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If voting could truly change the world it would be illegal. - Even if your vote does count, you are given the choice between two candidates who are heavily funded by corporations and individuals with specific agendas. The politicians are further bought with lobbying. - “You can’t take a congressman to lunch for $25 and buy him a steak. But you can take him to a fundraising lunch and not only buy him that steak, but give him $25,000 extra and call it a fundraiser.” – Former lobbyist Jack Abramoff - The people who really run the show, the puppet masters, derive their power from the private banking system. - “Give me control of a nation's money and I care not who makes it's laws" — Mayer Amschel Rothschild - Real change starts with YOU. Voting with your actions to support local, sustainable, and healthy businesses and ideas. Being the change you wish to see in the world. That is where the real revolution is happening. - “The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new.” -Socrates - To change the current reality you don’t work within its rules but instead make the existing system obsolete by creating something better. - “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” -Einstein - “Presidents are selected not elected.” -President Roosevelt: When you are on your way to vote and your friend shows you that officials are selected not elected @truth society If voting could truly change the world it would be illegal. - Even if your vote does count, you are given the choice between two candidates who are heavily funded by corporations and individuals with specific agendas. The politicians are further bought with lobbying. - “You can’t take a congressman to lunch for $25 and buy him a steak. But you can take him to a fundraising lunch and not only buy him that steak, but give him $25,000 extra and call it a fundraiser.” – Former lobbyist Jack Abramoff - The people who really run the show, the puppet masters, derive their power from the private banking system. - “Give me control of a nation's money and I care not who makes it's laws" — Mayer Amschel Rothschild - Real change starts with YOU. Voting with your actions to support local, sustainable, and healthy businesses and ideas. Being the change you wish to see in the world. That is where the real revolution is happening. - “The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new.” -Socrates - To change the current reality you don’t work within its rules but instead make the existing system obsolete by creating something better. - “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” -Einstein - “Presidents are selected not elected.” -President Roosevelt
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mikkeneko: wadafuqreally: airyairyquitecontrary: spoopysalt: whisperoceans: this is fantastic now children in Puerto Rico wont be able to receive the education they deserve thanks to their messed up government Its even worse than that. I’m living through it. Not only are schools closing, hospitals are collapsing. Only around 9% of the island has electricity and it comes and goes at times. People are dying in hospitals because of lack of diesel for the generators, a lot of the water is now infected, there are disease outbreaks and scareceness of food. I am safe, but many are not. Some have water, others don’t. We need help. Sending money would be helpful but what would help even more would be sending water filters, filtering water bottles, food, medicine, if somehow possible diesel. All of you reblogging this news helps, but what we need is physical help. If you can’t, then spread the word, but God if you can send supplies… Please… PLEASE do. We are dying. Help us, help us save ourselves. Help us save our people. Help us save out ISLAND. If you’re not in a position to ship or transport useful items to the island (which is sure as heck the case for me in New Zealand) then the best thing you can do is give money to a reputable relief organisation operating in the area. Hispanic Federation UNIDOS fundraising page for Puerto Rico. Choose the fundraiser you want from the dropdown menu in the “Your Information” section (as you can see from the picture they have several). Save the Children’s Hurricane Maria fundraising page. Reblogging You know, every time Puerto Rico comes up I’m reminded of a comment my dad made in a discussion about it, in response to someone claiming that the PR situation is terrible but oh well, what can we do? They’re SO far away after all and the logistic problems are SO hard. He said, “When the Soviets blockaded the city of Berlin in 1948, America flew in to West Berlin enough supplies to keep the city going by airdrop for over a year. Puerto Rico today isn’t much bigger than Berlin was then, and America has grown immensely in wealth and power since that day. The problem isn’t lack of resources, it’s lack of will.” Nothing about what’s happening to Puerto Rico (and still happening) is