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October 16 2013

Nautilus
For Oaxaca : WE WILL BE BEAUTIFUL

I will feel alive.
I will be in control of myself.

I will be burning, burning with life—a lightened candle always in the brink of turning off, burning and burning, never stopping.

Amidst your sacred buildings destroyed—debris that will be reflections of a past life thrown away to the dust bin of history, consumed by the fires of joy and of the heart, I will—we will—celebrate the nihilistic destructions of values and constraints. We will be the Virgin Mary ready to give birth to god—again and again.

Amidst poetry scribbled on the walls of your streets—poetry written with love, for love is subversion, it is freedom—we will claim the streets for us, and only for us. We will not give away any bit of it, for giving away a fraction of it would mean giving away everything.

We will be in control of ourselves.

Amidst the ashes of your burning flags—burnt by constraint—less compulsions, the building blocks of anti-history—we will refuse the spectacle of gender, race, spirituality, nationality, for we want everything—not a fragment—for everyone.

Amidst your trampled corpses—military generals, politicians, and CEOs—we will retaliate your violence with violence—we will embrace the spirit of militancy—and we will deny you what you denied us. You seized your power with violence, and maintained it through violence.
It will be time for us to seize it back.

So beware, beware of trampling on us in your schools, in the
workplace, in the street—beware of trying to annihilate every bit of our creativity—of trying to convert us in cogs turning as the clock of dead time clicks at every second. Beware of delivering us death.

We are many. We are cleaning your shit, studying in your schools, dying in your offices, making your shoes, building your houses, raising your children, cooking your food—we are everywhere.

You need us, but we don't need you.

We will be beautiful.
The world will be beautiful.

We don't have any morality since all of them are yours—your values to maintain your position.

So do not fuck with us. Never ever fuck with us.
— Didedikasikan untuk penduduk Oaxaca, praktisi dan pembangun komune abad-21, dalam perang anti-spectacle. Dedicated to the people of Oaxaca, practitioners and builders of the 21st century communes, in the anti-spectacle. Apa yang bisa kami lakukan di sini adalah memperlebar dan membangun apa yang telah kalian mulai di sana, dengan hidup kami sebagai taruhannya. What can we do here is to widen and build what you've started there, with our lives at stake. Demi cerahnya matahari pagi dan indahnya matahari terbenam; demi bulan dan bintang dan hujan sebagai penyejuknya; kami tak ingin menyerah. For the bright morning sun and beautiful sunsets; after month and stars and rain as penyejuknya; we do not want to give up. Tidak sekarang. Not now. This is the only world that worth fighting for. Long live the Commune of Oaxaca.
Reposted fromNautilus Nautilus

May 20 2011

Nautilus
<Becky>  http://www.springerlink.com/content/l45747j2j717856x/ "The genetic basis of traits regulating sperm competition and polyandry: can selection favour the evolution of good- and sexy-sperm?"

<Qair> I read "flavour"
— #whitechapel
Reposted bymisheard-misread-mistakenmondkroete

March 14 2011

Nautilus
Woman 1: Well, considering I am having sex more often, and condoms are shit, I feel I should probably be more considerate of the possibility of getting pregnant.
I had the "I am not having kids at this stage in my life, and I am not opposed to termination" talk with [partner] and [other partner] each, but it is different when you're in the situation (thinking of them, not me. Fuck having a baby)
Woman 2: high five!
Woman 1: ^5s!
Woman 2: yeah, regards that talk I just say "Hey, if you get me pregnant, I'm killing the baby, ok?" and if they're not cool with that, they're not really worth fucking.
— The modern women

January 08 2011

Nautilus
For Oaxaca : WE WILL BE BEAUTIFUL

I will feel alive.
I will be in control of myself.

I will be burning, burning with life—a lightened candle always in the brink of turning off, burning and burning, never stopping.

Amidst your sacred buildings destroyed—debris that will be reflections of a past life thrown away to the dust bin of history, consumed by the fires of joy and of the heart, I will—we will—celebrate the nihilistic destructions of values and constraints. We will be the Virgin Mary ready to give birth to god—again and again.

