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    bronxcheer:

nothinglefttolearn:

something i made for taco bell wishing them luck as they launch their breakfast menu and fuck dave smalley

Holy shit.

    bronxcheer:

    nothinglefttolearn:

    something i made for taco bell wishing them luck as they launch their breakfast menu and fuck dave smalley

    Holy shit.

     
  2. Anyone surprised this happened in Howell?

     
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    Hey Rush, show us what a perfect asshole looks like.

    Hey Rush, show us what a perfect asshole looks like.

     
  4. We might be swapping terror and other criminal behavior for some really terrible laws.
     
  5. This fucking guy. [Via]

     
  6. ::shivers::

    ::shivers::

     
  7. Joan Miller Cooper, an alumna who has advocated to keep the name, told the board she objects to Westside as a name because she feels it is too closely associated with the Westside Mafia, a violent gang. “We all know what effect a bad name can have on students and a school,” Cooper said. “There’s nothing to be proud of there.”

    Joan Miller Cooper are you trolling everyone or what.

     
  8. In a text message to the Tribune before he was taken into custody, Cobb said, “Because of the many violences (sic) and harassments against we (sic) and the children, we have commenced armed patrols of Leith.” In a follow up text, Cobb said he has new plans to name some of his property the “Adolph Hitler Pvt. Park of Leith.” The sheriff said he knew that “sooner or later” the situation would escalate and said he’s relieved that no shots were fired.

     
  9. "How do you look at them and… deny them access?" said Neugebauer. He, with most House Republicans, had voted early Sunday morning to pass a funding measure that would delay the Affordable Care Act, a vote that set up a showdown with the Senate and President Barack Obama. With the parties unable to agree on how to fund the federal government, non-essential government functions shut down Tuesday.

    "It’s difficult," responded the Park Service employee.

    "Well, it should be difficult," replied the congressman, who was carrying a small American flag in his breast pocket.

    "It is difficult," responded the Park Service employee. "I’m sorry, sir."

    "The Park Service should be ashamed of themselves," the congressman said.

    "I’m not ashamed," replied the ranger.

    At that point, a crowd of onlookers got involved. “Ask those questions of the people who aren’t passing the budget,” shouted a voice from the crowd. “That’s who you need to ask these questions to.”

     
  10. Members of Geert Wilders’ Party wear Neo-Nazi symbols in Dutch Parliament

    redlightpolitics:

    via DutchNews.nl,  Wilders’ MPs wear badges featuring Nazi-linked flag in parliament

    Four MPs from Geert Wilders’ anti-immigration PVV wore a badge in parliament on Wednesday featuring a flag associated with neo-Nazi groups, the NRC reports.

    The Prinsen flag, which has an orange section rather than red as in the current Dutch flag, was adopted by the Dutch national socialist party NSB in the 1930s.

    It has since become a symbol of right-wing extremism and is used by groups such as the Nederlandse Volksunie and Stormfront.

    Wilders has made a career out of his very strong, xenophobic and racist anti Muslim and anti immigrant stances, while at the same time, always stressing his unconditional support for Israel. Now, it seems that such support is no longer convenient for him (in the sense that to broaden his follow base in view of the European elections in May next year, he needs to “take it up a notch”). So, his party is now moving into an openly neo-Nazi position (something he always denied and a topic I have covered quite some when he vehemently condemned Anders Breivik’s “allegiance” to his politics). Members of Parliament from his Party are now wearing Neo-Nazi symbols out in the open, defiant, confrontational and clearly demonstrating exactly what this Party stands for.

    Wilders, of course, as he always does, minimizes the symbolic value of this shameless display and claims he is “all for democracy”. His racism is not only vile because of its ideology, it’s even more vile because it is opportunistic and a mere tool he uses to access power. I expect that in the next few months, as the European Parliament election campaigns heat up, he will become even more daring, showing his true colors more so than he has done so far. He has already spoken of a Pan European alliance with the French Front National (a party that includes such stellar record like Holocaust denial, calls of violence against People of Color, violence against immigrants, etc etc), the Swedish Democrats (who, contrary to their name, are anything but democratic) and the Italian Northern League (a Party whose members regularly advocate violence against Black people, Muslims and immigrants).

    I have speculated in the past about what I call “European networks of hate” and how these networks might grow in a European Union that has created a legal entitlement for the free flow of European citizens, resources and information across borders. So far, these “networks of hate” have been loosely associated and focus on exchange of information and some sporadic physical actions (like when the British BNP supporters came to Amsterdam to “manifest” their support for Wilders). These European elections seem to be consolidating the “networks of hate” into a more institutionalized and political body, with real power and representation. I, as usual, remain interested in their further development.

    ETA: Photo of the Members of Parliament with their Neo-Nazi pins here (thanks to Janne Wolterbeek for the link)