Radical Problems

Penciled in thoughts of a radical in a southern state

“A worker is a worker, whether in prison or not, and a group of workers is a union, whether recognized by the state or not. Incarcerated workers are some of the most exploited in the United States. We are doing everything we can do to support them, and call on all people of conscience in this country to join this movement to end the New Jim Crow and abolish the prison industrial complex”

—   Jim Faulkner, Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee member  (via skullxcrusher)

(Source: jointheiww, via skullxcrusher)

praxisandcapital:

FULL COMMUNISM

praxisandcapital:

FULL COMMUNISM

(Source: latiox)

“Unity is a good thing, no doubt, but honesty is better, and if unity can only be obtained by the suppression of truth and the toleration of falsehood, then it is not worth the price we are asked to pay for it.”

—   James Connolly (via sedimentarysyndicalist)

(via sedimentarysyndicalist)

“Only in America can you be pro-death penalty, pro-war, pro-unmanned drone bombs, pro-nuclear weapons, pro-guns, pro-torture, pro-land mines, and still call yourself ‘pro-life.’”

—   John Fugelsang (via companyofyou)

(via neoliberalismkills)

“I think it’s very healthy to spend time alone. You need to know how to be alone and not be defined by another person.”

—   Oscar Wilde (via third-eyes)

(Source: observando, via toonzle)

cinnamontoastmunch:

wanna buy some drugs

cinnamontoastmunch:

wanna buy some drugs

(Source: getoutoftherecat, via neoliberalismkills)

fuckyeahmarxismleninism:

"No Borders, No Nations, Stop Deportation!" by Melanie Cervantes
New print available http://bit.ly/1gFr161Melanie Cervantes, 11 x17, 2-color screenprint, chipboard, Printed in San Leandro, 2013'My paternal grandparents and my uncle were deported, in the 1930s, under the “Mexican Repatriation Act” along with around 2 million other people living in the U.S. It didn't matter that my uncle was a citizen (Along with another 1.2 million others). Most people I talk to have never heard of this policy signed by conservative Republican President Herbert Hoover. I believe the trauma this caused to my family still has not been resolved. They are scars run deep.'If only history didn't repeat itself. Operation Wetback 1954 and today…'I wonder, in the future, will people remember Obama's deportation record? 1100 families are torn apart EVERY day. What impact are these racist policies having on the little ones whose families are being separated? And, what traumas will be passed on to the generations who haven't been born?'

fuckyeahmarxismleninism:

"No Borders, No Nations, Stop Deportation!" by Melanie Cervantes

New print available http://bit.ly/1gFr161
Melanie Cervantes, 11 x17, 2-color screenprint, chipboard, Printed in San Leandro, 2013

'My paternal grandparents and my uncle were deported, in the 1930s, under the “Mexican Repatriation Act” along with around 2 million other people living in the U.S. It didn't matter that my uncle was a citizen (Along with another 1.2 million others). Most people I talk to have never heard of this policy signed by conservative Republican President Herbert Hoover. I believe the trauma this caused to my family still has not been resolved. They are scars run deep.

'If only history didn't repeat itself. Operation Wetback 1954 and today…

'I wonder, in the future, will people remember Obama's deportation record? 1100 families are torn apart EVERY day. What impact are these racist policies having on the little ones whose families are being separated? And, what traumas will be passed on to the generations who haven't been born?'

(via garbageling)

walk-the-ocean-floor:

THIS IS WAY TOO PERFECT FOR IT TO BE A COINCIDENCE WHAT THE FUCK

walk-the-ocean-floor:

THIS IS WAY TOO PERFECT FOR IT TO BE A COINCIDENCE WHAT THE FUCK

(Source: walktheoceanfloor, via mylifeandotherstories)

zeathefourth:

take off your mask
…the teeny compressed version…

zeathefourth:

take off your mask

…the teeny compressed version…

(via honeybeing)