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lord-kitschener:

screw off, Taco, you shit in a box of gravel

posted on septembre 15th   132 298 notes   via thehoneyinthelion   Source

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critiques of socialist states based on the idea of a “cult of personality” are fascinating to me in that it manages to ignore the fact the united states desecrated a sacred mountain to carve four of their presidents faces into it, as well as creating a six-star general rank just so george washington would always be the highest ranked general in the u.s. armed forces.

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Anonyme: Can problematic kinks or fetishes be used in a progressive way?

fluvicoline:

um

do you have a land redistribution fetish

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class-struggle-anarchism:

frozenrevolutionary:

class-struggle-anarchism:

indylass:

http://www.indyposterboy.info/scottish-independence.asp

Hmmm this narrative doesn’t sit right with me
How many of those 146 countries didn’t so much “choose” independence as win it from former colonial masters, colonial masters like, yes, Scotland.
Let’s not kid ourselves that our situation is similar to that of countries emerging from imperial domination. We were the dominators.

And also one of the first victims of English colonialism.  So Scotland might not have to fight tooth and nail and wade through English blood in the modern day to become independent, but does that mean that it shouldn’t go through regardless?

Yeah it should, I’m for independence even though I don’t think it’ll make the drastic changes people think it will…
My problem is with a recurrent narrative within the Yes campaign which draws a false equivalence between Scotland and countries which were/are real victims of imperialism – Scotland, as an enthusiastic partner in the British imperial project, was not a victim but a perpetrator, which benefited greatly from the Empire at the expense of the rest of the world. The tendency to see Scotland as oppressed and England as the sole baddies is a way of airbrushing Scottish history and washing our hands of our racist, imperialist past. 

class-struggle-anarchism:

frozenrevolutionary:

class-struggle-anarchism:

indylass:

http://www.indyposterboy.info/scottish-independence.asp

Hmmm this narrative doesn’t sit right with me

How many of those 146 countries didn’t so much “choose” independence as win it from former colonial masters, colonial masters like, yes, Scotland.

Let’s not kid ourselves that our situation is similar to that of countries emerging from imperial domination. We were the dominators.

And also one of the first victims of English colonialism.  So Scotland might not have to fight tooth and nail and wade through English blood in the modern day to become independent, but does that mean that it shouldn’t go through regardless?

Yeah it should, I’m for independence even though I don’t think it’ll make the drastic changes people think it will…

My problem is with a recurrent narrative within the Yes campaign which draws a false equivalence between Scotland and countries which were/are real victims of imperialism – Scotland, as an enthusiastic partner in the British imperial project, was not a victim but a perpetrator, which benefited greatly from the Empire at the expense of the rest of the world. The tendency to see Scotland as oppressed and England as the sole baddies is a way of airbrushing Scottish history and washing our hands of our racist, imperialist past. 

posted on septembre 15th   421 notes   via jackmarlowe   Source

downeying:

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today is ozymandias day

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posted on septembre 15th   1 197 notes   via terryj0nes   Source
#no

The Doctor smiles…

posted on septembre 14th   3 671 notes   via theohgodblog   Source

lordofdragonstone:

Twelve in Listen (8.04) 

 What’s wrong with scared? Scared is a superpower.

posted on septembre 14th   702 notes   via thethreehares   Source

❝ Feminist silence about love reflects a collective sorrow about our powerlessness to free all men from the hold patriarchy has on their minds and hearts. ❞

— bell hooks, Communion: The Female Search for Love (via vul-va)
posted on septembre 14th   784 notes   via commiekinkshamer   Source
loish:

long time no post! i went on vacation in june, and upon my return started working on an intensive freelance project with a tight deadline. all other free time was spent watching one of the best shows i’ve ever had the pleasure to watch: battlestar galactica. so i managed to find a few minutes free here and there to draw my three favorite characters from that show :) just started season 4! so sad that i have only this season left :’(
will be posting more starting next week!

loish:

long time no post! i went on vacation in june, and upon my return started working on an intensive freelance project with a tight deadline. all other free time was spent watching one of the best shows i’ve ever had the pleasure to watch: battlestar galactica. so i managed to find a few minutes free here and there to draw my three favorite characters from that show :) just started season 4! so sad that i have only this season left :’(

will be posting more starting next week!

posted on septembre 14th   5 583 notes   via dugdales   Source

some-newtype-bullshit:

EVERY PART OF THIS IS WRONG

Intro

labormov:

the history of working people through the history of cinema,
cinema as an arena of political education and entertainment

  • LABOR HISTORY ▪ CLASS STRUGGLE ▪ INTERNATIONAL SOLIDARITY ▪ POPULAR RESISTANCE
  • PROTEST CULTURE ▪ SOCIAL UNREST AND UPRISING ▪ HARDSHIP ▪ LABOR AND CIVIL RIGHTS
  • MIGRATION ▪ WORKING-CLASS NARRATIVES ▪ COLLECTIVE ACTION ▪ HISTORY-FROM-BELOW
  • ANTI ▪ FASCISM ▪ COLONIALISM ▪ IMPERIALISM ▪ RACISM ▪ NATIONALISM ▪ SEXISM ▪ SLAVERY
  • FEATURE-LENGTH FILMS ▪ MAIN GENRES: REALIST DRAMA, SOCIAL REALISM, NEOREALISM
  • SUBGENRES: LANDMARK DOCUMENTARIES, SATIRICAL COMEDIES, AGITPROP MUSICALS

La classe operaia va in paradiso

A compilation of altogether 128 films, presented in chronological order,
by year of release, in the microblogish format: basic data, links to more
content, multimedia features, metadata. Content is scrollable from here
to 128. For a chronological archive, click on the file cabinet icon above.
For a full alphabetical index, and some alternative indexing:

Read More

posted on septembre 14th   122 notes   via labormov
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Listen. This is just a dream. But very clever people can hear dreams. So, please, just listen. I know you’re afraid. But being afraid is alright because didn’t anybody ever tell you fear is a superpower? Fear can make you faster and cleverer and stronger. And one day you’re going to come back to this barn, and on that day you’re going to be very afraid indeed. But that’s okay. Because if you’re very wise and very strong, fear doesn’t have to make you cruel or cowardly. Fear can make you kind. It doesn’t matter if there’s nothing under the bed or in the dark so long as you know it’s okay to be afraid of it. So listen, if you listen to nothing else, listen to this. You’re always going to be afraid even if you learn to hide it. Fear is like a companion. A constant companion, always there. But that’s okay because fear can bring us together. Fear can bring you home. I’m going to leave you something just so you’ll always remember fear makes companions of us all. 

posted on septembre 13th   238 notes   via makethemintoshoes
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