terrorization

'White people can't be terrorists.'

We’ve been told this for years. Not directly, perhaps, but when a white person bombs a church or massacres a school or flies a plane carrying 150 people into a mountainside, killing everyone on board, it’s hard to draw any other conclusion.

Disturbed? Yes. Mentally ill? Probably. A troubled outcast? Of course. But “terrorist”? That term is reserved for a special type of person, someone with brown skin, a foreign-sounding name, roots in the Middle East or North Africa and a progressively anti-Western Internet history — probably typed in Arabic.

Terrorists, we’re told, are Muslim. And if anything happens to disrupt that notion, we have a really hard time explaining it.
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this is Vince and Darren when they’re walkin to work, or told someone off

(i think I’m gonna try animating and if so I’m gonna freaking animate this cause this is making me so happy)

White people can’t be terrorists.

We’ve been told this for years. Not directly, perhaps, but when a white person bombs a church or massacres a school or flies a plane carrying 150 people into a mountainside, killing everyone on board, it’s hard to draw any other conclusion. Disturbed? Yes. Mentally ill? Probably. A troubled outcast? Of course. But “terrorist”? That term is reserved for a special type of person, someone with brown skin, a foreign-sounding name, roots in the Middle East or North Africa and a progressively anti-Western Internet history — probably typed in Arabic.

Terrorists, we’re told, are Muslim. And if anything happens to disrupt that notion, we have a really hard time explaining it.

Details are still emerging in the case of Andreas Lubitz, the 28-year-old Germanwings co-pilot who allegedly locked his captain out of the cockpit and ran Flight 9525 into the French Alps on Tuesday. We don’t know his motive. We know very little about him at all. Yet the media coverage and testimony around his actions suggest something remarkable: a clear, almost desperate effort to avoid calling Lubitz what, for a Muslim in his position, would likely be a foregone conclusion.

More of my armless lizard Basilisk child. I did the thing that rebornica did with all their Dreamscape Characters, because I thoguht it was cool and I’m completely unoriginal in every way plz murder me.

But yeah I was going to have this boy have something to do with venom but when I saw Darren was poison I started to think about it more. And If  was being honest with myself  Lucan is more acid than he is poison, so I swapped him from poison to acid.

Btw that basilisk in back is TOTALLY based off the one in Harry Potter, like I am completely unoriginal but it just looks SO GOOD.

I finished it, aaa!! >w< So, here is the finished drawing of Shanta Monochrome!

Again, I got the idea when Rebs said that Shanta’s job as a dreamscaper is to ease and calm the minds of people who have split personalities and often bipolar disorder patients! I really love Shanta’s design too, she’s so beautiful! I worked on this drawing for 17 hours and I’m somewhat happy with how it turned out!

Rebs, I hope you like it! ;w;

Shanta Monochrome (c) Rebornica

Art (c) me

Okay, so I decided since everyone was making Dreamscaper OC’s for rebornica‘s Night Terror game and for Steven Universe, I made an interchangeable one!

His name’s Zircon, after the yellow gem named Zircon….not much else to the name.

In Night Terror, Zircon is more of an aid to the player when needed with help. You can acquire a token or a yellow gem (hence the name) and use it to summon him when the player uses it. With Vince or others, the teams are pretty good with bosses  and other enemies. Even when you haven’t summoned him yet or you already used him, he’ll pop up on the screen at times for a short period to give some tips. He does however, have a code you can use to be play  as him in the game.


In Steven Universe, Zircon was once apart of the Home World, before the Gems went rogue. After some contemplation, he left after chaos had broke out, traveling to Earth. There, he met up with the Crystal Gems (when Rose was alive then) and he sought advice from them. After convincing him to stay on Earth and from going back to the Home World, Zircon agreed to help the Crystals in their time of need. Before he decided to move to a different area, he had met Rose Quartz. Their relationship was mutual, making friends a bit after sometime. He formed a psychic bond with her in the short time as well. (Rose is gone here and Steven’s in place) On an emergency call, he had met Steven and sensed that he carried Rose’s gem. The two instantly befriended each other in the process.


Hope you enjoy? I’m such a weeb.