"Peggy may work outside of the S.S.R. to get shit done, but she has not completely given up on changing a flawed system. When she is caught by the S.S.R., she faces their questions and — when Leviathan becomes an even larger threat — she works with the S.S.R. to take them down. Peggy may have her hands full facing off against Leviathan, but it’s nothing compared to her attempts to challenge and dismantle patriarchy. This is a seemingly impossible foe that, in their current cinematic form, The Avengers never have to face. This is why we need Agent Carter." ‪#‎RenewAgentCarter‬

Agent Carter “Valediction” recap for Head Over Feels

[News] 17th year long-running idol Shinhwa "We don't want to be trapped in the past"

Coming back with 12th full album “WE”
"We are not the right answer for idols..don’t be upset even if the group dismantles"

"We are idols who are still active. We don’t want to be trapped in the past"

*omit album introduction and concert mention*

Kim Dongwan said, “Holding a concert annually is a promise we want to keep. There were quite a lot of people who were disappointed when 5 of us held the concert last year. We’re working hard towards presenting an eye-opening and good concert this year. Andy is the main reason we can keep our promise (of the concert) this year. Andy worked up a lot of courage.”  

Andy apologized, saying, “I missed the stage but I was worried the public wouldn’t accept me. I’m apologetic towards the members and above all, very sorry for causing the fans worry through something so serious. I’ll work hard to show a good side as I promote.”

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anonymous asked:

I hate how sjw's make privileged groups out to be terrible people if they don't spend every waking moment trying to dismantle racism like, they have their own lives to worry about, they can't spend every single moment trying to appease the sjw's.

PnF characters and problematic shit they'd (probably) do
  • Phineas:Unironically says the word "friendzone"
  • Ferb:that douchey poet who romanticizes Lolita
  • Isabella:isabella has never been problematic in her life
  • Buford:Violent tendencies and the occasional mysogynistic remark caused by the pressure put on him by society to be hyper masculine. Has apologized and worked very hard to dismantle the hyper masculinity he forced on himself.
  • Baljeet:Too caught up in societies ideas about gender/sexuality. Needs to chill out 100% of the time.
  • Vanessa:stole a toy from a little girl. Threatened two agents with a hairdryer. Stole a scooter.
  • Monty:is a fucking unapologetic hipster. Insults his dates dads.
  • Candace:is rude to authority figures. Lies to her boyfriend.
  • Stacy:doesn't do her homework.
  • Ginger:Dating a known homosexual.
  • Gretchen:pretentious af. Talks too complex for 90% of the population to understand.
  • Irving:is a stalker.
  • Albert:probably a brony.
  • Django:is never there for his friends.
  • Johnny:chose a video game over his girlfriend. Doesn't take no for an answer. Broods. Needs to chill.
  • Doof:has a thing for a platypus
  • Perry:has a thing for a human.

anonymous asked:

whites being like 'you make me hate my skin color :(' i honestly cant deal w it

GOD white tears and white guilt are the most useless things on this god damned world… like if you feel so bad stop yapping and start doing something about dismantling oppressive power structures! but instead they sit on their asses and whine about how bad they feel… whites expecting poc sympathy for their guilt like smfh what kind of privilege and entitlement lol

anonymous asked:

Does it ever bother you when goyim call themselves "anti-Zionist"? For some reason it just rubs me the wrong way. I have no problem with people saying they are anti-Israel but I really hate when non-Jews use the term "anti-Zionist." Idk zionism is a Jewish idea, there are many different types of zionism (cultural, religious, political, etc) that Jews created & I feel that the only people who can use "anti-Zionist" as an identity are Jews. Just curious what you think of this. Thanks

I have a problem with people saying they are ‘anti-Israel’, simply because most people don’t define themselves as being opposed to a country…unless it’s Israel. Maybe the U.S., but Americans aren’t attacked for their national identity in the same way, nor do people talk openly about their hopes of dismantling the United States and forcing its citizens to scatter across the earth. Funny, that.

As for ‘anti-Zionist’…I don’t see the term as reserved for Jews, but I’m the sort of person who thinks that men can be feminists. If you are opposed to the Jewish return to their land, and the existence of a Jewish national movement, then you’re anti-Zionist. I think you’re WRONG, and I suspect that if you’re a Gentile and not a Palestinian I’ll think your reasons for being an anti-Zionist are totally misinformed and inadequate, but I will allow you to keep the title.

theafrohumanite asked:

How can a Africa dismantle white domination and stop being the world's underclass

I can’t do you question justice in this format.  My specific ideas and actions towards achieving those specific goals can be found in my blog archives however. 

I will give a list of my top five actions though, that’s the best way I think I can at the very least approach answering your question.

