А если в кране нет воды -Воду выпили жиды.Беляев Константин Николаевич
A bit of a jumble, that headline, isn’t it? Now I have to explain it, which is quite a job.
Tucson Water Protectors are a nice bunch of well meaning folks, obviously located in Tucson, AZ, US of A. As they explain on their Facebook page:
Tucson community in solidarity with Standing Rock. Providing a platform of resistance for the intersection of ecological, social, and indigenous struggles.
Intersectionality: now this is a bit of a highbrow concept. Wiki does a good job, so I shall borrow a short passage from it:
Intersectionality (or intersectional theory) is a term first coined in 1989 by American civil rights advocate and leading scholar of critical race theory, Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw. It is the study of overlapping or intersecting social identities and related systems of oppression, domination, or discrimination. The theory suggests that—and seeks to examine how—various biological, social and cultural categories such as gender, race, class, ability, sexual orientation, religion, caste, age, nationality and other sectarian axes of identity interact on multiple and often simultaneous levels.
To make it simpler, here are a few real life cases:
Tentacles of the big Z: I hope it is self-explanatory to every person hungry for Social Justice, Equality and Freedom.
So now you shall clearly see how the good fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline came to the necessity of issuing this flier:
So there. Now you know how the things in this world are interconnected… sorry, intersectionalized. And this knowledge will make you free. Or not, as the case might be.
Now to explain that quote in Russian that mysteriously slipped into the masthead of this post. It is a popular in Russia quote from a comical song about The Jew being everywhere. The quote says: “If there is no water in the tap/The kikes drunk it.”
Yep. Water. Just like in “Tucson Water Protectors”, innit?
Here comes the song. Well, for those who grok Russian, of course.