's leadership wanted to shelter civilians and prior to the "total war" drive of 1943 a large portion of German manpower, plants and capital were still in the civilian sector producing useless consumer goods and the like. Those lines converge to the conclusion that from the very beginning there was a lot of unused capacity which could at any moment, even before Barbarossa, have been unlocked by implementing rationalization and total war.
As soon as the war this entered historiography and remains influential today. I've seen it in Wikipedia, the Paradox Interactive Forums, /k/ and elsewhere. Tooze explicitly bashes the first line and weakens the second.

On the first line:
1)The inefficiencies are called into question. The price system wasn't bad. The apparent productivity decline still appears in revised data (see the third graph in >>29201). The sector which received the greatest number of workers in the France-Barbarossa period was the Luftwaffe, and it is in aerial production that the lag between workers&inputs entering assembly lines and more armaments coming out is the greatest, lasting several months, and this creates the statistical illusion of faltering productivity. In army and naval production output grew much more than the labor force. There was indeed a factor which could harm productivity: the logistical disarray and drafting of workers for Barbarossa, but it was minor. Further, it must also be noted that with the ongoing investment boom the industry wasn't focusing merely on short-term output.
Tooze defends the German war economy in its France-Barbarossa period. It had a clear direction, was coordinated with geopolitical planning and achieved its objectives.
2)The "Speer miracle" was mostly led by factors other than rationalization, mainly the heavy industrial boom and the arrival of foreign workers, so there wasn't that much output to be unlocked by rationalization in the first place, or if there was, Speer couldn't reach it. Milch made a truer rationalization but even most of the extra productivity he got was from his decision to ditch quality for quantity; further, it was easy for Milch in 1942 to outperform 1941, when aerial production stumbled over difficult technological leaps. Not that Speer and Milch did no technocratic reforms, their organizational innovations could've been made earlier and Milch subordinated the big aerial firms.
So Hitler couldn't just appoint Speer or some other technocrat to replace Todt (himself a questionable "miracle-maker") in 1940, seek "rationalization" and get a massive boost.

Bernd 01/17/2020 (Fri) 04:05:19 [Preview] No.34086 del
On the second line:
1)Much of the output expansion in the late war was from sources other than the transfer of resources from the civilian to the military sector within Germany. Heavy industry grew (though in 1942-3, not later) and millions of workers were added to the German economy, most of which weren't even available before Barbarossa and Hungarian Jews weren't available prior to 1944. The early war investment boom already produced some effect by the late war. As more production could have been done without this investment, to some extent there was more production late in the war because there was less early on. Some investments, of course, only showed their true potential after the war, and sacrificing investment for extra weapons in Barbarossa would have made sense. But the Reich wasn't preparing for Barbarossa in isolation, it wanted to spend just enough to win a quick campaign because the campaign itself was part of a wider conflict with the Western powers. Hence it invested long-term a lot and spared some effort for the air force and navy. If it expected to wage a war of attrition on land for several years it could have done differently, but then its geopolitical outlook would be completely different and it may not even have done Barbarossa.
Late-war expansion alone cannot be taken as a gauge of how much civilian potential was left to mobilize because these other factors must be discounted from it.
2)Some civilian production in the early war was not consumer goods but exports. This wasn't wasted production as the logic of the balance of the payments was still in place and German goods were needed to prop up and maintain allied states.
3)The German military economy's previous phases do not show any "slack" towards the civilian sector but a continuous drive to mobilization. In 1933-39 it went from almost nonexistent to a higher level of mobilization than the Western powers, so high it was causing economic problems. Never before had national production been redistributed on this scale or with such speed by a capitalist state in peacetime.(p.659). It was a strong and very effective reallocation, and the side effects were just natural for this level of mobilization. Interruptions in 1937 and 1939 were this high speed mobilization hitting the country's resource ceilings.
Then in 1939-40 mobilization had the most radical policy, to sacrifice not just civilian production but even the war effort's long-term industry to immediately maximize output. Already in the first winter of the war there were severe shortages of items such as ovens and stoves and the civilian industry -not just consumer goods but even electricity and mining- had large cuts to its steel rations. In 1940-41 the time horizon was reversed, there was now much investment for the future, but the stance on the civilian sector did not change.
In 1942 civilian coal was sacrificed for steel. In 1943 total war is formally announced, but since a decade before resources were continually migrating from superfluous civilian production to the military-industrial complex. There was a consistent movement towards total war. As the first graph in >>34051 shows the civilian sector shrank with every year. It was probably possible to accelerate the transfer, though that could run into
a limitation -the state's power- and hence it wouldn't be as fast as the Soviet Union's lightning fast mobilization as Germany wasn't a command economy.

Bernd 01/17/2020 (Fri) 04:05:56 [Preview] No.34087 del
4)There weren't much women to be mobilized. The majority were already in war-vital work, not in the weapons factories but in the fields which were just as important. The topic of fields is interesting because Germany could free up a lot of manpower by modernizing its rural sector, but this is long-term structural change and not something that takes place in wartime. A lot could have changed if the Reich had pursued agricultural modernization in peacetime, but this topic was left to the postwar, when it could be dealt with at the same time as the settlement of conquered territory.

This line, however, is not quite wrong as after 1943 there were still manpower to take from the civilian sector and output to squeeze from it by demanding more working hours. However, exploiting it in the early war wouldn't produce late war results because of the limitation of how much there was to mobilize and said results had other sources. Further, there was probably an upper limit to how fast mobilization could happen. So in this case Hitler could have Goebbels do his Sportpalast speech in 1940 and have some extra production but not all that much.

