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The website is dedicated to countering Empire. Some brief considerations about Empire are: Augustine recounts this story: “The king asked the fellow, “What is your idea, in infesting the sea?” And the pirate answered, with uninhibited insolence, ‘”the same as yours, in infesting the earth! But because I do it with a tiny craft, I’m called a pirate: because you have a mighty navy, you’re called an emperor[/President].” (St. Augustine, Concerning the City of God…

An Open Letter to Michelle Obama, October 13, 2016

 WN: A friend reminded me, in response to that below, that none of us in the first world is untainted vis à vis violence. Perhaps a bit like Tibetan Buddhists walking around while attempting to avoid stepping on ants... And with that taintedness is a bending at least towards hypocrisy and Pharisaism - which my friend also reminded me about. Sigh... So with that mea culpa, please read on! Dear Ms Obama: Your speech…

“Not Enough!” and International Restorative Justice

Colloquium on Violence & Religion (COV&R) Presentation, May 31 – June 4, 2006, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada When I finally decided to register to present a paper at my friend Vern Redekop's urging (he was the conference host), there was only a slot left under French language workshops. I immediately asked two bilingual colleagues about doing a "quickie" translation for me. Neither had the time (understandably!). When I arrived by noon at the conference site, I…

...the Philippines to put down the guerrilla resistance, and 4,000 never came home. It remains to be seen whether Iraq will cost thousands of <strong>American</strong> lives—and whether the <strong>American</strong> public...
...the Philippines to put down the guerrilla resistance, and 4,000 never came home. It remains to be seen whether Iraq will cost thousands of American lives—and whether the American public...
08 Feb 2018

Kipling, the ‘White Man’s Burden,’ and U.S. Imperialism

by John Bellamy Foster and Robert W. McChesney (Nov 01, 2003) photo above: The Moro Massacre (March 9, 1906): Phillipines - emblematic of the real meaning of "the white man's burden" WN: The "white man's burden" has ever been the white man's horror, or the white man's alibi, or the…

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