Based Motherland

Una colección de fotografías de Gabriel García Márquez con Pablo Neruda (d. 1973), Mario Vargas Llosa, un joven Carlos Fuentes (d. 2012), amigo íntimo de Fidel Castro, Julio Cortázar (d. 1984) actuando juguetón, un alegre Octavio Paz, Hortensia Allende (d. 2009), Yasser Arafat (d. 2004), José Saramago (d. 2010), y un viejo Carlos Fuentes.

fuckyeahmarxismleninism:

Remembering The Real JFK, part 1"If Mr. Kennedy does not like socialism, well we do not like imperialism! We do not like capitalism! We have as much right to protest over the existence of an imperialist-capitalist regime 90 miles from our coast as he feels he has to protest over the existence of a socialist regime 90 miles from his coast…
"Rights do not come from size. Right does not come from one country being bigger than another. That does not matter. We have only limited territory, a small nation, but our right is as respectable as that of any country, regardless of its size. It does not occur to us to tell the people of the United States what system of government they must have. Therefore it is absurd for Mr. Kennedy to take it into his head to tell us what kind of government he wants us to have here. That is absurd. It occurs to Mr. Kennedy to do that only because he does not have a clear concept of international law or sovereignty. Who had those notions before Kennedy? Hitler and Mussolini!…"The U.S. Government says that a socialist regime here threatens U.S. security. But what threatens the security of the North American people is the aggressive policy of the warmongers of the United States. What threatens the security of the North American family and people is that violence, that aggressive policy, that ignores the sovereignty and the rights of other peoples. 
"The one who is threatening the security of the United States is Kennedy, with that aggressive policy. That aggressive policy can give rise to a world war; and that world war can cost the lives of tens of millions of North Americans. Therefore, the one who threatens the security of the United States is not the Cuban evolutionary Government but the aggressor and aggressive government of the United States."
 —Fidel Castro, May 1, 1961
Via Anti-Imperialist League

fuckyeahmarxismleninism:

Remembering The Real JFK, part 1

"If Mr. Kennedy does not like socialism, well we do not like imperialism! We do not like capitalism! We have as much right to protest over the existence of an imperialist-capitalist regime 90 miles from our coast as he feels he has to protest over the existence of a socialist regime 90 miles from his coast…

"Rights do not come from size. Right does not come from one country being bigger than another. That does not matter. We have only limited territory, a small nation, but our right is as respectable as that of any country, regardless of its size. It does not occur to us to tell the people of the United States what system of government they must have. Therefore it is absurd for Mr. Kennedy to take it into his head to tell us what kind of government he wants us to have here. That is absurd. It occurs to Mr. Kennedy to do that only because he does not have a clear concept of international law or sovereignty. Who had those notions before Kennedy? Hitler and Mussolini!…

"The U.S. Government says that a socialist regime here threatens U.S. security. But what threatens the security of the North American people is the aggressive policy of the warmongers of the United States. What threatens the security of the North American family and people is that violence, that aggressive policy, that ignores the sovereignty and the rights of other peoples.

"The one who is threatening the security of the United States is Kennedy, with that aggressive policy. That aggressive policy can give rise to a world war; and that world war can cost the lives of tens of millions of North Americans. Therefore, the one who threatens the security of the United States is not the Cuban evolutionary Government but the aggressor and aggressive government of the United States."

—Fidel Castro, May 1, 1961

Via Anti-Imperialist League

survivalpanda:

gunrunnerhell:

Bolt Gauge
An interesting pair of bolt-action shotguns that are magazine fed. Note the AK underfolding stock. Maybe someone knows the exact models or these could be custom builds; there is speculation that these are heavily modified Mosin Nagants

it is russian 20ga bolt action shotgun TOZ-106(ТОЗ-106). It is serial model.not mosin modofication
i have onehttp://31.media.tumblr.com/45ed8fde89714c4b64b3425b6619d21c/tumblr_n3rxfdiT8k1twlr54o1_1280.jpg
http://survivalpanda.tumblr.com/image/82109161364
http://survivalpanda.tumblr.com/image/81590968474

survivalpanda:

gunrunnerhell:

Bolt Gauge

An interesting pair of bolt-action shotguns that are magazine fed. Note the AK underfolding stock. Maybe someone knows the exact models or these could be custom builds; there is speculation that these are heavily modified Mosin Nagants

it is russian 20ga bolt action shotgun TOZ-106(ТОЗ-106). It is serial model.not mosin modofication

i have one
http://31.media.tumblr.com/45ed8fde89714c4b64b3425b6619d21c/tumblr_n3rxfdiT8k1twlr54o1_1280.jpg

http://survivalpanda.tumblr.com/image/82109161364

http://survivalpanda.tumblr.com/image/81590968474

fuckyeahmarxismleninism:

April 17-19, 1961: Cuban antiaircraft gun at Bay of Pigs (Playa Giron).

fuckyeahmarxismleninism:

April 17-19, 1961: Cuban antiaircraft gun at Bay of Pigs (Playa Giron).

