This blog is mainly about the typical, yet requisite problems concerning the universe, society, and myself. Through the steady decline of the world around us, many people have lost their sense of clemency and have forfeited any form of humanity they ever once exhibited.
On a side note, in no way is this blog rationalizing or supporting acts of violence or terror. It is simply one that explemplifies the realtiies behind what society attempts to suppress. In any case, it is soon to become one which provides an overview of my thoughts on reform, injustice, regression and progression.
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"The real social function of philosophy lies in its criticism of what is prevalent. That does not mean superficial fault-finding with individual ideas or conditions, as though a philosopher were a crank. Nor does it mean that the philosopher complains about this or that isolated condition and suggests remedies. The chief aim of such criticism is to prevent mankind from losing itself in those ideas and activities which the existing organization of society instills into its members. Man must be made to see the relationship between his activities and what is achieved thereby, between his particular existence and the general life of society, between his everyday projects and the great ideas which he acknowledges. Philosophy exposes the contradiction in which man is entangled in so far as he must attach himself to isolated ideas and concepts in everyday life."

Anonymous said: What TV shows and movies have you recently watched? What makes you laugh?...(like does the humor in Hangover or Monte Python and the Holy Grail make you laugh?)


I generally stay away from any activities that could have me justifying complacency.  Sitting down for any kind of entertainment derails my momentum.  It comes down to knowing my time here on earth is limited, and I’d rather not prioritize simulation before sensation.  If the movie isn’t a thought provoking masterpiece and can’t be utilized for my individual growth, then I want absolutely nothing to do with it.


"The proletarian woman needs political rights because she exercises the same economic function, slaves away for capital in the same way, maintains the state in the same way, and is bled dry and suppressed by it in the same way as the male proletarian. She has the same interests and takes up the same weapons to defend them. Her political demands are rooted deep in the social abyss that separates the class of the exploited from the class of the exploiters, not in the antagonism between man and woman but in the antagonism between capital and labor."

"Much of Western European history conditions us to see human differences in simplistic opposition to each other: dominant/subordinate, good/bad, up/down, superior/inferior. In a society where the good is defined in terms of profit rather than in terms of human need, there must always be some group of people who, through systematized oppression, can be made to feel surplus, to occupy the place of the dehumanized inferior. Within this society, that group is made up of Black and Third World people, working-class people, older people, and women"