its snowing its been snowing all day there is lots of snow on the ground someone roll around in the snow with me
Q:Once you get this, you have to say 5 nice things about yourself and send to ten of your favorite followers! Love thyself. :)
1. I’ve got pretty fantastic cheek bones
2. I’ve come a really long way in regards to self love and dealing with internalized racism c:
3. I’m cute as fuck
4. My art skills are pretty good
5. I cant think of a 5th but im sure there is one
Q:Hope you feel better comrade!
Thank you friend<3
Because Karl Marx was problematic, we’ll have to abandon his work. Because everyone is problematic, we’ll have to abandon everything. Just reblog memes, describe your privileges, sign petitions you don’t understand for countries you’ll never live in and make sure you continue jacking off to liberal identity politics. Revolutionary work.
…the subject is not whether we accomplish Anarchism today, tomorrow, or within ten centuries, but that we walk towards Anarchism today, tomorrow, and always.
Gabriela Silang 1731- 1763
Gabriela Silang was the first Filipina to lead a revolt against the Spanish colonization of the Philippines. She was part of the insurgent force led by her husband, Diego Silang. Gabriela was one of her husband’s closest advisors in the resistance. They collaborated with the British for the brief expulsion of the Spanish from the area. It was for four months after Diego’s assassination that Gabriela led a group against the Spanish, earning her the nickname “Generala.”
On September 10th, 1763, Gabriela led an attack on Vigan but the Spanish were ready. She was forced to retreat. With seven other men, Gabriela hid but was captured and sentenced to death. She and her fellow rebels were hung in Vigan’s city plaza. She became a martyr for Filipino women and anti-colonialism.
We got to face some facts. That the masses are poor, that the masses belong to what you call the lower class, and when I talk about the masses, I’m talking about the white masses, I’m talking about the black masses, and the brown masses, and the yellow masses, too. We’ve got to face the fact that some people say you fight fire best with fire, but we say you put fire out best with water. We say you don’t fight racism with racism. We’re gonna fight racism with solidarity. We say you don’t fight capitalism with no black capitalism; you fight capitalism with socialism.
We ain’t gonna fight no reactionary pigs who run up and down the street being reactionary; we’re gonna organize and dedicate ourselves to revolutionary political power and teach ourselves the specific needs of resisting the power structure, arm ourselves, and we’re gonna fight reactionary pigs with INTERNATIONAL PROLETARIAN REVOLUTION. That’s what it has to be. The people have to have the power: it belongs to the people.
We have to understand very clearly that there’s a man in our community called a capitalist. Sometimes he’s black and sometimes he’s white. But that man has to be driven out of our community, because anybody who comes into the community to make profit off the people by exploiting them can be defined as a capitalist. And we don’t care how many programs they have, how long a dashiki they have. Because political power does not flow from the sleeve of a dashiki; political power flows from the barrel of a gun. It flows from the barrel of a gun!