Adbusters, Issue 119: Manifesto for World Revolution, Part 2

AB119: Manifesto for global Revolution, half 2
(May/June 2015)

Adbusters #119 is our moment 160-page bombshell and the second one bankruptcy in our Manifesto for global Revolution sequence. right here, we holiday the shackles that experience held again the environmental move for a lot too long.

In half 2, we make a journey to a water hindrance in a single of the world’s megacities, learn a destiny with no Homo Sapiens and delve into skill and purposes for resistance. What occurs if we fail to behave now?

Award-winning essayist and writer Charles C. Mann explores the nation of our species.
student Bron Taylor asks: Do the ends justify the means?
John Michael Greer formulates a brand new future.
Clive Hamilton considers goals of escape.
Is there whatever left of yank democracy?
We take the 1st steps within the #BillionPeopleMarch.

In this sequence we’re blurring the road among notion and wrestle. We’re preparing for #worldrevolution: leaders needs to convey us a weather accord now, otherwise … face worldwide progressive fervor.

Come alongside for the trip.

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Gilligan points out that shame is the central motive for collective as well as individual violence, and that this can be documented throughout history. Nor is it only terrorist violence that is subject to the same motivations. Greg Boyle (2010), a Jesuit priest with a history of success in rehabilitation work with gang members in Los Angeles, also describes the same issues at work with recognizing where the violence of gang culture comes from and what is needed to eradicate it. He also situates gangs very squarely, not as a crime issue, but as a community health issue.

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