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"I’m a pessimist because of intelligence, but an optimist because of will."
— Antonio Gramsci (1929)

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lastuli:

1. A landscape of destruction is seen from the bathroom of a Palestinian apartment in Beit Hanoun in the northern Gaza Strip, August 18, 2014. Beit Hanoun was one of the hardest hit areas during Israel’s 50-day assault on Gaza. Photo credit: Thomas Coex
2. A Palestinian woman stands in the frame of a window that had been destroyed as Israel shelled her home in Gaza City’s Shuja’iyya neighborhood, August 11, 2014. An Egyptian-brokered ceasefire put the fighting on pause, but the ceasefire would soon collapse and Israeli air strikes on the Gaza Strip would continue for two more weeks. Photo credit: Hatem Moussa
3. A Palestinian man sits on a dust-covered couch in his damaged living room in Gaza City and inspects the damage to the buildings across from his apartment, July 12, 2014. Photo credit: Ezz Al-Zanoun
4. Palestinian women wearing comfortable prayer clothes take a break and look outside the window of their destroyed home following late night Israeli air strikes in Gaza City, August 20, 2014. Photo credit: Khalil Hamra
5. Palestinian women look out from the window of their home to where the 15-story Basha Tower once stood, August 26, 2014. The tower was destroyed during an early morning Israeli air strike. With an open-ended ceasefire marking the end of Israel’s 50-day onslaught, Palestinians turned their attention to the streets to inspect the damage done to their neighborhoods. Photo credit: Khalil Hamra
From Gaza’s Rectangular Views
lastuli:

1. A landscape of destruction is seen from the bathroom of a Palestinian apartment in Beit Hanoun in the northern Gaza Strip, August 18, 2014. Beit Hanoun was one of the hardest hit areas during Israel’s 50-day assault on Gaza. Photo credit: Thomas Coex
2. A Palestinian woman stands in the frame of a window that had been destroyed as Israel shelled her home in Gaza City’s Shuja’iyya neighborhood, August 11, 2014. An Egyptian-brokered ceasefire put the fighting on pause, but the ceasefire would soon collapse and Israeli air strikes on the Gaza Strip would continue for two more weeks. Photo credit: Hatem Moussa
3. A Palestinian man sits on a dust-covered couch in his damaged living room in Gaza City and inspects the damage to the buildings across from his apartment, July 12, 2014. Photo credit: Ezz Al-Zanoun
4. Palestinian women wearing comfortable prayer clothes take a break and look outside the window of their destroyed home following late night Israeli air strikes in Gaza City, August 20, 2014. Photo credit: Khalil Hamra
5. Palestinian women look out from the window of their home to where the 15-story Basha Tower once stood, August 26, 2014. The tower was destroyed during an early morning Israeli air strike. With an open-ended ceasefire marking the end of Israel’s 50-day onslaught, Palestinians turned their attention to the streets to inspect the damage done to their neighborhoods. Photo credit: Khalil Hamra
From Gaza’s Rectangular Views
lastuli:

1. A landscape of destruction is seen from the bathroom of a Palestinian apartment in Beit Hanoun in the northern Gaza Strip, August 18, 2014. Beit Hanoun was one of the hardest hit areas during Israel’s 50-day assault on Gaza. Photo credit: Thomas Coex
2. A Palestinian woman stands in the frame of a window that had been destroyed as Israel shelled her home in Gaza City’s Shuja’iyya neighborhood, August 11, 2014. An Egyptian-brokered ceasefire put the fighting on pause, but the ceasefire would soon collapse and Israeli air strikes on the Gaza Strip would continue for two more weeks. Photo credit: Hatem Moussa
3. A Palestinian man sits on a dust-covered couch in his damaged living room in Gaza City and inspects the damage to the buildings across from his apartment, July 12, 2014. Photo credit: Ezz Al-Zanoun
4. Palestinian women wearing comfortable prayer clothes take a break and look outside the window of their destroyed home following late night Israeli air strikes in Gaza City, August 20, 2014. Photo credit: Khalil Hamra
5. Palestinian women look out from the window of their home to where the 15-story Basha Tower once stood, August 26, 2014. The tower was destroyed during an early morning Israeli air strike. With an open-ended ceasefire marking the end of Israel’s 50-day onslaught, Palestinians turned their attention to the streets to inspect the damage done to their neighborhoods. Photo credit: Khalil Hamra
From Gaza’s Rectangular Views
lastuli:

