I can’t… I can’t breathe. I can’t breathe. I can’t breathe. I can’t breathe. I can’t breathe. I can’t breathe. I can’t breathe.

43-year-old Staten Island resident ERIC GARNER, as a New York City police officer wrapped his arm around his neck and other officers knocked him to the sidewalk, one pushing his head violently into the concrete.  

Garner died at the scene; seconds before, he complained as the officers tried to arrest him for “breaking up a fight,” according to eyewitnesses.

God damn it.

(via the New York Daily News)

(Source: inothernews)

salviprince:

I was trying to explain to a friend/coworker the other day how women are always collateral damage to US imperialism (ie sexual assault by soldiers at military bases in foreign countries) And she was like “but the army bosses aren’t explicitly tell them to rape!” And I was like they don’t have to, they just have turn a blind eye to it. And she was like “not our fine men and women in the service.”
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markusbones:

If you look at the world and say “Yes, there are enough homes for people, yes, there is enough food for people, but if we give it away for free they won’t have earned it and the economy will collapse.” Then you have chosen money (a constructed medium of exchange) over living beings who only want to continue living in peace and safety.

And I have no qualms telling you, that is the wrong choice, and you have been brainwashed by this destructive, exploitative system.

femburton:

i have literally watched this about 100 times since reblogging it the first time 

love it

(Source: vinebox)

Fourth Trans Woman of Color Murdered in June

briteboy89:

Protect Trans Black Women and Trans Women of Color.

Protect Trans Black Women and Trans Women of Color.

Protect Trans Black Women and Trans Women of Color.

(Source: projectqueer)

The apocalypse is fashionable because our world is nearing its end, a world in which human beings, in spite of all the evidence of their weakness and degradation, had always remained the norm, the reference point of the world. But having been presented with the fact that God is dead, we now hear the proclamation of the death of the human being. Both God and humans yield in turn to science, which is at once the goddess and servant of capital: science presents itself in today’s world as the study of mechanisms of adaptation which will assimilate human beings and nature into the structure of capital’s productive activity. All the signs indicate that it is those who are least destroyed as people, and particularly young people, who now find themselves unable to accept this onslaught of adaptation and domestication; hence they are impelled to refuse the system.

Jacques Camatte, Against Domestication (via gemeinwesen)