After we agree that there are adults and children on earth, that argument gets slippery...very slippery, and that's putting it a nice way, let's not even talk about the threat of a disciplinary society...thoughtcrime!
There's a place i visited in Houston, TX (yeeha...) called "The Proletariat"- didn't really notice anything other than the name, but better than totally put on nonsense. Also went to a place in Cambridge, MA called "The People's Republic"- that was much cooler
Interesting to see that Gillez Deleuze was so taken with the Palestinian landlessness-- It does provide quite the graphic imagery to complement the otherwise peculiar language of "territorial flows" and "deterritorialized reterritorializations" that you see elsewhere. In truth, however, these...
The worst kind of journalism is when you turn a political situation into a series of human interest stories. This is laudatory nonsense, excusing its own bias by placing much of the aggravating rhetoric in all-too transparent quotations.
seem? That's mighty generous. I think this was siezed on as pretense because it makes a fantastic media war when you've got a couple faces of these poor Israeli children (soldiers) who've been kidnapped by swarthy Arabs.