Bernd 01/17/2020 (Fri) 07:35:55 [Preview] No.34088 del
Before I read the latest post I have to interject for a moment. The coin has two sides, on the one is the war economy that produces the material needed to wage war. And it is an important factor how the strength of the economy translates into production.
But on the other side we can find the usage of the material produced. How well this material could be utilized (basically quality, which topic was touched, but it is a little bit more than that since it depends on suitability too) and how they utilized it (e.g. did they "trump" the other sides weaponry? were they used just to throw at the enemy preferring material loss over human? were they just wasted with surrenders? were they just put to into storage? etc.).
I know the scope of Tooze's work is on the economical background, but I feel he had some notion that the war was decided already purely by this factor even before the war started, and reading all this one might get the impression. It is because the focus is so much centered on this it really can cover our view and see the other factors, and we all know I hope that a war is decided by many factors. In this case one factor was very much against Germany and the Axis.

Bernd 01/17/2020 (Fri) 15:00:38 [Preview] No.34089 del
>how they utilized it
Initially there was little coordination between production and military doctrine and planning, the industry put out weapons and the generals figured out what to do with them. In 1940 Von Manstein devised a brilliant plan of maneuver and encirclement maneuver but it was "makeshift", years of military production up to that point had not been specifically geared to carrying out what he had in mind. Once it proved successful then there was finally a strategic synthesis and the factories now focused on providing the means to carry out more campaigns of this sort.

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Cooking Gulyás reup Bernd 06/28/2018 (Thu) 07:17:27 [Preview] No. 17596 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
I saw some Mexican asking for gulyás recipe on Kohl and because I don't really want to start posting there beside the World Cup I decided to reupload the gulyás cooking as the other thread is "File not found" as well. So here's with original text.

Cooking with Bernd: gulyás

I was planning to post a good gulyás cooking since day one but somehow the occasion eluded me until now. I know a Hungarobernd did this on KC main but it was regular "cooking in the kitchen" type of thread and not "over open fire in bogrács" (traditional Hungarian pot).
I couldn't do this live for technical reasons but it will be fine this way too.

Pic #1
Ingredients: meat (little bit over half a kilo, it's pork, not beef), taters (by volume I used about the double of the meat dunno their weight), onions, tomato, paprikas, black pepper in the mill, dried ground paprika in the jar with the red lid, salt in the middle, and the white wax paper on the right covers the salo (fatback).
You can also see my Mora for cutting needs and a bearly visible peace from a wooden spoon behind the meat and the potato, the masterpiece of my carving art, used for stir the food in the bogrács.
The taters are leftovers from winter, wizened but fine for our purpose. Some of the onions and the paprikas are also leftovers I utilized.

Pic #2
The initial setup. Two quarter logs at the sides and a nest in the middle for the fire itself also aligned toward the usual main direction of the wind. The rocks are there for a little draft control. Tripod to hang the bogrács.

Pic #3
Lighted a handful of dry grass, placed in the middle of the nest, then a large handful of dry twigs above, and sticks across the log above all. As these sticks burn in the middle they broke after a while and fall into the nest. The heat from the nest lights up the inside faces of the logs. The heat is very concentrated toward the nest. The cooking is going above the nest, and it really doesn't need much flames. The smoldering logs pumping up lotsa heat, only some sticks are needed to be placed inside the nest time to times. Also when a log burns through, a new can be placed there. I had several prepared.

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Bernd 01/03/2020 (Fri) 20:23:13 [Preview] No.33760 del
For this to work you need some kind of a relatively hard, dry, semi-sweet, no buttery biscuits. We call it "household biscuit", I know this info isn't helpful.
Anyway, ingredients:
- biscuits
- sour cream
- sugar
- vanilla sugar
- cocoa
- jam (any kind of fruit will do I think)
You make three mixes from the sour cream and the other ingredients, one with cocoa and sugar, one with the vanilla sugar (plus sugar probably), one with the jam.
Get some container, spread one of the creams, then lay a layer of biscuits. Spread the next cream, then a layer of biscuits. Spread the third cream.
Let it rest in the fridge. When the biscuits turned soft, eat it.

Optionally I'm sure it can be made with other flavorings, like coffee or coconut and so on.

Bernd 01/05/2020 (Sun) 19:23:59 [Preview] No.33809 del
For somlói galuska you need sponge-cake or something similar. Then you make chocolate pudding but you add rum (or just rum flavoring) and maybe vanilla sugar. You put the cake in a bowl, pour the pudding onto it, then add whipped cream to the top.
You could add ground walnut and vanilla sugar into the pudding, which you should try to make into a cream instead of a pudding.

Now I'm trying looking up recipes for this but all seem to use vanilla pudding which I've never seen in somlói ever. It's some bad meme someone shitted onto the internet and now everyone copies it from each other and making it in different forms.
But maybe they are right and if I would pull out an actual cookbook I would find something similar.

Bernd 01/06/2020 (Mon) 06:38:26 [Preview] No.33831 del
Yeah, I was kinda right.
The net is full of "original recipe" and "perfect recipe". and they are all bullshit.
Consulted with an actual cookbook from 1978 it says the original recipe contained vanilla "sauce/cream", but it also says it needs such things as punch (the drink) and apricot jam which no recipe on the internet mentions. Then the cookbook offers an alternative version, without any vanilla and other unnecessary crap, basically what I wrote above, but the sponge-cake has to be flooded with milk + little rum, and raisins are added too.

Bernd 01/16/2020 (Thu) 15:27:06 [Preview] No.34079 del
Toiletcake Argie didn't check the recipes.

