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@shaunking with @make_repost ・・・ Meet Jayde Landers and Macy Castleman of Farmersville Illinois. If you want to be bigots, we will make you famous for it. "We hate n*ggers," Macy Castleman and Jayde Landers say together at the start of the video, with Castleman going on to explain, "because they smell and they don't work, so we should bring back slavery to whip them n*ggers. Bring back the KKK. Woooo!"

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@prideofgypsies with @make_repost ・・・ One month ago 33 kūpuna arrested protecting Maunakea One month ago today, the state arrested 33 kūpuna who were and remain on the Maunakea Access Road to block TMT construction vehicles. The TMT and their suporters would like you to believe that they have the law on their side. Kānaka Maoli come from a tradition of justice and these kūpuna are part of a genealogy of kānaka who have confronted the law when either unjust or entirely false, yet backed with superior force. Liliʻuokalani was arrested and imprisoned in her own home in 1895. Over 300 people who fought to restore the Queen in 1895 were arrested in the same year,including Joseph Nawahī, Robert Wilcox and Prince Jonah Kūhiō Kalanianaʻole. Hawaiians, and many others, were arrested in the Territorial period for fighting the white supremacist capitalist sugar oligarchy through union organizing. Hawaiians and non-Hawaiians alike were arrested in the 70's fighting land evictions, the use of Kaho'olawe for Navy bombing practice, and so farmers could access stream waters. In 1990, 141 people were arrested protecting the Waokele o Puna rainforest from goethermal development. And there have been many more. When the law is unjust or only in place through force and coersion, we have a duty to disobey it. We are protectors and we always have been in the face of corporate interests who desire to exploit our lands and poeple. Aloha nui i nā kūpuna aloha ʻāina ʻoiaʻiʻo. E kūpaʻa kākou! Video: Mikey Inouye @minouye

Believe in you!! Tell yourself this every day.

Repost @jadedlotusrising Well, of course this is we’ve always known that.

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