Fuck Off And Die

A woman attacks a nazi in a demonstration in Växjö, 1985 (Sweden). She was a Polish woman who had been in a concentration camp during the second world war. Minutes later, thousands of anti-nazis chased the nazis away

A woman attacks a nazi in a demonstration in Växjö, 1985 (Sweden). She was a Polish woman who had been in a concentration camp during the second world war. Minutes later, thousands of anti-nazis chased the nazis away

polarbearclub:

Check out an acoustic version of Pawner we did with our pals @hurley

vai-la:

vai la aterrorisar seus sobrinhos
@fuckingdesire

vai-la:

vai la aterrorisar seus sobrinhos

@fuckingdesire

artattoo:

body modifications do not change a person’s education, much lessthe feelings …. but people keep pointing the finger …  THIS IS ART BITCHES!!
people = shit.
Reblog.

artattoo:

body modifications do not change a person’s education, much lessthe feelings …. but people keep pointing the finger   THIS IS ART BITCHES!!

people = shit.

Reblog.

Confirmado no ROCK IN RIO: Minha ausência.
A lot of what gets that popular, that all these people get into, when I listen to it, it sounds like lay-down-and-die music, the music of defeat. U2 is a band a lot of people get very emotional about, but that’s music for people that have lost the will to fight. I hear U2 music and I think, ‘Look at that guy at Red Rocks waving the white flag.’
Henry Rollins, on U2 and the Live at Red Rocks concert film, in Spinner. (via)