Bernd 01/16/2020 (Thu) 21:22:19 [Preview] No.34083 del
I did, but lately I'm not in the mood of cooking.
Maybe later

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corinth thread Bernd 04/21/2019 (Sun) 16:09:51 [Preview] No. 24997 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
While everyone remembers athens, sparta and thebes people usually forget the resident punching bag of ancient greece corinth. Corinth basically had to deal with three bigger powers than it and got fucked over.
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Bernd 01/16/2020 (Thu) 11:24:53 [Preview] No.34075 del
What Bernd thinks how reliable of our knowledge on ancient Grease (and partially Rome)?
As Byzantium disintegrated through the centuries, waves of Byzantine-Greek scholars fled to west, chiefly during renaissance, in fact them playing a great part as the engine of renaissance itself. They also figured out they could live quite comfortably as long as they could supply their contemporaries with ancient Greek written sources and artifacts, but material can only survive that much, so they made a lot up by themselves, well let's be blunt they forged as much shit as they could.
Knowing that very little (if any) original sources remained from the antiquity, and everything is a copy of a copy of a copy, and how easy had to be to paste in whatever they wanted, basically what we know, is a renaissance fairytale.
Does Bernd know works in history, art history, philosophy, etc. with the topic of the forgeries of the renaissance?


Bernd 01/16/2020 (Thu) 13:10:44 [Preview] No.34076 del
I think before the Hellenistic period, forgeries and fakes are far more common. But by the time of
Perhaps a lot of statues however (specifically from Italy, Greece and western Anatolia) are forgeries however.

Bernd 01/16/2020 (Thu) 14:37:40 [Preview] No.34078 del
*time after Alexander, it's far less likely that things are forgeries.
Also, I'm Danebernd, using .org

Bernd 01/16/2020 (Thu) 15:46:55 [Preview] No.34080 del
Here I found something, coincidentally(?) it is about Alexander:
The whole letter doesn't interest me but below there are some lines:
>With a more knowledge of history of texts, the problems with the letter become even clearer. For instance, it is known that while no certainly genuine letter from Alexander survives, a number of fake letters were composed during the middle ages. So perhaps the letter above was a medieval fake (and thus an interesting document in itself)?
>We know all the (purported) ancient letters of Alexander (including to Aristotle!), and the heavy odds are that none of them are genuine, but rather ancient forgeries.
Ofc, neither of these two quotes talks about renaissance forgeries, but nice additions to the topic.

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What is your favorite movie?
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Last Blood wants to remind us that establishment journalists want nothing to do with this truth.


Rasutoburaddo wa, setsuritsu jānarisuto ga kono shinjitsu to wa kankeinai koto o watashitachi ni omoidasa setai to omotte imasu.

とちゃき 09/21/2019 (Sat) 21:37:44 [Preview] No.156540 del
I understand what you mean.
Certainly,meaning of this movie is probably current situation of Mexican Mafia, drug, and prostitution …etc.
But, sorry a little bit boring for me.
It doesn’t have to remind it in the movie.

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The previous thread is at 499 posts, on the brink of autosage. So I open up a new one, because I have a thing to discuss as well with Bernd. But first thing first.

Finally I wanna watch these in their entirety, a series of Japanese films from the 70s The Yakuza Papers or Battles Without Honor And Humanity - which is also the title of the very first one.
I think the first five (what I'm planning on consuming) cover one full story, based on an OG yak's memoirs, published in a newspaper first. Then they made another three in the 70s, all standalone, and three more, two of them in this millennia.
They are in a certain subgenre of yakuza movies, which were fresh breeze at that time with their more realistic narrative and breakup with the "honorable samurai" romanticism of the previous era. They are also filmed in a documentary style, with handheld shaky cameras, and sometimes they even timestamp certain events as the movie plays - as far as I can tell based on the first one which I seen (but will rewatch).
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This I done in the weekend basically.
As movies are okay, as horror... are they horror? Wasn't scary or tense as I wrote. Was quite a few jumpscares - which is the cheapest and most overused tool of the horror genre - but they all were places where expected so even those didn't have any edge.
I don't understand one little detail tho. Why this supernatural evil being is called Information Technology?

Bernd 01/15/2020 (Wed) 10:29:18 [Preview] No.34059 del
Iremember seeing the miniseries as a kid and scared the utter fucking crap out of me. Although, The BFG, an actual kids film, gave me nightmares for years with the thought of giants taking children through windows and eating them.

Bernd 01/15/2020 (Wed) 10:31:04 [Preview] No.34060 del
Miniseries? The old two part movies?

Bernd 01/15/2020 (Wed) 19:19:04 [Preview] No.34069 del
Yeah that's it, from 1990. I was just a little kid but it was pretty scary.

Bernd 01/16/2020 (Thu) 08:43:36 [Preview] No.34074 del
Hmm. I saw some of that not sure when and was scared I kinda remember, but I was too young as well for that. I read the books later, when I was about 20, it was intense, a very good read. I consumed much Stephen King and I think that is his most scary book, maybe the one actually scary. Few years after I watched that "miniseries". I fell asleep during part I, and laughed on part II. It felt boring and lame.
In general the "tragedy" of King, that his works are rarely adapted adequately on screen - I think The Green Mile turned out well - not movies, not shows couldn't capture anything what's in the books. They are all boring with bad acting and cheap effects.

THE NEWS Bernd 06/30/2019 (Sun) 11:52:12 [Preview] No. 27730 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Old one reached pmub limit.

