China sees anti-Japanese protests, after controversy over newly-approved Japanese history textbooks [10YA - Apr 9] nytimes.com/2005/04/09/in…
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Simon dropped the ball, a little disappointed

I've seen just about every Simon Whistler video he has posted. I'm a huge fan. I've enjoyed every single one of his videos except one, the recent video he posted about Japan and WW2 history books. Disclaimer, I'm not Japanese. I'm not even Asian, I'm an Irishman from Florida.

In his video, he gives a harsh critique of Japan and them largely ignoring their war crimes in WW2. Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on your view), this couldn't be further from the truth.

A scientific study by Stanford University (lead by an American and a Korean, if anyone is worried about bias) concluded that Japan does teach its children about its WW2 war crimes and atrocities.

Titled "Divided Memories", the study found that they're also the least nationalistic out of those studied. Quotes from the study:

"Contrary to popular belief, Japanese textbooks by no means avoid some of the most controversial wartime moments. The widely used textbooks contain accounts, though not detailed ones, of the massacre of Chinese civilians in Nanjing in 1937 by Japanese forces"

and perhaps the most important:

"What the research uncovered was quite different from the common perception found in media, not only in Asia but also in the United States. Far from being nationalistic, Japanese textbooks seem the least likely to stir patriotic passions. They do not celebrate war, they do not stress the importance of the military, and they tell no tales of battlefield heroism. Instead they offer a rather dry chronology of events without much interpretive narrative."

As far as apologies go, Japan's apologies are so plentiful, they have their very own wikipedia page. As for why people believe Japan doesn't teach about WW2? It largely stems from a single textbook used by a single private school. Source.

Japan not teaching its kids about WW2 is largely a propaganda piece.

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Why are the post-WW2 attitudes of Germany and Japan so different?

I spent a solid afternoon wikipedia'ng the Surrender of Japan and despite it being interesting reading and providing a very different view of its surrender compared to what I had thought, it also made me think of the differences between the WW2 surrender and post war years of Germany and Japan.

Germany had the whole Nazi party basically ripped out and removed and extensive de-Nazification continued until today, with even the image of Hitler being banned. Germany as a nation is often publically and vocally apologetic about the Holocaust, its role in the deaths of millions and how awful the Nazi ruling party was. Its extensively taught in schools, concentration camps (the few there were in Germany main) are open as museums. (I'm going to gloss over the fact that many members of the Nazi party were left in power both to aid the transition to democracy, provide a bastion vs the USSR and help the allied war/ space efforts).

Compare this to Japan. The ruling party was not removed, the ruling members were replaced or killed themselves, but the Emperor was left untouched. The imperial household never admitted any guilt in the war or the extensive war crimes and of course none of its members were ever charged with war crimes (from what i could see). Hirohito's surrender speech is actually pretty incredible to read. It gives no admission of having ever done anything wrong, blames the allies for the war and its invasion of SEA and claims its surrender is due to purely philanthropic reasons. I know this is a speech of propaganda, but if you examine the history of Japan since, its very consistent with the minimization, ignoring or down-right suppression of its actions in WW2.

I don't think many would be surprised to learn that Japan's actions during WW2 were as, if not more, evil than Germany's. Yet I have seen multiple modern examples of the Japanese government trying to minimise its war crimes, for instance it rejected the fact that there was such a thing as "Comfort Women" in Korea, instead saying the basic enslavement of all Korean women to be used by its soldiers as them willingly choosing a life of prostitution: Comfort women. Then theres the rewriting of Japanese school textbooks to censor war crimes, the invasion of China and the Japanese armies role in forcing the mass suicides of the citizen population of Okinawa.

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'Interesting' Japanese interpretations of 20th century history...

A few days ago I went round the war museum at the Yasakuni Shrine in Tokyo. I think it's fairly well recognised that the Japanese have not been as good as (say) the Germans in facing up to war atrocities, but some of the "facts" set out here were pretty laughable. I took a few pics (apologies for potato quality but had to be quick as taking photos was not allowed) in this album - some of my favourites were that:

  • Chinese citizens respected and applauded invading Japanese soldiers for their discipline and good behaviour
  • The Korean government was impressed with the fair terms set out in the Japanese annexation treaty
  • Japan spearheaded the drive for racial equality, and we have them to thank for the post-WW2 independence movements

Also when walking around the museum, I overheard a guy loudly explaining to tourists that the Rape of Nanking ("the Nanking Incident") is blown completely out of proportion by the Chinese due to political reasons, and that really the "citizens" supposedly killed were cowardly soldiers in disguise. Despite an otherwise amazing trip to Japan, the idea that this version of history with seemingly no repentance seems to be the standard view there left a bit of a bad taste...

Edit - additional info/examples on why this is bad history, as requested by mods:

  • The museum had a general air of whitewashing the efforts of the Empire of Japan in WW2 and previously (similar to the textbook controversies)
  • For example, in the Rape of Nanking, the account in this museum (one short paragraph tucked away as a small 'aside') completely ignore the very widely accepted occurrences of mass murder and mass rape of civilians
  • The claim that Japan helped spur on independence movements is a stretch at best - indeed Japanese nationalism and the perception of Japanese racial superiority was one of the roots of Japanese overseas invasions, which contrasts strongly with the supposed "advancement of the ideals of racial equality" that they cite
  • Obviously, Chinese citizens didn't think the Rape of Nanking constituted good behaviour (most of us being brought up to think that rape/murder are bad things...), and similarly Koreans did not respect the terms of a treaty that annexed their country
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Do you think the Chinese, the Koreans and the Japanese could ever heal old WW2 wounds in the same way that the Europeans have?

There seems to be a lot of talk about China's rise in military power and also Japan's remilitarization. Although on the surface, the East Asian countries enjoy diplomatic relations (except maybe for N. Korea), there are still some skeletons in the closet stemming from war crimes unanswered for from the Second World War and the Annexation of Korea. The Japanese seem to downplay the severity of the crimes and also play on the fact that the West has a poor understanding of what happened in region at that time.

It seems like the passive aggressive hate that's been allowed to fester over the years is still influencing the region's politics.

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Thanks for all the responses, guys. Seems like overall, everybody's answer to my question is "NO!". That, or "not anytime soon". There doesn't seem to be anything to be gained from "healing old wounds" and manipulating this old grudge is seen as a political tool. Meanwhile there is still opinion that what Japan has done in apology and reparations is insufficient.

