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  • Sex and Relationship Group Therapy, with the Comedy [09.04.03]
    Except for being very very funny, Daniel Packard has little in common with the typical stand-up comedian. While he covers relationships, sex, pleasure and bliss, religion, Vancouver arts audiences, and gender roles, identity and orientation, he has no need to mock such predictable stand-up targets as Surrey mullethead whores and promiscuous West End gays; nor do we. [This appeared in the Peak, SFU's Student Newspaper, on 09.15.03.]

    Donít Ignore Quiet Americans [03.05.03]
    A politically-oriented review of The Quiet American and The Recruit. The Quiet American is an extraordinarily important movie to see if youíre at all concerned about peace in the world and George W. Bushís oily war machine. [An abbreviated version appeared in the Peak, SFU's Student Newspaper, on 03.17.03.]

    Is George W. Bush a Moron or a Poet? [11.22.02]
    Wednesday this week: the big W comments on his status as a poet while Chretien's press secretary uses the word moron. Who's right? [This article also appears at Vancouver's IndyMedia Site.]

  • BC

  • Rogue Teachers [04.29.04] Blog!
    Demonizing public school teachers, a favorite hobby of the neocon Province newspaper, based on a statistical sample of less than 1/20th of 1% of teachers who have been disciplined in the last year. Must...keep...the...public...scared...of...public...services. Whew!

    BCHealthCare Newspaper's Visual Rot [12.04.03]
    This week's BCHealthCare newspaper has visually disingenuous graphics that mislead the public. Don't let them dupe you.

    Communitarians Versus Individualists: Competing Ethics [11.28.03]
    Examining the greed motive of individualists perpetrating a neo-liberal strip of communitarian social contract values in BC under Gordon Campbell's Liberal goverment.

    A West Coast Tbilisi?: Electoral Reform in BC [11.25.03]
    Proportional representation will help only somewhat in restoring a democratic deficit in BC. Perhaps the Georgians can teach us a lesson.

    Worse than the Mushy Middle [11.23.03]
    Carole James, the new leader of the BC New Democratic Party, may not be who the province needs to disgorge Gordon Campbell's neo-conservative disease from our land.

    Generational Shift: From Oppositional to Cooperative Justice [11.19.03]
    Looking at land claims and aboriginal sovereignty through a generational lens.

    Who's Judging? [09.22.03]
    Complaining about forest fire victims seeking government aid contributes to the hyper-individualism that is destroying our social contract and interdependent society. [This appeared in the Peak, SFU's Student Newspaper, on 09.22.03]

  • Canada

  • The Conservative Party Loves the Dalai Lama? [04.23.04] Blog!
    The luxury of being in the opposition allows Harper's gang of spiritual progressives to slam the government who isn't doing more to recognize the Dalai Lama's relevance in the world. As if Harper would if he were prime minister.

    The Pendulum Dialectic: Enacting the Paradigm of Human Security [04.02.04]
    Examining the ideals of human security and humanitarian intervention by examining ideology that has develop since the end of the Cold War and comparing it to realpolitik imperatives and Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs.

    Generational Shift: From Oppositional to Cooperative Justice [11.19.03]
    Looking at land claims and aboriginal sovereignty through a generational lens.

    Balancing on the Knife Edge of Abortion Policy [11.19.03]
    By no means my last word on abortion policy in Canada.

    The Myth of Canadian Judicial Tyranny [10.05.03]
    Judicial review as a means to offest the tyranny inherent in Canada's parliamentary fused executive and legislature.

    Seeking A Reformed Senate for a Legitimate Legislative System [10.05.03]
    A pipedream of senate reform.

    Securing our Persons: the Charter's Role in Our Liberty [09.10.03]
    The Charter of Rights and Freedoms, along with other global rights documents, may be an essential tool in fighting to retain representative democracy and individual rights against global corporate imperialism's "free" trade deals.

