Iconoclash

i·con·o·clash (ī-kŏn'ə-klăsh)

1. To collide loudly and harshly against against a dogmatic symbol.

2. Documenting the destruction within a culture of the religious icons and other symbols or monuments, usually for religious or political motives.

3. A conflict, as between opposing or irreconcilable conventions.

4. A tumblr feed for those who get off on these kind of things.
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Occupying everything… even The North Pole. Cheap and submissive labor doesn’t come as easy nowadays…

In Seattle, police pepper-sprayed an 84-year-old activist, Dorli Rainey.
Seattle police spokesman Jeff Kappel wrote on the department’s blog that pepper spray was only used against those “engaging in assaultive behavior toward officers”. He told the Associated Press he had no details on the incident with Ms Rainey.

In Seattle, police pepper-sprayed an 84-year-old activist, Dorli Rainey.

Seattle police spokesman Jeff Kappel wrote on the department’s blog that pepper spray was only used against those “engaging in assaultive behavior toward officers”. He told the Associated Press he had no details on the incident with Ms Rainey.

The symbol of the police state exercising control over the weak is always quite powerful. This image is taken from Occupy Phoenix. Regardless of people disagreeing with each other, the menacing way authority tends to act sends a clear message to everyone: “Be good! And by being good we mean play by our biased rules that leave everyone uneducated and impoverished.” 

Occupy Emerald City! Everyone has a demand…

Eddie Colla’s anonymous image has become quite popular in the Occupy movement.

Have you transfered your funds already from Bank Of America/Wells Fargo/Chase? Local banks and credit unions do more to develop communities and are more easily held accountable than these giants who continue abusing everyone under the premise that the public is too lazy to do anything about it. Well, it is only a matter of time until people realize that moderately-sized businesses give better service.

Master Of Degrees, Shackled In Debt. This is a nice image that relates the educational system in the United States to being in jail. The rage against the fact that the United States is one of those few Western countries where a good education is not available to most people is starting to gain momentum. 

Eddie Colla’s collage “Here’s to the heroes.”

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Police Fire Tear Gas at Occupy Protesters in Oakland

Calvin & Hobbes explained Wall Street corruption years before the recent market collapse happened.

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