The way I've stated my question is perhaps indicative of a bias in that I've gone ahead and assumed that 1) there are still wounds and grudges that persist 2) the East Asian countries have a desire to heal and smooth over relations. Nevertheless, if you read Wikipedia on East Asian relations, there is always mention of Japanese War Crimes as a thorn in diplomacy. Whether it is spiteful for those countries to constantly bring up the past to badger their peoples, or a refusal to acknowledge any diplomatic gestures extended, it's regrettable that there aren't more outspoken critics of this bad blood that exists between the countries and more attempts towards a future of frienship. Nobody can seem to get past the laying blame stage and what is maybe descriptive of the attitude is "Improving relations as far as it is convenient, but nothing more." Maybe this is the best that any country can hope for?

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useful links:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anti-Chinese_sentiment_in_Japan

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anti-Japanese_sentiment_in_Korea

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anti-Japanese_sentiment_in_China

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_war_apology_statements_issued_by_Japan

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yasukuni_Shrine

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/People%27s_Republic_of_China%E2%80%93Japan_relations

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japan%E2%80%93Korea_relations

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_war_crimes

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nanking_M

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Which aspects of your country's history weren't you taught?

I'm a Brit; it took me until university level to be professionally taught about the American War of Independence - most likely because we lost - and the Bombing of Dresden - most likely because of the cliche I refuse to type out about history and victors...

Also, I'm primarily a Japanese historian, while in Japan this summer WW2 came up in conversation with a rather elderly Japanese friend of mine who had never heard about Unit 731 or Nanking. As it turns out, it took until the 90's for the most popular textbooks to be in agreement about whether they even happened

So, fellow historians, I'm curious: what did they conveniently skip in your school?

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Another article detailing Komeito's uphill battle for legitimacy because of its ties to hated Ikeda and Soka Gakkai

Japanese Voters Wary Of Party Tied to Sect

By Kathryn Tolbert May 26, 2000

Whether Japan's ruling coalition retains power after the June 25 election may depend on the success of candidates like Otohiko Endo in convincing voters that he is not a religious zealot.

Endo is a member of a political party created by a somewhat shadowy and controversial Buddhist sect, and the emergence of the party as a cornerstone in Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori's three-party ruling coalition has unnerved some Japanese voters.

On a recent afternoon, Endo sat with a small group of voters in the living room of a home in Tokyo's Ota ward and talked about how his New Komeito party is working to lower the monthly fee the elderly must pay for nursing care insurance.

He pointed out that Komeito recently pressed successfully for an extension of family subsidies for children up to 6 years old. He promised to get a seaweed museum built to honor the role that harvesting seaweed once played in the ward's livelihood.

Endo is representative of his party's effort to shed its image as the political arm of Soka Gakkai, a lay Buddhist organization with 8 million followers in Japan and another 2 million overseas, including 300,000 in the United States.

"Of course I'm inspired by the ideas of Buddhism," said Endo, 53, a former diplomat who has represented Ota ward for the past 10 years. "But I'm not in the position of promoting the interests of Soka Gakkai. We have no institutional or legal relationship."

Komeito, a liberal, populist party established in 1964 by Soka Gakkai, advocates such things as free textbooks, help for small businesses and last year's voucher giveaway to help increase consumer spending.

#But the public is wary of Soka Gakkai because of its history of aggressive proselytizing, its reverence for the sect's leader, Daisaku Ikeda, and its ability to mobilize millions of votes.

Former prime minister Keizo Obuchi's move bringing the party into a coalition government last fall--to secure a majority in the upper chamber, the House of Councillors-- turned the spotlight again on Komeito's tie to Soka Gakkai.

**Some say Komeito's presence in the government violates the constitution, which prohibits religious organizations from exercising political power. They question whether Komeito is a party for ordinary people

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[1.5 Gen Korean-Canadian] Amateur historical analysis on older generation of Korean immigrants

First, I would like to write this article, in hope that it will help someone understand how it all came to be. As a person who finally became able to see both side as free from own bias as possible, I think everyone needs to know the truth. Then again, I am not in anyway backing up the parents who caused painful griefs. Just...I need to write things here

As a 1.5 generation or 2nd generation immigrant from South Korea, I have been living in disarray, missed out so much from both side of Korea (got bullied a lot from school, for fuck's sake Seoul-Gyeongi-province (Ontario equivalent in Canada) is pretty harsh mentality compared to other) and Canada (missed out cuz I had to study hard and worked, could not really have experiences to make friends), I decided to read and this hobby carried on so much that I became interested to the history of South Korea; though I knew a bit. These key events are the markers that provides the foundation of the common brutal and competitive mentality of modern-era Korea up-until 203

  1. No need to go back that long, about 120 years ago, this dynasty Joseon, which lasted for 500 years of prosperity and turmoil, had this interesting socio-dynamic pattern of strong centralized government ruled by Confucianism, heavily segregated by the social ranks. There was a meritocracy system called Gwa-goe (과거시험제도) which is basically like government-approved national exam to hire public servants. and only way to move up the ladder is to invest as much capitals available to make connections between senior government officials who has lots of experiences to size up how the test is going to be like and since back in those days it is hard to get textbooks (all handwritten, and many illiterate), they had to find connections to buy the expensive books. They had to travel 3 months to reach to the capital, which, back in those days, is very risky because of bandits, terrible roads, no communication.
  2. Joseon government had a terrible history of abandoning citizens, during the Japanese invasion of Imjin Years. South Korean government committed atrocity of abandoning the citizens during the Korean War, (fed the disinformation to guard the workplace to do crowd control, and blew up the Han River Bridge, and later, some of the ultra right wing militia supported by the government framed the innocent people into commies, and shooting them)
  3. Joseon government during the imperialist era failed to open up to the Western imperialism and adjusted. Japan
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[Rant] History is not useless!

So many people believes history to be useless, iveejust saw someone that said: 'choose econs, it's useful in our daily life today while history serves no purpose'. Like gurl, did you ever sfudied history????

