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No.9380141 View ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Should the one drop rule be continued or forgotten? Discuss.
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Did France try to attack both North Vietnam and US through FULRO in the Vietnam war?

No.9366549 View ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Vietnam invaded the lands of Champa, Kampuchea Krom and the Central Highlands and committed genocide against the Khmer Krom and Cham so their land was colonized by Kinh (Vietnamese) settlers by the 19th century. Vietnam forced Cham Muslims to eat pork and Cham Hindus to eat beef. The Cham, Khmer Krom and Degar formed a group called FULRO to fight against the Vietnamese during the Vietnam war for independence.

The Cham and Khmer Krom leaders in FULRO were agents of Service de Documentation Extérieure et de Contre-Espionnag (SDECE), France's notorious external intelligence agency. FULRO used French as it's official language of communications between Cham, Khmer Krom and Degar Montagnard officers and published all it's official communiques in French in addition to Khmer and Cham.

The Cham Muslim Lieutenan Colonel (later General) Hadji Les Kosem (Po Nagar) and Buddhist Khmer Krom monk Um Savath (Chau Dara) led the Cham and Khmer Krom sections of FULRO and Les Kosem served in Champa's provisional government. Les Kosem and Um Savath both were agents of the Cambodian royal intelligence and reported and fed information to France's SDECE intelligence service. Cham FULRO commanders like Po Dharma later took refuge in France which gave him asylum and allowed him to study at Sorbonne. He wrote most of his important works in French. These Cham Muslim and Hindu warriors killed South Vietnamese and North Vietnamese soldiers.

FULRO fought against the South Vietnamese, North Vietnamese and Americans in the war. They set up a provisional government for Champa with Prime Minister, War Minister and Foreign minister.

What was SDECE's motives?
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What Are Some Books That Will Help Me Understand Modern Day China?

No.9357317 View ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
China is just fucking wild in this day and age.
>Violent suppression of its people.
>Concentration camps
>Releases a deadly virus on the world
>Influences foreign corporations and businesses into doing their bidding.
It all just seems crazy. What should I read to understand the Chinese better in a political sense?
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No.9364500 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
Eventually humanity will only have one language, which do you think it will be
>English military domination
>Chinese economic domination
>Japanese cultural domination
>Arabic religious domination
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No.9234241 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
Why didn't united Rome failed to remain, but a united China succeeds to this day? Is it because the Chinese are smart enough to avoid the trap of religion, and the Romans fell for the Christian meme?
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China discussion

No.9136393 View ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Can someone give me a quick rundown on the history of China? Who are they and what is their culture?
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No.9327792 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
>Finland, Germany, Albania, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Poland and Romania all outlived the Soviet Union.
How does that make you feel?
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No.9328711 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
What is the historical basis for genocide?
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No.9326310 View ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
> Noel Ignatiev (/Jɡˈnætiɛv/; December 27, 1940 – November 9, 2019) was an American author, historian, and marxist. He was best known for his work on race and social class and for his call to abolish "whiteness". Ignatiev was the co-founder of the New Abolitionist Society and co-editor of the journal Race Traitor, which promoted the idea that "treason to whiteness is loyalty to humanity".[3]

> Ignatiev was born Noel Saul Ignatin in Philadelphia, the son of Carrie, a homemaker, and Irv Ignatin, who delivered newspapers. His family's original surname, Ignatiev, was changed to Ignatin and later back to the original spelling.[1] His family was Jewish. His grandparents were from Russia.[5] Ignatiev's parents later ran a housewares store.[1] He attended the University of Pennsylvania, but dropped out after three years.

>Under the name Noel Ignatin, he joined the Communist Party USA in January 1958, but in August left (along with Theodore W. Allen and Harry Haywood) to help form the Provisional Organizing Committee to Reconstitute the Marxist–Leninist Communist Party (POC). He was expelled from the POC in 1966.[6]

How did someone with these views obtain a doctorate in history from Harvard of all places?

> Ignatiev set up Marxist discussion groups in the early 1980s. In 1985, Ignatiev was accepted to the Harvard Graduate School of Education without an undergraduate degree. After earning his master's degree, he joined the Harvard faculty as a lecturer and worked toward a doctorate in U.S. history.

He never even received his bachelors. This raises the question- can we trust all historians?
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No.9327396 View ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
This chilfree advocacy is dangerous to society. Why isn't this selfish being criticized? It breeds adults with prolonged adolesnce who with mo responsibility.
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