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#CDP Madness in Music-Unholy Shrine

Madness in music

is fleeting catharsis

for exiled souls

condemned to exist

in countries

where courts

act as unholy shrines

to oligarchy

Cultural Leakage; Or Why I Can't Hack This Social Paradigm

At this point it’s probably redundant to mention that Jennifer Lawrence and a number of other celebrity women have had numerous private photographs distributed on the internet without their knowledge or consent. 1,643 more words

Definition of the Day 9/1/14 -- Wage Labor

WAGE LABOR, n. 1) Death on the installment plan; 2) The process by which those who work enrich those who don’t.

The Devil’s Dictionaries. Definition by Chaz Bufe.

Definitions

Labor Day

Is it just another holiday or a day in which we should realize the capitalistic oppression the bourgeoisie has placed upon society?

Thoughts?

TTFN,

Kari

Capitalism

Another Kind of Blood: Edward Baptist on America’s Slaver Capitalism

REVIEW: The Half Has Never Been Told: Slavery and the Making of American Capitalism. By Edward E. Baptist. New York: Basic Books, 2014.

The Half Has Never Been Told… 1,377 more words

Slavery

sandvick reblogged this on DailyHistory.org and commented:

Jonathan Wilson at the Junto has reviewed a new book from Basic Book written by Edward E. Baptist and entitled The Half has Never Been Told: Slavery and the Making of American Capitalism. Baptist's book attempts to tell the story about slavery's place in American capitalism. Wilson describes how Baptist uses oral histories to tell an "evocative history" of slavey and capitalism. Baptist even describes how slaves were commodified by British banks as bonds. Wilson describes a fascinating book that will may also be a potential magnet for controversy.

Why the Pope is wrong on inequality

Keith Farrell||City AM

Pope Francis visited Seoul, South Korea last Saturday, where he urged wealthy nations to “hear the cry of the poor” and resist the “allure of materialism.” The condemnation of capitalism and inequality has been a common theme for Francis since his papacy began. 167 more words

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