Things I respect, I suppose. Maybe some things I don't... who knows

but i’ll be there for you
as the world falls down

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the-real-goddamazon:

madame-scary-von-spooky-britches:

the-real-goddamazon:

I love him.

He’s so great

I also want to see him play an elf in something. His face is just so elvish and pointy and fancy

OMG he’d be great as an elf!

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the-real-goddamazon:

radicalrebellion:

setfabulazerstomaximumcaptain:

sourcedumal:

chauvinistsushi:

theedjcagedbird:

popsucksmytits:

and look what happened

-__-

white women tho

Waah, racist white woman gets told off by a black woman and she is the victim?

Why are white people so god damned weak?!

privilege makes them weak

Weak ass bitch.

ceridwyn2:

catsbeaversandducks:

Meerkats make the best photographer’s assistants EVER.

Via BuzzFeed

Okay, this is very cute. :)

covetxvx:

a metaphor of my life

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biishiki:


knowledgeequalsblackpower:


TRUGANINI: THE LAST “FULL BLOOD” TASMANIAN
In May 7, 1876, Truganini, [erroneously considered to be] the last “full-blood” Black person in Tasmania, died at 73 years of age. Her mother had been stabbed to death by a European. Her sisters were kidnapped by Europeans [and sold into slavery]. Her intended husband was drowned by two Europeans in her presence, while his murderers raped her.
It might be accurately said that Truganini’s numerous personal sufferings typify the tragedy of the Black people of Tasmania as a whole. “Don’t let them cut me up,” she begged the doctor as she lay dying. After her burial, Truganini’s body was exhumed, and her skeleton, strung upon wires and placed upright in a box, became for many years the most popular exhibit in the Tasmanian Museum and remained on display until 1947.
Finally, in 1976–the centenary years of Truganini’s death–despite the museum’s objections, her skeleton was cremated and her ashes scattered at sea.

But that’s not the end of the story. After demands from Tanzania’s Aboriginal community, the British Museum returned Truganini hair and skin samples in 2002 (along with bones from other unidentified aborigines). Yet, about 30 copies of the bust of her made by an English sculptor remain on display around the world. 
(via Invasion, Theft, Rape, Murder: The Aboriginal Holocaust in Tasmania)

And this is the history of Australia

biishiki:

knowledgeequalsblackpower:

TRUGANINI: THE LAST “FULL BLOOD” TASMANIAN

In May 7, 1876, Truganini, [erroneously considered to be] the last “full-blood” Black person in Tasmania, died at 73 years of age. Her mother had been stabbed to death by a European. Her sisters were kidnapped by Europeans [and sold into slavery]. Her intended husband was drowned by two Europeans in her presence, while his murderers raped her.

It might be accurately said that Truganini’s numerous personal sufferings typify the tragedy of the Black people of Tasmania as a whole. “Don’t let them cut me up,” she begged the doctor as she lay dying. After her burial, Truganini’s body was exhumed, and her skeleton, strung upon wires and placed upright in a box, became for many years the most popular exhibit in the Tasmanian Museum and remained on display until 1947.

Finally, in 1976–the centenary years of Truganini’s death–despite the museum’s objections, her skeleton was cremated and her ashes scattered at sea.

But that’s not the end of the story. After demands from Tanzania’s Aboriginal community, the British Museum returned Truganini hair and skin samples in 2002 (along with bones from other unidentified aborigines). Yet, about 30 copies of the bust of her made by an English sculptor remain on display around the world

(via Invasion, Theft, Rape, Murder: The Aboriginal Holocaust in Tasmania)

And this is the history of Australia

White people, the world didn’t start with your invasion.

—a comment I just saw (via trebled-negrita-princess)

clamjob:

is the devil getting his ass ate

clamjob:

is the devil getting his ass ate

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