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Never forget that, on the 11th of July 1995, one of Europe’s greatest crimes against humanity-the Bosnian genocide-reached its peak with the brutal massacre of over 8,000 Muslim Bosnian men & young boys of all ages, and the the expulsion of 25,000-30,000 Muslim Bosnians that followed the very same day.

Never forget that this bloody extermination was strategically made with the intention of “cleansing” Europe of its ethnic Muslims, and is an act that modern day xenophobia & islamophobia still echoes.

Never forget that this genocide was part of a greater atrocious and vicious ethnic cleansing campaign that lasted, largely ignored & unrestricted, from 1992-1995. It included unlawful confinement, murder, rape, sexual assault, torture, beating, robbery, and inhumane treatment of civilians. It not only targeted political leaders but also intellectuals & professionals. There were unlawful deportations, unchecked shelling of civilians, unlawful appropriation of real and personal property by the government, the destruction of homes and businesses, and the destruction of places of worship.

Never forget.
May they rest in power.

This is the perfectly preserved head of Diogo Alves, a serial killer from the 18th century. Alves would throw people off the Águas Livres Aqueduct in Lisbon, Portugal. Due to the area being a popular suicide jump site, nobody is sure how many people he truly killed. 

“Of course there is a final solution too: death of entire human race. It would solve every problem of humanity. The faster human race is wiped out from this planet, the better… no one should be left alive. I have no mercy for the scum of earth, the pathetic human race.” -Pekka


Ok but he looks so sad in this. And from what seems to be the most accurate possibility from the scene is that after the helicopter crashed, Joker came back for Harley before the confront with Enchantress. And Harley refuses to go with him bc she wants to help the squad. WHAT IF IT BREAKS HIS HEART I MEAN LOOK AT HIS FACE IM IN TEARS WHYYYYYYYYYYY

“In September of 1978, Shari and I drove Jeff to the Columbus campus of Ohio State University.  But despite Shari’s efforts, he still went reluctantly, and it was clear that he was going more or less on my orders.  He had never exhibited any interest in college or in any of the fields or professions he might pursue there.  He had no notion of what his major might be, except some area of business.  He packed his bag without excitement and with little thought.  Inside the bag, there were none of those articles that one might expect of a young adult.  Instead, he had packed a snake skin which he’d gotten at Boy Scout Camp, and two pictures of his dog.”

- Lionel Dahmer, A Father’s Story