11213372:


"There’s the three “men of Middle Eastern appearance” who were detained by police at a football match because someone thought the way they were checking their phones was “suspicious”.



There’s the Muslim guy who was detained by the cops for filming in the Melbourne CBD (read his account over the The Drum if you read nothing else; it’s mildly terrifying).
There’s that mosque in far north Queensland that was vandalised, that mosque in Brisbane that was vandalised, those Muslim ladies in Queensland being told to “fuck off back to your own country” and having coffee thrown on them, and that carload of white guys on the Gold Coast who threatened to behead a brown person in the street because they thought he was Muslim (seriously, Queensland, you are not covering yourself in glory on this one).
There’s the guy who walked into an Islamic school in Sydney armed with a knife, forcing children to be locked inside their classrooms and hide under their desks.
There’s the spat-upon mum, the kicked baby’s pram, the vandalised car and the pig’s head on a spike — the pig’s head on a spike — that have been reported in WA. There’s the rape and death threats being made against Muslim women, and the indifference it’s been met with.”

(full article here)

11213372:

"There’s the three “men of Middle Eastern appearance” who were detained by police at a football match because someone thought the way they were checking their phones was “suspicious”.

There’s the Muslim guy who was detained by the cops for filming in the Melbourne CBD (read his account over the The Drum if you read nothing else; it’s mildly terrifying).

There’s that mosque in far north Queensland that was vandalised, that mosque in Brisbane that was vandalised, those Muslim ladies in Queensland being told to “fuck off back to your own country” and having coffee thrown on them, and that carload of white guys on the Gold Coast who threatened to behead a brown person in the street because they thought he was Muslim (seriously, Queensland, you are not covering yourself in glory on this one).

There’s the guy who walked into an Islamic school in Sydney armed with a knife, forcing children to be locked inside their classrooms and hide under their desks.

There’s the spat-upon mum, the kicked baby’s pram, the vandalised car and the pig’s head on a spike — the pig’s head on a spike — that have been reported in WA. There’s the rape and death threats being made against Muslim women, and the indifference it’s been met with.”

(full article here)

foxnewsofficial:

sometimes i’ll have loads of money and then other times i’ll be awake

awwww-cute:

This is Finn. He thinks everyone he meets is his best friend so he sits by the door waiting for people

awwww-cute:

This is Finn. He thinks everyone he meets is his best friend so he sits by the door waiting for people

Well, I need to admit one thing - I wanted to be a Gryffindor for a really long time, because Gryffindors are the ones who are perceived as brave and loyal and above all… good men. But what exactly does mean to be a ‘good man’? Being a good man doesn’t mean being a heroic hero who tries to save the rest of the world for the whole time. Slytherins are ambitious. Willingness to impress others is not the most important thing for them; when Slytherins set their sights on doing something, they HAVE to do it. No matter what a price is. For Slytherins, pride is something priceless, invaluable. They may seem arrogant and insensitive, but it’s all because they are so good at masking their feelings. And why do they act like this? Hiding emotions is their way of protection. Do not tease the snake, if you do not want to be attacked. Feelings are really so important to Slytherins, that they don’t want to show them to the world. Slytherins don’t want to be susceptible to injury. They don’t want to show their weakness, which doesn’t mean that they are afraid of being weak. This is their pride. Slytherins are careful and they aren’t into making a sacrifice of themselves for everyone else, like brave Gryffindors. They are loyal to their friends, the ones that Slytherins trust. And when there is a person like that, who Slytherin is ready to call their friend… A Slytherin is ready to make anything for him. Because the fact, that Slytherins aren’t as heroic as Gryffindors or some people who belong to other houses doesn’t mean that they aren’t brave too. They are. And the other thing that comes into my mind when I think about my house and being a Slytherin… Slytherins never forget about the injustice that anyone has caused them. Never. Because it’s really hard to gain the Slytherin’s trust, and when you once lose it, you can never get it back.

HelloDraco

(you fell down the flawless tree and hit all the perfect on the way down)

dutchster:

existentialismandmakeup:

miikachu:

onlylolgifs:

High Five New York

See? Now this is a prank. Something silly and good intentioned and actually funny. Not groping poor, unsuspecting girls.

that sign is so accurate right now it’s scary

The person I reblogged this from deserves to be happy.