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An Small Excerpt From TDM T.A.'s Latest History Paper

Imperialism can relate to colonization by comparing the colonies and land-grabs of the empires of the old world to the westward expansion and island acquisitions of America and the new world. 443 more words

America

Surreality

                          Surreality

A restless night with sweat-soaked sheets,

conjures images of blood-filled streets and pain.

Cetaceans mourn for humanity

as dogs howl at a blood-red moon, which all too soon… 621 more words

Capitalism

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The Tuesday List: Imperialism, Boo

So this week is that favorite of holidays in the  U.S., Thanksgiving.  I say favorite because, of course, it’s predicated on the successful colonization of the North American Continent by mainly Puritan immigrants from the U.K., and therefore kind of a shitty thing to be celebrating.  630 more words

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The Leviathan Will Always Live

     In James Cameron’s film Avatar humans are able to leave their bodies and form their spirits into a Na’vi body. When the film begins we see that the United States military has come to the land of Pandora in search for precious substances that are native to this land. 380 more words

Leviathan

Why Are We Helping Saudi Arabia Destroy Yemen? by Ron Paul

If, when you were a kid, you saw the school bully beating up some defenseless kid, and you took the bully’s side, then you’re applauding the Saudi effort in Yemen. 345 more words

Foreign Policy

Michael Parenti: Capitalism vs. Reality (2015)

with Michael Parenti
Writer, Dandelion Salad
November 20, 2017

anti-imperialism on Oct 31, 2017

Springfield, Illinois, 6th October 2015.

This took ages to upload and the audio might be a bit loud or quiet at some points, sorry.

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Politics

Development Work as Another Form of Imperial Intervention?

Jule Lenzen | November 20, 2017

The Western World seems to be notorious in the way it constantly tries to ‘help’ so-called ‘under-developed countries’. Often, I can’t help thinking that this way of behaving is simply an echo of colonial motifs and imperialist ideas, still at work in our world today. 739 more words

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