Where’s the content of zhonglι caring for daughter/son reader 😔
Where’s the content of zhonglι caring for daughter/son reader 😔
Lrb kae!!! Κaeya!!!!
Hey! Just a quick reminder that Cinco de Mayo is not widely celebrated in Mexico, nor is it Mexican Independence Day. Cinco de Mayo commemorates the Mexican army’s victory in a battle against the French in 1862, in what is known as the Battle of Puebla, and it is only celebrated… well, in Puebla and in the US by white people who would probably yell at me to go back to my country if they ever caught me speaking Spanish in their presence.
Now if y’all still want to honor Mexico in this day, you might not be aware of the train that collapsed on Mexico City during the night on May 3th due to governmental negligence, which left several people gravelly injured and some people sadly passed away. They were all working class, and they don’t have the resources to pay their medical bills, and the government is not being helpful at all with their situation. Here’s an article about it and how you can help.
yesterday, line 12 of the Mexico City subway collapsed, 23 people have been found dead, 65 people have been hospitalized and there are some that have not yet been found.
this was not an accident, it was a negligence, the authorities had been notified about the conditions of the structure of the subway was located, however, they decided to avoid it and ignore the situation.
and now thanks to them, many people who were just tired of working and trying to get home are missing or even worse, dead. we as mexicans demand a fair trial. because politicians are always absolved of their crimes and the victims of their negligence deserve justice.
here is the link to donate to the Mexican Red Cross for those who have the means to do it.
here is a link to a carrd explains not only this situation, but what’s also happening in the rest of latin america as well.
please donate if possible and use your platform to share as many resources as you can, this post will be updated !! feel free to add on if you have more links to donate or other ways that people can help.
This is a thread in Instagram that’s being updated as events unfold, but here’s the gist: The right wing government of Ivan Duque wants to pass a tax reform that would increase taxes on public services, base food items, and gas on top of a pandemic that has blown a huge hole in the economy already. They’re trying to make up for a deficit in the govt’s budget, as if they haven’t been buying war planes and traveling on the govt’s money.
The strike has been ongoing for the past three days with the police and ESMAD (anti-riot police) killing and harming protesters. Alvaro Uribe Velez, ex-president of Colombia, and basically the man that controls the current political party in power, asked the cities to be militarized bc of the “vandalism” and even twitted encouraging the police to shoot protesters and use whatever force they needed to maintain public order. (The twit was taken down but the asshole posted another video defending it).
The president has not scratched the new tax reform as of today May 1st, though he amended it to exclude some of the main points people were protesting about, and still maintains the military in the streets.
Please, please, spread the word and keep Colombia in your thoughts. The situation in the country has steadily gotten worse since this president took power with around 22 social leaders assassinated by February 2021 and the government not doing anything, as well as doing what they can to shred the peace accords with the FARC.
UPDATE MAY 3RD: The president has withdrawn the tax reform but there’s still a healthcare reform that would fuck up the system way more than it already is, basically privatizing most services. The Minister of Finance resigned and the president said that it would hold meetings to implement a new reform with input from the citizenry and opposition, however, the people invited to the meetings he held today were from his own party and allies.
Police brutality has been off the charts with around 940 cases reported from last Wednesday to this past Sunday.
There’s another National Strike scheduled for Wednesday May 5th.
PLEASE SHARE AND SPREAD THE WORD
Here are some sources (some of them are in Spanish):
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Id make a chart of which characters are Functional Gay and Disaster Gay in κny but like. Shinobυ is the only one w/ her shit (seemingly) together, and every bisexual character in this series is at least a bit chaotic
Lrb, is it time to mention again that i like calling d.ouma “Sundae”? 😭💓
I just wanna share something that has been happening recently in my country that just warms my heart.
So in the Philippines, the national government has been handling the pandemic horribly. Contact tracing is decentralized, implementation of travel restrictions were delayed (which could’ve helped curb the spread earlier), absurd restrictions have been imposed (which gave way for police to abuse their power against quarantine violators, who were usually out for essentials) –all the while killing activists, spreading disinformation and implementing a law that targets critics of the administration and our freedom of speech. (and also putting ₱389-million pesos worth of dolomite sand on Manila Bay in the middle of the pandemic which could’ve been used to feed millions). Oh and as of writing, we are tallying up to 9,000-10,000 cases daily.
That being said, millions of low-income households around the country are struggling to put food on the table. Government payouts per household (which goes as far as ₱1,000- 8,000 pesos/$20-160 depending on your wages) are not enough to sustain months of lockdown and no income.
Tired of witnessing inaction, a local woman named Patreng Non made a makeshift pantry right outside her community in Quezon and named it the “Maginhawa Community Pantry”. The rule was simple. It simply wrote “Magbigay ayon sa kakayahan, kumuha batay sa pangangailangan.”
(translation: “From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs”)
The pantry gained traction, and after that, donations started pouring in from local farmers, fishermen and other regular folks
First Photo: Patreng Non refilling the community pantry
Second Photo: Local fishermen about to donate 50 kilos surplus of fish
Third Photo: Cardboard saying: “Free sweet potatoes from the farmers of Paniqui, Tarlac”
Fourth Photo: Tricycle drivers helping repack donations received
Fifth Photo: Current pantry with signages designed by local students
There was no panic, no hoarding, and people only took what they needed and left. Soon enough, community pantries started to pop up in different provinces.
This pantry and the nurturing community behind it has done more for the community in a week than what the government has done for the Filipino people in months.
Patreng Non is being red tagged as an NPA member which equates to being a terrorist under the new anti-terror law. The Maginhawa Community Pantry is currently on halt because of this issue. Please help and report any social media accounts the spreads false accusations.
Please continue spreading + supporting this. Even a dollar can go a long way! ($1= ₱50 )
People who started these initiatives in their own communities are currently being profiled/red-tagged (called communists for apparently helping people out??) online by the police whilst being heavily surveilled on site because it blatantly shows the government’s ineptitude in handling the crisis.
Actually how do people give their s/is names from their languages? If i give mine anything too similar to my language i die /lh
girl tumblr tells me im following 39 accounts but i can only see 32,,, what