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Silencing the United States as It Prepares for War

John Pilger takes apart the liberal commentariat and points to the need for a genuinely anti-imperialist analysis of Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, and yes — Bernie Sanders.

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Current Affairs

Harold Pinter: The Theatre of Menace

Harold Pinter: The Theatre of Menace – Smock Alley, Dublin

Writer: Harold Pinter
Reviewer: Laura Marriott

PurpleCoat Theatre Company begins their annual visit to Dublin’s Smock Alley Theatre this May with the… 505 more words

Theatre

Bruce Davidson, London, 1960.

© Bruce Davidson; courtesy Magnum Photos and ROSEGALLERY, Santa Monica.

D.S.: In 1960, the young American photographer Bruce Davidson made a lengthy trip around England and Scotland. 658 more words

London Types

I never think of myself as wise. I think of myself as possessing a critical intelligence which I intend to allow to operate. – Harold Pinter http://ift.tt/1XdY9Wg

Harold Pinter

He belongs of course, ultimately, to a secret society, a conspiracy, of which there is only one member: himself. In that sense, and in a number of others too, he is a malefactor; a lunatic; a deserter; a conscientious objector; a guttersnipe; a social menace and an Antichrist.

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Quotes

The Caretaker

The Caretaker begins with an altruistic act: Aston invites Davies into his room, after rescuing him in a fight. Davies describes the fight: he was in the right, and gave a reasonable account of himself- these are pitiful attempts to deceive. 459 more words

Criticism

Walk Of Fame Inductees - April 2016

To check the dubious reasoning behind these posts, check the original here:

https://carlosnightman.wordpress.com/2015/05/14/walk-of-fame-a-celebration-of-heroism/

In this new series of posts I’ll be selecting a Star at random from every decade (who was born in that decade) starting from the 1880s up until the 1990s to be interred in this land of magic and wonder, who will for ever more see their name set in stone far beyond the places where Gods dare to tread. 959 more words

Walk Of Fame