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Reblogueado desde cartoonpolitics
cartoonpolitics:

“I am opposing a social order in which it is possible for one man who does absolutely nothing that is useful to amass a fortune of hundreds of millions of dollars, while millions of men and women who work all the days of their lives secure barely enough for a wretched existence.”  ~ Eugene V. Debs

cartoonpolitics:

“I am opposing a social order in which it is possible for one man who does absolutely nothing that is useful to amass a fortune of hundreds of millions of dollars, while millions of men and women who work all the days of their lives secure barely enough for a wretched existence.”  ~ Eugene V. Debs

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Reblogueado desde universalequalityisinevitable

universalequalityisinevitable:

Only humans die of having no money.

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Reblogueado desde policymic
policymic:

The UN calls America’s treatment of #homeless cruel, inhuman and degrading

"Cruel, inhuman and degrading." These are words you often associate with third-world countries, war zones or even off-the-book sites like Guantanamo Bay. You probably wouldn’t expect to hear those words applied to park benches, subway stations and empty stairwells in cities across America.
But that’s exactly what the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights argued in a recently released and damning periodic report on the state of human rights in the U.S. Though the report covered everything from the death penalty and gun violence to drones and rendition, the most eye-catching section was the UN’s condemnation of the criminalization of homelessness in the U.S, which “raises concerns of discrimination and cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment”
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policymic:

The UN calls America’s treatment of #homeless cruel, inhuman and degrading

"Cruel, inhuman and degrading." These are words you often associate with third-world countries, war zones or even off-the-book sites like Guantanamo Bay. You probably wouldn’t expect to hear those words applied to park benches, subway stations and empty stairwells in cities across America.

But that’s exactly what the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights argued in a recently released and damning periodic report on the state of human rights in the U.S. Though the report covered everything from the death penalty and gun violence to drones and rendition, the most eye-catching section was the UN’s condemnation of the criminalization of homelessness in the U.S, which “raises concerns of discrimination and cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment”

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Reblogueado desde taylormccutchan
fafke:

Nature/hippie/vintage/spiritual blog *Following back similar*

fafke:

Nature/hippie/vintage/spiritual blog *Following back similar*

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Reblogueado desde beautypeen

beautypeen:

listen, i’m never going to let you use my laptop idk what exactly i have to hide but i’m 200% sure there’s something

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Reblogueado desde memewhore
laputavirgen:

la virgen

laputavirgen:

la virgen

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Reblogueado desde callatemalditoteletubbie
Reblogueado desde copiapega

Curioso paralelismo

finofilipino:

Que condenen a Pablo Hasél a dos años de cárcel por pedir el asesinato de políticos en sus canciones, pero una película cuya trama trata de lo mismo reciba aplausos huele a doble rasero.

Si ya lo decía este pianista (sobre Cannibal Corpse y las críticas de ciertos políticos sobre la violencia de las letras)

 El problema es la música, no las letras.

(Fuente: copiapega)

Reblogueado desde fuckyeahanarchopunk

humanequalsgarbage:

Riots in Madrid. 22M

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Reblogueado desde laughingsquid

A Compilation Video of Tiny Puppies Learning to Howl

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Reblogueado desde rage-comics-base
rage-comics-base:

Dog Owners Become Celebrities Every Meal Time…http://rage-comics-base.tumblr.com

rage-comics-base:

Dog Owners Become Celebrities Every Meal Time…
http://rage-comics-base.tumblr.com

Reblogueado desde liberatingreality
We only need to watch the daily news on television to realize that the madness has not abated, that it is continuing into the twenty­first century. Another aspect of the collective dysfunction of the human mind is the unprecedented violence that humans are inflicting on other life­forms and the planet itself – the destruction of oxygen­producing forests and other plant and animal life; ill­treatment of animals in factory farms; and poisoning of rivers, oceans, and air. Driven by greed, ignorant of their connectedness to the whole, humans persist in behavior that, if continued unchecked, can only result in their own destruction.
The collective manifestations of the insanity that lies at the heart of the human condition constitute the greater part of human history. It is to a large extent a history of madness. If the history of humanity were the clinical case history of a single human being, the diagnosis would have to be: chronic paranoid delusions, a pathological propensity to commit murder and acts of extreme violence and cruelty against his perceived “enemies” – his own unconsciousness projected outward. Criminally insane, with a few brief lucid intervals.
Eckhart Tolle (via liberatingreality)
Reblogueado desde liberatingreality
You’re never going to get through your suffering if all of your energy is spent on dramatizing distracting trivialities that cause a temporary reprieve from the pain that necessary introspection yields. There is no shortcut. The solution is going to be uncomfortable for you. Once you can accept this, once you cease obscuring this simple truth through overthinking, all that’s left is to take the step out of the assembly line of your life. Paul John Moscatello (via liberatingreality)

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Reblogueado desde mindofataurus
It takes courage…to endure the sharp pains of self discovery rather than choose to take the dull pain of unconsciousness that would last the rest of our lives. Marianne Williamson (via mindofataurus)

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Reblogueado desde crispopenoe
"Taking a new step, uttering a new word, is what people fear most.” - Dostoevsky (via crispopenoe)

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