Btw old. Instead of some news here's some olds, a bunch of photos found by a dumpster in BP - they were digitalized and uploaded to Fortepan (http://fortepan.hu/) I already mentioned in previous news threads.
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Bernd 01/08/2020 (Wed) 02:37:51 [Preview] No.33879 del
Something being buried in the news of the Iran war:
Apparently, relatives of the LeBarons, both Mormon families are being targeted in Mexico by the US government-controlled cartels. Remember Ervil LeBaron? That one Mormon guy that ritualistically sacrificed his opponents in Mexico? That's his family.

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What are those Mormons producing on their farms?

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Putin is playing 5d chess again. Medvedev and the Russian govt resigned in order to Putin can acquire their power, and now they transform Putin himself into the constitution of the country.
Oh yeah he wanna allow the duma electing the PM and govt, as a decentralization, meanwhile he makes the State Council into an official branch of power, a govt over the govt.

My Putin folder is seriously lacking.

Bernd 01/15/2020 (Wed) 21:36:33 [Preview] No.34071 del

Yeah, pretty surprising move, because Russian government doesn't really change much, even when their performance is going down. Russian government is very protective for it's composition, statesmen rarely go work outside, they just change their positions.

>govt resigned in order to Putin can acquire their power

Not really. Government and even parliament in Russia is nothing, they do what Kremlin want. Government can't show any dissent, and it doesn't even have any serious people who can oppose Putin, they are bunch of oligarchic managers, nothing more. Parliament (both Duma and Federation Council) are machines that support literally everything that is said from "top".

So, resignation isn't directly related to all these constitution changes, especially considering that it would be done not now, but in some distant future. Some sources say that Kremlin didn't like how government worked in last years, but it is strange reason - government does same for much longer time. Other sources say about multi-d-chess and other things. New prime minister is relatively unknown person, who worked as head of federal tax service.

But actually, I don't thing that anything would change.

Bernd 01/16/2020 (Thu) 07:59:53 [Preview] No.34073 del
Well I just paraphrased Medvedev from the article:
>entire balance of power, the power of the executive, the power of the legislature, the power of the judiciary,” Medvedev explained.
>“In this context, it is obvious that, as the government, we must provide the president with a capability to make all decisions,”
So the stepped down to provide Putin the capability and don't stand in his way.
>Government and even parliament in Russia is nothing, they do what Kremlin want
That it is not true. For example when Putin was PM in 2008-2012 the government was the most important body.

I liek how the term of presidency was extended from four years to six during Medvedev's presidency but not for Medvedev, only for whoever followed his term. ie. for Putin.

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KOHLZINE #12 out Bernd 11/17/2019 (Sun) 19:36:05 [Preview] No. 32375 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
There was no Kohlzine on October because Casey was hidden.
But now we are back, even more autistic than ever and featuring some illustrations by Russian bernd.

We are waiting for your OC and text (any content, really) submissions on our mail: kohlzine@tfwno.gf
If KC doesn't die by then, lucky #13 will be our ANNIVERSARY issue, so expect lots of quality content(well it depends on your input too, kinda), KC posters, copypastas and more.


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Bernd 01/09/2020 (Thu) 17:49:56 [Preview] No.33912 del
You did but don't sweat it.
Well, whatever you do, be careful and good luck.
...and take photos and post IWO. :^)

Bernd 01/12/2020 (Sun) 14:00:18 [Preview] No.33992 del
This is probably not zine worthy at all but it's a first attempt at an article

Bernd 01/14/2020 (Tue) 17:56:09 [Preview] No.34041 del
Received, thanks for submission

Bernd 01/15/2020 (Wed) 15:00:08 [Preview] No.34061 del
Sorry, I just gave it a proof read and saw 'honestly' should be 'honesty'

Bernd 01/15/2020 (Wed) 23:29:03 [Preview] No.34072 del
Kk. Noted

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Bernd 01/05/2020 (Sun) 19:33:50 [Preview] No. 33810 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
>Hindus made this
How is it impossible to carve structures like this nowadays? Is time literally going faster now?
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Bernd 01/15/2020 (Wed) 00:42:16 [Preview] No. 34050 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
>These millimeter-wide "xenobots" can move toward a target, perhaps pick up a payload (like a medicine that needs to be carried to a specific place inside a patient) -- and heal themselves after being cut.

>"These are novel living machines," says Joshua Bongard, a computer scientist and robotics expert at the University of Vermont who co-led the new research. "They're neither a traditional robot nor a known species of animal. It's a new class of artifact: a living, programmable organism."


Very interesting, much could be done with this, I think it could be more important than nano robots.

Bernd 01/15/2020 (Wed) 08:59:13 [Preview] No.34056 del
The concept is nothing particularly new, the problem is whether they can actually do anything, which basically they can't yet. Still pretty cool though, much safer to turn into a weapon than a cell that reproduces.

Imagine shaking someones' hand and watching them turn to dust.

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Vidya Thread Bernd 07/31/2019 (Wed) 18:08:06 [Preview] No. 28357 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Since the previous reached bump limit.

Played some moar Atom RPG. I don't really have any coherent text drafted but some impressions, moments and such.

This game is depressing. It's like they extracted all the misery of the Soviet Union, ground it, added a hint mutants and monsters, then crammed it into one misery-sausage. Ofc there are funny lines and situations in there, always when you least expect. And you never expect them because the whole thing is so depressing.
NPC interactions are animated nicely. Heart warming meeting of father and daughter. Then they started to gossip about me.
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Bernd 01/14/2020 (Tue) 19:58:02 [Preview] No.34044 del
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Decided to try JA2 again, found that stracciatella needs to be rebuilt because some lib problems, and seen that now it is partially written in Rust and downloads dozens of packages and _slowly_ builds. Coding hipsters these days...

