Men fear witches because they take their power from the earth without poisoning the soil. — (via howitzerliterarysociety)
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DC’s Earth-23 is where the race ratios have been inverted and what you get is a Justice League with a few token white heroes.
yo what? is this an ongoing series? I’m sayin can I cop this?
if this is an ongoing thing everyone should buy it till it outsells supermayo
Is that a a black Superman? Or am I trippin
He’s featured in a series called The Multiversity. The first book just dropped yesterday, and he’s plays a part in the story.
White women love to say up and down that “we need to support women led movies!” And scream at poc for not liking that piece of racist shit movie, Lucy.
But aint said a word about the report that shows that there are ZERO WOC LED FANTASY AND SCI FI MOVIES.
Cus “women” only matter when they are white and when this is brought up, folks will try and give you movies from 10+ years ago starring black MEN and say “theres yo representation”
But I’m sleep tho
by stephen jones
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A former LAPD officer turned sociologist (Cooper 1991) observed that the overwhelming majority of those beaten by police turn out not to be guilty of any crime. “Cops don’t beat up burglars”, he observed. The reason, he explained, is simple: the one thing most guaranteed to evoke a violent reaction from police is to challenge their right to “define the situation.” If what I’ve been saying is true this is just what we’d expect. The police truncheon is precisely the point where the state’s bureaucratic imperative for imposing simple administrative schema, and its monopoly of coercive force, come together. It only makes sense then that bureaucratic violence should consist first and foremost of attacks on those who insist on alternative schemas or interpretations. At the same time, if one accepts Piaget’s famous definition of mature intelligence as the ability to coordinate between multiple perspectives (or possible perspectives) one can see, here, precisely how bureaucratic power, at the moment it turns to violence, becomes literally a form of infantile stupidity. — David Graeber, Dead Zones of the Imagination (via antoine-roquentin)