Does empire encourage untruthfulness, the rewriting of history and the crisis of language and community? Can the unipolar moment annul the multipolar reality? Does denial of interdependence plunge a nation into paralysis and repression competition? Is self-righteousness the grand delusion? The powerful, it is said, never make mistakes, only learning experiences. Translated from the German
Sr. Caryl Hartjes, Sister of St. Agnes, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, was one of 86 who on Nov. 17 walked onto Ft. Benning,GA, home of the notorious training school for terrorism, SOA/WHISC. With their actions, surrendering their freedom, the 86 hope to expose the consequences of the heinous institution and polices. 4 min (www.snowshoefilms.com).
On November 15, about eighty people called for the Immigration and
Naturalization Services (INS) to release Palestinian activist Amer
Jubran at an early-morning rally in front of the regional INS
headquarters in the John F. Kennedy Federal Building in downtown
Boston. [10 min, 48kbps MP3]
(May be freely rebroadcast by non-commercial stations without permission)