inevitable in any way. This is deliberate. Don’t forget it. : A Los Angeles Times Times latimes Puerto Rico is closing 184 public schools amid the territory's economic crisis lat.ms/2q7Kfwr 5/6/17, 9:40 AM SinglePayer @puzzleshifter That's a funny way to spell, "Puerto Rico forced to close 184 public schools so US hedge fund owning politicians can cash in their stocks" The Associated Press Φ @AP Puerto Rico to close 184 public schools in move expected to save millions of dollars amid a deep economic crisis. apne.ws/ 2qljnA8 5/5/17, 10:26 AM mikkeneko: wadafuqreally: airyairyquitecontrary: spoopysalt: whisperoceans: this is fantastic now children in Puerto Rico wont be able to receive the education they deserve thanks to their messed up government Its even worse than that. I’m living through it. Not only are schools closing, hospitals are collapsing. Only around 9% of the island has electricity and it comes and goes at times. People are dying in hospitals because of lack of diesel for the generators, a lot of the water is now infected, there are disease outbreaks and scareceness of food. I am safe, but many are not. Some have water, others don’t. We need help. Sending money would be helpful but what would help even more would be sending water filters, filtering water bottles, food, medicine, if somehow possible diesel. All of you reblogging this news helps, but what we need is physical help. If you can’t, then spread the word, but God if you can send supplies… Please… PLEASE do. We are dying. Help us, help us save ourselves. Help us save our people. Help us save out ISLAND. If you’re not in a position to ship or transport useful items to the island (which is sure as heck the case for me in New Zealand) then the best thing you can do is give money to a reputable relief organisation operating in the area. Hispanic Federation UNIDOS fundraising page for Puerto Rico. Choose the fundraiser you want from the dropdown menu in the “Your Information” section (as you can see from the picture they have several). Save the Children’s Hurricane Maria fundraising page. Reblogging You know, every time Puerto Rico comes up I’m reminded of a comment my dad made in a discussion about it, in response to someone claiming that the PR situation is terrible but oh well, what can we do? They’re SO far away after all and the logistic problems are SO hard. He said, “When the Soviets blockaded the city of Berlin in 1948, America flew in to West Berlin enough supplies to keep the city going by airdrop for over a year. Puerto Rico today isn’t much bigger than Berlin was then, and America has grown immensely in wealth and power since that day. The problem isn’t lack of resources, it’s lack of will.” Nothing about what’s happening to Puerto Rico (and still happening) is inevitable in any way. This is deliberate. Don’t forget it.

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stilesisbiles: friendlyphantom: shychemist: bi-trans-alliance: A Christian Group Is Paying For Transgender People’s Surgeries To Atone For The Church’s Discrimination Transitioning is a varied process that differs from individual to individual, so it doesn’t always involve surgery. But when it does, those surgeries might not be covered by insurance and are often expensive, which is why a Christian group is encouraging church members to donate to help transgender people with surgery costs. Faithfully LGBT, an organization that seeks to share the stories of LGBTQ people of faith, has started a campaign called the Tithe Trans Campaign to raise money for the transgender community. The campaign takes its name from a practice in which some Christians donate a tenth of their earnings to the church. Faithfully LGBT is collecting donations to send to the Jim Collins Foundation, a non-profit organization that raises money to provide grants to cover gender affirming surgeries. (read more) Direct link to the crowdfunding campaign: Christians Give Your Tithe Towards Trans Surgeries So far they’ve raised 5% of their goal of $10,000. They have now raised 62% of their goal. Donate if you can, then reblog to spread it around. Got a lot of hate for this post (way more than usual) so I’d v much appreciate if y'all would reblog and donate. :): stilesisbiles: friendlyphantom: shychemist: bi-trans-alliance: A Christian Group Is Paying For Transgender People’s Surgeries To Atone For The Church’s Discrimination Transitioning is a varied process that differs from individual to individual, so it doesn’t always involve surgery. But when it does, those surgeries might not be covered by insurance and are often expensive, which is why a Christian group is encouraging church members to donate to help transgender people with surgery costs. Faithfully LGBT, an organization that seeks to share the stories of LGBTQ people of faith, has started a campaign called the Tithe Trans Campaign to raise money for the transgender community. The campaign takes its name from a practice in which some Christians donate a tenth of their earnings to the church. Faithfully LGBT is collecting donations to send to the Jim Collins Foundation, a non-profit organization that raises money to provide grants to cover gender affirming surgeries. (read more) Direct link to the crowdfunding campaign: Christians Give Your Tithe Towards Trans Surgeries So far they’ve raised 5% of their goal of $10,000. They have now raised 62% of their goal. Donate if you can, then reblog to spread it around. Got a lot of hate for this post (way more than usual) so I’d v much appreciate if y'all would reblog and donate. :)

