"Information flow is not a neutral phenomenon. It is related to the movement of power through a society. For self-determination - either as a group or as an individual - you need true information. The process of being and becoming free is the process of collectively and individually learning new information about the world and acting on it. The same process is one of the foundations of civilization. In communities, that means we have to be able to communicate among ourselves - to pass on our knowledge and to receive that of others. Information is fundamental to our power position vis-à-vis the world around us. A knowledgeable public is an empowered public is a free public."
Julian Assange, editor in chief of WikiLeaks on information flow and what it means to society. 
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Daiane Garcia dos Santos is one of Brazil’s most successful female gymnasts. She began practicing gymnastics at age 12 and represented Brazil on the 2004 Summer Olympics. 
She won the world title on her specialty apparatus at the 2003 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships. Daiane was the first to do a double piked Arabian (Dos Santos I) and a double layout Arabian (Dos Santos II). Both feats are extremely difficult to perform and were thus named after her.
via Wikipedia (Please go here to learn more about her, it has a list of many of the things she has done since her debut!)
via reclaimingthelatinatag:

Daiane Garcia dos Santos is one of Brazil’s most successful female gymnasts. She began practicing gymnastics at age 12 and represented Brazil on the 2004 Summer Olympics. 
She won the world title on her specialty apparatus at the 2003 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships. Daiane was the first to do a double piked Arabian (Dos Santos I) and a double layout Arabian (Dos Santos II). Both feats are extremely difficult to perform and were thus named after her.
via Wikipedia (Please go here to learn more about her, it has a list of many of the things she has done since her debut!)
via reclaimingthelatinatag:

Daiane Garcia dos Santos is one of Brazil’s most successful female gymnasts. She began practicing gymnastics at age 12 and represented Brazil on the 2004 Summer Olympics. 
She won the world title on her specialty apparatus at the 2003 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships. Daiane was the first to do a double piked Arabian (Dos Santos I) and a double layout Arabian (Dos Santos II). Both feats are extremely difficult to perform and were thus named after her.
via Wikipedia (Please go here to learn more about her, it has a list of many of the things she has done since her debut!)
via reclaimingthelatinatag:

Daiane Garcia dos Santos is one of Brazil’s most successful female gymnasts. She began practicing gymnastics at age 12 and represented Brazil on the 2004 Summer Olympics. 
She won the world title on her specialty apparatus at the 2003 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships. Daiane was the first to do a double piked Arabian (Dos Santos I) and a double layout Arabian (Dos Santos II). Both feats are extremely difficult to perform and were thus named after her.
via Wikipedia (Please go here to learn more about her, it has a list of many of the things she has done since her debut!)

via reclaimingthelatinatag:

Daiane Garcia dos Santos is one of Brazil’s most successful female gymnasts. She began practicing gymnastics at age 12 and represented Brazil on the 2004 Summer Olympics. 

She won the world title on her specialty apparatus at the 2003 World Artistic Gymnastics ChampionshipsDaiane was the first to do a double piked Arabian (Dos Santos I) and a double layout Arabian (Dos Santos II). Both feats are extremely difficult to perform and were thus named after her.

via Wikipedia (Please go here to learn more about her, it has a list of many of the things she has done since her debut!)

An afghan man prays on a hill overlooking the City.

austin:

anatomyofmelancholy:

Banksy | Regent’s Canal, London

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This is powerful.

Aw fuck it, I’mma say it.

thebigblackwolfe:

White feminists need to understand that not all men are sexualized in a way that wholly benefits them. That is something exclusive to white men point blank period.

Because MOC are sexualized in ways that remove their agency and their humanity, and most times this is perpetrated by both white women and white men.

So when you’re talking about the sexualization of men giving men power, you need to be specific about which group of men you’re talking about.

Amen!

yannvadaru:

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association-of-free-people:

tlcplmax:

Words from General Mattis.

Something that often goes unmentioned about communist revolution is that it isn’t just class warfare. In every 20th century case they exterminated 9-10% of the population not based on wealth but on professional and social status.