    Afghanistan, September 11, 2002 and Land Mines [11.28.02]
    Afghanistan signs the Ottawa Convention banning anti-personnel mines on September 11, 2002 while Iraq, Israel and the USA (and 46 others) still have not. [This article also appears at Vancouver's IndyMedia Site.]

    Is George W. Bush a Moron or a Poet? [11.22.02]
    Wednesday this week: the big W comments on his status as a poet while Chretien's press secretary uses the word moron. Who's right? [This article also appears at Vancouver's IndyMedia Site.]

    Canadians Against Biological Weapons [11.18.02]
    While the big W is swimming in Iraqi bloodlust, Canadians, Australians and New Zealanders promote the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention as a vehicle for ridding the world of abhorrent weapons. [This article also appears at Vancouver's IndyMedia Site.]

  • Commons/Community

  • The US Navy: Champions of Earth Day [04.23.04] Blog!
    The ecological footprint of the US Navy makes me shudder. I do not look to them to help me celebrate Earth Day.

    The Pendulum Dialectic: Enacting the Paradigm of Human Security [04.02.04]
    Examining the ideals of human security and humanitarian intervention by examining ideology that has develop since the end of the Cold War and comparing it to realpolitik imperatives and Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs.

    Who's Judging? [09.22.03]
    Complaining about forest fire victims seeking government aid contributes to the hyper-individualism that is destroying our social contract and interdependent society. [This appeared in the Peak, SFU's Student Newspaper, on 09.22.03.]

  • Corporations

  • Dasani Tap Water and Advertisements of Quality [05.13.04] Blog!
    Dasani's ads celebrate their intense water filtering process...except in London two months ago: they merely filled bottles with tap water, then marked up that cost by 300,000%.

    Michael Moore and Disney: a Symbiotic Relationship? [05.06.04] Blog!
    Corporate censorship of Michael Moore. Predictable? Good for everyone? How cynical do you want to get?

    Forget the Tiger, There's a Hussein in Your Tank [12.14.03]
    Our complicity in the USA's perpetual support of Saddam Hussein, made more poignant by the regime's pompous boasting upon their success in capturing him.
  • Education

  • Rogue Teachers [04.29.04] Blog!
    Demonizing public school teachers, a favorite hobby of the neocon Province newspaper, based on a statistical sample of less than 1/20th of 1% of teachers who have been disciplined in the last year. Must...keep...the...public...scared...of...public...services. Whew!

    Just Forget About It [03.10.03]
    SFU's too-uncritical embrace of Nike's sponsorship of their athletics program is an insult to the school, its students and those Nike exploits around the planet. [This appeared in the Peak, SFU's Student Newspaper, on 03.10.03.]
  • Fair Trade

  • Fair Trade Organizations: Building a Global Counter-Hegemony that Supports Human Dignity [02.23.04]
    The fair trade movement has great potential to improve people's lives in the majority world, but it won't reform the systemic exploitation of global capitalism. Re-forming the WTO to enforce ILO conventions may do more for more people in the long run.
  • Gender

  • Fair Trade Organizations: Building a Global Counter-Hegemony that Supports Human Dignity [02.23.04]
    The fair trade movement has great potential to improve people's lives in the majority world, but it won't reform the systemic exploitation of global capitalism. Re-forming the WTO to enforce ILO conventions may do more for more people in the long run.
  • Genetics

  • Frankenfood or Global Famine Solution: Addressing GMOs in Austria and New Zealand [11.20.03]
    Banning, labeling or promoting GMOs in Austria's context in the EU and in New Zealand's attempt to stay green.

  • Global Corporate Imperialism

  • The Saudis, Oil and Re-electing w.Caesar [05.10.04] Blog!
    Will w.Caesar's Saudi buddies follow through on their promise to increase oil production to decrease prices to spur the US economy to get w.Caesar re-elected?

    Michael Moore and Disney: a Symbiotic Relationship? [05.06.04] Blog!
    Corporate censorship of Michael Moore. Predictable? Good for everyone? How cynical do you want to get?

