by Badri Raina First published in People’s Democracy, September 30, 2007 Epigraph “I am one of the unemployed, but if I was in India, I would say the same thing that Mr Gandhi is saying.” (A Lancashire mill worker to Gandhi, 1931)
So at the request of an anonymous commenter (thanks again!) in this blog, I went and read Bruce Levine’s “Commonsense Rebellion”. I saw, next to it on the shelf a book I’d picked up in 2000 but not really read, Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson’s “Against Therapy”. It is good to discuss them together.
And while we’re on the subject of Canada’s disgraceful treatment of indigenous people, try this article I just published on Shawn Brant’s case. I don’t think Shawn or Sue know who I am, but I remember hearing them speak in Toronto in the spring of 2001 before the Quebec City anti-FTAA protests, being much impressed […]
With only eleven abstaining and 143 in favor, it’s great to see the anglophone settler solidarity against indigenous rights, isn’t it? Thanks guys. ——– UN General Assembly backs indigenous peoples’ rights Thu Sep 13, 5:07 PM UNITED NATIONS (AFP) – The UN General Assembly on Thursday adopted a non-binding declaration upholding the human, land and […]