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Whistle blowers Fuck yeah

Solidarity to all fighting for their deserved justice, from  the well known whistleblowers to the lesser known protesters. #freepalestine

Sep 18th at 9PM / via: 3lm19 / op: 3lm19 / 4,865 notes

3lm19:

GUYS PLEASE PAY ATTENTION TO HOW THEY ARE ATTACKING AND RAIDING MUSLIM HOMES IN AUSTRALIA

the police are attacking muslims in their homes in the middle of the night, arresting women in their beds, men in the morning, attacing and humiliating us all

life is getting scary here for the muslims 


Sep 18th at 9PM / via: assangistan / op: momo33me / 20 notes
I’m so glad someone said it and we all know damn well if any person from the west had went to go fight for gaza, it would not be treated as heroic or noble. trust and believe.

I’m so glad someone said it and we all know damn well if any person from the west had went to go fight for gaza, it would not be treated as heroic or noble. trust and believe.


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science-babe:

hate breeds sarcastic, tongue-in-cheek jokes on a blogging website punching up at privileged groups


Sep 18th at 8PM / via: progressivefriends / op: yovahkiin / 184,059 notes

daftlypunk:

i hit my coworkers shoulder lightly and he was like “you’re going to make me cry like a girl” and i was like “what’s wrong with being a girl?” and he was quiet for a moment then he looked into the distance and whispered “the social standards they’re forced to live by”


MUST Read: Julian Assange on Snowden, disliking Google, and his “inevitable” freedom

assangistan:

WikiLeaks man talks with Ars—new book may reveal more about him than its subject.

By Joe Mullin via arstechnica

It would be too much to say that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange feels optimistic. He’s been holed up in the Ecuadorean embassy in London for more than two years now, with…


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Sep 18th at 5PM / via: micdotcom / op: micdotcom / 131 notes

micdotcom:

6 ways binge watching is ruining our brains, bodies and probably our souls 

According to a survey by Netflix, 73% of viewers feel positive about binge-watching (which they define as watching between two and six shows consecutively) and 61% of viewers self-identify as binge-watchers. Fun as it may be to spend a day on the couch watching the entire first season of insert-amazing-show-title-here, unsurprisingly there are some pretty unsavory health issues that can come from vegging out.

It also may be ruining our shows | Follow micdotcom

dang, go outside or something


letswakeupworld:

The painted nails of a female Kurdish Peshmerga fighter are seen as she holds her gun during combat skills training before being deployed to fight Islamic State militants, at their military camp in Sulaimaniya, Kurdistan.

letswakeupworld:

The painted nails of a female Kurdish Peshmerga fighter are seen as she holds her gun during combat skills training before being deployed to fight Islamic State militants, at their military camp in Sulaimaniya, Kurdistan.