We wanted to destroy everything

dekutree:

The government wouldn’t spend a dime on education, healthy food, drinkable water, assisting people in poverty, de-polluting the streets, or anything else of importance. But they would be on call to spend millions on equipping a small police force to fight off a group of defenseless protestors. You can argue with me that this is not a hate crime, when it so obviously is, but you can’t argue with me when I say that this government is too corrupt to even serve it’s purpose.

(via blackmagicalgirlmisandry)

baptizedincum:

diagramforasuicide:

steppingoncracks:

thekellybear:

blacknoonajade:

FERGUSON RIGHT NOW. THIS IS AMERICAN SOIL! LOOK AT WHAT THEY ARE DOING! 

Last reblog before bed. Please share this. It is crucial that you do.

Jesus

Jesus fucking Christ.

land of the free home of the are you fucking kidding me

thebluelip-blondie:

koercion:

A Washington Post reporter.

In America.

fucking christ…

(via theroguefeminist)

coolvintagesoul:

I hope this sinks in your hearts.

(via scumfolk)

Let’s talk about the looting of the world’s resources for the comfort and power of the rich. Let’s talk about the looting of our labor, especially communities of color. Let’s talk about the looting of our political voice to keep us disenfranchised. We could talk about looting. I’m game.

(Source: america-wakiewakie, via cultureofresistance)

St. Louis County is LYING to you about the #MikeBrown Ferguson murder

brown-likeme:

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Patricia March, ex St Louis County officer confirms what all of were already thinking: St Louis County is corrupt and should not be entrusted with handling the Mike Brown case.

I googled her and her story checks out

The original story was that Mike Brown had stolen candy from a store…

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Guns became central to the Panthers’ identity, as they taught their early recruits that “the gun is the only thing that will free us — gain us our liberation.”

The Panthers responded to racial violence by patrolling black neighborhoods brandishing guns — in an effort to police the police. The fear of black people with firearms sent shockwaves across white communities, and conservative lawmakers immediately responded with gun-control legislation.

Then Gov. Ronald Reagan, now lauded as the patron saint of modern conservatism, told reporters in California that he saw “no reason why on the street today a citizen should be carrying loaded weapons.” Reagan claimed that the Mulford Act, as it became known, “would work no hardship on the honest citizen.” The NRA actually helped craft similar legislation in states across the country. Fast-forward to 2013, and it is a white-male dominated NRA, largely made up of Southern conservatives and gun owners from the Midwest and Southwestern states, that argues “do not tread on me” in the gun debate.

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Fear of a Black Gun Owner

Ironically, the NRA used to support gun control — when the Black Panthers started packing.

(via daniellemertina)

(Source: howtobeterrell, via the-uncensored-she)