Anyway, what's your team?

Bernd 01/14/2020 (Tue) 20:34:26 [Preview] No.34046 del
I could install Strac no prob, all dependencies were satisfied.
I'm on the first map in some bombed out village, just killed three thugs, I'm trying to familiarize myself, but I think that's it for today, I really should sleep early.
The team is five blokes, based the pick on specialization: a doc, a tech, an explosives eggsbert, and a marksman. I made a dude with relatively high leadership. The mechanic and the leader are good shots too. I choose low level team since I could afford to hire them for two weeks, and one 4th level guy for a week. I hope to train them.
I read a little how the game goes but no idea what to do, or what strategy to follow. I guess I prepare for failure, and I guess I have to try.
On the field I've got tactical knowledge from other games and books, but I dunno what is possible to do. I see that during enemy movements my guys can interrupt and fire shots at them, that's good. But I dunno how cover works or anything.

Bernd 01/14/2020 (Tue) 20:38:58 [Preview] No.34047 del
Also at character creation I was a bit puzzled. I dunno (yet) what to minmax. I dropped explosives to zero to gain some more points to distribute, but kept mechanical and medical at 35 coz, the manual said that 0 skills cannot be trained.

Bernd 01/14/2020 (Tue) 21:16:13 [Preview] No.34048 del

Oh, you didn't played it before?

There are plenty of ways to play, so no good strategy exist. Personally I stick with 1-2 people, relatively high level (so I could pay for week or some), like Sidney and Raven. Third is the generated guy. Then, after few first cities, I go for top tier guys, but slowly, when money allows.

I don't think that medic, tech or explosive expert are required from start. Explosive guy isn't really required at all, you can easily do almost everything in game without him, although having one isn't bad (and sometimes is fun). For medic, "free" people from resistance (first girl from second sector or something like this) are ok at start. They don't even need to move with your squad, maybe only in first third of game. Tech is same, but it matters less - there always many weapons, and they are changing faster than breaking. In first part of game weapons are pretty limited (until you starting to get rifles), but tech doesn't help. Doors and chest mostly can be opened with brute force, except some specific places.

And in late game you already would get any mercenary you want, so it doesn't matter. But it is only my thoughts, big team with low-level guys is ok.

Personally, I recommend getting the fast transport asap. Don't want to spoil much, but it seriously helps. And training militia to protect cities is a good thing. Order of cities... I always go sweeping from right to left, slowly going down.

>On the field I've got tactical knowledge from other games and books, but I dunno what is possible to do. I see that during enemy movements my guys can interrupt and fire shots at them, that's good. But I dunno how cover works or anything.

If you played something like original xcom or such, you'll be ok. Cover matters, but not much as in some other games (sitting behind tree helps of course). Laying or crouching definitely helps. Visibility matters, especially at night, night combat sometimes looks like another game. It isn't stealth tactics, but stealthy way is very fun. If you encounter some unbreakable place (like SAM base) at start, try it at night, it may be easier (but sometimes it is harder, especially when you'll get long range rifles).

Some trick, not overpowered, but often working: if you got some real problems in sector, try to go on roof and lay there, covering all edges. Enemies will spend some AP to climb, and will be easy target when they are on roof edge, especially at night. Shooting from roof is also fun. But, of course, elite enemies may climb and shot everyone, if they are lucky and you aren't.

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Bernd 01/15/2020 (Wed) 08:05:23 [Preview] No.34055 del
No, never ever.
Yes. And Incubation, that was pretty dope. And Fallout Tactics, but that's a little different, and ofc these recent Sharun games.
But real tactics can picked up from the real time Close Combat series. Although suppressive fire and stuff like that don't really work in turn based (I think the interruption and "overwatch" type things are a substitution of that).
Thanks for the tips. Maybe I'll restart (I am not far into the game) and generate new character (drop mechanical skill too, and maybe raise medical a bit, that doesn't seem a skill easily trainable), although I'm fine with the team I've right now so far. I use them in pairs (and the medic alone or attached to one pair) and draw fire with one pair while flank with the other, but this is just the first map...
>But you always need good shooters
Yeah, that is clear. If you can kill enemy guys before they can harm you, it is better than taking hits, then use a doc to heal.

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S-argie needs help!let's write a book Bernd 01/12/2020 (Sun) 20:16:51 [Preview] No. 34008 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
I need some help publishing, and distributing,my book.
I want to first distribute it trough the deep web to coat it into an area of mystery and legend.
how do I upload it to the deep web?
Once that's done,I want to sell the kindle on amazon;how do I make it be seen,among so many other titles?
the book will be called"the book of True Skill",and is a self-help guide promoting cold water therapy,fasting,nofap, a Regimen of excercises,among other things. it's meant to be agressive,blunt,and life-changing.
im still researching and trying to interview people for it.
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Bernd 01/12/2020 (Sun) 23:48:27 [Preview] No.34016 del
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>the book will be called"the book of True Skill",and is a self-help guide promoting cold water therapy,fasting,nofap, a Regimen of excercises,among other things. it's meant to be agressive,blunt,and life-changing.


Bernd 01/13/2020 (Mon) 03:16:20 [Preview] No.34019 del
>or upload it other sites, forums, imageboards on the tor network
Easiest way is to find a file sharing .onion address, but if you just drop a .pdf there nobody will read it. I guess what you want is a backstory of the book circulating in the Deep Web for some time prior to official publication? Then you'd need to find some forum and distribute and discuss it there. Preferably a forum about books or your book's theme.

