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30th September 2014

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hanesonly:

Who is this man

hanesonly:

Who is this man

(Source: wot4)

30th September 2014

Video reblogged from This is the food that is really the good food with 108 notes

demonvision:

doing some research 

chatlog from x

30th September 2014

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xerode:

I didn’t realise the Tories were so brazen about it these days but I guess this is in front of their dwindling faithful

i lol’d

xerode:

I didn’t realise the Tories were so brazen about it these days but I guess this is in front of their dwindling faithful

i lol’d

30th September 2014

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30th September 2014

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In civil law the existing property relationships are declared to be the result of the general will.
— Karl Marx - The German Ideology 1845 (via dailymarx)

30th September 2014

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art-is-art-is-art:

Thanatos II, Jacek Malczwski

art-is-art-is-art:

Thanatos II, Jacek Malczwski

Tagged: me

30th September 2014

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besturlonhere:

pfffft

windows nein

besturlonhere:

pfffft

windows nein

30th September 2014

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ucsdspecialcollections:

What this country needs is a good mental insecticide, published by PM Magazine on June 11, 1942, Dr. Seuss Collection, MSS 230

ucsdspecialcollections:

What this country needs is a good mental insecticide, published by PM Magazine on June 11, 1942, Dr. Seuss Collection, MSS 230

30th September 2014

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#Mexico#metro#Felix Candela#1960’s

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30th September 2014

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warrenellis:

Unusual Rocks near Pahrump Hills on Mars via NASA http://ift.tt/1qMzGmG

warrenellis:

Unusual Rocks near Pahrump Hills on Mars via NASA http://ift.tt/1qMzGmG

30th September 2014

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And yet, there is a reason that Salaita was critiquing Israel and not Russia or North Korea. Salaita was hired by the University of Illinois’ American Indian Studies department, based on his contribution to the emerging field of comparative indigenous studies. He was going to provide scholarly expertise on the comparative situation of colonized peoples in North America and Palestine.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, then, the most-discussed aspect of this case as well as the least-discussed — civility, on the one hand, and race and indigeneity, on the other — are related.

It’s not simply that a scholar of color is being targeted for being “too angry,” or that a critic of Israel is being targeted by the Zionist lobby, or that “civility” is being used to justify the neoliberalization of the university and perpetuate colonialism (although it is all of these things).

It’s also that these are in some sense interchangeable. “Civility” is the sharp end of this particular spear of racism and colonialism, which drives the targeting of Salaita in particular and critics of Israel in general.

Indeed, the effects of U of I’s actions actually replicate those of colonization and dispossession. As a result of his un-hiring, for example, Salaita notes that his “family has no income, no health insurance, and no home of our own. Our young son has been left without a preschool. I have lost the great achievement of a scholarly career: lifetime tenure with its promised protections of academic freedom.”

It is difficult to ignore the bitter irony of a Palestinian American becoming homeless and destitute as a result of Zionist lobbying efforts to un-hire him.

And yet, it isn’t even ironic. After all, “irony” implies an outcome that is surprising or unexpected.

— Heike Schotten, On the incivility of Palestinians (via noor3amoor)

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30th September 2014

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30th September 2014

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thecricketchirps:

Joseph Cornell, La Croisee de l’enfant aux Yeux a Larmes de Chatte, 1962

thecricketchirps:

Joseph Cornell, La Croisee de l’enfant aux Yeux a Larmes de Chatte, 1962

Tagged: me

30th September 2014

Quote reblogged from Bobby Nechayev with 32 notes

There were twelve programs under COINTELPRO covering different sets of organizations, including the Puerto Rican Independence Movement, the New Left, the American Indian Movement, the Socialist Workers Party (SWP), and almost needless to say, the Communist Party, which had been an FBI target for decades. The FBI infiltrated Liberation News Service (LNS), a New Left version of the Associated Press, using disinformation to make LNS seem an FBI front, and set up a phony newspaper to hire young radicals in order to spy on them. Following a lawsuit by the SWP, it was revealed that an organization with 2,500 members had been infiltrated by 1,600 informers—thus actually strengthening the group for a time, one could reasonably suppose. At one point, according to David Cunningham’s 2004 book There’s Something Happening Here: The New Left, The Klan, and FBI Counterintelligence, about 6 percent of Klan members were informers, including some of the top leaders.

How We Found Out About COINTELPRO

1,600 infiltrators in an organisation of 2,500 people…what

I bet half of them were informing on one another

(via class-struggle-anarchism)

The Okhrana in late 1800s Russia did the same thing with the Narodnaya Volya; so much infiltration that some cells were as good as an arm of the secret police.

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30th September 2014

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it’s getting to the point where I’m incapable of going into a retail store without making the people who work there feel ridiculous. i just asked everybody in urban to convince me to pay 100 to buy some sweatpants while countering their arguments by converting $100 to the quantity of fruits and vegetables i could produce with that money.