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ladymisandry Entre fluidos y latidos
Te entrego mi lenguaje
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subversivemerida Hermosa y básica blusita Disponible en Negro y Blanco 🏼
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bienbellodaniela 28 vaginas y todas con algo que decir.
Obra "Olympia dice..."Nro 2 de Eirenée Caldera perteneciente a la exposición "Cuerpos Políticos: Poéticas feministas" del Celarg.
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  •   zeus.bones Necesito ver esto 12h
  •   zeus.bones Instalaciones de cucas, ay. 12h
  •   bienbellodaniela Cucas all over the place.

    Cucas vemos corazones no sabemos.
    Cucas; una odisea en el espacio.
    hahahahha ves lo que haces? @zeus.bones 12h

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project.p__y @Thesepinklips is the mastermind behind @amberrose and her crew's killer #VMAs #slutwalk ensemble. And now all I want for Christmas is this #pussynotwar tee SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL GIRL GANG #subversive #slut #whore #bodypositivity #reclaimed #feminist #fashion #supportyourlocalgirlgang #girlgang #feministasfuck with @repost-app.
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xcraftymandax More orders on the way out! And they definitely sum up the first day after a bank holiday! #fuckit #crossstitch #craftymanda #xstitch #xcraftymandax #subversive #kit #pattern #grannyhobbies #project #craft #creative #hobbies 19h

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project.p__y I remember when I was introduced to John Burger's seminal text "Ways of Seeing" in my undergrad. It was the first time I had fully grasped the concept of the gaze, and I felt like my whole world had been tipped over. It was formative, to say the least. "One might simplify this by saying: men act and women appear. Men look at women. Women watch themselves being looked at. This determines not only most relations between men and women but also the relation of women to themselves. The surveyor of woman in herself is male: the surveyed female. Thus she turns herself into an object -- and most particularly an object of vision: a sight." #projectpussy works to subvert the gaze. These little puss stickers are not passive subjects, they are not the watched and the seen and the gazed upon. They are active. They gaze upon you. #thegaze #thegays #feminist #feministasfuck #streetart #stickers #stickerart #brooklyn #Bushwick #nyc #slaps #slapstickers #subversive #grafitti 19h

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los_angeles_moto What do you get when #LAmotorcyclist teams up with @ornamentalconifer? 🌲The answer is our first collaboration LAMotoArtistProgram T-shirt ️ We will be opening up #presale later this week! #subversive #motoinspired #instagram #sharepost #artist #likeourcool #limitededition #oldcrow #LosAngeles #dtla #representagoodthing 1d

