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Hypocracy as a Way of Life
Extracts from Marimba Ani, Yorugu, 7 February 1995. A critique of the European ethical ethos. Within the nature of European culture there exists a statement of value or of moral behavior that has no meaning for the members of that culture.
The ‘Protocols of the Elders of Zion’
By Danny Keren, 30 October 1995. The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, the most notorious and most successful work of modern antisemitism, draws on popular antisemitic notions which have their roots in medieval Europe from the time of the Crusades.
Marx and Freud: special issue of NST
Abstracts of Vol. 8, no.1, August 1996.
A larger consciousness
By Howard Zinn, ZNet Commentary, 10 October 1999. The memory of the Jewish Holocaust should not be encircled by barbed wire, morally ghettoized, kept isolated from other genocides in history. It seemed to me that to remember what happened to Jews served no important purpose unless it aroused indignation, anger, action against all atrocities, anywhere in the world. Appended are critical comments by
In Europe, the Ordinary Takes a Frightening Turn
By T.R. Reid, Washington Post, Thursday 1 March 2001. The continent veers almost weekly from one health panic to the next. A biologist at the Helsinki Institute of Biotechnology attributes the culture of fear to carry-over from genuine health problems, trends in environmentalism, anti-Americanism and a pessimistic strain in the European psyche.
Generation Europe leaves Brits out
BBC News Online, Monday 26 March 2001. An increasingly European identity is emerging among the young people of Europe, but the Brits remain determined to be British. A new survey of 21- to 35-year-olds in Europe shows one third of young people see themselves as Europeans first and foremost.