Science, Sass & Sarcasm

  • 19th
  • February
  • 2014
fuckyeahmarxismleninism:

Center: Sam Marcy, chairperson of Workers World Party, meets with President Kim Il Sung, general secretary of the Wokers’ Party of Korea, in Pyongyang, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, May 1990.

fuckyeahmarxismleninism:

Center: Sam Marcy, chairperson of Workers World Party, meets with President Kim Il Sung, general secretary of the Wokers’ Party of Korea, in Pyongyang, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, May 1990.

  • 31st
  • January
  • 2014

White people love to preach non violence

thatdudeemu:

When it comes to black people dealing with racism
Telling us how we should be the bigger person and how much strength for not hitting back
They never say shit to the people hitting us though

(via iamarevolutionary2)

  • 13th
  • August
  • 2013
‎Without racism, soldiers would realize they have more in common with the Iraqi people than they do with the billionaires who send us to war.
Mike Prysner - Iraq Veteran (via eckleburgs-eyes)

(Source: psychedelicmindfluid, via brokenscripts)

  • 16th
  • January
  • 2013

ianbrooks:

Quotable Arts by Evan Robertson / Obvious State

High quality giclée prints available at etsy. Distilling literary quotes from a handful of the masters down to a single graphic representation, Evan captures the raw concept of the sentence and makes it damn purty to look at as well.

(via: fab)

  • 30th
  • October
  • 2012
heyveronica:

via

Go home boat, you’re drunk.

heyveronica:

via

Go home boat, you’re drunk.

  • 22nd
  • October
  • 2012
kanyewesanderson:

Moonrise Kingdom / The Good Life

kanyewesanderson:

Moonrise Kingdom / The Good Life

  • 25th
  • April
  • 2012
(source unknown)

(source unknown)

  • 4th
  • April
  • 2012

f-featherbrain:

Liz Collini

via: typetoken

(brought to my attention by We love typography)

(via stancedesign)

  • 28th
  • February
  • 2012
sirobe:

Art + Music: “Miles Davis On Orange” 

I so, so, so want a print of this hanging on my wall.

sirobe:

Art + Music: “Miles Davis On Orange” 

I so, so, so want a print of this hanging on my wall.

(Source: sirobe)

  • 7th
  • October
  • 2011
liquornspice:

cheguevaraslovechild:

The Smile of Hope
This is a picture of a little 13-year-old girl arrested during the ‘Occupy Wall Street’ protest on the  Brooklyn Bridge.
The picture tells us something very important, with brutal clarity.  When the police are out on the streets arresting  13-year-old kids for  peacefully protesting political issues then we  know beyond argument  something is terminally rotten in America.

When Black woman cops are arresting little white girls and not obviously inflicting any physical harm upon them THAT is when we know “beyond argument something is terminally rotten in America.”  Yup. “Brutal clarity” happens when a quirky little white girl smiles bravely at the camera. Not when shit like this happens to little Black girls. No, no.

It tells us that there is hope too, though. The spark of freedom   that flickered in the middle-east during the Arab Spring is being   re-ignited all over in America. People are waking up from the long, bad   dream. They are seeing the lies and exploitation and hypocrisy all  around them and saying ‘Enough’.
The battles to be fought are formidable, the forces ranged  against  us are frightening, but now at least we have hope that a better America,  and a better world, is  possible. 
Ellie

Oh, yes. America is waking up now that shit is starting to hit the fan for white people. Nobody woke up when Aiyana Stanley Jones was murdered for a tv show. Nobody woke up when Detroit was suffering. White people came and cheered on the economic destruction. Still do. They have “urban decay” photoshoots where they take pics of the sad, tragic, yet “beautiful” crumbling buildings. Completely ignore the people who haven’t been able to find jobs or access a decent grocery store w/in city limits in fucking decades.
No, when a white-skinned girl in a goofy hat smiles at the camera while being arrested, THAT is when America wakes up. THAT is a sign of hope. Not the people who BEEN marching and protesting and boycotting.  Nawl. This watery-eyed lil girl is our “hope.”
ugh.

liquornspice:

cheguevaraslovechild:

The Smile of Hope

This is a picture of a little 13-year-old girl arrested during the ‘Occupy Wall Street’ protest on the Brooklyn Bridge.

The picture tells us something very important, with brutal clarity. When the police are out on the streets arresting 13-year-old kids for peacefully protesting political issues then we know beyond argument something is terminally rotten in America.

When Black woman cops are arresting little white girls and not obviously inflicting any physical harm upon them THAT is when we know “beyond argument something is terminally rotten in America.”  Yup. “Brutal clarity” happens when a quirky little white girl smiles bravely at the camera. Not when shit like this happens to little Black girls. No, no.

It tells us that there is hope too, though. The spark of freedom that flickered in the middle-east during the Arab Spring is being re-ignited all over in America. People are waking up from the long, bad dream. They are seeing the lies and exploitation and hypocrisy all around them and saying ‘Enough’.

The battles to be fought are formidable, the forces ranged against us are frightening, but now at least we have hope that a better America, and a better world, is possible. 

Ellie

Oh, yes. America is waking up now that shit is starting to hit the fan for white people. Nobody woke up when Aiyana Stanley Jones was murdered for a tv show. Nobody woke up when Detroit was suffering. White people came and cheered on the economic destruction. Still do. They have “urban decay” photoshoots where they take pics of the sad, tragic, yet “beautiful” crumbling buildings. Completely ignore the people who haven’t been able to find jobs or access a decent grocery store w/in city limits in fucking decades.

No, when a white-skinned girl in a goofy hat smiles at the camera while being arrested, THAT is when America wakes up. THAT is a sign of hope. Not the people who BEEN marching and protesting and boycotting.  Nawl. This watery-eyed lil girl is our “hope.”

ugh.

(via blackraincloud)