In these videos, Professor Haidar Eid discusses BDS and addresses the hypocrisy of white liberal ideology and promises of supposedly left wing organisations in the setting of late capitalism “which does not take into consideration the perspective of the Other”. “You do not wait for the coloniser to accept what you are saying, you force . . . → Read More if you dare: Haidar Eid on BDS, White Liberal Ideology & Colonialism
Musician and self-professed propagandist for Israel, Idan Raichel is scheduled to play in New York at the World Music Institute on November 18. More than 4000 individuals and 50 groups have called on the WMI for Raichel’s concert to be cancelled due to his role as a ‘cultural ambassador for Israel who provides “uncritical support . . . → Read More if you dare: BDS Attacked by the Deir Yassin Remembered
On the 23rd September, 2014, politics lecturer Dr Marcelo Svirsky from the University of Woollongong set off on foot for Canberra to bring a petition for boycott, divestment and sanctions of Israel 287 kilometres from concerned Australian citizens to the attention of Parliament. Federal Member for Fremantle, Melissa Parke took a principled position and broke . . . → Read More if you dare: Melissa Parke, MP Presents BDS Petition to the Australian Federal Parliament
From their burgeoning colonies in the outer solar system, the Zenoids inflicted a complete blockade on Earth. A fleet of these ancient feathered beings had arrived without warning six centuries ago searching for a vulnerable region to establish their arboreal colonies. With their leaders refusing on the grounds of self-defence to set clear borders, the . . . → Read More if you dare: Through a Cage Lightly … Icke is proved wrong
golden sheaves spread in school yard salt coast grown, resistant stems of native centuries warned from homes to wretched refuge without respite no shafts to freedom where none are safe threat of grass and budding seed shields real estate coveted by lawnmower men with tunnel vision of western pretexts, colonial deterrents to permanence, not never . . . → Read More if you dare: Children As Grass
Last week, Salif Keita announced his decision to cancel his performance at the Jerusalem Festival of Sacred Music, held at the Tower of David in Occupied East Jerusalem, and funded by the American Zionist Shusterman Foundation. That the festival was held at such a location where Occupied people are routinely imprisoned, tortured, killed and their . . . → Read More if you dare: What Does BDS Threaten and Who Really Makes Threats?
Despite both Kadaitcha and Electronic Intifada approaching Eric Burdon’s manager for substantiation, no evidence has emerged of any alleged ‘threats’ outlined by Burdon’s support band T-Slam in the Israeli media. Now, Burdon’s August 1 gig in apartheid Israel is back on his tour calendar. This further casts into doubt the reliability of these hearsay threats. . . . → Read More if you dare: Why Has Burdon Uncancelled His Date with Apartheid?