gorlt:

toehairs:

gorlt:

dynastylnoire:

queerblackbuddhist:

isharedfoundlove:

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.

theyre getting protection from the police because they got the KKK there in hopes of escalating this shit- to provoke the protesters- just like occupy, as soon as it turns violent- hey its authorized force- ….completely fucked

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August

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kropotkindersurprise:

Al Jazeera America TV crews were overcome with tear gas fired at their vehicle in Ferguson, Missouri, Wednesday night. Minutes later, police took down the crew’s light kit, and pointed their camera at the ground.

kropotkindersurprise:

Al Jazeera America TV crews were overcome with tear gas fired at their vehicle in Ferguson, Missouri, Wednesday night. Minutes later, police took down the crew’s light kit, and pointed their camera at the ground.

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governmentname:

christel-thoughts:

pattilahell:

issarae:

Necessary.

I signed a change.org petition asking that this, among other necessary policies be made mandatory by federal law. FUCKING SIGN IT.

well would you look at that…

resistance is not futile even signing petitions makes big change

governmentname:

christel-thoughts:

pattilahell:

issarae:

Necessary.

I signed a change.org petition asking that this, among other necessary policies be made mandatory by federal law. FUCKING SIGN IT.

well would you look at that…

resistance is not futile even signing petitions makes big change

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August

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governmentname:

uowgj:

micdotcom:

Intense photos from Ferguson last night look more like Iraq than the U.S.

Civil unrest in response to the shooting death of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., has received the lion’s share of media coverage. But as protests continus, the authorities’ response has increasingly looked less like police action and more like a crackdown in a war zone.

But it’s not just the equipment

Where are the molotovs man

the us government trying so hard just to stay in power that they are literally snitching on themselves. 2014 is soooo fucking surreal.

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August

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rtamerica:

FBI uses facial recognition to arrest 14-year fugitive overseas
After spending 14 years on the run from American law enforcement authorities, a man suspected of child sex abuse was detained in Nepal by the FBI using the State Department’s new facial recognition technology.
The case marks a notable milestone for the FBI, which has also recently been beefing up its ability to identify individuals through face-scanning software.

interesting that there arent any extensive investigations into allegations of abuse when it involves individuals from the CIA or other governmental agencies; why arent they arresting all those priests? why exactly was there child porn on most of the computers in the pentagon? what happened with that anyway? oh thats right, mustve been some glitch anyway- new episode of american idol of whatever…nothing to see hear

rtamerica:

FBI uses facial recognition to arrest 14-year fugitive overseas

After spending 14 years on the run from American law enforcement authorities, a man suspected of child sex abuse was detained in Nepal by the FBI using the State Department’s new facial recognition technology.

The case marks a notable milestone for the FBI, which has also recently been beefing up its ability to identify individuals through face-scanning software.

interesting that there arent any extensive investigations into allegations of abuse when it involves individuals from the CIA or other governmental agencies; why arent they arresting all those priests? why exactly was there child porn on most of the computers in the pentagon? what happened with that anyway? oh thats right, mustve been some glitch anyway- new episode of american idol of whatever…nothing to see hear

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August

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futuristech-info:

Researchers genetically engineer fruit fly to help with pest control

futuristech-info:

Researchers genetically engineer fruit fly to help with pest control

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cracked:

"Hey so that thing that ruins your digestive cycle? All in your head."
4 Things Nobody Tells You About Food Allergies

#3. The Media Hate You
Let’s pretend that scientists recently did a study on pollen allergies. As part of this pretend study, they put a bunch of pollen under microscopes and discovered that it was covered with teensy little bugs. The pretend-scientists removed the tiny bugs, put the bug-free pollen in a room with allergy sufferers, and found that nobody reacted. How would you expect the media to report this? The headlines would probably say something like “Pollen Allergies Actually Caused by Tiny Bugs,” or “Pollen Not to Blame for Hay Fever,” or maybe “IMMIGRANTS BRING DEADLY POLLEN BUGS ACROSS THE U.S.-MEXICO BORDER.” You wouldn’t expect the media to declare that “pollen allergies” were completely fake all along.
But that’s exactly what happened when a study this year looked at people suffering from intestinal problems that they attributed to gluten intolerance.

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cracked:

"Hey so that thing that ruins your digestive cycle? All in your head."

4 Things Nobody Tells You About Food Allergies

#3. The Media Hate You

Let’s pretend that scientists recently did a study on pollen allergies. As part of this pretend study, they put a bunch of pollen under microscopes and discovered that it was covered with teensy little bugs. The pretend-scientists removed the tiny bugs, put the bug-free pollen in a room with allergy sufferers, and found that nobody reacted. How would you expect the media to report this? The headlines would probably say something like “Pollen Allergies Actually Caused by Tiny Bugs,” or “Pollen Not to Blame for Hay Fever,” or maybe “IMMIGRANTS BRING DEADLY POLLEN BUGS ACROSS THE U.S.-MEXICO BORDER.” You wouldn’t expect the media to declare that “pollen allergies” were completely fake all along.

But that’s exactly what happened when a study this year looked at people suffering from intestinal problems that they attributed to gluten intolerance.

Read More

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thisfuturemd:

laboratoryequipment:

X-ray Tech Sees Mercury in Skin CreamAs countries try to rid themselves of toxic mercury pollution, some people are slathering and even injecting creams containing the metal onto or under their skin to lighten it, putting themselves and others at risk for serious health problems. To find those most at risk, scientists are reporting that they can now identify these creams and intervene much faster than before. They’re speaking at the 248th National Meeting & Exposition of the American Chemical Society (ACS).“In the U.S., the limit on mercury in products is one part per million,” says Gordon Vrdoljak, of the California Department of Public Health. “In some of these creams, we’ve been finding levels as high as 210,000 parts per million — really substantial amounts of mercury. If people are using the product quite regularly, their hands will exude it, it will get in their food, on their countertops, on the sheets their kids sleep on.”Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2014/08/x-ray-tech-sees-mercury-skin-cream

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naw, everythings cool- trust the FDA you guys

thisfuturemd:

laboratoryequipment:

X-ray Tech Sees Mercury in Skin Cream

As countries try to rid themselves of toxic mercury pollution, some people are slathering and even injecting creams containing the metal onto or under their skin to lighten it, putting themselves and others at risk for serious health problems. To find those most at risk, scientists are reporting that they can now identify these creams and intervene much faster than before. They’re speaking at the 248th National Meeting & Exposition of the American Chemical Society (ACS).

“In the U.S., the limit on mercury in products is one part per million,” says Gordon Vrdoljak, of the California Department of Public Health. “In some of these creams, we’ve been finding levels as high as 210,000 parts per million — really substantial amounts of mercury. If people are using the product quite regularly, their hands will exude it, it will get in their food, on their countertops, on the sheets their kids sleep on.”

Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2014/08/x-ray-tech-sees-mercury-skin-cream

naw, everythings cool- trust the FDA you guys

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