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wheretheflip:

A street in Jaisalmer (The Golden City)

wheretheflip:

A street in Jaisalmer (The Golden City)

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thecakesokay:

daisysnotebook:

This is a powerful image. It touches my heart for very obvious reasons.

Whoa.

thecakesokay:

daisysnotebook:

This is a powerful image. It touches my heart for very obvious reasons.

Whoa.

leptiir:

picturesofwar:

“An elderly Sri Lankan Tamil sits among the rubble of a village near Puthukkudiyiruppu on April 24, 2009.”
(PEDRO UGARTE/AFP/Getty Images)

It’s very sad how the Tamil minority is totally ignored by the media, the only attention they get is when the LTTE does something wrong. Many Tamil civillians have been killed in fact.

leptiir:

picturesofwar:

“An elderly Sri Lankan Tamil sits among the rubble of a village near Puthukkudiyiruppu on April 24, 2009.”

(PEDRO UGARTE/AFP/Getty Images)

It’s very sad how the Tamil minority is totally ignored by the media, the only attention they get is when the LTTE does something wrong. Many Tamil civillians have been killed in fact.

eviljohngreen:

did-you-kno:

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guys, China is seriously scary

eviljohngreen:

did-you-kno:

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guys, China is seriously scary

Source: did-you-kno

moniledebeaute:

Ile de Luzon. Métisses Tagalo-Chinoises. Portraits, 1870-1914. Photographe inconnu. Bnf.

moniledebeaute:

Ile de Luzon. Métisses Tagalo-Chinoises. Portraits, 1870-1914. Photographe inconnu. Bnf.

Source: moniledebeaute

PLEASE SHARE: Henry Kissinger is the American Pol Pot ⇢

Henry Kissinger Is The American Pol Pot

The War Criminal who engineered the the final stages of the US’s genocidal campaign against the people of Vietnam and Cambodia. It has been argued that his directives were responsible for as many deaths in Southeast Asia as the mass exterminations launched by Pol Pot. 
He was complicit in the success of many repressive and genocidal regimes, through both explicit and tacit diplomatic approval and both direct and covert material support, including:

  1. Records show that Kissinger verbally assured Indonesian dictator Suharto that he had full US support for brutally repressing the East Timor independence movement in 1975. The US continued to sell weapons illegally to the authoritarian regime until 1999.
  2. He also supported the Pakistani army’s atrocities in East Pakistan (Bangladesh). In 1971, the American Consul General to East Pakistan alerted both Kissinger and President Nixon to the genocide being committed by Pakistan under the command of dictator Yahya Khan. Kissinger, then Secretary of State, recalled the Consul, continued to pursue an alliance with Yahya and covertly supplied Pakistan with American weapons.
  3. He was an architect of Operation Condor, a transcontinental program of torture, surveillance and political repression. Organized in the United States in order to suppress political dissent and institute pro-US, authoritarian regimes of terror across Latin America, Operation Condor was the mechanism for the incarceration, deaths and disappearances of thousands.
  4. He did everything he possibly could to assist and propel Pinochet’s 1973 Coup against president Allende in Chile, leading to the wholesale abduction, torture, rape and murder of political activists. Kissinger said he would not allow Allende to be democratically elected president because “I don’t see why we need to stand by and watch a country go communist due to the irresponsibility of its own people.”

(We would also accept that Henry Kissinger is the American Hitler)

THIS WEBSITE IS A PROJECT OF HISTORY IS A WEAPON.

Source: historyisaweapon

decadentia:

water well in India

Chand Baori

decadentia:

water well in India

Chand Baori

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endilletante:

National Geographic “Ladakh - The last Shangri-la”, photographs by Thomas J. ABERCROMBIE, March 1978.

endilletante:

National Geographic “Ladakh - The last Shangri-la”, photographs by Thomas J. ABERCROMBIE, March 1978.

Source: endilletante

Source: flickr.com

mehreenkasana:

mycupofchai:

“put a bird on it”

Love everything about this photo.

mehreenkasana:

mycupofchai:

“put a bird on it”

Love everything about this photo.

Source: nerdball

ordinary-radical:


malformalady:

Bangladesh - Here is Sheema, 5 years old now, who was attacked with acid by her father, when she was only 10 months old, because he denied her as his child and wanted to kill her and her mother.  Acid Survivors Foundation of Bangladesh, rescued Sheema immediately after the attack and saved her life.

Still bootyfull tho bebeh :*

my heart right now 

ordinary-radical:

malformalady:

Bangladesh - Here is Sheema, 5 years old now, who was attacked with acid by her father, when she was only 10 months old, because he denied her as his child and wanted to kill her and her mother. Acid Survivors Foundation of Bangladesh, rescued Sheema immediately after the attack and saved her life.

Still bootyfull tho bebeh :*

my heart right now 

Source: malformalady


 In the May 1922 National Geographic magazine, this photograph was published with the caption: “Mongolian woman sentenced to death by starvation.”

In the May 1922 National Geographic magazine, this photograph was published with the caption: “Mongolian woman sentenced to death by starvation.”

Source: malformalady

landofoblivion:

fictionincarnate:

Helpful graphic is helpful.

Here’s a good chart

landofoblivion:

fictionincarnate:

Helpful graphic is helpful.

Here’s a good chart

Source: boabblog

scarligamerluss:

Jaan Pehechan Ho

frenchhistory:




Bataille de Diên Biên Phu, 13 - 17 mars 1954.
Description : Lors de la bataille de Diên Biên Phu, deux soldats regagnent un abri lors d’un bombardement.
Date : Mars 1954
Lieu : Indochine / Tonkin / Diên Biên Phu
Photographe : Camus Daniel / Péraud Jean
Origine : SCA - ECPAD
Référence : NVN-54-40-R57


@credits

The Battle of Điện Biên Phủ was the confrontation of the First Indochina War between the French Union’s French Far East Expeditionary Corps and Viet Minh communist-nationalist revolutionaries. The battle occurred between March and May 1954 and culminated on the 7th of May in a comprehensive French defeat that influenced negotiations over the future of Indochina at Geneva.

frenchhistory:

Bataille de Diên Biên Phu, 13 - 17 mars 1954.
Description : Lors de la bataille de Diên Biên Phu, deux soldats regagnent un abri lors d’un bombardement.
Date : Mars 1954
Lieu : Indochine / Tonkin / Diên Biên Phu
Photographe : Camus Daniel / Péraud Jean
Origine : SCA - ECPAD
Référence : NVN-54-40-R57

@credits

The Battle of Điện Biên Phủ was the confrontation of the First Indochina War between the French Union’s French Far East Expeditionary Corps and Viet Minh communist-nationalist revolutionaries. The battle occurred between March and May 1954 and culminated on the 7th of May in a comprehensive French defeat that influenced negotiations over the future of Indochina at Geneva.

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