bijikurdistan:

Ceylan Ozalp (19), known from the BBC report about Kurdish YPG Women fighters (http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=TGVbpsGmLVo) led today with several comrades in the northern Syrian Kurdish city Kobani resistance against the ISIS terrorists.
Surrounded on all sides and set under attack, she lost all her friends. She fought alone against the supernumerary terrorists. When she had no more ammunition and recognized the hopeless situation, she said goodbye over her radio and killed herself with the last bullet so that she don’t to fall into the hands of the rapists. 
"We’re not scared of anything," she said. "We’ll fight to the last. We’d rather blow ourselves up than be captured by ISIS."
Rest in Peace Heroine

bijikurdistan:

Ceylan Ozalp (19), known from the BBC report about Kurdish YPG Women fighters (http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=TGVbpsGmLVo) led today with several comrades in the northern Syrian Kurdish city Kobani resistance against the ISIS terrorists.

Surrounded on all sides and set under attack, she lost all her friends. She fought alone against the supernumerary terrorists. When she had no more ammunition and recognized the hopeless situation, she said goodbye over her radio and killed herself with the last bullet so that she don’t to fall into the hands of the rapists.

"We’re not scared of anything," she said. "We’ll fight to the last. We’d rather blow ourselves up than be captured by ISIS."

Rest in Peace Heroine

Black revolutionaries do not drop from the moon. We are created by our conditions. Shaped by our oppression. We are being manufactured in droves in the ghetto streets, places like attica, san quentin, bedford hills, leavenworth, and sing sing. They are turning out thousands of us.

Assata Shakur (via millennialau)

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The inability to work well with others is also the manifestation of another Western value that contradicts anarchism more blatantly than monotheism, and it is the Risk board mentality, that ingrained view of the world from above, with ourselves positioned as the architect or general. It is the understanding that you change society by forcing people to organize themselves in a certain way. The more classical anarchists put themselves at one extreme, thus occasioning many of the criticisms that they are authoritarian or Marxist, by pushing a program or insisting that revolution only occurs when people see the world through the narrow lens of class consciousness. The insurrectionists have caught a whiff of this and they go to the other extreme by forswearing activism and to a large extent avoiding contact with people who are much different from them. That way they don’t have to worry about forcing their views on anyone. It should be apparent that both of these approaches rest on the assumption that contact between people who are different must result in a missionary relationship, with one converting the other. The idea of mutual influence, of organizing as building relationships with people rather than organizing as recruiting people, is generally absent.

Insurrection vs. Organization - Reflections from Greece on a Pointless Schism (via overthrowtheboogeoisie)

importante

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nezua:

thinksquad:

The federal government acted after images of officers in the St Louis suburb wearing the bracelets were posted online.

Wilson is the white officer who killed unarmed black teenager Michael Brown on August 9, sparking protests that are still taking place.

Wilson, who shot the 18-year-old six times in unclear circumstances, has not been charged and remains on paid leave.

The Department of Justice wrote to Ferguson police chief Thomas Jackson to explain the bracelets had “upset and agitated” residents, many of whom said the police wearing them had also illegally used black tape to cover up plates identifying them.

http://i100.independent.co.uk/article/police-banned-from-wearing-i-am-darren-wilson-bracelets—lywW1AQ4Hx

"Dear Sick Murderers: Please be more subtle."

—Love, the DOJ

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