Bernd 01/13/2020 (Mon) 04:17:50 [Preview] No.34020 del
>I guess what you want is a backstory of the book circulating in the Deep Web for some time prior to official publication?
Then it'd be too late, since schizo bernd decided to post here beforehand

Bernd 01/14/2020 (Tue) 19:15:17 [Preview] No.34042 del
>wanked poo

Endchan is google searchable so that can be a drawback. But he still have time to give a final title, he just shouldn't post it here.

Bernd 01/14/2020 (Tue) 19:40:34 [Preview] No.34043 del
>Then it'd be too late, since schizo bernd decided to post here beforehand

Why late? He is already creating mystery and legend around the book.

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National-anarchism Bernd 01/11/2020 (Sat) 22:32:51 [Preview] No. 33980 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
What do you think about national-anarchism? I posted this on /pol/ but they just think it is kikery.

>National-anarchism is a radical anti-capitalist and anti-Marxist, right-wing ideology.[1][2] National-anarchists advocate a post-capitalist stateless society in which homogeneous communities of different ethnic or racial groups would be free to develop separately in their own tribal communes, named "national autonomous zones", that are politically meritocratic, economically mutualistic, ecologically sustainable, and socially and culturally traditional.
>The conservative revolutionary concept of the anarch, as articulated by German philosopher Ernst Jünger, is central to national-anarchism.[1] National-anarchists stress that the "artificial nationalism" of the nation-State, which they oppose, must be distinguished from the "natural nationalism" of the people ("volk"), which they believe, in its more consistent expressions is a legitimate rejection of both foreign domination (imperialism) and internal domination (statism). National-anarchists see modernity, liberalism, materialism, consumerism, immigration, multiracialism, multiculturalism and globalization as the primary causes of the social decline of nations and cultural identity.[1] They propose a strategic and ideological alliance of ethnic and racial nationalists and separatists around the world (especially in the Global South), neo-Eurasianists in Russia, Islamists in Muslim-majority countries and anti-Zionists everywhere to resist the New World Order—globalization viewed as an instrument of Jewish-dominated international banking and American imperialism—that is inevitably leading to global economic collapse and ecological collapse.[1][6]
>National-anarchism echoes most anarchist schools of thought by expressing a desire to reorganize human relationships, with an emphasis on replacing the hierarchical structures of the state and capitalism with local community decision-making. However, national-anarchists stress the restoration of the "Natural Order" and aim towards a decentralized social order where each new tribe builds and maintains a permanent autonomous zone for a self-sufficient commune, which is politically meritocratic, economically mutualistic, ecologically sustainable, and socially and culturally traditional.[1]
>Asserting the right to difference, national-anarchists publicly advocate a model of society in which communities that wish to practice racial, ethnic, religious and/or sexual separatism are able to peacefully coexist alongside mixed or integrated communities without requiring force.[13] They claim that "national autonomous zones" (NAZs) could exist with their own rules for permanent residence without the strict ethnic divisions and violence advocated by other forms of "blood and soil" ethnic nationalism.[13] Some leading national-anarchists, however, have stated in the past that they originally conceived the idea of establishing whites-only NAZs, which have seceded from the state's economy, — no-go areas for unwelcomed ethnic groups and state authorities — as an insurrectionary strategy to foment civil disorder and racial tensions as an essential prelude to racial civil war and the collapse of the capitalist system.[1][2]
>In terms of cultural and religious views, many national-anarchists are influenced by the radical traditionalism and spiritual racism of Julius Evola, who calls for a "revolt against the modern world".[2] Thus, they have a pessimistic vision of modern Western culture yet optimistically believe that the "decline of the West" will pave the way for its materialism to be expunged and replaced by the idealism of primordial tradition.[1] Although some national-anarchists adhere to a form of Identity Christianity, most reject Christianity because they believe it to be a Semitic religion that usurped the "Aryan" legacy of Mithraism as the historically dominant religion and moral system of the West.[1] They therefore embrace a spiritual anarchism based on different forms of neopaganism, occultism and ethnic mysticism, especially No
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Bernd 01/12/2020 (Sun) 09:06:49 [Preview] No.33990 del
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>What do you think about national-anarchism?

As with any anarchism, it is hard to properly maintain it in community larger than few dozens of people. So it is utopian.

Another interesting point is that there is no need for prefix "National". Considering what is written here, they just want ability to establish own communities with own rules, with some kind of global non-aggression pact and mutual interactions. Creating national/ethnic communities are automatically allowed with these rules, there is no need to talk about ethnic groups etc. This works in libertarianism or even just common anarchism (at least in some interpretations). Or maybe in classic liberalism when state power is limited.

Although I think it is interesting concept, at least it is better than typical socialistic "everyone is equal and society will force equality on everyone who don't like it".

>They propose a strategic and ideological alliance of ethnic and racial nationalists >neo-Eurasianists in Russia
>to resist the New World Order—globalization

There is nothing nationalistic or ethnic in any type of Eurasianism, even if it's adherents say otherwise. It is like alternative globalism for specific region. Views may be different of course, but Russian nationalism (or identitiarism, or what it is called now) is hardly compatible with Eurasian ideas. Same may be said for any ethnic group in post-USSR, not only for Russians.

