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The proletariat was not an a priori construct dreamed up by Marx to fill a theoretical need. It was a class composed of real human individuals, brought together as a class by common interests, needs, and social life situations.[…] Marx’s own historical investigations locate the industrial proletariat as the truly revolutionary class. If this class analysis had not been reified and eternalized by many subsequent Marxists, who expected it to apply in social and historical situations where Marx (with his practical-revolutionary contextualism and his dedication to detailed concrete and historical investigation) himself would have changed or extended it, then some of the grosser degenerations of his theory might have been unnecessary. What is important here is not a theological fidelity to Marx, but a commitment to a practical and emancipatory standpoint and a tradition of ‘active reason’. As [E.P.] Thompson states: ‘Marx is on our side; we are not on the side of Marx.’ And, as I have argued, his radical theory remains today as our most important theoretical weapon. But what of the proletariat today?
... Rick Roderick,  Habermas and the Foundations of Critical Theory (via weil-weil)
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3liza:

coffeewithajla:

When you thought Israel couldn’t get any more absurd. Above cited article can be found here.

”(…) We could smell the charge. I wondered: Did Hamas just fire a rocket? But it was the sound of an incoming round. We saw a small fisherman’s shack on the quay, churning with gray smoke. Then we saw a gang of kids running from the shack, down the breakwater and onto the sand, hurtling toward al-Deira. A couple of waiters, the cook and a few journalists started waving at them. Run here! Then a second strike landed right behind them.
(…) All cousins, we are told, scrawny fishermen’s kids whom we saw every day, running around on the beach, playing in the waves.”

- Washington Post, William Booth

"The first projectile hit the sea wall of Gaza City’s little harbour just after four o’clock. As the smoke from the explosion thinned, four figures could be seen running, ragged silhouettes, legs pumping furiously along the wall. Even from a distance of 200 metres, it was obvious that three of them were children. Jumping off the harbour wall, they turned on to the beach, attempting to cross the short distance to the safety of the Al-Deira hotel, base for many of the journalists covering the Gaza conflict.
They waved and shouted at the watching journalists as they passed a little collection of brightly coloured beach tents, used by bathers in peacetime.
It was there that the second shell hit the beach, those firing apparently adjusting their fire to target the fleeing survivors. As it exploded, journalists standing by the terrace wall shouted: "They are only children."
In the space of 40 seconds, four boys who had been playing hide and seek among fishermen’s shacks on the wall were dead. They were aged between seven and 11; two were named Mohammad, one Zakaria and the youngest Ahed. All were members of the extended Bakr family.”

- TheGuardian, Peter Beaumont

”(…) A small shack atop a sea wall at the fishing port had been struck by an Israeli bomb or missile and was burning. A young boy emerged from the smoke, running toward the adjacent beach.
I grabbed my cameras and was putting on body armor and a helmet when, about 30 seconds after the first blast, there was another. The boy I had seen running was now dead, lying motionless in the sand, along with three other boys who had been playing there. (…)
If children are being killed, what is there to protect me, or anyone else?”

- NYTimes, Tyler Hicks
All of them (and more) are eyewitnesses. International audience. There is also video footage. Trigger warning. The video shows the last terrified moments of the kids running for their lives on the beach before an Israeli strike murdered them.
So on a scale from 1 to Zionist, how deluded are you?

just a note here that if you are pro-israel or “neutral”, it’s time to unfollow me

3liza:

coffeewithajla:

When you thought Israel couldn’t get any more absurd. Above cited article can be found here.

”(…) We could smell the charge. I wondered: Did Hamas just fire a rocket? But it was the sound of an incoming round. We saw a small fisherman’s shack on the quay, churning with gray smoke. Then we saw a gang of kids running from the shack, down the breakwater and onto the sand, hurtling toward al-Deira. A couple of waiters, the cook and a few journalists started waving at them. Run here! Then a second strike landed right behind them.

(…) All cousins, we are told, scrawny fishermen’s kids whom we saw every day, running around on the beach, playing in the waves.”

- Washington Post, William Booth

"The first projectile hit the sea wall of Gaza City’s little harbour just after four o’clock. As the smoke from the explosion thinned, four figures could be seen running, ragged silhouettes, legs pumping furiously along the wall. Even from a distance of 200 metres, it was obvious that three of them were children. Jumping off the harbour wall, they turned on to the beach, attempting to cross the short distance to the safety of the Al-Deira hotel, base for many of the journalists covering the Gaza conflict.

They waved and shouted at the watching journalists as they passed a little collection of brightly coloured beach tents, used by bathers in peacetime.

It was there that the second shell hit the beach, those firing apparently adjusting their fire to target the fleeing survivors. As it exploded, journalists standing by the terrace wall shouted: "They are only children."

In the space of 40 seconds, four boys who had been playing hide and seek among fishermen’s shacks on the wall were dead. They were aged between seven and 11; two were named Mohammad, one Zakaria and the youngest Ahed. All were members of the extended Bakr family.”

- TheGuardian, Peter Beaumont

”(…) A small shack atop a sea wall at the fishing port had been struck by an Israeli bomb or missile and was burning. A young boy emerged from the smoke, running toward the adjacent beach.

I grabbed my cameras and was putting on body armor and a helmet when, about 30 seconds after the first blast, there was another. The boy I had seen running was now dead, lying motionless in the sand, along with three other boys who had been playing there. (…)

If children are being killed, what is there to protect me, or anyone else?

- NYTimes, Tyler Hicks

All of them (and more) are eyewitnesses. International audience. There is also video footage. Trigger warning. The video shows the last terrified moments of the kids running for their lives on the beach before an Israeli strike murdered them.

So on a scale from 1 to Zionist, how deluded are you?

just a note here that if you are pro-israel or “neutral”, it’s time to unfollow me

  3:59 pm, reblogged  by apistat-chaekoos, [ 1,010 notes ]


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(Source: puppercorn)

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immmmm not gonna be online much for the next month probs, pls text if u need me

  4:57 pm, by apistat-chaekoos, [ 4 notes ]


(Source: meetthepugs)

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harmalade:

gender is a pit and anyone can meet me in it

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sexhaver:


tumblr mobile

sexhaver:

tumblr mobile

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kyriarchy:

which gender came first: Ranch? or Cool Ranch?

  12:30 am, reblogged  by apistat-chaekoos, [ 1,769 notes ]


"The new gender: getting stoned and falling asleep clutching a plate of nachos" -Brita

  1:35 am, by apistat-chaekoos, [ 4 notes ]