Mars ---Sasa


staring @ the wall as i listen to this album describe many parts of my past i hAVE A PAPER TO FINISH THOUGH and i am tIRED 

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— 22 hours ago with 1343 notes
#epik high  #younha  #match made in heaven 
"'Twas my intention, upon leaving mine house this eve, to engage in revelry and merriment, but I now, to speak true, feel at this moment as though I am under siege."

- Mercutio, Romeo and Juliet

I came out here to have a good time, and I’m honestly feeling so attacked right now.

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— 1 week ago with 3933 notes
#oh internet trends  #shakespeare homage  #or not 
"The logic is clear — propaganda is to a democracy what the bludgeon is to a totalitarian state and that’s wise and good because again the common interests elude the bewildered herd, they cant figure them out. […]And the point of public relations slogans like ‘Support Our Troops’ is that they don’t mean anything
[…] that’s the whole point of good propaganda, you want to create a slogan that nobody is gonna be against and I suppose everybody will be for because nobody knows what it means because it doesn’t mean anything, but it’s crucial value is it diverts your attention from a question that does mean something. Do you support our policy and that’s the one you’re not allowed to talk about."
Noam Chomsky, “On propaganda” (via inbunden)

I think this can apply to the numerous groups that devote themselves to slogans like “Support Hong Kong government” or “Support Hong Kong police ” (in opposition of the Umbrella Movement/Revolution). Democracy is always too complicated an issue for people to wrap their minds around.

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— 2 weeks ago with 29 notes
#umbrella movement  #umbrella revolution  #universal suffrage  #hong kong 

Is it wrong to be young and have ideals? Society merely chuckles at the teen when he or she “falls in love”; while frowning on the same individual who joins a protest for basic democratic liberties.

The CCP and HK officials may put their hopes in waiting until HKers grow tired of the protests, but is that how a government responsible for protection of HK’s liberties and freedoms should act? If the state has such little faith in its people’s quest for political decision-making, then it should not expect the same from its people.

No matter how the corporate-backed media frames the protests as illegal activity, I still find the right to assembly and to voice opinions a measure of good governance. As such, the demands for CY Leung’s dismissal is reasonable (even if it will not change the CCP’s plans for undemocratic political reforms).

— 2 weeks ago
#occupyhongkong  #occupycentral  #current events  #thoughts  #umbrella revolution  #at the very least  #hk has chosen to speak out  #hong kong 
"May your choices reflect your hopes, not your fears."
Nelson Mandela (via onlinecounsellingcollege)

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— 3 weeks ago with 6011 notes
#looking at you cy leung