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ANTI-CIV LIES OF HIS(STORY) JUNE 14, 2016 ROB LOS RICOS “History is a pack of lies about events that never happened, told by people who weren’t there.” – George Santayana Don’t defend what you have been taught in a school system designed to make you docile, befuddled, and marketable. We know that much of what … Continue reading “Lies of His(story)”

“Slavery Still Reigns in US Prisons” (3:40)

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“The King’s Men”

Image: http://www.zengardner.com "I’m just wondering how much longer the masses are going to fall for this bullshit. If you haven’t reached the point where you’re starting to fear the cops more than the criminals, then you’re not paying attention." The King's Men By freefall Contributor, ZenGardner.com I see that the United States Supreme Court has … Continue reading “The King’s Men”

11 Drone-Captured Photos That Perfectly Convey The Division Between Rich And Poor

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“Unequal Scenes” gives a bird’s eye view on the lines of inequality so clearly drawn in South Africa.

Credit: Johnny Miller

Credit: Johnny Miller

Never before has the division between rich and poor been so easy to grasp. Activists can thank South African artist Johnny Miller, who captured the following photos with a drone to illuminate the vast difference between living conditions among the classes.

The project, titled “Unequal Scenes,” began as a Facebook post that eventually went viral, reports PetaPixel. After the photo of the Masiphumelele community and its surroundings in the Republic of South Africa was shared more than 1,000 times, Miller knew he was on to something. He went on to capture many other, similar photographs and videos across South Africa.

“Discrepancies in how people…

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