"The mark of an immature man is that he would die knobly for a cause. The mark of a mature man is that he would live humbly for one" - Catcher in the Rye -WARNING WRITER SPELLING CHALLENGED! But Sometimes you have to say "what the fuck!"

Saturday, February 07, 2009

BANNED FROM FACEBOOK. 4 being an Activist

My second offense. I didnt nothing unusual. Posted one Mumia Abu-Jamal Live from Death Row Utube video.

this linksFree Mumia

That was it. Poof. Gone. The first time I cast a stone at Martin Bashir, and shady journalists who "lynch" via the media. Poof. Gone. Three dayz. This time I saved contact information. But George Orwell Look out. Its wild. Censorship on Facebook, against Obama and Vadergrrrl

Illuminati and Free Masons
My blood goes back to the Mayflower, my grandmother a proud member of DAR. Money and power on both sides. Dont ask where the dark gene came from with me. I mean its there, with my dad and my Nana. But Im the only sib with all the dark traits. The Niggah child. Anywayz, my point is I have Free Mason's and Illuminati in my blood line. My Nana's family owned a butcher shop in Stockholm for years. Like in Gangz of New York, only Stockholm.
I feel their Super-Powers.... So I dont think they are censoring me. But, Im definitely being censored. BASTARDS. ORWELLIAN PIGS!!!!!

Myspace v. Facebook

I have myspace under Vadergrrrl and miriam. Tom, the creater and geius behind Myspace is a Berkeley Alum. Gotta love my Peeps. Watch this Utube Battlestar Mario Tribute Tyrol and Mario speech So I know there is no Orwellian's running thangs on Myspace. No Berkeley alum would alow that!!! I dont know who is doing the censorship on Facebook. But its creepy.

Activism and the Revolution

"I see protest as a genuine means of encouraging someone to feel the inconsistencies, the horror of the lives we are living. Social protest is saying that we do not have to live this way. If we feel deeply, and we encourage ourselves and others to feel deeply, we will find the germ of our answers to bring about change. Because once we recognize what it is we are feeling, once we recognize we can feel deeply, love deeply, can feel joy, then we will demand that all parts of our lives produce that kind of joy. And when they do not, we will ask, "Why don't they?" And it is the asking that will lead us inevitably toward change.

So the question of social protest and art is inseparable for me. I can't say it is an either-or proposition. Art for art's sake doesn't really exist for me. What I saw was wrong, and I had to speak up. I loved poetry, and I loved words. But what was beautiful had to serve the purpose of changing my life, or I would have died. If I cannot air this pain and alter it, I will surely die of it. That's the beginning of social protest."-Quotes from Audre Lorde. Black Women Writers at Work. Ed. Claudia Tate. NY: Continuum, 1983. 100-16. From This Audre Lorde site

"liberation is not the private province of any one particular group"

"When I dare to be powerful -- to use my strength in the service of my vision, then it becomes less and less important whether I am afraid."
—Audre Lorde


May the Force Be With You ALways.


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