you can ask me questions if you want.
reece. 23. libertarian-ish. i post pictures and news from parts of the world i am interested in, quotes about things i enjoy or generally agree with, and music that makes me feel sad.
do you think maggie thatcher had girl power?
yes, of course
do you think she effectively utilized girl power by funneling money to illegal paramilitary death squads in northern ireland
Palestinian boys pose for pictures as they play on the grounds of the St. Porphyrios Church in Gaza City on July 23, 2014. St. Porphyrios Church has thrown its doors open to hundreds of displaced Palestinians, some of the more than 140,000 who have fled their homes, according to the UN. (Lefteris Pitarakis/AP)
Around World War II, Sweden and Denmark teamed up to form a Scandinavian icebreaking dream team. Their ships flew this triangular pennant made up of both their national colours. Much like the ice they once cleared, the two countries have since broken up.
if we are going to support women in politics for the sake of them simply being women in politics while totally ignoring what they actually say or do i want u to vote for me in 2016. i promise free labrador puppies and yummy bowls of ramen w/ a side dish of tempura for all americans
RUSSIA. Grozny, Chechnya. 19/02/2002. One of the few remaining ethnic Russians in the Chechen capital. The 87 year old blind woman lives with her daughter and receives no government aid. Her grand son was killed when Russian forces fired upon their neighbourhood with artillery late last year. She says that she feels permanently threatened by the Russian soldiers, “as they consider us as Chechens”.
RUSSIA. Grozny, Chechnya. 14/02/2002. Relative showing the picture of a Chechen unemployed civilian who disappeared several weeks ago. He crossed the street to see a neighbour shortly after night fell, was shot and picked up by unidentified Russian soldiers. Pro-Russian and Russian authorities deny any knowledge of the incident.
RUSSIA. Grozny, Chechnya. February 14, 2002. Women with bullet or shrapnel wounds sit in a Grozny trauma unit after a bus they were in was fired upon by Russian forces. Random shootings involving Chechen civilians and the Russian military are common.