My sleep schedule is 100% fucked

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Gazan terrorist civilians refuse to flee IDF missile strikes in order to raise the body count
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I watch too many grimdark anime for my own good.

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-jenjam:

Actual footage of me.

(via teitokukakine)

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afghangry:

anticapitalist replied to your post: if you only ever followed me for fando…

People still follow me from when I was in my new atheist phase >.<

omg same

My url used to be “godisnotreal”.
At least like 50 people still follow me from back then (woah that was like 4-5 years ago). It’s crazy.

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anticapitalist:

Just doing that 2k13 selfie thing ya’know?

Because I got tagged in that selfie thing, I’m reblogging my old ones.

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alibertarianreality:

anticapitalist:

alibertarianreality:

anticapitalist:

alibertarianreality:

objectivistnerd:

anticapitalist reblogged your post redwhiteandblueliberty: postcute: pr… and added:

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

A+ rebuttal I stand corrected.

Did you expect more? They are communist. They idolize a man with no work ethic that lived off of a wealthy friend. They rather act “intellectual” by laughing off such a “stupid” rebuttal, than actual try to state their side in a well organized, logical response. They think they are some higher-level thinking hipsters with this profound knowledge of the world because they’ve read the sacred text from Karl Marx. 

^ 100% true facts. 

"In 1849, Marx moved to London, where he was to spend the remainder of his life. For a number of years, his family lived in poverty but the wealthier Engels was able to support them to an increasing extent. Gradually, Marx emerged from his political and spiritual isolation and produced his most important body of work, ‘Das Kapital’. The first volume of this ‘bible of the working class’ was published in his lifetime, while the remaining volumes were edited by Engels after his friend’s death."(x)

Yes, they are. His philosophy is based around how he lived his sad, miserable life stemming from a well-to-do family that paid his way through his education. 

Karl Marx was the same as the lazy radical “thinkers” of today that want everyone to pay for them to sit around and “think,” instead of them work to better their situation.

"All anticapitalists agree 100% with Karl Marx and are in fact his clones that do exactly the same things"

Seems to be the trend. Especially with a response with “HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.”

okay

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alibertarianreality:

anticapitalist:

alibertarianreality:

objectivistnerd:

anticapitalist reblogged your post redwhiteandblueliberty: postcute: pr… and added:

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

A+ rebuttal I stand corrected.

Did you expect more? They are communist. They idolize a man with no work ethic that lived off of a wealthy friend. They rather act “intellectual” by laughing off such a “stupid” rebuttal, than actual try to state their side in a well organized, logical response. They think they are some higher-level thinking hipsters with this profound knowledge of the world because they’ve read the sacred text from Karl Marx. 

^ 100% true facts. 

"In 1849, Marx moved to London, where he was to spend the remainder of his life. For a number of years, his family lived in poverty but the wealthier Engels was able to support them to an increasing extent. Gradually, Marx emerged from his political and spiritual isolation and produced his most important body of work, ‘Das Kapital’. The first volume of this ‘bible of the working class’ was published in his lifetime, while the remaining volumes were edited by Engels after his friend’s death."(x)

Yes, they are. His philosophy is based around how he lived his sad, miserable life stemming from a well-to-do family that paid his way through his education. 

Karl Marx was the same as the lazy radical “thinkers” of today that want everyone to pay for them to sit around and “think,” instead of them work to better their situation.

"All anticapitalists agree 100% with Karl Marx and are in fact his clones that do exactly the same things"

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alibertarianreality:

objectivistnerd:

anticapitalist reblogged your post redwhiteandblueliberty: postcute: pr… and added:

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

A+ rebuttal I stand corrected.

Did you expect more? They are communist. They idolize a man with no work ethic that lived off of a wealthy friend. They rather act “intellectual” by laughing off such a “stupid” rebuttal, than actual try to state their side in a well organized, logical response. They think they are some higher-level thinking hipsters with this profound knowledge of the world because they’ve read the sacred text from Karl Marx. 

^ 100% true facts. 

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baby:
m..m-m...ma...
mom:
mama? are you trying to say mama?
baby:
m..mATOI RYUKO!!!!
sister:
KIRYUIN SATSUKI!!!
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objectivistnerd:

redwhiteandblueliberty:

postcute:

private property is inherently violent

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I hate to be that guy, but the communist is (mostly) right on this one. They think that being “inherently violent” is a bad thing, which is pretty rich coming from a ideology based around class warfare.

Property is the idea of excluding others’ action over a given domain. Self-ownership is the obvious example: your body is your own, and so you can exclude anyone else from it, using violence if necessary. This extends naturally to our personal property outside our bodies.

The right of life implies the right of property, because we must act, using things outside ourselves, to survive. Using non-human objects to sustain ourselves has only one alternative: coercing other humans for our food and shelter. This is known as slavery, or, in its extreme form, as cannibalism.

Or socialism. But I repeat myself.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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Every body who talks shit about tumblr being “SJ BS” hasn’t ever really been on tumblr.

