https://americanaffairsjournal.org/2018/11/the-left-case-against-open-borders/?fbclid=IwAR3NeHdXQkjLF4qU_W-qPHqgTMFjpYrW7DTkiuHQyt1o5TMiKMZEMlyRzh4 Adapted and Abridged from Angela Nagle's article "The Left Case Against Open Borders," published in American Affairs, Winter 2018 / Volume 2, Number 4) The transformation of open borders into a position of the "left" is a very new phenomenon and goes against the history of the organized left in a fundamental... Continue Reading →
What can I say? Reality hurts. It hurts me that something that affects the vast majority of the female population in any and every country to a greater or lesser extent is ignored, minimized, or misinterpreted. It hurts me to be told that by sharing my experiences, which along with those of many others are... Continue Reading →
“Some things scratch the surface while others strike at your soul.” ― Gianna Perada
When one becomes an anarchist he does not fling explosive cocktails at common people. She does not don black attire, incite riots, or write anarchist cookbooks with recipes on burning buildings. It is true that one can be anarchist and commit trouble galore, but that is not the case on the whole. Modern anarchists are generally peaceful and pensive. They resemble most everyone and sport similar excitations, interests, hobbies, appetites, and other humanly behaviors. They simply vie for social and political change. They just want to be free.
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I've recently read several articles that had the same underlying theme: cultural appropriation. Since I feel I don't really understand the meaning of this expression, I took the time to look it up in the dictionary. Cultural appropriation: the act of taking or using things from a culture that is not your own, especially without showing that you understand or respect this culture (Cambridge University Dictionary) Cultural appropriation, at... Continue Reading →