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Which viral/bacterial agent would be the best to use as a biological weapon?

>Hardmode: No smallpox.

I think ebola it's pretty fucking great as a weapon. While it might not be as much of an airborne threat as the common cold, or the flu, it compensates by it's high fluid transmission rates, resistance without a host, and pants shitting terror that would play a HUGE part in psychological warfare.

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You are sent back to the middle ages. What weapon do you take?
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Vietnamese female warriors throughout history and their weapons since 39 AD to 1979 AD

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What do you guys think of pre-20th century Vietnamese weapons?

Chinese men have been defeated, tortured, executed, chopped up alive, beheaded and humiliated in four different wars by Vietnamese women throughout history.

The first was by the Trưng sisters and their 36 female generals in 39-43 AD who defeated the Chinese in 65 strongholds when fighting against Han dynasty China. They recruited many female soldiers, chopped up Chinese men alive by hacking them and also beheaded Chinese men en masse until their bodies were soaked with Chinese blood.

The second was by Lady Triệu in 248 AD who won 30 battles against the Sun Wu dynasty in southern China.

The third was in 1788-1789 when the five female generals of the Tây Sơn led all female Vietnamese to defeat and massacre Chinese men in the Battles of Ngọc Hồi-Đống Đa. They also hacked Chinese men alive until their bodies were soaked in blood. One of the same Vietnamese female generals also beheaded Thai men at the Battle of Rạch Gầm-Xoài Mút in 1784 against Thailand.

The fourth was in the Sino-Vietnamese war of 1979 and the Sino-Vietnamese conflicts from 1979–1991 when all female Vietnamese militia units defeated, captured & killed many Chinese males.

All of these wars were against Han Chinese men. All these Vietnamese women generals and soldiers were trained in martial arts and weapons by their families since they were girls. They mostly used swords and spears but sometimes also were archers and used polearms.
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Vietnam Indochina wars

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Pictures of the wars.
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Ideological Subversion

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How does /k/ fight ideological subversion? Is there anything the common layman can do? Do we just wait for the tide to roll over us, or do we fight back now? Fight as they fight?
How would we do that?
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Vietnam vs Malaysia

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Who wins?

>Malaysia coast guard kill Vietnamese fisherman in South China Sea clash

I think Vietnam. They are combat proven and will defeat these mudslimes.
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Friedrich Paulus

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>planned Operation Barbarossa, war-gamed the scenario multiple times and (correctly) concluded that the Wehrmacht would outrun its supply lines before it got to Moscow, only member of the OKW/OKH to publicly call into question the wisdom of attacking the Soviet Union
>repeatedly asked for permission to break out from Stalingrad and is denied until 6th Army was too badly weakened to break out on its own, subsequently abandoned to his fate and left to the mercy of the Red Army
>proceeds to btfo his ex-bosses on the witness stand at the Nuremberg Trials and gets them all executed for crimes that he was intimately involved in planning

What did he mean by this?
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Quick /k/, the last song you listened to is the music that plays during your last stand. How did you go out?
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Restoring the British Armed Forces

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What would it take to bring the UK's armed services back up to a level at which they could decisively defeat, say, Russia at sea, land and air?
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