I had the privilege of interviewing Rawahuddin Arif Shah, an imam in East London, recently, and I have published the interview as part of the Blogging Carnival for Nonviolence. Click here to listen to it.
Anti-government protests in Venezuela that seek regime change have been led by several individuals and organizations with close ties to the US government. Leopoldo Lopez and Maria Corina Machado- two of the public leaders behind t
They left the Revolution because they thought that capitalism would be better for them. Now, all they want is to return to Cuba! Conceding the power of propaganda, the Cuban who was aginst the Revolution before he was for it, now only wants to g
by Megan Cornish ~ December 2012 ~ ~ Let’s consider. The forest of laws keeping minor parties off U.S. ballots just keeps thickening; all the major media act like alternative candidates don’t exist; and the price tag for being seen as any kind of “seri
Just days after U.S. made Israeli F-16’s bombed homes and buildings in Gaza, verbal bombs have been launched at the West Bank – Palestine’s other half – for daring to go to the UN to try to gain a stepping stone to statehood.
I have a question as we move forward. People who read the Reparations Listserv know that I have serious questions as to whether Reparations can be achieved via the political process. As I have attempted to make c
I strongly disagree with those African commentators who have swallowed western propaganda and are only dwelling on Col. Gadaffi's real and perceived dirty deeds, completely ignoring his pivotal role in the liberation in South Africa in particular a
There was a Congressional Hearing for White Jews on their European Holocaust but none for the US Slave Trade that was an enterprise in Black human beings out of Africa, in which, even the White Jews took part. This heinous and barbaric enslavement
H.E. Jean Ping, mentioned in his new book, Africa Will Shine Brighter than a Thousand Flames, that Africa is in danger of "being colonized again" by the West in the post-Cold War period, and many African countries fear that their former exploiters ar