Zimbabwe and Pan-African Liberation

September 9, 2006 at 2:23 am (anti-oppression, anti-racism, anti-sexism)

“An integral part of any genuine social justice movement or revolution is the empowerment of the working class, the women in society and the youth.”

“A practical reason is that most of this Left works through non-profit organizations or NGOs. And because most get their funding from, either their government, a corporate foundation, or some rich individual(s) with no interest in seriously challenging the system or world order, the West has effectively co-opted the Left by funding its activities. They then are torn between biting the hand that feeds them — that is, speaking complete truth to power — or acquiescing to merely an acceptable level of protest against them by speaking only select truths to power.”


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