racism, weird conspiracy
@mayhair Correction. To attack racist white people.
You can always rely on Jonathan Cook to bring some clarity to world events.
facebook, racism, compliance, bullshit
"If you work for Facebook, quit.
It is morally indefensible for you to use your skills to make that company more powerful. By working there, you are making the world an objectively worse place. I'm sure you can find a job working for a company that you don't have to apologize for all the time.
You can do it. I believe in you."
Philosphy Tube on Antisemitism, patriarchy, white supremacy.
@acdw "That was bollox"
@mayhair I do.
@kylebronsdon I know 'cute posting' involves a childlike face on a woman's body in revealing clothing.
Apparently that's cute.
How can you tell when those anime chicks are drawn well when they all look the same? Or is it like pop music that I only think sounds the same because I haven't listened enough?
Bad comparison. Pop music actually does all sound the same because it's produced by engineers and artists under label supervision and all of them are doing it for nothing but profit and prestige so there's no lyrical perspective or dynamic range and autotune and overproduction takes any character out of the vocal.
@alm10965 It's Bob Dylan actually. But Neil Young and the Ramones are ace too.
Black Protests 😠 white Nonsense
The second thing is something I've seen over here as well as on Twitter. Leftist types talking about the "myth" of outside instigators and something something liberals.
There are Black people on the streets protesting for their lives, telling us that not everything is right out there. But I keep seeing white people acting as if they know better. The best* part is when they dismiss those Black people as "liberals" and tell them to shut up.
*may not actually be the best part.
We have photographic proof that there are undercover cops on the streets, and reports of at least one of them directly instigating violence. They're not difficult to spot (see the attached image and description for an example). And we all know that entrapment is part of the playbook for US police.
Hell, cops are starting most of the violence even when they're in uniform.
@acdw What do you do with a bollux client?
Writer or artist or something. Probably nothing. - London
Writing blog: https://fediverse.blog/~/PsychicDrool
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