I get really sad when there’s something called resistance or radical whatever and what the story is has to do with some signs & chanting, arguing over percentage points, a discipline of language, the replication of some aesthetic rather than some form of obliteration.
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(slightly modified) submission from dearfluffy.
i did not know that lenin had a love of glitter—considering a new splinter group, marxist-leninist-glitterism. look out for our newspaper soon!
I hate war, and i hate having to struggle. I honestly do because I wish I had been born into a world where it was unnecessary. This context of struggle and being a warrior and being a struggler has been forced on me by oppression. Otherwise I would be a sculptor, or a gardener, carpenter - You know, I would be free to be so much more… I guess part of me or a part of who I am, a part of what I do is being a warrior - a reluctant warrior, a reluctant struggler. But I do it, because I’m committed to life. —
Assata Shakur (born July 16, 1947)
Thanks to Jacob Anikulapo