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Malik Shabazz

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    New Africa
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  1. Hey comrade. Message me later. I like your posts.

  2. I think the "extremism" represents the current political climate worldwide. The fact of the matter is that people are pissed about the state of our society, and the more they are antagonized by society, the further they are pushed into extremes. Even folks like Hereno and Biohazard, before they disappeared, became more radical than they were when I was Loki which surprised me. The climate here when I came back, vs. when I was Loki, was completely different.
  3. The upcoming elections have reminded me of something, something that is evident to most people in the world, except, for whatever reason, Americans: The American culture and ethos, for the past 40 years, has been based on selfishness (or its PC-term, "individualism") and neo-liberalism, the misguided belief that rich and powerful people can somehow solve all of our problems, and therefore we must protect and defend them at all costs, with Trump being the clear example. Trump's appeal is that he is a rich man who owns his own company, so that automatically means that he knows how to run a count
  4. I'm starting to get into it too. I'm trying to read Seneca next. I think Stoicism is a very good philosophy for life.
  5. -From The Enchridion. by Epitctetus, Chapter 9 http://www.ptypes.com/enchiridion.html
  6. "It is the characteristic of privilege and of every privileged position to kill the mind and heart of men. The privileged man, whether politically or economically, is a man depraved in mind and heart."

     

    -Mikhail Bakunin

  7. $%&@ Polar and Non Grata

  8. On the road to true peace and happiness. Cutting off people you don't need and/or mean you no good will give you a much more happier life. In addition, not reading people's whiny statuses will make you much happier. Trust me. "Misery loves company." It's a proven fact that depression and angst are both contagious. Having done some meditation, I came to the conclusion that my own depression partly stemmed from hearing other people talk about their problems. I've come to find that the less you have, the happier you are. I'm much happier with the small circle I have, than the 200+ friends who
  9. "I could feel his muscle tissues collapse under my force. It's ludicrous these mortals even attempt to enter my realm." -Mike Tyson

  10. Well I don't consider CN, or any other online game, to be social media. I'm speaking more in terms of Facebook, twitter, and the like.
  11. "If you quit—quitting will become easier and easier for the rest of your life." Osman Minkara

  12. "It takes wisdom to build a house, and understanding to set it on a firm foundation." -Proverbs 24:3

  13. Delete all of your social media (Facebook, Twitter). Just do it. I would make a hypothesis say about 85% of those 500+ friends of yours are people you don't, and will never talk to IRL. So you basically log on everyday to read about what's going on in the personal lives of people you probably don't care about. Not only that, but Facebook is depressing in general. Whether it's somebody you went to high school with dying, or whatever tf is going on in the world right now, you don't need it. It's not good for you. I didn't realize how much Facebook affected my emotional health until I finally
  14. If Young Margrave don't trust ya I'm gon shoot ya

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