History is not useless. If it's useless why would seab even offer it as a subject? History gives us a glimps of what have happened in the past, and how it shaped the believes and customs of a people. CMC thought us the importance of international communication, the rise of the economies of the 4 Asian tiger taught the developing world how to advance as an economy, the chapters on UN tells us the current political climate of the world. It's funny how we can even choose to study WW2 in sec school, some people who did not take hist in upper sec does not realise the true atrocities that the third rech and the risng sun have commited during that time, imagine seeing a SS logo on a shirtand (oh that looks cool) proceed to wear it on vacation to Europe, boom instant scorn and maybe even jail. Same goes for westerners who gets angry and upset when they see swastks all over Asia, when it originally meant peace and wellness in multiple world cultures. Hell we don't even study Chinese history in school, when the main reason South east Asia is like today is because Zhenghe and the waves of Chinese immigrants starting from the 1400s, did you know it is zhenghe who hasten the spread of Islm in south east Asia? Same goes for Indian history, Hnduism and Bddhism have large impacts on SEA history and yet we basically ignore them in our history syllabus. Isn't it embarrassing to not know the history of your own people? To not know to origin story of your culture? To not know know the people and event that even allowed you to exist? Of course econs probability have more use in our lives TODAY, but straight up stating history serves no purpose is definitely myopic.

Imo I think the history syllabus is Singapore is definitely lacking, history is a compulsory subject in high school for almost every single country. While in Singapore you can basically choose to ignore it after sec 2. The topics tested is also quite dissapointing as they mostly goes through Cold war + Asia economy + south east Asia history, which I definitely relevant for life in SEA, but to leave out the modern history of Africa , south America and everything else in Asia is bad. Not to add that we completely do not learn pre modern history, no dynatical Chinese history, no medieval European history, not e

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My Favorite Horror Films From Every Year (2019-1895)

(2019) The Lighthouse

The story in this film is shrouded in mystery but the clues and tools needed to decipher it do exist and with a rewatch, finding them felt so rewarding. It's the kind of movie that I want to make my friends watch, simply so I have someone to discuss it with. It's one of the best horror films I've ever seen.

Runners-up: Little Monsters, Furie, I Am Mother, Glass, Crawl, Ma, Godzilla: King of Monsters, Us, Color Out of Space, Ready or Not, Midsommar, Zombieland: Double Tap, The Head Hunter

(2018) The House That Jack Built

In my mind, this is Lars Von Trier's masterpiece and Matt Dillon's best performance to date. It's hands down the most fun, engaging, darkly humorous, disturbing, bleak and creative film I've seen this year.

Runners-up: Annihilation, Apostle, The Bad Seed, Summer of 84, Mandy, Upgrade, Calibre, Hereditary, A Quiet Place, Bird Box, Lords of Chaos, Head Count, The Witch in the Window, Dragged Across Concrete, Braid, Climax, Incident in a Ghostland, Hold the Dark, The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The Bigfoot, The Strangers: Pray at Night, Suspiria, Halloween, Monster Party

(2017) Mother!

Mother! is an incredibly conscientious statement on the nature of humanity, steeped in religious allegory. The last 30 min or so makes up for any weariness over the pacing. It’s one of the most intense, impressive sequences I’ve seen in a horror film in the last decade. The absolute perfect icing on the cake for what is such a masterful dip into surrealism.

Runners-up: Errementari: The Blacksmith and the Devil, The Endless, You Were Never Really Here, The Ritual, The Killing of a Sacred Deer, Creep 2, Brawl in Cell Block 99, It, It Comes at Night, Get Out, Tigers are Not Afraid, Jungle, Cold Skin, The Crecent, Pyewacket, A Ghost Story, The Bar, Ghost Stories

(2016) The Wailing

The photography direction and cinematography are astounding. I could pause the movie at any given moment and marvel at an iconic photograph. This film had me guessing up until the very last moments. It’s exactly what I crave, an unapologetically evil entry into horror cinema.

Runners-up: *Better Watch Out, Boys in the Trees, We are the Flesh, ‘Sweet, Sweet Lonely Girl’, Here Alone, The Girl with all the Gifts, Raw, Nocturnal Animals, A Dark Song, The Void, Split, Train to Busan, Arrival, The Eyes of My Mother, Blair Witch, The Good Neighbor, Don’t Breathe

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Wrestling Observer Rewind ★ Jun. 10, 2002

Going through old issues of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter and posting highlights in my own words. For anyone interested, I highly recommend signing up for the actual site at f4wonline and checking out the full archives.


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At 300 feet, The Motherland Calls in Volgograd is one the tallest statues in the world. Pics of inner workings in comments. imgur.com/HO3kEpM
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Explaining Chinese Indonesians to Malaysians

When comparing Indonesia and Malaysia like in these posts 1,2 and 3, some believe that whole scale genocide was committed against Chinese Indonesian across Indonesia during the Anti-Communist Purges of 1965, and Chinese Indonesians were frightened into assimilation. Accusations of genocide are difficult to dispel, because historical events are inaccurately reported by the media for generations. This post attempts to address some of the myths and inaccuracies by addressing the following areas.

VIOLENT INDONESIA AND ANTI-CHINESE VIOLENCE

SUHARTO'S POLICY TOWARD CHINESE INDONESIANS

IMPERFECT ASSIMILATION: ASSIMILATING INTO NATIVE SOCIETIES IN MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA

The Indonesia's assimilationist and anti-Chinese policies are often lumped with the rise and fall of Suharto; however, such policies predate Suharto, and he begun to remove some of the laws 6 years before he resigned, after he restored relations with the PRC.

While the first two topics are devoted to Indonesia, the third topic will investigate the question of "assimilation" in Malaysia and Indonesia. This comparison is important, because when the issue of vernacular schools or language is raised in Malaysia, people say Malaysia should follow a similar language policy as Indonesia to create unity and standardization. However, the issue is more complicated than language and education.

TLDR:

Ethnic Chinese persecution and discrimination should be seen in the context of a country that had much more violent history and harsh colonial rule than Malaysia. Chinese Indonesians had a key role in this abusive colonial structure which is the key factor in the anti-Chinese sentiment in Indonesia. Political violence direct against Chinese Indonesians should be seen with the overall context.

That being said, the 1965 Anti-Communist Purges was direct at Communist, and Chinese Indonesians made up only 2000-3000 out of 500,000 killed between 1965-1966.

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A question on a Japanese/Korean culture disputes. *Warning could be a bit intense*

A Korean lady I know said some utterly insane sounding things to me lately about Japanese culture. It came out when she found out I practised karate (which she claims is stolen from Korea by the Japanese, ignoring the Okinawan aspect of the history all-together). Now, I dont believe her wording of the subject, but I'd like to ask, knowing very little about Korea in general.