spanish and italian: So THESE words are feminine and THESE words are masculine, and you ALWAYS put an adjective AFTER the noun.
french: haha i dont fuckin know man just do whatever
german: LET'S ADD A NEUTRAL NOUN HAHA
english: *shooting up in the bathroom*
gaelic: the pronounciation changes depending on the gender and what letter the word starts and ends with and hahah i dont even know good fucking luck
polish: here have all of these consonants have fun
japanese: subject article noun article verb. too bad there's three fucking alphabets lmao hope your first language isn't western
welsh: sneeze, and chances are you've got it right. idfk
chinese: here's a picture. draw it. it means something. it can be pronounced four different ways. these twenty other pictures are pronounced the same but have very different meanings. godspeed.
arabic: so here's this one word. it actually translates to three words. also pronouns don't really exist. the gender is all in the verb. have fun!
latin: here memorize 500 charts and then you still dont know what the fuck is happening
sign language: If you move this sign by a tenth of an inch, you'll be signing "penis"
russian: idk man its pronounced like its spelt but good fucking luck spelling it
fuckyeahmarxismleninism:

Support 5 Days for the Cuban 5, June 4-11

Following the March 7 and 8 International Commission of Inquiry by Voices for the Five in London, efforts are now turned to building the Third ‘5 Days for the Cuban 5’ in Washington D.C. from 4-11 June 2014. 
The final report of London’s International Commission of Inquiry will be presented to the U.S. public and will then be delivered direct to the Obama administration. 
The week of activities in Washington will bring together personalities from the U.S. and abroad, including jurists, parliamentarians, writers, intellectuals, activists and religious people to call for the freedom of the Cuban 5, five men unjustly imprisoned in U.S. prisons for defending their country against terrorism. 
René González, one of the Five who returned to Cuba after serving his entire sentence recently said. “The decision of arresting the Cuban 5 was made in Washington and it is there where the final decision of freeing them will take place.” 

The activities in Washington DC will include:
Visits to Congress with Parliamentarians from other countries
Two day Conference on U.S. Cuba Relations and the case of the Cuban 5
Cultural events
Rally Saturday June 7 at the White House calling for the freedom of the Cuban 5
Many well known people have already added their support including academic Noam Chomsky, actor Danny Glover, writer and professor Angela Davis, poet Alice Walker, journalist and writer Ignacio Ramonet, Brazilian writer and liberation theology Frei Betto, retired U.S. Army Col. Lawrence Wilkerson, historian and writer Piero Gleijeses, Brazilian writer Fernando Morais, noted human rights attorney and International Action Center founder Ramsey Clark and many others.

WAYS TO GET INVOLVED

COME TO WASHINGTON For more details on how to attend seehttp://5daysforthecuban5.com/
ENDORSE It takes less than a minute to add your name at the link belowhttp://5daysforthecuban5.com/add-your-voice/
DONATE If you cannot travel to Washington please consider making a donation: http://5daysforthecuban5.com/donate-2/

Thank you for your support. 
International Committee for the Freedom of the Cuban 5P.O. Box 22455 Oakland CA 94609 United States | info@thecuban5.org

fuckyeahmarxismleninism:

Support 5 Days for the Cuban 5, June 4-11

Following the March 7 and 8 International Commission of Inquiry by Voices for the Five in London, efforts are now turned to building the Third ‘5 Days for the Cuban 5’ in Washington D.C. from 4-11 June 2014
The final report of London’s International Commission of Inquiry will be presented to the U.S. public and will then be delivered direct to the Obama administration. 
The week of activities in Washington will bring together personalities from the U.S. and abroad, including jurists, parliamentarians, writers, intellectuals, activists and religious people to call for the freedom of the Cuban 5, five men unjustly imprisoned in U.S. prisons for defending their country against terrorism. 
René González, one of the Five who returned to Cuba after serving his entire sentence recently said. “The decision of arresting the Cuban 5 was made in Washington and it is there where the final decision of freeing them will take place.” 
The activities in Washington DC will include:
  • Visits to Congress with Parliamentarians from other countries
  • Two day Conference on U.S. Cuba Relations and the case of the Cuban 5
  • Cultural events
  • Rally Saturday June 7 at the White House calling for the freedom of the Cuban 5
Many well known people have already added their support including academic Noam Chomsky, actor Danny Glover, writer and professor Angela Davis, poet Alice Walker, journalist and writer Ignacio Ramonet, Brazilian writer and liberation theology Frei Betto, retired U.S. Army Col. Lawrence Wilkerson, historian and writer Piero Gleijeses, Brazilian writer Fernando Morais, noted human rights attorney and International Action Center founder Ramsey Clark and many others.
WAYS TO GET INVOLVED
COME TO WASHINGTON For more details on how to attend seehttp://5daysforthecuban5.com/
ENDORSE It takes less than a minute to add your name at the link belowhttp://5daysforthecuban5.com/add-your-voice/
DONATE If you cannot travel to Washington please consider making a donation: http://5daysforthecuban5.com/donate-2/
Thank you for your support. 
International Committee for the Freedom of the Cuban 5
P.O. Box 22455 Oakland CA 94609 United States | info@thecuban5.org
DJ Hodor

jkottke:

Dj Hodor

Kristian Nairn is the actor who plays Hodor on HBO’s Game of Thrones. When he’s not acting, the 6’10” Belfast resident DJs and makes music. His Soundcloud page contains a bunch of his house mixes; here’s the latest mix from three months ago:

Hodor!