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revo7615 STATE DEPARTMENT SPOKESMAN FORCED TO DEFEND ISIS CZAR ALLEN FROM CLEAR IMPLICATION HE WAS A MASTERMIND OF “REWORKING” EUPHORIC PENTAGON INTEL ON ALLEGED DEFEAT OF ISIS; FLARE UP COMES AS CALIPHATE SEIZES EXCLUSIVE CONTROL OF TERRORIST SAFE HAVEN IN NORTHERN SYRIA SET UP BY ALLEN AND ERDOGAN; HATRED OF ALLEN BUILDS IN US INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY; BRITISH PRESS WARNS OF NEW ATTEMPT TO DRAG US AND UK INTO GROUND WAR; NEW YORK TIMES SEEKS TO DISCREDIT IRAN NUCLEAR ACCORD; #FIREALLENFORISIS
TWSP Morning Briefing 8/30/15:
The scheming US ISIS Czar Allen is increasingly in big trouble because of his obvious leading role in faking the Pentagon’s intelligence picture regarding ISIS. Allen’s name was raked over the coals at the Wednesday and Thursday State Department briefings, where Foggy Bottom mouthpiece Admiral John Kirby had to defend the seditious general from a barrage of hostile questions. The combat reports had been “reworked,” meaning falsified, including those given to Obama. The obvious goal was to camouflage the fact that the US war on ISIS has been a phony war, designed to keep this congeries of butchers intact for future use against Assad, Iran, and Russia.
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  •   revo7615 QUESTION: There was a New York Times report today that there’s an inquiry weighing whether ISIS analysis was distorted. The focus of this piece was primarily DOD, but there are some quotes in here from John Allen, from his talk at the Aspen Forum
    MR KIRBY: let’s talk about General Allen for a second – a retired four-star Marine combat leader in Iraq and Afghanistan; led our – the NATO mission in Afghanistan before his retirement. Absolutely the right leader to come in and pull together this coalition and get it to where it is today. I mean, that’s General Allen at work.
    I’ve served for General Allen myself for a short period of time, and I can tell you, you won’t find a more pragmatic, realistic, clear-eyed leader than General John Allen. And so when he says something like he said out in Aspen, that ISIS is losing, he meant it and he believed it and he had the facts to back it up. It doesn’t mean, as I said, that there’s not going to be times when ISIL is going to achieve success.[3]
    QUESTION: Is there frustration in this building that DOD’s not enacting the program [the Division 30 train-and-equip program – TWSP] effectively? I mean, the entire anti-ISIS campaign is being headed by an official in this building who is a former DOD official, as are you. And that’s okay, I’m not trying to go anywhere with that. I’m just saying to just refer it to DOD -- every time we ask, to just say, “Oh, you got to go ask DOD,” and then they don’t say anything, when you’re in a position to – so my question is, is there frustration --
    MR KIRBY: General Allen, who is, I think, you’re referring to, he’s not – his job is not to run the campaign. His job was to get a coalition formed, established, and functioning, and obviously, we’ve – he’s accomplished that. We have 62-some-odd nations in the coalition, and of course, Turkey has just come in recently, and General Allen and Ambassador McGurk were key figures in working that agreement with the Turkish Government. But the campaign itself is being run by the Defense Department – the military side of the campaign being run by the Defense Department, specifically U.S. Central Command in Tampa.[4] 1d
  •   revo7615 Kirby’s teary-eyed adoration of General Allen was hardly a sufficient answer to why Allen has been actively conniving with Erdogan to establish ISIS in the Middle East.
    U.S. Special Envoy for Syria Michael Ratney has been in Moscow this week to meet with Bogdanov at the Foreign Ministry. Ratney, an appointee of Obama, is a potential counter-weight to the insubordinate Allen and has been working to find a political solution to the Syrian crisis, perhaps including a new and broader anti--ISIS coalition, as the State Department reported:
    U.S. Special Envoy for Syria Michael Ratney visited Moscow August 28, for consultations with Russian officials on the ongoing conflict in Syria. These meetings in Moscow are part of consultations to follow up on Secretary Kerry’s recent discussions with Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov in Doha and Kuala Lumpur, as well as ongoing efforts to support the Syrian opposition and to work toward greater convergence of views among both foreign governments and the Syrians themselves on a political transition in Syria and the defeat of extremists.
    The United States remains strongly committed to achieving a genuine, negotiated political transition away from Bashar al-Assad that brings an end to the violence and leads to a future that fulfills Syrians’ aspirations for freedom and dignity[5] 1d
  •   revo7615 While it is good that to make overtures to Russia on the explosive issue of the Syrian crisis, the anti-Assad stance of the United States is a losing option for confronting the problem. The Syrian people legitimately elected Assad in 2014 and Syrians have been calling for more intervention by the government against Saudi-backed foreign terrorists since the beginning of the death-squad strikes in early March 2011. Ousting Assad from power is the demand of Allen and other incompetent and disloyal officials and generals whose careers depend on Assad’s being removed. US foreign policy cannot be guided by the career ambitions of a few rogue generals.