Did Korea have much influence on Japanese culture, such as music, clothing etc without that coming from China or Okinawa first? Main reason I ask is because, while my knowledge is limited in asia to martial arts and mythology mostly, I didnt believe a word that was said to me when it was presented like it is below (which is how she put it to me):

1- Japanese language originated from Korean, they just were too stupid to use the language properly 2- Koreans gave clothing to japanese people, who were naked beforehand 3- Korea tried to teach the japanese how to use cutlery, but refused to give them forks and spoons till they could use chopsticks properly, which never happened 4 - Japan doctors its history, unlike Korea, Korea has history exactly as is and always has been 5 - Japan has a long and well documented history of cannibalizing Koreans, right up until the end of the occupation (this last one sounded utterly unbelievable!)

Now the above sounded hateful/racist to me, making japan out to sound utterly savage and primitive, but is this sort of talk fuelled on the history between the countries or is there anything to suggest Korea influenced any of the things she mentioned? I dont buy the cuttlery thing personally, but possible transmission of fashion or language to an extent makes some sense?

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A solemn review of what happened behind the scenes one year ago

(Translated from the blog http://m.blog.daum.net/d00222a/629?np_nil_b=-1)

On July 31, 2018, a user with nickname 민트우유 posted this on Mnet DC gallery. DC (Digital Camera, historical reference dating back to 1999) gallery is a giant Korean community portal that has forums, also known as major or minor galleries for over 100 topics: individual celebrities, TV shows like Mnet, trains, traveling, and the latest hot issues, for example. Each forum is used not only for online discussions, but also for promoting campaigns involving monetary transactions and reciprocal goodwill between two galleries. For music artists, this can manifest in ways of streaming (to increase view counts) or spamming certain keywords on search engines related to an individual, in order to improve his/her reputation.

Title: (letter of apology) I want to clear my filthy past

“Those who have been here a long time are fully aware that I was the quickest in posting the Mitama Matsuri controversy about Mako, Juri and Miyu, as well as Jurina’s involvement with the Japanese Self-Defence Forces.

[The Mitama Matsuri is a festival associated with honoring the souls of the ancestors and the dead, hosted by the Yasukuni Shrine - known for accommodating the dead war criminals of World War 2.]

This branding of imperialistic right-wing images was done in order to remove potential obstacles to my picks from getting through. It was successful on those at Instiz (largely female-based online community in Korea), gullible enough to still bring up right-wing controversies about them.

In reality, the Mitama Matsuri’s background, history and present significance have little connection to right-wing agenda now. But by framing it as a “festival at Yasukuni Shrine”, many online communities stigmatized those members. Mako was eliminated, Jurina imploded by withdrawing from the program, and Juri is not likely to debut, lol.

You will see that most of the flaming controversies on multiple communities were forged by me. I have prepared a “right-wing concert” propaganda and its rebuttal, and spread the materials even before Produce 48 started. After Produce 48 began, I released my refuting evidence so that Sakura and some other Japanese members could escape this accusation.

The reason I write this is that every controversy, rumor and abusive criticism you see nowadays is a devious tactic of pushing one’s own picks ahead of others. I am running multiple

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(Spoilers Extended) Clashing WWII imagery in show (more kvetching about S8)

Recently started watching bits and pieces of the The Game Revealed documentary (it’s actually pretty cool, the fate of S8 notwithstanding). IDK if y’all have already bitched about this to death, but this exchange regarding E5 stuck in my craw:

(For context, it’s talking heads discussing Arya’s escape from the burning KL)

>Lead Visual Effects Producer Steve Kullback: The journey that Arya’s taking, heavily inspired by the firebombing of Dresden, because what it needs to look like is the firebombing of King’s Landing.
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>Showrunner D.B. Weiss: It was interesting to us that we could - we could take a modern reference and map it onto a pre-modern situation, because we have air firepower in the form of the dragons.
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>Episode Director Miguel Sapochnik: If you see some of the photographs, they’re terrifying photographs, not just of the level of destruction, but you know, there’s people walking to work the next day with decapitated heads lying on the ground. It’s like, it’s a terrifying, terrifying thing.

Not that the producers/director weren’t effective in invoking Dresden circa WWII - during my first viewing, particularly during the final pans of carnage, I started wondering on my own accord if that wasn’t their visual reference. My irritation is more to do with the attack’s legacy (especially in the U.S./Britain) and the showrunner’s insistence on citing it.

In February of 1945 hundreds of heavy bombers from both the British RAF and the American USAAF targeted the eastern German city of Dresden, causing an estimated 22,700 - 25,000 civilian deaths. The justification behind the bombings was that Dresden was the last untouched stronghold of Nazi industrial might and a key location for rail transport. However, the military gain in relation to the death toll and destruction of cultural landmarks has been disputed. The city’s firebombing remains one of the most controversial Allied attacks in the European theatre of WWII.

And that’s the key: Allied attacks.

There’s never been much controversy in condemning any and all Axis actions - they are, after all, a Western synonym for “cartoonish levels of evil.” It’s why every internet argument before it became a meme descended into, “No, you are the Hitler!” It’s also why at the start of the series finale, Daenerys struts out to her faux-Nuremberg Rally, serving up Hugo Boss freshness as Her Satanic Majesty intones about world domination.

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The Black Legend

I just finished this wikipedia article about the Black Legend, the "theory that anti-Spanish political propaganda from the 16th century or earlier, whether about Spain, the Spanish Empire or Hispanic America, was sometimes "absorbed and converted into broadly held stereotypes" that assumed that Spain was "uniquely evil."

I hadn't heard of "The Black Legend" before, though I had heard ideas that would broadly fit into this category. I often wondered why the Spanish were uniquely cruel in the New-World and it seems I may have been suffering from some ancient propaganda. Of course, whether or not there is a Black Legend seems to be still debated by historians. In any case, I found this topic when reading about the English Legion during the Spanish wars of independence in South America. I hadn't heard of this before, so I figured others may be interested as well.

NOTE: the Wikipedia article has a lot of 'citation needed' links and should be read with a skeptical eye. Nonetheless, it seems to be a real historical debate and I'd be interested to hear other takes on it's legitimacy. Currently, I think it's probably a real thing. With that warning in place, I will now quote liberally from the article...

A black legend is described as:

>a historiographical phenomenon in which a sustained trend in historical writing of biased reporting and introduction of fabricated, exaggerated and/or decontextualized facts is directed against particular persons, nations or institutions with the intention of creating a distorted and uniquely inhuman image of them while hiding their positive contributions to history.

