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Start off this ^^^
with some good
The Coup
โ€“ The Guillotine
youtu.be/acT_PSAZ7BQ

'....Get offline, plug in to this modem
No you can't out-vote em
The rules are still golden
Only jewels we holdin
is if we guardin our scrotum
If you press your ear to the turf that is stolen
You can hear the sound of limitations explodin
Please, sir, may we have another portion?
We're children of the beast that dodged the abortion
Neck placed firm tween the floor and their florsheim
We'll shut your shit down- don't call it extortion
Caution- we're coming for your head
So call the feds and get files to shred
Every textbook read said bring you the bread
But guess what we got you instead

We got the guillotine
We got the guillotine, you better run....'

Who is your favourite revolutionary anarchist(ic)/socialist(ic) artist and/or musicians? Please add as many as you like by name, but by example too, if you can....

: Keith Haring
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keith_Ha
haring.com
facebook.com/keithharingfdn

@jd @empire_of_crime kissinger is warmongering over iran, obama is writing a book, is cool to like gorbachev again, friedman and hayek are screwing us from the grave... the Nobel family is doing great!


T-Bone Burnett
Humans from Earth

We come from a blue planet light-years away
Where everything multiplies at an amazing rate
We're out here in the universe buying real estate
Hope we haven't gotten here too late

chorus:
We're humans from earth
We're humans from earth

You have nothing at all to fear
I think we're gonna like it here

We're looking for a planet with atmosphere
Where the air is fresh and the water clear
With lots of sun like you have here
Three or four hundred days a year

chorus

Bought Manhatten for a string of beads
Brought along some gadgets for you to see
Heres a crazy little thing we call TV
Do you have electricity?

chorus

I know we may seem pretty strange to you
But we got know-how and a golden rule
We're here to see manifest destiny through
Ain't nothing we can't get used to

We're humans from earth
We're humans from earth

Jo Freeman, author of 'The Tyranny of Structurelessness' writes: '...Joining a non-violent containment squad requires training. You have to be prepared to withstand verbal, and maybe some physical, abuse, all the while keeping your voice down and your hands down. And you have to outnumber those you are trying to contain. To succeed, non-violence requires patience and discipline. Something the doesn't seem to understand...'

What Berkeley needs is a Non-Violent Containment Squad
seniorwomen.com/news/index.php


The history of the Left for 100 years has been the question of: When did a Leftist or Leftist group finally understand that the USSR was a disaster?

The American Anarchist trade union IWW knew pretty much from the start.

. . .
Image: The One Big Union Monthly (June 1938) from the Industrial Workers of the World
ยป Fb.com/IndustrialWorkersOfTheW
ยป IWW.org

today

The New Science of Sex and Gender
โ€“ Why the new science of sex & gender matters for everyone
scientificamerican.com/article
Scientific American September 2017 Issue

1. Promiscuous Men, Chaste Women and Other Gender Myths
by Cordelia Fine and Mark A. Elgar
2. Is There A โ€œFemaleโ€ Brain?
by Lydia Denworth
3. When Sex and Gender Collide
by Kristina R. Olson
4. Beyond XX and XY
by Amanda Montaรฑez
5. Not Just for Men
by Marcia L. Stefanick
6. Life before Roe
by Rachel Benson Gold and Megan K. Donovan
7. The Brilliance Trap
by Andrei Cimpian and Sarah-Jane Leslie
8. Girl Code
by Reshma Saujani
9. The Blogger and the Trolls
by Emily Temple-Wood
10. Womenโ€™s Work
by Ana L. Revenga and Ana Maria Munoz Boudet
11. Mind the Gap
by Amanda Montaรฑez
12. Return of the Missing Daughters
by Monica Das Gupta
13. The Woman Who Saved the Planet
Jen Schwartz

scientificamerican.com/article

@House_of_Pears @jd Personally I quite like the irony mark for this " โธฎ "

@jd Personally I quite like 'sarcasties' quote marks or the reverse questionmark for retorical questions. Having a universal maker would be brilliant

Suggestion for โ€“ there is a plugin for wordpress, why not make one for Mastodon? ๐Ÿ˜

'Like most inventions, the SarcMarkโ„ข came to be out of necessity. Its creator, Douglas Sak, was writing an e-mail to a friend and was attempting to be sarcastic. It occurred to him that the English Language, and perhaps other languages, lacked a punctuation mark to denote sarcasm...'

sarcmark.com