hairspraysuppository:

forlovers:

Wadjda (2013) - dir. Haifaa Al-Mansour // Saudi Arabia

I haven’t gotten a mixtape in a minute…………..

wocinsolidarity:

scorpius-rising:

So CNN just showed a report on the royal visit to New Zealand, which not only actively mocked the cultural traditions of the Maori, comparing the haka to the mating dance of the emu, but also denigrated the cultural traditions of many other groups as being ‘native’ and generally silly. It’s this kind of shoddy journalism and blatant racism that perpetuates an idea of multiculturalism being some kind of childish joke and trivialises the identity of 15% of NZ’s population. If you want to do something about it, there is a complaint here, and the petition associated with it here.  .

SIGNAL BOOST

hemelbeestje:

captain-sonic:

hemelbeestje:

would like thank u

Oh. My. God. Why is this not mine??? (づ ̄ ³ ̄)づ

because it’s €630 o͡͡͡͡͡͡͡͡͡͡͡͡͡͡╮(;´༎ຶД༎ຶ`)╭o͡͡͡͡͡͡͡͡͡͡͡͡͡͡

hemelbeestje:

captain-sonic:

hemelbeestje:

would like thank u

Oh. My. God. Why is this not mine??? (づ ̄ ³ ̄)づ

because it’s €630 o͡͡͡͡͡͡͡͡͡͡͡͡͡͡╮(;´༎ຶД༎ຶ`)╭o͡͡͡͡͡͡͡͡͡͡͡͡͡͡

communistcritiques:

Condemning nationalism in its entirety is really peak idealism though

like finding the nationalism of neo-nazis and the nationalism of Palestinians equally objectionable is so anti-materialist and anti-radical it’s amazing how people will try to pass it off as part of some edgy critique of power

michaelswaney:

Charlie Roberts, Choppy-Mart, 2011. 90 x 45 Inches, graphite and gouache on paper

michaelswaney:

Charlie Roberts, Choppy-Mart, 2011. 90 x 45 Inches, graphite and gouache on paper