I found this interesting and wondered if the United States is currently laboring under its own black legend while simultaneously spreading others, ex. Russia, China. Regardless of who, how, when or what, it does seem that we can find 'fabricated, exaggerated and decontextualized facts' on a daily read of any news and news-lite publication against a plethora of individuals and institutions. It seems that the key component here is not that the besmirched subjects are innocent, but rather they are viewed only through the lens of their mis-deeds. For example:

>In 2012, the British TV show Lonely Planet broadcast an episode

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The Ten Principles of Economics: Explained

We here at /r/neoliberal try (to varying degrees of success) to avoid hero-worship of politicians. And being reddit, most of us are pretty irreligious (with apologies to /u/episcopaladin) so we don’t really have some rules etched on stone tablets saying “this is how you should act”. That being said, we do have a set of ten rules that many of our ideology use when looking at this subreddit’s main interest -- the economy. These rules are N. Gregory Mankiw’s Principles of Economics, they describe the backbone of today’s liberal capitalist economy. From general principles to micro to macro, these rules provide a framework of knowledge of modern economics that is very useful when looking at any part of the economy. And while you should still definitely read the book that these principles are from (I will shill this book any chance I have), I think it’s good to have a very basic overview of these principles somewhere for normies that don’t want to read an 800-page textbook to participate in econ discussions. With all that said, let’s explain some econ.

The very basics

These first four principles are a very general look at some of the rules that govern economics. These are about how people make choices, the most fundamental part of economics.

  1. People face tradeoffs: As I said this is the most fundamental part of economics. Without tradeoffs there are no costs, people could have whatever they wanted and there would be no point to economics. You need to trade things away to get something you want. A classic example is how much to spend on national defense vs spending on domestic issues, eventually you have to give up some of one to get the other. This can also manifest itself in the theory of consumer choice, where people will buy the combination of goods and services that maximizes their utility (that is, the satisfaction of wants) given their budget constraint.
  2. The cost of something is what you give up to get it: “There’s no such thing as a free lunch.” You have to give up something to get another thing, even at no monetary cost you still have to spend the time that you could spend doing something else to receive the thing. This phenomenon is referred to as a thing’s opportunity cost. You can’t get something without giving something up.
  3. Rational people think at the margin: Most economic model
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Planet Dolan's 9 Shocking Attempts to Rewrite History

(Seeing as this didn't seem to post when I resubmitted it the first time, I've decided to resubmit it, sorry if this is a repost.)

Planet Dolan made a video on bad history! I'm just going to copy and paste the text version from their website here. And before you delete this post, they did have sources which they put in a pastebin along with the images they used, I will also put the sources at the end of this post. I believe that this is worthy of being posted here because it's a really well made list of bad history with sources.

(Note that this is a countdown. For some reason the numbers appear reversed when I put it in like that.)

  1. China Ended WWII > Put away all that talk about Hiroshima and Nagasaki, see what actually happened is that China were the ones to stop Imperial Japan from taking over the Pacific. Or at least that’s what was recently said by President Xi Jinping at a military parade celebrating the victory over the Japanese. While 15 million Chinese died during Japan’s invasion that lasted 14 years, the rest of the world would agree that nuclear bombs played more of a role in ending the war. Many have seen this as an attempt this as an attempt to rewrite history in order to foster more nationalism in China, it’s not like a google search can’t prove their president wrong….oh wait.

  2. Van Gogh’s Ear > You’ve probably heard a little “romantic” story about how Vincent Van Gogh was so crazy in love with a woman that he CUT his EAR off for her. Yeah that one is pure BS, Van Gogh more probably cut his ear off and gave it to a prostitute because he was drunk. Not as romantic, ew…I hope it wasn’t supposed to be a form of payment. Though it’s also possible that Van Gogh didn’t cut the ear off himself either, losing it in a duel with fellow painter Gauguin. Either someone tried to rewrite history to make Van Gogh seem like a crazy romantic rather than just artist crazy.

  3. War of the Worlds > Remember being silly people were in the past because they went into a mass panic over a radio broadcast of “War of the Worlds”? Man that sure made old timey people sound stupid, so it’s lucky for them that it never goddamn happened. Newspapers reported the mass hysteria but independent fact checking at the time showed that small audience who tuned in knew it was a real alien invasion. This would be because the station played disclaimers before every ad break and…well becau

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AskHistorians Master Book List II

This thread has reached the character limit. That means there are an enormous number of suggestions in the thread that are not in the list. Until a solution is devised, please continue adding recommendations, and those searching for books can use CTRL+F.

Meta thread for suggestions and discussion.

The first list.

This will be identical to the previous list, only I will insist much more strongly on the proper format. This format is:

  • Book title by Author (date--optional): short, two-to-three sentence description here.

Do not put author name first. Do not give just a list of books. Do not put your descriptions in the first person (no "I really like this book because...", rather "this book is good because...").Make sure the description is actually descriptive (Don't just write "this is a great book on early modern France!" Obviously it is, because this list should consist of exclusively really great books, and I am, after all, putting it in the Early Modern France section). In general, more detail is better than less--if someone is planning on reading an entire book on the subject, have faith they can wade through a few sentences on the book.


General/Historiography

General

  1. The Human Past by Chris Scarre (ed.): A very readable, although also very expensive, overview of all of human history from an archaeological perspective. It's very detailed, and used as an introductory book in many universities. Still updated.

  2. How Humans Evolved by Boyd and Silk: Everything is also discussed by The Human Past, but Boyd and Silk have slightly different opinions and reading both keeps you updated not only on 'how it was' but most importantly what the current debate is and what arguments are used. Also very readable and almost compulsory for everyone into 'evolutionary anything'.


Modern

General

  1. The Birth of the Modern World: Global Connections and Comparisons 1780-1914 by C.A. Bayly. The book, written by someone who is not a specialist in Western Europe, shows the myriad "modernities" that started emerging in the long 19th century and showing how the Western, eventually dominant one, interacted with th
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Why India matters? ( A case for Indian Democracy)

Indian Democracy is 68 years old. On January 26, 1950. We adopted our Constitution that guarantees equal rights, to all citizens, regardless of gender, religion or race. This might seem like an obvious and an outdated fact, that our country has these foundations doesn't seem like a particularly striking or impressive thing. But I'd like to make a case for it, and list out why India is really important.

Now, the preamble to the Constitution states thus;

"We, the People of India having solemnly resolved to constitute India into a Sovereign, Socialist, Secular, Democratic, Republic and to secure to all its citizens;

  • Justice, social, economic, political;

  • Liberty of thought, expression, belief, faith and worship;

  • Equality of status and opportunity; and to promote among them all;

  • Fraternity, assuring the dignity of the individual and the unity and integrity of the nation..."