This means the best engineers, the top intellectuals, the leaders in medical fields, etc. Communist revolution was not just about a so-called “classless society”. Their ambitions were aimed at remolding society and in Marxian ideology it requires a clean slate to be done correctly.

Another failing of Marxism is that the soviets and the so-called communist states never actually achieved communism. They became stuck in their retarded form of brutal totalitarian socialism. What is popularly known as communism was never communism at all. Communism is the promised glorious world of Next Tuesday that never came.

Because it can’t function.

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Montana Blue Skies Campaign Block Coal Train with Civil Disobedience
http://revolution-news.com/montana-blue-skies-campaign-block-coal-train-civil-disobedience/
via revnews:

Montana Blue Skies Campaign Block Coal Train with Civil Disobedience
http://revolution-news.com/montana-blue-skies-campaign-block-coal-train-civil-disobedience/
via revnews:

Montana Blue Skies Campaign Block Coal Train with Civil Disobedience
http://revolution-news.com/montana-blue-skies-campaign-block-coal-train-civil-disobedience/

via revnews:

Montana Blue Skies Campaign Block Coal Train with Civil Disobedience

http://revolution-news.com/montana-blue-skies-campaign-block-coal-train-civil-disobedience/

"Here is how the internship scam works. It’s not about a “skills” gap. It’s about a morality gap.

1) Make higher education worthless by redefining “skill” as a specific corporate contribution. Tell young people they have no skills.

2) With “skill” irrelevant, require experience. Make internship sole path to experience. Make internships unpaid, locking out all but rich.

3) End on the job training for entry level jobs. Educated told skills are irrelevant. Uneducated told they have no way to obtain skills.

4) As wealthy progress on professional career path, middle and lower class youth take service jobs to pay off massive educational debt.

5) Make these part-time jobs not “count” on resume. Hire on prestige, not skill or education. Punish those who need to work to survive.

6) Punish young people who never found any kind of work the hardest. Make them untouchables — unhireable.

7) Tell wealthy people they are “privileged” to be working 40 hrs/week for free. Don’t tell them what kind of “privileged” it is.

8) Make status quo commentary written by unpaid interns or people hiring unpaid interns. They will tell you it’s your fault.

9) Young people, it is not your fault. Speak out. Fight back. Bankrupt the prestige economy."

The moral bankruptcy of the internship economy | Sarah Kendzior (via brute-reason)

unpaid internships are illegal and every company with an unpaid internship program should be sued into bankruptcy

(via jhermann)

god yes. people do not understand that when they take unpaid internships, they are punishing those with less economic privilege. because only people in good fiscal standing can afford to take on unpaid work. 

if people want to break this cycle, we need to stop accepting that working for free is just what we have to do. we need to say no to these ‘opportunities.’ 

(via srsly—tho)

It’s even more ridiculous when you consider that the whole reason people claim unpaid internships are worth taking is because they can lead to paid positions but, in reality, those with unpaid internships on their resumes only get job offers at not even a 2% higher rate than those who don’t have ANY internship experience at all (paid or unpaid).

And only about 37% of people who actually take unpaid internships eventually end up receiving job offers later. Compared to the 67% of people who receive job offers after completing a PAID internship.

(via biokitty)

Yes x 1 million

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Hello everyone :)
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The 5 cities I love, the way i see them, their beauty :)
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Hello everyone :)
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The 5 cities I love, the way i see them, their beauty :)
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Hello everyone :)
This is what i’ve been working on for today!
The 5 cities I love, the way i see them, their beauty :)
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Hello everyone :)
This is what i’ve been working on for today!
The 5 cities I love, the way i see them, their beauty :)
Beirut, Baalbeck, Amman, Damascus, Jerusalem ..
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Hello everyone :)
This is what i’ve been working on for today!
The 5 cities I love, the way i see them, their beauty :)
Beirut, Baalbeck, Amman, Damascus, Jerusalem ..
If you loved them, kindly like & REBLOG :*

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Hello everyone :)

This is what i’ve been working on for today!

The 5 cities I love, the way i see them, their beauty :)

Beirut, Baalbeck, Amman, Damascus, Jerusalem ..

If you loved them, kindly like & REBLOG :*