Monday, December 17, 2018
States’ Rights in the United States —the hallmark of American apartheid society championed by descendants of the Confederacy — includes both the right to enslave other human beings, as well as the right to legislate discriminatory codes that violate their human rights. In Texas, these heirs of the Deep South code of bigotry have joined 25 other US states in enacting Zionist laws that forbid public employees from boycotting the apartheid State of Israel. This constitutional showdown over free speech and the right to assemble — building pressure since the Reagan administration — is about to explode over these states requiring teachers to sign a Pro-Israel oath.
To learn more about American Zionism, see Bringing on the Apocalypse.
Wednesday, December 05, 2018
Words From A Bear--the film documentary about Pulitzer Prize-winning Kiowa author and poet Navarro Scott Momaday--debuts at Sundance 2019.
Monday, December 03, 2018
Jeunesse v Trudeau
Environnement Jeunesse--an environmental youth group based in Montreal--has filed suit against the Government of Canada on behalf of all citizens of Quebec under the age of 35 for its failure on climate change. Accusing Prime Minister Trudeau of selling out to protect the oil industry, spokesperson Catherine Gauthier observes, "People under 35 will suffer the severe consequences."