Dismantling White Domination:

  1. First we need to study and fully comprehend the Systems and Institutions of White Domination.  We too often engage in opposition with enemies or with processes we fail to fully comprehend.  We need to make understanding first and foremost in our academic and intellectual development.  Unfortunately, we are doing the opposite; our Negro leaders tell us to “stop focusing on the White man, and focus on what we need to do.” This is suicidal, to ignore one’s oppressor, their actions, methods, and larger agendas.
  2. Define who we are, and our ideological stance.  We are still foolishly struggling with who we are as a people, we allow so much unnecessary complexity and confusion in this area.  People want to identify with their Tribes, their religions groupings, their economic group, etc; but our oppression is cultural and Race based and those are the key alignments that we must establish and reinforce as we begin to engage our enemies and work to defeat them.
  3. Collectively and Systematically target vulnerable segments of the Systems and Institutions of White Domination.  That means ending our contributions to them, ending our support for them, and creating viable alternatives as we abandon the culture, rituals, and practices embedded within the Oppressor’s Systems.  I could be something as major as divesting from the Stock Market and directly funding Pan-African Enterprises, or something as simple as no longer buying Nike as a group, buying less expensive brands, and shunting the saved resources into a collective or Pan-African projects.  The level and depth of the divestment depends on our level of organization in any given arena and stage of the struggle.  When we move as a collective there are literally thousands of opportunities and options that open to us as a people.
  4. Revolutionize African culture.  All Revolutionary struggles are only as strong as the culture they are birth from.  We have to begin to support existing Revolutionary artist and arts as we groom more and more Revolutionary artist from the ranks of our youth.  Our culture is the first think the Europeans and Arabs targeted when they reached Africa’s shores because they understood that if they couldn’t break the culture they couldn’t break the nation, they couldn’t break the people.  We have to understand that those artist making millions while driving us deeper into the Western Mentality and Value systems are treasonous, and we undermine our own liberation as we voluntarily consume their products.  
  5. The African Diaspora and African nations always join with the West when they engage their enemies.  We must begin to define our interest in the geopolitical stage and only act in our collective interest, and also in a way the strictly opposes Imperlism.  Fortunately, most of the initial steps towards require simple changes in our thinking and actions; nothing illegal or even high risk but as the System begins to see and feel the affects of these first steps they will intensify their oppression and attempts to derail our efforts, that’s when more advanced actions come into play, that’s for another time…and format tho.

Remove Africans as the World’s Underclass:

  1. The first thing we must do is Define Wealth on Our Own Terms, we will never be richer than those who print the money and manipulate its value, so we must redefine both the symbols and definitions of wealth.
  2. Erect cultural, and where possible physical and policy barriers to entrance into Black nations and Black communities of the Diaspora.  In Hoods and Nations defined as Black you find all Races setting up businesses and operations, that is colonization, even though they don’t call it that.  We need to eject these individuals and their businesses and maintain Black economic bloc that prevents economic exploitation and extraction from our nations and communities.
  3. Absolutely reject Alien religions, people don’t respect a people who bow before them, or their Gods.  African Gods, Religions, Spiritual Systems, Doctrine, and Rituals are the only path towards spiritual development, salvation of the soul, and respectability among other nations.
  4. Rejection of Western, Indian, Asian standards of beauty.  We have to expand and intensify the Natural Hair and natural beauty movements our women are construction.  We have to get behind the anti-skin bleaching campaign that African models are building; we have to embrace African features in all their manifestations.  Just imagine the resources and time that will be freed up as we stop spending our time and money trying to look like anything other than ourselves.
  5. Finally, we have to understand that our issue is not one of Class but Caste.  We can’t earn, spend, or buy our way to respectability, our humanity dosen’t have a price tag, and even the wealthiest and most talented among us are traumatized by our ongoing oppression.  So we will stop being an underclass when we begin to target and dismantle the systems that have devalued Blackness and Africanity.  That’s most important because if we simply elevated in Class and didn’t deal with Caste the System would simply drive another population of Black/Brown/Yellow people to the bottom to fill the void, and we don’t want to live in a world were our prosperity comes at the expense of another Race, we have done, and can do better. 

I’m sorry I can’t give a better response to your questions because there are questions we must fully and successfully address, but I just don’t know how to do it more justice in this format. I do recommend ‘Blue Print for Black Power,’ by Amos N. Wilson; and the writings of Claud Anderson to address you two questions in detail. 