Amidst poetry scribbled on the walls of your streets—poetry written with love, for love is subversion, it is freedom—we will claim the streets for us, and only for us. We will not give away any bit of it, for giving away a fraction of it would mean giving away everything.

We will be in control of ourselves.

Amidst the ashes of your burning flags—burnt by constraint—less compulsions, the building blocks of anti-history—we will refuse the spectacle of gender, race, spirituality, nationality, for we want everything—not a fragment—for everyone.

Amidst your trampled corpses—military generals, politicians, and CEOs—we will retaliate your violence with violence—we will embrace the spirit of militancy—and we will deny you what you denied us. You seized your power with violence, and maintained it through violence.
It will be time for us to seize it back.

So beware, beware of trampling on us in your schools, in the
workplace, in the street—beware of trying to annihilate every bit of our creativity—of trying to convert us in cogs turning as the clock of dead time clicks at every second. Beware of delivering us death.

We are many. We are cleaning your shit, studying in your schools, dying in your offices, making your shoes, building your houses, raising your children, cooking your food—we are everywhere.

You need us, but we don't need you.

We will be beautiful.
The world will be beautiful.

We don't have any morality since all of them are yours—your values to maintain your position.

So do not fuck with us. Never ever fuck with us.
— Didedikasikan untuk penduduk Oaxaca, praktisi dan pembangun komune abad-21, dalam perang anti-spectacle. Dedicated to the people of Oaxaca, practitioners and builders of the 21st century communes, in the anti-spectacle. Apa yang bisa kami lakukan di sini adalah memperlebar dan membangun apa yang telah kalian mulai di sana, dengan hidup kami sebagai taruhannya. What can we do here is to widen and build what you've started there, with our lives at stake. Demi cerahnya matahari pagi dan indahnya matahari terbenam; demi bulan dan bintang dan hujan sebagai penyejuknya; kami tak ingin menyerah. For the bright morning sun and beautiful sunsets; after month and stars and rain as penyejuknya; we do not want to give up. Tidak sekarang. Not now. This is the only world that worth fighting for. Long live the Commune of Oaxaca.
Reposted byNautilus Nautilus

January 07 2011

Nautilus

The junior Scotland Office minister was hit with a key lime pie after being picketed at the university town of St Andrews as he made a private visit for a Tory cheese and wine event.

It is understood David Mundell, Scotland's only Tory MP, is not pursuing a complaint.

Scottish Tory minister David Mundell hit by key lime pie | UK news | The Guardian

December 22 2010

Nautilus
David Mead, an expert in public order policing and law at the University of East Anglia, said physically restricting the space occupied by protesters was a significant development from previous kettling exercises. "I suspect this is likely not to be a lawful kettle," he added.
Kettling video 'appalling', police watchdog panel chair says | UK news | The Guardian
Reposted bymondkroete mondkroete
Nautilus
“We’re crawling out of the primeval mud when it comes to understanding the mysteries of human consciousness,” says Richards. “The psychedelics are to neuroscience as a telescope was to astronomy, or a microscope to biology. They’re incredibly powerful and effective tools in helping us explore what we are and how we function.”
Hallucinogens: A Trip to Therapy - Proto Magazine - Massachusetts General Hospital

December 20 2010

Nautilus
<Becky> :)
<taphead> :)
<yskaya> :)
<atavistian> ;)
<Becky> ;)
<atavistian> :-O
<Becky> WRONG
<taphead> OK ENOUGH OF THE SMILING
— #whitechapel

