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Today Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela Passed Away At 95 From a Long Illness

Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela passed away today, Dec 5 2013, and knowing how liberals and western media are going to rush in to appropriate, water down, and obfuscate his radical politics and legacy, I wanted to post this in honour of … Continue reading

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Russell Brand vs. Jeremy Paxman on Newsnight 2013 [Full Interview]

The Left is now a movement led by clowns and fools; from Jon Stewart to Stephen Colbert, and now to Russell Brand. This may not be such a bad thing, seeing that in literature it was often the fool that … Continue reading

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Not the Usual Ford Story

We had heard stories and rumours about stuff like this coming out of the West end. Some of us had even tried to pin it down and couldn’t. But wow, this is grimy, even for the Teflon Don of Toronto … Continue reading

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The Big Picture from Arundhati Roy One thing I admire about Arundhati Roy is her ability to provide an overall description of the Machiavellian and complex system of exploitation that is India in a clear and concise manner. This is … Continue reading

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Post-Colonialism Vs. Marxism; Say It Isn’t So!

Here is a bit of an academic dust-up between Terry Eagleton, one of the leading figures of academic Marxism and Marxist literary critique, and Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, one of the leading theoreticians for Post-Colonial theory. I’m a little torn up … Continue reading

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