windypoplarsroom:

Pieter Bruegel the Elder
"Magpie on the Gallow (detail)" (1568)

windypoplarsroom:

Pieter Bruegel the Elder

"Magpie on the Gallow (detail)" (1568)

deadskinmouth:

Ambrogio Bergognone
Detail from Saint Peter Martyr and Kneeling Donor, c. 1490

deadskinmouth:

Ambrogio Bergognone

Detail from Saint Peter Martyr and Kneeling Donor, c. 1490

hailtothehammer:

vandrare replied to your photoset“I found a cool little beach near my work to hang out and relax in…”
I am dark and brutal and filled with hatred
yeah, you’re the worst

winterduck:

"If he were white, he wouldn’t have been killed."

Can you not  fucking see it coming?

the-nightmare-of-being:

the fact that communism even still exists, let alone the fact that it’s socially acceptable for people to openly support it after the endless list of horrors it caused throughout the twentieth century is some kind of sick joke I am convinced everyone is playing on me. 

genghis-khanye:

all ponyfuckers get 25 years gulag, no trials

Okay, tell me. What are the differences?
Anonymous

la-chasse-galerie:

theracismrepellent:

Slavery was common in Africa during those times but because of the huge influence of Islam, slaves were always treated like members of the family in a form of indentured servitude while cruel treatment of slaves was (usually) frowned upon.
Since they were more indentured servants than slaves, they could also work to earn their freedom. There was no restriction on marriages between slaves and the members of their masters’ families. Not only that but slaves could also hold important positions in the government and become leaders of their tribes if they were eligible enough by leadership standards.
On the other hand, European slavery was of a much harsher and odious nature. It only depended on the master’s goodness if the slaves would ever be freed from their servitude or even fed properly. When those “slaves” were sold, they had no idea of the kind of inhumane treatment they’d be experiencing. Otherwise, they would never have been sold. Actually, I could go into the details of how awful slavery was on this side of the world, but you wouldn’t be worth my time if you didn’t have any idea.
~thejadedtongue

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Sure they were treated like family members…

That’s a fine set of family values they’ve got there. Perhaps that’s why it’s imported along with the constant influx of immigrants seeking to import their refuse over to ‘their’ new-found refuge.

tinyteabag:

Artist -> bantuboy

tinyteabag:

Artist -> bantuboy

valkyriethais:

Western Herbalism on We Heart It - http://weheartit.com/entry/43446414/via/valkyriethais