#LET ME PROVOKE YOU WITH THE FOLLOWING SENTENCE.

#--------- "India is the sole beacon of Democracy in Asia" ----------

This statement might seem like a hyperbole. Because Asia is thought to be a mild continent with the notorious exception of the middle east. Let us go through a case by case analysis of my preposterous statement.

First lets take our closest neighbours, the SAARC countries.

  • #Afghanistan-

This country is the most volatile nation in Asia, one of the most dangerous battlegrounds of the world, Afghanistan has seen tumultuous times, it had seen two civil wars, where rival factions were supported by opposite Blocs of the Cold War and other nations, which has lead to the worst case of Islamic insurgency in the world, prior to the rise of ISIS, something that is still a problem in the country. Even though Afghanistan has adopted Democracy in 2001, it enjoys none of the ideals guaranteed in our Preamble. The Taliban still controls a large portion of the country, and Democracy is limited to the Afghan embassies, and even as far as Democracy goes, Afghanistan isn't a pure one. It is an Islamic Republic.

  • #Bangladesh -

    Bangladesh's history is often ignored when people even talk about Bangladesh's history. The popular narration of Bangladesh's history often goes like this; Bengalis of East Pakistan were horribly treated by West Pakistanis-->, they rebelled and rioted-->, which were quashed-->, a bloody civil war ensued-->, India intervened-->, the nation of Bangladesh was born. Beyond this, th

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The AskHistorians Master Book List

This is for "above average" general readers. If the book averages two or more footnotes per page, think twice and justify its inclusion. Secondary and tertiary sources are strongly favored: this is for general readers. Feel free to ignore these suggestions, but include reasons for why you are ignoring it (ie, "This is an academic work, but is highly readable"). As Agentdcf pointed out, we don't want this turning into the "History" section at the Barnes & Noble, but also bare in mind that these works should be accessible both in terms of content and in terms of availability. Anything, however, is acceptable with sufficient justification.

So, without further ado:

General

  1. Why the West Rules, for Now by Ian Morris: An excellent overview of both Western and Eastern history. Morris combines a readable style and an ability to explain historical concepts in an easy manner with a historian's rigor. An excellent introduction to the topic of historical studies.

  2. A Little History of the World by Ernst Gombrich. It is essentially a summary of human history to around the 1930s. I read this when I was younger - it's aimed perfectly at interested children, and manages to be accessible and entertaining without being condescending.

  3. Cities by John Reader. A social history of the development of cities - particularly good chapters on the Renaissance and Mexico City stick in my mind.

  4. Winchester's Atlantic is a very interesting history of the Atlantic Ocean, and particularly of the relationship between Britain and the Americas. It is somewhat similar to Kurlansky and Bryson's work but still enjoyable. Winchester has also written a book on the invention of the dictionary - I haven't read it but it's supposed to be excellent.

  5. The Mediterranean in the Time of Philip the Second by Fernand Braudel: Possibly the most important work of history of the 20th cen. I probably wouldn't argue this, but my point is the case can and has been made. It's a major major work -- and tremendously written. When we talk about Jared Diamond, we're talking about big, long, slow processes as determining the shape of history. That's Braudel, in a nutshell--except he tried to deal with everything from trade, warfare, religion, urbanism, naval technology, culture, individual agency, etc. He may not have succeeded in explaining everything, but he literally changed the game in France in the 1950s and 60s (and 70s in America, when his work was translated into English).

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[Event] Political Developments in Japan

A number of political developments have emerged throughout Japan, these have included education reform, a diplomatic request, a response to decreasing growth rates, and disaster preparedness. Prime Minister Yoshimichi has a significantly higher approval rating than his predecessor, and the Bank of Japan believes that the current economic downturn will end within a period of two years. The Japanese Armed Forces have sent in a series of white papers and requests, which will supposedly drastically increase Japanese defense spending by the end of the decade. Prime Minister Yoshimichi has experienced some international and liberal backlash, after attending the Yakusuki Shrine with other governmental leaders, and the Head Justice of the Supreme Court.

Prime Minister Yoshimichi took office and immediately began pursuing an education reform bill. This reform bill was one of his stated campaign goals, and included reviving the cultural history of Japan in the modern Japanese people, while also offering a Japanese view of historical events. It will also require that graduation from secondary schools will not be possible until a cultural/social class is completed with passing marks. This could would educate on the culture of Japan, in particular areas in other parts of the country, and the cultural history of Japan. Furthermore it would address rising social issues in Japan, like high suicide rates, decreasing population growth rates, a rapidly aging population, and the exterior pressure affecting Japan. This bill has been called nationalist, revisionist, and borderline illegal.

The bill established an Education Reform Committee, to be appointed by the Prime Minister, and Minister of Education. This Education Reform Committee will oversee textbook designation for all courses, national education strategy, and standardized testing across the country. The seven person committee has already been accused of revisionism, designating a series of new textbooks for history and social studies courses, which present a more revisionist and "Japanese" view of history. These allegations have been denied, but few refute the implication that Yoshimichi is reforming the education system indirectly through this Committee, to fall in line with his views, which are certainly nationalist, and sometime seen as revisionist.

The bill was passed with almost 2/3 support, primarily from the three conservative and nationalist parties within the National Diet. Prime Minister Yoshimichi haile

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(Extremely) Long and Detailed timeline of Sargon

SarYEAR: -17287200- EarYEAR: -31622400-

1.82923781758 Sargonian Years during 1 Earth Year.

Set the Sargonian Year 0 to August 12, 0:00:00 PM, 3109 BC in Earth Years.

Find the number of years in between Sargonian Year 0 and Your desired Date. Multiply this Date by 1.82923781758

5,360 Earth years from Sargonian Year 0 and Eccian Destruction of Earth.

DATES DISPLAYED IN EARTH YEARS, AND BOLDED DATES TAKE PLACE ON EARTH

14344 BC: The First crawl out of the Underground Caves, as they are Black Sargonians.

9003 BC: The First die out. No one knows how, or why, but somehow only one tribe of them remained underground. Blue Sargonians, Green Sargonians, and Orange Sargonians have many tribes. The Wise Man was a Green Sargonian who was a young, young man of around 43 at this time. He learned and studied underneath one of The First, but he refused to tell any tales of them before he died. His writings are kept sacred and hidden in The Textbook by himself at this time.

6342 BC: Shortform and Longform are invented.

4034 BC: Sargon was built and the three tribes are united under one cause: To survive in the world, and to create a species of intelligence. They prevail.

