Tag Archives: Edward S. Herman

to serve somebody

Its an exercise of sociology imposed onto the political sphere and serves as a reflective mirror of the other participants in the liberal-democratic model that has come to permeate Western society; a model that is increasingly being subject to change, … Continue reading

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final sale: everything must go!

Just make sure you win the last game.Under new management. Oh yeah. Remember: nice guys finish last. Wailing not whining. Its called the wailing wall; a cry of anguish of the forsaken, and not a whining of the comfortable piqued … Continue reading

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little criminals: occupy modify commodify

The ingenious part of our system, our “culture” is its ability to absorb and renew the top twenty percent of the population. These newbies, if you could call them, what Pierre Vallieres might term the new “white niggers of America” … Continue reading

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banalities of evil

by Art Chantry ( art@artchantry.com ) this is such a boring photo. when maire ( mosco) handed me this image (she took the snap), i just looked at it blankly and wondered what the hell it was. it’s absolutely nothing … Continue reading

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No! Art: confrontations on betrayal

It was at the expense of good manners.Its an alternate method to engage oneself with memory. The burbling graphic images resurfaced later in etchings, paintings and collages like blood clots moving through hardened arteries. Alternating between the jarring and the … Continue reading

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The Banality of Forgiveness

His protagonist may be a sympathetic person, engaging, affable and charming; but he is also a murderer, an assasin and may even have enjoyed ┬áthe thrill of execution at the time the killings were carried out. Is this young man … Continue reading

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