    Fair Trade Organizations: Building a Global Counter-Hegemony that Supports Human Dignity [02.23.04]
    The fair trade movement has great potential to improve people's lives in the majority world, but it won't reform the systemic exploitation of global capitalism. Re-forming the WTO to enforce ILO conventions may do more for more people in the long run.

    Frankenfood or Global Famine Solution: Addressing GMOs in Austria and New Zealand [11.20.03]
    Banning, labeling or promoting GMOs in Austria's context in the EU and in New Zealand's attempt to stay green.

  • Human Rights

  • Beheadings [05.12.04] Blog!
    In a world where w.Caesar drifts and ambles past proportional response, will revenge beheadings stop at one?

    Why We Should REALLY Fear the United States of America [05.06.04] Blog!
    Why the United States opposes the International Criminal Court: to reserve the right to commit atrocities into the future.

    Rumsfeld Apologizes for Abuse of Iraqi Prisoners...No Wait, He Doesn't [05.05.04] Blog!
    Days before Rumsfeld actually apologizes and takes responsibility, a Pentagon press release first report him apologizing, then retract the claim. I guess they wanted to spin the apology more before setting it free.

    The Conservative Party Loves the Dalai Lama? [04.23.04] Blog!
    The luxury of being in the opposition allows Harper's gang of spiritual progressives to slam the government who isn't doing more to recognize the Dalai Lama's relevance in the world. As if Harper would if he were prime minister.

    The Pendulum Dialectic: Enacting the Paradigm of Human Security [04.02.04]
    Examining the ideals of human security and humanitarian intervention by examining ideology that has develop since the end of the Cold War and comparing it to realpolitik imperatives and Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs.

    Generational Shift: From Oppositional to Cooperative Justice [11.19.03]
    Looking at land claims and aboriginal sovereignty through a generational lens.

  • Labour

  • Fair Trade Organizations: Building a Global Counter-Hegemony that Supports Human Dignity [02.23.04]
    The fair trade movement has great potential to improve people's lives in the majority world, but it won't reform the systemic exploitation of global capitalism. Re-forming the WTO to enforce ILO conventions may do more for more people in the long run.
  • Media

  • Dasani Tap Water and Advertisements of Quality [05.13.04] Blog!
    Dasani's ads celebrate their intense water filtering process...except in London two months ago: they merely filled bottles with tap water, then marked up that cost by 300,000%.

    George Monbiot's Career Advice for Idealistic Journalists and Those Who Want to Shake the World [05.08.04] Blog!
    Journalism and idealism without selling out or paying your dues.

    Michael Moore and Disney: a Symbiotic Relationship?
    [05.06.04] Blog!
    Corporate censorship of Michael Moore. Predictable? Good for everyone? How cynical do you want to get?

    Rumsfeld Apologizes for Abuse of Iraqi Prisoners...No Wait, He Doesn't [05.05.04] Blog!
    Days before Rumsfeld actually apologizes and takes responsibility, a Pentagon press release first report him apologizing, then retract the claim. I guess they wanted to spin the apology more before setting it free.

    Rogue Teachers [04.29.04] Blog!
    Demonizing public school teachers, a favorite hobby of the neocon Province newspaper, based on a statistical sample of less than 1/20th of 1% of teachers who have been disciplined in the last year. Must...keep...the...public...scared...of...public...services. Whew!

    BCHealthCare Newspaper's Visual Rot [12.04.03]
    This week's BCHealthCare newspaper has visually disingenuous graphics that mislead the public. Don't let them dupe you.

    Donít Ignore Quiet Americans [03.05.03]
    A politically-oriented review of The Quiet American and The Recruit. The Quiet American is an extraordinarily important movie to see if youíre at all concerned about peace in the world and George W. Bushís oily war machine. [An abbreviated version appeared in the Peak, SFU's Student Newspaper, on 03.17.03.]

