Hard chaser to follow up and spark some 🔥 🔥
Hard CW: This video contains many shots of the state's executioners killing/maiming our brothers and sisters.
But it's worth it! My only criticism is the title should say "All Cops" not just "Bad Cops", though we all know they're the same fucking shit.
Some more refreshing and exhilirating 🔥 C B videos 🔥
⬆️ This fierce woman will not let these thugs abuse the homeless with impunity!
⬆️ This bad motherfucker has no fucking time for this pathetic pile of soggy garbage. Sometimes the pure catharsis of disrespect is all that's needed to break imposed authority.
C B videos 2/2
⬆️ Student picking up garbage stands up to pathetic fash with a badge. ✊ ✊
⬆️ This guy is smart enough to start recording when one heinous villian pulls a gun on him. A second fash raises his gun and this brave soul still won't back down.
⬆️This guy started recording as soon as the class traitor pulled up. Doesn't take long for the gun to get drawn, but our boy stands strong!🔥 🔥
C B videos 1/2
I've seen a few incredible videos of brave souls holding their ground against fucking class traitors in the last few weeks and it is absolutely invigorating.
If you need to cut out coffee for some reason (independence from international industrial food is valid) Then just start your day with one of these videos.
Side effects may include revolt, insurrectionary action, mutual aid, and liberation.
In light of earth strike and the student climate strike coming up in September I would like to encourage anyone attending to read this:
It's important for those with less experience (or none) to understand the role of agent provocateurs and deeper infiltrators. Be aware, be conscientious, be brave and confront suspicious behaviour. Help save you and your comrades some pain by staying vigilant!
Just paste the PeerTube channel's address into the search box on Mastodon, click search, then click follow.
Here are some examples:
@chrisweredigital - Popular tech-themed video blog by Chris Were
@animation - Creative Commons Animations
@documentaries - Creative Commons Documentaries
@blender - Official Blender channel
@ajroach42 - Old public domain films and serials
Here's the author's pinned comment on Ep 1.
"From those of you who are native Russian or Ukrainian speakers, corrections and other constructive feedback are welcome, as are offers for collaboration. As of right now, I am still working alone. E02 and E03 are up now.
I plan to release E04 at the end of July, then one or two episodes a month, with hope to finish the whole series by the end of this year."
Here's the author's pinned comment on Ep 1.
"I want to say thanks to everyone for all the praise and the positive feedback. I could not possibly exaggerate how much I appreciate it.
Translating Russian is not hard for me, but it is tedious and time-consuming work to make subtitles, and it is terribly difficult for me to find the time to do it within my otherwise busy schedule. That said, I am elated to see that my work is making so many other people happy."
Someone put The Nine Lives of Nestor Makhno up on youtube with translated subs. Never knew this existed and I'm super grateful for it!
"Why Don't We Just Be Nice to the Nazis?"
great video, relevant to current fediverse bullshit
The companion or sister term in the social context is 'revolt', which has a much more direct physical meaning of overturning a thing. Upsetting, some system. Breaking the bonds of a structure.
Revolt, can be part of revolution, but revolution is not necessarily the end result of revolt. There can be revolt that does not complete the cycle.
I guess this is like baby's first pre-structuralist thought exercise.
It's been bothering me for a couple of weeks now.
The world is fairly new. Actually came about during the 'enlightenment' and comes from latin 'revolver' which just means to complete a circle.
It's a technical term these days. It is both mired in the social baggage as well as the professional or technical character. It's mathematical, being basically a geometric concept. This has an inevitability to it.
Are we shackled to a philological psy op?
A very interesting post from a wacky source. 10/10
"The Orphan train topic may be one of the most important topics to gain some understanding of our recent past. I wouldn't be surprised if the church paid good money for every child a woman left at their doorstep. Incentives always work. No way those children were all from single mothers, it seems an entire industry was created and couples just produced children in the name of whatever story."
A very interesting post from a wacky source. 9/?
"The time up to 1900 was the last stage of this process that took, how long?, maybe 200-300 years, where they reorganized the entire world and the world was made to forget.
Can we even understand the implications that the entire globe was filled with independent kingdoms only 300 years ago?"
A very interesting post from a wacky source. 8/?
"The child labor stories always go together with it. How can the post-medieval renaissance society willfully give up their rural life in favor of slavery?
The places the orphaned children went to are the same places that had just been "freed" from the natives: Western America, Australia, Russia. They took people from Central Europe and Western America and places them into the new territories."
Finding out how little there is left, and how much potential remains.
Anticapitalist Mastodon instance. Party means fun, not political party. But we're still political.