Reblog via Lisa Melton

Hey, if you're the type of person that can start typing a reply to an argument, then decide that actually it's not worth bothering with and delete the reply, I want you to know:

You're doing fantastic, and you should be proud of yourself. I wish more people had that kind of restraint.

Reblog via Ghost of Media Studies, Assed

How to describe Kissinger, according to major news organizations:

BBC: “sometimes controversial”

Reuters: “diplomat and Nobel winner”

CNN: “a dominating and polarizing force”

Politico: “America’s most famous diplomat”

NBC News: “former US Secretary of State”

NYT: “shaped Cold War history”

Wall Street Journal: “helped forge US Policy”

AP News: “ex-secretary of state”

CNBC: “towering American diplomat”

ABC News: “former secretary of state and presidential advisor”

France 24: “giant of statecraft”

The Hill: “American dipolomat”

Washington Post: “shaped world affairs under two presidents”

NPR: “…” [updated to: “legendary diplomat and foreign policy scholar”]

COWARDS. All of you. THIS is a headline:

Rolling Stone: “War Criminal Beloved by America’s Ruling Class”