Jul 08 2012
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New ideas germinate everywhere, seeking to force their way into the light, to find an application in life; everywhere they are opposed by the inertia of those whose interest it is to maintain the old order; they suffocate in the stifling atmosphere of prejudice and traditions.
Piotr Kropotkin

Photo: Francisco Gonçalves

New ideas germinate everywhere, seeking to force their way into the light, to find an application in life; everywhere they are opposed by the inertia of those whose interest it is to maintain the old order; they suffocate in the stifling atmosphere of prejudice and traditions.

Piotr Kropotkin


Photo: Francisco Gonçalves

Kopimi


Apr 12 2012
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The man who believes in a God, in a Christ coming again in glory to judge and to punish the quick and the dead, cannot believe in the Christ who bade us turn the left cheek, judge not, forgive these that wrong us, and love our enemies. (…) The man who believes in the Church’s doctrine of the compatibility of warfare and capital punishment with Christianity cannot believe in the brotherhood of all men. 
Liev Tolstói (Leo Tolstoy)

Photo: CrimethInc.

The man who believes in a God, in a Christ coming again in glory to judge and to punish the quick and the dead, cannot believe in the Christ who bade us turn the left cheek, judge not, forgive these that wrong us, and love our enemies. (…) The man who believes in the Church’s doctrine of the compatibility of warfare and capital punishment with Christianity cannot believe in the brotherhood of all men.

Liev Tolstói (Leo Tolstoy)


Photo: CrimethInc.

Kopimi


Feb 19 2012
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States are not moral agents, people are, and can impose moral standards on powerful institutions.
Noam Chomsky

Photo: felix.h

States are not moral agents, people are, and can impose moral standards on powerful institutions.

Noam Chomsky


Photo: felix.h

kopimi


Nov 20 2011
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Virtue is a state of war, and to live in it we have always to combat with ourselves.
Jean-Jacques Rousseau

Tribute to Silvio Meier (1965 - 1992)

Photo: Thomas Rassloff

Virtue is a state of war, and to live in it we have always to combat with ourselves.

Jean-Jacques Rousseau


Tribute to Silvio Meier (1965 - 1992)

Photo: Thomas Rassloff

Kopimi


Oct 30 2011
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High on a throne, with all the splendor and pomp  his gold can command, man is yet poor and desolate, if love passes him  by.
Emma Goldman

Photo: Un zorro

High on a throne, with all the splendor and pomp his gold can command, man is yet poor and desolate, if love passes him by.

Emma Goldman


Photo: Un zorro

Kopimi


Sep 11 2011
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Nothing makes sense. I have seen it all… nothing makes sense.
Ecclesiastes 12:8

Photo: Desiree N. Palacios

Nothing makes sense. I have seen it all… nothing makes sense.

Ecclesiastes 12:8


Photo: Desiree N. Palacios

Kopimi


Jul 20 2011
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There are periods in the life of human society when revolution becomes an imperative necessity, when it proclaims itself as inevitable.
Peter Kropotkin

Photo: jasonlreeve Photography

There are periods in the life of human society when revolution becomes an imperative necessity, when it proclaims itself as inevitable.

Peter Kropotkin


Photo: jasonlreeve Photography

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May 25 2011
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If there is a State, then there is domination, and in turn, there is slavery.
Mikhail Bakunin

Photo: Un zorro

If there is a State, then there is domination, and in turn, there is slavery.

Mikhail Bakunin


Photo: Un zorro

Kopimi


May 08 2011
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Politics is the reflex of the business and industrial world.
Emma Goldman

Photo: Pankcho

Politics is the reflex of the business and industrial world.

Emma Goldman


Photo: Pankcho

Kopimi


Apr 17 2011
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The oppression of a majority by a minority, and the demoralization inevitably resulting from it, is a phenomenon that has always occupied me and has done so most particularly of late.
Liev Tolstói (Leo Tolstoy)

Photo: Mikael Zellmann

The oppression of a majority by a minority, and the demoralization inevitably resulting from it, is a phenomenon that has always occupied me and has done so most particularly of late.

Liev Tolstói (Leo Tolstoy)


Photo: Mikael Zellmann

Kopimi


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