As I stated earlier, Hamilton College canceled the speaking appearance of Ward Churchill. As CNN is now reporting, it wasn't simply becuase too many people didn't want anyone to hear what he had to say, but because the college received credible death threats--against Churchill and college officials. Who's the terrorist now?


Blogger Tulip  said...

How sad is it, that these individuals, felt they had to threaten someones life in order to suppress this man from speaking.

Thursday, February 03, 2005  

Anonymous Anonymous  said...

I am the first to believe in Freedom of Speech but first it has to be intelligient and it can't be at the expense on another human being. Accoring to the rest of this person's articles - it seems that nothing in life that anyone does is of any good.

John Zerzan Essays:
Against technology
Age of grief
Anarchy After September 11
City Of Light
Division of Labor
Future Primitive
Future Primitive Update
Globalization and It's Aplogists: An Abolitionist Perspective
"Hakim Bey" postmodern "Anarchist"
How Ruinous Does It Have To Get?
The Imperialism of Everyday Life
It's All Coming Down!
The Mass Psychology of Misery
New York, New York
Number: It's Origin and Evolution
One wouldn't buy in
Organized Labor versus "The Revolt Against Work"
Postscript to Future Primitive
Rank-and-File Radicalism within the Ku Klux Klan of the 1920s
Running On Emptiness
Star Trek
Time and it's discontents
Tonality and the Totality
We all Live in Waco
What Ails Us
What is Anarchism?
Who is Chomsky?
Whose Unabomber
Worse and worse
Youth and Regression in an Infantile Society
Zerzan and Media: An Ignominious Tale

Interviews with John Zerzan
Enemy of the State, an interview with John Zerzan - By Derrick Jensen
You May Be an Anarchist -And Not Even Know It - By Derrick Jensen, The Sun May 15, 2001
Interview With Zerzan - By John Filiss

Thursday, February 03, 2005  

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