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Corporation:
*Destroys the environment*
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*Puts smaller stores out of business and creates an inescapable monopoly using unethical business practices*
Corporation:
*Uses child and other exploited labour in developing nations*
Corporation:
*Creates an endless cycle of wage slavery and dependence on a minimum wage that's below living costs*
Corporation:
*Makes a tokenistic and safe signal of support of LGBT rights which aligns with a clear majority of societies moral beliefs in 2014*
Tumblr:
OMFG YOU GUYS ARE AMAZING AND I LOVE YOU SO MUCH IF YOU DON'T SUPPORT THIS COMPANY AND REBLOG THIS OBNOXIOUS 30 GIF SET JUST UNFOLLOW ME AND GO BACK TO YOUR FUNERAL PICKET WESTBORO BAPTIST CHURCH LOVER
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How To Support Palestine

readyokaygo:

Many people support Palestine on principal, but not in action. The goal of this post is not to criticize those people exactly (though there are many valid critiques out there), but help them transition from passive to active support. Supporting Palestine is not dogma, it is not an identity and it is not something your organization does to recruit members (lots of leftists guilty of that last one). It is direct action.

Before we begin, let’s discuss some basic principals. Here are three calls from Palestinian civil society (BDS Movement) that Israel must meet in recognizing the Palestinian people’s inalienable right to self-determination:

  1. Ending its occupation and colonization of all Arab lands and dismantling the Wall
  2. Recognizing the fundamental rights of the Arab-Palestinian citizens of Israel to full equality; and
  3. Respecting, protecting and promoting the rights of Palestinian refugees to return to their homes and properties as stipulated in UN resolution 194.

Unless you are Palestinian, you do not have the right to argue about this. You cannot actively oppose the Right of Return or demand that Israel remain a “Jewish State” and call yourself an ally or supporter of Palestine (looking at liberal Zionists now).

And finally, the issue of Zionism. It is an ideology that developed in trajectory with European colonialism and imperialism abroad. In action, it has proven itself racist, violent and ethnic supremacist for more than a century. You cannot support Palestine without being anti-Zionist.

What You Can Do

  1. Listen: If you have Palestinian friends listen to them. I am sure they would be more than happy to talk to you about Palestine. Be genuine, and be considerate when asking questions. If they call you out on something you say, do not get angry or hostile. LISTEN. If you do not have Palestinian friends, watch interviews, documentaries and read books on lived experiences.
  2. Learn: You should learn about the history of Palestine. Here is a collection of articles, essays and books. If that’s too overwhelming, If Americans Knew is a great resource as well.
  3. Attend: Most cities and college campuses have Palestinian cultural and political events. Cities like Boston, Chicago and New York have annual film festivals. Many colleges have Students for Justice in Palestine. Often, groups like the Muslim Students Associations or local mosques will host events. There are more and more Christian churches and inter-faith organizations holding events. Jewish Voice for Peace is an excellent organization. Keep an eye out and look around. And once you have attended, become active by joining them and help with organizing the next event.
  4. Host: Host your own event. Whether as a student organization, at your mosque, church or synagogue or even at your home. Occupation 101 is an excellent documentary to show. If you are a member of a book club perhaps recommend reading Mornings in Jenin by Susan Abulhawa or Men in the Sun by Ghassan Kanafani. If you have children or work with children you could read A Little Piece of Ground by Elizabeth Laird and Sonia Nimr.
  5. Boycott: Boycott has proven a successful tactic. If you are a college student, help work in getting your university to divest from companies that profit off of Israeli occupation and boycott Israeli academic and cultural institutions. Do not visit Israel on vacation or go on Birthright. Don’t buy products like Ahava, Sabra or Sodastream. Get creative and make flyers or stickers alerting other customers about these companies’ unethical practices and distribute them (put stickers saying “Don’t Buy Israeli Apartheid” directly on the product, but don’t get caught). Many trade unions and places of worship have also chosen to join the call to boycott.
  6. Petition: Petitions can be effective, and I am not just talking about collecting signatures. The goal is to show those in power that there is a wide coalition of support for Palestine. Petition your student or local government by having at least one person attend every meeting and voice support for Palestine during community concerns. Petition leaders through mail, phone and sit-ins. Put flyers about Palestine in professors’ mailboxes.
  7. Educate: If you have an opportunity to teach others about Palestine, do it, and many times there will be an opportunity. If you are a professor or student in environmental science, you can discuss Israel’s environmental racism in withholding water and polluting Palestinian land. If you are involved in theater, consider putting on the play written by Alan Rickman, My Name is Rachel Corrie.
  8. Protest: Protests come in many forms. You can stand in the streets with signs shouting slogans. You can hold a silent vigil. You can place mock eviction notices under student dorms. You can create signs with a Palestinian village destroyed during Al-Nakba and wear it around your neck. You can make a mock checkpoint. You can hold a Palestine Awareness Week. You can walk out of a speech given by an apologist for the Israeli regime.
  9. Donate: Find an organization that you feel particularly passionate about and support them.
  10. Talk: Think about how you realized what was actually going on in Palestine. For me, it was because friends of mine talked to me about it. Because they posted about it on their blogs and Facebooks. At church when we are asked for prayer petitions, I give one for Palestine. Now strangers are coming up to me to talk. This is something you can do every day.

It is important that you try to do all of these as they all depend on each other. Remember, ally is a verb.

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