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wadafuqreally: airyairyquitecontrary: spoopysalt: whisperoceans: this is fantastic now children in Puerto Rico wont be able to receive the education they deserve thanks to their messed up government Its even worse than that. I’m living through it. Not only are schools closing, hospitals are collapsing. Only around 9% of the island has electricity and it comes and goes at times. People are dying in hospitals because of lack of diesel for the generators, a lot of the water is now infected, there are disease outbreaks and scareceness of food. I am safe, but many are not. Some have water, others don’t. We need help. Sending money would be helpful but what would help even more would be sending water filters, filtering water bottles, food, medicine, if somehow possible diesel. All of you reblogging this news helps, but what we need is physical help. If you can’t, then spread the word, but God if you can send supplies… Please… PLEASE do. We are dying. Help us, help us save ourselves. Help us save our people. Help us save out ISLAND. If you’re not in a position to ship or transport useful items to the island (which is sure as heck the case for me in New Zealand) then the best thing you can do is give money to a reputable relief organisation operating in the area. Hispanic Federation UNIDOS fundraising page for Puerto Rico. Choose the fundraiser you want from the dropdown menu in the “Your Information” section (as you can see from the picture they have several). Save the Children’s Hurricane Maria fundraising page. Reblogging: A Los Angeles Times Times latimes Puerto Rico is closing 184 public schools amid the territory's economic crisis lat.ms/2q7Kfwr 5/6/17, 9:40 AM SinglePayer @puzzleshifter That's a funny way to spell, "Puerto Rico forced to close 184 public schools so US hedge fund owning politicians can cash in their stocks" The Associated Press Φ @AP Puerto Rico to close 184 public schools in move expected to save millions of dollars amid a deep economic crisis. apne.ws/ 2qljnA8 5/5/17, 10:26 AM wadafuqreally: airyairyquitecontrary: spoopysalt: whisperoceans: this is fantastic now children in Puerto Rico wont be able to receive the education they deserve thanks to their messed up government Its even worse than that. I’m living through it. Not only are schools closing, hospitals are collapsing. Only around 9% of the island has electricity and it comes and goes at times. People are dying in hospitals because of lack of diesel for the generators, a lot of the water is now infected, there are disease outbreaks and scareceness of food. I am safe, but many are not. Some have water, others don’t. We need help. Sending money would be helpful but what would help even more would be sending water filters, filtering water bottles, food, medicine, if somehow possible diesel. All of you reblogging this news helps, but what we need is physical help. If you can’t, then spread the word, but God if you can send supplies… Please… PLEASE do. We are dying. Help us, help us save ourselves. Help us save our people. Help us save out ISLAND. If you’re not in a position to ship or transport useful items to the island (which is sure as heck the case for me in New Zealand) then the best thing you can do is give money to a reputable relief organisation operating in the area. Hispanic Federation UNIDOS fundraising page for Puerto Rico. Choose the fundraiser you want from the dropdown menu in the “Your Information” section (as you can see from the picture they have several). Save the Children’s Hurricane Maria fundraising page. Reblogging

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ask-north-korea: ask-north-korea: ask-north-korea: ask-north-korea: ask-north-korea’s Refugee Fundraiser OOC;; Hello everyone! It’s been a few months since I’ve opened this blog and you guys have been more supportive than I could ever imagine. I’m really surprised by how many people have complimented me on my OC and the information on this blog. However, I said in the beginning that I wanted to do some tangible good, so I’m going to use this blog to try and do that now. As we go into the New Year, we can collectively help someone else get a new start. So, I’ve set up a Liberty in North Korea (LiNK) fundraising page, the link to which can be found in my blog description (sorry for not putting it here but tumblr won’t show posts with external links