The Blog and the Bullet

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Archive for May 13th, 2007

Marcos on Mexico/The Mex Files on Marcos

Posted by Jack Stephens on May 13, 2007

Richard Grabman writes:

It seems to me that Marcosistas (as opposed to the real Zapatistas, who are, like the original Zapata, just fighting for their own lands and traditional – i.e. reactionary – way of life) either romanticize Revolution, or are foreigners, who look foreward to Mexican unrest to provide them with an object lesson for their own pet theories – or entertainment. Much the same as American conservatives and the “war on drugs/terror” they expect the Mexicans to do the fighting and dying for their political theories.

Posted in Globalization, International, Marxism, Revolution | Leave a Comment »

Carnival of the Godless

Posted by Jack Stephens on May 13, 2007

Michael Klass hosts the blog carnival, Carnival of the Godless, on his blog Light Remembered (a photo blog).

Posted in Atheism, Carnival | Leave a Comment »

Looking for a Moral Leader? Sorry, He’s Busy Bashing Gays and Liberals

Posted by Jack Stephens on May 13, 2007

Wayne Besen blogs about Nigerian Anglican Bishop Peter J Akinola and the situation in Nigeria and the U. S. Episcopal Church:

Anglican Archbishop Peter J Akinola is perfectly situated to step in and fill this role. Not only is he a local powerbroker, he is also the leader of the largest province in the worldwide Anglican Church. This offers Akinola a unique international platform to draw attention to the electoral sabotage that is ripping apart the very soul of Nigeria.

But, instead of staying in Nigeria this week to bring his convulsing country together, he is flying to the comfy confines of Virginia to tear the Anglican Church apart. While his country is on the verge of a Constitutional conflagration, the Nigerian archbishop is burning with rage because in 2003 the Episcopal Church installed openly gay V. Gene Robinson as Bishop of New Hampshire.

Posted in Heterosexism, International, LGBTQI Issues | Leave a Comment »

Looking for a Moral Leader? Sorry, He’s Busy Bashing Gays and Liberals

Posted by Jack Stephens on May 13, 2007

Wayne Besen blogs about Nigerian Anglican Bishop Peter J Akinola and the situation in Nigeria and the U. S. Episcopal Church:

Anglican Archbishop Peter J Akinola is perfectly situated to step in and fill this role. Not only is he a local powerbroker, he is also the leader of the largest province in the worldwide Anglican Church. This offers Akinola a unique international platform to draw attention to the electoral sabotage that is ripping apart the very soul of Nigeria.

But, instead of staying in Nigeria this week to bring his convulsing country together, he is flying to the comfy confines of Virginia to tear the Anglican Church apart. While his country is on the verge of a Constitutional conflagration, the Nigerian archbishop is burning with rage because in 2003 the Episcopal Church installed openly gay V. Gene Robinson as Bishop of New Hampshire.

Posted in Heterosexism, International, LGBTQI Issues | Leave a Comment »

 
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