yeah, read that yesterday - 100% of fact. Ahh, the joys of a federal system.
What. the. Fuck! seriously! no way! i for one am a little disturbed! and im sure im not the only one, surely the cant!
holy mother of [insert deity]
here starteth the path to oblivion.
Oh my God.......
I love the shot. I really captures your sense of outrage :)
*SCREAMS SOME MORE*
Oh my fucking [deity]!!
Holy fucking Jesus.. This is 2006 right?
The "slippery-slope" just became a precipice!
Bloody hell... That's more than a little scary.
(great expression on the photo though)
I can not even pretend that this surprises me. Fortunately I also expect it to be turned over by a lawsuit. I can not imagine one is not already in the works.
i think anathemad is right - this really was inevitable. but still disgusting
LA Times article,
I've just been having a look for some sort of resistance movement challenging this. I think when you see these things as inevitable, you're in danger of feeling defeated. Perhaps they were hoping that all decent human beings were too busy looking at the Lebanon in abject horror....
i'm still in shock...I hope the AFA get to work quick :)
http://www.standardspeaker.com/index.php?option=com_content&task;=view&id;=2476&Itemid;=2&PHPSESSID;=94ddd08b2cacb0f6c63587d582baccbf it is unbelievable!
Holee shit. Not only am I outraged, but I am sick to death of these nasty excuses for humans speaking for all Americans. They do *not* speak for me.
*wanders off muttering about the amount of people who need to be deep-sixed. Stat.*
I'd just like to register my relief at not living in the US anymore. That's jsut horrible.
Perhaps We Are Not Afraid should spawn a follow up using the good old-fashioned but still pertinent title Not In My Name.
Resisting the right's campaign to get everyone to fear their neighbour might just be inspiring.
Just read it properly. Jeezus Fuck.
It's the complete lack of vision that depresses me about it more than everything - they can't even see how they're acting out of fear and misunderstanding. Truely saddening.
With any luck though it will bring the issue to the fore so more people will understand what's going on and why it's wrong - with any luck in the long term attitudes will becomes more understanding.
The more I think about it the more my brain keeps thinking about the future and a unified government. I knwo it's a pipe dream, but I'm a sci-fi reader and somewhere in my cynical brain I still hold the hope that one day it'll happen. But with segregation and hatred such as this we'll never reach it and it makes me angry and sad.
I just don't understand why so many people in the wolrd are so hell-bent on making life miserable for others?
Why so many people think this sort of thing is ok, and right. Surely anyone with a basic grasp of right and wrong can see it's wrong?
"Now I know why you want to hate me. Because hate is all the world has even seen lately".
OJ, Not In My Name is a *fantastic* idea.
James, the main problem I see with these type of folks is the fact that they *do know* it's wrong. They just don't care. Not as long as they can be top dogs, and aren't the ones targeted. That's what makes this so godsdamned chilling.