1. A landscape of destruction is seen from the bathroom of a Palestinian apartment in Beit Hanoun in the northern Gaza Strip, August 18, 2014. Beit Hanoun was one of the hardest hit areas during Israel’s 50-day assault on Gaza. Photo credit: Thomas Coex
2. A Palestinian woman stands in the frame of a window that had been destroyed as Israel shelled her home in Gaza City’s Shuja’iyya neighborhood, August 11, 2014. An Egyptian-brokered ceasefire put the fighting on pause, but the ceasefire would soon collapse and Israeli air strikes on the Gaza Strip would continue for two more weeks. Photo credit: Hatem Moussa
3. A Palestinian man sits on a dust-covered couch in his damaged living room in Gaza City and inspects the damage to the buildings across from his apartment, July 12, 2014. Photo credit: Ezz Al-Zanoun
4. Palestinian women wearing comfortable prayer clothes take a break and look outside the window of their destroyed home following late night Israeli air strikes in Gaza City, August 20, 2014. Photo credit: Khalil Hamra
5. Palestinian women look out from the window of their home to where the 15-story Basha Tower once stood, August 26, 2014. The tower was destroyed during an early morning Israeli air strike. With an open-ended ceasefire marking the end of Israel’s 50-day onslaught, Palestinians turned their attention to the streets to inspect the damage done to their neighborhoods. Photo credit: Khalil Hamra
From Gaza’s Rectangular Views
lastuli:

1. A landscape of destruction is seen from the bathroom of a Palestinian apartment in Beit Hanoun in the northern Gaza Strip, August 18, 2014. Beit Hanoun was one of the hardest hit areas during Israel’s 50-day assault on Gaza. Photo credit: Thomas Coex
2. A Palestinian woman stands in the frame of a window that had been destroyed as Israel shelled her home in Gaza City’s Shuja’iyya neighborhood, August 11, 2014. An Egyptian-brokered ceasefire put the fighting on pause, but the ceasefire would soon collapse and Israeli air strikes on the Gaza Strip would continue for two more weeks. Photo credit: Hatem Moussa
3. A Palestinian man sits on a dust-covered couch in his damaged living room in Gaza City and inspects the damage to the buildings across from his apartment, July 12, 2014. Photo credit: Ezz Al-Zanoun
4. Palestinian women wearing comfortable prayer clothes take a break and look outside the window of their destroyed home following late night Israeli air strikes in Gaza City, August 20, 2014. Photo credit: Khalil Hamra
5. Palestinian women look out from the window of their home to where the 15-story Basha Tower once stood, August 26, 2014. The tower was destroyed during an early morning Israeli air strike. With an open-ended ceasefire marking the end of Israel’s 50-day onslaught, Palestinians turned their attention to the streets to inspect the damage done to their neighborhoods. Photo credit: Khalil Hamra
From Gaza’s Rectangular Views

lastuli:

1. A landscape of destruction is seen from the bathroom of a Palestinian apartment in Beit Hanoun in the northern Gaza Strip, August 18, 2014. Beit Hanoun was one of the hardest hit areas during Israel’s 50-day assault on Gaza. Photo credit: Thomas Coex

2. A Palestinian woman stands in the frame of a window that had been destroyed as Israel shelled her home in Gaza City’s Shuja’iyya neighborhood, August 11, 2014. An Egyptian-brokered ceasefire put the fighting on pause, but the ceasefire would soon collapse and Israeli air strikes on the Gaza Strip would continue for two more weeks. Photo credit: Hatem Moussa

3. A Palestinian man sits on a dust-covered couch in his damaged living room in Gaza City and inspects the damage to the buildings across from his apartment, July 12, 2014. Photo credit: Ezz Al-Zanoun

4. Palestinian women wearing comfortable prayer clothes take a break and look outside the window of their destroyed home following late night Israeli air strikes in Gaza City, August 20, 2014. Photo credit: Khalil Hamra

5. Palestinian women look out from the window of their home to where the 15-story Basha Tower once stood, August 26, 2014. The tower was destroyed during an early morning Israeli air strike. With an open-ended ceasefire marking the end of Israel’s 50-day onslaught, Palestinians turned their attention to the streets to inspect the damage done to their neighborhoods. Photo credit: Khalil Hamra

From Gaza’s Rectangular Views

palestiniandaddy:

Somehow

I don’t know how but somehow

I am still surprised [but not] at the entitlement felt amongst Israelis and their supporters, ESPECIALLY amongst the “leftist” crowd.

These people are utterly ridiculous and devoid of any semblance of higher functioning in the brain or the capacity to think ~outside~ of their tiny, bigoted little bubbles.

They refuse to listen to any sort of reason, no matter how “calmly” and “rationally” you propose it to them, no matter how much you omit in order to limit potential backlash in regards to your views, no matter how much you censor yourself in order to appease their insatiable bloodlust for any Palestinian who decides to go against what their feeble collective has dubbed “acceptable”.

