Mitt Romney debates himself
Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor (via sayandrew)
It’s like baking a cake. You put in the sugar, the butter, eggs and the flour. You make the batter. You bake the cake. It comes out, it’s perfect, but all of a sudden, you decide you’re going to go on a diet, and now you want a sugar-free cake. As much as you’d like, you can’t just pull the sugar out of the cake—it’s baked in there for good. You come to realize that if you want a sugar-free cake, you’re going to have to start over.
Racism is the sugar in this United States cake, and after being baked in for over 300 years, they can’t just randomly declare that the cake is now sugar-free.
Happy lets-glorify-the-imperialist-tradition day errybody!
0:33 - The infamous “Rahm Emmanuel likes Nickelback” (best sign of CTU strike?)
But what gives these Unions and the strikes arising from them their real importance is this, that they are the first attempt of the workers to abolish competition. They imply the recognition of the fact that the supremacy of the bourgeoisie is based wholly upon the competition of the workers among themselves; i.e., upon their want of cohesion. And precisely because the Unions direct themselves against the vital nerve of the present social order, however one-sidedly, in however narrow a way, are they so dangerous to this social order.Frederick Engels
it’s all part of the plan!
Those who do not move, do not notice their chains.Rosa Luxemburg