EmanuelaBrolandi posted:Urbandale posted:
Prison solidarity work is exhausting stego, dont kick yourself over it. its common for their orbit to just do brief transcription stints.
Ya try a more productive activity like working for the Sanders campaign.. Er I mean the PSL
I thought we already had this thread
this shit is making me think that we need to form a collective cell for mim prisons and do like, 99% of their typing.
I think they'd rather get porn than another copy of mim notes but what do I know
Swirls, how does it feel to troll a forum for years and not offend anyone?
Who are you?
I've read more now and actually I don't think the bolding may actually be a scanning issues BC sometimes it makes no sense
there's an epub on aaaaaaaaarg of the 2014 edition, not a scan, that retains some of the bolding. everything that's left makes sense though, like there aren't any random ass-bolded words left, just important sentences + paragraphs
I put up a quote from the book w a link to read settlers.org and a guy said I sound like a conspiracy theory retard bc I cited a book that spells America with a K
Untied Snakes of AmeriKKK is kind of a bridge too far for most people, because it's obviously and transparently stupid. Not me. I accept it.
The whole point of settlers is that no white dude on the internet will read more than three pages of a book that says Amerika before they're like "nah this is a stupid book like I thought"
there should also be basic marxist links too, like to introductory material on the national question or the definition of class etc.
The idea behind it is "Amerika" refers to the white, African and xicano nations or whatever instead of America the nation state
i thought it was
In the 1960s and early 1970s in the United States, leftists, particularly the Yippies, sometimes used Amerika rather than America in referring to the United States. It is still used as a political statement today. It is likely that this was originally an allusion to the German spelling of the word, and intended to be suggestive of Nazism, a hypothesis that the Oxford English Dictionary supports.