in the search!). Our goal is to raise $250 in two weeks! (so by Jan 8!) According to LiNK, $250 is what it costs them to “provide food, clothing, and other necessities during [a refugee’s] journey to safety.” If just 1/3 of the people following this blog donate $1, we can easily reach that goal. You can even donate anonymously if you don’t want your name shown on the page! I know people can be strapped for cash this time of year, so don’t feel bad if you can’t donate! You can still reblog this post to help more people see it! #you know what would be awsome#if the hetalia fandom decided to all raise money for NK refugees#and like everybody got into it#and we all helped out#that would be nice#probably not going to happen tho Tags via @cassy-cass-can but yes this is what I am going for! We’re still just a little under halfway to the goal. The hetalia fandom is smaller than it used to be but if we band together we can still do some good! It only takes a little pitching in from those who are able, even just a dollar! We’re now at $138.03, just over half way! Keep it up! Don’t forget to keep spreading this! We have until Jan 8th and we’re still hovering at that halfway point.: Lets raise $250 for North Koreon refvaees retvgees ask-north-korea: ask-north-korea: ask-north-korea: ask-north-korea: ask-north-korea’s Refugee Fundraiser OOC;; Hello everyone! It’s been a few months since I’ve opened this blog and you guys have been more supportive than I could ever imagine. I’m really surprised by how many people have complimented me on my OC and the information on this blog. However, I said in the beginning that I wanted to do some tangible good, so I’m going to use this blog to try and do that now. As we go into the New Year, we can collectively help someone else get a new start. So, I’ve set up a Liberty in North Korea (LiNK) fundraising page, the link to which can be found in my blog description (sorry for not putting it here but tumblr won’t show posts with external links in the search!). Our goal is to raise $250 in two weeks! (so by Jan 8!) According to LiNK, $250 is what it costs them to “provide food, clothing, and other necessities during [a refugee’s] journey to safety.” If just 1/3 of the people following this blog donate $1, we can easily reach that goal. You can even donate anonymously if you don’t want your name shown on the page! I know people can be strapped for cash this time of year, so don’t feel bad if you can’t donate! You can still reblog this post to help more people see it! #you know what would be awsome#if the hetalia fandom decided to all raise money for NK refugees#and like everybody got into it#and we all helped out#that would be nice#probably not going to happen tho Tags via @cassy-cass-can but yes this is what I am going for! We’re still just a little under halfway to the goal. The hetalia fandom is smaller than it used to be but if we band together we can still do some good! It only takes a little pitching in from those who are able, even just a dollar! We’re now at $138.03, just over half way! Keep it up! Don’t forget to keep spreading this! We have until Jan 8th and we’re still hovering at that halfway point.

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jollysunflora: wadafuqreally: airyairyquitecontrary: spoopysalt: whisperoceans: this is fantastic now children in Puerto Rico wont be able to receive the education they deserve thanks to their messed up government Its even worse than that. I’m living through it. Not only are schools closing, hospitals are collapsing. Only around 9% of the island has electricity and it comes and goes at times. People are dying in hospitals because of lack of diesel for the generators, a lot of the water is now infected, there are disease outbreaks and scareceness of food. I am safe, but many are not. Some have water, others don’t. We need help. Sending money would be helpful but what would help even more would be sending water filters, filtering water bottles, food, medicine, if somehow possible diesel. All of you reblogging this news helps, but what we need is physical help. If you can’t, then spread the word, but God if you can send supplies… Please… PLEASE do. We are dying. Help us, help us save ourselves. Help us save our people. Help us save out ISLAND. If you’re not in a position to ship or transport useful items to the island (which is sure as heck the case for me in New Zealand) then the best thing you can do is give money to a reputable relief organisation operating in the area. Hispanic Federation UNIDOS fundraising page for Puerto Rico. Choose the fundraiser you want from the dropdown menu in the “Your Information” section (as you can see from the picture they have several). Save the Children’s Hurricane Maria fundraising page. Reblogging Whoa wtf : A Los Angeles Times Times latimes Puerto Rico is closing 184 public schools amid the territory's economic crisis lat.ms/2q7Kfwr 5/6/17, 9:40 AM SinglePayer @puzzleshifter That's a funny way to spell, "Puerto