  • Sweatshops

  • Fair Trade Organizations: Building a Global Counter-Hegemony that Supports Human Dignity [02.23.04]
    The fair trade movement has great potential to improve people's lives in the majority world, but it won't reform the systemic exploitation of global capitalism. Re-forming the WTO to enforce ILO conventions may do more for more people in the long run.
  • Transit

  • USA's Military Imperialism

  • Beheadings [05.12.04] Blog!
    In a world where w.Caesar drifts and ambles past proportional response, will revenge beheadings stop at one?

    The Saudis, Oil and Re-electing w.Caesar [05.10.04] Blog!
    Will w.Caesar's Saudi buddies follow through on their promise to increase oil production to decrease prices to spur the US economy to get w.Caesar re-elected?

    Why We Should REALLY Fear the United States of America [05.06.04] Blog!
    Why the United States opposes the International Criminal Court: to reserve the right to commit atrocities into the future.

    Rumsfeld Apologizes for Abuse of Iraqi Prisoners...No Wait, He Doesn't [05.05.04] Blog!
    Days before Rumsfeld actually apologizes and takes responsibility, a Pentagon press release first report him apologizing, then retract the claim. I guess they wanted to spin the apology more before setting it free.

    We are Securing Fallujah=We are Leaving Fallujah [04.29.04] Blog!
    w.Caesar doublespeak: we won't let the terrorists chase us out of Fallujah, the next day they leave Fallujah to Iraqi troops.

    The US Navy: Champions of Earth Day [04.23.04] Blog!
    The ecological footprint of the US Navy makes me shudder. I do not look to them to help me celebrate Earth Day.

    Parallels of US Unilateralism in Trade and Foreign Policy [03.08.04]
    As a fan of unilateral empire building, w.Caesar undermines global trade regimes and global security initiatives like the International Criminal Court.

    Forget the Tiger, There's a Hussein in Your Tank [12.14.03]
    Our complicity in the USA's perpetual support of Saddam Hussein, made more poignant by the regime's pompous boasting upon their success in capturing him.

    Donít Ignore Quiet Americans [03.05.03]
    A politically-oriented review of The Quiet American and The Recruit. The Quiet American is an extraordinarily important movie to see if youíre at all concerned about peace in the world and George W. Bushís oily war machine. [An abbreviated version appeared in the Peak, SFU's Student Newspaper, on 03.17.03.]

    Is George W. Bush a Moron or a Poet? [11.22.02]
    Wednesday this week: the big W comments on his status as a poet while Chretien's press secretary uses the word moron. Who's right? [This article also appears at Vancouver's IndyMedia Site.]

    Canadians Against Biological Weapons [11.18.02]
    While the big W is swimming in Iraqi bloodlust, Canadians, Australians and New Zealanders promote the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention as a vehicle for ridding the world of abhorrent weapons. [This article also appears at Vancouver's IndyMedia Site.]

  • Vancouver

  • Weapons of Mass Destruction [WMD's]

  • Why We Should REALLY Fear the United States of America [05.06.04] Blog!
    Why the United States opposes the International Criminal Court: to reserve the right to commit atrocities into the future.

    Armour Piercing without the Mushroom Cloud: Depleted Uranium is a Weapon of Mass Destruction [03.19.04]
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    Forget the Tiger, There's a Hussein in Your Tank [12.14.03]
    Our complicity in the USA's perpetual support of Saddam Hussein, made more poignant by the regime's pompous boasting upon their success in capturing him.

    Afghanistan, September 11, 2002 and Land Mines [11.28.02]
    Afghanistan signs the Ottawa Convention banning anti-personnel mines on September 11, 2002 while Iraq, Israel and the USA (and 46 others) still have not. [This article also appears at Vancouver's IndyMedia Site.]

