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Confederacy: Aunty belongs to the Confederacy (via /r/BlackPeopleTwitter)
Confederacy: Aunty belongs to the Confederacy (via /r/BlackPeopleTwitter)

Aunty belongs to the Confederacy (via /r/BlackPeopleTwitter)

Confederacy: Aunty belongs to the Confederacy by JustinSaneCesc MORE MEMES
Confederacy: Aunty belongs to the Confederacy by JustinSaneCesc
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Aunty belongs to the Confederacy by JustinSaneCesc MORE MEMES

Confederacy: ultraviolet-techno-ecology An awful lot of housing clutter relates directly to the lack of community resources for temporary usage of occasional-use tools and supplies. The average kitchen for example contains a lot of appliances which are only used for special occasions, and a sort of Kitchen-Library could easily supply the necessary tool:s as-needed to an entire community without cluttering up everyone's individual homes In other words - Not every household requires access to a power drill every single day, but an awfully large number of households have had to make permanent space for a power drill they bought specifically for those rare days when they have been needed vighnantaka-bard This is a thought I've had in the past as well, it can be extended to many other specialized tools and other items. Even though I tend towards Thoreau-esque self-relianceI think that the general concept of a library can and should be extended much farther. There's a lot of potential yet to be tapped It's not a new idea either, the Haudenosaunee, also known as the Iroquois Confederacy implemented this practice extensively through what we could loosely call in English, "guilds." There are also some Amish communities who have an informal system for borrowing and passing along various building tools Contrary to popular belief, Amish people don't shun all modern technology and many of them today use power tools, albeit ones that are offgrid and meet specific requirements. The trope of barn-raising Amish people isn't very accurate these days, but cooperation, anti-consumption, and humility are still deeply ingrained their worldview Time to clear out our housing clutter.
Confederacy: ultraviolet-techno-ecology
 An awful lot of housing clutter relates directly to the lack of community resources
 for temporary usage of occasional-use tools and supplies. The average kitchen
 for example contains a lot of appliances which are only used for special
 occasions, and a sort of Kitchen-Library could easily supply the necessary tool:s
 as-needed to an entire community without cluttering up everyone's individual
 homes
 In other words - Not every household requires access to a power drill every
 single day, but an awfully large number of households have had to make
 permanent space for a power drill they bought specifically for those rare days
 when they have been needed
 vighnantaka-bard
 This is a thought I've had in the past as well, it can be extended to many other
 specialized tools and other items. Even though I tend towards Thoreau-esque
 self-relianceI think that the general concept of a library can and should be
 extended much farther. There's a lot of potential yet to be tapped
 It's not a new idea either, the Haudenosaunee, also known as the Iroquois
 Confederacy implemented this practice extensively through what we could
 loosely call in English, "guilds." There are also some Amish communities who
 have an informal system for borrowing and passing along various building tools
 Contrary to popular belief, Amish people don't shun all modern technology and
 many of them today use power tools, albeit ones that are offgrid and meet
 specific requirements. The trope of barn-raising Amish people isn't very accurate
 these days, but cooperation, anti-consumption, and humility are still deeply
 ingrained their worldview
Time to clear out our housing clutter.

Time to clear out our housing clutter.

Confederacy: Shermans March to the Sea through the heart of the Confederacy (1865)
Confederacy: Shermans March to the Sea through the heart of the Confederacy (1865)

Shermans March to the Sea through the heart of the Confederacy (1865)

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Confederacy: THATUS HOW WE MAKE THE MOONSHINE patriots confederateflag confederacy saveourflag conservativeandproud patriotsforlife confederatestatesofamerica secondamendmentrights
Confederacy: THATUS HOW WE
 MAKE THE MOONSHINE
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Confederacy: Al Letson @Al_Letson It's much easier to say the Civil War was about money, when your ancestors weren't the currency Jenna Abrams @Jenn_Abrams To those people, who hate the Confederate flag. Did you know that the flag and the war wasn't about slavery, it was all about money 4/24/17, 1:39 PM lordandgodoftheobvious: snommelp: argentarachnids: reverseracism: Exactly. When I was learning about The United States Civil War during my K-12 years I always found it odd that there were “arguments” that the battle was really about money/currency. Because lets be honest, HOW were they making that money? Through CHATTEL ENSLAVEMENT. Seriously I hate how white people keep skirting the issue like this. “It was about state rights” Started over the right to own slaves. To all of my fellow white people living in the South - it is our duty to keep the record straight on this. The racists who pull this revisionism won’t listen to people of color who try to correct it. Hell, they usually won’t even listen to a white man like me who speaks the truth they don’t like. But speak it anyway, and don’t let the lie go unchallenged. “The Civil War was about money!” Yes. Specifically, the money from an economy built on the backs of enslaved people. “The Civil War was about states’ rights!” Yes – whether or not Southern States had the right to enslave an entire ethnicity. “This flag is about heritage, not hate!” Yes – a heritage of enslaving an entire people group and attempting to secede rather than stop enslaving people. That’s the job for me and my fellow Southern white people. Of course, y’all up North don’t get to just sit back and relax. You’ve got your own lies to fight against – specifically, lies about racism not historically or currently being a problem up there. It was, and it is, and we’ve all got to fight against these lies however they manifest themselves around us. Anyway, according to the fucking vice president of the confederacy (content warning: this is a transcript of a speech given by the vice president of the CSA, so…you know, figure it out) the war, and the whole reason for the existence of the confederacy in the first place, was totally about slavery.
Confederacy: Al Letson
 @Al_Letson
 It's much easier to say the Civil War
 was about money, when your
 ancestors weren't the currency

 Jenna Abrams @Jenn_Abrams
 To those people, who hate the
 Confederate flag. Did you know that the
 flag and the war wasn't about slavery, it
 was all about money
 4/24/17, 1:39 PM
lordandgodoftheobvious:

snommelp:

argentarachnids:

reverseracism:

Exactly. 

When I was learning about The United States Civil War during my K-12 years I always found it odd that there were “arguments” that the battle was really about money/currency. 

Because lets be honest, HOW were they making that money? Through CHATTEL ENSLAVEMENT.

Seriously I hate how white people keep skirting the issue like this.

“It was about state rights”
Started over the right to own slaves.

To all of my fellow white people living in the South - it is our duty to keep the record straight on this. The racists who pull this revisionism won’t listen to people of color who try to correct it. Hell, they usually won’t even listen to a white man like me who speaks the truth they don’t like. But speak it anyway, and don’t let the lie go unchallenged.
“The Civil War was about money!” Yes. Specifically, the money from an economy built on the backs of enslaved people.
“The Civil War was about states’ rights!” Yes – whether or not Southern States had the right to enslave an entire ethnicity.
“This flag is about heritage, not hate!” Yes – a heritage of enslaving an entire people group and attempting to secede rather than stop enslaving people.
That’s the job for me and my fellow Southern white people. Of course, y’all up North don’t get to just sit back and relax. You’ve got your own lies to fight against – specifically, lies about racism not historically or currently being a problem up there. It was, and it is, and we’ve all got to fight against these lies however they manifest themselves around us.

Anyway, according to the fucking vice president of the confederacy (content warning: this is a transcript of a speech given by the vice president of the CSA, so…you know, figure it out) the war, and the whole reason for the existence of the confederacy in the first place, was totally about slavery.

lordandgodoftheobvious: snommelp: argentarachnids: reverseracism: Exactly. When I was learning about The United States Civil War du...