Robert Reich: Why Unions Matter to You
I would recommend Richard D Wolff’s work and Noam Chomsky. Check out Michael Brook’s channel on Youtube. Yanis Varoufakis’ A Brief history of Capitalism and Ha-Joon Chang’s 23 Things about Capitalism are must reads; I would suggest using the library or a local bookstore rather than Amazon if you can. Read more
Obligatory video on “reverse racism” by Australian comic Aamer Rahman:
Thanks ... I guess I was right to begin with? Still doesn’t feel right, quirks of English eh?
“Smited” is wrong; it isn’t a word. Smitten or smote would have been better, though I guess “smitten” carries a sense of being struck with love. Maybe someone could kindly enlighten me on the correct use of past participle vs simple (?) past tense here.
I’ve got no interest in this movie (well, I shouldn’t say “no interest”; after all I did click on the link) but it was curious to see Les Twins and even Idris Elba in this.
The 1619 project collection of essays are really good reads but admittedly I have not read all because of the monthly limit for free access. They are so well written that I feel the essays themselves should be something that should be taught and analysed in schools and be part of national curriculum; we can all dream. Read more
I would urge one, if haven’t already, to go to local library and read Shock Doctrine by Naomi Klein and Manufactured Consent by Noam Chomsky