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the-fury-of-a-time-lord:

"We will sing to you, Doctor. The universe will sing you to your sleep. This song is ending. But the story never ends."

ooooooooh i actually like this a LOT

#so many amazing men and women of colour portraying one character through the ages #why couldn’t we have this?

I find this to be REALLY dumb on numerous levels. The reason Doctor Who is great is because of the actors, white though they were. If you wanna go off and start your own show that’s wonderfully imaginative and highly addictive that runs for 50 years, then by all means, go ahead.
But Doctor Who is a man, and the guy(s) who invented Doctor Who wanted it to be that way. Re-appropriating this character isn’t constructive, it’s tearing down another human beings work and saying “This isn’t as legitimate because it’s a white dude playing this character.”

Am I gonna get called a racist? Probably.
Am I a racist? No. Fuck you.
The point being, someone else made Doctor Who, a bunch of white guys made Doctor Who. It was THEIR PROJECT. IT’S NOT YOUR VEHICLE FOR DIVERSITY.  IT’S WHATEVER THEY WANT IT TO BE. The fact that Doctor Who is a white male is only the symptom of a problem. People of color were not and are not properly represented in modern media. It’s not Doctor Who’s fault he’s a white guy, but you can’t change that. Come up with a better show, come up with a DIFFERENT SHOW.

Politically, the idea that people would want to change a property, or desire change within a property because of the skin color of the protagonist is disgusting, come up with your own.

How can someone be so obtuse? Is Doctor Who not a being that supposedly transcends race and gender? Portraying this character as a different crusty white man each time goes against this very principle. And yes, you are racist.

EVERYONE POINT AT ayn-randroid AND LAUGH. HAHAHAHA WHAT A DUMBASS HAHAHA 

And you do realize that the creator of Doctor Who wanted a female Doctor?

When the original series was struggling with ratings in the 1980s, the show’s creator, Sydney Newman, wrote a letter to BBC One Controller Michael Grade, admonishing the state of the show. He called for a temporary return of Patrick Troughton, who played the Second Doctor, before metamorphosing The Doctor into a female incarnation – a Time Lady.

So if The Doctor has the ability to regenerate into a woman, The Doctor could also regenerate into a person of colour as well. It would have been much more imaginative to have this iconic character transcend race and gender, especially since The Doctor is meant to transcend time itself. 

There’s no reason Doctor Who can’t be diverse yet still authentically English, especially if it wants to last another fifty years.

Can we talk about how ANGRY a FANCAST that someone only made for fun this jackass got? 

Yes, you are being racist. Reexamine yourself.

Beautiful fancast.
Ignore the racist.

LOOK AT HOW BEAUTIFUL THIS IS

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Story of Palestine Gaza!!

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Serendipity saying it how it is

(Dogma, 1999)

Always reblog Dogma.

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don’t be fuckin rude

This hurts my soul

Omg

Bless the last kid tho.

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harboua:

This country is such a fucking joke. Did you know that if we were to divide the income in this country fairly it would be about 300,000 per person. That’s annually. You could give each person in this country 100,000 and still have enough to invest in infrastructure and research. Instead we have people who don’t have water, don’t have their basic human rights fulfilled, because they don’t have enough to pay a bill. 

Capitalism is inhumane.

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8 Types of Excuses We Make and How to Overcome Them

r20s:

There is that old adage that states, “If there is a will, there is a way.” A combination of learned experience, passion and hardwork is needed to succeed in life. Here I define success as being able to survive the ongoing struggles amidst the hustle and bustle of daily life. Excuses…

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Have you ever saw someone pretty as all hell from afar, but couldn’t see their face?

the struggle

I just died

I thought you was my cousin lol

The names they were calling out lmao

She scared me lol I wasn’t expecting her to have no face.

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Frederick Douglass said he prayed for 20 years and when nothing changed he starting praying with his legs. He started acting on what he wanted to change instead of just praying about it. 

Black people can commit to coming together every week for worship but we can’t commit to coming together to plan, organize , and mobilize to better our communities? All that prayer and yet Black people have the worst problems. Prayer isn’t enough. When will we get it? 

Many of the problems we face today are ROOTED from oppression. You have systems constantly at work to exploit and destroy black folks globally and we think that all we have to do is pray about it. This type of thinking is part of the reason for lack of advancement for people of the African Diaspora. Before you get upset, unfollow, or attempt to justify why yo ass in church every sunday think about what I am saying with a clear head.  Can YOU dedicate one day a week to help fix your community like you do church or the Mosque? Priorities…

Peace! 

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#sancophaleague #church #mosque

Indeed, black people can go to church once a week and meet up for service to praise God, but won’t come together to organize programs or even discuss how to improve their community. We must be active in our community to fully be uplifted.

This post is everything

johnnythemizfit:

sheisnneka:

sancophaleague:

Frederick Douglass said he prayed for 20 years and when nothing changed he starting praying with his legs. He started acting on what he wanted to change instead of just praying about it.

Black people can commit to coming together every week for worship but we can’t commit to coming together to plan, organize , and mobilize to better our communities? All that prayer and yet Black people have the worst problems. Prayer isn’t enough. When will we get it?

Many of the problems we face today are ROOTED from oppression. You have systems constantly at work to exploit and destroy black folks globally and we think that all we have to do is pray about it. This type of thinking is part of the reason for lack of advancement for people of the African Diaspora. Before you get upset, unfollow, or attempt to justify why yo ass in church every sunday think about what I am saying with a clear head. Can YOU dedicate one day a week to help fix your community like you do church or the Mosque? Priorities…

Peace!

Post made by @solar_innerg

#sancophaleague #church #mosque

Indeed, black people can go to church once a week and meet up for service to praise God, but won’t come together to organize programs or even discuss how to improve their community. We must be active in our community to fully be uplifted.

This post is everything

allabitfuzzy:

I’m not sure I didn’t reblog this once before, a long while back, but I still just love it.

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Takahiro Iwasaki - Reflection Model: Perfect Bliss (2010-12) - Japanese cypress and wire

Scale replica of the Byodo-In, a 10th-century temple near Kyoto

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