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Radical Relationality (Part Three)

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I started this out by stating that we should embrace the radicalism of which we are accused.  Having first seen the contours of the hegemonic violence of Monotheism’s spread throughout the world in its earlier incarnations, and then described the conditions of that same severance and violence through Capitalist expansion, we should start to wonder precisely why it is that those who insist upon gods who really-exist should be called radical at all. 3,109 more words

Gods And Mortals

How the New Zealand Public Have Been Duped: Something to Consider in Election Year

“Great then is the good fortune of a state in which the citizens have a moderate and sufficient property; for where some possess much, and the others nothing…a tyranny may grow out of either extreme. 2,619 more words


Inequality for blacks and other minorities still exists socially and politically due to the inherent nature of our Democracy and the Capitalist system.

Attribution to Michael Rodriguez for the inspiration and guidance.  All references are available by request. Image attribution to the www.nydailynews.com 

Essay #3

Effective black politics has come to a dead end.  1,268 more words


Dad and Me and the Communist Spies

Today I learned something. It’s about something that happened to me about 40 years ago. I was 18 and went to see my dad. He was in his barn, tending to his favorite cow. 1,262 more words


His Master's Voice

A free copy of DOX Magazine that I picked up at this summer’s Flaherty Film Seminar reintroduced me to the work of Nicolas Philibert. I had seen and enjoyed  542 more words


Culture: the building blocks of society. Capitalism: the seeds of tolerance?

Economic inequality! it’s in the News. Ferguson, Missouri is the stage. On display are the cultural and economic tensions of our divided America. how did we become divided? 838 more words


Six decades later, how many of the original Fortune 500 companies have stayed at the top?

As for man, his days are as grass: as a flower of the field, so he flourisheth.

For the wind passeth over it, and it is gone; and the place thereof shall know it no more. 62 more words