July 23, 2014
popthirdworld:

androphilia: The band Massive Attack delivers solidarity message for Gaza. (via Khaled Bey)

popthirdworld:

androphilia: The band Massive Attack delivers solidarity message for Gaza. (via Khaled Bey)

July 20, 2014
alexanderpf:

US embassy in Berlin, July 19, 2014 via brucesterling

alexanderpf:

US embassy in Berlin, July 19, 2014 via brucesterling

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Filed under: surveillance 
July 13, 2014

eviltriplet:

Slavoj Žižek, a psychoanalyst and Marxist philosopher, on the Kinder Surprise egg

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Filed under: zizek 
July 12, 2014

androphilia:

Palestinian Father to Killed Son: Wake Up, I Brought You a Toy

Gaza, Friday, July 11 2014

A little boy killed by Israeli rockets, and his father in a total state of shock and disbelief that his son is already dead … The father is screaming and talking to his dead son saying, while shaking him hard: “wake up, father brought you a toy” !!

July 10, 2014

fotojournalismus:

Airstrikes in Gaza | July 2014

1. An Israeli activist carries a placard during a protest against the war on the Gaza strip, in the Israeli city of Tel Aviv on July 9, 2014. (Ahmad Gharabli/AFP/Getty Images)

2. Smoke and flames are seen following an Israeli air strike in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip on July 9, 2014. (Reuters)

3. Palestinian relatives mourn during the funeral of members of Hamad family in the town of Beit Hanoun in the northern Gaza Strip on July 9, 2014. (Mohammed Salem/Reuters)

4. Palestinians inspect the remains of a car which was hit in an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on July 9, 2014. (Ashraf Amrah/Reuters)

5. Relatives of eight Palestinian members from al-Haj family, who medics said were killed in an early morning air strike that destroyed at least two homes, mourn during their funeral in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip on July 10, 2014. (Ibraheem Abu Mustafa/Reuters)

6. A picture taken in Gaza City on July 10, 2014 shows a damaged building after it was hit by an Israeli air strike. (Mohammed Abed/AFP/Getty Images)

7. A Palestinian woman runs carrying a girl following an Israeli air strike on a house in Gaza city on July 9, 2014. (Majdi Fathi/Reuters)

8. Two boys stand near damage caused by Israeli warplanes in Gaza on July 10, 2014. (Yasser Qudih/NurPhoto/Corbis)

9. Israelis watch as smoke rises after air strikes across the border in northern Gaza on July 8, 2014. (Amir Cohen/Reuters)

10. A Palestinian boy plays in the rubble of a destroyed house the day after an Israeli strike in the town of Beit Hanoun, northern Gaza Strip on July 9, 2014. (Khalil Hamra/AP)

(Sources: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9)

(via picotheparrot)

July 10, 2014
"The definition of a philosopher is a blind man in a dark room looking for a black hat that isn’t there. The definition of a theologian is the one who finds it. And a mathematician is the one who calculates the odds of finding the hat."

— (via odinsblog)

(via truth-has-a-liberal-bias)

July 8, 2014

philosophicallust:

boredhottie:

pacific-trim:

I’M SO DONE

OMG LOL

Oh my god

(Source: fyspringfield.com)

July 2, 2014
Here's what World Cup teams would look like if immigrants weren't allowed to play

afrocendent:

Can we just take a second to see the colonial extraction of talent that happens with these European teams?  France and Germany would not have teams if they made good on their racist, anti-immigrant rhetoric. It is important to keep in mind that these competitions like the world cup are not a reflection of national prowess for many European teams, but a flexing of imperial muscle.  

(via popthirdworld)

June 15, 2014

cognitivedissonance:

Ouch. My feels.

(Source: huffingtonpost)

June 15, 2014
akeppleaday:

I can’t imagine why Google prefers their FIFA World Cup Doodles over my well-researched one. Oh well, their loss I guess.

akeppleaday:

I can’t imagine why Google prefers their FIFA World Cup Doodles over my well-researched one. Oh well, their loss I guess.

(via cognitivedissonance)

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