Rico forced to close 184 public schools so US hedge fund owning politicians can cash in their stocks" The Associated Press Φ @AP Puerto Rico to close 184 public schools in move expected to save millions of dollars amid a deep economic crisis. apne.ws/ 2qljnA8 5/5/17, 10:26 AM jollysunflora: wadafuqreally: airyairyquitecontrary: spoopysalt: whisperoceans: this is fantastic now children in Puerto Rico wont be able to receive the education they deserve thanks to their messed up government Its even worse than that. I’m living through it. Not only are schools closing, hospitals are collapsing. Only around 9% of the island has electricity and it comes and goes at times. People are dying in hospitals because of lack of diesel for the generators, a lot of the water is now infected, there are disease outbreaks and scareceness of food. I am safe, but many are not. Some have water, others don’t. We need help. Sending money would be helpful but what would help even more would be sending water filters, filtering water bottles, food, medicine, if somehow possible diesel. All of you reblogging this news helps, but what we need is physical help. If you can’t, then spread the word, but God if you can send supplies… Please… PLEASE do. We are dying. Help us, help us save ourselves. Help us save our people. Help us save out ISLAND. If you’re not in a position to ship or transport useful items to the island (which is sure as heck the case for me in New Zealand) then the best thing you can do is give money to a reputable relief organisation operating in the area. Hispanic Federation UNIDOS fundraising page for Puerto Rico. Choose the fundraiser you want from the dropdown menu in the “Your Information” section (as you can see from the picture they have several). Save the Children’s Hurricane Maria fundraising page. Reblogging Whoa wtf

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Offset From Migos Gives $500,000 to Cancer Research -Blogged by: @RaquelHarrisTV ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ We've got another reason for you to love the Migos. Offset from Migos is teaming up with the American Cancer Society to launch a $500,000 fundraising campaign for cancer research. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ And it's not just for any reason. Offset's grandmother who died from cancer was his biggest inspiration to raise money for this important cause. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ "It was really tough losing my grandma to cancer and one of the hardest things I have dealt with in my life," Offset explained. "She motivated me to do my best and go for it; one of my biggest coaches." ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The American Cancer Society shared the news via social media in a post saying: ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ "Rapper Offset, of the chart-topping hip-hop trio Migos, is raising $500,000 for our organization," their Instagram post read. "He is honoring his grandmother by raising funds to help promote cancer prevention and access to care in underserved communities. In addition, money raised through this effort will also help fund an ACS Research Grant focused on bladder cancer research." ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ballerificcharity: Offset From Migos Gives $500,000 to Cancer Research @balleralert SAVE LIVES SOoK MA IM American Cancer Society Offset From Migos Gives $500,000 to Cancer Research -Blogged by: @RaquelHarrisTV ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ We've got another reason for you to love the Migos. Offset from Migos is teaming up with the American Cancer Society to launch a $500,000 fundraising campaign for cancer research. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ And it's not just for any reason. Offset's grandmother who died from cancer was his biggest inspiration to raise money for this important cause. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ "It was really tough losing my grandma to cancer and one of the hardest things I have dealt with in my life," Offset explained. "She motivated me to do my best and go for it; one of my biggest coaches." ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The American Cancer Society shared the news via social media in a post saying: ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ "Rapper Offset, of the chart-topping hip-hop trio Migos, is raising $500,000 for our organization," their Instagram post read. "He is honoring his grandmother by raising funds to help promote cancer prevention and access to care in underserved communities. In addition, money raised through this effort will also help fund an ACS Research Grant focused on bladder cancer research." ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ballerificcharity

Offset From Migos Gives $500,000 to Cancer Research -Blogged by: @RaquelHarrisTV ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ We've got another reason for you to love...