3114 BC: Jesus meets the Mayans. They incorporate his birth into their calendar as to when the world would “end.”

3113 BC: Jesus Travels to Ancient Sargon. He teaches the Sargonians about social systems and how to raise crops, etc.

August 12, 0:00:00 PM, 3109 BC: Jesus forges Rajoxle in Sargon. He gives it it’s traditional powers, and begins his reign as the first King of Sargon.

3102 BC: Jesus leaves Sargon, giving his power to the first Sargonians he met, the Wise Man. The Wise Man becomes the King of Sargon, and through techniques taught to him by the First, he lives for many thousand years.

2109 BC: Sargonian Year 1000.

1000 BC: People start to come to The Wise Man for sage advice.

194 BC: The Wise Man dies. The Textbook was given to Fardi, the only person the Wise Man trusted. Sanka Chun-Do becomes the King of Sargon, was handed Rajoxle by The Wise Man as the Wise Man lay on his deathbed.

30 AD: Jesus meets Judas.

31 AD: Jesus starts a peaceful movement. H realizes he was Jesus, takes on the name of Jesus.

32 AD: Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist.

33 AD: Jesus nearly dies on the cross. He was saved by a team of human researchers who are fascinated about his life.

146 AD: Fardi dies, and passes The Textbook down to his son, Crube-ele.

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Wrestling Observer Rewind ★ Dec. 5, 1999

Going through old issues of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter and posting highlights in my own words. For anyone interested, I highly recommend signing up for the actual site at f4wonline and checking out the full archives.


PREVIOUS YEARS ARCHIVE: 19911992199319941995199619971998

1-4-1999 1-11-1999 1-18-1999 1-25-1999
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  3. Quantitative Methods for Business, 13th Edition: David R. Anderson & Dennis J. Sweeney& Thomas A. Williams& Jeffrey D. Camm & James J. Cochran

  4. Qualitative Research & Evaluation Methods, 4th Edition: Michael Quinn Patton

  5. Public Policymaking, 8th Edition: James E. Anderson

  6. Psychology: The Briefer Course: William James

  7. Professional Nursing: Concepts & Challenges, 8th Edition: Beth Black

  8. Prioritization, Delegation, and Assignment, 4th Edition: Linda A. LaCharity & Candice K. Kumagai

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My Favorite Films From Every Year (2018-1895)

(2018) The House That Jack Built

In my mind, this is Lars Von Trier's masterpiece and Matt Dillon's best performance to date. It's hands down the most fun, engaging, darkly humorous, disturbing, bleak and creative film I've seen this year.

Runners-up: Annihilation, Apostle, The Bad Seed, Summer of 84, Mandy, Upgrade, Calibre, Hereditary, A Quiet Place, Bird Box

(2017) Mother!

Mother! is an incredibly conscientious statement on the nature of humanity, steeped in religious allegory. The last 30 min or so makes up for any weariness over the pacing. It’s one of the most intense, impressive sequences I’ve seen in a horror film in the last decade. The absolute perfect icing on the cake for what is such a masterful dip into surrealism.

Runners-up: Errementari: The Blacksmith and the Devil, The Endless, You Were Never Really Here, The Ritual, The Killing of a Sacred Deer, Creep 2, Brawl in Cell Block 99, It, It Comes at Night, Get Out

(2016) The Wailing

The photography direction and cinematography are astounding. I could pause the movie at any given moment and marvel at an iconic photograph. This film had me guessing up until the very last moments. It’s exactly what I crave, an unapologetically evil entry into horror cinema.

Runners-up: Better Watch Out, Boys in the Trees, We are the Flesh, ‘Sweet, Sweet Lonely Girl’, Here Alone, The Girl with all the Gifts, Raw, Nocturnal Animals, A Dark Song, The Void, Split, Train to Busan, Arrival, The Eyes of My Mother, Blair Witch, The Good Neighbor, Don’t Breathe, Phantasm: Ravager, Swiss Army Man, Before I Wake, The Shallows, In the Deep

(2015) The Witch

I really think it focused on expressing the idea of evil being a completely separate entity from god and that the characters in the film can do fuck-all about it. The incredible struggle that every single character is going through in this film is palpable in literally every shot. It’s astounding how well Robert Eggers was able to get this exposition across with such little dialogue.

Runners-up: Tale of Tales, The Gift, The Devil’s Candy, I Am a Hero, The Lure, Evolution, Hell House LLC, Landmine Goes Click, Green Room, The Visit, The Final Girls

(2014) Alleluia

It’s a gritty tale of heartbreak, loneliness, jealousy, greed and obsession. It’s just fucking real; the kills feel impulsive and impactful. It’s also shot in this dirty format where both killer’s (the woman’s more so) physical appearances degr

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  1. Writing Analytically,8th Edition:David Rosenwasser

  2. Astronomy: A Beginner's Guide to the Universe, 7th Edition:Eric Chaisson & Steve McMillan

  3. Rock and Roll: Its History and Stylistic Development,7th Edition:Joe Stuessy& Scott D. Lipscomb

  4. Organization Development: The Process of Leading Organizational Change,4th Edition:Donald L. Anderson

  5. Calculus, 7th Edition:James Stewart

  6. Understanding Psychology, 13th Edition:Robert S Feldman

  7. Java How To Program (Early Objects),10th Edition:Paul J. Deitel & Harvey Deitel;

  8. Western Civilizations - Their History & Their Culture (18th Ed)(Combined Volume)(gnv64): Joshua Cole & Carol Symes

  9. Customer Relationship Management: Concept, Strategy, and Tools, 2nd Edition: V. Kumar & Werner Reinartz

  10. Mastering the Reading Section for the TOEFL iBT:Kathy Spratt

  11. Workbook for Hegner/Acello/Caldwell's Nursing Assistant: A Nursing Process Approach, 11th Edition:Barbara Acello

  12. Essentials of Strategic Management: The Quest for Competitive Advantage,6th Edition:John Gamble

  13. Nurse Operating Room (CNOR): Specialty Review and Self-Assessment: Danna Flowers & Tammy Toney-Butler

  14. CNOR Exam Practice Questions,1st Edition:CNOR Exam Secrets Test Prep Staff

  15. Essential Calculus, 2nd Edition:James Stewart

  16. Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Fourth Edition:Mehdi Khosrow-Pou

  17. Criminal Procedure,3rd Edition:Matthew Lippman

  18. Awakening: An Introduction to the History of Eastern Thought, 5th Edition:Patrick S. Bresnan

  19. Shelly Cashman Series Microsoft Office 365 & Excel 2016: Comprehensive (MindTap Course List) 1st Edition: Steven M. Freund & Joy L. Starks & Eric Schmieder

  20. Climate Change: The Science of Global Warming and Our Energy Future ,1st Edition:Edmond Mathez & Jason Smerdon

  21. Evaluating Public and Community Health Programs,2nd Edition:Muriel J. Harris

  22. Rules for Writers with 2016 MLA Update,8th Edition: Diana Hacker & Nancy Sommers

  23. Business

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My Favorite Horror Films From Every Year (2018-1895)

(2018) The House That Jack Built

In my mind, this is Lars Von Trier's masterpiece and Matt Dillon's best performance to date. It's hands down the most fun, engaging, darkly humorous, disturbing, bleak and creative film I've seen this year.

