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So, people overseas might remember the MP, Jo Cox, who was shot and stabbed to death in the week running up to the Brexit vote. She was killed by Thomas Mair, in what was and still is rightfully labelled an act of blatant terrorism. Specifically, white nationalist terrorism.

He was tried and found guilty of murder today, and given a life sentence in prison.

Given the political climate in the West at the moment – in Europe, the UK, and the US – and the turn the media has taken in their discussion of these sorts of matters, I have mixed feelings about the way the BBC at least has reported on this.

On one level, I’m glad that they are placing front and center the fact that, yes, Thomas Mair was a Right-Wing extremist. Yes, he was in contact with pro-apartheid neo-nazi publications in South Africa. Yes, he showed an interest in the KKK. Yes, in his home he had hoarded up and meticulously organised a collection of nazi and white supremacist literature, pamphlets, and media. Yes, he literally owned a fucking Nazi eagle. Yes, it’s made clear that his attack was planned and executed as an act of terrorism, and an attempt to prove a twisted point to the country — it was motivated by the fact that he was deeply invested in the politics of hate, and saw the Brexit vote as a chance for those politics to gain ground.

They are calling him what he was, in that sense. A straight-up neo-nazi. And that’s more than a good deal of media is doing currently. (Can you say ‘alt-r*ght’? Can you say ‘dapper white nationalist’?) However, it’s still less than they ought to be doing.

The coverage given to Thomas Mair seems to go out of its way to present him as all this, but also as an obsessive loner with mental health issues. And real as these issues might be, to me, they seem to be put forward as a sort of scapegoat or smokescreen. An effort to make Mair’s politics seem like a symptom of his own, and not a symptom of the dangerous rising prominence of the Right throughout the world at the moment. It’s a decoy, making people afraid of the wrong thing. But isn’t that always the way with news coverage of white terrorists?

He was not, the BBC say, affiliated with any known far-Right groups in the country, and was not involved in rallies or marches. He was, they make a point of saying, independent — a rogue agent. Which, true as it may be, does nothing at all to raise awareness of the kind of groups who feel the way that he did, and are still at large. Or rather, fuck it, groups who are, in the US, UK, and Europe, on the fucking rise — going public, making inroads towards something like a kind of sick legitimacy.

And that is not fine. Call these people what they are, and make people aware of what they represent. Not by giving their ideas a fucking fair shake, or letting them rebrand themselves. But by showing people what they are – Neo-Nazis, white supremacists, white nationalists, fucking born-again fascists – and that, yes, they ought to be angry. That should be the only media coverage they get. To show people what to push against and tell them: Push.

Pro-life conservatives are obsessed with the fetus from conception to nine months. After that, they don’t wanna know about you! They don’t want to hear from you, no nothing! No neo-natal care, no day care, no head start, no school lunch, no food stamps, no welfare, no nothing. If you’re pre-born, you’re fine. If you’re preschool, you’re fucked. You’re fucked.
—  George Carlin

“Christian” conservatives: will blow up abortion clinics and assassinate every abortion doctor alive to ensure the birth of a fetus, because “all life is precious”

“Christian” conservatives: once born, will allow that ex-fetus and it’s mother to go homeless and starve to death, because fuck you

Breaking News: WWE releases Zahra Schrieber
[August 31st, 2015]

Just this past weekend, Zahra Schrieber debuted at an NXT show as the sister of Solomon Crowe. Wrestling fans were quick to point out imagery posted on Instagram by Zahra Schrieber in 2012, featuring a swastika.

Among Zahra’s responses to criticism of the photos were:

  • I like history ha
  • it’s really not anyone’s business anyway. I can post whatever photos I want, if you don’t like them my feelings won’t be hurt if you unfollow
  • haha it’s not a big deal! I can hang whatever photos I want in MY room or MY instagram. Just like she can post all over her networking sites how she thinks women who are prolife are idiots. We all have our own opinions and lifestyles. I don’t comment on hers so I expect the same.
  • The swastika means prosperity and luck. It was around way before hitler turned it into an icon. Take it how you want I could careless [sic]. This is too funny.
  • I said that referring to her saying the swastika symbol deserves to be spat on. It has other meanings also. f–k off. I’ll take interest anything I want. If you look next to it is a photo of an actress who refused nazism and was awarded right to America. I’ll put whatever i want on wall. Get the f–k over it.

Despite her defenses and criticisms of fans’ dislike for the photos, they were deleted by Zahra, but resurfaced this past weekend and were brought to the attention of WWE brass. Zahra Schrieber, the real life girlfriend of Seth Rollins, has been released by the WWE. Their zero-policy for racism is admirable, despite having been lenient in the past toward allegations and blatant displays. I think we could thank Alberto Del Rio for standing up against racism and CM Punk for being honest on The Art Of Wrestling for the movement.

Jaisini Gleitzeit Supermodernity Manifesto  (Short version)  1994

Jaisini Gleitzeit

Gleitzeit style based on depiction of visual flexibility with theoretical


A painting which purpose is to achieve composition of enclosure.

Art based on the depiction of a circle evolution of understanding and seeing.

A kind of art which draws upon imagery and seeks to reveal and abstract

idea of the connection within.

It’s flexible because it has multiple principles.

Paintings with a capacity to change visually by the artistic magic changing

your subconscious mind.

It is a session of Hypnosis that controls you by a disorganized absolute

harmony of everything expected from a “nonexistent” picture.

It depends upon the pattern of line as a primal creator of whatever associated

or disassociated from the theme.

The artist’s mind is the superior beginning of the line, but the line is free and


Flexi is a new neo-pro-anti-post.

anonymous asked:

I'm just so confused with 90s / '90s / 1990s. I came to the conclusion that '90s / 1990s is proper grammer. But then again I read articles with 90s in it. Help me please XD. Also, how would you write "mid-1990s"? Is it correct to hyphernate?

Found this info for you:

Use hyphens with the prefixes anti-, mid-, neo-, post-, pre-, and pro- that precede proper nouns and numbers. For example:
post-Vietnam War

Source: brighthubeducation

Rule: There are differing policies for expressing decades using numerals. Some write the 1980s and the ’80s, others write the 1980′s and the 80′s. However, using two apostrophes (the ’80′s) is awkward and is not recommended.

During the ’80s, the world’s economy grew.
During the 1980s, the world’s economy grew.
During the 1980′s, the world’s economy grew.
Not Advised: During the ’80′s, the world’s economy grew.

Source: grammarbook


Gut-wrenching photos show the violent clash between Neo-Nazis and pro-refugee protesters

On Saturday, a group of fascist nationalists were waiting for anti-fascist protesters at a service station in Maidstone, United Kingdom. The neo-Nazi group allegedly started attacking the protesters’ coaches, throwing objects and punches, smashing one of the windscreens and even reportedly drawing a swastika in blood on one of the busses. Their salute captured in several photos was deeply disturbing.




Just a reminder, as Goldman Sachs is paying $5 BILLION in fines for destroying the economy and knowingly selling toxic mortgages, you can see Hillary [and her gang of capitalist marauders, Mike Bloomberg and Hank Paulson, and corrupt hacks Sheldon Silver] helping them build their empire. Literally.

Bad optics? This is reality. Hillary’s speaking fees and ‘status quo incrementalism’ are the backbone of her neo-liberal ‘quid pro quo’ relationship that enable the wealthy on Wall St.