Bernd 01/12/2020 (Sun) 14:24:47 [Preview] No.33993 del
>Considering what is written here, they just want ability to establish own communities with own rules, with some kind of global non-aggression pact and mutual interactions. Creating national/ethnic communities are automatically allowed with these rules, there is no need to talk about ethnic groups etc. This works in libertarianism or even just common anarchism (at least in some interpretations).
Some forms of anarchism allow for the coexistence of different systems but in practice most consider other systems except their own to contain oppression and therefore have some provision that if a commune adopts an unacceptable system the others will have to suppress it and enforce the non-oppressive system. So in the anarcho-communist utopia one commune decides to become ancap the others will have to intervene and dismantle its system. The ancap utopia would be more lenient and accept the formation of communist societies but they, too, would draw the line at some point, like preventing the exit of people from the commune, and then decide it's no longer acceptable.
The core idea of forming homogeneous communities, or restrictive communities of any kind, is already possible for ancaps as property owners can voluntarily relinquish some of their individual rights to a "covenant community" which can expel members who breach the agreed rules and prohibit the entrance of undesired elements. The last point effectively allows any kind of segregation.

Bernd 01/13/2020 (Mon) 07:00:17 [Preview] No.34022 del
How is national-minarchism different from national-anarchism? How large would independent national-minarchist states be? Could states be non-libertarian, such as racist or religiously fundamentalist?

Many libertarians are culturally progressive and do not emphasize the right to form restrictive communities enough.

Bernd 01/13/2020 (Mon) 16:31:41 [Preview] No.34024 del
>Many libertarians are culturally progressive
(Right) libertarianism isn't a full worldview with explanations for everything. All it has is some epistemology, economic thought and moral argumentation about coercion. Aside from contradictions with those three it always coexists with other belief systems explaining the rest of reality, because it has nothing to say about the rest. So the believer will also fill his mind with social progressivism, social conservatism or whatever else, and in fact will probably assume his preferred societal organization is necessary for the functioning of a free political order. Hans Hermann Hoppe deems absolute monarchies preferable to liberal democracies and is very conservative socially; so was Rothbard in many ways. The userbase of /liberty/ isn't progressive, either. So libertarians can even be "racist or religiously fundamentalist".
>and do not emphasize the right to form restrictive communities enough.
Hoppe emphasizes it a lot as a practical and desirable example of how libertarian societies would organize themselves.
Furthermore, there's a libertarian argument against open borders. As the state's property is stolen from its rightful owners the introduction of immigrants into state property, their reception of state funding and forced integration into native society only add insults such as trespassing to the original injury of theft. Hence a state restrictive of immigration breaches the NAP less than one with open borders.

Bernd 01/14/2020 (Tue) 16:05:48 [Preview] No.34039 del
I assume I was addressed and not Rusbernd.
I'm not really an advocate of national-minarchism, but what little I know about minarchism itself, it seems from all these little political ideologies, that's what correlates/overlaps with what I think the most. Maybe.
>Could states be non-libertarian, such as racist or religiously fundamentalist?
I think the main criterion of a minarchy is the state, the state power, and state control has to be minimal, which means personal freedom plays an important part, so those ideologies which favors to deny this, probably won't match well.
I've no idea how racism come into this. Ethnostates can be minarchic. Are ethnostates racist? And define racism anyway...
Religiously fundamentalist? Would depend on religion, wouldn't it? An inherently hierarchical religion, e.g. Catholicism, won't be a good match. Some kind of shamanism, which don't have organized church, ... why not.

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Bernd 12/22/2019 (Sun) 10:20:02 [Preview] No. 33293 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Where were you when you realised that Greenland is actually green, and that the idea that people are miserable there, and that it's covered in ice is just a psyop to keep you from settling it? That's why Trump tried buying it, for more real-estate.
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There's no better time to book a trip to Asgard than now.
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Bernd 12/23/2019 (Mon) 10:31:51 [Preview] No.33344 del
Not much at all aside from alcoholism. Plus the people there are essentially part-German hillbillies who speak semi-English (however unlike Danglish this is because they were the ancestors of the Anglo-Saxons, and usually went to England during a storm there).
Underdeveloped, like Eastern Poland.

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Bernd 01/14/2020 (Tue) 12:41:14 [Preview] No.34035 del
>David Chase Taylor is an American journalist and the editor-in-chief of Truther.org, s state-sponsored whistle-blower website. Taylor lives in Zurich, Switzerland where he is currently in the process of applying for political asylum
But Switzerland is one of the strongholds of global Roman power as the location of the CIA/Holy See (Holy "C"). Why should this man be trusted? This is Roman disinfo.

Bernd 01/14/2020 (Tue) 13:18:45 [Preview] No.34036 del
It's just a joke. He calls out the mountain jews but then says he wants to take refuge in Switzerland.

Bernd 01/14/2020 (Tue) 15:23:39 [Preview] No.34038 del
How can I get political asylum in eSwitzini? I'm on leave for the rest of the week so I've 5 days for it.
Sorry Danebernd, taking over Denmark will have to wait.

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Bernd 12/07/2019 (Sat) 18:10:35 [Preview] No. 32923 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
>look up Astolfo
>look up Nero Claudius
>look up Prinz Eugen
<gets the traps instead of the actual historical figures because this is what fetishists get a boner for
The bomb was a mistake.
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Bernd 12/12/2019 (Thu) 18:40:48 [Preview] No.33036 del
Immoral anime culture. Also I get a ship for Prinz Eugen.

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>You mean why is it called ottoman?

Bernd 12/14/2019 (Sat) 06:18:19 [Preview] No.33086 del
Christians put their feet up and say "look at me, I'm an ottoman!", because ottomans invented footstools by putting their feet up on groweling christians.

