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gorlt:

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queerblackbuddhist:

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downzeealleyway:

It’s 2014 and racism is alive and well everyone…

WOOOOOOOOOW. WHAT THE ENTIRE F*CK?!?!?!?!

notice theyre not being tear gased tho

I have tears in my eyes man. I’m not even there and I am so freaking tired of this.

i hate white people

Literally you might as well just say I hate countries. Such a wide variety of people, you can’t generalise white people. It’s idiotic.

i love how you see the klu klux klan in a photo disturbing a peaceful protest for a slain boy but the fact that i said i hate white people is what’s making you upset. white people in a nutshell. lacking the basic empathy needed to understand why black people hate our oppressors. and, on the note of generalizing: when white people are generalized, it keeps black people safe from potentially violent racists. when black people are generalized, we’re deemed worthless and our murdered bodies don’t mean a damn thing to the majority of white people. but, please. let me know how i’ve hurt your feelings for simply hating the way me and my people are treated.

I’m sorry but if you’re hoping for equality, you can’t generalise any race, at all.
No borders, no races, no genders, just people.

This is actually a picture from a recent KKK rally in my hometown, right cynthia-h? Not to take attention away from what’s going on in Ferguson, but that sure as hell looks like Troy, NC…
weekdaywifey You’re right. This is not Ferguson. This was indeed a rally held in Troy, NC that was supposedly “against immigration.” I was one of many white people there protesting AGAINST these worthless imbeciles. Not all of us white people are bad. Either way regardless the location or situation it is fucking ridiculous and sickening that stuff like this is still going on today. People need to wake the hell up.

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The Pallas´s Cat, also called Manul, is a small wildcat living in the grasslands and steppe of central asia.
It is named after the german naturalist Peter Simon Pallas, who first described the species in 1776.

That is the most expressive and gelatinous cat I have ever seen.

Gelatinous

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