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Anonymous
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No.785
Ub is as read as it gets.
How do you become a good politician, what kind of studies do you need?
Obviously politics, economics and speech are a need, but what else?

>In this thread we improve political skills
Anonymous
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No.786
This video is all you need to know: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r8Y-P0v2Hh0

Law degrees, military careers etc. are irrelevant, you just need MEME POWER.

I would recommend learning logic and rhetoric in order to form coherent arguments. While a degree in it is verboten, literature is also helpful as it brings one more in touch with the rest of humanity, broadens one's soul, and improves language ability. Also, it needs to be a given that you read the principle books of every major ideology, since if you understand your enemy you can more easily counter him.
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No.787
Effectively, listening to Hitler or Mosley is a good start for building oratory skills. Confidence is always key. However, you can't always be a Hitler, or even as Fashy as you would want to be, so I suggest William Jennings Bryan for some of his more iconic speech traits. Reminder; every politican (even Trump) nowadays does this thing which they're overly ambiguous or don't even say anything at all! Use this to your advantage. Or, call them out on it!
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Philosophy.
You need to have a reason, a good reason why you want to change anything and passion.

Anonymous
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No.959
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Is it worth it to become a politician tho?
Anonymous
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No.962
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>>959
No, becoming a revolutionary is preferable.
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>>962
How does one archived this, take the government on my own?
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>>963
Becoming a one man army is hard, however there are guides to do this, but it is not worth it. I fully suggest not going through with it. The government is watching. Hint. Hint.
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No.965
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>>964
Where can someone find these guides?
Anonymous
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>>964
But I mean, like, is it worth it to take on the government by force?
How does someone archive this, i see it as impossible to do as an one-man army as every country has at least a self defense group, even if you kidnap the president, how do you make the whole country accept you?
nucular codes?
Anonymous
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>>966
I suggest being wary here with the topic.
>>965
It's pretty easy to find. From the anarchist cookbook to obscure shit on 8chan.
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Okay I have to change my statement
You dont just need philosopy
Learn every thing you can!

Most important are psychology, biology, and economics and go from there

Also the most famous books in the history of mankind are famous for a reason
Anonymous
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No.1590
>>1234
History and geography are useful too.
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>>963
To make you own moves, you first need to understand theirs. You need to read "the prince" by Machiavelli.
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>>1234
It's been two years since i posted this thread.
I have been quite a lot off the internet, not only that but i picked up a few hobbies and got quite well versed in philosophy, math and science, i already elaborated a plan on how to solve the economic problems of my country, now i only need the right age to become a candidate (35 that is)

>>1591
I'll make sure to check it out, anon, danke!
Anonymous
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No.1608
>>1591
>"the prince" by Machiavelli.
Yup.
Anonymous
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>>1607
>quite well versed
Impossible over two years. There is always more to learn and picking a specialization (such as economics) may be worth it so long as you can also apply general knowledge. I cannot consider you well-read in economics if you have not gone through the essential works of Murray Rothbard.

In addition, "The Bell Curve" is an underappreciated empirical supplement in an economic sphere. Add some Alt-Hype to the mix and you'll be on the right track.

For comparison, I plan to write a book in ~8 years and most of that will be comprehensive study of politics, history, economics, sociology, philosophy, theology, etc. I have serious doubts as to whether that's enough time or if I could do a good job of it.