Gentleman's Republic

This is a blog dedicated to the life, likes, and loves of the civilized gentleman.

There is a taboo on telling the truth about Palestine and the great destructive force behind Israel. Only when this truth is out can any of us be free.

—Edward Said (via circularfire)

(Source: johnpilger.com, via falastinianheart)

downinantiquity:

Muhammad Ali (January 17, 1942 —) is one of the most famous boxers of all time. His conversion to Islam and draft evasion conviction surrounded him with controversy and even exile from boxing for three years. Despite the hiatus, his quick reflexes and strong punches helped Muhammad Ali become the first person in history to win the heavyweight champion title three times. At the lighting ceremony at the 1996 Olympics, Muhammad Ali showed the world his strength and determination in dealing with the debilitating effects of Parkinson’s syndrome.

downinantiquity:

Muhammad Ali (January 17, 1942 —) is one of the most famous boxers of all time. His conversion to Islam and draft evasion conviction surrounded him with controversy and even exile from boxing for three years. Despite the hiatus, his quick reflexes and strong punches helped Muhammad Ali become the first person in history to win the heavyweight champion title three times. At the lighting ceremony at the 1996 Olympics, Muhammad Ali showed the world his strength and determination in dealing with the debilitating effects of Parkinson’s syndrome.

(via heavyweights)

thighetician:

kingjaffejoffer:

But that’s none of my business

All kind of stones being hurled around these glass houses

Motherfuckers trying to take a moral high ground should always be scrutinized the shit out of.

(via zanmbawu-taka)