For The Real News, I spoke on Election Day to indigenous lawyer and activist Pam Palmater about the failure of the Trudeau government to keep its promises to First Nations and the possibility that the election would result in a government that is more respectful of indigenous rights:
In 2014, the Canadian polling firm EKOS asked respondents whether they agreed with the following proposition:
If the current patterns of stagnation among all except those at the very top continue, I would not be surprised to see the emergence of violent class conflicts.
The Green Party of Canada declares that it “begins with the basic premise that all life on the planet is interconnected.”
This week, on CKUT FM’s Under the Oliver Tree, I discussed the Trudeau government’s efforts to facilitate the theft of Palestinian land by Israeli settlers:
Yesterday, at the People’s Mobilization Against the U.S. War Machine in New York City, I spoke with Margaret Kimberley of Black Agenda Report about the complicity of the Trudeau government in America’s crimes. Continue Reading ›