    Some news organs have been even more desperate than the State Department to defend a warmonger policy in the Middle East. The New York Times has been a leading place for dissenters of the Iranian nuclear accord to howl in rage. The Nation magazine, apparently surprised that the Times could host such view said,
    “While, editorially at least, the Times has come out strongly for the deal, today’s report mostly consists of the latest neoconservative talking points … Tendentious as it is, the Times piece is very much in keeping with the theme of Michael R. Gordon’s recent reporting on the Iran deal, which has habitually highlighted Israeli and neocon objections, while seeming to dismiss the views of the deal’s proponents.” [6] 1d
  •   revo7615 Anyone who remembers the writings of Judith Miller in the days leading up to the Iraq War will recall how she took the talking points of Vice President Cheney and published them in the New York Times. Of course the Times would be in favor of any new war in the Middle East; The Nation’s surprise at this penchant for war is an insight into their incompetence regarding anti-war efforts.
    Philip Giraldi, a former CIA officer, shows us how at least part of the US intelligence community views the situation in Syria. There is great rage building against Allen and his Turkish allies. As with the mass media, this report is comes with considerable delay and well after our own reporting in the daily briefing laid out the details in a clearer and more substantial light Giraldi writes:
    From the start, Turkey, which nominally opposes radical rebel groups like ISIS and Jabhat al-Nusra, has been curiously absent from the fray, instead arguing that the major effort should be focused on defeating al-Assad. Indeed, when I was in Istanbul last July bearded rebels were observed in the more fundamentalist neighborhoods collecting money for ISIS without any interference from the numerous and highly visible Turkish police and intelligence services. Turkey has also been surreptitiously buying as much as $3 million worth of smuggled oil from ISIS every day, virtually funding the group’s activities. Ankara has allowed ISIS militants to freely cross over the Syrian border into Turkey for what might be described as R&R (rest and recreation) as well as medical care and training. Weapons have been flowing in the opposite direction, cash and carry, some provided by the Turkish intelligence service MIT.
    In some cases, Giraldi cites news reports that quote our briefing down to the very words used in the initial reports on Allen’s coup in July,
    One angry American general calls the development a “bait and switch,” while another commented that Erdogan “needed a hook” to go after the Kurds and lied to Washington to accomplish that. 1d
  •   revo7615 I might even suggest that the original suicide bombing that sparked the whole chain of events, which was carried out by a 20-year-old ethnic Kurd, might itself have been a false flag operation by MIT, designed to ease Turkish entry into a hot war ostensibly against ISIS but which would really be directed at the Kurds.[7]
    On the other side of the Atlantic, British Intelligence, operating out of The Spectator, has announced the drumbeats for a new Anglo-American invasion of Iraq and the broader Middle East have begun and that humanitarian bombing has come back in style. According to this report, the Western world is very close to entering another disastrous was in the Middle East:
    Last year was meant to signal an end to wars of intervention that dominated the world stage at the turn of the 21st century, attacks by powerful western states mostly against weak Muslim ones. It was assumed that Washington and London would draw a curtain over the most shambolic foreign policy adventures of modern times. The West would stop trying to reconfigure political Islam. Troops would return to base … Yet the old tic, the twitch to intervene, has not gone away. Last October, despite his Commons rebuff, Cameron told his party conference that Islamic State was ‘a danger to Europe’ which he could not ignore … The lame-duck Obama has had to send forces to support the helpless armies of Baghdad and Kabul. He wages a token air war against Isis-held territory that he is in no position to occupy or govern … The defining feature of the wars of intervention was media-induced mission creep. Each tended to start with sanctions and bombing, ‘intervention lite’. These were the fool’s gold of intervention. [8] 1d
  •   revo7615 Getting the US embroiled in another Iraq war is of course just what Allen wants most. If we are going to avoid the “media-induced mission creep” described by The Spectator and exemplified by the New York Times, then the imperative is to have Allen fired, Turkey removed from the NATO alliance and Erdogan ousted from power. A new course in the Middle East will have to be forged, with all regional powers including Russia and Iran, working with the Assad government to destroy the ISIS fanatics and rebuild with a Marshall Plan worthy of repairing the shattered lives of the Middle Eastern peoples. But first, it is time to #FireAllen4ISIS. 1d

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