Bernd 12/14/2019 (Sat) 06:35:44 [Preview] No.33087 del
It was invented by Ottomans.

Bernd 01/14/2020 (Tue) 00:28:31 [Preview] No.34033 del
>look up Japanese Nero
>it's some normal woman
>look up Roman Nero
>it's a man engaged in all sorts of bizarre and outrageous behavior including crossdressing
Really makes you think.

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Politics Serious Discusson - Brexit Edition Bernd 03/21/2019 (Thu) 20:43:13 [Preview] No. 23966 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Anything politics.

For those who want to qwop-xit from the EU:
This athlete needs matching colors with picrel.
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Bernd 12/22/2019 (Sun) 10:19:24 [Preview] No.33292 del
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I just found out this was posted on official Conservative yt page

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Bernd 01/12/2020 (Sun) 19:52:00 [Preview] No.34007 del
Looks like the """""great Amazon fires of 2019"""" don't matter that much in a historical context.

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A recap of Bolsonaro's first year in power.
He was elected with the promise of doing away with "old politics", the cronyism of coalition presidentialism. As such rather than buying party support with ministerial appointments he slashed the number of ministries and made more technical choices. Once in power his plan was not to keep a base of loyal parties but negotiate on a case by case basis with each caucus. This proved easier said than done and Congress had other ideas.
The threat was not from the Left. It is a cornered beast, losing much of its influence. PT is still egocentric and accepts nothing less than total control of the opposition but the smaller parties are disgruntled and want to distance themselves from it. And they all spent the whole year obsessed with getting Lula out of jail.
It was not from the previous torchbearer of the right, the PSDB. The struggle between its (older) left- and (newer) right-leaning factions continues with the rightists having the upper hand.
It was related, but not from, the Center. Despite the election's polarization and high rate of renewal the bulk of Congress is still occupied by ideologically ambiguous power-seekers. But they rarely seek power on their own, preferring to let someone else take the mantle of power. That someone could have been Bolsonaro, but somehow -the media blames inactivity and lack of negotiation but in truth it was probably lack of bribery- he couldn't win their loyalty.
Bolsonaro's biggest threat was whoever rushed to fill the power vacuum, and it was the most right-wing of the large traditional parties: DEM, which presides over both houses of Congress. Rodrigo Maia, president of the Chamber of Deputies, managed to build his own alliance system. What followed was an offensive by the Legislative over the Executive's power; among other things, the former can now pour funding into its electoral strongholds without less of the latter's oversight. Coalition presidentialism has ceased to exist but in its place "white parliamentarism" has been spoken of as a new paradigm. Power has moved to new axis centered on the Legislative, which may confront Bolsonaro with a center-right candidate in 2022.

Maia agrees with Bolsonaro and his ministers on his economic and administrative reform agenda in a watered-down manner. The largest issue is pension reform, which drags on for years. In May Centrist deputy Paulinho da Força even stated explicitly that Congress wanted a pension reform that would not secure Bolsonaro's reelection. The Left opposed any reform at all and dragged the process as much as it could but was powerless. Bolsonaro's economic team wanted a radical reform with large savings but in the end only a scaled-down reform was implemented.

Simultaneously with reforms and the drive to expand the Legislative's power, Maia's center of power has taken part in a concerted antianticorruption push. In this he is backed by the Left, still butthurt at Lula's arrest, and the "guaranteeist" majority wing of the Supreme Court, which favors laxity in investigations and condemnations in contrast with the "punitivistic" minority wing. The main target of this push is Lava Jato, which like Mani Pulite in Italy faced retaliation after it exposed misdeeds across all parties and offended powerful figures. And as the former star of Lava Jato with a reputation for harshness against politicians and current Justice superminister, Sérgio Moro is their nemesis.

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In June Moro's position was shaken by leaked conversations with prosecutor Deltan Dallagnol when he was a judge. They show him taking a more active role than what is typically expected of a judge, which may or may not be grounds for deeming him biased and rolling back Lula's condemnation. Only a proper trial could assess this, but there likely won't be one as his opponents immediately used it to attack Lava Jato and justify their push. Nonetheless he still has strong popular support and the backing of a handful of center-right parties. The only practical effect is that he will no longer be nominated to the Supreme Court and nor Dallagnol to Prosecutor General.
Congress and the Supreme Court have transferred the Financial Activities Control Council (Coaf) from the Justice Ministry to the Central Bank, passed the "Authority abuse law" which can be used to target judges and prosecutors if they're deemed too harsh, seriously watered down the "anti-crime packaged" Moro had forwarded to Congress and set Lula free as part of a wider relaxation of arrest conditions.

The Supreme Court, on its part, is drunk with power. They issued a gag order to some journalists and decided criminalized homophobia by defining it as part of the Constitution's ban on racism. The major criticism on legal grounds is that in doing so it was effectively creating legislation and thus invading an exclusive prerogative of Congress. The counterargument was that it was a creation of legislation but the Supreme Court is allowed to do it for laws that are already meant to exist anyways.

Bolsonaro is weakened and has to deal with corruption scandals among his sons and bitter infighting in his party, which he intends to leave and form a new one. His foreign policy has brought little fruit and Trump hasn't done much in his favor. Anyone who speaks of the "threat of authoritarianism" in Brazil is clueless.
He does, however, still have a dedicated and zealous core of followers who defend him no matter what he does. This was also the backbone of PT rule for years and he managed to replicate it.
The economy was stagnant but doing fairly well with low inflation and interest rates and positive prospects for this year. The BRL is dropping but that is good for exports.

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