December 14 2010

Nautilus
<DocOcassi> Kasuaarit: when will you be leaving for mine.
<Becky> dunno
<Becky> WE ARE THE BORG
<Becky> WE ARE ONE
<Kasuaarit> borg borg borg
<Becky> borgy and bess
<Kasuaarit> pess
<Becky> borgy and pess
* Kasuaarit is now known as Pess
* Becky is now known as Borgy
* Pess is now known as Pessuaarit
<Borgy> sorry, what was the question DocOcassi?
— #whitechapel
Nautilus
<atavistian> Dear snow: weather radar says you are not here. Please fuck off. Thank you.
— #whitechapel
Nautilus
<atavistian> this is "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman" which I had never heard of before
<atavistian> portrayal of a "typical american family" that was a bit ahead of its time.
<Becky> I always thought that Bewitched was the portrayal of a typical american family that was a bit ahead of its time
<Becky> but then I was informed that most american families don't contain witches
<microclimate> I always thought that Invader Zim was the  portrayal of a typical american family that was a bit ahead of its time
<microclimate> because all american families involve a small angry alien and a special needs robo, amirite?
<atavistian> that's just the Palins
<atavistian> sorry to disappoint, micro
<microclimate> the paaaaaalins (to the tune of the siiiiiimpsons)
<microclimate> the show almost writes itself
— #whitechapel

December 13 2010

Nautilus
Since the dawn of time, women have been told that their most important social bargaining chip is the power to suggest sex and then withhold it, denying our own desires and manipulating the desires of men. There is nothing at all new about that sort of empowerment, and I don't want my little sisters learning that artfully withholding intercourse is the best they can hope for.
This jiggle-fest has nothing to do with sex or power | Laurie Penny | Comment is free | The Guardian
Nautilus
<B-rat> why do people read fiction
<B-rat> it is useless
<Clint> fiction is good because it's not as full of lies as non-fiction
— #linguistics
Reposted byantifuchsfpletzAgnesleyrersofasthairinmylunamoppiemondkroetemierrka
Just saw a bee in the garden. What's a bee doing working at 4.30am? Vying for a promotion?
mikecupcake
Reposted fromwytukaze wytukaze
Nautilus
<DocOcassi> wouldn't it be funny if anonymous accidentally politicises a whole generation.
<taphead> I accidentally the whole generation.
— #whitechapel
Nautilus
My main guide we'll call an0n (his chosen name for our conversation, though not his online handle). He's been using /b/ for about four years.
Inside 'Anonymous': tales from within the group taking aim at Amazon and Mastercard | Technology | guardian.co.uk

#newfag
Nautilus
<Ross> Look Oddy, this is America. If hospitals/doctors want to charge $1500 for a checkup and insurance companies will pay for it that's their right. You want us to a commie state like Canada?
<Ross> If you don't like it you can go die from an easily treatable disease.
— #ectomo
Reposted bypenpenAgnescoloredgrayscaleOddyastridsofastantifuchscliffordkrannixbrightbyte
Nautilus
The government has no mandate to treble fees and eliminate the Education Maintenance Allowance, and Parliament offers no credible alternative. The only way to block implementation of the Tory cuts is to mobilise schools and campuses over the coming months in ways that will oblige the government to back down. The Tories have called the question; as Howard Zinn reminds us, you can’t be neutral on a moving train.
Times Higher Education - A new strategy is needed for a brutal new era
Reposted bybrightbyte brightbyte

December 10 2010

Nautilus

the mainstream lie is that police used containment reluctantly as a final measure, but actually police horses were already deployed and cordons set up at the exits to the square before violence erupted at the front. police were allowing people in through the cordon, but warning them they would not be let out. some police at one cordon told people that those wanting to leave were being let out elsewhere. this turned out to be a lie, as each cordon was operating a policy of arbitrary detention of anyone that looked like a protestor.

some police on the victoria street cordon told me they were only letting out 'vulnerable' people, but then let through a well-dressed businessman who certainly didn't appear 'vulnerable'.

i asked whether, if for example they were ordered to only contain black people, they would consider that reasonable? missing the finer points of hypothetical argument one officer then called me a racist....

the cop that said i was racist then excelled himself by telling a young greek girl that she should go home back to greece if she didn't like it here.

Indymedia London | Articles | Show | police/media lies - student protest pics & report
Reposted bybrightbytejaphymondkroetejotbe

December 07 2010

Nautilus
Don’t fear the law, just know it and use it wisely, remembering that many of the things that are normal daily activities, were rights won by people who broke the rules of their time.
— Art activism http://opennedpoetry.squarespace.com/storage/pdfs/A%20Users%20Guide%20to%20the%20Impossible.pdf
Reposted bybrightbyte brightbyte
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