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Citizens Concerned was created by Elle and Carlina, both young and very proud Americans. We do not support extremism of any kind. This blog is a way for our voices to be heard, and most importantly, spark hope and patriotism in the hearts of everyone who cares to read. Thank you all.

"[Elmadhy] posted a photo to Facebook Saturday of herself and another unidentified women defecating and menstruating on an Islamic State flag while in the nude, in what appears to be a protest against the Islamist terror group’s recent advances in northern Iraq and Syria

Aliaa Magda Elmahdy did not specify why she posted the photo, though past controversies, such as a 2011 incident in which she posed in only stockings and red shoes for her blog — to protest against Egypt’s conservative culture — suggest that she was opposing the Islamic State terror group’s brutally restrictive and misogynistic ideology.

In the image, the 23-year-old feminist is seen facing the camera, while the other woman, dressed in a black hijab, has her back towards the viewer. Two presumably plastic machine guns are in the background, and the veiled woman is holding up her middle finger. The letters IS are inscribed on Elmahdy’s stomach and on the second woman’s bottom.”

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anarchei:

No Spanking
Note: There is a more recent version of this poster available.
I was inspired by MoralAnarchism to make this poster, somewhat based on another poster I reblogged not too long ago. See this tag for more information.

anarchei:

No Spanking

Note: There is a more recent version of this poster available.

I was inspired by MoralAnarchism to make this poster, somewhat based on another poster I reblogged not too long ago. See this tag for more information.

(via moralanarchism)

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For those that believe government is necessary.
—Shared by Elle.

For those that believe government is necessary.

—Shared by Elle.

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Amateurs rob banks; professionals run banks.
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Stefan Molyneux

What a beautifully poetic and philosophical argument against coercion, as a whole.

—Shared by Elle.

No nation could preserve its freedom in the midst of continual warfare.
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James Madison

Think about this.

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