hell yehs

goodadvicegiver1337:

grandpasessions:

free him

it’s not funny, he’s a swedish antifascist who got sentenced to six years in prison for attempted murder after defending a demonstration against a nazi ambush

its my name which is cool toois this Swedish Joel

goodadvicegiver1337:

grandpasessions:

free him

it’s not funny, he’s a swedish antifascist who got sentenced to six years in prison for attempted murder after defending a demonstration against a nazi ambush

its my name which is cool too
is this Swedish Joel

free him

free him

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art of suffering

art of suffering

ethiopienne:

they better give him a endorsement deal

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darvinasafo:

#FERGUSON protestor returns tear gas canister back to sender…
This is Amerikkka 2014
ICONIC

darvinasafo:

#FERGUSON protestor returns tear gas canister back to sender…

This is Amerikkka 2014

ICONIC

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Accepting guilt is a manoeuvre which delivers us of anxiety, and its presence signals that the subject compromised his desire.
[…]
We obey the Law to fight our desire to transgress it.
[…]
The more [we obey], the more we feel […] the desire to indulge in sin.
[…]
The more we obey […] the more we are guilty, because this obedience is a defense against our sinful desire.
— Slavoj Zizek (via alterities)

(via alterities)

The more civilization advances, the more it is compelled to cover the evils it necessarily creates with the cloak of love and charity, to palliate them or to deny them - in short, to introduce a conventional hypocrisy which was unknown to earlier forms of society and even to the first stages of civilization, which culminates in the pronouncement; the exploitation of the oppressed class is carried on by the exploiting class simply and solely in the interests of the exploited class itself; and if the exploited class cannot see it and even grows rebellious, that is the basest ingratitude to its benefactors, the exploiters. — Friedrich Engels, The Origin of the Family, Private Property, and the State. (via imkrebsgang)
… that neoliberal economics propound an ethical system that divides humanity into those who act in accordance with the economic rules and those who violate such rules. The latter are deviant or criminal and in need of punishment (this explains why, under the auspices of the free market, contemporary America has the largest incarceration rates worldwide.) Clearly, theories of the free-market outline public conceptions of the good life. — philosophy and literature in times of crisis
mack

his life had been a series of convulsive experiences from which emerged the heroic struggle of a soul resisting all compromise, never suspecting that in this way it was only creating its own dividedness.

… in a time so poisoned in its intellectual roots as the present, a pure talent must abstain from creation altogether.

— man without qualities
musil
Most of us may not believe in the story of a Devil to whom one can sell one’s soul, but those who must know something about the soul (considering that as clergymen, historians, and artists they draw a good income from it) all testify that the soul has been destroyed by mathematics and that mathematics is the source of an evil intelligence that while making man the lord of the earth has also made him the slave of his machines. The inner drought, the dreadful blend of acuity in matters of detail and indifference toward the whole, man’s monstrous abandonment in a desert of details, his restlessness, malice, unsurpassed callousness, moneygrubbing, coldness, and violence, also characteristic of our times, are by these accounts slowly the consequence of damage done to the soul by keen logical thinking. — Man Without Qualities
Man Against Mathematics
Musil

bantarleton:

Colourised World War One photographs. Source

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