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This is your LAST chance to register & go skydiving on July 1 with @HumanAppeal! If you'd like to tick skydiving off your bucket list and support the World in Crisis campaign, (helping those in Syria, Somalia, Palestine, Iraq and Yemen) you must sign up asap! The registration fee is £70 and you have to fundraise £500. The skydive is in Brackley and travel will be provided to and from the centre via London, Manchester, Bradford and Birmingham. This skydiving challenge makes a great Eid gift, post-exam treat or just a fun weekend activity. Not to mention, you'll be helping countries that are destroyed in conflict. The rewards for raising money-donating during this month are multiplied in abundance. So please do get involved. If you're under 18, you need your parents permission. To those that have already signed up, all the best with your fundraising! 🙌🏻 To those wishing to go, tag your friends-family-squad below and make a thing out of it. To register, click the link in my bio, then click the second link under where it says My Story. Look forward to seeing some of you in July In'sha'Allah! 😁: SKY DIVE WITH ALI OFFICIAL This is your LAST chance to register & go skydiving on July 1 with @HumanAppeal! If you'd like to tick skydiving off your bucket list and support the World in Crisis campaign, (helping those in Syria, Somalia, Palestine, Iraq and Yemen) you must sign up asap! The registration fee is £70 and you have to fundraise £500. The skydive is in Brackley and travel will be provided to and from the centre via London, Manchester, Bradford and Birmingham. This skydiving challenge makes a great Eid gift, post-exam treat or just a fun weekend activity. Not to mention, you'll be helping countries that are destroyed in conflict. The rewards for raising money-donating during this month are multiplied in abundance. So please do get involved. If you're under 18, you need your parents permission. To those that have already signed up, all the best with your fundraising! 🙌🏻 To those wishing to go, tag your friends-family-squad below and make a thing out of it. To register, click the link in my bio, then click the second link under where it says My Story. Look forward to seeing some of you in July In'sha'Allah! 😁
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Alhamdulillah, day 1 of fasting begins and I want to remind everyone of those less fortunate than us. Over 2 billion people live in countries destroyed by conflict. These countries include Syria, Palestine, Iraq, Somalia and Yemen. Throughout Ramadan, I'll be raising money for these countries for @HumanAppeal's World In Crisis campaign and then on July 1, I'll be doing a charity skydive for this appeal. To those that are joining me, I wish you all the best with your fundraising. If you haven't joined and would like to go skydiving, you still can register. As this beautiful time of the year is upon us, the reward for giving during this month is multiplied abundantly. I urge everyone reading this right now to please make use of this blessing and kindly make a donation to this worthy cause. Your money will help provide food, clean water and medical supplies to these war-torn countries. There's no such thing as a small donation. Please click the link in my bio and give whatever you can afford to give. If you can, please tag some of your friends and family below and if they give, you too will share that reward In'sha'Allah. If you can't do that, please at least remember the less fortunate in your prayers. May Allah reward everyone who contributes in whichever way! Thank you 🙌🏻: (28 human appeal WORLD IN CRISIS EMERGENCY APPEAL More than 2 billion people live in countries destroyed by conflict Donate Now Alhamdulillah, day 1 of fasting begins and I want to remind everyone of those less fortunate than us. Over 2 billion people live in countries destroyed by conflict. These countries include Syria, Palestine, Iraq, Somalia and Yemen. Throughout Ramadan, I'll be raising money for these countries for @HumanAppeal's World In Crisis campaign and then on July 1, I'll be doing a charity skydive for this appeal. To those that are joining me, I wish you all the best with your fundraising. If you haven't joined and would like to go skydiving, you still can register. As this beautiful time of the year is upon us, the reward for giving during this month is multiplied abundantly. I urge everyone reading this right now to please make use of this blessing and kindly make a donation to this worthy cause. Your money will help provide food, clean water and medical supplies to these war-torn countries. There's no such thing as a small donation. Please click the link in my bio and give whatever you can afford to give. If you can, please tag some of your friends and family below and if they give, you too will share that reward In'sha'Allah. If you can't do that, please at least remember the less fortunate in your prayers. May Allah reward everyone who contributes in whichever way! Thank you 🙌🏻

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jujubiest: memeseverdie: When people are actually being rounded up and sent to concentration camps in this year of 2017 to be beaten and killed for who they are but that doesn’t matter because a fast food chain founded by people with different views than yourself has opened near your college campus  Listen up assholes, a) you can care about more than one thing at a damn time; these students caring about this issue doesn’t mean they care about literally nothing else. Actually, college students are often some of the most active when it comes to volunteer work, fundraising, and supporting social justice. Chances are these students all have at least one other cause they are heavily involved in supporting, if not more. And b) I went to a college that affiliated itself with Chik-Fil-A. T. Cathy was on the board of trustees and the company funded a scholarship at the school. And let me tell you, that fucker took every opportunity to let the