It’s never, ever about presentation, and it’s never, ever about how they “feel”, and it’s always about speaking truth to power and presenting a narrative that they both refuse to hear and do everything to make sure nobody even attempts to speak about in the first place.

angrywocunited:

racismschool:

strugglingtobeheard:

emeraldjade:

oparnoshoshoi:

big-gadje-world:

sweetshytea:

rebelion-silenciosa:

the-politics-fandom:

princessfknpeach:

sparkly-bandaid:

entropic-dissonance:

gop-tea-pub:

ilacktact:

logicd:

>13 kids>justise>suns
Heh

Idk, she can’t spell, maybe she can’t count. HOPEFULLY she doesn’t have that many kids. Oh man, I just realized she said sons. Like, what if she had 20 kids and only 13 of them are boys. Holy shit people. If you fail or drop out of high school, you need to be rendered unable to have children.

Besides the fact that she obviously failed out of school and doesn’t know how to spell a single word…this is probably the longest her feet have ever been on the ground…seeing as they were up in the air 13 times pumping out kids…and the fact that she only mentions boys, makes ya wonder how other kids she has that are girls. By the way, none of her “suns” would be another Trayvon if she actually raised them right in the first place. So apparently she is saying her kids are thugs too.

I still think that sterilization is best for some people.

Why is it okay to make fun of someone for spelling and for having more children than you plan on having because it seems prettttty gross to me

I like how all of these fuckstains assume intelligence is inextricably linked to how well you do with English.

-You don’t know why she had to drop out of school
-you don’t know if she even dropped out of school
-you don’t know why she has 13 kids
-You don’t know if she has a job
-You don’t know if english is her first language. 
-You aren’t a fan of small government if you want to sterilize people
-You don’t know how her sons behave
I’ll pray for your hateful selves. 

Every single one of those racist mother fuckers can eat concrete.
And FUCK YOU FOR SUPPORTING STERILIZATION YOU EUGENICIST PIECE OF SCUM, y’all are fucking unoriginal with this shit at this point.


Pardon me, I have a lot to say.
So this is actually the original picture. Anyone with any common sense could have easily googled this picture to check. The picture at the top was made to make the black “welfare queen” woman stereotype. In fact, the picture at the top can be traced back to a reddit thread as well as four other threads that specifically made fun of black women. Many of them had done other edits with her stomach impregnated etc to laugh at this woman.
Secondly, how dare you fucking talk about this intelligence because of spelling. Many women who came to march, were not limited to just African Americans. As someone who went to one of the marches in Florida, I can tell you that there were many Haitian and Ghanaian women (specifically 2 doctors) who were participating in the marches that I met. English was not their first language, but they were still out there speaking out. Also, speaking two languages means that they probably had much more intelligence then OP’s dumb ass who couldn’t even look up the picture via Google.
Third, Sterilization is the cruelest thing you could say about these people. They deserve to be sterilized because of spelling? They deserve to be sterilized because certain lacks of education (which is actually more the education systems fault then theirs). They deserve to be sterilized because they have more than 2 children? It’s funny because I grantee you this would only be on a picture about how sterilization of a black woman. no one is going to talk about the many white women who have 18+ children and feed off the system way more than any black person. Nope. But that’s a different story for a different time.
OP and anyone who agreed with OP are disgusting shits and need to re-evaluate their lives. Don’t create a post with barely any fact other than your racist, sexist, judgmental viewpoint. 

^^Commentary. 

obvious photoshop is obvious


Tumblr is a breeding ground for false images and information. I had a feeling something was off when I saw that shit. I just did a Google image search and the real image popped up EVERYWHERE.
Do you see why I fucking hate people? OP, you are the epitome of a person who “ain’t shit”.

also of course racist white fucks wouldn’t know that sometimes suns is used to refer to sons but in a way to imply something more than just a son. you wouldn’t fucking know if you don’t know shit, which they clearly don’t. this is so sickening and disgusting. even if she did have 13 kids and spelled the word wrong everything you said would be wrong and foul. this is how trayvon was killed, because of beliefs like this. literally. stop this.

In addition to the brilliant commentary above, I would also like to point out that not one of these racists considered that if the woman did have 13 sons, she may be talking about foster kids or adopted kids. She could have had 13 sons and there would have been nothing wrong with that. However, the idea that there couldn’t have been a single other explanation is very telling of the racist’s mindset. 

