priceofliberty

Anonymous asked:

lol miss-andrea is a facist blog

basedheisenberg answered:

I don’t think so, I looked through their page and I didn’t see even one pro-Hillary 2016 post.

basedheisenberg:

thegreatgadfly:

You’re kind of confused on the whole concept of fascism, aren’t you? I’d recommend certain books, but they might well be beyond your reading comprehension level.

These books?

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retronauthq:

12th January 1950: The Neck Brush
‘Five-year-old Tim Gregory wears, under protest, a brush that cleans a child’s neck without the use of soap and water in Los Angeles, California. The plastic collar brush will dry-clean the youngster’s neck thoroughly as he plays. The brush was developed by the Los Angeles Brush Corp. at a mother’s suggestion.’
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Oh my god why?

retronauthq:

12th January 1950: The Neck Brush

‘Five-year-old Tim Gregory wears, under protest, a brush that cleans a child’s neck without the use of soap and water in Los Angeles, California. The plastic collar brush will dry-clean the youngster’s neck thoroughly as he plays. The brush was developed by the Los Angeles Brush Corp. at a mother’s suggestion.’


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Oh my god why?

afrotraditionalist
ridingthetiger:

"the notion of ‘many’ (i.e., a multiplicity of individual beings) logically contradicts the notion of ‘many equals.’ First of all, ontologically speaking, this is due to the so-called "principle of undiscernibles," which is expressed in these terms: ‘A being that is absolutely identical to another, under every regard, would be one and the same with it.’ Thus, in the concept of ‘many’ is implicit the concept of their fundamental difference: ‘many’ beings that are equal, completely equal, would not be many, but one. To uphold the equality of the many is a contradiction in terms, unless we refer to a body of soulless mass-produced objects."
- Julius Evola

ridingthetiger:

"the notion of ‘many’ (i.e., a multiplicity of individual beings) logically contradicts the notion of ‘many equals.’ First of all, ontologically speaking, this is due to the so-called "principle of undiscernibles," which is expressed in these terms: ‘A being that is absolutely identical to another, under every regard, would be one and the same with it.’ Thus, in the concept of ‘many’ is implicit the concept of their fundamental difference: ‘many’ beings that are equal, completely equal, would not be many, but one. To uphold the equality of the many is a contradiction in terms, unless we refer to a body of soulless mass-produced objects."

- Julius Evola

theaffairchicagopdfan-deactivat

theaffairchicagopdfan-deactivat asked:

"Your sexuality has no business in school, etc"- tell that to the bullies who harass gay students to the point of suicide then. They are the ones making an issue of a persons sexuality.

the-porcelain-empress answered:

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You can get bullied for anything. Being fat, nerdy, stupid, poor, etc. And it’s up to each and every one of us to learn to deal with that. I can teach kids how to be strong but it’s impossible to stop bullying. 

theaffairchicagopdfan:

So we should teach kids to “suck it up” but we can’t teach kids to stop being assholes? Gotcha.

Obviously one is not mutually exclusive of the other. Teaching a child to deal with conflict and have a high sense of self-worth is going to do more to prevent suicide in the event that they come across a child with shitty parents. Coddling them turns them into social justice warriors special gendersnowflakes who can’t deal with anything

iforgot-my-url asked:

That ask you reblogged made me think of something, why do tumblr "sj" people make most things about race? I've seen many posts where people turn stuff that's supposed to be just fun or plain facts into arguments about why is that race or minority being oppressed by that tumblr post/picture in particular..

Depends. Mostly because they are attention seeking. At least on Tumblr.