LGBT students know that if it were solely up to him, none of us would be allowed. Recipients of that scholarship lived in separate dorms 3 miles from the main campus and had to sign really invasive “pure Christian living” pledges that, of course, included not being queer. They could literally lose funding for their education if they were found in violation of that pledge, on or off campus. That program was one of the biggest sources (if not THE biggest) of scholarship money at the school, and it explicitly excluded LGBT students. But it didn’t stop there. We–the rest of the student body–weren’t allowed to have a GSA for DECADES because of Cathy’s influence, leading to a lot of isolation for LGBT students and glossing over of hate crimes against them. In my senior year I was roommates with the president of the unofficial “LGBT support network.” We finally managed to get the administration to let us meet on campus at all (but not advertise in school event publications or access student organization funding). I saw a lot of shit during that time, including the school making up increasingly obvious bullshit excuses not to let us form an official student organization. My roommate had to have regular meetings with the dean of students–a responsibility shared by all other student organizations, even though we got none of the same benefits–and she used to panic before the meetings and cry after them. They were basically just a way to verbally and emotionally abuse her, keep us “in check,” and appear to be giving us special consideration all the while. And ALL of that shit led straight back to Cathy’s queerphobic ass. Don’t even get me started on the shady shit that went down within the scholarship recipients. Many of them were lovely people, but I swear every time something fucked up happened, it seems like it was someone from that goddamn program. Their shenanigans actually made national news at least once while I was there, painting the entire school in a terrible light. So these students have every reason to be concerned. I wouldn’t want that fucker and his shitty, over-hyped chicken anywhere near my school if I were them, not even in the most casual and seemingly innocuous way. Because he always find some way to bring his shitty views with him and spread them like a virus. !!!!!!: University's LGBT Students 'Fear' Arrival Of Chick-fil-A Some students at Pittsburgh's Duquesne University live in "fear of the amival of a Chick-fil-A fast-food restaurant to their college's food fair, Campus Reform reports. It's not about the chicken DAILYCALLER.COM Chechnya 'Opens First Concentration Camps For Gay M Chechen president's spokesman suggests region has no homosexual people. HUFFINGTONPOST.CO.UK I BY CHRIS YORK jujubiest: memeseverdie: When people are actually being rounded up and sent to concentration camps in this year of 2017 to be beaten and killed for who they are but that doesn’t matter because a fast food chain founded by people with different views than yourself has opened near your college campus  Listen up assholes, a) you can care about more than one thing at a damn time; these students caring about this issue doesn’t mean they care about literally nothing else. Actually, college students are often some of the most active when it comes to volunteer work, fundraising, and supporting social justice. Chances are these students all have at least one other cause they are heavily involved in supporting, if not more. And b) I went to a college that affiliated itself with Chik-Fil-A. T. Cathy was on the board of trustees and the company funded a scholarship at the school. And let me tell you, that fucker took every opportunity to let the LGBT students know that if it were solely up to him, none of us would be allowed. Recipients of that scholarship lived in separate dorms 3 miles from the main campus and had to sign really invasive “pure Christian living” pledges that, of course, included not being queer. They could literally lose funding for their education if they were found in violation of that pledge, on or off campus. That program was one of the biggest sources (if not THE biggest) of scholarship money at the school, and it explicitly excluded LGBT students. But it didn’t stop there. We–the rest of the student body–weren’t allowed to have a GSA for DECADES because of Cathy’s influence, leading to a lot of isolation for LGBT students and glossing over of hate crimes against them. In my senior year I was roommates with the president of the unofficial “LGBT support network.” We finally managed to get the administration to let us meet on campus at all (but not advertise in school event publications or access student organization funding). I saw a lot of shit during that time, including the school making up increasingly obvious bullshit excuses not to let us form an official student organization. My roommate had to have regular meetings with the dean of students–a responsibility shared by all other student organizations, even though we got none of the same benefits–and she used to panic before the meetings and cry after them. They were basically just a way to verbally and emotionally abuse her, keep us “in check,” and appear to be giving us special consideration all the while. And ALL of that shit led straight back to Cathy’s queerphobic ass. Don’t even get me started on the shady shit that went down within the scholarship recipients. Many of them were lovely people, but I swear every time something fucked up happened, it seems like it was someone from that goddamn program. Their shenanigans actually made national news at least once while I was there, painting the entire school in a terrible light. So these students have every reason to be concerned. I wouldn’t want that fucker and his shitty, over-hyped chicken anywhere near my school if I were them, not even in the most casual and seemingly innocuous way. Because he always find some way to bring his shitty views with him and spread them like a virus. !!!!!!
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