    Canadians Against Biological Weapons [11.18.02]
    While the big W is swimming in Iraqi bloodlust, Canadians, Australians and New Zealanders promote the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention as a vehicle for ridding the world of abhorrent weapons. [This article also appears at Vancouver's IndyMedia Site.]

  • World Food Day

  • Frankenfood or Global Famine Solution: Addressing GMOs in Austria and New Zealand [11.20.03]
    Banning, labeling or promoting GMOs in Austria's context in the EU and in New Zealand's attempt to stay green.
    Links:
    People : Fair Trade : Documents : Media : Governments : NGOs : IGOs : Corporations

    People:

  • David Barsamian
  • Noam Chomsky
  • Gwynne Dyer
  • Robert Fisk
  • Arianna Huffington
  • Ian King
  • Naomi Klein
  • Dennis Kucinich
  • Robert McChesney
  • Linda McQuaig
  • George Monbiot
  • Michael Moore
  • Greg Palast
  • Michael Parenti
  • Jeremy Rifkin
  • Arundhati Roy
  • Brian Salmi
  • Amartya Sen
  • Harry Wu
  • Fair Trade:

  • Alore
  • Clean Clothes Campaign
  • European Fair Trade Association
  • Global Exchange
  • JustUs Coffee & Other Products
  • NoSweatApparel
  • Ousta
  • Oxfam
  • Ten Thousand Villages
  • Transfair
  • Documents:

  • British Columbia School Act
  • Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
  • EU Charter of Fundamental Freedoms
  • European Convention on Human Rights
  • UN Charter
  • UN Declaration of Human Rights
  • UN Declararation of the Rights of the Child
  • UN Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide
  • UN Covenant on Civil and Political Rights
  • US Declaration of Independence
  • US Constitution
  • US Bill of Rights
  • US Constitution - Additional Amendments
  • Media:

    .....The Good:
  • Air America Radio [USA]
  • Al Jezeera [Arab World]
  • All Africa News Network [Africa]
  • Alternet.org [International, Independent]
  • BC Politics.ca [BC, Independent]
  • Canadian Broadcasting Corporation [Canada]
  • Center for Media and Public Affairs [USA]
  • Columbia Journal [BC, Independent]
  • Disinfo.org [Alternative, Independent]
  • Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting
  • Georgia Straight [Vancouver, Independent]
  • The Guardian [UK, Non-Profit]
  • Guerilla News Network [International]
  • Have You Had Enough Yet? [BC, Independent, Satire]
  • The Hindu [India]
  • IndyMedia [International]
  • IndyMedia - India
  • IndyMedia - Nigeria
  • IndyMedia - Mumbai
  • IndyMedia - Vancouver
  • MediaChannel [International]
  • Media Matters [USA]
  • Monday Magazine [Victoria, Independent]
  • Mother Jones [USA, Independent]
  • The Nation [USA, Independent]
  • National Public Radio [USA, Pseudo-Public]
  • New Internationalist [International, Independent]
  • Nigeria Daily [Nigeria]
  • Nigeria Guardian [Nigeria]
  • PR Watch [USA]
  • The Progressive [International, Independent]
  • Public Radio International [USA, Pseudo-Public]
  • Rabble.ca [Independent, Canada]
  • The Republic [Vancouver, Independent]
  • Terminal City [Vancouver, Independent]
  • The Times of India [India]
  • The Tyee [BC, Independent]
  • Vancouver Courier [Vancouver, VanNet]
  • Westender [Vancouver]
  • ZNet [USA, Independent]
  • .....The Bad:
  • Canadian Television Network [Canada, Bell GlobeMedia]
  • The Globe and Mail [Canada, Bell GlobeMedia]
  • Media Research Center [USA]
  • National Post [Canada, CanWest]
  • The Province [Vancouver, CanWest]
  • Vancouver Sun [Vancouver, CanWest]
  • Victoria Times-Colonist [Victoria, CanWest]

  • Governments:

  • Vancouver
  • British Columbia Government
  • BC - News
  • BC - Premierís Office
  • BC - Premierís Office - News
  • BC - Education Ministry
  • Canadian Government
  • Canada - News
  • Canada - Prime Ministerís Office
  • Canada - Prime Ministerís Office - News
  • Canada - Canadian International Development Agency
  • Canada - CRTC
  • Canada - Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade
  • Canada - Canadian Centre for Foreign Policy Development
  • Canada - The International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development
  • Canada - International Development Research Centre
  • European Union
  • United Kingdom
  • United States
  • USA - White House
  • USA - Senate
  • USA - House of Representatives
  • USA - State Department
  • USA - Pentagon
  • USA - US Agency for International Development
  • NGOs [Non-Governmenal Organizations]:

    .....The Good:
  • American Empire Project
  • Arms Control Association
  • Aurora Institute
  • British Columbia Teachers' Federation
  • Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
  • CCPA - BC Chapter
  • Canadian Consortium for Human Security
  • Canadian Defense and Foreign Affairs Institute
  • Canadian Policy Research Networks
  • Center for Economic Policy Research [US]
  • Center for Responsive Politics [US]
  • Check Your Head
  • Clowns Without Borders
  • Cooperative Auto Network
  • Corporate Accountability Project
  • Corporate Watch [UK]
  • Corporate Watch [US]
  • Council of Canadians
  • Coalition of Progressive Electors [Vancouver]
  • Doctors Without Borders
  • Earth Institute at Columbia University
  • Fire This Time
  • GeneWatch
  • Genocide Watch
  • Global Trade Watch
  • Human Rights Watch
  • Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy
  • Institute for Policy Studies
  • Interhemispheric Resource Center
  • International Committee of the Red Cross
  • Judicial Watch
  • Killer Coke
  • National Labour Committee
  • Nuclear Policy Research Institute
  • Open Source Initiative
  • Organic Consumers Association
  • Participatory Economy Project
  • Peace Brigades International
  • Prevent Genocide International
  • Public Citizen
  • Transparency International
  • Union of International Associations
  • .....The Bad:
  • American Enterprise Institute
  • British Columbia College of Teachers
  • CD Howe Institute
  • Fraser Institute
  • Project for the New American Century
  • .....and The Capitalist
    Imperialism Feudalists:
  • World Economic Forum [WEF]
  • IGOs [Inter-Governmental Organizations]

    .....The Good:
  • African Union
  • International Criminal Court
  • United Nations
  • UN - General Assembly
  • UN - High Commissioner for Human Rights
  • UN - Security Council
  • .....The Bad:
  • Free Trade - Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation [APEC]
  • Free Trade - Association of South East Asian Nations [ASEAN]
  • Free Trade - Free Trade Area of the Americas [FTAA]
  • Free Trade - North American Free Trade Agreement [NAFTA]
  • Inter-American Development Bank
  • .....and The Demonic, Unholy Triumvirate Frontmen for Global Pillage and Greed:
  • International Monetary Fund [IMF]
  • World Bank [WB]
  • World Trade Organization [WTO]
  • Corporations

    .....The Good:
  • See Fair Trade Links above.
  • Moderne Burger
  • Montmartre Cafe
  • The Yes Men
  • .....The Bad:
  • Cargill
  • Coke
  • CoreBrand
  • Dow/Union Carbide
  • Just one anti-Dow/UC source
  • DuPont
  • Why DuPont sucks
  • McDonald's
  • McSpotlight
  • Monsanto
  • Just one anti-Monsanto site
  • Rand
  • The lawyers told me to say, "All above links are cool and worth exploring, but while I agree with the contents of many and despise the contents of some, I neither endorse nor am responsible for the contents of any."





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    International Committee of the Red Cross

    Amnesty International

    Doctors Without Borders

    No Sweat Apparel.com

    Rumsfeld and The Grinch?
    Separated at Birth?

    the Onion

    http://rtmark.com

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