It would be wonderful if the [Vietnam] war were critically studied and its glorification subjected to massive public opposition combined with teach-ins, multimedia presentations, marches, and demonstrations. These could be directly tied to the interminable and deadly war on terror and the ongoing conversion of the United States into a police state.Read more . . .
So this morning we have a “revelation” EU officials are discussing the reports that the Maidan snipers were not sent by Yanukovich but that they were insurgents firing on both sides.Read more . . .
I’ve been asked to speak about “Public Power in the Age of Empire.” I’m not used to doing as I’m told, but by happy coincidence, it’s exactly what I’d like to speak about tonight. (Transcript of full speech by Arundhati Roy in San Francisco, California on August 16th, 2004)Read more . . .
Reestablishing A Paleo-Marxist Critique of Capitalism and Imperialism A Response by Joshua Blakeney to Professor Richard Falk’s article: “A Few Notes on WHAT IS LEFT” By Joshua Blakeney Graduate Student University of Lethbridge Overcoming Postmodernism It is important … Read more . . .
“Responsibility to Protect” Humanitarian Neo-colonialism: Framing Libya and Reframing War by F. William Engdahl 4 May 2011 http://www.voltairenet.org/article169705.html The war on Libya is perceived by F. William Engdahl as a major test case for the new “responsibility to protect” doctrine, … Read more . . .
The killing of Osama bin Laden: Obama’s “historic moment” World Socialist Web Site, May 4, 2011 Of all the images that have emerged from the morally unclean events of Sunday night, the most politically significant and, one has reason to … Read more . . .
Why they wanted him dead, not alive The killing of Osama bin Laden Workers World Published May 3, 2011 9:13 PM http://www.workers.org/2011/editorials/why_they_wanted_him_dead_0512/ Why? Why did the U.S. government do it this way? Since the beginning of organized deadly warfare, when … Read more . . .