Tag Archives: Slavoj Zizek
Four years after Julian Assange passed through the gates of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, asking for asylum, people from all over the world join their voices in order to ask that this unbelievable persecution is brought to an end.
“But I want to introduce a caveat. I think it is a mistake to simply focus on the militarization of the police and their racist actions in addressing the killing of Michael Brown. What we are witnessing in this brutal killing and mobilization of state violence is symptomatic of the neoliberal, racist, punishing state emerging […]
On the need for inner tranquility in order to avoid authoritarianism By Werner de Gruijter, Truthout | Opinion 15 March 2014 (Photo: Anne Roberts / Flickr) The preamble of the US Constitution contains this prodigious message: “We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for […]
Not to be missed! Today Amy Goodman in London interviewed Julian Assange along with Slovanian philosopher and cultural specialist Slavoj Zizek, author of Living in the End Times. This interview covers many areas, including current politics and foreign policy, the media, secrecy in government and so much more. Due to technical limitations, WAMMToday is unable […]