Just so you know, logicd (the first comment) is a racist, anti-feminist, islamophobic, white supremacist, white man who is infatuated with Hitler.

angrywocunited:

racismschool:

strugglingtobeheard:

emeraldjade:

oparnoshoshoi:

big-gadje-world:

sweetshytea:

rebelion-silenciosa:

the-politics-fandom:

princessfknpeach:

sparkly-bandaid:

entropic-dissonance:

gop-tea-pub:

ilacktact:

logicd:

>13 kids
>justise
>suns

Heh

Idk, she can’t spell, maybe she can’t count. HOPEFULLY she doesn’t have that many kids. Oh man, I just realized she said sons. Like, what if she had 20 kids and only 13 of them are boys. Holy shit people. If you fail or drop out of high school, you need to be rendered unable to have children.

Besides the fact that she obviously failed out of school and doesn’t know how to spell a single word…this is probably the longest her feet have ever been on the ground…seeing as they were up in the air 13 times pumping out kids…and the fact that she only mentions boys, makes ya wonder how other kids she has that are girls.
By the way, none of her “suns” would be another Trayvon if she actually raised them right in the first place. So apparently she is saying her kids are thugs too.

I still think that sterilization is best for some people.

Why is it okay to make fun of someone for spelling and for having more children than you plan on having because it seems prettttty gross to me

I like how all of these fuckstains assume intelligence is inextricably linked to how well you do with English.

-You don’t know why she had to drop out of school

-you don’t know if she even dropped out of school

-you don’t know why she has 13 kids

-You don’t know if she has a job

-You don’t know if english is her first language. 

-You aren’t a fan of small government if you want to sterilize people

-You don’t know how her sons behave

I’ll pray for your hateful selves. 

Every single one of those racist mother fuckers can eat concrete.

And FUCK YOU FOR SUPPORTING STERILIZATION YOU EUGENICIST PIECE OF SCUM, y’all are fucking unoriginal with this shit at this point.

Pardon me, I have a lot to say.

So this is actually the original picture. Anyone with any common sense could have easily googled this picture to check. The picture at the top was made to make the black “welfare queen” woman stereotype. In fact, the picture at the top can be traced back to a reddit thread as well as four other threads that specifically made fun of black women. Many of them had done other edits with her stomach impregnated etc to laugh at this woman.

Secondly, how dare you fucking talk about this intelligence because of spelling. Many women who came to march, were not limited to just African Americans. As someone who went to one of the marches in Florida, I can tell you that there were many Haitian and Ghanaian women (specifically 2 doctors) who were participating in the marches that I met. English was not their first language, but they were still out there speaking out. Also, speaking two languages means that they probably had much more intelligence then OP’s dumb ass who couldn’t even look up the picture via Google.

Third, Sterilization is the cruelest thing you could say about these people. They deserve to be sterilized because of spelling? They deserve to be sterilized because certain lacks of education (which is actually more the education systems fault then theirs). They deserve to be sterilized because they have more than 2 children? It’s funny because I grantee you this would only be on a picture about how sterilization of a black woman. no one is going to talk about the many white women who have 18+ children and feed off the system way more than any black person. Nope. But that’s a different story for a different time.

OP and anyone who agreed with OP are disgusting shits and need to re-evaluate their lives. Don’t create a post with barely any fact other than your racist, sexist, judgmental viewpoint. 

^^Commentary. 

obvious photoshop is obvious

image

Tumblr is a breeding ground for false images and information. I had a feeling something was off when I saw that shit. I just did a Google image search and the real image popped up EVERYWHERE.

Do you see why I fucking hate people? OP, you are the epitome of a person who “ain’t shit”.

also of course racist white fucks wouldn’t know that sometimes suns is used to refer to sons but in a way to imply something more than just a son. you wouldn’t fucking know if you don’t know shit, which they clearly don’t. this is so sickening and disgusting. even if she did have 13 kids and spelled the word wrong everything you said would be wrong and foul. this is how trayvon was killed, because of beliefs like this. literally. stop this.

In addition to the brilliant commentary above, I would also like to point out that not one of these racists considered that if the woman did have 13 sons, she may be talking about foster kids or adopted kids. She could have had 13 sons and there would have been nothing wrong with that. However, the idea that there couldn’t have been a single other explanation is very telling of the racist’s mindset. 

Just so you know, logicd (the first comment) is a racist, anti-feminist, islamophobic, white supremacist, white man who is infatuated with Hitler.

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negativealx:

Teotihuacan - México

fuerzasmujereslibres:

A soldier in the Peoples Liberation Army of Nepal.

fuerzasmujereslibres:

A soldier in the Peoples Liberation Army of Nepal.

praxis89:

Zapatistas burn the American flag in protest because 
American corporations are sucking dry third world countries
of their natural resources.

praxis89:

Zapatistas burn the American flag in protest because 

American corporations are sucking dry third world countries

of their natural resources.

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