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Category: Artby - Jay Taber

Crimes Against Humanity

April 22, 2015

As Cory Morningstar reported in 350: Agent Saboteur, the April 2010 World People’s Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth, held in Cochabamba, Bolivia, was the first…

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Selling Hate for Empire

April 11, 2015

Dissident Voice examines the Seven Steps of Highly Effective Manipulators–Avaaz, Purpose, and the New York Times.

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Human Right to Dominate

April 6, 2015

Amnesty International, like Human Rights Watch, has become a tool of American empire. Supporting US and NATO invasions, Amnesty International has become part of the non-profit industrial complex fifth column…

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Azawad: A Stateless Democracy

January 14, 2015

In To Make a World, Part II: The Art of Creating a State, Jonas Staal observes that in contrast to the mass-performance of the French, which was staged to reinforce…

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Indigenous Nations of the World

November 17, 2011

In his article in Indian Country Today, Duane Champagne discusses the continuity and persistence of indigenous cultures and commitments to their own political forms. Recounting the evolution of nation states…

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Official notice evidence of discrimination against Tibetans after protests

October 12, 2008

   Official notice evidence of discrimination against Tibetans after protests International Campaign for Tibet October 8th, 2008 Following nearly six months of protests across the Tibetan plateau since March, there is increasing evidence…

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Preventing Elitism

September 9, 2008

It is perfectly natural that elites — those with special gifts and achievements — will rise to prominence. When these gifted people exercise noblesse oblige, they should be celebrated and…

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Collective Punishment

January 21, 2008

I remember the shocking real-time film from the siege of Sarajevo, as well as the attendant world outrage that led to UN and NATO engagement with Serbia. Reading yesterday’s post…

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In Their Best Interests

January 19, 2008

In Living the Brand, a new article from the International Journal of Communication, Melissa Aronczyk of NYU offers an account of the strategies involved in the production of culture through…

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Human Shield

January 15, 2008

Presently reading The Heart of the Sky, Peter Canby’s account of his travels among the Maya of Chiapas and Guatemala, I was disturbed this morning to read in the news…

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Chief George Manuel Memorial Indigenous Library

The library is dedicated to the memory of Secwepemc Chief George Manuel (1921-1989), to the nations of the Fourth World and to the elders and generations to come.

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