Tag: canada
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 127
Glenn Greenwald discusses the hawkishness of Hilary Clinton. Peter Van Buren discusses the destruction of Iraqi cities in order to “save” them. Ramzy Baroud discusses water being used as a weapon by Israel against the inhabitants of Palestine. Ben Ehrenreich discusses the Israeli occupation of Palestine. Jonathan Cook discusses Jewish Israeli Arabs and Israeli politics….
O plano canadense para regular os refugiados gays
O Canadá recentemente anunciou planos para abrigar 25 mil refugiados sírios o quanto antes. Contudo, nem todos os refugiados serão considerados. Homens adultos sem famílias serão excluídos. O Canadá acrescentou uma estipulação permitindo aos refugiados homens entrar no Canadá se forem gays. Homens gays e todas as outras minorias sexuais e de gênero enfrentam grandes…
Canada’s Plan to Regulate Gay Refugees
Canada recently announced plans to take in 25,000 Syrian refugees as soon as possible. However, not all refugees will be considered. Adult males without families will be excluded. Canada has added a stipulation permitting single male refugees to enter Canada if they are gay. Gay men and all other sexual and gender minorities face a…
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 102
Robert Parry discusses U.S. hypocrisy on bombing. John Feffer discusses modern day population transfers in the Middle East. Richard Falk discusses the situation in Yemen. Uri Avnery discusses Nasser. Michael Welton discusses Canadian foreign policy. Dan Sanchez discusses the recent bombing of an Afghan hospital. Roderick T. Long discusses banking freedom in ancient Athens. Lucy…
A controvérsia do Burger King: Uma defesa do regicídio
[O título deste artigo é um jogo de palavras com o nome da rede Burger King e com o regicídio, que significa o assassinato do rei (isto é, “king”).] O anúncio da compra da rede de fast food canadense Tim Hortons pelo Burger King e os novos planos da empresa de se mudar para o…
Canadian Immigration Authorities
I had my first experience with the Canadian state this week. The immigration authorities questioned me about my trip to Canada. One dicey moment was when the customs officer asked about whether I paid taxes or not. I replied that I only pay sales tax. I haven’t made enough money to pay income tax since…
Rise of the Indigenous Protest Movement: Idle No More and Native Liberty
Mike Reid: They are seeking a path back to autonomy and self-determination.
The Mark of the Police State
Darian Worden doesn’t like the sound of “Your papers, please.”
Free Markets & Capitalism?
Markets Not Capitalism
Organization Theory
Conscience of an Anarchist