Excerpt – ” Slave holders called their slaves lazy, both as a way to justify and explain the cruelty which was required to make them labor without requite and as a psychological trick which allowed them to avoid grappling with the fact that they were committing a massive crime to avoid honest toil.”
Source: White Genocide and You: The troubling truth.
An insightful and informative article re White Genocide. For more visit https://thenegrosubversive.com.
#throwback: Jun 30, 2017 @ 23:42
I’m still perplexed at the idea of differing feminism … but I do wonder, if our up and coming ‘liberals’, or whatever they like to call themselves, didn’t have another club to join? Possibly?
I chose feminism, a very long time ago, as a political view / as a response / as an activist voice … I don’t particularly need a label to define what I am, however it assists with perception.
More importantly though, I chose feminism as a response, because of the ‘violence’ I had experienced, as a woman (with a vagina) … and I did not want my daughters (with vaginas) to be recipients of this type of degradation, because they were female. This is not a perception, it is a reality. It makes me wonder of our ‘liberals’ have actually experienced any type of violence other than breaking a nail?
I applaud this womans stance, and the ‘balls’ for saying it as it is!
For more on this topic and similar, please visit: https://reneejg.net
Source: Guest Post: Liberals need to check their views on “violence”
#throwback: Jun 26, 2017 @ 11:16
And as I repost this article, I am wondering … has anything changed over the past year? Has the violence subsided?
I don’t think so.
Quote ~ “Afrophobia is the irrational fear of black people…”
For More visit https://afrosapiophile.com
#throwback Jun 22, 2017 @ 19:59
Thoughts on ableism:
Excerpt: “But the fact remains, this is a society for the “able bodied” and the “mentally sound,” and this fact is attributable to thoughtlessness conditioned by a disgusting level of unspoken malice. There are philosophers who argue that the disabled should be treated as a lesser class of persons. Even if we remove sentimentality from the equation, I consider such openly and willfully malicious persons to not only lack a basic sense of humanity, but to lack a basic idea of what it means to be human. Such persons undoubtedly think they are liberating the human species from a “burden” by consigning the disabled to a lower place in the great chain of being. They want to privilege what they see as strength and effectiveness. I would argue, that humanity is not only not held back by prioritizing the dignity of those whose conditions of life give them different needs, but, that the ability to do this is among the highest human vocations.”
Source: Pending thoughts: Ableism and its discontents.
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The artist, Hank Willis Thomas, talks here about ‘reframing’ what we think we know; what we perceive, or how we view things. His work is designed to challenge our perceptions, misconceptions and views.
To view more of his beautiful and extraordinary work visit: http://www.hankwillisthomas.com
Yes: #lestweforget this beautiful little piece of out and out right racism and absolute fucking atrocity New Zealand.
#throwback: Nov 11, 2017 @ 23:42