refactortactical:

RE Factor Tactical

"In war, there are no unwounded soldiers."

refactortactical:

RE Factor Tactical

"In war, there are no unwounded soldiers."

I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I needed to be. — ― Douglas Adams (via psych-quotes)

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Life is not a PG feel-good movie. Real life often ends badly. Literature tries to document this reality, while showing us it is still possible for us to endure nobly. — ― Matthew Quick (via psych-quotes)
I am the sea and nobody owns me. — Pippi Longstocking (1997)

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…but there they lay, sprawled across the field, craved far more by the vultures than by wives. — ― Homer (via psych-quotes)

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War could bond men like a magnet, but like a magnet it could repel them, too. The things they saw, the things they did. Sometimes they just wanted to forget. — ― Mitch Albom (via psych-quotes)

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maxlibertarios:

militiamedic:


10 Corporations Control Nearly Everything You Buy, 6 Media Corporations Control Nearly Everything You Read or Watch
Ten mega corporations control the output of almost everything you buy; from household products to pet food to jeans. 
According to this chart via Reddit, called “The Illusion of Choice,” these corporations create a chain that begins at one of 10 super companies. You’ve heard of the biggest names, but it’s amazing to see what these giants own.  
Here are just a few examples: Yum Brands owns KFC and Taco Bell. The company was a spin-off of Pepsi. All Yum Brands restaurants sell only Pepsi products because of a lifetime deal with the soda-maker. 
$84 billion-company Proctor & Gamble — the largest advertiser in the U.S. — owns companies that produce everything from medicine to toothpaste to high-end fashion. P&G reportedly serves a whopping 4.8 billion people around the world with their products.
Nestle — famous for chocolate, but which is the biggest food company in the world — owns shampoo company L’Oreal, baby food giant Gerber, clothing brand Diesel, and pet food makers Purina and Friskies. 
Unilever, of soap fame, produces everything from Q-tips to Skippy peanut butter. 
And it’s not just the products you buy and consume, either. In recent decades, the very news and information that you get has bundled together: 90% of the media is now controlled by just six companies, down from 50 in 1983, according to a Frugal Dad infographic from last year.

Illusion of choice. Applies equally to voting.

"Without government, who will stop monopolies?"

maxlibertarios:

militiamedic:

10 Corporations Control Nearly Everything You Buy, 6 Media Corporations Control Nearly Everything You Read or Watch

Ten mega corporations control the output of almost everything you buy; from household products to pet food to jeans. 

According to this chart via Reddit, called “The Illusion of Choice,” these corporations create a chain that begins at one of 10 super companies. You’ve heard of the biggest names, but it’s amazing to see what these giants own.  

Here are just a few examples: Yum Brands owns KFC and Taco Bell. The company was a spin-off of Pepsi. All Yum Brands restaurants sell only Pepsi products because of a lifetime deal with the soda-maker. 

$84 billion-company Proctor & Gamble — the largest advertiser in the U.S. — owns companies that produce everything from medicine to toothpaste to high-end fashion. P&G reportedly serves a whopping 4.8 billion people around the world with their products.

Nestle — famous for chocolate, but which is the biggest food company in the world — owns shampoo company L’Oreal, baby food giant Gerber, clothing brand Diesel, and pet food makers Purina and Friskies. 

Unilever, of soap fame, produces everything from Q-tips to Skippy peanut butter. 

And it’s not just the products you buy and consume, either. In recent decades, the very news and information that you get has bundled together: 90% of the media is now controlled by just six companies, down from 50 in 1983, according to a Frugal Dad infographic from last year.

Illusion of choice. Applies equally to voting.

"Without government, who will stop monopolies?"

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fy-perspectives:

Stretched by Spaceman 

fy-perspectives:

Stretched by Spaceman 

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Who lives longer? The man who takes heroin for two years and dies, or a man who lives on roast beef, water and potatoes ‘till 95? One passes his 24 months in eternity. All the years of the beefeater are lived only in time. — ― Aldous Huxley (via psych-quotes)

operatorsgonnaoperate:

"War is an ugly thing, but not the ugliest of things. The decayed and degraded state of moral and patriotic feeling which thinks that nothing is worth war is much worse."- John Stuart Mill.

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