Wednesday, September 27, 2017

The Purpose Of Slavery Movies

ALT: Slavery films suck, so tired of Slavery films, How to end racism, who watches Slavery films, why watch Slavery movies

Doesn't it seem like Slavery movies represent the sentiment of racism more than the sufferers? Each movie serves to remind the world that 'black' people got brutalised, except that's not what these movies do the most.

Their most omnipotent effect is that of perpetuating racial inequality between the pale folk and the brown. I must assert that racism is a topic that can be covered without touching Slavery. Each movie on race-based Slavery is a reiteration of the differences between us that don't really exist unless we make them.

What if we were to just stop making them. The movies, that is. With movies (and Hollywood) being so influential, forming our world views and prejudices, imagine the difference that the absence of Slavery would make.

With that change, there would be outcry for representation of Slavery - even though it would exist in other forms of media.

If Slavery was only represented in Print Art, we would just see 'blacks' depicted as slaves half of the time. That would not only be offensive and an inaccurate representation of 'Brown people' but also highly confusing for those who are secluded from society. Also, arsejacks would attempt to re-enact that imagery - and probably be successful .

Maybe removing Slavery from all visual media would best. But then how would we keep the history known?

If Slavery was represented only in text form, people wouldn't even know about it in 2 generations (30 years).. who reads non-fiction books for fun? Way less than a quarter of us. Even though it already is, because of its myopic focus on slavery, Black history month would become futile.

Yet still, the stories of Slavery would not disappear entirely. They would persist (to exist) at a capacity that wouldn't oppose progression towards a raceless world. Unlike now. 

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Yoel Romero is a Wonderful Man (no homo)

Take a look at @YoelRomeroMMA's Tweet: https://twitter.com/YoelRomeroMMA/status/886941884551233536?s=09

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

One Way To Prevent Your Card From Being Cloned

Some identity thieves use the contactless payment functionality found in cards to copy them.

Use a plastic card holder and get a pair of useless shop cards.

Having dummy cards on either side shields the valuable cards in between.

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Monday, March 06, 2017

Why I Wont Ever Be A Pro Fighter

I really want to fight, I believe I that I could gain a lot of money and great life experiences.

I went to my local gym, asking about training and fighting. They told me that it was £60 an hour for a trainer and they don't set up fights.

I've heard famous fighters speaking about how they paid hundreds of dollars to have their first fight. You definitely won't lose then... If you do, will you pay more money again?

I'm told that this is not a poor man's sport. Yet, I know that there are ways to get a fight path for free. It's just that I can't see myself finding one. Conor McGregor says "the power's in visualisation". Well, I can't see any way into the game, bar an underground fight club situation that involves a fight to get in the door and an abrupt stabbing.

Also, I'm not an alcoholic - I hate the stuff. So, I need other methods of inebriation. Weed, namely. That's illegal. How can I go through a war without getting mashup afterwards. Besides, in a physical context, weed is the opposite of a Performance-Enhancing Drug.

Of course I'm fine having my head smashed in. That realisation should come before any willingness to fight.

It's just a joke that the only way in seems to be years of slavery under a poor and greedy fighter that you call master, who will set you free when you lose - and you're paying for it. That's messed up.

Saturday, January 21, 2017

Communism: Why People aren't Activists

Books for Communists:
'State and Revolution'- V.Lenin
'Blood in my Eye'- George Jackson
'Soledad Brother'

I believe that calls for activism to the commoner are nearly worthless. 

This is because the average 'commoner' is capable of much less than an individual of wealth and influence - and, in the powerful West, people are in unanimous acknowledgement of that.

With that fact, the commoner sees oneself as being of less worth than their alternatives; rich people.

One rich person could provide more charity than a million poorpers.
One rich person could be more influential than a million suffering martyrs.

The commoners perceived insignificance of themselves, in the context of charity and activism, results in their absence.

Unity, what would afford the commoners more influence than any wealth could provide, is perceived as an implausible impossibility.

Therefore, calls for activism to the commoner go 99.3% unanswered.