Runners-up: Annihilation, Apostle, The Bad Seed, Summer of 84, Mandy, Upgrade, Calibre, Hereditary, A Quiet Place, Bird Box

(2017) Mother!

Mother! is an incredibly conscientious statement on the nature of humanity, steeped in religious allegory. The last 30 min or so makes up for any weariness over the pacing. It’s one of the most intense, impressive sequences I’ve seen in a horror film in the last decade. The absolute perfect icing on the cake for what is such a masterful dip into surrealism.

Runners-up: Errementari: The Blacksmith and the Devil, The Endless, You Were Never Really Here, The Ritual, The Killing of a Sacred Deer, Creep 2, Brawl in Cell Block 99, It, It Comes at Night, Get Out

(2016) The Wailing

The photography direction and cinematography are astounding. I could pause the movie at any given moment and marvel at an iconic photograph. This film had me guessing up until the very last moments. It’s exactly what I crave, an unapologetically evil entry into horror cinema.

Runners-up: Better Watch Out, Boys in the Trees, We are the Flesh, ‘Sweet, Sweet Lonely Girl’, Here Alone, The Girl with all the Gifts, Raw, Nocturnal Animals, A Dark Song, The Void, Split, Train to Busan, Arrival, The Eyes of My Mother, Blair Witch, The Good Neighbor, Don’t Breathe, Phantasm: Ravager, Swiss Army Man, Before I Wake, The Shallows, In the Deep

(2015) The Witch

I really think it focused on expressing the idea of evil being a completely separate entity from god and that the characters in the film can do fuck-all about it. The incredible struggle that every single character is going through in this film is palpable in literally every shot. It’s astounding how well Robert Eggers was able to get this exposition across with such little dialogue.

Runners-up: Tale of Tales, The Gift, The Devil’s Candy, I Am a Hero, The Lure, Evolution, Hell House LLC, Landmine Goes Click, Green Room, The Visit, The Final Girls

(2014) Alleluia

It’s a gritty tale of heartbreak, loneliness, jealousy, greed and obsession. It’s just fucking real; the kills feel impulsive and impactful. It’s also shot in this dirty format where both killer’s (the woman’s more so) physical appearances degr

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Mega eTextbooks/ebooks thread (Part 10) Find your textbooks here between $5-$25 :)
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  1. Tourism: Principles, Practices, Philosophies,12th Edition:Charles R. Goeldner & J. R. Brent Ritchie

  2. The Video Game Debate,1st Edition: Rachel Kowert & Thorsten Quandt

  3. Nutrition Assessment: Clinical and Research Applications, 1st Edition: Nancy Munoz &, Melissa Bernstein

  4. Handbook of Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine, 1st Edition: Jerry M. Suls & Karina W. Davidson & Robert M. Kaplan

  5. The Science of Psychology: An Appreciative View,3rd Edition:Laura A. King

  6. The Rehabilitation Specialist's Handbook; 4th Edition:Serge H. Roy & Steven L. Wolf & David A. Scalzitti

  7. The Reluctant Fundamentalist:Mohsin Hamid

  8. Final Gifts: Understanding the Special Awareness,: Maggie Callanan & Patricia Kelley

  9. The Purposeful Argument: A Practical Guide,2nd

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Mega eTextbooks release thread (part-11)! Find your textbooks here between $5-$25 :)
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  • Almost all the books are in their latest editions and some of them are available in multiple editions too

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  • Books are delivered through Google-Drive or Dropbox links within a few minutes/seconds of payment

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  1. Real-Life BPMN, 3rd Edition: Jakob Freund & Bernd Rücker

  2. Reading the World: Ideas That Matter, 3rd Edition: Michael Austin

  3. Quantitative Methods for Business, 13th Edition: David R. Anderson & Dennis J. Sweeney& Thomas A. Williams& Jeffrey D. Camm & James J. Cochran

  4. Qualitative Research & Evaluation Methods, 4th Edition: Michael Quinn Patton

  5. Public Policymaking, 8th Edition: James E. Anderson

  6. Psychology: The Briefer Course: William James

  7. Professional Nursing: Concepts & Challenges, 8th Edition: Beth Black

  8. Prioritization, Delegation, and Assignment, 4th Edition: Linda A. LaCharity & Candice K. Kumagai

  9. Persuasion : Soc

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Mega eTextbooks release thread (part-10)! Find your textbooks here between $5-$25 :)
  • Kindly note that the price range mentioned above is only for the books in the megathread list. Any requested books unavailable in the list can cost more, so please do not make any wrong assumptions.

  • If you find your book in the thread below, comment "PMed" below and then send your request by clicking here (expect super quick replies).

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  • Almost all the books are in their latest editions and some of them are available in multiple editions too

  • All the payments would be upfront and accepted payment modes are PayPal/BTC/ETH/LTC. Gift cards can also be accepted in special cases

  • Books are delivered through Google-Drive or Dropbox links within a few minutes/seconds of payment

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  1. Writing Analytically,8th Edition:David Rosenwasser

  2. Astronomy: A Beginner's Guide to the Universe, 7th Edition:Eric Chaisson & Steve McMillan

  3. Rock and Roll: Its History and Stylistic Development,7th Edition:Joe Stuessy& Scott D. Lipscomb

  4. Organization Development: The Process of Leading Organizational Change,4th Edition:Donald L. Anderson

  5. Calculus, 7th Edition:James Stewart

  6. Understanding Psychology, 13th Edition:Robert S Feldman

  7. Java How To Program (Early Objects),10th Edition:Paul J. Deitel & Harvey Deitel;

  8. Western Civilizations - Their History & Their Culture (18th Ed)(Combined Volume)(gnv64): Joshua Cole & Carol Symes

  9. Cust

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