Still can’t believe the demo is out

So I was watching Markiplier play the demo, and I noticed probably the same amount that other people have noticed. The tapes the new phone guy found, of the old phone guy explaining how to switch the animatronics from the automated mode to just a simple suit. Then in the minigames after the nights showed a purple freddy leading the animatronics away, only to be dismantled by none other than the purple guy. But how would he dismantle the animatronics within a few seconds? It’s because he didn’t. He used the hidden lever to disable them into the “suit mode.” But how would the purple guy know about the lever? He had to have been an employee, but that’s too vague. He could’ve possibly been one of the guards that the player played as in FNAF 2. On night 7 of FNAF 2, you play as someone different, Fritz Smith. Perhaps this random person is the purple guy? His motive may have been just anger and frustration from him getting fired. But why did I chose Fritz instead of Jeremy? I believe that Jeremy was killed in the Bite of ‘87. Jeremy was told to go for the day shift and keep watch of the animatronics as they were acting “twitchy.” 

That’s all I really have for now, just waiting for more videos and info to be released.

Again, this is just a theory.

George Washington, Enslaver and Freedom Fighter

We remember George Washington as one of the most vital figures in our national history: A capable general, a president, and a hero of democracy. We give far less attention to his life as a slaveholder, even as slavery produced the wealth that supported his family and his ambitions. Writing for the New York Times, Erica Armstrong Dunbar illustrates the extent to which the first president of the first modern democracy was utterly committed to the enslavement of African Americans:

During the president’s two terms in office, the Washingtons relocated first to New York and then to Philadelphia. Although slavery had steadily declined in the North, the Washingtons decided that they could not live without it. Once settled in Philadelphia, Washington encountered his first roadblock to slave ownership in the region — Pennsylvania’s Gradual Abolition Act of 1780.

The act began dismantling slavery, eventually releasing people from bondage after their 28th birthdays. Under the law, any slave who entered Pennsylvania with an owner and lived in the state for longer than six months would be set free automatically. This presented a problem for the new president.

Washington developed a canny strategy that would protect his property and allow him to avoid public scrutiny. Every six months, the president’s slaves would travel back to Mount Vernon or would journey with Mrs. Washington outside the boundaries of the state. In essence, the Washingtons reset the clock. The president was secretive when writing to his personal secretary Tobias Lear in 1791: “I request that these Sentiments and this advise may be known to none but yourself & Mrs. Washington.”

This reminds me of one of my favorite Dave Chappelle jokes, from his second stand-up special, For What It’s Worth. Riffing off of the then-recent “liberation” of Iraq, he talks about psychological oppression, the past, and how black people have a special relationship to our national imagery.

But then I thought, if you can do that for Iraq, what about our money? Our money looks like baseball cards with slaveowners on them. George Washington is the worst of the worst. Yes I said it. We mythologize this motherfucker like he’s the greatest dude, man. If I went back in time with a white person, and we saw George Washington walking in front of our time machine, my white friend would probably be like, “Oh my God Dave, look there’s George Washington, it’s the father of this great nation. I’m going to go shake his hand.” I’d be on the other side like, “Run nigga, it’s George Washington.” And we’d both be right.

anonymous asked:

By the time some of us actually get done with graduate school I think tenure will be a thing of the past along with those old professors who got paid to dose off. (It has always been a goal of mine to be one of them too...dang.)

True story: that prof died in class. They literally carried him out. Now that’s tenure.

The uni I received my PhD from attempted to introduce a new faculty evaluative system. There was a no confidence vote for the president that shut that down real quick. The tenure system is deeply entrenched. It will be interesting to watch it be dismantled eventually.

leftist: and that’s why you’re a fucking asshole 

me, on the sidelines: haha yeah! tell ‘em! haha *flips through hip leftist lingo book* abolish dismantle romanticize pomo mother of

Where black people are able to claim the space outside of the white gaze by expressing their subjectivity, we see pride in black power actualized in our empathy–where we identify with each others struggles and our practices of liberation. We see safety and comfort or relief outside of the gaze. We find ourselves no longer fighting to prove our existence. We simply see each other as valid. Where community develops in this way, the power of the black oppositional gaze reveals itself as a tool for dismantling Imperialist White Supremacist Capitalist Patriarchy.
—  M.I. Jazz Freeman on Black Existentialism

Last week, Rorate Caeli interviewed Raymond Cardinal Burke via telephone on numerous topics. Nothing was off the table for this interview and His Eminence was incredibly generous with his time. He showed himself to be brilliant and yet filled with humility. And his care and concern for traditional Catholics must be acknowledged and appreciated.

In this wide-ranging interview, His Eminence talked about issues ripped from the news such as: Vatican officials threatening to sue bloggers; more priests coming under his authority; the dismantling of the Franciscans of the Immaculate; how traditional Catholics can save their souls in this modern world — and get their children the sacraments in the traditional rite in the face of dissenting bishops; priestly celibacy; daily confusion from Pope Francis; and much, much more.