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deductivereasonable:

(I’ve had this pic saved for a loooooong time and no longer remember where I found it, nor can I find the source, so if anyone knows the artist please let me know so I can credit them)

it was a request from an /a/ draw thread

deductivereasonable:

(I’ve had this pic saved for a loooooong time and no longer remember where I found it, nor can I find the source, so if anyone knows the artist please let me know so I can credit them)

it was a request from an /a/ draw thread

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goodadvicegiver1337:

White South African culture was encapsulated in the 1970s Chevrolet radio jingle ”Braaivleis, rugby, sunny skies and Chevrolet” based on the United States version “Baseball, hot dogs, apple pie and Chevrolet”.[24][25]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x1wvQ7ERXhY

White Africans, including the British diaspora, generally enjoy an outdoor lifestyle and sports. The braai is a popular way to gather with friends and family. Other popular pastimes include visiting game reserves, hiking, camping and recreational angling. There is a particular appreciation of country life and farming. Farmers themselves generally prefer holiday houses at the coast. In other ways, the culture of the British diaspora derives from their British ancestry. Afternoon tea – in fact, tea at any time of day – is still widespread as are pastimes such as gardening and reading. Families who live in the country are usually familiar with pastimes such as horseriding and shooting” —> missed the best part imo

Behind the Scenes at Idris Elba’s September 2014 Cover Shoot for Details magazine

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"MACINTOSH PLUS, 2011. Floral Shoppe. Everything you missed, jammed into one album"

Anonymous asked:

whose country?

sunnbather:

noone’s
an arbitrary patch of land shouldn’t belong to a group of people cuz they drew a line in the sand around it
humanity will prosper as one

 land reclamation is actually a form of redress fyi

twi’lek

twi’lek

oopsinsurance:

MINERS SHOT DOWN

Director: Rehad Desai

In August 2012, mineworkers at one of South Africa’s biggest platinum mines began a wildcat strike for better wages.

Six days later the police used live ammunition to suppress the strike, killing 34 and injuring many more.

Using the point of view of the Marikana miners, “Miners Shot Down” follows the strike from day one, showing the courageous but isolated fight waged by a group of low-paid workers against the combined forces of the mining company Lonmin, the ANC government and their allies in the National Union of Mineworkers.  

What emerges is collusion at the top,spiraling violence, police brutality and the country’s first post-apartheid massacre.

South Africa will never be the same again.

The full documentary can be viewed for free this weekend. Tomorrow it will be two years since 34 miners were murdered by the police in order to protect imperialist interest. Many families lost their sole breadwinners, men who worked thousands of kilometres away from their home, executed for demanding living wages.

On the film’s website there is a bank account you can donate to if you want to help out the families of the slain miners. PLEASE DO THIS IF YOU CAN! They are living in absolute poverty.

Capitalism kills. Remember Marikana.

nighttime rebleb

MINERS SHOT DOWN

Director: Rehad Desai

In August 2012, mineworkers at one of South Africa’s biggest platinum mines began a wildcat strike for better wages.

Six days later the police used live ammunition to suppress the strike, killing 34 and injuring many more.

Using the point of view of the Marikana miners, “Miners Shot Down” follows the strike from day one, showing the courageous but isolated fight waged by a group of low-paid workers against the combined forces of the mining company Lonmin, the ANC government and their allies in the National Union of Mineworkers.  

What emerges is collusion at the top,spiraling violence, police brutality and the country’s first post-apartheid massacre.

South Africa will never be the same again.

The full documentary can be viewed for free this weekend. Tomorrow it will be two years since 34 miners were murdered by the police in order to protect imperialist interest. Many families lost their sole breadwinners, men who worked thousands of kilometres away from their home, executed for demanding living wages.

On the film’s website there is a bank account you can donate to if you want to help out the families of the slain miners. PLEASE DO THIS IF YOU CAN! They are living in absolute poverty.

Capitalism kills. Remember Marikana.

Steve Rogers jumps over a taxi and gets mistaken for Robert Redford
From: Captain America #180 by Englehart & Buscema

Steve Rogers jumps over a taxi and gets mistaken for Robert Redford

From: Captain America #180 by Englehart & Buscema